The final day of racing in the Ardennes saw the peloton tackle two stages.
In the morning the riders would face a 60 kilometre long test that featured six KOMs, including a two kilometre long rise to the line. A group of three escaped early on and they would ultimately go on to contest the stage win, just holding on from the riders who were closing behind. One of those was Felix Gall who continued his good form at the race, picking up a ninth place finish, 12 seconds down on the stage winner. The result moved him into the top ten on GC before the afternoon’s final stage.
The second stage of the day was a flatter affair and formed a familiar pattern with a break escaping and the sprint teams controlling things behind. The original break was caught with 20 kilometres to go and there were a few counter attacks, including a few attacks from Gall, but nothing stuck and the bunch sprint finish was all but inevitable. Gall finished safely within the group and secured a 9th place on GC at the end of the race.