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Total victory of Team Katusha at Tour des Fjords

For the second time in a row the Russian Team Katusha won the general classification of the Tour des Fjords. Today Katusha’s leader Alexander Kristoff took the double win – he won the 5th and last stage as well as the final overall classification of the race.

Alexander Kristoff brings 10th win to team Katusha in the season

The victory of Alexander Kristoff at the 4th stage of the Tour des Fjords in Norway became the 10th success of the Russian Team Katusha in the 2014. In the final sprint from the leading group Alexander Kristoff was the strongest rider, outsprinting the overall leader Magnus Cort Nielsen from Cult Energy Vital Water and Sondre Holst Enger from Team Sparebanken.

Valgren second in Norway

In Tour des Fjords, Tinkoff-Saxo’s faced the hardest and 163 kilometer long third stage in the beautiful Norwegian landscape and the riders were all set to make a difference in the mountainous terrain between Hjelmeland and Forsand.

EuroTrash Monday!

Aug 19, 2013 - The Eneco Tour was a battle to the last inch and ex-World cross champ Zdenek Stybar took it to the line. We have all the results, comments and video to keep you up to date. TOP STORY: What’s the future for Bradley Wiggins? Also the Tour des Fjords brought a new young guy to the fore and you can read all about it in today’s EuroTrash. Monday morning coffee time!

Tour des Fjords: Alexander Kristoff wins Stage 2

Another great victory for Katusha Team in the Norwegian competition “Tour des Fjords”: after yesterday's triumph by Sergey Chernetckii, today Alexander Kristoff proved to be the fastest in the massive sprint that decided the second stage, 103 km long from Hjelmeland to Forsand.

“Tour des Fjords”: Chernetckii takes the victory in the first stage

Great win for Sergey Chernetckii in the first stage of "Tour des Fjords", an UCI Europe Tour Norwegian competition, 2.1 category, at its first edition: the young Russian rider defeated the other riders in the breakaway and was able to wear the first leader's jersey of this race. The stage, a 205 km long one from Valle-Setesdal to Stavanger, lived his crucial moment with 25 km to go, a few kilometers after the daily breakaway was neutralized. Four riders counter-attacked: