The Israel Start-Up Nation rider has picked up loads of prestigious wins in his profession, however his breakaway victory in Vieste may simply be the largest but.
However what did it take for Dowsett to interrupt away from his rivals to experience clear with round 17km of the stage remaining?
The 32-year-old has shared his information on Strava to provide followers an perception into the ability numbers it takes to win a Giro d’Italia stage.
Dowsett’s first big effort got here within the first 5km of the stage as he sprinted to interrupt away from the peloton to make it into the escape, hitting a most energy of 1,200 watts within the course of – his highest energy output from the day.
The racing didn’t let up then, because the breakaway group then rode full gasoline to avoid the bunch and prolong their benefit to a sustainable hole.
Onto the key climb of the day and Dowsett held a gradual energy at round 300w to stick with the group.
The tempo started to ramp up within the last 30km, earlier than Dowsett’s decisive transfer 17km from the road, which began with a 900w dash to get away from the break.
Dowsett then averaged 350w (round 4.67w/kg) for the ultimate 24 minutes of the race, which allowed him to hold off the victory greater than a minute forward of his companions.
His most five-second energy over the course of the day was 1,031w, whereas his five-minute energy peak was 402w.
Dowsett put out 370w for 10 minutes, whereas his 20 and 30-minute maximums have been 250w, whereas his common heart-rate was 136bpm and a max of 175.
The Essex-born rider took loads of Strava KoMs within the course of together with on the 26km Vieste ending circuit, with a time of 35-42, forward of Salvatore Puccio (Ineos Grenadiers) with a time of 37 minutes.
However the effort clearly took it’s toll on Dowsett, when then completed the next stage to Roccaroso useless final in 160th place, 40 minutes down on the stage winner.