Lennard Kamna wins stage 4 at 2022 Giro d'Italia as Juan Pedro Lopez claims overall lead - Results

The German took the race's first mountain top-finish on Mt. Etna, Sicily, with 'Juanpe' Lopez moving into the lead of the general classification.

By Olympics.com

Lennard Kamna (BORA-hansgrohe) won the first mountain stage of the 2022 road cycling's Giro d'Italia atop Mount Etna on Tuesday (10 May).

The German rider took his second career victory in a Grand Tour as he edged Juan Pedro Lopez (Trek-Segafredo) a few metres from the finish line after the duo emerged from a 14-rider attack.

The Spaniard led for the majority of the final climb and was caught with just 2.6km to go but his performance saw him move into the lead of the GC.

"The feeling is absolutely amazing, one month ago I didn't expect it and I'm just so happy that it immediately worked out," said Kamna after his win.

Early into stage four Miguel Angel Lopez (Astana-Qazaqstan) abandoned the race due to a left hip injury, while another potential GC contender, Tom Dumoulin, was dropped on the final ascent, along with former winner Vincenzo Nibali.

On Wednesday (11 May) the Giro remains for the second day in Sicily with stage 5 from Catania to Messina.

Giro d'Italia: Stage 4 Results - Tuesday 10 May

  1. Lennard Kamna (Bora-hansgrohe) 4:32:11
  2. Juan Pedro Lopez (Trek-Segafredo) 0:00
  3. Rein Taaramae (Intermarche-Wanty-Gobert-Materiaux) +0:34
  4. Sylvain Moniquet (Lotto Soudal) +2:12
  5. Mauri Vansevenant (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team) +2:12

Giro d'Italia: General Classification standings after stage 4

  1. Juan Pedro Lopez (Trek-Segafredo) 14:17:07
  2. Lennard Kamna (Bora-hansgrohe) +0:39
  3. Rein Taaramae (Intermarche-Wanty-Gobert-Materiaux) +0:58
  4. Simon Yates (Team BikeExchange-Jayco) +1:42
  5. Mauri Vansevenant (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team) +1:47

Giro d'Italia race schedule in 2022

The 2022 Giro began on Friday 6th May 2022, and will conclude on 29th May.

6 May: Stage 1 - Budapest-Visegrad (195 km) - Won by Mathieu van der Poel, who claims overall lead.

7 May: Budapest-Budapest (Time trial, 9.2km) - Won by Simon Yates. Mathieu van der Poel remains overall leader.

8 May: Kaposvar-Belatonfured (201 km) - Won by Mark Cavendish. Mathieu van der Poel remains overall leader.

9 May: Rest day

10 May: Avola-Etna (166 km) - Won by Lennard Kamna, Juan Pedro Lopez claims overall lead.

11 May: Catania-Messina (172 km)

12 May: Palmi-Scalea (192 km)

13 May: Diamante-Potenza (198 km)

14 May: Napoli-Napoli (149 km)

15 May: Isernia-Blockhaus (187 km)

16 May: rest day

17 May: Pescara-Jesi (194 km)

18 May: Santarcangelo di Romagna-Reggio Emilia (201 km)

19 May: Parma-Genova (186 km)

20 May: Sanremo-Cuneo (157 km)

21 May: Santena-Torino (153 km)

22 May: Rivarolo Canavese-Cogne (177 km)

23 May: rest day

24 May: Salo-Aprica (193 km)

25 May: Ponte di Legno-Lavarone (165 km)

26 May: Borgo Valsugana-Treviso (146 km)

27 May: Marano Lagunare-Santuario di Castelmonte (178 km)

28 May: Belluno-Marmolada (Passo Fedala)

29 May: Verona-Verona (Time trial, 17.1km)

How to watch Giro d'Italia 2022

Every stage of the race is filmed and made available for live TV coverage and streaming via local broadcast partners in different regions.

In Europe, this is via Eurosport and Discovery+, with RAI Sport in Italy showing the coverage for viewers in the host nation. GCN+ in USA/Canada, SBS TV in Australia, and BeIN Sports are other major broadcasters offering television and livestream coverage.

Full details of broadcasting and race updates are also on the official giroditalia.it website.


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