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Croatia’s Matija Kvasina Wins 2nd Tour of Croatia

Tour of Croatia winner Matija Kvasina (photo: Tour of Croatia)

Tour of Croatia winner Matija Kvasina (photo: Tour of Croatia)

Croatian cyclist Matija Kvasina has won the 2nd Tour of Croatia which ended in the capital Zagreb on Sunday afternoon…

Norwegian Sondre Holst Enger was the winner of the final 6th stage from Sveti Martin na Muri to Zagreb, but it was Kvasina, riding for Synergy Baku Cycling Project team, who took the overall title to be crowned the winner of the second Tour of Croatia.

“Unbelievable, it all fell into place, all the sport stars aligned and I managed to do it. I need a bit of time for it to all sink in,” Kvasina said after his victory.

Riders covered over 1,000 kms in 2nd Tour of Croatia (photo KL photo)

Riders covered over 1,000 kms in 2nd Tour of Croatia (photo KL photo)

Competitors in this year’s Tour of Croatia covered 1,000 kilometres in 6 days, ending the stages in the cities of Varaždin, Split, Šibenik, Učka, Umag and Zagreb.

 

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