Rohan Dennis dominates as he seals second victory in fifth Digital Swiss Five race

The Australian led for the majority of the final day of the virtual race

Rohan Dennis (Photo by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images)

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Rohan Dennis bookended his first win on the opening day of the Digital Swiss Five with another victory in the final fifth race.

In fact, it was a repeat of the one-two result on Wednesday, as the Australian beat Nicolas Roche (Sunweb) by 12 seconds, with Jumbo-Visma's Jonas Vingegaard in third, 26 seconds later.

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