The Belgian Jasper Stuyven wins the Milan-Sanremo sprint – It’s the Belgian Jasper Stuyven the winner of the 112th edition of the Milan-Sanremo. The Trek-Segafredo cyclist won his first great ‘Classic’ in the sprint. Stuyven preceded at the finish line in via Roma Caleb Ewan, Wout Van Aert, Peter Sagan, Mathieu Van Dee Poel. Eighth was the Italian Sonny Colbrelli.

“I have not yet realized that I have won, in the last few meters I had the opportunity to rest and I gave in the last sprint, I still had some strength in my legs. I had very little in my legs but luckily it was enough. “This is Jasper Stuyven’s warm comment to the microphones of Raidue, after winning the Milan-Sanremo, surprising everyone two kilometers from the finish by building an advantage which he managed to keep in the final sprint.

“After the descent of the Poggio I tried all-in, all or nothing. There was nothing planned, no strategy but only instinct. I saw that I was holding on and I couldn’t just play it in the sprint. Winning here is something that goes beyond my expectations “, concluded the Belgian.



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