Jai Hindley’s Giro d’Italia win opens new chapter for Bora-Hansgrohe in post-Sagan era

Wilco Kelderman greeted the end of his Giro d’Italia with considerable understatement. “It’s nice,” he smiled. “It was a really nice three weeks.” The Dutchman had just completed the final time trial in Verona, and now he awaited news of his Bora-Hansgrohe teammate Jai Hindley’s progress in the 17.4km test.

Two years ago, Kelderman was Hindley’s stablemate at Sunweb when the Australian was unsuccessfully defending the pink maglia on the final day in Milan. On that occasion, Kelderman ended the race third overall and nursing regrets of his own regarding the team’s strategy on the pivotal Stelvio stage.

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