How Dylan Groenewegen beat Van Aert, Philipsen and Sagan to Stage 3 victory | Eurosport

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Eurosport’s Adam Blythe and Robbie McEwen examine how Dylan Groenewegen secured a dramatic Stage 3 victory at the 2022 Tour de France ahead of Wout van Aert, Jasper Philipsen and Peter Sagan.

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