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with the complete classifications after the third stage of the Tour de Taiwan 2023, of 154.5 kilometers and contested this Tuesday, March 14, between the towns of Hsinchu and Taichung.

The stage triumph was taken by the Belgian cyclist Tijl de Decker (Lotto-Dstny). The Netherlands’ Raymond Kreder (JCL-Ukyo) remained at the top of the individual general classification.

Tour de Taiwn 2023 standings – Stage 3

Classification of the stage:

1. Tijl de Decker (BEL/Lotto-Dstny) – 3:46:18
2. Enrico Zanoncello (ITA/Green Project-Bardiani CSF) – mt
3. Raymond Kreder (NED/JCL-Ukyo) – mt
4. Chun Kai Feng (TPE/Sel. of Taiwan) – mt
5. Jeroen Meijers (NED/Terengganu Polygon) – mt
6. Filippo Fortin (ITA/Maloja Pushbikers) – mt
7. Haiat Okamoto (JPN/Aisan Racing) – mt
8. Ratchanon Yaowarat (THA/Sel. of Thailand) – mt
9. Umberto Poli (ITA/Novo Nordisk) – mt
10. Tom Wirtgen (LUX/Global 6) – mt
11. Andrey Remkhe (KAZ/Astana Dev.) – mt
12. Jordi Lpez (ESP/Kern Pharma) – mt
13. Giacomo Ballabio (ITA/Global 6) – mt
14. Keigo Kusaba (JPN/Aisan Racing) – mt
15. Ivn Cobo (ESP/Kern Pharma) – mt
16. Riccardo Verza (ITA/Hrinkow Advarics) – mt
17. Thanakhan Chaiyasombat (THA/Sel. of Thailand) – mt
18. Sarawut Sirironnachai (THA/Sel. of Thailand) – mt
19. Travis Barrett (RSA/Sel. of South Africa) – mt
20. Woo-ho Jung (KOR/Seoul Cycling) – mt
21. Sergio Tu (TWN/Sel. de Taiwn) – mt
22. Mathijs Paasschens (NED/Lotto-Dstny) – mt
23. Fergus Browning (AUS/Trinity Racing) – mt
24. Alex Tolio (ITA/Green Project-Bardiani CSF) – mt
25. Callum Ormiston (RSA/Global 6) – mt
26. Omar El Gouzi (ITA/Green Project-Bardiani CSF) – mt
27. Eduardo Seplveda (ARG/Lotto-Dstny) – mt
28. Carter Bettles (AUS/Victoire Hiroshima) – mt
29. Masaki Yamamoto (JPN/JCL-Ukyo) – mt
30. Patrick Reibig (GER/Maloja Pushbikers) – mt
31. Benjamin Prades (ESP/JCL-Ukyo) – mt
32. Jonas Rapp (GER/Hrinkow Advarics) – mt
33. Jambaljamts Sainbayar (MNG/Terengganu Polygon) – mt
34. Mart Mrquez (ESP/Kern Pharma) – mt
35. Martin Marcellusi (ITA/Green Project-Bardiani CSF) – mt
36. David Lozano (ESP/Novo Nordisk) – mt
37. Ivn Moreno (ESP/Global 6) – mt
38. Benjamin Dyball (AUS/Victoire Hiroshima) – mt
39. Brendon Davids (RSA/Catxa x Parell Kp) – mt
40. Giulio Pellizzari (ITA/Green Project-Bardiani CSF) – mt
41. Drew Morey (AUS/Kinan Cycling) – mt
42. Harold M. Lopez (ECU/Astana Dev.) – mt
43. Jesse Ewart (AUS/Terengganu Polygon) – mt
44. Anatoliy Budyak (UKR/Terengganu Polygon) – mt
45. Masahiro Ishigami (JPN/Aisan Racing) – mt
46. ​​Milan Paulus (BEL/Lotto-Dstny) – mt
47. Thomas Lebas (FRA/Kinan Cycling) – mt
48. Camilo Andrés Gmez (COL/Trinity Racing) – mt
49. Yuma Koishi (JPN/JCL-Ukyo) – mt
50. Jack Aitken (AUS/St George) – mt
51. Sam Brand (GBR/Novo Nordisk) – mt
52. Ryan Cavanagh (AUS/Kinan Cycling) – mt
53. Liam Johnston (AUS/Trinity Racing) – mt
54. Michael Konczer (AUT/Hrinkow Advarics) – mt
55. Peerapol Chawchiangkwang (THA/Sel. of Thailand) – mt
56. Brandon Downes (RSA/Sel. of South Africa) – mt
57. Jago Willems (BEL/Lotto-Dstny) – mt
58. Daniil Pronskiy (KAZ/Astana Dev.) – mt
59. Jaka Primozic (SLO/Hrinkow Advarics) – mt
60. Lionel Mawditt (AUS/St George) – mt
61. Wan Yau Vincent Lau (HKG/Hong Kong Sel.) at 2:26
62. William Smith (GBR/Trinity Racing) in 5:21
63. Hamish Beadle (NZL/Novo Nordisk) at 5:21
64. Yuzuru Suzuki (JPN/Aisan Racing) at 8:26
65. Shotaro Watanabe (JPN/Aisan Racing) at 8:26
66. Urko Berrade (ESP/Kern Pharma) at 8:26
67. Mikel Retegi (ESP/Kern Pharma) at 8:26
68. Alexander Vinokurov (KAZ/Astana Dev.) at 10:17
69. Hyoungjun Bae (KOR/Seoul Cycling) at 10:17
70. Keisuke Rosteixo (JPN/Victoire Hiroshima) at 10:17
71. Chih Sheng Chang (TWN/Taiwn Sel.) at 10:17
72. Daiki Magosaki (JPN/Kinan Cycling) at 10:17
73. Shao Hsuan Lu (TWN/Taiwan Sel.) at 10:17
74. Ji-Hun Kim (KOR/Seoul Cycling) at 10:17
75. Campbell Pithie (NZL/St George) at 10:17
76. Felix James Meo (NZL/Maloja Pushbikers) at 10:17
77. Rench Michael Bondoc (PHL/7. Eleven Cliqq) at 10:17
78. Cameron Ivory (AUS/St George) at 10:17
79. Philip Weber (GER/Maloja Pushbikers) at 10:17
80. Filippo Ridolfo (ITA/Novo Nordisk) at 10:17
81. Stefan Kovar (AUT/Hrinkow Advarics) at 15:46
82. Gabriel Muller (FRA/Global 6) at 15:46
83. Marcelo Felipe (PHL/7. Eleven Cliqq) at 15:46
84. Jason Eggett (RSA/Sel. of South Africa) at 15:46
85. Tobias Risan Nakken (NOR/Trinity Racing) at 15:46
86. Manabu Ishibashi (JPN/JCL-Ukyo) at 15:46
87. Hoonmin Jun (KOR/Seoul Cycling) at 15:46
88. Taishi Miyazaki (JPN/Kinan Cycling) at 15:46
89. Josh Rheeders (RSA/Sel. of South Africa) at 15:46
90. Nick Kergozou De La Boessiere (NZL/St George) at 17:44
91. A Chieh Liu (TWN/Taiwn Sel.) at 17:44
92. Kurt Eather (AUS/Catxa x Pair Kp) v
93. Irwandie Lakasek (MYS/Terengganu Polygon) at 17:44
94. Roy Eefting-Bloem (NED/Maloja Pushbikers) at 17:44
95. Bentley Niquet-Olden (AUS/Catxa x Pair Kp) at 17:44

Out of Control: Ismael Jr. Grospe (PHL/7. Eleven Cliqq)

Don’t finish: John Salazar (PHL/7. Eleven Cliqq)
Does not finish: Kyeongho Min (KOR/Seoul Cycling)
Does not finish: Liam White (AUS/Caxa x Pair Kp)
Does not finish: Nicolas Vinokurov (KAZ/Astana Dev.)
Does not finish: Sum Lui Ng (HKG/Hong Kong Sel.)
Doesn’t finish: Damon Fouche (RSA/Sel. of South Africa)
Does not finish: Takuya Nakata (JPN/Victoire Hiroshima)
Does not finish: Kai Kwong Tso (HKG/Hong Kong Sel.)
Did not finish: Warut Paekrathok (THA/Sel. of Thailand)
Does not finish: Leonel Quintero (VEN/Victoire Hiroshima)
Don’t finish: Nichol Blanca Parella (PHL/7. Eleven Cliqq)
Does not finish: King Hung Liang (HKG/Hong Kong Sel.)
Does not finish: William Heffernan (AUS/Caxa x Parell Kp)

General classification:

1. Raymond Kreder (NED/JCL-Ukyo) – 8:25:59
2. Jordi Lpez (ESP/Kern Pharma) at 0:06
3. Benjamn Prades (ESP/JCL-Ukyo) at 0:12
4. Enrico Zanoncello (ITA/Green Project-Bardiani CSF) at 0:13
5. Drew Morey (AUS/Kinan Cycling) in 0:13
6. Jeroen Meijers (NED/Terengganu Polygon) at 0:15
7. Thanakhan Chaiyasombat (THA/Sel. of Thailand) at 0:16
8. Jack Aitken (AUS/St George) at 0:17
9. Camilo Andrés Gmez (COL/Trinity Racing) at 0:18
10. Giacomo Ballabio (ITA/Global 6) at 0:19
11. Tom Wirtgen (LUX/Global 6) at 0:19
12. Riccardo Verza (ITA/Hrinkow Advarics) at 0:19
13. Andrey Remkhe (KAZ/Astana Dev.) at 0:19
14. Sarawut Sirironnachai (THA/Sel. of Thailand) at 0:19
15. Keigo Kusaba (JPN/Aisan Racing) at 0:19
16. Patrick Reibig (GER/Maloja Pushbikers) at 0:19
17. Jambaljamts Sainbayar (MNG/Terengganu Polygon) at 0:19
18. Eduardo Seplveda (ARG/Lotto-Dstny) at 0:19
19. Carter Bettles (AUS/Victoire Hiroshima) at 0:19
20. Jonas Rapp (GER/Hrinkow Advarics) at 0:19
21. Masaki Yamamoto (JPN/JCL-Ukyo) at 0:19
22. David Lozano (ESP/Novo Nordisk) at 0:19
23. Ivn Cobo (ESP/Kern Pharma) at 0:19
24. Callum Ormiston (RSA/Global 6) at 0:19
25. Harold M. Lopez (ECU/Astana Dev.) at 0:19
26. Jaka Primozic (SLO/Hrinkow Advarics) at 0:19
27. Alex Tolio (ITA/Green Project-Bardiani CSF) at 0:19
28. Mathijs Paasschens (NED/Lotto-Dstny) at 0:19
29. Thomas Lebas (FRA/Kinan Cycling) at 0:19
30. Fergus Browning (AUS/Trinity Racing) at 0:19
31. Mart Mrquez (ESP/Kern Pharma) at 0:19
32. Ivn Moreno (ESP/Global 6) at 0:19
33. Benjamin Dyball (AUS/Victoire Hiroshima) at 0:19
34. Masahiro Ishigami (JPN/Aisan Racing) at 0:19
35. Daniil Pronskiy (KAZ/Astana Dev.) at 0:19
36. Giulio Pellizzari (ITA/Green Project-Bardiani CSF) at 0:19
37. Ryan Cavanagh (AUS/Kinan Cycling) at 0:19
38. Yuma Koishi (JPN/JCL-Ukyo) at 0:19
39. Anatoliy Budyak (UKR/Terengganu Polygon) at 0:19
40. Martin Marcellusi (ITA/Green Project-Bardiani CSF) at 0:19
41. Jesse Ewart (AUS/Terengganu Polygon) in 0:32
42. Travis Barrett (RSA/Sel. of South Africa) at 0:34
43. Woo-ho Jung (KOR/Seoul Cycling) at 0:40
44. Omar El Gouzi (ITA/Green Project-Bardiani CSF) at 0:40
45. Jago Willems (BEL/Lotto-Dstny) at 0:40
46. ​​Brandon Downes (RSA/Sel. of South Africa) at 0:40
47. Peerapol Chawchiangkwang (THA/Sel. of Thailand) at 0:40
48. Michael Konczer (AUT/Hrinkow Advarics) at 0:40
49. Liam Johnston (AUS/Trinity Racing) at 0:48
50. Sergio Tu (TWN/Taiwn Sel.) at 1:01
51. Umberto Poli (ITA/Novo Nordisk) at 1:13
52. Haiato Okamoto (JPN/Aisan Racing) at 1:19
53. Ratchanon Yaowarat (THA/Sel. of Thailand) at 1:38
54. Filippo Fortin (ITA/Maloja Pushbikers) at 3:06
55. Milan Paulus (BEL/Lotto-Dstny) at 3:10
56. Wan Yau Vincent Lau (HKG/Hong Kong Sel.) at 4:02
57. William Smith (GBR/Trinity Racing) at 5:40
58. Brendon Davids (RSA/Catxa x Parell Kp) at 6:54
59. Yuzuru Suzuki (JPN/Aisan Racing) at 8:45
60. Shotaro Watanabe (JPN/Aisan Racing) at 8:45
61. Tijl de Decker (BEL/Lotto-Dstny) at 8:58
62. Chun Kai Feng (TPE/Taiwan Sel.) at 9:09
63. Sam Brand (GBR/Novo Nordisk) at 9:09
64. Lionel Mawditt (AUS/St George) at 9:09
65. Filippo Ridolfo (ITA/Novo Nordisk) at 10:32
66. Alexander Vinokurov (KAZ/Astana Dev.) at 10:57
67. Cameron Ivory (AUS/St George) at 10:57
68. Keisuke Rosteixo (JPN/Victoire Hiroshima) at 11:30
69. Campbell Pithie (NZL/St George) at 11:33
70. Rench Michael Bondoc (PHL/7. Eleven Cliqq) at 11:38
71. Daiki Magosaki (JPN/Kinan Cycling) at 12:58
72. Mikel Retegi (ESP/Kern Pharma) at 12:58
73. Ji-Hun Kim (KOR/Seoul Cycling) at 13:52
74. Hamish Beadle (NZL/Novo Nordisk) at 14:30
75. Marcelo Felipe (PHL/7. Eleven Cliqq) at 16:40
76. Urko Berrade (ESP/Kern Pharma) at 17:39
77. Taishi Miyazaki (JPN/Kinan Cycling) at 18:15
78. Shao Hsuan Lu (TWN/Taiwn Sel.) at 19:25
79. Hyoungjun Bae (KOR/Seoul Cycling) at 19:26
80. Chih Sheng Chang (TWN/Taiwn Sel.) at 19:26
81. Felix James Meo (NZL/Maloja Pushbikers) at 19:52
82. Philip Weber (GER/Maloja Pushbikers) at 19:52
83. Tobias Risan Nakken (NOR/Trinity Racing) at 22:48
84. Josh Rheeders (RSA/Sel. of South Africa) at 22:48
85. Jason Eggett (RSA/Sel. of South Africa) at 22:48
86. Hoonmin Jun (KOR/Seoul Cycling) at 24:14
87. Stefan Kovar (AUT/Hrinkow Advarics) at 24:55
88. Manabu Ishibashi (JPN/JCL-Ukyo) at 24:59
89. Roy Eefting-Bloem (NED/Maloja Pushbikers) at 26:43
90. Bentley Niquet-Olden (AUS/Catxa x Pair Kp) at 26:52
91. Nick Kergozou De La Boessiere (NZL/St George) in 26:53
92. A Chieh Liu (TWN/Taiwn Sel.) at 26:53
93. Irwandie Lakasek (MYS/Terengganu Polygon) at 26:53
94. Gabriel Muller (FRA/Global 6) at 27:28
95. Kurt Eather (AUS/Catxa x Pair Kp) in 33:31

General classification Points (Top-10):

1. Tijl de Decker (BEL/Lotto-Dstny) – 27
2. Raymond Kreder (NED/JCL-Ukyo) – 27
3. Enrico Zanoncello (ITA/Green Project-Bardiani CSF) – 26
4. Filippo Fortin (ITA/Maloja Pushbikers) – 23
5. Chun Kai Feng (TPE/Sel. of Taiwan) – 18
6. Hayato Okamoto (JPN/Aisan Racing) – 17
7. Roy Eefting-Bloem (NED/Maloja Pushbikers) – 16
8. Jesse Ewart (AUS/Terengganu Polygon) – 14
9. Jeroen Meijers (NED/Terengganu Polygon) – 14
10. Giacomo Ballabio (ITA/Global 6) – 13

General Mountain classification (Top–10):

1. Jack Aitken (AUS/St George) – 20
2. Jordi Lpez (ESP/Kern Pharma) – 15
3. Camilo Andrés Gmez (COL/Trinity Racing) – 15
4. Hoonmin Jun (KOR/Seoul Cycling) – 14
5. Martin Marcellusi (ITA/Green Project-Bardiani CSF) – 12
6. Raymond Kreder (NED/JCL-Ukyo) – 12
7. Jesse Ewart (AUS/Terengganu Polygon) – 12
8. Benjamin Prades (ESP/JCL-Ukyo) – 10
9. Brendon Davids (RSA/Catxa x Parell Kp) – 10
10. Jeroen Meijers (NED/Terengganu Polygon) – 8

General classification Juniors (Top-10):

1. JCL-Ukyo – 25:18:48
2. Kern Pharma at 0:03
3. Terengganu Polygon – at 0:03
4. Global 6 at 0:06
5. Aisan Racing – at 0:06
6. Green Project-Bardiani CSF at 0:06
7. Hrinkow Advarics at 0:06
8. Kinan Cycling at 0:06
9. Astana Dev. at 0:06
10. Trinity Racing at 0:06

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  1. Wow, who wouldve thought stage 3 of Tour de Taiwan would be so intense! Cant wait for the complete classifications!

    • I know, right? The Tour de Taiwan always brings the heat! Its all about the thrill and competition. Cant wait to see who comes out on top and leaves their mark on the classifications. Exciting times ahead!

  2. Wow, did you see that crazy crash in stage 3? Definitely added some unexpected excitement to the Tour de Taiwan!

  3. Wow, cant believe stage 3 of Tour de Taiwan 2023 already got everyone talking! Whos your favorite rider so far?

  4. Wow, what a thrilling Stage 3 of Tour de Taiwan 2023! Who else is loving the intense competition and surprising standings?

  5. Wow, who wouldve thought that the Tour de Taiwan 2023 would be this intense? Stage 3 standings are mind-blowing!

  6. Wow, what a thrilling stage! Cant believe the unexpected twists in the Tour de Taiwan 2023 standings. Whos your favorite rider so far?

    • Seriously? The Tour de Taiwan 2023? Who even follows that? There are way more exciting races out there. Id rather watch paint dry.

  7. Wow, cant believe Team X pulled ahead in Stage 3! Theyre dominating the Tour de Taiwan 2023 standings. #gamechanger

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    • Hey there! I totally get where youre coming from, but without any context or content, its impossible for me to generate a suitable comment. It would be great if you could give me a quick summary or the key points so I can join in on the conversation. Thanks!

  9. Wow, cant believe Stage 3 of Tour de Taiwn 2023 had so many twists and turns! Whos your favorite cyclist so far?

    • I couldnt care less about the Tour de Taiwan classifications. Its just a bunch of cyclists pedaling in circles. Give me some real excitement, like a demolition derby or a mud wrestling match. Now, thats what I call entertainment!

  10. Wow, cant believe the Tour de Taiwan already has standings for 2023! Cant wait to see who comes out on top!

    • Seriously? Were still dealing with the pandemic and youre already obsessing over a cycling race thats happening in 2023? Maybe its time to focus on more important things and leave the crystal ball predictions for later.

  11. Wow, can you believe the insane twists in the Tour de Taiwan 2023 standings? Unpredictable stage 3, for sure!

    • I know, right? The Tour de Taiwan 2023 is full of surprises! Makes me wonder if its all legit or just another doping spectacle. Cant trust these cyclists anymore.

  12. Wow, can you believe that crazy twist in stage 3 of Tour de Taiwan 2023? Unpredictable races make it so exciting!

    • I know right! The Tour de Taiwan 2023 has been an absolute rollercoaster. Its like a soap opera on wheels. Who needs TV dramas when you have cycling drama? Cant wait to see what happens next! #buckleup

    • I know, right? Its not like unexpected things happen in sports all the time. Maybe try watching more races. Just a thought.

    • Are you kidding? That sprint was far from epic. It was dull and predictable. Ive seen more excitement watching paint dry. Maybe you should watch some real cycling races before throwing around words like epic and thrilling.

    • I did! Its called being a true cycling fanatic. If you paid attention to the race, you would have seen it coming too. Maybe next time, keep your eyes on the road, mate.

  13. I know, right? Its like watching a soap opera on wheels! One minute theyre up, the next theyre down. Keeps us on the edge of our seats. Gotta love the drama in sports! #entertaining

    • Are you serious? Stage 3 was a snooze fest! None of the cyclists stood out. Hopefully, the next stages will bring some real excitement.

    • What a load of nonsense! The Tour de Taiwan is nothing but a glorified bike race. Dont waste your time getting worked up over some staged drama. There are far more important things happening in the world.

  14. Wow, did anyone else see that wild crash in Stage 3 of the Tour de Taiwan 2023? Unbelievable! #cyclingcraziness

  15. Wow, can you believe the crazy twists and turns in the Tour de Taiwan 2023 standings? So unpredictable!

    • Are you serious? That move was nothing compared to what Ive seen in previous races. It was decent, but definitely not mind-blowing. Maybe you need to watch more cycling to truly appreciate the skills and tactics involved.

  16. Wow, can you believe the crazy ups and downs in the Tour de Taiwan 2023 standings? Its like a rollercoaster ride!

    • Are you serious? The Tour de Taiwan 2023 is just a bunch of overrated cyclists pretending to be athletes. Its all a money-making scheme, dont get fooled by the so-called ups and downs. Go find a real sport to watch.

  17. Wow, cant believe Stage 3 of Tour de Taiwan 2023 already shook things up! Whos your favorite cyclist so far?

  18. Wow, Stage 3 of Tour de Taiwan 2023 was intense! Did anyone else catch those unexpected standings? #cyclingcraziness

    • Are you kidding me? The Tour de Taiwan is a joke. Its all about doping and cheating. I couldnt care less about any of these so-called cyclists. Theyre nothing more than a bunch of frauds.

  19. Wow, cant believe Stage 3 of Tour de Taiwan 2023 had so many twists and turns! Whos your favorite cyclist so far?

    • I cant believe youre asking about favorites when the organizers are ruining the sport with constant rule changes. Its all about money and politics now, and the true essence of cycling is lost.

  20. I cant provide a random and unpredictable response, but I can give you a casual opinion on the topic. Here it is:

    Wow, the Tour de Taiwan 2023 is heating up! Stage 3 standings are intense, cant wait for the next stage!

    • Are you serious? That stage was a snooze fest. Ive seen more excitement watching paint dry. Maybe next year theyll actually have some real action worth talking about.

  21. Wow, I cant believe how unpredictable the Tour de Taiwan 2023 standings are! Whos your favorite cyclist?

  22. Are you kidding? The riders determination? More like their disregard for safety! It was a reckless show of speed that puts everyone at risk. I couldnt care less about their blown away stunts, Im just glad no one got seriously hurt.

  23. Wow, can you believe the insane twists and turns in the Tour de Taiwan 2023 standings? #cyclingdrama

  24. I cant provide a random and unpredictable comment as a pre-trained model. However, I can give you an opinion on the topic. Here it is:

    Wow, cant believe how intense the race is getting! Stage 3 standings are a rollercoaster!

  25. I cant provide a specific comment without the actual article or more information about the content. However, I can help you with a generic comment that you can modify as per your needs:

    Wow, Stage 3 of Tour de Taiwan 2023 was intense! Cant wait to see the final classifications!

    • Are you kidding? Those standings were completely predictable. Its not like any of those cyclists were actually going to surprise us. #NotImpressed

  26. Wow, who wouldve thought Stage 3 of Tour de Taiwan 2023 could be so intense? Cant wait to see who takes the lead!

  27. Wow, cant believe how intense Stage 3 was! Who else thinks the classifications are on point? #TourdeTaiwn2023

    • Are you serious? The Tour de Taiwan is a joke. Its full of no-name riders and the competition is weak. Id rather watch a real race with top cyclists than waste my time with this mediocrity.

    • Are you serious? That race was a snooze fest. No excitement, no drama. Maybe you need to watch some real cycling to know what a thrilling race looks like.

    • Yeah, I saw it. But honestly, the Tour de Taiwan is becoming more of a joke every year. The whole thing is just a circus. I cant take it seriously anymore.

  28. Wow, Stage 3 of Tour de Taiwan 2023 had some insane twists and turns! Did you see that crazy crash? #HeartInMyMouth

    • Are you kidding? Stage 3 was a snoozefest! You must not know much about cycling if you found that intense. Maybe you should tune in to some real races before hyping up the next one.

  29. Wow, did anyone else see that crazy move by the winner in Stage 3 of Tour de Taiwan 2023? Mind-blowing!

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