Jersey wearers after the stage 2

  • Midnight sun jersey
    Time
    Mathieu VAN DER POEL 111

    M. VAN DER POEL

    CORENDON - CIRCUS 07h 16' 09''
  • Green jersey
    Points
    Bryan COQUARD 121

    B. COQUARD

    VITAL CONCEPT - B&B HOTELS 15 pts
    1st of the ranking :

    M. VAN DER POEL

    CORENDON - CIRCUS
  • Salmon jersey
    Best climber
    Stephen CUMMINGS 32

    S. CUMMINGS

    TEAM DIMENSION DATA 9 pts
  • White jersey
    Best Young
    Markus HOELGAARD 11

    M. HOELGAARD

    UNO-X NORWEGIAN DEVELOPMENT TEAM 07h 16' 18''
    1st of the ranking :

    M. VAN DER POEL

    CORENDON - CIRCUS
  • Team
    Best Team

    SPORT VLAANDEREN - BALOISE

    21h 49' 15''
  • Combative
    Combativity prize
    Erik Nordsaeter RESELL 14

    E. RESELL

    UNO-X NORWEGIAN DEVELOPMENT TEAM

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