Fri Apr 28, 2017 12:23AM
Swiss Stefan Kueng celebrates after winning the second stage of the "Tour de Romandie" UCI protour cycling race, a 136,5 km ride from Champery to Bulle on April 27, 2017 in Bulle in Switzerland. © AFP
Swiss Stefan Kueng celebrates after winning the second stage of the "Tour de Romandie" UCI protour cycling race, a 136,5 km ride from Champery to Bulle on April 27, 2017 in Bulle in Switzerland. © AFP
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Switzerland's Stefan Kueng wins the second stage of the Tour de Romandie.

BMC rider Kung beat Ukrainian Andriy Hrivko in a sprint finish to win stage 2 of the race for the second time in 3 years.

The stage was originally over 160km but it has been reduced to 136.5km with a potentially treacherous descent removed due to chilly temperatures and "light snowfall".

Fabio Felline who still retains the leaders’ yellow jersey and won Tuesday's prologue, stayed 8 seconds clear of German Maximilian Schachmann and Jesus Herrada of Spain.

The race ends on Sunday with an 18.3km individual time-trial.