Alexander Kristoff wins Antwerp Port Epic

Alexander Kristoff (Uno-X Mobility) scored the win at the 2024 Antwerp Port Epic
Alexander Kristoff (Uno-X Mobility) scored the win at the 2024 Antwerp Port Epic (Image credit: Getty Images)

Alexander Kristoff (Uno-X Mobility) sped to the win at the Antwerp Port Epic-Sels Trophy, scoring his second victory of the season and 90th of his career in a sprint finish at the end of the 177.9km race.

The Norwegian veteran beat out Emilien Jeannière (TotalEnergies), Oded Kogut (Israel-Premier Tech Academy) and Arnaud De Lie (Lotto-Dstny) to the line in a fight between the fast finishers of the peloton.

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