APA-Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso) - French cyclist Médéric Clain won Sunday the 4th stage of the international tour of Faso run between Boussé and Ouahigouya (130km) ahead of the Eritrean Saymon Musie who seized the yellow jersey leader at the same time thanks to its bonuses in time.
The Frenchman completed the 130 km in 3h00mn29sec with a record average speed of 43.217km / h. The yellow jersey that was first awarded to the German Benjamin Stauder came 3rd to 5 seconds, was reassigned to the Eritrean Musie thanks to its bonuses.
After verification from the first stage, the Eritrean sprinter Musie traveled the 364 kilometers of the three stages was traveled with an average speed of 41.095 km / h to 1 second of his pursuer Stauder (Germany).
Yaya Diallo of Mali, however, showed good looks by winning the first two points of Arbole and Yako before the Eritrea Saymon Musie removed the last intermediate sprint of Gourcy.
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The 143 km long Yako-Ziniaré stage will be run tomorrow.
Eritrean, Saymon Musie
2017 » 30th Tour du Faso (2.2)
Stage 3 » Bousse › Ouahigouya (130k)