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North Yorkshire's Harry Tanfield crowned 'most active' rider of Tour de Yorkshire day two following vote

North Yorkshire's Harry Tanfield has won the Tour de Yorkshire's Digital Jersey for being the "most active" rider on day two of the race.

The 22-year-old Bike Channel Canyon rider, who is from Great Ayton, was awarded the jersey following a vote by viewers on Twitter.

Tanfield won the first intermediate sprint in Knaresborough and was part of a four-man breakaway that led for much of the Tadcaster to Harrogate stage.

Tour de Yorkshire overall leader's jersey handed to Caleb Ewan

Australian sprinter Caleb Ewan has taken over the blue Tour de Yorkshire leader's jersey after finishing second in today's second stage.

He also holds the Tour's green points jersey for the best sprinter following his performances during the race's first two days.

The race went from Bridlington to Scarborough yesterday and travelled between Tadcaster and Harrogate today, before the final stage from Bradford to Sheffield's Fox Valley tomorrow.

Dutchman Etienne van Empel holds the pink King of the Mountains jersey.

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