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Arctic Race of Norway 2014

Date range:
August 14-17

The Arctic Race of Norway returns for its second edition. 2013 champion and home favourite Thor Hushovd is back to defend his title, as he races on home soil for the final time in his career.

With bonus seconds available at the finish, consistency will be key for overall victory. In Hushovd’s way will be his fellow Norwegian Alexander Kristoff, who is making his debut at the race. Kristoff should be able to handle the uphill finishes, and provides Norway with another real contender for the general classification – along with stage victories.

On the flatter stages, Marcel Kittel will be hard to beat. Like Kristoff, he will be racing for the first time since the Tour de France. NetApp-Endura comes to the race with a strong team, with sprinters Sam Bennett and Scott Thwaites. Bennett is likely to be the favoured of the two, but both could steal the thunder from the more experienced riders.

2013 Arctic Race of Norway

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Stages

  1. Lars Petter Nordhaug (Belkin) in the green jersey
    Stage 1Thursday, August 14 2014
    Location:
    Hammerfest - North Cape
    Distance:
    204km
  2. The peloton in action
    Stage 2Friday, August 15 2014
    Location:
    Honningsvåg - Alta
    Distance:
    207km
  3. Simon Spilak (Katusha)
    Stage 3Saturday, August 16 2014
    Location:
    Alta - Kvænangsfjellet
    Distance:
    132km
  4. Steven Kruijswijk (Belkin)
    Stage 4Sunday, August 17 2014
    Location:
    Tromsø - Tromsø
    Distance:
    165km
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