Arnaud Démare holds off Caleb Ewan to take sprinters' Milano-Torino 2020

The French sprinter had a perfect lead out and finished fast to beat Ewan, Peter Sagan and Wout van Aert

Arnaud Démare wins Milano-Torino 2020 (Photo by Tim de Waele/Getty Images)

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Arnaud Démare finished off a perfect lead-out with a fast finish to win Milano - Torino 2020.

The French sprinter was dropped off on the finishing straight by his Groupama-FDJ team-mates and followed Peter Sagan's wheel before powering past, also managing to hold off Caleb Ewan's advances.

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