Mark Cavendish enjoys a profitable return to the Giro d’Italia after sprinting to victory on stage three in Hungary – with veteran powering to the entrance in first look on the grand tour since 2013
- Mark Cavendish was capable of maintain off Arnaud Demare and Fernando Gaviria
- His excellent victory got here on his first look on the grand tour since 2013
- Afterwards, he stated he was ‘very completely happy’ and hailed his crew’s profitable set-up
Mark Cavendish ensured a profitable return to the Giro d’Italia as he sprinted to victory on stage three in Hungary on Sunday.
Within the 36-year-old’s first look on the grand tour since 2013, he powered to the entrance with round 300 metres remaining and held off Arnaud Demare and Fernando Gaviria to take victory in Balatonfured.
‘I’m very completely happy,’ stated Cavendish. ‘My team-mates rode extremely nicely.
‘We had a set-up they usually delivered. I needed to go lengthy at 300m to go. I’m completely happy it labored nicely.’
Mark Cavendish loved a profitable Giro d’Italia return as he sprinted to win on stage three