Tinkoff-Saxo’s Manuele Boaro delivered a strong performance on the final day of Criterium Internationale finishing 10th atop the 14k climb to Col de l’Ospedale.
Tinkoff-Saxo’s Manuele Boaro was close to taking the win on the intensive 7km time trial of Criterium International. In the end, a mere 2 seconds separated the Italian from the win. Earlier on the day, Jay McCarthy finished 9th on the fast stage 1.
The Critérium International second stage was contested a few hours after the first Saturday, but it did little to slow down Fabio Felline and Bob Jungels who blazed around the short 7-kilometer flat course to finish within one second of each other and claim the top two spots of the leaderboard.
Saturday morning, CULT Energy Pro Cycling took on the 92 kilometer short first stage of the French stage race, Criterium International on the Mediterranean island of Corsica.
Stage two of the Critérium International, a 7-kilometre individual time-trial, was claimed by Italian Fabio Felline.
USA’s Benjamin King captured his first ever win as a professional on stage 1 of the Criterium International in Corsica.