Philippe Gilbert sprints to victory on stage two of the Tour de Suisse as Rohan Dennis loses lead

Race leader Rohan Dennis ceded his lead to his team-mate Stefan Küng after a crash towards the end of stage two of the Tour de Suisse

Philippe Gilbert (Quick-Step Floors) won an action-packed stage two of the Tour de Suisse, in which Rohan Dennis (BMC) lost his overall lead after being involved in a crash.

Dennis hit the deck in an incident that saw many riders go down in the middle of the peloton, with around 25km left to ride.

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Stephen Puddicombe is a freelance journalist for Cycling Weekly, who regularly contributes to our World Tour racing coverage with race reports, news stories, interviews and features. Outside of cycling, he also enjoys writing about film and TV - but you won't find much of that content embedded into his CW articles.