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12 August 2020 18:50

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Image 1 of 23 George Bennett makes his winning move, dropping Gianni Moscon (Image credit: Getty Images Sport) Image 2 of 23 Gran Piemonte 2020 trophy in hand for George Bennett of Jumbo-Visma (Image credit: Getty Images Sport) Image 3 of 23 George Bennett of Jumbo-Visma beats Diego Ulissi of UAE Team Emirates for stage 1 win (Image credit: Getty Images Sport) Image 4 of 23 George Bennett in the rain in final metres of sprint win on stage 1 (Image credit: Getty Sport Images) Image 5 of 23 George Bennett of Jumbo-Visma breaks out of group on final climb (Image credit: Getty Images Sport) Image 6 of 23 Gran Piemonte 2020 (Image credit: Bettini Images) Image 7 of 23 Fans at the start of Gran Piemonte (Image credit: Bettini Images) Image 8 of 23 Mathieu van der Poel at Gran Piemonte (Image credit: Bettini Images) Image 9 of 23 Vincenzo Nibali and Trek-Segafredo Gran Piemonte (Image credit: Bettini Images) Image 10 of 23 UAE Team Emirates at Gran Piemonte (Image credit: Bettini Images) Image 11 of 23 The peloton line up to start Gran Piemonte (Image credit: Bettini Images) Image 12 of 23 Gran Piemonte 2020 (Image credit: Bettini Images) Image 13 of 23 Scenery along 187km route of Gran Piemonte 2020 (Image credit: Bettini Photo) Image 14 of 23 2020 Gran Piemonte rolling through verdant hills of the Langhe (Image credit: Bettini Photo) Image 15 of 23 2020 Gran Piemonte included stunning visuals (Image credit: Bettini Images) Image 16 of 23 Break of three riders on final lap with 44km to go at Gran Piemonte (Image credit: Getty Images Sport) Image 17 of 23 Threesome had more than two minutes over chasers with 50km to go (Image credit: Getty Images Sport) Image 18 of 23 Callum Scotson of Team Mitchelton-Scott was in original break and stopped due cramps (Image credit: Getty Images Sport) Image 19 of 23 Trek-Segafredo captain Vincenzo Nibali during 187km race (Image credit: Getty Images Sport) Image 20 of 23 Joey Rosskopf of CCC Team at start of break (Image credit: Getty Images Sport) Image 21 of 23 Mikkel Frolich Honore of Team Deceuninck - Quick-Step in the break during the 104th Giro del Piemonte 2020 (Image credit: Getty Images Sport) Image 22 of 23 (Image credit: Getty Images Sport) Image 23 of 23 Langhe vineyards along Gran Piemonte course (Image credit: Bettini Photo) George Bennett gave Jumbo-Visma yet another victory, winning the one-day Gran Piemonte race in Italy with a perfectly-timed attack on the final climb through the Langhe vineyards. The Kiwi opened a gap on the climb and descent and then held off the chasers as the skies opened and the rain poured on the race. Diego Ulissi (UAE Team Emirates) made a very late charge and closed the gap on Bennett on the climb to the finish but Bennett dug deep to win by five metres. Mathieu van der Poel (Alpecin-Fenix) won the sprint for a third ahead of a small group of chasers. More to come!

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George Bennett of Jumbo-Visma finally won a one-day race as he emerged victorious at the Gran Piemonte. The New Zealand rider hit the front with 7km to go and never let go of it, holding off Gianni Moscon as they climbed La Morra. Cycling Cycling-UCI cancels Road World Championships in Switzerland due to COVID-19 2 HOURS AGO Mathieu van der Poel made an effort to close in, getting past the Italian but not able to overtake Bennett. He was under pressure in the final metres as the chasing pack closed in on him, but he got over the line just ahead of Diego Ulissi of UAE Team Emirates in second place. It was the second win of Bennett's professional career after the general classification of the Tour of California three years ago.

"I only had two days left this season where I could ride for myself; today and Saturday, and then I go back to being a domestique," the 30-year-old said afterwards. "On our team, we have the best riders in the world, so I had an opportunity now, on this team, and I really had to take it. I'm really happy that I could do it today. I told the boys that I wanted to try and they really did a wonderful job. I'm really happy." Play Icon Critérium du Dauphiné Chris Froome dropped towards the end of race 2 HOURS AGO