Alexander Kristoff

Alexander Kristoff, born on July 5, 1987, is a professional cyclist from Norway, currently with UCI ProTeam Uno-X Mobility. He has achieved significant victories in his career, including winning the 2014 Milan–San Remo and the 2015 Tour of Flanders.

Kristoff began his cycling career influenced by his stepfather and achieved early success, winning the Norwegian National Youth Road Race Championship at 16. He turned professional in 2006 and quickly made a name for himself. His talent was internationally recognized when he secured a bronze medal in the road race at the 2012 London Olympic Games. Over the years, Kristoff has accumulated an impressive list of victories, including four stage wins in the Tour de France and a series of victories in one-day races and stage races.

His 2021 season included victories such as Scheldeprijs and Clásica de Almería, and he maintained a strong presence in the competitive field with several top-ten finishes. In 2022, Kristoff continued his success, winning races like the Circuit Franco-Belge and securing stages in the Deutschland Tour and Tour of Norway. His consistent performance is also reflected in multiple podium finishes and strong showings at World and European Championships. In 2023, he added victories in the Volta ao Algarve and Tour of Norway to his record, along with a second place in the overall CRO Race, where he also won the points classification.

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