Lucas Persson is the King of Scandinavian Mountains

By road: the final and toughest stage of the Tour of Jamtland is finished. The stretch between Trondheim and Åre on 214 km and height of 1800 meters was won by Lucas Persson, Team Cykelcity from Stockholm. Persson won the 2010 edition of the Tour of Jamtland. Runner-up was Tobias ludvigsson and third Sebastian Balck all Team Cykelcity. The weekend races means that Sebastian Balck goes up in totalledning in the Kalas Cup.

The final and toughest stage of the Tour of Jamtland is finished. The stretch between Trondheim and Åre on 214 km and height of 1800 meters was won by Lucas Persson, Team Cykelcity from Stockholm. Persson won the 2010 edition of the Tour of Jamtland. Runner-up was Tobias ludvigsson and third Sebastian Balck all Team Cykelcity. The weekend races means that Sebastian Balck goes up in totalledning in the Kalas Cup.

-I have the team to thank for today’s victory. The guys drove really well and sacrificed himself. The victory in the mountains is the icing on the cake, “says Lucas Persson, the overall winner of the Tour of Jamtland 2010.

-We are more than happy to win three sweaters in the overall Assembly, says Tobias Lahiri won the U23 class.

-The beginning of the stage was really heavy and it was clearly fastest in first ascent up to the prize before Selbusjön, “says Sebastian Balck.

Spurt price competition was won by Olav Alexander Benjaminsen vying for CK Nor. Best hemmacyklist became Frederick Kingstad who finished 27th overall. Next, wait for a race in the United States for the guys in the Team Cykelcity-Uniwest GP in Pennsylvania.

With today’s race is the 2010 Tour of Jamtland. A three-dagaras international stage race for the elite. Today even went jogging race Cyclosportive between Trondheim and Åre – the same route as for the elite. Winners in exercise class were Joakim Prestmo from Oslo.

“It feels totally wonderful! The days! Not only have we had the weather with us without both the municipality of Östersund and Åreföretagarna have really stood up and contributed to the races have been completed in the best possible way. It is clearly a logistical challenge in organizing a contest on such a long distance as between Östersund and Trondheim, but it has gone very well. It felt extra good with such a good attendance of spectators at Åre Torg. Now we will celebrate tonight and then sum up the year and certainly we are looking forward to next year already, “said a delighted Anders Bromée, Managing Director and project leader Tour of Jamtland.