Peter Sagan using De Panne as a training ride
Peter Sagan (Cannondale) has struck again - this time in the opening stage of Three Days of De Panne in Belgium, where a photo finish had to decide the win between him and Arnaud Demare (FDJ). Sagan won by the tread of his front tyre.
Peter Sagan (Cannondale) collected a win in today's stage of the Three Days of De Panne, which he considered a training ride towards the Tour of Flanders.
"I'll see tomorrow how it'll go. Last year, I was able to win the first stage and on the second day it didn't go so well. I think to win the GC, with the third day and going all out in the crono would be throwing away too much energy for Flanders," Sagan said in a press conference after his win in Zottegem.
"We'll see tomorrow how it goes; however, I think it was more about good training today rather than a true race."
Wednesday's second stage takes the riders from Middelkerke to Zottegem over 204.2km. The race concludes on Thursday with the final two stages, a 109.7km road stage followed by a 14.75km individual time trial.
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