just like the inaugural stage, the young Laurens Huys distinguished himself in the heights of the Tour of Norway this Thursday. The third stage lead the riders to the top of the Stavsro climb, 12 kilometers long at 7.6%.
The Belgian followed the best climbers of the race on the slopes of the final ascent, after benefiting from the help of his teammates in the echelons.
Positioned by Alexander Kristoff at the foot, Huys eventually secured fifth place at the finish. A performance that propels him to ninth place in the general classification.