Eiking comes of age, Barguil takes the lead
Norway’s Odd Christian Eiking of Wanty-Groupe Gobert claimed his first win of the 2019 season on home soil as he clinched the queen stage of the Arctic Race of Norway atop the unprecedented and gruelling Storheia Summit. Second on the line, French national champion Warren Barguil from Arkéa-Samsic took the overall lead with a slim advantage of three seconds over...
Warren Barguil: "It'll be tight tomorrow"
“I have mixed feelings about my result. I put my money on Odd Christian because I knew his motivation and I saw his legs. He’s in a great shape. I said he could win and he was stronger than me indeed. I came close to him. There was no more I could do. It’s not a bad result for me. It’ll be tight tomorrow. Only one bonus sprint would be enough for Lutsenko...
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