Jose Manuel Diaz Gallego wins Cycling Tour of Turkey

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Spanish cyclist Jose Manuel Diaz Gallego of France’s Delko team won the 56th Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey on Sunday.

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Jose Manuel Diaz Gallego wins Cycling Tour of Turkey

26-year-old completes 8-stage 1244-kilometer tour in 29 hours, 19 minutes, 40 seconds

The 56th Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey finished with the last stage on the 160.3-kilometer (99.6-mile) Bodrum-Kusadası track.

Gallego, 26, completed the eight-stage 1244-kilometer (772-mile) tour in 29 hours, 19 minutes and 40 seconds.

Australian rider Jay Vine of the Alpecin-Fenix team from Belgium finished second, one second behind the winner, while Argentine cyclist Eduardo Sepulveda of Italy’s Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec team came in third, six seconds behind.

Deceuninck-Quick Step’s British cyclist Mark Cavendish was the winner of the last and eighth stage of the tour after finishing the race in three hours, 24 minutes and 38 seconds.

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