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by Shane Stokes
April 6, 2018
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Having taken the race lead earlier this week, Australian Benjamin Dyball continues at the top of the GC leaderboard in the Princess Maha Chackri Sirindhorn’s Cup Tour of Thailand.
The St. George Continental Cycling Team rider finished safely in the peloton on stages four and five, which were both won by Team Illuminates’ Martin Laas.
Dyball is 16 seconds ahead of Tour de Langkawi winner Artem Ovechkin (Terengganu Cycling Team) and 18 in front of Thomas Lebas (Kinan Cycling Team). The 2.1-ranked event concludes on Friday with a flat 110.8 kilometre stage to Khon Kaen.