Team Waoo’s Alexander Kamp completed a glorious solo victory in today’s 134 kilometer long Norwegian race, GP LIllehammer with 2500 meters of elevation.

There was no beating about the bush during the Norwegian one-day race, GP Lillehammer, where Team Waoo dominated from start to finish. With several optimistic and tenacious attempts to make the crucial move, the Danish continental team was full of initiative. On the small laps in Lillehammer, Alexander Kamp was on the spot like he was earlier this year in the Tour of Norway, and he rode solo in the last kilometer and took a convincing victory.

Alexander Kamp says:

“I felt good out there and I was keen to move and create something big when the race first started. In the final I was part of a larger group as things became intense on the small laps, but just as we were gathered on the last hill, I launched a counter move and I managed to hold them behind me to the finish line. Of course it is relieving and I’m proud to be able to represent Team Waoo in this way and again in Lillehammer where I took a similar win earlier this year. “.

DS, Daniel Foder was also very pleased after the race:

“The boys did it perfectly today. They were attacking from the start and with 2500 altitude meters of elevation over only 135 kilometers, it was a hectic and intense race where the whole team made a big and wholehearted effort. Now we look forward to the race, Gulne Gutuer tomorrow, where we are also striving to be up front and show the Team Waoo colors. “