The bonus received for his second place in the sixth and final stage gave the Slovenian Matej Mohoric (Bahrain Victorious) the last victory, by one second, in back to croatiaat the expense of the Danes jonas vingegaard (Jumbo Visma), winner of the last Tour de France, who started the day as the leader with an 8 second advantage.
Mohoric took the good sprint tire, the companion Elijah Viviani (Ineos Grenadiers), and although the Italian clearly beat him, second place was enough for the Slovenian to proclaim himself the eventual winner.
Vingegaardwho was on the verge of his second victory in a stage race, finished fourteenth on the stage alongside Viviani, but the bonuses deprived him of the title.
Jonathan Lastra (Caja Rural Seguros) was the best-ranked Spaniard in the overall standings, eighth at 47 seconds, and Omar Fraile (Ineos) finished tenth, at 1:43, while Colombian Branon Rivera was sixth , 31 seconds behind the winner.
The sixth and final stage took the riders from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb on a 158km course with three third category climbs.
Vingegaard He dressed as the leader this Saturday after winning the queen’s stage in a sprint of a dozen runners who came together in the last kilometer of the fifth and penultimate stage, played on the 154 km route between Opatija and Labin. On an uphill section with a cobbled floor, the Dane prevailed over the British by half a tire Oscar Onley (DSM) and two seconds later he crossed the finish line Mohoric.
Source: La Verdad
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