Evenepoel won the Tour of Norway and for Kristoff, the final stage


the Belgian Remco Evenepoel (Quick Steps) won the eleventh edition of back to norway When the sixth and final stages were contested, starting and ending in Stavanger, 149 km long, Norwegian Alexander Kristoff (Intermarché) signed up for the sprint.

Alexander Kristoff was the fastest in the sprint, where he won with 3h.28.52 ahead of British Ethan Vernon (Quick Step) and Danish former world champion Mads Pedersen (Trek). This is the Norwegian’s ninth victory in its national round, which is a record number.

Remco Evenepoel finished the round with three partial wins and the overall victory, so he climbed to the top of the podium joined by Australians Jay Vine (Alpecin-Fenix) and Luke Plapp (Ineos), second and third, respectively. .

Soon the rest of the day formed with a new role for Irishman Ben Healy (EF Education-EasyPost) and Spaniard Joel Nicolau (Caja Rural-Seguros RGA), who wore the white jersey of the mountain leader, who left with 5 more runners.

Although they had a 6-minute lead, the peloton led by Intermarché and the Trek slowed down the adventure, but it was not without fear, as a pile-up took place that affected runners such as Tobias Johannessen (Uno- X) and Mike Teunissen (Jumbo Visma).

The group broke down again with an attempt by 5 runners who came to open a small difference, but control to promote the sprint came first and Kristoff was not spared with victory for speed. Total reign, for Remco Evenepoel, great opponent of the week in Norway.

Source: La Verdad


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