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Tirreno-Adriatico - Stage 3

The first of three very tough hilly stages in this year's Tirrano sees the riders attempt this 228km classic like route into Chieti. This one has a very hard last 40 kilometres after a pretty lump first 188 kilometres which should serve as a pretty decent yardstick for the overall here and perhaps the Ardennes classics later on.

The first two stages have seen some attacking riding and sadly yesterday some crashes, once again it is a wet day in Italy so more tumbles could be on the horizon. All things being equal much of the speculation is that this could come down to a battle between elder statemen
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/vesuvio.png Frank Schleck
and race leader
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/pendletons.png Philippe Gilbert
along with rising stars
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/pearl.png Jan Bakelants
and young jersey leader
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/wiggle.png Simone Ponzi

All four are part of a select 13 riders still within 20 seconds of race leader Gilbert, other names to watch in that group are:
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/spyker.png Maurice Schreurs
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/sonyericson.png Alessandro Ballan
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/rapha.png Chris Froome
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/rapha.png Jonathan Bellis
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/nestle.png Joaquin Rodriguez Oliver
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/webeffect.png Sergio Ghisalberti

There was some misfortune yesterday for
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/festina.png Diego Ulissi
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/bo.png Edvald Boasson Hagen
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/bo.png Domenik Klemme
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/sonyericson.png Robin van der Hugenhaben
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/jackwolfskin.png Joost Posthuma
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/milka.png Aleksandr Efimkin
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/wikipedia.png Danny Summerhill
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/santander.png David LĂłpez Garcia
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/ubs.png Michael Albasini

and they along with a host of others will look to get themselves back into a shout of a top 10 GC placing today and tomorrow.

We get another attacking start and this leads to a decent 7 man breakaway


i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/bacardi.png Gediminas Bagdonas
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/colombia.png Miguel Angel Rubiano Chavez
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/jackwolfskin.png Paul Martens
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/milka.png Thomas De Gendt
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/pendletons.png Jonathan McEvoy
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/santander.png Daniel Allonca
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/ubs.png Maximiliano Richeze

make up this move with McEvoy and Martens the best placed on GC just over five minutes back. Cafe de Colombia with a rider in the break again looking to repeat yesterday's stage win certainly food for thought for the Giro Organisation that have banned the Colombian team from the Italian Grand Tour. It's also a strange move for UBS sprinter Richeze who has been with his team very quiet in this race after a decent Tour of Oman showing.

In the pack Pendleton's are at the front as you would expect.


However they are not really piling on a huge pace in this early section and it is probably just as well as we get a number of crashes and punctures to riders such as
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/bo.png Thomas Riber-Sellebjerg
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/warnerbros.png CĂ©sar Rojas Villegas
and Milka's leader
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/milka.png Aleksandr Efimkin

but nothing really serious and all crash and puncture victims are able to make it back.

The first King of the Mountains prime is worth 16 points to the winner and so with current leader
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/rapha.png Tesfar Teklit
only on 8 points we are going to get a new leader.

It is
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/bacardi.png Gediminas Bagdonas
who sprints clear ahead of
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/milka.png Thomas De Gendt


The Lithuanian then takes over the King of the Mountains lead ahead of the former Eritrean leader! The full points were as follows: Bagdonas (160, De Gendt (12), Richeze (10), Martens (8), R. Chavez (6), McEvoy (4) and Allonca (2).

Note that the Pendletons rider McEvoy is not working for the breakaway and Santander's Allonca is certianly struggling every time there is a gradient. The lead however approaches nearly 11 minutes before some of the favourite teams start to chase.


It is i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/wiggle.png Wiggle and i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/vesuvio.png Vesuvio who are doing the grunt work. Almost as soon as the chasing start's some of the heavy sprinters slide back feeling it is time to form a gruppeto, the first names back there are
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/carmeuse.png Theo Bos
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/pearl.png Jacopo Guarnieri

The slippery roads are continuing to cause damage and now the peloton are in racing mode these are proving decisive now. A particular nasty one see's
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/nestle.png Jacob Fiedler
fall heavily.


This also causes
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/festina.png Geert Steurs
to fall and unfortunately the Belgian cobbler has to abandon.

The steady chasing has reduced the massive 10+ minute gap down to a more sensible 5 and a half minutes with 60km to go. It is Wiggle that are doing a huge amount of work with their Italian climbers, but this does not stop
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/carmeuse.png Guillaume Levarlet

The Frenchman lies some 6.15 back from Gilbert in 84th place on GC, so he knows only a long range move will work. But he is seen by the others as a threat and his gap is pegged at around 40 to 50 seconds. He isn't caught though quickly with more falls probably making the peloton slow down from time to time.
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/spyker.png Francesco Bellotti
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/ubs.png Simon Zahner
being two more fairly decent roulers to find the floor.

The breakaway rolls through the first sprint with
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/milka.png Thomas De Gendt
taking it ahead of
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/bacardi.png Gediminas Bagdonas
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/pendletons.png Jonathan McEvoy


The Pendleton's rider has started to work now that his team have moved away from the front of the front of the pack. Indeed race leader Gilbert despite his lead seems to be being talked down of his overall chances against the likes of Ponzi, Bakelandts and Schleck. The key last 40 kilometres will see whether any of those three can make their presence felt.


There are several little steep climbs here that remind us of an Amstal Gold or a Liege-Bastogne -Liege classic. The first of those is raced at full speed the break having 3 and a half minutes on Levelet and just over four minutes on the wiggle led peloon (down to 94 riders).

The early parts of the climb see's the weaker riders from the breakaway found out with

i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/santander.png Daniel Allonca
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/ubs.png Maximiliano Richeze

going first, followed by:


i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/colombia.png Miguel Angel Rubiano Chavez
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/bacardi.png Gediminas Bagdonas

This steep first hill is also splitting the peloton into pieces with half the pack split, race radio is reporting that
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/bo.png Edvald Boasson Hagen
is in the latter half.


He simply doesn't look up for the fight in this race after being delayed by yesterdays crash and out of position on day one. Towards the top of the climb more decent names are dropped including
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/wikipedia.png Danny Summerhill
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/rapha.png Chris Froome
and stage two winner
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/colombia.png Honorio Machado

We have three leaders left then of the original 7 man breakaway with
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/milka.png Thomas De Gendt
again taking the six seconds and six points ahead this time of
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/jackwolfskin.png Paul Martens
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/pendletons.png Jonathan McEvoy


The bonuses are not too important as the pack has the break with the five minutes that Martens and McEvoy are down. Indeed the attacking Levelet is already starting to pick off the fallen riders as he joins Allonca.


The break will contest the last king of the mountains prime with the winner getting 6 points and De Gendt second on the first climb will nab it by attacking over the top.


McEvoy takes second with Martens third, the net result is that De Gendt has the King of the Mountains lead with 18 points over Bagdonas with 16 points, the Lithuanian being dropped before this prime.

The attack asssumedly to take the points takes a second purpose as Martens and McEvoy are unable to close the gap back up. This leaves Milka's useful rouler in the sole lead.


The KoM climb has also caused more riders to drop back from the favourites group with Froome having clawed his way back his team mate 4th on GC
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/rapha.png Jonathan Bellis
drops back.


We move onto into the last 22 kilometres here is the race situation:
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/milka.png Thomas De Gendt

i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/pendletons.png Jonathan McEvoy
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/jackwolfskin.png Paul Martens
at 1.07

i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/carmeuse.png Guillaume Levarlet
at 1.37

with the i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/wiggle.png wiggle led 35 man favourites group at 2.25

10 man Summerhill/Fuglsang group at 3.36

Bellis group at 4.29

Danacek group at 4.58

Flecha group at 5.15

Hagen group at 8.40

The plucky French Carmuese rider joins up with the two chasers in front of him.


The favourites group continues to shred numbers as we get to the third to last climb their numbers are down to just 32.


i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/wiggle.png Popovich, Bertagnolli, Ziani, Pavarin, Nocentini, Grippo, Ponzi
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/vesuvio.png Hoogerland, Stundzia, Schleck
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/pearl.png Vastaranta, Walker, Bakelandts
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/pendletons.png Moletta, Downing, Margaliot, Gilbert
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/milka.png Kreuzinger, Efimkin
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/bo.png Guldhammer, Klemme
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/festina.png Dees, Ljungbald, Ulissi
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/sonyericson.png Ballan, Van der Hugnehaben
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/santander.png Del Nero, Lopez Garcia
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/rapha.png Chris Froome
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/spyker.png Maurice Schreurs
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/webeffect.png Sergio Ghisalberti
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/nestle.png Joaquin Rodriguez Oliver

make up this 32 man favourites group note not much news of
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/jackwolfskin.png Joost Posthuma
he is miles back seemingly like Hagen effected by yesterday's crashes.

On this little steep climb (third to last from finish), Froome launches an ambitious attack as the peloton reel in Martens and McEvoy (Leverlet slightly ahead)

Froome is followed by Ulissi and the duo join Leverlet a little way clear of the favourites group. But Wiggle are determined to chase this down for their leader Ponzi. They catch all three before the lengthy penultimate climb.


The Anglo-Italian team have done a huge job here and more riders are falling off the back including one of their own as Grippo, Dees and Stundzia are detached.

De Gendt is still plugging away up front but dreams of a stage win are rapidly disappearing.


Rapha Condor having lost Bellis from the lead group seem to have instructed Froome to keep trying and once again the Brit tries to attack with Ulissi again the rider who follows.


This acceleration proves the end of De Gendt with also Klemme, Kreuzinger, Guldhammer, Downing, Margaliot, Nocentini, Ljungbald going backwards.

Sensing that his teammates have done all they can as Froome and Ulissi are reeled in yet again, Ponzi goes on the attack.


It's a really fierce move from the young Italian, however it has grabbed the attentions of Frank Schleck who moves to the front to keep him in check.


Lopez Garcia is amongst the next wave of riders to drop away from contention.


Schleck and Bakelandts manage to bring back Ponzi on the downhill the pace though has detached them and three others from the other favourites.


Gilbert, Ulissi and Froome have joined Schleck, Bakelandts and Ponzi in making the cut. Efimkin quickly realises the danger and bridges.


As he does though the Belgain dangerman Bakelandts goes on the offensive with an attack.


With the last 2100m steep climb Pearl Adidas's big hill climbing rider has a 25 second gap


Schleck, Gilbert, Ponzi, Froome, Efimking and Ulissi have a further 25 seconds on a group of ten behind. This group of ten are Caruso, Ballan, Scheurs, Ghiselberti, Van den Hugenhaben, Rodriguez, Vanstaranta, Hoogerland and Moletta.

Coming onto this final dig we can see it is Efimkin who is leading it out ahead of Gilbert and Schleck who are building up for a final push. Ponzi is looking a little far back here if those two make an acceleration.


Back in the group of ten Ghiselberti tries to get out of the group up to the six man group ahead.


The six man group is splitting into two three's as Ullisi and Froome cannot hold Schleck's wheel. Ponzi is trying to come around and battle back up.


Schleck has come firmly off of Gilbert and Efimkins wheel and is putting it all on a late move to try and get back to Bakelandts.


But he has either misjudged this or could not follow Bakelandts at the time, the Pearl Adidas rider gets the win and probably a time gap to take the GC lead.


Schleck was the fastest in the last 1500m but he couldn't quite get up to this talented Belgian.


He does however gap race leader Gilbert and Efimkin.


Ponzi, Ulissi and Froome follow the Russian in 5th, 6th and 7th.


With Ghiselbert leading the rest home 45 seconds behind the Brit.


Gaps have been recorded between each of the first 7, this with the time bonuses gives Bakelandts a 21 second lead over now points leader Gilbert and 23 seconds over Schleck. Ponzi seemed to make some tactical blunders there and is back in 4th at 58 seconds, Froome an excellent 5th.

The other contenders fan out behind those five, certainly plenty of exciting racing to come. Though Hagen looks way out of it after finishing 70th today over 18 minutes back.

Stage results
1Jan BakelantsPearl Adidas6h00'55
2Frank SchleckVesuvio-Accumalux+ 15
3Philippe GilbertPendleton's Twicer+ 29
4Aleksandr EfimkinMilka - Vittel+ 42
5Simone PonziWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 50
6Diego UlissiFestina - Conec+ 1'00
7Chris FroomeRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 1'10
8Sergio GhisalbertiWebeffect+ 1'56
9Damiano CarusoWiggle - San Pellegrinos.t.
10Robin van der HugenhabenSony Ericssons.t.
11Maurice SchreursSpyker Carss.t.
12Joaquin Rodriguez OliverNestlé Cycling Teams.t.
13Alessandro BallanSony Ericsson+ 2'18
14Tommy ZainiWiggle - San Pellegrinos.t.
15Jukka VastarantaPearl Adidass.t.
16Andrea MolettaPendleton's Twicers.t.
17Johnny HoogerlandVesuvio-Accumalux+ 2'32
18Jesus Del NeroSantander+ 3'19
19David LĂłpez GarciaSantander+ 3'30
20William WalkerPearl Adidass.t.
21Marcello PavarinWiggle - San Pellegrinos.t.
22Leonardo BertagnolliWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 3'56
23Guillaume LevarletCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 4'06
24Thomas De GendtMilka - Vittel+ 4'26
25Domenik KlemmeTeam B&O+ 4'38
26Jonathan BellisRapha Condor - Qhubekas.t.
27Roman KreuzigerMilka - Vittel+ 4'59
28Russell DowningPendleton's Twicers.t.
29Jonas LjungbladFestina - Conecs.t.
30Ran MargaliotPendleton's Twicer+ 5'10
31Rasmus GuldhammerTeam B&Os.t.
32Rinaldo NocentiniWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 5'50
33Danny SummerhillWikipedia+ 6'34
34Tim DeesFestina - Conec+ 7'35
35José Antonio Baños BallesterCafé de Colombia+ 7'47
36Michael AlbasiniUBS - La Pierres.t.
37Salvatore MancusoBacardi - Igniss.t.
38Honorio MachadoCafé de Colombias.t.
39Paul MartensJack Wolfskin+ 8'01
40Laurens Ten DamJack Wolfskins.t.
41Jonathan McEvoyPendleton's Twicers.t.
42Chiaffredo GrippoWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 8'16
43Drasutis StundziaVesuvio-Accumalux+ 8'24
44Matea KvasinaVesuvio-Accumalux+ 10'33
45Jakob FuglsangSpyker Carss.t.
46Jakub DanacikSony Ericsson+ 10'42
47Paolo LocatelliWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 10'49
48Gediminas BagdonasBacardi - Ignis+ 11'01
49Paride GrilloSony Ericsson+ 11'07
50Francisco José TerciadoBacardi - Ignis+ 11'17
51Romain ZingleWebeffect+ 11'50
52Maximiliano RichezeUBS - La Pierre+ 12'03
53Miguel Angel Rubiano ChavezCafé de Colombias.t.
54SĂ©bastien RosselerJack Wolfskin+ 12'19
55Antonio Colom MasWarner Brotherss.t.
56Juan-Antonio FlechaWarner Brotherss.t.
57Juan Van HeerdenWikipedia+ 13'21
58Blel KadriSpyker Cars+ 14'00
59Borut BozicPendleton's Twicers.t.
60Steven CummingsPendleton's Twicer+ 14'10
61Peter KennaughRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 14'20
62Andrew TennantRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 14'53
63Welle JallaysJack Wolfskins.t.
64Tesfar TeklitRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 15'02
65Dominique RollinWikipedias.t.
66Cheng JiPearl Adidas+ 15'13
67Richie PorteMilka - Vittel+ 16'06
68Timothy VangheelWikipedias.t.
69Adrian MaloriMilka - Vittel+ 16'25
70Edvald Boasson HagenTeam B&O+ 18'15
71Alexandre GeniezSpyker Carss.t.
72Pedro Sibila RomeroWarner Brotherss.t.
73Fabio SilvestreWebeffects.t.
74Koen De KortJack Wolfskins.t.
75Mathieu HeijboerBacardi - Ignis+ 18'31
76Tsgabu Gebremaryam GrmayRapha Condor - Qhubekas.t.
77Christian MeierWikipedia+ 18'56
78Andreas StauffVesuvio-Accumaluxs.t.
79Erick RowsellRapha Condor - Qhubekas.t.
80Tony GallopinCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecoms.t.
81Enrico FranzoiPearl Adidas+ 20'33
82Artemio MoschellaVesuvio-Accumaluxs.t.
83Jesse SergentWarner Brotherss.t.
84Daniel AlloncaSantander+ 20'44
85Óscar GueraoSantander+ 20'54
86Nico SchinkerVesuvio-Accumalux+ 21'23
87Michael ReihsSony Ericssons.t.
88Niki ØstergaardFestina - Conecs.t.
89Pieter MertensPendleton's Twicers.t.
90Hernùni BrocoNestlé Cycling Teams.t.
91Aleksandr MironovWebeffect+ 22'04
92Ludovic BretMilka - Vittels.t.
93Niels ScheunemannSpyker Cars+ 22'31
94Sven VandousselaereCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecoms.t.
95Jos Van EmdenJack Wolfskin+ 23'00
96Greg De WindeWarner Brothers+ 23'07
97Alexis Castro RodriguezWarner Brotherss.t.
98Jacob FiedlerNestlé Cycling Team+ 23'48
99Francesco BellottiSpyker Carss.t.
100Thomas BontenackelsWebeffect+ 24'06
101Gian Piero SignoriniUBS - La Pierre+ 24'56
102Martin MortensenSony Ericsson+ 25'17
103Christopher SchmiegWebeffect+ 25'53
104Saulo LayNestlé Cycling Team+ 26'10
105Mathieu BernaudeauFestina - Conecs.t.
106Joost PosthumaJack Wolfskins.t.
107Kristof VandewalleJack Wolfskin+ 27'31
108Danilo KupfernagelNestlé Cycling Team+ 28'36
109Kristian SobotaTeam B&O+ 29'39
110Ramunas NavardauskasFestina - Conec+ 30'02
111Michel SibillaNestlé Cycling Team+ 30'18
112David LoosliNestlé Cycling Team+ 31'10
113CĂ©sar Rojas VillegasWarner Brotherss.t.
114Joseph PerrettRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 31'34
115Simon ZahnerUBS - La Pierre+ 31'49
116Giacomo NizzoloPearl Adidas+ 32'06
117Patrick GretschNestlé Cycling Team+ 32'53
118Tyler ButterfieldBacardi - Ignis+ 33'33
119Christian PoosTeam D+ 35'06
120Manuel Antonio CardosoPearl Adidas+ 35'12
121Juan Pablo ForeroMilka - Vittels.t.
122Morten ReckwegTeam B&Os.t.
123Anthony José BreaCafé de Colombia+ 36'21
124Juan Esteban ArangoCafé de Colombia+ 36'51
125Aitor GaldosSantander+ 36'58
126Michael Faerk ChristensenTeam B&Os.t.
127Maciej PaterskiVesuvio-Accumaluxs.t.
128Alexander KristoffUBS - La Pierre+ 37'49
129Marco PinottiTeam D+ 38'28
130Remy BourdouxheWebeffect+ 38'34
131René HaselbacherTeam D+ 41'56
132Gregor GazvodaWebeffect+ 42'25
133Freddy JohanssonSony Ericssons.t.
134Reinhardt Janse van RensburgWikipedias.t.
135Kevin PeetersCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 44'05
136Sam BennettCafé de Colombias.t.
137Dimitri ChampionUBS - La Pierre+ 45'34
138Thomas Riber-SellebjergTeam B&Os.t.
139Aggrey SebrightWikipedia+ 45'58
140Janek TombakTeam D+ 46'23
141Morgan KneiskyCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 47'52
142Jacopo GuarnieriPearl Adidas+ 48'04
143Theo BosCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecoms.t.
144Danny PateWikipedias.t.
145Cayetano SarmientoCafé de Colombia+ 48'44
146Alexander GiraldoWarner Brothers+ 51'42

1Jan BakelantsPearl Adidas13h06'28
2Philippe GilbertPendleton's Twicer+ 21
3Frank SchleckVesuvio-Accumalux+ 23
4Simone PonziWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 58
5Chris FroomeRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 1'30
6Maurice SchreursSpyker Cars+ 2'16
7Damiano CarusoWiggle - San Pellegrinos.t.
8Joaquin Rodriguez OliverNestlé Cycling Teams.t.
9Sergio GhisalbertiWebeffects.t.
10Alessandro BallanSony Ericsson+ 2'38
11Johnny HoogerlandVesuvio-Accumalux+ 2'52
12Aleksandr EfimkinMilka - Vittel+ 3'33
13Diego UlissiFestina - Conec+ 3'43
14Jukka VastarantaPearl Adidas+ 4'00
15Jesus Del NeroSantander+ 4'21
16Robin van der HugenhabenSony Ericsson+ 4'47
17Jonathan BellisRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 4'58
18Andrea MolettaPendleton's Twicer+ 5'54
19Marcello PavarinWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 6'21
20David LĂłpez GarciaSantanders.t.
21William WalkerPearl Adidass.t.
22Rasmus GuldhammerTeam B&O+ 6'52
23Domenik KlemmeTeam B&O+ 7'29
24Tommy ZainiWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 7'32
25Roman KreuzigerMilka - Vittel+ 9'12
26Jonas LjungbladFestina - Conecs.t.
27Danny SummerhillWikipedia+ 9'25
28Russell DowningPendleton's Twicer+ 10'13
29Guillaume LevarletCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 10'21
30Ran MargaliotPendleton's Twicer+ 10'24
31Michael AlbasiniUBS - La Pierre+ 10'38
32Thomas De GendtMilka - Vittel+ 10'46
33Jakob FuglsangSpyker Cars+ 10'53
34Honorio MachadoCafé de Colombia+ 10'59
35Rinaldo NocentiniWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 11'04
36Tim DeesFestina - Conec+ 11'17
37Leonardo BertagnolliWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 11'41
38Salvatore MancusoBacardi - Ignis+ 12'00
39Chiaffredo GrippoWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 12'17
40Paul MartensJack Wolfskin+ 13'08
41Jonathan McEvoyPendleton's Twicer+ 13'11
42Matea KvasinaVesuvio-Accumalux+ 13'13
43Drasutis StundziaVesuvio-Accumalux+ 13'35
44Francisco José TerciadoBacardi - Ignis+ 14'08
45Jakub DanacikSony Ericsson+ 14'24
46Juan-Antonio FlechaWarner Brothers+ 14'32
47Laurens Ten DamJack Wolfskin+ 14'33
48Paride GrilloSony Ericsson+ 14'49
49Antonio Colom MasWarner Brothers+ 15'06
50SĂ©bastien RosselerJack Wolfskin+ 15'10
51José Antonio Baños BallesterCafé de Colombia+ 15'32
52Romain ZingleWebeffect+ 17'01
53Juan Van HeerdenWikipedia+ 17'03
54Gediminas BagdonasBacardi - Ignis+ 17'10
55Maximiliano RichezeUBS - La Pierre+ 17'17
56Blel KadriSpyker Cars+ 17'18
57Tesfar TeklitRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 17'53
58Paolo LocatelliWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 18'34
59Adrian MaloriMilka - Vittel+ 18'48
60Borut BozicPendleton's Twicer+ 19'14
61Steven CummingsPendleton's Twicer+ 19'24
62Peter KennaughRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 19'34
63Timothy VangheelWikipedia+ 19'48
64Miguel Angel Rubiano ChavezCafé de Colombias.t.
65Richie PorteMilka - Vittel+ 21'05
66Edvald Boasson HagenTeam B&O+ 21'06
67Andrew TennantRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 21'25
68Cheng JiPearl Adidas+ 21'45
69Mathieu HeijboerBacardi - Ignis+ 22'07
70Welle JallaysJack Wolfskin+ 22'38
71Dominique RollinWikipedia+ 22'47
72Michael ReihsSony Ericsson+ 24'14
73Artemio MoschellaVesuvio-Accumalux+ 24'34
74Tony GallopinCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 25'09
75Erick RowsellRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 25'33
76Enrico FranzoiPearl Adidas+ 25'44
77Pedro Sibila RomeroWarner Brothers+ 26'00
78Fabio SilvestreWebeffects.t.
79Óscar GueraoSantander+ 26'08
80Jacob FiedlerNestlé Cycling Team+ 26'11
81Tsgabu Gebremaryam GrmayRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 26'16
82Andreas StauffVesuvio-Accumalux+ 26'21
83Christian MeierWikipedia+ 26'41
84Jesse SergentWarner Brothers+ 27'05
85Daniel AlloncaSantander+ 27'21
86Gian Piero SignoriniUBS - La Pierre+ 27'47
87Francesco BellottiSpyker Cars+ 28'01
88Jos Van EmdenJack Wolfskin+ 28'14
89Koen De KortJack Wolfskins.t.
90Alexandre GeniezSpyker Carss.t.
91Joost PosthumaJack Wolfskin+ 29'01
92Pieter MertensPendleton's Twicer+ 29'08
93Niels ScheunemannSpyker Carss.t.
94Thomas BontenackelsWebeffect+ 29'20
95Aleksandr MironovWebeffect+ 29'29
96Ludovic BretMilka - Vittel+ 29'49
97Martin MortensenSony Ericsson+ 30'31
98Greg De WindeWarner Brothers+ 30'52
99Alexis Castro RodriguezWarner Brotherss.t.
100Sven VandousselaereCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 31'06
101Niki ØstergaardFestina - Conec+ 31'22
102Nico SchinkerVesuvio-Accumaluxs.t.
103Mathieu BernaudeauFestina - Conec+ 31'24
104Danilo KupfernagelNestlé Cycling Team+ 33'50
105Hernùni BrocoNestlé Cycling Team+ 34'12
106Saulo LayNestlé Cycling Team+ 36'09
107David LoosliNestlé Cycling Team+ 36'15
108Simon ZahnerUBS - La Pierre+ 37'00
109Kristian SobotaTeam B&O+ 37'24
110Kristof VandewalleJack Wolfskin+ 37'30
111Maciej PaterskiVesuvio-Accumalux+ 39'49
112Giacomo NizzoloPearl Adidas+ 39'51
113Ramunas NavardauskasFestina - Conec+ 39'54
114Michel SibillaNestlé Cycling Team+ 40'17
115Morten ReckwegTeam B&O+ 40'23
116Juan Pablo ForeroMilka - Vittel+ 40'26
117CĂ©sar Rojas VillegasWarner Brothers+ 41'09
118Joseph PerrettRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 41'26
119Christopher SchmiegWebeffect+ 42'29
120Christian PoosTeam D+ 42'51
121Manuel Antonio CardosoPearl Adidas+ 42'57
122Michael Faerk ChristensenTeam B&O+ 43'11
123Tyler ButterfieldBacardi - Ignis+ 43'32
124Patrick GretschNestlé Cycling Team+ 44'59
125Anthony José BreaCafé de Colombia+ 46'20
126Juan Esteban ArangoCafé de Colombia+ 46'50
127Aitor GaldosSantander+ 46'57
128Freddy JohanssonSony Ericsson+ 47'39
129Reinhardt Janse van RensburgWikipedia+ 50'10
130Danny PateWikipedia+ 50'55
131Sam BennettCafé de Colombia+ 51'30
132Remy BourdouxheWebeffect+ 51'50
133René HaselbacherTeam D+ 53'05
134Alexander KristoffUBS - La Pierre+ 54'56
135Thomas Riber-SellebjergTeam B&O+ 55'33
136Dimitri ChampionUBS - La Pierres.t.
137Jacopo GuarnieriPearl Adidas+ 55'49
138Kevin PeetersCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 57'39
139Aggrey SebrightWikipedia+ 58'04
140Cayetano SarmientoCafé de Colombia+ 58'43
141Gregor GazvodaWebeffect+ 59'32
142Marco PinottiTeam D+ 59'42
143Morgan KneiskyCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 1h01'26
144Theo BosCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 1h02'03
145Alexander GiraldoWarner Brothers+ 1h04'58
146Janek TombakTeam D+ 1h06'52

1Philippe GilbertPendleton's Twicer1641
2Simone PonziWiggle - San Pellegrino1232
3Frank SchleckVesuvio-Accumalux2032
4Honorio MachadoCafé de Colombia029
5Diego UlissiFestina - Conec1026
6Blel KadriSpyker Cars026
7Jan BakelantsPearl Adidas2525
8Juan-Antonio FlechaWarner Brothers018
9Chris FroomeRapha Condor - Qhubeka917
10Aleksandr EfimkinMilka - Vittel1416
11Maurice SchreursSpyker Cars514
12Jonathan BellisRapha Condor - Qhubeka014
13Adrian MaloriMilka - Vittel014
14Robin van der HugenhabenSony Ericsson612
15Mathieu HeijboerBacardi - Ignis012
16Thomas De GendtMilka - Vittel1212
17Jakob FuglsangSpyker Cars010
18Jesus Del NeroSantander010

1Thomas De GendtMilka - Vittel1818
2Gediminas BagdonasBacardi - Ignis1616
3Paul MartensJack Wolfskin1010
4Maximiliano RichezeUBS - La Pierre1010
5Tesfar TeklitRapha Condor - Qhubeka08
6Jonathan McEvoyPendleton's Twicer88
7Jan BakelantsPearl Adidas66
8Jakob FuglsangSpyker Cars06
9Adrian MaloriMilka - Vittel06
10Miguel Angel Rubiano ChavezCafé de Colombia66
11SĂ©bastien RosselerJack Wolfskin05
12Blel KadriSpyker Cars05
13Frank SchleckVesuvio-Accumalux44
14Honorio MachadoCafé de Colombia04
15Juan-Antonio FlechaWarner Brothers03
16Antonio Colom MasWarner Brothers03
17Francisco José TerciadoBacardi - Ignis03
18Philippe GilbertPendleton's Twicer22
19Richie PorteMilka - Vittel02
20Daniel AlloncaSantander22

NameTeamGeneral Time
Simone PonziWiggle - San Pellegrino13h07'26 (1)
Maurice SchreursSpyker Cars+ 1'18 (2)
Damiano CarusoWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 1'18 (3)
Diego UlissiFestina - Conec+ 2'45 (4)
Jonathan BellisRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 4'00 (5)
Rasmus GuldhammerTeam B&O+ 5'54 (6)
Tommy ZainiWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 6'34 (7)
Danny SummerhillWikipedia+ 8'27 (8)
Ran MargaliotPendleton's Twicer+ 9'26 (9)
Tim DeesFestina - Conec+ 10'19 (10)
Chiaffredo GrippoWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 11'19 (11)
Jonathan McEvoyPendleton's Twicer+ 12'13 (12)
Jakub DanacikSony Ericsson+ 13'26 (13)
Romain ZingleWebeffect+ 16'03 (14)
Tesfar TeklitRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 16'55 (15)

TeamGeneral Time
Wiggle - San Pellegrino39h25'28 (1)
Pearl Adidas+ 4'37 (2)
Vesuvio-Accumalux+ 6'07 (3)
Milka - Vittel+ 7'18 (4)
Sony Ericsson+ 9'52 (5)
Pendleton's Twicer+ 10'52 (6)
Festina - Conec+ 13'14 (7)
Rapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 15'04 (8)
Spyker Cars+ 21'09 (9)
Team B&O+ 29'23 (10)

Edited by Roman on 17-10-2016 05:28

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