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Tour de Yorkshire, Stage 2: Drucker Fourth

2. May 2015, York (GBR) — Road Team

BMC Racing Team's Jempy Drucker (second from right) fought his way to fourth place. ©Tim De Waele/TDWsport

BMC Racing Team's Jempy Drucker matched his season-best result with fourth place Saturday at the Tour de Yorkshire after teammate Greg Van Avermaet saw his bid for the win get swallowed up in the last 75 meters.

Van Avermaet attacked in the final kilometer of the 174-km race, just after the last rider from the day's breakaway was reeled in. But Van Avermaet could not hold off the chase as Moreno Hofland (Team Lotto NL-Jumbo) took the win ahead of Matteo Pelucchi (IAM Cycling) and Ramon Sinkeldam (Team Giant-Alpecin).

In the overall standings, BMC Racing Team's Samuel Sánchez moved into second place, 10 seconds off the lead of Lars-Petter Nordhaug (Team Sky), with one day of the race to go. Van Avermaet is seventh overall, 1:20 back, and a third BMC Racing Team rider, Ben Hermans, is ninth, 1:23 behind.

New to the BMC Racing Team this year, Drucker had also finished fourth in March on Stage 2 of Driedaagse van West-Vlaanderen.

Van Avermaet attacked in the final kilometer of the 174-km race, just after the last rider from the day's breakaway was reeled in. But Van Avermaet could not hold off the chase as Moreno Hofland (Team Lotto NL-Jumbo) took the win ahead of Matteo Pelucchi (IAM Cycling) and Ramon Sinkeldam (Team Giant-Alpecin).

In the overall standings, BMC Racing Team's Samuel Sánchez moved into second place, 10 seconds off the lead of Lars-Petter Nordhaug (Team Sky), with one day of the race to go. Van Avermaet is seventh overall, 1:20 back.

New to the BMC Racing Team this year, Drucker had also finished fourth in March on Stage 2 of Driedaagse van West-Vlaanderen.

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