Antonio Tiberi win the white jersey at the Giro

This was a great result for the Team Bahrain Victorious rider, who finished fifth in the general classification with a 12'49’ gap to the pink jersey Tadej Pogacar.

The Giro d'Italia 2024 ended with the traditional procession through the streets of the Italian capital, which ended in a bunch sprint, won by Tim Merlier (Soudal Quick-Step).
The finish line was set on the Via dei Fori Imperiali, where the Roman monuments celebrating the glories of the emperors of Ancient Rome are located, and on Sunday, two new rulers were crowned. The names of Caesar, Augustus, Nerva and Trajan were joined by Tadej Pogačar (United Arab Emirates) and Antonio Tiberi of Team Bahrain Victorious. Pogačar won the overall title by a margin of 9'56", the widest margin since Vittorio Adorni in 1965. Tiberi became the first Italian to win the ‘Best Young Rider’ classification in almost a decade, and only the third to do so this century.

‘It's impossible to describe this feeling,’ Antonio said. ‘It's like a dream; to be here in my region, with the white Giro jersey and 5th place in the general classification is simply fantastic. My family and the fans are all here, and I feel like I'm just starting to realise what I've achieved and what it means. It's a super exciting moment for me, a super special moment.

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