Team Sky's Michal Kwiatkowski secures overall victory at Tirreno-Adriatico

Adam Yates won the fifth stage of Tirreno Adriatico in Filottrano on Sunday

Adam Yates won the fifth stage of Tirreno Adriatico in Filottrano on Sunday

The BMC Racing Team was hoping for overall success in Tirreno-Adriatico but, even though that didn't work out for the American squad, it was still celebrating at the end of the race. The Australian, who also won the closing time trial previous year, was four seconds faster than Jos van Emden and eight ahead of Jonathan Castroviejo.

"I wasn't coming to Tirreno-Adriatico for GC", said Dennis. Today, I was hopeful that I could repeat previous year or go a bit better. "It was tricky. I had to be careful but I had good feelings today and that's why I could finish so well". "I've had some heavy racing for two and half months".

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That saw him lose 34 seconds to Kwiatkowski, a time loss that would ultimately see him miss out on the overall victory as he finished in third place, just 32 seconds behind his team-mate.

Going into Tirreno-Adriatico as a big-name sprinter with no wins to his name and there was talk that Marcel Kittel's season was in crisis.

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Poland's Michal Kwiatkowski, center, victor of the Tirreno Adriatico cycling race, celebrates on the podium with second placed Damiano Caruso, left, and third placed Britain's Geraint Thomas, in San Benedetto del Tronto, Italy, Tuesday, March 13, 2018.

Richeze had got involved in the final sprint after Quick-Step Floors's main sprinter Fernando Gaviria got tangled up in a mass pile-up and was unable to regain contact with the leading bunch with Kittel perfectly positioned to make the most of the confusion. The Team Sky rider rose to the challenge, finishing one place behind teammate Chris Froome in 12th and giving up just 20 seconds to Dennis. "I'm very proud of the team".

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