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01:18 GMT         Day 90 of 90, Season 69    

Sloane Uppey makes his dream come true


  Leif Moesgaard launched the sprint in Critérium du Lac de Neuchâtel (U23), though he wasn't able to follow up when Sloane Uppey and Salifou Coulibaly rushed by. The victory ended safely in the hands of Sloane Uppey who proudly lifted his arms high. About the length of a wheel behind him came Salifou Coulibaly claiming the second place. Leif Moesgaard, who started the drama, ended up third on the stage.
As we got close to the finishing line, I suddeny realized I had my chance today said a surprised winner. When the other sprinters launched the sprint, I just followed along, and I even managed pass them in the end.
Max Jenkins, manager of Fox River, was happy with the result: The whole team did well today. Everything turned out as we hoped, and luckily, Sloane Uppey was the strongest rider out there today. The proud manager didn't hide that he was satisfied with Sloane Uppey's result. Sloane Uppey did well. No one deserved the victory more than him. He put his focus on this stage long ago, and he kept his motivation high. I'm happy for him and the team, said Max Jenkins.



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Critérium du Lac de Neuchâtel (U23)
Sloane Uppey
Salifou Coulibaly
Leif Moesgaard