This is the best podium celebration you’ll watch today (video)

Sondre Holst Enger was particularly pleased about his stage win at the Tour of Croatia
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Sondre Holst Enger (IAM Cycling) won stage six of the Tour of Croatia ahead of Belgians Edward Theuns (Trek-Segafredo) and Timothy Dupont (Verandas Willems) on Sunday.

However, it wasn’t his riding that got the most attention but instead his podium celebration following the stage.

Clearly very pleased about taking his first win of the 2016 season, the Norwegian couldn’t contain his joy and danced his way across the presentation podium.

Now in his second full season with Swiss outift IAM Cycling, the 22-year-old came third in the U23 Road Race World Championships back in 2013 and so looks to be one to watch for the future.

After today’s win and celebration we can only hope he goes on to have a very successful career, to give him ample opportunity to bust out these moves at a range of races.

Stage six was the final stage of the 2016 Tour of Croatia, with the overall win taken by Matija Kwasina (Synergy Baku Cycling Project). Scott Davies (Team Wiggins) was the best placed Brit at ninth in the GC.