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Kelly’s Scott Zwizanski takes the lead at Beauce

Scott Zwizanski (Kelly Benefit Strategies) took over the lead of the Tour de Beauceon Friday, after winning the stage 4 20km time trial. It was a battle of the Z's as Zwizanski took a narrow stage victory over Fly V Australia's Phil Zajicek, who put up the fastest time for awhile, before Zwizanski came in 26 seconds faster. Trek-Livestrong's young New Zealander, Jessie Sergent, was third. Overnight race leader Sergio Luis Henao of the Colombia national team was 21st at 1:42 behind Zwizanski and fell to second on the GC, at 1:03 behind. His teammate, Darwin Atapuma, is third.

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Scott Zwizanski (Kelly Benefit Strategies) took over the lead of the Tour de Beauceon Friday, after winning the stage 4 20km time trial.

It was a battle of the Z’s as Zwizanski took a narrow stage victory over Fly V Australia’s Phil Zajicek, who put up the fastest time for awhile, before Zwizanski came in 26 seconds faster.

Trek-Livestrong’s young New Zealander, Jessie Sergent, was third.

Overnight race leader Sergio Luis Henao of the Colombia national team was 21st at 1:42 behind Zwizanski and fell to second on the GC, at 1:03 behind. His teammate, Darwin Atapuma, is third.

Click for full results (.pdf file).

In stage 4b, the 60km Ville Saint-Georges criterium, Matthew Cronshaw (Rapha Condor) took the win over Charles Dionne (Fly V Australia) with Raymond Kreder (Felt-Holowesko) third.

Results

Click for full results (.pdf file).