With three stages to go, Robert Vrecer is still proudly donning the mountains jersey in the Tour de Suisse.
Thursday's sixth leg, 186 clicks from Leuggern to Meilen, was an altogether uncomplicated day in the saddle for the Slovenian and his team-mates.
A quartet was allowed to go up the road and fight it out between them for the stage win, meaning all Vrecer had to do was to sit tight and just finish the stage. Still on 19 points, he leads the classification seven points ahead of Saxo-Tinkoff's Roman Kreuziger.
Sit tight his team-mates did as well. Heading into the decisive last days of the race, Igor Antón is the team's best placed rider on GC in 21st.
- (1, Gregory Rast (RadioShack Leopard), 4:23:53)
- 56, Gorka Verdugo, 10:43
- 57, Igor Antón, s.t.
- 67, Juan José Oroz, s.t.
- 90, Jorge Azanza, s.t.
- 97, Adrián Sáez, s.t.
- 112, Robert Vrecer, s.t.
- 143, Ion Izagirre, s.t.
- 155, Ricardo Mestre, 15:37
Photo: Euskaltel Euskadi