Slovak sensation Peter Sagan danced to victory on stage three of the Tour de France, leaving his rivals for dead on an uphill finish in Boulogne sur Mer.
The Liquigas-Cannondale man is riding his first Tour de France but wasted little time in recording his first victory on Sunday’s opening road stage, before making it two wins in three days.
Here’s how the race unfolded from the lens of WorldTour photographer Stefano Sirotti.
Sagan started the day aboard a Terminator-inspired custom Cannondale SuperSix Evo. We’ve got more pics right here
The 22-year-old bided his time on the final climb of an undulating stage before launching his sprint from the wheel of Vacansoleil-DCM’s Wouter Poels
Sagan soon opened up a comfortable lead and danced across the line doing an impression of Forrest Gump
Bradley Wiggins was caught up in a crash on the final category four ascent but was awarded the same time as Sagan as the pile-up happened inside the last three kilometres
Sagan leads the points classification with 116 points, with Fabian Cancellara second on 74 and Mark Cavendish third on 73