Andre Greipel wins third stage
ADELAIDE, Australia -- Germany's Andre Greipel won the third stage of cycling's Tour Down Under in a bunch sprint Thursday to regain the overall lead he had conceded a day earlier.
Greipel, riding for the Lotto-Belisol team, started the 84-mile stage from Unley in suburban Adelaide to Victor Harbor 2 seconds behind Switzerland's Martin Kohler on general classification.
His second stage win of the 2012 tour -- he won the first stage Tuesday and now has won 10 stages of the Australian event overall -- allowed him to reclaim the tour leader's ocher jersey.
Yauheni Hutarovich of Belarus, riding for FDJ-Big MAT, was second in the stage, and Edvald Boasson Hagen of Norway, from Britain's Sky Procycling team, was third.
Greipel won the Tour Down Under in 2008 and 2010.
Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press
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