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Da Costa wins Four Days of Dunkirk

Rui Alberto Faria Da Costa (Caisse d'Epargne) won the Four Days of Dunkirk following Sunday's sixth and final stage. Andre Greipel (Columbia-Highroad) took the 172.3km finale in a sprint finish ahead of Jurgen Roelandts (Silence-Lotto) and Frenchman Sebastien Chavanel (Française des Jeux). Da Costa, who assumed the overall lead on Saturday, became the first Portuguese to win the event. The 22-year-old turned pro just two years ago with the modest Benfica team before switching to Caisse d'Epargne.

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By Agence France Presse

Rui Alberto Faria Da Costa (Caisse d’Epargne) won the Four Days of Dunkirk following Sunday’s sixth and final stage.

Andre Greipel (Columbia-Highroad) took the 172.3km finale in a sprint finish ahead of Jurgen Roelandts (Silence-Lotto) and Frenchman Sebastien Chavanel (Française des Jeux).

Da Costa, who assumed the overall lead on Saturday, became the first Portuguese to win the event. The 22-year-old turned pro just two years ago with the modest Benfica team before switching to Caisse d’Epargne.

David Lelay (Ag2r) placed second overall at nine seconds back with Cyril Lemoine (Skil-Shimano) third at 18 seconds.
Stage 6 results (.pdf)
Final GC results (.pdf)

Results

Stage 6 results (.pdf)
Final GC results (.pdf)