Jakobsen was helped by Remco Evenepoel and Yves Lampaert with three kilometres remaining, with the team lead-out man Michael Morkov launching the Dutch sprinter.
Second place went to Elia Viviani, and Alexander Kristoff took third.
“It’s an honour to be part of this team. I think everybody saw today what a textbook lead is. I’m happy to have the legs to finish it off,” Jakobsen explained.
“Yesterday I was boxed-in and couldn’t sprint. That’s frustrating for a sprinter but we had a talk and today we made a plan and stuck to it. I have to thank all the guys, we controlled the stage and did the lead out and I was the fastest.
Aleksandr Vlasov (Bora-hansgrohe) finished in the peloton and so kept the leader’s yellow jersey and celebrated his first ever stage race success. Remco Evenepoel (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl) finished 32 seconds down, with Carlos Rodriguez (Ineos Grenadiers) third overall at 36 seconds.
¡Tremendaaaaa victoria! El gran Fabio Jakobsen se lleva la victoria en el sprint de la última etapa de la carrera ¡Felicitaciones!
— Señal Deportes (@SenalDeportes) February 6, 2022