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Santander Brasil Ride Bahia: "Queen Stage" with Hans Becking and José Dias win, recovering leader jersey

The fourth in seven stages was disputed this Wednesday morning in Guaratinga (BA), in the last day of camp. Next Thursday (11), the race has its longest stage, with more than 140 Km returing to Arraial d'Ajuda

10.11.2021  |  906 visualizações

A day to change the race GC. That is how one can define the "Queen Stage" in Santander Brasil Ride Bahia, this Wednesday in Guaratinga, BA. After leading for two stages, Sherman Trezza and Lukas Kaufmann (Ciclogiro Scott/Hoffmann Pedal Sport Team) did not have a good day and saw their almost two-minute lead turn into a gap of eight minutes behind Hans Becking (NLD) and José Dias (POR) , winners of the day in 4:15:49, who recovered their yellow jersey.

With the heavy rains on Tuesday (9), the local climate changed a lot. The course was muddy and the heat was much less than the previous three days. A favorable stage for Europeans Hans and José to stand out and set their pace from start to finish, passing the competition in the first half, on the hard 8 km climb of Alto do Cariri National Park, and increasing their slack in the lead with each kilometer. 

"It was a completely different 'Queen Stage' comparing with the last few years. I’m lucky I have a very strong partner, just like yesterday. José picked up the pace again, the whole race. He definitely deserves to be wearing the leader's shirt. I just had the job of staying on his wheel. It was a hard day for me. Tomorrow (Thursday) we will finally return to the beach", celebrated Hans Becking.

"We knew that it would be a new 'Queen Stage', with a very hard climb in the middle of the stage. And we were aware that this was the day to retrieve the yellow shirt. We chose to set the pace from the start, which would be our strategy to ensure victory. Luckily we did it after a hard and difficult day. I hope that all cyclists manage to complete this stage, due to all its difficulty, that everything goes well and tomorrow we return to the beach", evaluated José. "It was very difficult to get to the top of Alto do Cariri Park, but there the view was extremely beautiful and rewarding," he added. 

Online and real-time ranking - All stages of Santander Brasil Ride Bahia are available in real time online, available on the event's website. Each day, the ascension and feed zones of the stages are made available. To access the result, just see the website - www.brasilride.com.br/live - and click All the Results. In the page you can follow the riders times at key points, and know their general stand or by category. At the end of the race, the classification of the day and the accumulated times are also available.

Germans reduce difference in women’s elite - The fourth stage of Santander Brasil Ride Bahia was very positive for the German cyclists Naima Diesner and Anna Jördens (9th Wave Cycling Doctore Bike). Diesner and Jördens managed to reduce the gap behind leaders Marcella Toldi and Lutecia Azevedo (4Fun Bike Center Team) from 34 to 16 minutes, finishing 18 minutes ahead of the opponents. Diesner and Jördens finished the course in 5h37min48, against 5h55min51 by the Brazilian women.

"It was a really cool stage, with a very technical climb. At one point it was quite hot, so we tried to hydrate ourselves well. We pushed a lot, we suffered together, so it was great. Now it’s time to rest, we need to eat well and prepare for stage 5", said Diesner. "At first I didn't feel well, because it was hot, although not like the days before. It was only on the third feed zone, where I had some Coca Cola, that I started to feel well From there, we pushed all the way to the end," commented Jördens.

Live Streaming – The Brasil Ride Stage News will be streaming every evening with all you need to know about the competition, day by day. There will be eight shows, from Saturday (6) to Saturday (13). Check out the daily schedule of the show, which will be broadcast on Brasil Ride’ YouTube and Facebook:

Thursday – 11/11 – 8 pm
Friday – 11/12 – 7pm
Saturday – 11/13 – 9 pm

*Local time (Brasília)

Top 5 stage

Elite masculina:
1 - Hans Becking (NED) and José Dias (POR) - 4h15min49
2 - Edson Rezende and Ulan Galinski - 4h21min16
3 - Gustavo Xavier and Alex Malacarne - 4h21min17
4 - Sherman Trezza and Lukas Kaufmann - 4h25min45
5 - Andrews Henriques (POR) and Filipe Francisco (POR) - 4h32min01 

Elite feminina: 
1 - Naima Diesner (GER) and Anna Jördens (GER) - 5h37min48
2 - Marcella Toldi and Lutecia Azevedo - 5h55min51
3 - Aline Olmedo and Lucinéia Brunetta - 7h24min18
4 - Laianna Lacerda and Natalia Radatz - 7h57min19
5 - Ada Pires and Raissa Zortea - 8h03min34

Top 5 accumulated

Elite masculina:
1 - Hans Becking (NED) and José Dias (POR) - 12h42min44
2 - Sherman Trezza and Lukas Kaufmann - 12h50min51
3 - Edson Rezende and Ulan Galinski - 13h01min47
4 - Gustavo Xavier and Alex Malacarne - 13h06min00
5 - Andrew Henriques (POR) and Filipe Francisco (POR) - 13h06min20

Elite feminina:
1 - Marcella Toldi and Lutecia Azevedo - 17h04min22
2 - Naima Diesner (GER) and Anna Jördens (GER) - 17h20min37
3 - Aline Olmedo and Lucinéia Brunetta - 21h15min11
4 - Ada Pires and Raissa Zortea - 23h51min35
5 - Laianna Lacerda and Natalia Radatz - 24h36min06

The Ministry of Citizenship and the Special Secretariat for Sports present Santander Brasil Ride Bahia, through the Sports Incentive Law. The event, which reaches its 11th edition in 2021, is sponsored by the Government of Bahia, through SETRE (Department of Labor, Income, Employment and Sports), Santander, Specialized, Jeep, Shimano and Unidas. Also the support of Continental, Full Gas, HB, Garmin, RedBull, Spot, Squirt, Thule, in addition to having the municipalities of Porto Seguro and Guaratinga and Instituto Brasil Ride as institutional supporters of the event.

The 7 stages of the ultramarathon:
5th stage, on November 11 – 143 km and 2,336 m accumulated ascension from Guaratinga to Arraial
6th stage, on November 12 – 31.7 km and 564 m accumulated ascension in Arraial d'Ajuda
7th stage, on November 13 – 46.7 km and 548 m accumulated ascension in Arraial d'Ajuda

Santander Brasil Ride: More than a race, a stage in your life.

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  • José and Hans in the last km
    (Nicolas Ferri / Santander Brasil Ride)

  • Hans Becking and Jose Dias after the race
    (Wladimir Togumi / Santander Brasil Ride)

  • Women's podium
    (Wladimir Togumi / Santander Brasil Ride)

  • Naima Diesner
    (Marcelo Maragni / Santander Brasil Ride)

  • The start in the village
    (Mario Jordany / Santander Brasil Ride)

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