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Englishman, Dexter Gardias has won the stage three Digital Jersey after being voted as the most active rider.
French sprinter Nacer Bouhanni has crashed out of stage three of the Tour de Yorkshire.
Bouhanni took victory on stage two in Harrogate yesterday but crashed out today with around 25km to go and has been taken to hospital
Frenchman, Jonathan Hivert has won the second and final intermediate sprint of stage three of the Tour de Yorkshire.
The sprint marks the start of a torturous concluding loop which includes four climbs in the space of 10.5km.
Mathew Hayman, Australia, has won the 1st intermediate sprint of stage three at Clifton.
The third stage, dubbed the 'Yorkshire Terrier', has two intermediate sprints with the last one at Stocksbridge.
Pieter Weening wins Cote de Shibden Wall, the fourth King of the Mountains climb of stage three.
The climb is 1km at a 13.5% average gradient and is largely cobbled.
Dexter Gardias, has won the third King of the Mountains climb, the Cote de Leeming.
The Englishman crossed the line just ahead of Pieter Weening, who has claimed maximum points in the first two climbs today.
Pieter Weening has won the second King of the Mountains climb, the Cote de Haworth.
The Cote de Haworth is 0.6km in length at 6.6% gradient.
Six KOM climbs to go...
Pieter Weening, Netherlands, picks up maximum points in the first King of The Mountains climb of the final stage.
The Cote de Silsden is 1.5km long at an average gradient of 9.1% but has sections of almost 25%
It is the first of eight climbs in stage three.