Roger Hammond

A three-man breakaway on stage four of the Four Days of Dunkirk - won by Belgian Geert Steegmans (Quick Step) - pre-empted T-Mobile rider Roger Hammond?s (pictured) chances of trying for Great Britain?s third victory in the race in four days.

?Roger was in a break of about 60 guys that went away early in the stage, along with [stage three winner and team-mate] Mark [Cavendish],? T-Mobile team manager Brian Holm told CW?s website.

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