The final day of racing at the CRO Race saw a predominantly flat stage end in the expected fast finale, with Tobias Lund Andresen getting up in the sprint to finish in fifth place.
Rolling out from Samobor on Sunday, a relatively straightforward day awaited the bunch. Despite this, there were multiple attacks at the start before a five rider break was able to establish itself after 28 kilometres. They built up a lead of around one minute 30 seconds but things were always kept close, with Team dsm-firmenich contributing to the chase in the closing 40 kilometres. Those out front put up a good fight but nothing could deter the sprint teams and they were caught inside the final lap. Moving forward en masse the team were in a good position at around two kilometres to go, but a surge from behind ahead of the final corners saw them pushed back a bit. Last lead-out Pavel Bittner tried to move Tobias Lund Andresen up, but coming onto the final straight Lund Andresen had to open up from far. Weaving his way past riders, and a crash, the young Dane was able to show his power once again and take another fine fifth place result on the stage. The final day of action also saw the team secure a top ten on GC in the form of Matt Dinham who took eighth.