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Photo Credit The sixth and final day of international cycling race Tour of Croatia was scheduled for the 151,5 km
The sixth and final day of international cycling race Tour of Croatia was scheduled for the 151,5 km long route connecting the cities of Samobor and Zagreb. The last day didn’t bring significant changes to the overall order. Constantin Sioutsou sealed the overall victory in the Tour of Croatia 2018 and his team Bahrain Merida who helped him control and maintain his ranking won the title of the best team of this year’s race. The winner of the last day’s route was Paolo Simion (team Bardiani CSF) who, with this result, achieved his first professional career won. He was followed by his teammate Mirco Maestri who crossed the finish line as second ahead of Eduard Michael Grosu (Nippo Vini Fantini).
Congratulations to the winners and all the competitors of Tour of Croatia. Hopefully see you again next year!
Photo Credit The fifth day of the international cycling race Tour of Croatia was scheduled for a 155 km long
The fifth day of the international cycling race Tour of Croatia was scheduled for a 155 km long route connecting the town of Rabac (Labin) and Poklon Pass (920 m) at Učka mountain. This is thought to be the key stage at Tour of Croatia race and a true test of the mental and physical strength of the competitors. The winner of the queen stage of this year’s tour was Manuele Boaro from Bahrain Merida team. In an exciting finish, Boaro managed to convincingly win the climb to Poklon arriving 7 seconds ahead of second positioned Lukasz Owsian (team CCC Sprandi Polkowize) and 10 seconds ahead of Alessandro Tonelli (team Bardiani CSF)
You can read more about Boara’s victory and his impressions on the following link: http://teambahrainmerida.com/manuele-boaro-won-the-stage-to-ucka-mountain-at-tour-of-croatia/
Photo Credit The fourth day of international cycling race Tour of Croatia was scheduled for 171 km long route connecting
The fourth day of international cycling race Tour of Croatia was scheduled for 171 km long route connecting the cities of Starigrad (Paklenica) and Crikvenica.
The 4th-day route represents one of Croatia’s most scenic sea-side drives and makes a great opportunity for the organizers to share Croatia’s beauties with the whole world.
The route is said to be favourable to sprinters, so it was expected that one of the skilled sprinters will take the victory. Todays the lucky winner was Alessandro Tonelli (Bardiani-CSF) who, according to Cyclingtips, grabbed his first pro win coasting in 12 seconds ahead of fellow Italian Enrico Barbin (Bardiani CSF), Slovenia’s Jan Tratnik (CCC Sprandi Polkowice) and the rest of the main peloton.
Congratulations to Alessandro for a well-deserved victory!
You can read more about the fourth stage of this years Tour of Croatia on the following link: https: //cyclingtips.com/news/tonelli-lands-first-pro-win-on-stage-4-of-tour-of-croatia/
Photo Credit After finishing the dynamic first two stages of the tour, the teams moved to Trogir for the start
After finishing the dynamic first two stages of the tour, the teams moved to Trogir for the start of the third, physically most demanding stage of the entire race. The route was 134 km long and it connected the town of Trogir with St. Jure, Croatia’s second highest peak at 1762 metres. The route ended with a spectacular, 28 km long steep climb and the victory of one of the favourites of the race, Belarus cyclist of Bahrain – Merida team – Kanstantsin Siutsou. In the exciting race finish, Siutsou managed to outsprint the second runner Pieter Weening from Roompot-Nederlandse Loterij team by 4 seconds and Yevgeniy Gidich from Astana pro team by 49 seconds. Croatian cyclist Radoslav Rogina, from Adria Mobil Cycling team, also did great and summited the St Jure Peak as 4th, 59 seconds after the winner.
You can read more about Siutsou’s victory at the following link: https://www.tourofcroatia.com/en/news/siutsou-wins-at-sv-jure/59
Photo Credit After finishing the Stage 1, the teams moved to Karlovac for the start of the second stage of
After finishing the Stage 1, the teams moved to Karlovac for the start of the second stage of the Tour of Croatia. The longest stage of this year’s race connects the cities of Karlovac and Zadar and is overall 235 km long. Due to very strong gushes of wind that were thought to be potentially dangerous for the cyclist, the race was neutralized from 170 to about 190 km. These minor difficulties didn’t affect Eduard Michael Grosu (team Nippo-Vini Fantini-Europa Ovini) who, in a truly exciting finish, claimed the victory of the second stage of Tour of Croatia, arriving at the finish line ahead of Giacomo Nizzolo (team Trek-Segafredo) and Riccardo Minali (team Astana Pro).
Congratulations to Grosu and best of luck to all the riders through the following stages!
You can read more about Grosu’s victory at the following link:
Photo Credit Once again, for the 4th consecutive year, Croatia is hosting an international men’s cycling stage race – Tour
Once again, for the 4th consecutive year, Croatia is hosting an international men’s cycling stage race – Tour of Croatia. This year’s race takes place from 17th till 22nd of April. The 6 stages of the route take cyclist on a journey of over 1000 kilometres throughout Croatia. This year’s route is even more demanding than the previous years and the whole race was promoted to the 2nd HC category which means it will host teams from the most senior rankings of classification race so far.
This year’s Tour of Croatia starts in Osijek. The introductory stage, 227 kilometres long, connects the cities of Osijek and Koprivnica and is more demanding than the previous year’s ones. The route of Stage 1 is 227 km long, connecting the cities of Osijek and Koprivnica.
Besides the demanding route and the 2 challenging climbs, the cyclist had to fight heavy rain which accompanied them all the way throughout their first day. None of this stopped the Italian rider Nicolo Bonifazio of Bahrain-Merida team in his attempt to collect the victory on the opening stage of this years race., outsprinting Andrea Guardini( team Bardiani–CSF) and Eduard Grosu (team Nippo–Vini Fantini).
Congratulations to the winner and best of luck to all the teams!
You can read more about the finish of the opening stage of the Tour of Croatia at the following link: https://cycling.today/bonifazio-wins-opening-stage-of-tour-of-croatia/
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