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Tirreno-Adriatico - Stage 6
Smowz
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Here we are then the last of the hilly stages before tomorrow's flat finale and another hard one which is being described as the queen stage of the race. As ever most of the talk at the start line is between the rider in the red corner
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/vesuvio.png Frank Schleck
and in the white and blue corner
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/pearl.png Jan Bakelants

Points leader
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/pendletons.png Philippe Gilbert
, youth leader
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/wiggle.png Simone Ponzi
fellow Italians
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/webeffect.png Sergio Ghisalberti
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/festina.png Diego Ulissi
and other hilly specialists
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/nestle.png Joaquin Rodriguez Oliver
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/spyker.png Maurice Schreurs
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/milka.png Aleksandr Efimkin
and
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/rapha.png Chris Froome

have shown in previous stages they are up for the GC fight, though today the almost mountainous climbs may make things a bit tougher and we are on the sixth day of this tough race.

Some different names in the break of the day which comprises 11 riders:

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Let's start with a familiar name to breakaways at the Tirrano Adriatico
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/bacardi.png Gediminas Bagdonas
he is joined today by
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/colombia.png Miguel Angel Rubiano Chavez
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/festina.png Mathieu Bernaudeau
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/jackwolfskin.png Welle Jallays
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/milka.png Richie Porte
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/santander.png Daniel Allonca
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/spyker.png Francesco Bellotti
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/bo.png Morten Reckweg
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/warnerbros.png Juan-Antonio Flecha
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/webeffect.png Fabio Silvestre
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/wikipedia.png Juan Van Heerden
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/ubs.png Maximiliano Richeze
and
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/rapha.png Peter Kennaugh

With 104 km to go the break has built up nearly a nine minute lead before the big climb. Upon reaching the climb a couple of riders realise that this breakaway may not have been such a good idea.

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i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/festina.png Mathieu Bernaudeau
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/santander.png Daniel Allonca
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/bo.png Morten Reckweg

all slip off the back on this nasty first King of the Mountains climb. In the peloton it is Wiggle with their superbly strong Italian riders setting tempo.

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They are just keeping it steady and the break keep a decent lead as they approach the top. Again the points are very small for the winner of the climbs today all three mountain primes are 5 points for the winners, 3 for second and 1 for third. The chance is there for Bagdonas but again he is out of the points at the first instead
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/jackwolfskin.png Welle Jallays

gets the 1st place.

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he nabs it ahead of
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/colombia.png Miguel Angel Rubiano Chavez
and
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/spyker.png Francesco Bellotti
with both Jallays and Chavez adding to previous tallys.

i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/bacardi.png Gediminas Bagdonas
gets the next prime that is just rolled over.

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Trouble is, is that it is a sprint prime that he takes ahead of
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/ubs.png Maximiliano Richeze
and
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/rapha.png Peter Kennaugh

They start to plunge down off of this high point of the days racing with 80km to go the lead 10 have a massive 10.30 on the pack. This could be the day for the breakaway though none have any chances as yet of making serious top 10 GC claims.

Two riders however who will be out of the stage win reckoning are
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/webeffect.png Fabio Silvestre
and
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/milka.png Richie Porte
who are dropped on the next KoM climb.

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The best climber out of the eight left
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/spyker.png Francesco Bellotti
nabs the prime ahead of
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/wikipedia.png Juan Van Heerden
and
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/warnerbros.png Juan-Antonio Flecha

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Again nothing for Bagdonas who has had a couple of oppurtunites to overhaul long time Mountians leader
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/milka.png Thomas De Gendt
who will be secure in that jersey as
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/bacardi.png Gediminas Bagdonas
and
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/rapha.png Peter Kennaugh
are dropped on that climb.

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

is dropped here too as we have just five rider left in our breakaway the last Prime climb sees
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/warnerbros.png Juan-Antonio Flecha
take it ahead of
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/wikipedia.png Juan Van Heerden
and
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/spyker.png Francesco Bellotti

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It also see's
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/colombia.png Miguel Angel Rubiano Chavez
dropped.

We also are starting to see a selection on the still to be honest sluggish peloton, the 6th day of racing is seeing a lack of concentration in
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/wikipedia.png Danny Summerhill
and
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/santander.png Jesus Del Nero
who are possibly thinking of setting up their lead sprinters tomorrow as they slip back.

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That being said Wikipedia's lead sprinter is having a great day on this lumpy stage with 30km to go he and the three other breakaways lead the pack by nearly 6 minutes.

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i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/wikipedia.png Juan Van Heerden
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/warnerbros.png Juan-Antonio Flecha
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/spyker.png Francesco Bellotti
and
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/jackwolfskin.png Welle Jallays

are looking to get down on the record books here, but they do have a tough finale.

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Behind the favourites teams still sense glory with Pearl Adidas and Vesuvio helping out the energiser bunny like Wiggle squad.

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It seems strange that Wiggle would chase given the domination of the Vesuvio and Pearl Adidas leaders, but before anyone can accuse the team of being one dimensional we see a long range attack by
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/wiggle.png Simone Ponzi

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With 28km to go this seems like a bid to perhaps upset the lead two (three if we include Gilbert), the leaders though feel this is too early and leave the chasing down to the team mates.

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They reel the Wiggle rider in after 5 or so kilometers, I guess this was just warming the young Italians legs.

In the break rather surprisingly it is
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/spyker.png Francesco Bellotti
who cracks next leaving just three riders up front with a 3.30 lead on the favourites group with 17,5 km left.

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On the foot of the third to last climb
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/warnerbros.png Juan-Antonio Flecha
decides to roll back the years with a devestating attack.

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His attack came as suddenly the break's lead evaporated, and
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/wiggle.png Simone Ponzi
uses a similar place to launch.

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This time as you can see he is well marked by a number of favourites including
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/pearl.png Jan Bakelants
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/vesuvio.png Frank Schleck
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/milka.png Aleksandr Efimkin
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/festina.png Diego Ulissi
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/pendletons.png Philippe Gilbert

Indeed just like that the break is doomed as Ponzi powers across with Bakelandts and Schleck.

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They do have a gap here, but the others mentioned Efimkin, Gilbert and Ulissi make it across with Flecha tagging on desperately on the back.

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12km to go and these seven have just over 30 seconds on
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/rapha.png Chris Froome

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and the front seven have 58 seconds on
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/wiggle.png Marcello Pavarin
and
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/nestle.png Joaquin Rodriguez Oliver

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with the rest of the favourites another 30 seconds back.

As he feels the pace go out of the front group
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/festina.png Diego Ulissi
attacks under the 10km to go banner.

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It proves a bit of a powderpuff style move though and as he conks out
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/pearl.png Jan Bakelants
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/pendletons.png Philippe Gilbert
and
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/milka.png Aleksandr Efimkin
come storming past.

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Once again Pearl Adidas's race leader is fantastic as he opens a gap.

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We still have 8km to go and
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/vesuvio.png Frank Schleck
is trying to organise the chase with Ulissi, Ponzi, Efimkin and Gilbert.

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Bakelandts has made his move here and Schleck rescues things on the downhill with great technical skills.

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Behind the Sony Ericsson riders
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/sonyericson.png Alessandro Ballan
and
i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc512/ANFreeman/Jersey%20Sprites/sonyericson.png Robin van der Hugenhaben
have moved up to join Rodriguez and Pavarin in the second chase group.

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Back up at front and it seems we have our battle of the big guns again as Schleck launches an attack past a perhaps stunned Bakelandts.

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Bakelandts grits his teeth he knows if he can follow Schleck the race should be his, but it seems the Devil is with the elder statesman.

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The game Ulissi is leading out the other chasing leaders Gilbert, Ponzi and Efimkin. The Festina rider realises perhaps he cannot make a top five but is looking to get deeper into the top ten.

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We enter the last kilometre and Bakelandts is really struggling to hold on here.

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Behind Ponzi can see the race leader struggling and launches a big sprint that gaps Gilbert, Ulissi and Efimkin.

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Frank Schleck takes the win finally to strike back at the young Belgian Bakelandts.

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It looks as though he has a gap too as Bakelandts rocks and rolls his way to second on the stage ahead of Ponzi.

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Gilbert leads the other three over ahead of Efimkin and Ulissi.

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Froome is next and he defends that 5th place once again, what a fine finish that will be for the Brit. He comes in with Van der Hugenhaben who has been a bit anonymous in the race.

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Just behind you can see Ballan, Rodriguez, Caruso and Pavarin who have a gap on Scheurs and Ghiselberti.

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The race directors confirm that there was a gap of 14 seconds recorded between Schleck and Bakelandts meaning the Vesuvio rider has snatched the lead by three second courtesy also of eight extra bonus seconds! Ponzi remains 4th with Gilbert holding onto that podium position. Efimkin and Ulissi move forward narrowly failing to overtake Rodriguez but jumping over Ghiselberti and Scheurs.

Stage results
RankNameTeamTime
1Frank SchleckVesuvio-Accumalux6h36'17
2Jan BakelantsPearl Adidas+ 14
3Simone PonziWiggle - San Pellegrinos.t.
4Philippe GilbertPendleton's Twicer+ 50
5Aleksandr EfimkinMilka - Vittel+ 58
6Diego UlissiFestina - Conecs.t.
7Chris FroomeRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 1'46
8Robin van der HugenhabenSony Ericssons.t.
9Alessandro BallanSony Ericsson+ 2'04
10Joaquin Rodriguez OliverNestlé Cycling Team+ 2'11
11Damiano CarusoWiggle - San Pellegrinos.t.
12Marcello PavarinWiggle - San Pellegrinos.t.
13Maurice SchreursSpyker Cars+ 2'52
14Sergio GhisalbertiWebeffects.t.
15Tommy ZainiWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 3'05
16Domenik KlemmeTeam B&Os.t.
17David LĂłpez GarciaSantanders.t.
18Jonathan BellisRapha Condor - Qhubekas.t.
19Jukka VastarantaPearl Adidass.t.
20Rinaldo NocentiniWiggle - San Pellegrinos.t.
21Guillaume LevarletCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 4'15
22Michael AlbasiniUBS - La Pierres.t.
23Salvatore MancusoBacardi - Ignis+ 5'37
24Johnny HoogerlandVesuvio-Accumalux+ 7'20
25Rasmus GuldhammerTeam B&O+ 7'28
26Leonardo BertagnolliWiggle - San Pellegrinos.t.
27Andrea MolettaPendleton's Twicer+ 7'44
28Jonas LjungbladFestina - Conecs.t.
29Russell DowningPendleton's Twicer+ 7'55
30William WalkerPearl Adidas+ 8'05
31Paul MartensJack Wolfskins.t.
32Chiaffredo GrippoWiggle - San Pellegrinos.t.
33Danny SummerhillWikipedia+ 8'35
34Juan-Antonio FlechaWarner Brothers+ 8'42
35Roman KreuzigerMilka - Vittels.t.
36Jakub DanacikSony Ericsson+ 8'58
37Juan Van HeerdenWikipedia+ 11'38
38Jesus Del NeroSantander+ 12'14
39Edvald Boasson HagenTeam B&O+ 12'24
40Ran MargaliotPendleton's Twicer+ 12'38
41Tim DeesFestina - Conecs.t.
42Welle JallaysJack Wolfskin+ 12'54
43Antonio Colom MasWarner Brotherss.t.
44Blel KadriSpyker Carss.t.
45Honorio MachadoCafé de Colombia+ 13'18
46Paride GrilloSony Ericsson+ 13'44
47Romain ZingleWebeffects.t.
48Francisco José TerciadoBacardi - Ignis+ 13'56
49Paolo LocatelliWiggle - San Pellegrinos.t.
50Francesco BellottiSpyker Carss.t.
51Maximiliano RichezeUBS - La Pierre+ 15'36
52Peter KennaughRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 15'45
53José Antonio Baños BallesterCafé de Colombia+ 15'59
54Andrew TennantRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 16'18
55Drasutis StundziaVesuvio-Accumalux+ 16'28
56Matea KvasinaVesuvio-Accumaluxs.t.
57SĂ©bastien RosselerJack Wolfskin+ 16'35
58Jakob FuglsangSpyker Carss.t.
59Miguel Angel Rubiano ChavezCafé de Colombia+ 17'29
60Laurens Ten DamJack Wolfskin+ 17'46
61Tesfar TeklitRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 17'57
62Pieter MertensPendleton's Twicer+ 18'10
63Jonathan McEvoyPendleton's Twicer+ 18'44
64Borut BozicPendleton's Twicer+ 19'18
65Thomas De GendtMilka - Vittel+ 19'32
66Enrico FranzoiPearl Adidass.t.
67Michael ReihsSony Ericsson+ 19'48
68Koen De KortJack Wolfskins.t.
69Jacob FiedlerNestlé Cycling Teams.t.
70Timothy VangheelWikipedia+ 20'03
71Steven CummingsPendleton's Twicers.t.
72Dominique RollinWikipedia+ 20'18
73Gediminas BagdonasBacardi - Ignis+ 20'28
74Jesse SergentWarner Brotherss.t.
75Alexandre GeniezSpyker Cars+ 22'17
76Richie PorteMilka - Vittel+ 23'41
77Tsgabu Gebremaryam GrmayRapha Condor - Qhubekas.t.
78Cheng JiPearl Adidass.t.
79Christian MeierWikipedias.t.
80Fabio SilvestreWebeffect+ 24'19
81Joost PosthumaJack Wolfskin+ 25'03
82Mathieu HeijboerBacardi - Ignis+ 25'24
83Tony GallopinCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 27'05
84Pedro Sibila RomeroWarner Brotherss.t.
85Adrian MaloriMilka - Vittel+ 27'35
86Gian Piero SignoriniUBS - La Pierre+ 29'01
87Erick RowsellRapha Condor - Qhubekas.t.
88Niels ScheunemannSpyker Carss.t.
89Morten ReckwegTeam B&O+ 30'04
90Mathieu BernaudeauFestina - Conec+ 30'45
91Artemio MoschellaVesuvio-Accumalux+ 31'14
92Christopher SchmiegWebeffect+ 31'28
93Maciej PaterskiVesuvio-Accumalux+ 32'12
94Sven VandousselaereCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 33'04
95Kristof VandewalleJack Wolfskin+ 33'37
96Óscar GueraoSantanders.t.
97Greg De WindeWarner Brothers+ 34'33
98Daniel AlloncaSantander+ 34'40
99Giacomo NizzoloPearl Adidass.t.
100Juan Esteban ArangoCafé de Colombia+ 35'24
101Jos Van EmdenJack Wolfskins.t.
102Aitor GaldosSantander+ 35'44
103Ludovic BretMilka - Vittel+ 36'27
104Juan Pablo ForeroMilka - Vittels.t.
105Reinhardt Janse van RensburgWikipedias.t.
106Nico SchinkerVesuvio-Accumaluxs.t.
107Aleksandr MironovWebeffect+ 37'23
108Martin MortensenSony Ericsson+ 37'31
109Thomas BontenackelsWebeffects.t.
110Saulo LayNestlé Cycling Team+ 38'13
111Danilo KupfernagelNestlé Cycling Teams.t.
112Andreas StauffVesuvio-Accumalux+ 38'45
113Michael Faerk ChristensenTeam B&O+ 39'16
114David LoosliNestlé Cycling Team+ 39'29
115Manuel Antonio CardosoPearl Adidass.t.
116Michel SibillaNestlé Cycling Teams.t.
117Hernùni BrocoNestlé Cycling Teams.t.
118Alexis Castro RodriguezWarner Brotherss.t.
119CĂ©sar Rojas VillegasWarner Brotherss.t.
120Niki ØstergaardFestina - Conec+ 40'41
121Kristian SobotaTeam B&O+ 41'03
122Freddy JohanssonSony Ericsson+ 43'05
123Jacopo GuarnieriPearl Adidas+ 43'48
124Kevin PeetersCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 45'27
125Simon ZahnerUBS - La Pierres.t.
126Morgan KneiskyCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 45'47
127Tyler ButterfieldBacardi - Ignis+ 45'54

The following riders were eliminated on time today:
Kristoff, Champion (UBS)
Bourdouxhe, Gazvoda (Webeffect)
Bos (Carmuese)
Pate, Sebright (Wikipedia)
Bennett, Sarmiento, Brea (Cafe de Colombia)
Giraldo (Warner Brothers)
Riber-Sellebjerg (B&O)
Gretsch (Nestle)
Navardouskas (Festina)
Perrett (Rapha Condor)

GC:
RankNameTeamTime
1Frank SchleckVesuvio-Accumalux26h14'20
2Jan BakelantsPearl Adidas+ 3
3Philippe GilbertPendleton's Twicer+ 1'32
4Simone PonziWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 2'00
5Chris FroomeRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 5'11
6Joaquin Rodriguez OliverNestlé Cycling Team+ 5'49
7Aleksandr EfimkinMilka - Vittel+ 5'51
8Diego UlissiFestina - Conec+ 6'22
9Sergio GhisalbertiWebeffect+ 6'54
10Maurice SchreursSpyker Cars+ 7'04
11Alessandro BallanSony Ericsson+ 7'49
12Robin van der HugenhabenSony Ericsson+ 8'07
13Jonathan BellisRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 10'03
14Marcello PavarinWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 12'23
15Jukka VastarantaPearl Adidas+ 12'34
16Johnny HoogerlandVesuvio-Accumalux+ 14'31
17Tommy ZainiWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 15'13
18David LĂłpez GarciaSantander+ 15'21
19Andrea MolettaPendleton's Twicer+ 18'07
20Guillaume LevarletCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 18'53
21Damiano CarusoWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 19'01
22William WalkerPearl Adidas+ 20'02
23Domenik KlemmeTeam B&O+ 20'42
24Rinaldo NocentiniWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 22'33
25Jonas LjungbladFestina - Conec+ 22'49
26Danny SummerhillWikipedia+ 23'43
27Jesus Del NeroSantander+ 23'51
28Rasmus GuldhammerTeam B&O+ 25'27
29Salvatore MancusoBacardi - Ignis+ 25'41
30Russell DowningPendleton's Twicer+ 26'20
31Leonardo BertagnolliWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 27'22
32Roman KreuzigerMilka - Vittel+ 28'13
33Ran MargaliotPendleton's Twicer+ 29'21
34Chiaffredo GrippoWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 29'35
35Jakub DanacikSony Ericsson+ 31'32
36Michael AlbasiniUBS - La Pierre+ 31'50
37Paul MartensJack Wolfskin+ 36'07
38Juan-Antonio FlechaWarner Brothers+ 39'23
39José Antonio Baños BallesterCafé de Colombia+ 39'57
40Drasutis StundziaVesuvio-Accumalux+ 40'40
41Honorio MachadoCafé de Colombia+ 41'21
42Juan Van HeerdenWikipedia+ 42'02
43Antonio Colom MasWarner Brothers+ 42'16
44Paride GrilloSony Ericsson+ 43'50
45Thomas De GendtMilka - Vittel+ 44'41
46Francisco José TerciadoBacardi - Ignis+ 45'07
47Matea KvasinaVesuvio-Accumalux+ 45'09
48Jakob FuglsangSpyker Cars+ 45'26
49Blel KadriSpyker Cars+ 46'18
50Romain ZingleWebeffect+ 47'03
51Jonathan McEvoyPendleton's Twicer+ 47'19
52Laurens Ten DamJack Wolfskin+ 47'48
53Tim DeesFestina - Conec+ 47'53
54SĂ©bastien RosselerJack Wolfskin+ 49'06
55Maximiliano RichezeUBS - La Pierre+ 51'12
56Welle JallaysJack Wolfskin+ 52'51
57Paolo LocatelliWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 53'21
58Borut BozicPendleton's Twicer+ 54'43
59Miguel Angel Rubiano ChavezCafé de Colombia+ 55'33
60Edvald Boasson HagenTeam B&O+ 56'28
61Tesfar TeklitRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 56'34
62Peter KennaughRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 57'20
63Timothy VangheelWikipedia+ 57'55
64Andrew TennantRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 58'53
65Gediminas BagdonasBacardi - Ignis+ 1h00'32
66Richie PorteMilka - Vittel+ 1h00'52
67Steven CummingsPendleton's Twicer+ 1h01'04
68Enrico FranzoiPearl Adidas+ 1h03'12
69Dominique RollinWikipedia+ 1h04'01
70Michael ReihsSony Ericsson+ 1h05'00
71Francesco BellottiSpyker Cars+ 1h05'51
72Adrian MaloriMilka - Vittel+ 1h07'57
73Jacob FiedlerNestlé Cycling Team+ 1h09'42
74Mathieu HeijboerBacardi - Ignis+ 1h09'47
75Jesse SergentWarner Brothers+ 1h10'23
76Fabio SilvestreWebeffect+ 1h10'33
77Pieter MertensPendleton's Twicer+ 1h10'37
78Koen De KortJack Wolfskin+ 1h10'45
79Pedro Sibila RomeroWarner Brothers+ 1h11'08
80Cheng JiPearl Adidas+ 1h11'32
81Alexandre GeniezSpyker Cars+ 1h12'23
82Christian MeierWikipedia+ 1h13'07
83Tsgabu Gebremaryam GrmayRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 1h13'27
84Tony GallopinCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 1h14'01
85Niels ScheunemannSpyker Cars+ 1h16'46
86Artemio MoschellaVesuvio-Accumalux+ 1h17'46
87Erick RowsellRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 1h23'14
88Óscar GueraoSantander+ 1h23'27
89Joost PosthumaJack Wolfskin+ 1h24'14
90Gian Piero SignoriniUBS - La Pierre+ 1h25'49
91Daniel AlloncaSantander+ 1h30'46
92Jos Van EmdenJack Wolfskin+ 1h32'08
93Nico SchinkerVesuvio-Accumalux+ 1h32'09
94Mathieu BernaudeauFestina - Conec+ 1h32'31
95Morten ReckwegTeam B&O+ 1h33'18
96Martin MortensenSony Ericsson+ 1h33'40
97Greg De WindeWarner Brothers+ 1h34'26
98Ludovic BretMilka - Vittel+ 1h34'35
99Andreas StauffVesuvio-Accumalux+ 1h36'21
100Aleksandr MironovWebeffect+ 1h36'52
101Thomas BontenackelsWebeffect+ 1h39'12
102Alexis Castro RodriguezWarner Brotherss.t.
103Kristof VandewalleJack Wolfskin+ 1h39'25
104Sven VandousselaereCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 1h42'05
105Danilo KupfernagelNestlé Cycling Team+ 1h42'25
106Niki ØstergaardFestina - Conec+ 1h43'14
107Hernùni BrocoNestlé Cycling Team+ 1h43'21
108Giacomo NizzoloPearl Adidas+ 1h44'24
109Christopher SchmiegWebeffect+ 1h45'03
110Juan Pablo ForeroMilka - Vittel+ 1h46'47
111Michel SibillaNestlé Cycling Team+ 1h48'59
112Saulo LayNestlé Cycling Team+ 1h49'10
113Kristian SobotaTeam B&O+ 1h49'22
114CĂ©sar Rojas VillegasWarner Brothers+ 1h50'40
115Maciej PaterskiVesuvio-Accumalux+ 1h51'03
116David LoosliNestlé Cycling Team+ 1h51'21
117Aitor GaldosSantander+ 1h53'21
118Juan Esteban ArangoCafé de Colombia+ 1h55'26
119Manuel Antonio CardosoPearl Adidas+ 1h55'34
120Reinhardt Janse van RensburgWikipedia+ 1h57'16
121Michael Faerk ChristensenTeam B&O+ 1h57'22
122Freddy JohanssonSony Ericsson+ 2h01'07
123Tyler ButterfieldBacardi - Ignis+ 2h02'04
124Simon ZahnerUBS - La Pierre+ 2h02'20
125Jacopo GuarnieriPearl Adidas+ 2h19'37
126Kevin PeetersCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 2h21'08
127Morgan KneiskyCarmeuse - Bouygues Telecom+ 2h37'15


Points
RankNameTeamPointsGeneral
1Frank SchleckVesuvio-Accumalux2577
2Philippe GilbertPendleton's Twicer1471
3Jan BakelantsPearl Adidas2070
4Simone PonziWiggle - San Pellegrino1662
5Diego UlissiFestina - Conec1048
6Aleksandr EfimkinMilka - Vittel1244
7Jacob FiedlerNestlé Cycling Team034
8Chris FroomeRapha Condor - Qhubeka932
9Honorio MachadoCafé de Colombia029
10Robin van der HugenhabenSony Ericsson827
11Blel KadriSpyker Cars026
12Andrew TennantRapha Condor - Qhubeka025
13Joaquin Rodriguez OliverNestlé Cycling Team623
14Joost PosthumaJack Wolfskin023
15Maurice SchreursSpyker Cars322
16Jonathan BellisRapha Condor - Qhubeka022
17Thomas De GendtMilka - Vittel021


Mountains
RankNameTeamMountainGeneral
1Thomas De GendtMilka - Vittel018
2Gediminas BagdonasBacardi - Ignis016
3Jan BakelantsPearl Adidas011
4Paul MartensJack Wolfskin010
5Maximiliano RichezeUBS - La Pierre010
6Welle JallaysJack Wolfskin510
7Juan-Antonio FlechaWarner Brothers69
8Miguel Angel Rubiano ChavezCafé de Colombia39
9Jonathan McEvoyPendleton's Twicer08
10Tesfar TeklitRapha Condor - Qhubeka08


Youth
NameTeamGeneral Time
Simone PonziWiggle - San Pellegrino26h16'20 (1)
Diego UlissiFestina - Conec+ 4'22 (2)
Maurice SchreursSpyker Cars+ 5'04 (3)
Jonathan BellisRapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 8'03 (4)
Tommy ZainiWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 13'13 (5)
Damiano CarusoWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 17'01 (6)
Danny SummerhillWikipedia+ 21'43 (7)
Rasmus GuldhammerTeam B&O+ 23'27 (8)
Ran MargaliotPendleton's Twicer+ 27'21 (9)
Chiaffredo GrippoWiggle - San Pellegrino+ 27'35 (10)


Teams
TeamGeneral Time
Wiggle - San Pellegrino79h02'35 (1)
Pearl Adidas+ 13'56 (2)
Sony Ericsson+ 21'47 (3)
Pendleton's Twicer+ 24'33 (4)
Vesuvio-Accumalux+ 31'11 (5)
Rapha Condor - Qhubeka+ 45'40 (6)
Milka - Vittel+ 48'55 (7)
Festina - Conec+ 50'57 (8)

Edited by Roman on 17-10-2016 05:29
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