Nélson Oliveira climbs to fourth place in the Tour of Italy

Yesterday, Tuesday, the fourth round of the Tour to Italy took place.
American Joe Dombrowski (UAE Emirates) won the fourth leg of the Tour of Italy by bicycle, ahead of Italian Alessandro de Marchi (Israel Start-Up Nation), second and new leader of the individual general.
Dombrowski, 29, avenged the escape, covering the 187 kilometers between Piacenza and Sestola in 4: 58.38 hours, and cut the goal 13 seconds apart for De Marchi, who ascends to the overall lead.
Italian Filippo Fiorelli (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè) was third, at 27, and Portuguese Nélson Oliveira (Movistar) closed in eighth, at 57.
In the general accounts, the Portuguese cyclist climbed to fourth place, 48 seconds from the new leader, who has Dombrowski as the closest pursuer, 22 seconds, with Belgian Louis Vervaeke (Alpecin-Fenix) in third place, 42.
João Almeida left the peloton at the end of the stage, losing several places in the overall classification.
Today is the fifth stage that connects Modena to Cattolica.