The Colombian cyclist finished with 72 points in the standings, while his compatriot Ivan Sosa finished seventh.
The Swiss Gino Mader overcame in the tenth and final stage of the Tour de L & # 39; Avenir, which traveled 150 kilometers between Val d'Isère and Saint-Colomban-des-Villards Col du Glandon.
The best Colombian was Ivan Sosa, who finished in fifth place with the same time as the winner. In general, the Cundinamarca rider was seventh to two minutes and 16 seconds behind the champion, the Slovenian Tadej Pogacar.
The podium was completed by the Dutch Thymen Arensman, 1 & # 39; 28 ", and the Swiss Gino Mader, 1 & # 39; 35".