Tour du Limousin: Matthieu Ladagnous has won the third stage

The winner of the third stage of the Tour du Limousin, was the cyclist of team, Matthieu Ladagnous. At the finish line in Chamboulive defeated Julien Simon (Sojasun) and Antonio Parrinello (Androni-Venezuela).

The next day competition during the French etapówki Tour du Limousin, cyclists had to overcome the distance of 183 kilometers in length, which ran from Ussac to Chamboulive. Like the two previous stages, also the lead after the third tight hilly terrain. On the route set out three mountain bonuses and the last one was situated in the end, the 1.5 km long, stiff uphill in Cote des Costes with a slope of 11.5%. Stage began much like the previous two. Riders from the start forced a high rate of driving, yet not daring to try lacked drive away from the peloton. Attacks and attempts to departure were many but only after driving several kilometers to a few people organized a group of riders who managed to pull away from the pack longer. Escape the advantage gained about 4 minutes but the peloton was not going to allow this group reunites to the finish.

Finally, a few kilometers to the finish, the flight was completely absorbed by the speeding peloton, which began distributing sprinters. The best job done FDJ team, which has distributed perfectly Matthieu Ladagnous who first crossed the line in Chamboulive. As the second finished Julien Simon (Sojasun) followed in third place was occupied by Antonio Parrinello (Androni – Venezuela).
Top of cyclists CCC Polsat Polkowice classified Jacek Morajko, who crossed the line in 45th site.

Hardships of today’s stage did not hold Grzegorz Stepniak, Thomas Kiendyś and Jaroslaw Marycz and withdrew from the race.