Javier Romo gets second place in a professional cycling stage in the year of his debut

Javier Romo is racing for Astana and is the current U23 Champion of Spain

The ex-triathlete Javier Romo yesterday got second place in the fourth stage of the Coppi e Bartali Week which ended in San Marino.

On the stage the victory went to Jonas Vingegaard in a tight sprint coming in ahead of Javier Romo and Australian Nick Schultz (BikeExchange).

In sixth place another Spaniard entered, Juan Ayuso (Colpack Ballan).

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BETTINI / End of the stage in the Coppi e Bartali Week

It is fourth in the general

After the fourth stage, Javier is fourth in the general classification, 14 seconds behind the leader Jonas Vingegaard

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General classification fourth stage Coppi e Bartali Week

Javier Romo at only 22 years old is already competing at a high level in professional cycling.

He decided to switch to cycling just a few months ago after leaving triathlon in the pandemic and making his debut in cycling winning the Spanish Championship.

Today, Saturday, the fifth and final stage is held, starting and finishing in Forli, with a route of 166,2 kilometers.

The stage will feature 7 climbs to the Rocca delle Caminate (3,5 km at 6,5%).

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