The G42 Stage presented by Tissot is a 9km Individual Time Trial in Ajman. The post-stage press conference will be live-streamed on the UAE Tour’s YouTube channel
H.H. Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Chairman of Ajman Tourism Development Department got today’s stage underway
Ajman, 22 February 2022 – Good morning from Stage 3, the G42 Stage presented by Tissot, of the fourth edition of the UAE Tour (20-26 February 2022), the one and only UCI WorldTour race in the Middle East, organised by Abu Dhabi Sports Council. The third stage features a 9km ITT entirely in the Emirate of Ajman on a very fast route.
The first rider to start was Artyom Zakharov (Astana Qazaqstan Team) at 14:15, the last one will be the Red Jersey Jasper Philipsen at 16:19.
Thanks to Velon’s rider data system, TV viewers and online users can see the riders’ wattage, speed, and cadence. The complete list of riders carrying Velon devices and onboard cameras on today’s stage is available here.
Ajman (14.15 – First rider to start): Sunny 23°C. Wind: moderate – 27kmh, E.
Ajman (circa 16.30 – Last rider to finish): Sunny 23°C. Wind: moderate – 23kmh, E.
1 – Jasper Philipsen (Alpecin-Fenix)
2 – Dmitrii Strakhov (Gazprom-Rusvelo) at 4″
3 – Mark Cavendish (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team) at 6″
Stage 3 – G42 Stage presented by Tissot – Ajman ITT (9km)
An individual time trial entirely in Ajman that features a very fast course characterised only by a U-turn about halfway along the route. The road is perfectly flat and wide with wide radius turns.
Wide turns, wide road, perfect pavement. Asphalt finish line.
The post-stage press conference will be live-streamed on the UAE Tour YouTube channel.
The UAE Tour International TV Schedule is available here.
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UAE TOUR PRESS ROOM
The media can download high resolution pictures of the race from the official online pressroom. In order to download the pictures, just go to http://pressroom.rcssport.it/ (username: press / password: press), select “Media”, then “Cycling”, then UAE Tour. The photos are free of charge for editorial use, as long as both the UAE Tour and the photographer’s name are credited.