De Kleijn won’t decline special place that comes with winning in Melaka

Show of sprint power: Holland’s Arvid de Kleijn rejoices after winning Stage 6.

PETALING JAYA: Dutch sprinter Arvid de Kleijn won a tight bunch sprint into the finish line of Stage 6 at Dataran Pahlawan here to deliver Tudor Cycling Team’s their second stage win in the Le Tour de Langkawi.

It was a tight tussle against Human Power Health’s Sasha Weemaes who fought hard before losing out narrowly at the line to de Kleijn, who now became the first rider to win two stages this year, apart from being the second Dutchman who won in Melaka, after Jan Koerts in 2001.

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