With Aniolkovsky’s victory in the second stage, Leitao won the general classification

With Aniolkovsky’s victory in the second stage, Leitao won the general classification

Stanislav Agnolkovski won the fourth and final stage of the Tour of Greece (2.1), which linked Costa Navarino and Olympia on Saturday over 133.5 kilometers. The pole from the Human Powered Health team won the final race ahead of Portugal’s Iuri Leitao (Caja Rural-Seguros RGA) and Germany’s Pirmin Eisenbarth (Bike Aid). In the general classification, Leitao took the overall victory.

Iuri Letau, who donned the leader’s jersey after winning the third stage on Friday, successfully defended it to take the lead in the general classification. He’s six seconds ahead of New Zealand’s Aaron Jett (Bolton Equities Black Spoke), and today’s winner, Stanislav Agnolkovski, by nine. The 24-year-old Portuguese has not won a single race in his career.

Aniolkowski won a very tight sprint against Leitao, Jersey Blue, in front of the assembled peloton despite a three kilometer climb. After Wednesday’s first consecutive stage win, he brings his total spherical victories to five.

This fourth stage concludes the Tour of Greece, which saw notably the victory of Timothy Dupont (Tartletto-Isorex) on Thursday, during the second stage between Messina and Kalamata. He finished tenth overall, 26 seconds behind.

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