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Last stage was won by Haest from the break, Josef Cerny won the overall title

Last stage was won by Haest from the break, Josef Cerny won the overall title

Last chapter of this year's race finished with a surprise victory for breakaway riders in Kosice. Jasper Heast took the stage honours, while in the peloton, Josef Cerny safely defended his overall lead and became fourth Quick-Step rider in five years to won Tour of Slovakia. 

 

Fourth and last stage of the 66th edition of Tour of Slovakia started in historical pearl of Slovakia, in town of Levoca, and after 182 kilometres finished in second biggest city in the country, Kosice. The beginning of the stage was quite hilly, but later it became flat and so the bunch sprint was expected. 

 

There were also three intermediate sprints with bonification seconds on offer, so start of the stage was quite hectic. Josef Cerny held the overall lead only with a few seconds of margin before the stage. Jumbo kept the peloton intact until first sprint, but Koen Bouwman failed to take any time on Cerny. Czech rider won the sprint and strengthened his lead. 

 

After almost an hour, the break was formed. It consisted of Jasper Haest (VolkerWessels) and Filip Řeha (Elkov), who were later joined by Pavol Rovder (Dukla Banska Bystrica), Jefferson Cepeda (Caja Rural - Seguros RGA), Peter Schulting (VolkerWessels), Michael Belleri (Biesse-Carrera), Marcin Budzinski (HRE Mazowsze Serce Polski) and Andrea Debiasi (Friuli ASD). 

 

Quick-Step kept the gap tight, but around 20 kilometres from the finish, the VolkerWessels duo attacked. Haest and Schulting managed impossible and held on to the finish. They crossed the line hand in hand together, with Haest taking the win by millimetres. Sprint in peloton was won by Michael Mørkøv ahead of his college Ethan Vernon. 

 

Josef Cerny safely brought the yellow jersey to the finish in the main bunch and therefore ensured that he will win this year's race. At the end, he won by six seconds ahead of his college Mauri Vansevenant and third placed Koen Bouwman. Thanks to his exploits in the last stage, Haest was able to take the green jersey off Ethan Vernon. Lorenzo Fortunato (EOLO-Kometa) claimed the climber's jersey, Archie Ryan (Jumbo-Visma) took the white jersey and Martin Svrček (Quick-Step) won the best Slovak rider jersey. Team classification was won by Jumbo-Visma.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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