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Tour de France bad boy Moscon wins Guangxi race

By AFP
media Moscon, who was thrown out of the Tour de France in July after an altercation with a fellow racer, had been the favourite for victory in China AFP

Italy's Gianni Moscon of Team Sky won the Tour of Guangxi on Sunday after Dutchman Fabio Jakobsen triumphed in the sixth and final stage in a bunch sprint.

The 24-year-old Moscon, who was thrown out of the Tour de France in July after an altercation with a fellow racer, had been the favourite for victory in China.

Moscon topped the general classification standings in the final stop on the 2018 UCI World Tour with a time of 20hr 39min 56sec.

Second was Austria's Felix Grossschartner of Bora-Hansgrohe, nine seconds behind, and a further five seconds adrift in third was Russia's Sergei Chernetski of the Astana team.

Standings from the sixth and final stage of the Tour of Guangxi, a 169km ride in Guilin:

1. Fabio Jakobsen (NED/Quick-Step) in 3hrs 42mins 53sec

2. Pascal Ackermann (GER/Bora-Hansgrohe)

3. Rudiger Selig (GER/Bora-Hansgrohe)

4. Reinardt Janse van Rensburg (RSA/Dimension)

5. Max Walscheid (GER/Sunweb)

Final general classification

1. Gianni Moscon (ITA/Team Sky) 20hrs 39mins 56sec

2. Felix Grossschartner (AUT/Bora-Hansgrohe) at 9sec

3. Sergei Chernetski (RUS/Astana) 14

4. Remi Cavagna (FRA/Quick-Step) 17

5. Carlos Verona (ESP/Mitchelton-Scott) 21

 
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