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Tour of Southland - Stage 6
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After 3 sprint stages with 3 different winners it`s time for the puncheurs again. The 6th stage goes up on the Crown Range with a 4,5km climb and tough slopes. It`s the best chance to create gaps as it`s even harder than the Bluff Hill on the 2nd stage, where i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/PCT/emt_zps170ae4bd.png Rocchetti has won. So the Italian must be named as one of the top favourites again.
But several puncheurs will try to improve their performance and beat him today.


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Not only the attacking teams are pretty equal like on the previous stages. Also the riders repeat their effort day for day. So it`s again i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/PCT/ozc_zps749fc2f0.png Delgerbayar in the breakaway for the third consecutive day. Also i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/dbg_zps356cc31d.png Kochetkov has been active before.
The other two riders are i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/cad_zps01f0e9d1.png Horgan and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/spr_zps39a3252c.png Scarponi.


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I almost missed the sprint. So here the short overview of the result, even though it`s 200m too late.
Delgerbayar won ahead of Kochetkov and Horgan, while Scarponi already lost a lot of time on the previous stages and is not interested.
Horgan is actually very dangerous in there as he sits in 10. overall with only +34s. So the Kiwi from the Cadbury team must be watched.


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Evian is the expected team in front. But today they get some support earlier. Already with 100km to go and a 6min gap Ekspla are showing themselves in the pace work. With Cioban and Sikevicius they have two interesting riders. Or will they go for Friedman today? The sprinter would have chances to collect more bonus seconds on the next 3 flat stages.


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At least the riders first must to be concentrated. i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/gzl_zps14c119b5.png Goddaert (17./+'43) obviously wasn`t and hits the ground.


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2nd sprint and this time Horgan takes the maximum points. And more important for him probably the 6 bonus seconds.
Kochetkov and Delgerbayar follow.
The gap clearly went down on the last 60km andso they only have 90s with 35km to go.

Also mentionable that one sprinter obviously hasn`t learned from the danger on the 2nd stage: i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/dbg_zps356cc31d.png Hochmann once again dropped and is calmly riding behind the peloton.


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With only 6,4km left we have the first KoM and while Horgan wins it we see Scarponi being active for the first time. He takes the 2nd ahead of Delgerbayar, which is important for the team as his team mate is wearing the jersey and Delgerbayar and Kochetkov would both become too dangerous. So smart riding here.

And as you can see the peloton did almost catch them here, so the breakaway won`t have a chance.


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Several puncheurs closed the gap first to the breakaway riders in front.
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/abc_zps288913e0.png Kirchen
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/PCT/emt_zps170ae4bd.png Rocchetti, Anuar Aziz
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/bcr_zps86f2c872.png Firsanov
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/cad_zps01f0e9d1.png Torckler
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/pvb_zpsc75e654c.png Vorganov
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/ekc_zps98eb3bbc.png Siskevicius, Cioban
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/gzl_zps14c119b5.png Nardin
Still they haven`t created a gap, but at least this means, that they will have a great position when entering the climb soon.


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And it`s the Brazilian allrounder i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/gzl_zps14c119b5.png Nardin going into the climb as first rider.


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Most other puncheurs try to close the gap. In especially mentionable i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/spr_zps39a3252c.png Hugentobler and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/reg_zpsf2e631b7.png Olsson as they weren`t named before. First one isn`t known as best puncheur but the KoM jersey makes him stronger today.


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Also the last puncheurs like Torckler or Firsanov realize that this is the time to attack.
Also within this attacks are Phelan and Anuar Aziz.

A bit behind and still not attacking are Vorganov and several strong Gazelle riders like Daspuntsag, Kriek, Shaekhov or Lalouette. They obviously just go with Nardin, who is in the first position.


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The peloton is still pretty packed with 2,1km to go. Nardin has a 16s gap to Cioban in 2nd, who already has a 37s gap to the peloton.
The other puncheurs definitely need to do something more soon, otherwise these two will be hard to catch again.


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i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/abc_zps288913e0.png Kirchen
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/PCT/emt_zps170ae4bd.png Anuar Aziz
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/cad_zps01f0e9d1.png Vink
also created a gap now. Surprisingly Evian did send Anuar Aziz here instead of Rocchetti, who must be afraid of keeping the lead now.


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Meanwhile the first two have started the sprint with Nardin being in the first position.


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Behind the trio around Kirchen 4 more riders have created a gap to the peloton and again no Rocchetti in there.
It`s i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/pvb_zpsc75e654c.png Vorganov
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/reg_zpsf2e631b7.png Olsson
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/ekc_zps98eb3bbc.png Siskevicius
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/PCT/emt_zps170ae4bd.png Gougeard
So Evian really is strong today having their riders in the 2nd and 3rd group but have missed the first group and also Rocchetti, who has the lead is a bit isolated in the peloton now.


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Finally i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/PCT/emt_zps170ae4bd.png Rocchetti is doing something and he is doing something strong.
Around the corner you still see Nardin and Cioban with Kirchen and Anuar Aziz following next.
Vink lost contact a bit and is passed by Olsson now and then already Rocchetti is flying up the climb. Maybe a bit too late.
Siskevicius and Vorganov are the other riders here but also Firsanov and Torckler finally made their move and follow soon behind them.


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Nardin still in the pole position and Cioban can`t really come closer.
With 400m to go it`s looking quite good for them but they can`t slow down as Kirchen is still coming fast from behind.


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But it was enough. The last part was a bit more flat again and here he was able to play his advantage.
Nardin was the smartest with that early attack right into the climb and wins well deserved.
Only Cioban was able to follow and finishes 2nd within the same time.


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Kirchen with a good 3rd today ahead of Anuar Aziz as best Evian rider. Both lose 25s to the front duo but will improve their GC standings clearly as they also have a gap to the next.


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49s to Nardin and 24s to Kirchen a group of 7 finishes. In there are Olsson, Vink, Siskevicius, Rocchetti, Firsanov, Vorganov and Torckler. So more or less all puncheurs were able to gap the peloton today that finished 1'16 behind Nardin.

GC wise this means that todays stage winner will take the yellow jersey ahead of Cioban. Both were the strongest today and this also shows the overall now.
Rocchetti still keeps a podium spot as 3rd ahead of Kirchen and Firsanov.
Torckler who follows as 6th can still improve when repeating his sprint performance from yesterday.

Next to the GC and Youth jersey, Nardin also leads the points ranking after todays stage. So he is pretty much dominating the tables at the moment as the win also moved him up to 2nd in the KoM ranking.

Hochmann was later joined by Awang and both finish far behind the next group but with +17'01 still inside the time limit.


Result
1Thiago Duarte NardinTeam Gazelle3h28'30
2Sergiu CiobanEkspla-Cision Cycling Teams.t.
3Kim KirchenAllianz-BMW Cycling Team+ 25
4Mohamed Shawal Anuar AzizEvian-MIATs.t.
5Michael OlssonRisa - Ergon Cycling Team+ 49
6Michael VinkTeam Cadbury - Schweppess.t.
7Evaldas SiskeviciusEkspla-Cision Cycling Teams.t.
8Federico RocchettiEvian-MIATs.t.
9Sergey FirsanovBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
10Eduard VorganovTeam Privatbanks.t.
11Michael TorcklerTeam Cadbury - Schweppess.t.
12Andrii BratashcukDie Berg Komt Er+ 1'16
13Alexis GougeardEvian-MIATs.t.
14Erdenebayar DaspuntsagTeam Gazelles.t.
15Marios AthanasiadesTeam Privatbanks.t.
16Anthony DelaplaceAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
17David KoppBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
18Daniel HoelgaardTeam Privatbanks.t.
19Vadim ShaekhovTeam Gazelles.t.
20Christiaan KriekTeam Gazelles.t.
21Joon Yong SeoJapanese - Korean Cycling Projects.t.
22Adam PhelanOz Cycling Projects.t.
23Anatoliy SosnitskiyTeam Privatbanks.t.
24Greogry HugentoblerSauber Petronas Racings.t.
25Gil SurayAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
26Tom Jelte SlagterBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
27Sondre Holst EngerRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
28Kévin LalouetteTeam Gazelles.t.
29Antoine DuchesneTeam Gazelles.t.
30Muhamad Adiq OthmanSauber Petronas Racings.t.
31Bernardo ColexBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
32Pablo MudarraBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
33Maxime DanielEvian-MIATs.t.
34√ėystein Stake LaengenRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
35Volodymyr DzhusTeam Privatbanks.t.
36Krister HagenRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
37Yves LampaertAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
38Allan MoralesBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
39Simon YatesTeam Cadbury - Schweppess.t.
40Stefan KungSauber Petronas Racings.t.
41Adrien PetitEvian-MIATs.t.
42Tom ScullyOz Cycling Projects.t.
43Isaac BolivarEvian-MIATs.t.
44Sho HatsuyamaJapanese - Korean Cycling Projects.t.
45Stefan PetrovskiDie Berg Komt Ers.t.
46Logan HutchingsEkspla-Cision Cycling Teams.t.
47Gabriel ChavanneSauber Petronas Racing+ 2'08
48Gyung Gu JangJapanese - Korean Cycling Projects.t.
49Chan Jae JangJapanese - Korean Cycling Projects.t.
50Damien HowsonRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
51Alexander PorsevEkspla-Cision Cycling Teams.t.
52Glenn O'SheaOz Cycling Projects.t.
53Kristof GoddaertTeam Gazelles.t.
54Sam HarrisonTeam Cadbury - Schweppess.t.
55Sonomtseren DelgerbayarOz Cycling Project+ 2'53
56James OramTeam Cadbury - Schweppess.t.
57Sam HorganTeam Cadbury - Schweppes+ 3'04
58Roy GoldsteinEvian-MIATs.t.
59Ken Sebastian VassdålRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
60Mikhail KochetkovDie Berg Komt Ers.t.
61Timothy GudsellTeam Cadbury - Schweppess.t.
62Yoeri HavikAllianz-BMW Cycling Team+ 3'52
63Christoph TaubelAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
64Giacomo ScarponiSauber Petronas Racing+ 4'04
65Alex MeenhorstEkspla-Cision Cycling Team+ 4'44
66Mike FriedmanEkspla-Cision Cycling Teams.t.
67Ahmad Haidar AnuawarSauber Petronas Racings.t.
68√ďscar Pereiro SioControl Teams.t.
69Mattia GavazziEkspla-Cision Cycling Teams.t.
70Daniel ThorsenAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
71Volodymyr GomenyukTeam Privatbanks.t.
72Anthony GiacoppoRisa - Ergon Cycling Team+ 7'43
73Tyron GiogieriDie Berg Komt Er+ 8'01
74Rick FlensDie Berg Komt Ers.t.
75Libin ChenOz Cycling Projects.t.
76Marco GuillénBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
77Miles OlmanOz Cycling Projects.t.
78Damion DrapacOz Cycling Projects.t.
79Sébastien ChavanelDie Berg Komt Ers.t.
80Roman MaksimovTeam Privatbanks.t.
81Angel ViciosoControl Teams.t.
82Oscar FreireControl Teams.t.
83Iban MayoControl Teams.t.
84Francisco ManceboControl Teams.t.
85Haimar ZubeldiaControl Teams.t.
86Jíri HochmannDie Berg Komt Er+ 17'01
87Azizulhasni AwangSauber Petronas Racings.t.

GC
1Thiago Duarte NardinTeam Gazelle14h01'28
2Sergiu CiobanEkspla-Cision Cycling Team+ 24
3Federico RocchettiEvian-MIAT+ 38
4Kim KirchenAllianz-BMW Cycling Team+ 48
5Sergey FirsanovBanco Nacional de Costa Rica+ 54
6Michael TorcklerTeam Cadbury - Schweppes+ 1'04
7Eduard VorganovTeam Privatbanks.t.
8Michael OlssonRisa - Ergon Cycling Team+ 1'08
9Mohamed Shawal Anuar AzizEvian-MIAT+ 1'09
10Evaldas SiskeviciusEkspla-Cision Cycling Team+ 1'17
11Michael VinkTeam Cadbury - Schweppes+ 1'24
12Tom ScullyOz Cycling Project+ 1'38
13Adam PhelanOz Cycling Projects.t.
14Christiaan KriekTeam Gazelle+ 1'48
15Kévin LalouetteTeam Gazelles.t.
16Antoine DuchesneTeam Gazelles.t.
17Erdenebayar DaspuntsagTeam Gazelle+ 1'50
18Stefan PetrovskiDie Berg Komt Ers.t.
19Krister HagenRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
20Vadim ShaekhovTeam Gazelle+ 1'52
21Logan HutchingsEkspla-Cision Cycling Teams.t.
22√ėystein Stake LaengenRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
23David KoppBanco Nacional de Costa Rica+ 1'53
24Pablo MudarraBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
25Bernardo ColexBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
26Simon YatesTeam Cadbury - Schweppess.t.
27Marios AthanasiadesTeam Privatbank+ 1'54
28Sondre Holst EngerRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
29Anatoliy SosnitskiyTeam Privatbanks.t.
30Daniel HoelgaardTeam Privatbank+ 1'56
31Adrien PetitEvian-MIAT+ 2'00
32Gil SurayAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
33Isaac BolivarEvian-MIATs.t.
34Anthony DelaplaceAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
35Yves LampaertAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
36Maxime DanielEvian-MIAT+ 2'02
37Alexis GougeardEvian-MIAT+ 2'04
38Muhamad Adiq OthmanSauber Petronas Racing+ 2'05
39Glenn O'SheaOz Cycling Project+ 2'30
40Kristof GoddaertTeam Gazelle+ 2'40
41Alexander PorsevEkspla-Cision Cycling Team+ 2'44
42Sam HarrisonTeam Cadbury - Schweppes+ 2'47
43Sam HorganTeam Cadbury - Schweppes+ 3'17
44Andrii BratashcukDie Berg Komt Er+ 3'21
45Allan MoralesBanco Nacional de Costa Rica+ 3'28
46Greogry HugentoblerSauber Petronas Racing+ 3'30
47Tom Jelte SlagterBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
48Volodymyr DzhusTeam Privatbanks.t.
49Stefan KungSauber Petronas Racing+ 3'42
50Roy GoldsteinEvian-MIAT+ 3'48
51Gabriel ChavanneSauber Petronas Racing+ 4'37
52Mikhail KochetkovDie Berg Komt Er+ 4'57
53James OramTeam Cadbury - Schweppes+ 5'03
54Mike FriedmanEkspla-Cision Cycling Team+ 5'12
55Timothy GudsellTeam Cadbury - Schweppes+ 5'14
56Sonomtseren DelgerbayarOz Cycling Project+ 5'17
57Ken Sebastian VassdålRisa - Ergon Cycling Team+ 5'56
58Yoeri HavikAllianz-BMW Cycling Team+ 6'11
59Alex MeenhorstEkspla-Cision Cycling Team+ 6'57
60Joon Yong SeoJapanese - Korean Cycling Project+ 7'07
61Christoph TaubelAllianz-BMW Cycling Team+ 7'47
62Ahmad Haidar AnuawarSauber Petronas Racing+ 7'51
63Chan Jae JangJapanese - Korean Cycling Project+ 7'59
64Gyung Gu JangJapanese - Korean Cycling Projects.t.
65Sho HatsuyamaJapanese - Korean Cycling Project+ 8'42
66Anthony GiacoppoRisa - Ergon Cycling Team+ 9'38
67√ďscar Pereiro SioControl Team+ 9'46
68Tyron GiogieriDie Berg Komt Er+ 10'06
69Rick FlensDie Berg Komt Er+ 10'08
70Sébastien ChavanelDie Berg Komt Er+ 10'49
71Iban MayoControl Team+ 11'25
72Damien HowsonRisa - Ergon Cycling Team+ 11'58
73Oscar FreireControl Team+ 13'00
74Angel ViciosoControl Teams.t.
75Francisco ManceboControl Teams.t.
76Haimar ZubeldiaControl Teams.t.
77Giacomo ScarponiSauber Petronas Racing+ 13'14
78Miles OlmanOz Cycling Project+ 15'39
79Libin ChenOz Cycling Project+ 17'06
80Volodymyr GomenyukTeam Privatbank+ 21'57
81Mattia GavazziEkspla-Cision Cycling Team+ 27'44
82Daniel ThorsenAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
83Damion DrapacOz Cycling Project+ 30'37
84Roman MaksimovTeam Privatbank+ 30'41
85Marco GuillénBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
86Jíri HochmannDie Berg Komt Er+ 40'01
87Azizulhasni AwangSauber Petronas Racings.t.

P:
1Thiago Duarte NardinTeam Gazelle51
2Michael TorcklerTeam Cadbury - Schweppes50
3Federico RocchettiEvian-MIAT42
4Roman MaksimovTeam Privatbank42
5Damion DrapacOz Cycling Project40
6Marco GuillénBanco Nacional de Costa Rica39
7Evaldas SiskeviciusEkspla-Cision Cycling Team34
8Anthony GiacoppoRisa - Ergon Cycling Team31
9Kim KirchenAllianz-BMW Cycling Team30
10Sergey FirsanovBanco Nacional de Costa Rica27

KoM:
1Greogry HugentoblerSauber Petronas Racing16
2Thiago Duarte NardinTeam Gazelle10
3Sergiu CiobanEkspla-Cision Cycling Team8
4Sonomtseren DelgerbayarOz Cycling Project7
5Federico RocchettiEvian-MIAT6
6Sam HorganTeam Cadbury - Schweppes6
7Kim KirchenAllianz-BMW Cycling Team6
8Mikhail KochetkovDie Berg Komt Er6
9Sergey FirsanovBanco Nacional de Costa Rica4
10Mohamed Shawal Anuar AzizEvian-MIAT4

U25:
1Thiago Duarte NardinTeam Gazelle14h01'28 (1)
2Sergiu CiobanEkspla-Cision Cycling Team+ 24 (2)
3Evaldas SiskeviciusEkspla-Cision Cycling Team+ 1'17 (3)
4Michael VinkTeam Cadbury - Schweppes+ 1'24 (4)
5Tom ScullyOz Cycling Project+ 1'38 (5)
6Adam PhelanOz Cycling Project+ 1'38 (6)
7Christiaan KriekTeam Gazelle+ 1'48 (7)
8Antoine DuchesneTeam Gazelle+ 1'48 (8)
9Erdenebayar DaspuntsagTeam Gazelle+ 1'50 (9)
10Stefan PetrovskiDie Berg Komt Er+ 1'50 (10)

Team:
1Evian-MIAT41h45'57 (1)
2Ekspla-Cision Cycling Team+ 3 (2)
3Team Gazelle+ 25 (3)
4Allianz-BMW Cycling Team+ 48 (4)
5Team Cadbury - Schweppes+ 51 (5)
6Banco Nacional de Costa Rica+ 55 (6)
7Risa - Ergon Cycling Team+ 1'02 (7)
8Team Privatbank+ 1'05 (8)
9Oz Cycling Project+ 2'23 (9)
10Sauber Petronas Racing+ 5'09 (10)
11Die Berg Komt Er+ 6'38 (11)
12Japanese - Korean Cycling Project+ 7'52 (12)
13Control Team+ 27'54 (13)
 
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