By Cycling Weekly published
Nairo Quintana (Movistar) won the 2014 Tour de San Luis in Argentina on Sunday, with Sacha Modolo (Lampre-Merida) claiming the bunch sprint on the final stage.
Modolo and his Lampre-Merida team looked in control in the finale of the final stage to Terrazas del Portezuelo, and he cruised over the line well clear of second-placed Peter Sagan (Cannondale). Modolo's lead-out man Maximiliano Richeze rolled over for third.
Quintana topped the classification 43 seconds ahead of stage one winner Phillip Gaimon (Garmin-Sharp), and two minutes and two seconds in front of home rider Sergio Godoy (San Luis Somos Todos).
British talent Adam Yates (Orica-GreenEdge) secured the under-23 classification in his first race as a professional.
Tour de San Luis 2014, stage seven: San Luis to Terrazas del Portezuelo, 148.1km
1. Sacha Modolo (Ita) Lampre-Merida
2. Peter Sagan (Svk) Cannondale
3. Maximiliano Richeze (Arg) Lampre-Merida
4. Mauro Richeze (Arg) Argentina
5. Jens Keukeleire (Bel) Orica-GreenEdge all same time
Final overall classification
1. Nairo Quintana (Col) Movistar
2. Phillip Gaimon (USA) Garmin-Sharp at 43 secs
3. Sergio Godoy (Arg) San Luis Somos Todos at 2-02
4. Julian Arredondo (Col) Trek Factory Racing at 2-54
5. Enzo Moyano (Arg) San Luis Somos Todos at 3-04
Sacha Modolo wins the final stage ahead of Peter Sagan
Nairo Quintana won the 2014 Tour de San Luis overall
Gaimon, Quintana and Godoy on the final Tour de San Luis podium
Tour de San Luis 2014: Stage reports and news
Stage six: Quintana extends lead
Stage five: Adriano Malori wins Tour de San Luis time trial
Stage four: Quintana wins, Gaimon clings onto lead
Mark Cavendish leads out Tom Boonen in San Luis
Stage three: Nizzolo wins stage
Stage two: Arredondo wins, Gaimon keeps lead
Adam Yates makes professional debut in Tour de San Luis
Stage one: Phillip Gaimon wins opening stage of Tour de San Luis
Tour de San Luis 2014 coverage and preview
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