Colombian stand Giro d’Italia 2014
This Sunday, rising to the podium three Colombians, each with the tricolor. (Photo: The Spectator)

Colombian cyclist Nairo Quintana is the virtual winner of the Giro d’Italia on Saturday after playing the penultimate stage between Maniago and Monte Zoncolan, 167 kilometers, in which the Australian Michael Rogers took over.
The Australian spent the day in 4 hours, 41 minutes and 55 seconds. Behind him, the Italian Franco Pellizotti and Francesco Bongiorno arrived; while Quintana leader and second overall, fellow Colombian Rigoberto Uran, did more than four minutes.
After what happened on the stage, still commanded by General Nairo Quinta, followed by compatriot Rigoberto Uran three minutes and seven seconds and the Italian Fabio Aru at 4:04.
The final examination for the tour of the Dolomites served to ratify the domain of Colombian cyclists in this year’s Giro and especially the leader Quintana is a step to make history and become the first Colombian to climb to the top of the podium end.
“This presentation is for Colombians to enjoy and the people of the world see what our country really is no war, no violence is so contrary is love and welcome all with open arms to know that cute land, “said Nairo Quintana after finishing the stage.
This Sunday, the last stage of athletic contest runs. It is expected that the Colombian duo make history.