Bos, only just

Like on the previous day, stage 2 of the World Ports Classic finished with an impressive bunched sprint in the streets of Rotterdam. After André Greipel yesterday, young Dutchman Ramon Sinkeldam flew to victory, beating Theo Bos and Greg Henderson to the line. Thanks to better finishing positions on both stages, Theo Bos, in the same time as Sinkeldam, wins the 2014 edition of the race.

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The race in pictures

photo25/05/2014 

World Port Classic 2014 - Etape 2 - Anvers / Rotterdam - 25/05/2014 - Le podium final, Alexander PORSEV (3e), Théo BOS (1er), Ramon SINKELDAM (2e) entourés de Jan JANSSEN, Joop ZOETEMELK, Ahmed ABOUTALEB maire de Rotterdam et Roger DE VLAEMINCK © ASO/P.Perreve

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Antwerp / Rotterdam

Antwerp

• Twice host to a Tour de France stage
• Population: 502,000
• Hosted the Olympics in 1920

Antwerp dominated international trade for centuries...

Rotterdam

• Twice host to a Tour de France stage
• Population: 607,000
• Named European capital of sport in 2005

A place where exchange and openness are the...

World Ports Classic 2014

Running from Saturday 24th to Sunday May 25th 2014, the World Ports Classic will be made up of 2 stages and will cover a total distance of 354 kilometres.

Jersey wearers after the stage 2

Classifications after the stage 2

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