Ineos Grenadiers won the Tour of Britain‘s team time trial stage on Tuesday with British rider Ethan Hayter moving into the race lead.
Ineos dominated over the 18.2-kilometre third stage from Llandeilo to the National Botanic Garden of Wales. They clocked a time of 20:22, finishing 17.5 seconds faster than runners up Deceuninck–Quick-Step.
Hayter holds a six-second lead over Ineos team-mate Rohan Dennis, with stage one winner Wout van Aert a further 10 seconds behind. Overnight leader Robin Carpenter of Rally Cycling dropped to 12th overall.
🏆 @INEOSGrenadiers win the Carmarthenshire team time trial!@Rally_Cycling finish 11th, meaning @RobinmCarpenter's spell in the @AJBell race leader's jersey is over… #TourOfBritain 🔴🟢⚪ pic.twitter.com/zQcAwSDT5e
— AJ Bell Tour of Britain 🇬🇧 (@TourofBritain) September 7, 2021