'Anything And Everything Can Still Happen'

Italian sensation Fabio Aru will be in a mad dash for the podium.

Looking at the GC, there is less than 1 minute separating Cadel Evans (3rd) and Ryder Hesjedal (9th). The fight for pink seems a tall order but the fight for podium will be fierce. Tomorrow is the first of three days in the mountains; heaven for some and hell for many. Ryder Hesjedal is proving that he belongs in the top ten and quite possibly, a stage win can cement that.

We saw in the last couple of days, anything and everything happens in this Giro, and anything and everything can still happen.

- Cadel Evans

Stage 18

  • 1. Nairo Alexander QUINTANA ROJAS, Movistar, in 73:05:31
  • 2. Rigoberto URAN URAN, Omega Pharma-Quick Step, at 1:41
  • 3. Cadel EVANS, BMC Racing, at 3:21
  • 4. Pierre ROLLAND, Europcar, at 3:26
  • 5. Rafal MAJKA, Tinkoff-Saxo, at 3:28
  • 6. Fabio ARU, Astana, at 3:34
  • 7. Domenico POZZOVIVO, Ag2r La Mondiale, at 3:49
  • 8. Wilco KELDERMAN, Belkin, at 4:06
  • 9. Ryder HESJEDAL, Garmin-Sharp, at 4:16

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