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Tour de Kumano - Stage 4
Smowz
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A short flat stage finishes this stage race.

Nobody breaks clear before the first sprint, i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/icv_zps83bfa75e.png Lay and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/abc_zps288913e0.png Dekkers have a massive struggle for the points.

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Lay just holds off Dekkers with i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/bcr_zps86f2c872.png Cano third.

Points standings:
Westra 50
Lay 39
Dekkers 24
Murakami 26
Cano 26

i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/bcr_zps86f2c872.png Henry Raabe keeps trying to nip off clear.

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But the pack want a procession.

Lay easily takes sprint 2 ahead of Dekkers and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/reg_zpsf2e631b7.png Sutton

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points standings
Westra 50
Lay 45
Dekkers 28

This sprinting could be hurting some of these sprinters energy, there is another one circuit before the finish that will probably really scramble things.

i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/gzl_zps14c119b5.png Gazelle completely control things before then.

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Dekkers denies Lay in this late sprint bonus, Sutton is again third.

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Points situation:
Westra 50
lay 49
Dekkers 34

i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/jkp_zpsd1d2e7e2.png JK Cycling look to take advantage for the stage win of the other sprinters messing about in the bonifications as they set up a perfect sprint train with 3km to go.

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i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/jkp_zpsd1d2e7e2.png Itami, Uuganbayer and Peeters lead out with i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/PCT/emt_zps170ae4bd.png Guardini, i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/bcr_zps86f2c872.png Cano , i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/reg_zpsf2e631b7.png Sutton, i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/mtn_zps3dcc4d70.png Day and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/PCT/mei_zpsbbaf4141.png Manan on the wheels.

i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/abc_zps288913e0.png Allianz and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/icv_zps83bfa75e.png Iberia have attempted to set up trains.

i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/abc_zps288913e0.png Coyot, Carrara, Dekkers with i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/PCT/arm_zps60f3d6b6.png Sohrabi and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/reg_zpsf2e631b7.png Lander in the wheels.

i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/CT/icv_zps83bfa75e.png Toribio, Nesset, Lay with i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/PCT/arm_zps60f3d6b6.png Sai-Udomsin and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys/PCT/mei_zpsbbaf4141.png Makino in the wheels.

1.7km to go: Lay and Dekkers have trouble moving up as JK hold a great position.

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Guardini cannot hold Peeters wheel.

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Peeters eases past Uugunbayer in the home straight, Sutton is battling Cano and Day in third places.

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Lay in the green jersey is staying on quite well.

Peeters is the easy winner.

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Sai-Udomsin is a surprise second ahead of Sutton, Lander and Green jersey winner Lay.

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Westra comes home in the pack to take the Kumano tour, Sai-Udomsin was in that leading group yesterday and takes an excellent second place overall and the youth jersey with PCT teams taking 2nd, 3rd and 4th on the overall. Evian securing 4th, 7th and 8th.

Lay comfortably takes the points crown over race winner Westra, with Dekkers taking third. Iberia narrowly take the team jersey ahead of Gazelle.

Stage results
RankNameTeamTime
1Kevin PeetersJapanese - Korean Cycling Project2h12'05
2Phucong Sai-UdomsinPFG-Armavias.t.
3Christopher SuttonRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
4Sebastian LanderRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
5Saulo LayIberia - Communidad Valencianas.t.
6Anuar MananMeiji - Cannondales.t.
7Khayabkhyrvaa UugunbayarJapanese - Korean Cycling Projects.t.
8Tyler DayMTN - World Bicycle Reliefs.t.
9Junpei MurakamiMeiji - Cannondales.t.
10Mahdi SohrabiPFG-Armavias.t.
11Kosuke MakinoJapanese - Korean Cycling Projects.t.
12Jose Luis CanoBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
13Hans DekkersAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
14Kenji ItamiJapanese - Korean Cycling Projects.t.
15Marco MinnardTeam Gazelles.t.
16Matteo CarraraAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
17Andrea GuardiniEvian-MIATs.t.
18Maani AltanzulEvian-MIATs.t.
19Clement KoretzkyEvian-MIATs.t.
20Mustafa CarsiEvian-MIATs.t.
21Abdalla Ben YoucefMTN - World Bicycle Reliefs.t.
22Tomohiro HayakawaJapanese - Korean Cycling Projects.t.
23Ngock Yves NgueMTN - World Bicycle Reliefs.t.
24Sigurd NessetIberia - Communidad Valencianas.t.
25Jonas VangenechtenTeam Gazelles.t.
26Mohammed Zamri SallehSauber Petronas Racings.t.
27Jimmy PranataPFG-Armavias.t.
28Matej MugerliTeam Gazelles.t.
29Hossein AlizadehSauber Petronas Racings.t.
30Arnaud CoyotAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
31Samuel S√°nchez GonzalezIberia - Communidad Valencianas.t.
32Christian MagerMTN - World Bicycle Reliefs.t.
33Dimitri JiriakovSauber Petronas Racings.t.
34Lieuwe WestraTeam Gazelles.t.
35Calvin WatsonRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
36Nino SchurterSauber Petronas Racings.t.
37Roy SentjensTeam Gazelles.t.
38Jose Vicente ToribioIberia - Communidad Valencianas.t.
39Jerome MainardEvian-MIATs.t.
40Marco SalasBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
41Christer RakeRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
42Maarten TjallingiiControl Teams.t.
43Benedikt MundleSauber Petronas Racings.t.
44Baasankhuu MyagmarsurenEvian-MIATs.t.
45Alireza AshgarzadehSauber Petronas Racings.t.
46Salfo BikiengaPFG-Armavias.t.
47Taiji NishitaniMeiji - Cannondales.t.
48Nariyuki MasudaJapanese - Korean Cycling Projects.t.
49Suk-Young ChoiJapanese - Korean Cycling Projects.t.
50Leif HosteControl Teams.t.
51Jaco VenterTeam Gazelles.t.
52Jonas Aaen J√łrgensenRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
53Amir Mustafa RusliSauber Petronas Racings.t.
54Andreas KlierControl Teams.t.
55Ho-Ting KwokMeiji - Cannondales.t.
56Hakon Frengstad BergerRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
57Sven NooytensPFG-Armavias.t.
58Hossein NateghiMeiji - Cannondales.t.
59Maxim BurlutskyPFG-Armavias.t.
60Heiko RedeckerMTN - World Bicycle Reliefs.t.
61Martin PuuseppEvian-MIATs.t.
62Tesfay AbrahaPFG-Armavias.t.
63Brice FeilluRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
64Luca PaoliniControl Teams.t.
65Sven Erik BystromIberia - Communidad Valencianas.t.
66Tomas OkrouhlickyAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
67Wataru MutsumineMeiji - Cannondales.t.
68Florian SenechalMeiji - Cannondales.t.
69Juan Pablo ValenciaIberia - Communidad Valencianas.t.
70Nazar JumabekovBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
71Marconi Dur√°nAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
72Luis Enrique Lemus DavilaMTN - World Bicycle Reliefs.t.
73Jan PolancAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
74Deiber EsquivelBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
75Robby MeulBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
76Johannes Christofel NelMTN - World Bicycle Reliefs.t.
77Henry RaabeBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
78Javier ChaconIberia - Communidad Valencianas.t.
79Björn LeukemansControl Teams.t.
80César Rojas VillegasBanco Nacional de Costa Rica+ 4'08


Final GC
No doubt about the GC winner with Westra winning the two decisive stages. Marakami gave home fans a lot to cheer but Westra smartly tracked the Japanese's wheel on stage three. Thailand rider Sai-Udomsin made his name a bit better known with the young Frenchman Koretzky just missing the podium.
RankNameTeamTime
1Lieuwe WestraTeam Gazelle8h10'11
2Phucong Sai-UdomsinPFG-Armavia+ 12
3Junpei MurakamiMeiji - Cannondale+ 13
4Clement KoretzkyEvian-MIAT+ 19
5Dimitri JiriakovSauber Petronas Racing+ 23
6Samuel S√°nchez GonzalezIberia - Communidad Valenciana+ 24
7Maani AltanzulEvian-MIATs.t.
8Martin PuuseppEvian-MIATs.t.
9Marco MinnardTeam Gazelle+ 25
10Jonas VangenechtenTeam Gazelles.t.
11Matej MugerliTeam Gazelle+ 26
12Christer RakeRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
13Nariyuki MasudaJapanese - Korean Cycling Projects.t.
14Jose Vicente ToribioIberia - Communidad Valenciana+ 27
15Christian MagerMTN - World Bicycle Reliefs.t.
16Tomas OkrouhlickyAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
17Nazar JumabekovBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
18Ngock Yves NgueMTN - World Bicycle Relief+ 28
19Jimmy PranataPFG-Armavias.t.
20Nino SchurterSauber Petronas Racings.t.
21Hossein AlizadehSauber Petronas Racings.t.
22Brice FeilluRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
23Matteo CarraraAllianz-BMW Cycling Team+ 30
24Alireza AshgarzadehSauber Petronas Racings.t.
25Juan Pablo ValenciaIberia - Communidad Valencianas.t.
26Suk-Young ChoiJapanese - Korean Cycling Project+ 31
27Mohammed Zamri SallehSauber Petronas Racing+ 32
28Kosuke MakinoJapanese - Korean Cycling Project+ 1'42
29Wataru MutsumineMeiji - Cannondale+ 1'49
30Maxim BurlutskyPFG-Armavia+ 1'50
31Marco SalasBanco Nacional de Costa Rica+ 2'26
32Calvin WatsonRisa - Ergon Cycling Team+ 4'07
33Arnaud CoyotAllianz-BMW Cycling Team+ 4'10
34Johannes Christofel NelMTN - World Bicycle Relief+ 4'14
35Heiko RedeckerMTN - World Bicycle Relief+ 5'45
36Jaco VenterTeam Gazelle+ 5'48
37Jerome MainardEvian-MIAT+ 5'50
38Saulo LayIberia - Communidad Valenciana+ 6'41
39Taiji NishitaniMeiji - Cannondale+ 7'06
40Jose Luis CanoBanco Nacional de Costa Rica+ 7'07
41Javier ChaconIberia - Communidad Valenciana+ 7'15
42Robby MeulBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
43Benedikt MundleSauber Petronas Racings.t.
44Khayabkhyrvaa UugunbayarJapanese - Korean Cycling Project+ 7'17
45Hossein NateghiMeiji - Cannondales.t.
46Sigurd NessetIberia - Communidad Valenciana+ 7'18
47Abdalla Ben YoucefMTN - World Bicycle Reliefs.t.
48Sven NooytensPFG-Armavias.t.
49Luis Enrique Lemus DavilaMTN - World Bicycle Relief+ 7'19
50Hakon Frengstad BergerRisa - Ergon Cycling Teams.t.
51Marconi Dur√°nAllianz-BMW Cycling Teams.t.
52Mahdi SohrabiPFG-Armavia+ 7'20
53Salfo BikiengaPFG-Armavia+ 7'21
54Baasankhuu MyagmarsurenEvian-MIATs.t.
55Amir Mustafa RusliSauber Petronas Racings.t.
56Andrea GuardiniEvian-MIAT+ 7'23
57Deiber EsquivelBanco Nacional de Costa Ricas.t.
58Tomohiro HayakawaJapanese - Korean Cycling Project+ 7'24
59Sven Erik BystromIberia - Communidad Valencianas.t.
60César Rojas VillegasBanco Nacional de Costa Rica+ 11'28
61Roy SentjensTeam Gazelle+ 14'38
62Tesfay AbrahaPFG-Armavia+ 17'54
63Luca PaoliniControl Team+ 18'31
64Hans DekkersAllianz-BMW Cycling Team+ 19'49
65Christopher SuttonRisa - Ergon Cycling Team+ 20'03
66Tyler DayMTN - World Bicycle Relief+ 20'15
67Sebastian LanderRisa - Ergon Cycling Team+ 20'18
68Ho-Ting KwokMeiji - Cannondale+ 22'18
69Mustafa CarsiEvian-MIAT+ 22'19
70Florian SenechalMeiji - Cannondale+ 22'23
71Kevin PeetersJapanese - Korean Cycling Project+ 24'06
72Kenji ItamiJapanese - Korean Cycling Project+ 24'27
73Jonas Aaen J√łrgensenRisa - Ergon Cycling Team+ 24'29
74Jan PolancAllianz-BMW Cycling Team+ 24'30
75Henry RaabeBanco Nacional de Costa Rica+ 25'54
76Anuar MananMeiji - Cannondale+ 26'42
77Leif HosteControl Team+ 33'29
78Maarten TjallingiiControl Team+ 33'42
79Andreas KlierControl Team+ 33'47
80Björn LeukemansControl Teams.t.


Points
Lay got his hands dirty and fought for intermediates rather than saving himself for the stage win. Still makes it a solid tour for Iberia, Dekkers and Sutton looked fast at times but could not land the big win that Peeters did.
RankNameTeamPointsGeneral
1Saulo LayIberia - Communidad Valenciana2861
2Lieuwe WestraTeam Gazelle050
3Hans DekkersAllianz-BMW Cycling Team1737
4Christopher SuttonRisa - Ergon Cycling Team2034
5Kevin PeetersJapanese - Korean Cycling Project2534
6Junpei MurakamiMeiji - Cannondale733
7Jose Luis CanoBanco Nacional de Costa Rica630
8Phucong Sai-UdomsinPFG-Armavia2027
9Kosuke MakinoJapanese - Korean Cycling Project527
10Taiji NishitaniMeiji - Cannondale022
11Anuar MananMeiji - Cannondale1022
12Samuel S√°nchez GonzalezIberia - Communidad Valenciana019
13Tyler DayMTN - World Bicycle Relief818
14Ho-Ting KwokMeiji - Cannondale017
15Clement KoretzkyEvian-MIAT016
16Javier ChaconIberia - Communidad Valenciana016
17Khayabkhyrvaa UugunbayarJapanese - Korean Cycling Project916
18Sebastian LanderRisa - Ergon Cycling Team1414
19Marco MinnardTeam Gazelle113
20Benedikt MundleSauber Petronas Racing012
21Hossein NateghiMeiji - Cannondale012
22Dimitri JiriakovSauber Petronas Racing010
23Jose Vicente ToribioIberia - Communidad Valenciana010
24Mahdi SohrabiPFG-Armavia610
25Nino SchurterSauber Petronas Racing09


Mountains
It was a case of be there on stage 3 or don't bother. Meiji perhaps unsurprisingly keen to score points wherever they could on their home course.
RankNameTeamGeneral
1Taiji NishitaniMeiji - Cannondale10
2Robby MeulBanco Nacional de Costa Rica10
3Wataru MutsumineMeiji - Cannondale6
4Brice FeilluRisa - Ergon Cycling Team4
5Tomohiro HayakawaJapanese - Korean Cycling Project4
6Marco SalasBanco Nacional de Costa Rica2


Youth
The Thai surprise takes the youth jersey away from Koretzky, Evian doing well to score with a loanee here. How about Mongolian rider Altanzul excellent third place on youth and 7th overall.
NameTeamGeneral Time
Phucong Sai-UdomsinPFG-Armavia8h10'23 (1)
Clement KoretzkyEvian-MIAT+ 7 (2)
Maani AltanzulEvian-MIAT+ 12 (3)
Martin PuuseppEvian-MIAT+ 12 (4)
Marco MinnardTeam Gazelle+ 13 (5)
Christian MagerMTN - World Bicycle Relief+ 15 (6)
Ngock Yves NgueMTN - World Bicycle Relief+ 16 (7)
Jimmy PranataPFG-Armavia+ 16 (8)
Hossein AlizadehSauber Petronas Racing+ 16 (9)
Juan Pablo ValenciaIberia - Communidad Valenciana+ 18 (10)
Wataru MutsumineMeiji - Cannondale+ 1'37 (11)
Calvin WatsonRisa - Ergon Cycling Team+ 3'55 (12)
Johannes Christofel NelMTN - World Bicycle Relief+ 4'02 (13)
Heiko RedeckerMTN - World Bicycle Relief+ 5'33 (14)
Saulo LayIberia - Communidad Valenciana+ 6'29 (15)
Jose Luis CanoBanco Nacional de Costa Rica+ 6'55 (16)
Benedikt MundleSauber Petronas Racing+ 7'03 (17)
Sigurd NessetIberia - Communidad Valenciana+ 7'06 (18)
Sven NooytensPFG-Armavia+ 7'06 (19)
Luis Enrique Lemus DavilaMTN - World Bicycle Relief+ 7'07 (20)
Hakon Frengstad BergerRisa - Ergon Cycling Team+ 7'07 (21)
Salfo BikiengaPFG-Armavia+ 7'09 (22)
Baasankhuu MyagmarsurenEvian-MIAT+ 7'09 (23)
Andrea GuardiniEvian-MIAT+ 7'11 (24)
Tomohiro HayakawaJapanese - Korean Cycling Project+ 7'12 (25)
Sven Erik BystromIberia - Communidad Valenciana+ 7'12 (26)
César Rojas VillegasBanco Nacional de Costa Rica+ 11'16 (27)
Tesfay AbrahaPFG-Armavia+ 17'42 (28)
Tyler DayMTN - World Bicycle Relief+ 20'03 (29)
Sebastian LanderRisa - Ergon Cycling Team+ 20'06 (30)
Ho-Ting KwokMeiji - Cannondale+ 22'06 (31)
Mustafa CarsiEvian-MIAT+ 22'07 (32)
Florian SenechalMeiji - Cannondale+ 22'11 (33)
Kenji ItamiJapanese - Korean Cycling Project+ 24'15 (34)
Jan PolancAllianz-BMW Cycling Team+ 24'18 (35)


Teams
Iberia couldn't grab a podium on GC, disappointing for a rider of Sammy sanchez's stature but they did edge Gazelle and the youthful Evian on the team standings.
TeamGeneral Time
Iberia - Communidad Valenciana24h31'41 (1)
Team Gazelle+ 2 (2)
Evian-MIAT+ 4 (3)
Sauber Petronas Racing+ 10 (4)
Japanese - Korean Cycling Project+ 1'25 (5)
PFG-Armavia+ 1'29 (6)
MTN - World Bicycle Relief+ 3'49 (7)
Risa - Ergon Cycling Team+ 3'50 (8)
Allianz-BMW Cycling Team+ 3'52 (9)
Meiji - Cannondale+ 8'18 (10)
Banco Nacional de Costa Rica+ 8'57 (11)

Edited by Roman on 02-04-2018 01:14
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