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Benelux Challenge - Stage 6

The final day and it's sunny. 183kms of rather flat terrain with two cobble sections that total a combined distance of 1.2kms.

Favourites are i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/azt.png Farrar, i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/ioa.png Aulas, and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/vtb.png Tronet.

After stage 5, i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/vtb.png Wyss has taken over the i461.photobucket.com/albums/qq337/jt1109jt1109/yellow_zps6c2eea76.png from i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/ttt.png Lebris by 32 seconds.

The Frenchman is by far the better cobbler but with very few cobble sections and they are a long way from the finish, can i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/ttt.png Lebris attack at the right spots to win the Benelux Challenge on the final stage.

Let's find out. Off to the action we go.


Two riders attack right away at the sound of the gun.

i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/wwr.png Farabaugh (+26'04")
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png P. Van der Ploeg (+13'31")

After seeing his older brother Neil win yesterday i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png Paul Van der Ploeg wants to be the one to continue i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png Eddie Stobart Pro Cycling unbelievable success they have had this season.


And that's that. No more attacks. The duo hits the first and longer of the 2 cobble sections with 128kms to go with a 5'20" advantage.


15kms later they arrive at the 1st sprint checkpoint. i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png Van der Ploeg rolls over the line taking the prize money in front of i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/wwr.png Farabaugh.

We get word that the peloton has safely made it over the first cobble section without any problems. 5'40" from now they will be making their way to the sprint point, will be interesting to see if the sprinters fight for the 3rd place available.


The sprinters don't bother but i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png Neil Van der Ploeg does. That doesn't make much sense...

I guess he couldn't take his younger brother getting all the glory up front because there is really no reason for this. He is 42nd overall (+9'10") and 9th in sprint points with 25 points. Very strange. Perhaps he just wanted some more TV time?


At the 2nd of 3 sprint points with 93kms to go i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png Van der Ploeg plays nice and allows i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/wwr.png Farabaugh to roll over the line for the small amount of prize money.


The peloton comes through 4'35" behind the breakaway and again it's
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png Neil Van der Ploeg jumping out of the pack to take 3rd.

i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png Van der Ploeg brothers are sure getting a lot of attention today.


The final cobble section came and went without any problems. So we are looking at a sprint finish with i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/vtb.png Team Vontobel doing their best to bring back the breakaway.

Although, it should be noted that there is a slight speed bump around 10kms out from the finish which could disturb a routine bunch sprint (or possibly help the breakaway stay away).


What is this? Attacks 42kms out from the finish! They are lead by the minions of Chiquita. They certainly love trying to stir things up.
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/tcu.png Murphy (92nd Overall - +16'25") is followed by

i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/gnu.png Kolobnev (96th Overall - +17'44")
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/scl.png Oba (82nd Overall - +14'53")
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/spr.png Mundle (102nd Overall - +19'21")
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/lpu.png Joseph (12th Overall and i461.photobucket.com/albums/qq337/jt1109jt1109/kom_zps3cc10dba.png Co-Leader - +3'37")


i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/mlj.png Jelloul (18th Overall - +4'38") also wants in on this move.

But, more importantly is the man trying to counter behind him...

i461.photobucket.com/albums/qq337/jt1109jt1109/yellow_zps6c2eea76.png Wyss is chasing him down himself! This race is wide open now as i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/vtb.png Team Vontobel is done chasing. It's up to the sprinter's teams to keep this race under control otherwise the GC contenders are going to keep throwing last ditch punches at each other. Which would suit the breakaway riders nicely...

(I can already hear whispers of another i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png Eddie Stobart win)


It's a cat and mouse game all over the road... our cameras can't keep up.

When the dust settles we see i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/gnu.png Kolobnev and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/spr.png Mundle have broken away and are closing in on the breakaway.

Behind them is a group of 4:

i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/tas.png Wu (105th Overall and i461.photobucket.com/albums/qq337/jt1109jt1109/kom_zps3cc10dba.png Co-Leader - +20'13")
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/scl.png Oba
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/evo.png Stoltz (59th Overall - +10'53")
i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/cdb.png Ostergaard (114th Overall - +22'05")

So, the sprinter's teams pulled back a majority of the first attack but a few new names have got free.


Then there is this crazy event happening on the front of the peloton. Believe it or not but this is the 4th consecutive attack made by i461.photobucket.com/albums/qq337/jt1109jt1109/kom_zps3cc10dba.png Joseph. Each time he has been countered by i461.photobucket.com/albums/qq337/jt1109jt1109/yellow_zps6c2eea76.png Wyss and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/flg.png Roulston (4th Overall - +1'28").

But, every time he looks back and sees i461.photobucket.com/albums/qq337/jt1109jt1109/yellow_zps6c2eea76.png Wyss and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/flg.png Roulston on his wheel he stops working and the group drops back to the peloton. Again, this is his 4th attempt at doing this!


Attempt #5... Every time they get brought back the peloton stops working. Looks like they don't care about the other riders that have jumped off the front. The only thing they care about is keeping the yellow jersey in their sights.

While our cameras continue to follow this weird back-and-forth action the breakaway has pasted through the 3rd and final sprint checkpoint.

1st i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/wwr.png Farabaugh / 2nd i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png Van der Ploeg

...and 3rd i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/spr.png Mundle chasing with i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/gnu.png Kolobnev 40 seconds behind them with 24kms to go.


Attempt #5 is brought back and the peloton quits chasing again. With everyone up the road over 10 minutes back on GC and the sprinter's teams don't have the amount of firepower needed to reduce the gap. They all just give up.

Which means one of the 8 riders up the road is going to win the stage...
(more whispers of another i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png Eddie Stobart win...)


Attempt #6 with 20kms to go (for the peloton, the breakaway is 14.5kms to go). If the peloton isn't careful about chasing, a few riders up front are going to jump a lot of places in GC on the final day.

As usually they are brought back... We can thank i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/ttt.png Team TomTom for continuously shutting down these attempts.


10kms to go, so time for a rapid recap of the field.

E1: i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png P. Van der Ploeg (+13'31") and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/wwr.png Farabaugh (+26'04")
E2 (+40"): i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/gnu.png Kolobnev (+17'44)
E3 (+40"): i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/spr.png Mundle (+19'21")
E4 (+35"):i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/tas.png Wu (+20'13"),i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/scl.png Oba (+14'53"),i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/evo.png Stoltz (+10'53"),
and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/cdb.png Ostergaard (+22'05")

Then the peloton an astonishing 5'45" (and growing) behind the E4 group.


5kms to go and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png P. Van der Ploeg and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/wwr.png Farabaugh are still going strong. i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/gnu.png Kolobnev is doing everything he can to close the gap but he is running out of time.


Look at this! 4kms to go and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/wwr.png Farabaugh attacks i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png P. Van der Ploeg. He knows he can't beat i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png Van der Ploeg in a sprint so this gives him the best chance to win.


i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/wwr.png Farabaugh takes the wide turn and sees the banner!

Does i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png Van der Ploeg have anything left in the tank to pull back the gap and take another win for i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png Eddie Stobart Pro Cycling?


No! It's a solo victory for i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/wwr.png Adam Farabaugh!

What a day for him and his team.

He beats the almighty Eddie Stobart team as i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png Paul Van der Ploeg cross the line for 2nd. Bragging rights are in order for Neil as his younger brother just didn't have the energy left at the end of a long day to get the job done.


A very quiet 3rd place for i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/gnu.png Kolobnev, but his team should be a little happy with result even though he lost all ambitions of a good GC placing on the 1st stage.


i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/cdb.png Ostergaard leads home the rest of the riders that got away up front.

i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/tas.png Wu 5th, i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/evo.png Stoltz 6th, a very tired i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/spr.png Mundle 7th, and i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/scl.png Oba 8th.

That just leaves the peloton to fight for 9th, over 6 minutes away from the finish line. Speaking of which, we are getting word of an attack...


i461.photobucket.com/albums/qq337/jt1109jt1109/kom_zps3cc10dba.png Joseph has gone again. The 8th attempt (I think, I have lost count). But, this time he doesn't have i461.photobucket.com/albums/qq337/jt1109jt1109/yellow_zps6c2eea76.png Wyss or i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/flg.png Roulston on his back wheel. He is 6kms out so he could be looking a gaining around a minute or so if the peloton doesn't react fast. A top 10 or even top 5 in GC is possible if he can hold them off.


Nope not gonna happen, just like his previous attempts he is pulled back.

The last thing to fight for here then is the i461.photobucket.com/albums/qq337/jt1109jt1109/green_zps71ba4648.png jersey.


Very limited points as the peloton fights for 9th place.

i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/rse.png Sutton takes it over i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/mlj.png Gajek on the line.


i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/nor.png Bole tries to get the 3 sprint points he needs to overtake i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/ioa.png Sweeting but falls shorts by finishing 16th on the stage.


i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/vtb.png Wyss cross the line in the peloton and is the 1st ever winner of the Benelux Challenge! 2nd to i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/ttt.png Lebris and 3rd to i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/ioa.png Sweeting who comes home right in front of i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/vtb.png Wyss.

The biggest movers in GC on the final stage?

i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/esc.png Paul Van der Ploeg jumps all the way to 9th overall (and becomes best young rider, and helps his team win the team competition), so perhaps he does get the last laugh over his older brother Neil even though he didn't get the stage win.

However, he isn't even our biggest mover for today. i439.photobucket.com/albums/qq112/Gustavovskiy/microjerseys14/evo.png Stoltz is able to jump up to take 8th overall. Good for him.

That does it for our coverage. I hope you enjoyed it.

We had a bit of everything here and it made for a fun and exciting race to watch. Congrats to all the winners.

Stage Results

1Adam FarabaughWounded Warrior Racing4h24'01
2Paul Van der PloegEddie Stobart Pro Cyclings.t.
3Aleksandr KolobnevGrupo Nutresa+ 58
4Niki ØstergaardTeam Carlsberg - Danske Bank+ 1'56
5Shengjun WuTeam ASDA-Saverss.t.
6Yannick StoltzEvonik - Signal Idunas.t.
7Benedikt MundleSauber Petronas Racings.t.
8Masatoshi ObaSiam Cement - Lenovos.t.
9Christopher SuttonRisa - Ergon+ 9'06
10Artur GajekMaloja Mountain Nomadss.t.
11Linus DahlbergTeam Live Nations.t.
12Alex RasmussenTeam Carlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
13Damion DrapacBank of Ireland - Irish Cyclings.t.
14Michael VanderaerdenFletcher - Garneaus.t.
15Ralf MatzkaMaloja Mountain Nomadss.t.
16Grega BoleTeam Nordeuss.t.
17Simon GaywoodTeam ASDA-Saverss.t.
18Aleksei SchmidtTeam Ameriabank-Novateks.t.
19David VitoriaMaloja Mountain Nomadss.t.
20Cyril LemoineIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchans.t.
21Robert SweetingIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchans.t.
22Steven CaethovenGrupo Nutresas.t.
23Mark RenshawEddie Stobart Pro Cyclings.t.
24Marcel WyssTeam Vontobels.t.
25Alexandre AulasIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchans.t.
26Khayabkhyrvaa UugunbayarSiam Cement - Lenovos.t.
27Yu TakenouchiTeam ASDA-Saverss.t.
28Aurélien PasseronMaloja Mountain Nomadss.t.
29Mauro RichezeGrupo Nutresas.t.
30Martin KohlerTeam Vontobels.t.
31Timothy DupontEvonik - Signal Idunas.t.
32Nikola AistrupTeam Carlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
33Ethan KimminceFletcher - Garneaus.t.
34Jose Vicente ToribioTeam TomToms.t.
35Cedric LebrisTeam TomToms.t.
36Jean-Lou PaianiIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchans.t.
37Jack HaigMaloja Mountain Nomadss.t.
38Hayden RoulstonFletcher - Garneaus.t.
39Maksym AverinGrupo Nutresas.t.
40Neil Van der PloegEddie Stobart Pro Cyclings.t.
41Steven TronetTeam Vontobels.t.
42Stijn JosephLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Teams.t.
43Mihran AvetisyanTeam Ameriabank-Novateks.t.
44Jonas Aaen JørgensenRisa - Ergons.t.
45Bjorn SelanderTeam Chiquita - Universals.t.
46Martin VelitsTeam Ameriabank-Novateks.t.
47Sergey FirsanovTeam Ameriabank-Novateks.t.
48Tyler FarrarAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
49Phillip GaimonIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchans.t.
50Lachlan NorrisEddie Stobart Pro Cyclings.t.
51Leonardo DuqueAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
52Adil JelloulMaloja Mountain Nomadss.t.
53Mohammed Zamri SallehSauber Petronas Racings.t.
54Arman KharatyanTeam Ameriabank-Novateks.t.
55Ermin Van WykFletcher - Garneaus.t.
56Mike FriedmanTeam Chiquita - Universals.t.
57Michael SchärTeam Vontobels.t.
58Valentin IglinskiTeam Ameriabank-Novateks.t.
59Aleksei SaramotinsEvonik - Signal Idunas.t.
60Wim StroetingaTeam Chiquita - Universals.t.
61John MurphyTeam Chiquita - Universals.t.
62Alex MeenhorstTeam ASDA-Saverss.t.
63Nic HamiltonBank of Ireland - Irish Cyclings.t.
64Carter JonesTeam Chiquita - Universals.t.
65Jimmy PranataSauber Petronas Racings.t.
66Joshua EdmondsonEddie Stobart Pro Cyclings.t.
67David VeilleuxAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
68Yohann GeneAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
69Florian BissingerEvonik - Signal Idunas.t.
70Clinton AveryTeam ASDA-Saverss.t.
71Tobyn HortonBank of Ireland - Irish Cyclings.t.
72Wang-yip TangTeam ASDA-Saverss.t.
73Greg De WindeLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Teams.t.
74Sébastien RosselerTeam Carlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
75Brian BulgacTeam TomToms.t.
76Christopher StevensonTeam Carlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
77Matthew CraneWounded Warrior Racings.t.
78Martin MortensenTeam Carlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
79Remo SchulerTeam Vontobels.t.
80Kenny De HaesRisa - Ergons.t.
81Cesar Andre FonteGrupo Nutresas.t.
82Kevin BarclayBank of Ireland - Irish Cyclings.t.
83Jan BartaTeam Ameriabank-Novateks.t.
84Eugenio AlafaciTeam Nordeuss.t.
85Yauhen SobalBank of Ireland - Irish Cyclings.t.
86Christer RakeRisa - Ergons.t.
87Antoine MatteauIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchans.t.
88Gabor KasaTeam Nordeuss.t.
89Ed ClancyEddie Stobart Pro Cyclings.t.
90Sam HarrisonBank of Ireland - Irish Cyclings.t.
91Jens DebusschereLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Teams.t.
92Timothy DugganTeam TomToms.t.
93Olli KulppiTeam Live Nations.t.
94Louis VerhelstLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Teams.t.
95Marco ZafferaniSauber Petronas Racings.t.
96Maksym VasilyevLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Teams.t.
97Hakon Frengstad BergerRisa - Ergons.t.
98Jasper StuyvenLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Teams.t.
99Marko StankovicTeam Nordeuss.t.
100Edward TheunsLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Teams.t.
101Øystein Stake LaengenRisa - Ergons.t.
102Martin SchoffmannTeam Carlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
103Tesfay AbrahaIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchans.t.
104Julian AlaphilippeTeam Nordeuss.t.
105Markus FahnertMaloja Mountain Nomadss.t.
106Viktor RenängTeam Live Nations.t.
107Bob SchoonbroodtTeam TomToms.t.
108Sergiu CiobanTeam Live Nations.t.
109Dainius KairelisControl Teams.t.
110Nebojsa JovanovicTeam Nordeuss.t.
111Amir Mustafa RusliSauber Petronas Racings.t.
112Muhamad Adiq OthmanFletcher - Garneaus.t.
113Indulis BekmanisTeam TomToms.t.
114Ryan MullenBank of Ireland - Irish Cyclings.t.
115Vegard Robinson BuggeRisa - Ergons.t.
116Alireza AshgarzadehSauber Petronas Racings.t.
117Jonathan MillanAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
118Simon PellaudTeam Vontobels.t.
119Mark GaledoSiam Cement - Lenovos.t.
120Boris BorisavljevicTeam Nordeuss.t.
121Luis Angel MateTeam TomToms.t.
122Christian MagerEvonik - Signal Idunas.t.
123Andrew BajadaliWounded Warrior Racings.t.
124Kenny De KeteleWounded Warrior Racings.t.
125Stéphane PoulhièsTeam Vontobels.t.
126Dayer QuintanaGrupo Nutresas.t.
127Gennadiy TatarinovGrupo Nutresas.t.
128Rasim ReisTeam Live Nations.t.
129Sarawut SirironnachaiSiam Cement - Lenovos.t.
130Dale ApplebyEddie Stobart Pro Cyclings.t.
131Guillaume MalleFletcher - Garneaus.t.
132Nazar JumabekovONCE-Eroski Cycling Teams.t.
133Miguel Angel BenitoONCE-Eroski Cycling Teams.t.
134Thanawut SanikwathiSiam Cement - Lenovos.t.
135Arnaud GrandEvonik - Signal Idunas.t.
136Jesús HerradaONCE-Eroski Cycling Teams.t.
137Jaroslaw DabrowskiTeam Live Nations.t.
138Cesar IxehuatiAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
139Maximillian SchachmannONCE-Eroski Cycling Teams.t.
140Giacomo ScarponiSauber Petronas Racings.t.
141César VaqueraAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
142Richard Antonio CarapazONCE-Eroski Cycling Teams.t.
143Essa KhalifaTeam Live Nations.t.
144Zhihui JiangSiam Cement - Lenovos.t.
145Tomasz ZywerControl Teams.t.
146Bambang SuryadiSiam Cement - Lenovos.t.
147Alex HowesTeam Chiquita - Universals.t.
148Dominique MayhoWounded Warrior Racings.t.
149Ivor BruinControl Teams.t.
150Paul MachWounded Warrior Racings.t.
151Tareq EsmaeliTeam Chiquita - Universals.t.
152Guillaume BoivinEvonik - Signal Idunas.t.
153Alberigo PassalacquaFletcher - Garneaus.t.
154Thomas BonninONCE-Eroski Cycling Teams.t.
155Max WalslebenONCE-Eroski Cycling Teams.t.
156Johnson ArnoldWounded Warrior Racings.t.

General Classification

1Marcel WyssTeam Vontobel26h15'01
2Cedric LebrisTeam TomTom+ 32
3Robert SweetingIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchan+ 1'28
4Hayden RoulstonFletcher - Garneaus.t.
5Bjorn SelanderTeam Chiquita - Universal+ 1'42
6Alexandre AulasIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchan+ 1'43
7Jean-Lou PaianiIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchan+ 2'00
8Yannick StoltzEvonik - Signal Iduna+ 3'43
9Paul Van der PloegEddie Stobart Pro Cycling+ 3'59
10Grega BoleTeam Nordeus+ 4'10
11Valentin IglinskiTeam Ameriabank-Novateks.t.
12Leonardo DuqueAzteca - NBCSN+ 4'18
13Sam HarrisonBank of Ireland - Irish Cycling+ 4'26
14Stijn JosephLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Team+ 4'37
15Phillip GaimonIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchan+ 4'38
16Martin VelitsTeam Ameriabank-Novateks.t.
17Adil JelloulMaloja Mountain Nomadss.t.
18Sergiu CiobanTeam Live Nations.t.
19Cesar Andre FonteGrupo Nutresas.t.
20Jimmy PranataSauber Petronas Racings.t.
21Martin KohlerTeam Vontobels.t.
22Yauhen SobalBank of Ireland - Irish Cyclings.t.
23Nic HamiltonBank of Ireland - Irish Cyclings.t.
24Markus FahnertMaloja Mountain Nomadss.t.
25Michael SchärTeam Vontobels.t.
26Nazar JumabekovONCE-Eroski Cycling Teams.t.
27Alberigo PassalacquaFletcher - Garneaus.t.
28Christer RakeRisa - Ergons.t.
29Dale ApplebyEddie Stobart Pro Cyclings.t.
30Bob SchoonbroodtTeam TomToms.t.
31Kenny De KeteleWounded Warrior Racings.t.
32Sébastien RosselerTeam Carlsberg - Danske Bank+ 4'49
33Christopher SuttonRisa - Ergon+ 7'06
34Timothy DupontEvonik - Signal Idunas.t.
35Ermin Van WykFletcher - Garneaus.t.
36Masatoshi ObaSiam Cement - Lenovo+ 7'43
37Maximillian SchachmannONCE-Eroski Cycling Team+ 8'21
38Guillaume MalleFletcher - Garneau+ 8'23
39Alex HowesTeam Chiquita - Universals.t.
40Yu TakenouchiTeam ASDA-Savers+ 8'24
41David VitoriaMaloja Mountain Nomads+ 8'25
42Clinton AveryTeam ASDA-Saverss.t.
43Tareq EsmaeliTeam Chiquita - Universals.t.
44Sergey FirsanovTeam Ameriabank-Novatek+ 9'00
45Neil Van der PloegEddie Stobart Pro Cycling+ 9'06
46Jose Vicente ToribioTeam TomTom+ 9'23
47Aleksandr KolobnevGrupo Nutresa+ 9'28
48Tyler FarrarAzteca - NBCSN+ 9'42
49Steven CaethovenGrupo Nutresa+ 9'44
50Maksym AverinGrupo Nutresas.t.
51Yohann GeneAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
52Steven TronetTeam Vontobels.t.
53Mike FriedmanTeam Chiquita - Universals.t.
54Jonathan MillanAzteca - NBCSN+ 10'12
55Mohammed Zamri SallehSauber Petronas Racings.t.
56Jan BartaTeam Ameriabank-Novateks.t.
57Eugenio AlafaciTeam Nordeuss.t.
58Gabor KasaTeam Nordeuss.t.
59Arman KharatyanTeam Ameriabank-Novateks.t.
60Ryan MullenBank of Ireland - Irish Cyclings.t.
61Aleksei SaramotinsEvonik - Signal Iduna+ 10'33
62Cyril LemoineIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchan+ 10'53
63Nebojsa JovanovicTeam Nordeus+ 10'57
64Alireza AshgarzadehSauber Petronas Racing+ 11'15
65Joshua EdmondsonEddie Stobart Pro Cycling+ 11'38
66Remo SchulerTeam Vontobels.t.
67Aurélien PasseronMaloja Mountain Nomadss.t.
68Martin SchoffmannTeam Carlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
69Wang-yip TangTeam ASDA-Saverss.t.
70Luis Angel MateTeam TomToms.t.
71Simon PellaudTeam Vontobels.t.
72Jaroslaw DabrowskiTeam Live Nations.t.
73Benedikt MundleSauber Petronas Racing+ 12'09
74Shengjun WuTeam ASDA-Savers+ 13'03
75Linus DahlbergTeam Live Nation+ 13'31
76Nikola AistrupTeam Carlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
77Christopher StevensonTeam Carlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
78Marko StankovicTeam Nordeuss.t.
79Antoine MatteauIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchans.t.
80Muhamad Adiq OthmanFletcher - Garneaus.t.
81Matthew CraneWounded Warrior Racings.t.
82Kenny De HaesRisa - Ergon+ 13'32
83Jonas Aaen JørgensenRisa - Ergon+ 13'35
84Julian AlaphilippeTeam Nordeus+ 13'59
85Lachlan NorrisEddie Stobart Pro Cycling+ 14'24
86Niki ØstergaardTeam Carlsberg - Danske Bank+ 14'55
87Boris BorisavljevicTeam Nordeus+ 15'02
88Louis VerhelstLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Team+ 15'17
89Jasper StuyvenLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Team+ 15'19
90Indulis BekmanisTeam TomTom+ 15'25
91Amir Mustafa RusliSauber Petronas Racings.t.
92Gennadiy TatarinovGrupo Nutresas.t.
93Ethan KimminceFletcher - Garneau+ 15'50
94Tobyn HortonBank of Ireland - Irish Cycling+ 16'21
95Cesar IxehuatiAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
96Adam FarabaughWounded Warrior Racing+ 16'22
97John MurphyTeam Chiquita - Universal+ 16'25
98Michael VanderaerdenFletcher - Garneau+ 16'44
99Andrew BajadaliWounded Warrior Racing+ 17'03
100César VaqueraAzteca - NBCSN+ 17'42
101Timothy DugganTeam TomTom+ 18'02
102Edward TheunsLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Team+ 18'25
103David VeilleuxAzteca - NBCSN+ 19'05
104Olli KulppiTeam Live Nations.t.
105Marco ZafferaniSauber Petronas Racing+ 19'10
106Miguel Angel BenitoONCE-Eroski Cycling Team+ 19'44
107Florian BissingerEvonik - Signal Iduna+ 19'53
108Thanawut SanikwathiSiam Cement - Lenovo+ 20'15
109Christian MagerEvonik - Signal Iduna+ 20'22
110Simon GaywoodTeam ASDA-Savers+ 20'31
111Jens DebusschereLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Teams.t.
112Essa KhalifaTeam Live Nations.t.
113Mark RenshawEddie Stobart Pro Cycling+ 21'05
114Jack HaigMaloja Mountain Nomads+ 21'14
115Brian BulgacTeam TomTom+ 22'03
116Alex MeenhorstTeam ASDA-Savers+ 22'37
117Hakon Frengstad BergerRisa - Ergon+ 22'50
118Wim StroetingaTeam Chiquita - Universal+ 22'54
119Kevin BarclayBank of Ireland - Irish Cycling+ 23'02
120Jesús HerradaONCE-Eroski Cycling Team+ 23'41
121Greg De WindeLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Team+ 24'12
122Carter JonesTeam Chiquita - Universal+ 24'14
123Thomas BonninONCE-Eroski Cycling Teams.t.
124Khayabkhyrvaa UugunbayarSiam Cement - Lenovo+ 24'19
125Damion DrapacBank of Ireland - Irish Cycling+ 24'32
126Richard Antonio CarapazONCE-Eroski Cycling Team+ 24'35
127Dainius KairelisControl Team+ 24'58
128Mauro RichezeGrupo Nutresa+ 25'57
129Mihran AvetisyanTeam Ameriabank-Novatek+ 27'09
130Artur GajekMaloja Mountain Nomads+ 27'12
131Martin MortensenTeam Carlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
132Dayer QuintanaGrupo Nutresa+ 27'29
133Paul MachWounded Warrior Racing+ 27'56
134Tesfay AbrahaIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchan+ 27'58
135Sarawut SirironnachaiSiam Cement - Lenovo+ 28'34
136Øystein Stake LaengenRisa - Ergon+ 29'00
137Zhihui JiangSiam Cement - Lenovo+ 29'13
138Ralf MatzkaMaloja Mountain Nomads+ 29'44
139Mark GaledoSiam Cement - Lenovo+ 31'59
140Stéphane PoulhièsTeam Vontobel+ 32'18
141Ed ClancyEddie Stobart Pro Cycling+ 32'55
142Vegard Robinson BuggeRisa - Ergon+ 34'22
143Alex RasmussenTeam Carlsberg - Danske Bank+ 35'19
144Arnaud GrandEvonik - Signal Iduna+ 36'42
145Max WalslebenONCE-Eroski Cycling Team+ 37'24
146Bambang SuryadiSiam Cement - Lenovo+ 38'46
147Dominique MayhoWounded Warrior Racing+ 39'13
148Maksym VasilyevLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Team+ 39'32
149Aleksei SchmidtTeam Ameriabank-Novatek+ 42'46
150Rasim ReisTeam Live Nation+ 46'41
151Ivor BruinControl Team+ 46'44
152Viktor RenängTeam Live Nation+ 47'54
153Johnson ArnoldWounded Warrior Racing+ 50'34
154Guillaume BoivinEvonik - Signal Iduna+ 51'18
155Tomasz ZywerControl Team+ 52'29
156Giacomo ScarponiSauber Petronas Racing+ 52'54

Sprint Points

1Robert SweetingIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchan055
2Grega BoleTeam Nordeus052
3Valentin IglinskiTeam Ameriabank-Novatek048
4Adam FarabaughWounded Warrior Racing4141
5Cedric LebrisTeam TomTom038
6Leonardo DuqueAzteca - NBCSN037
7Bjorn SelanderTeam Chiquita - Universal037
8Paul Van der PloegEddie Stobart Pro Cycling3434
9Yu TakenouchiTeam ASDA-Savers033
10Marcel WyssTeam Vontobel032
11Shengjun WuTeam ASDA-Savers1230
12Neil Van der PloegEddie Stobart Pro Cycling429
13Christopher SuttonRisa - Ergon729
14Aleksandr KolobnevGrupo Nutresa1626
15Alexandre AulasIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchan023
16Sam HarrisonBank of Ireland - Irish Cycling020
17Stijn JosephLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Team020
18Masatoshi ObaSiam Cement - Lenovo820
19Tyler FarrarAzteca - NBCSN016
20Florian BissingerEvonik - Signal Iduna016
21Thanawut SanikwathiSiam Cement - Lenovo016
22Phillip GaimonIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchan014
23Nic HamiltonBank of Ireland - Irish Cycling014
24Sébastien RosselerTeam Carlsberg - Danske Bank014
25Steven TronetTeam Vontobel014
26Niki ØstergaardTeam Carlsberg - Danske Bank1414
27Hayden RoulstonFletcher - Garneau012
28Martin VelitsTeam Ameriabank-Novatek012
29Mike FriedmanTeam Chiquita - Universal012
30Nebojsa JovanovicTeam Nordeus012
31Yannick StoltzEvonik - Signal Iduna1011
32Benedikt MundleSauber Petronas Racing1111
33Jonathan MillanAzteca - NBCSN010
34Marko StankovicTeam Nordeus010
35Bob SchoonbroodtTeam TomTom09
36Martin SchoffmannTeam Carlsberg - Danske Bank09
37Julian AlaphilippeTeam Nordeus09
38Wim StroetingaTeam Chiquita - Universal09
39Adil JelloulMaloja Mountain Nomads08
40Mohammed Zamri SallehSauber Petronas Racing08
41Louis VerhelstLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Team08
42Dale ApplebyEddie Stobart Pro Cycling07
43Ermin Van WykFletcher - Garneau06
44Jan BartaTeam Ameriabank-Novatek06
45Remo SchulerTeam Vontobel06
46Jasper StuyvenLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Team06
47Artur GajekMaloja Mountain Nomads66
48Jean-Lou PaianiIn-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchan05
49Markus FahnertMaloja Mountain Nomads05
50Maksym AverinGrupo Nutresa05
51Linus DahlbergTeam Live Nation55
52Nikola AistrupTeam Carlsberg - Danske Bank05
53Sergiu CiobanTeam Live Nation04
54Maximillian SchachmannONCE-Eroski Cycling Team04
55Joshua EdmondsonEddie Stobart Pro Cycling04
56Alex MeenhorstTeam ASDA-Savers04
57Greg De WindeLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Team04
58Alex RasmussenTeam Carlsberg - Danske Bank44
59Dominique MayhoWounded Warrior Racing04
60Timothy DupontEvonik - Signal Iduna03
61Kenny De HaesRisa - Ergon03
62Jonas Aaen JørgensenRisa - Ergon03
63Damion DrapacBank of Ireland - Irish Cycling33
64Guillaume MalleFletcher - Garneau02
65Alex HowesTeam Chiquita - Universal02
66Michael VanderaerdenFletcher - Garneau22
67Sergey FirsanovTeam Ameriabank-Novatek01
68John MurphyTeam Chiquita - Universal01
69Kevin BarclayBank of Ireland - Irish Cycling01
70Ralf MatzkaMaloja Mountain Nomads11

King of Mountains

1Stijn JosephLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Team80
2Shengjun WuTeam ASDA-Savers80
3Alex HowesTeam Chiquita - Universal68
4Jasper StuyvenLierse SK - Pizza Ullo Cycling Team49
5Clinton AveryTeam ASDA-Savers32
6Sergiu CiobanTeam Live Nation16
7Markus FahnertMaloja Mountain Nomads12
8Cesar Andre FonteGrupo Nutresa10
9Yannick StoltzEvonik - Signal Iduna9
10Alberigo PassalacquaFletcher - Garneau8
11Martin KohlerTeam Vontobel8
12Joshua EdmondsonEddie Stobart Pro Cycling8
13César VaqueraAzteca - NBCSN8
14Dominique MayhoWounded Warrior Racing7
15Marcel WyssTeam Vontobel6
16Nebojsa JovanovicTeam Nordeus6
17Cesar IxehuatiAzteca - NBCSN6
18Grega BoleTeam Nordeus4
19Luis Angel MateTeam TomTom4
20Julian AlaphilippeTeam Nordeus4
21Thanawut SanikwathiSiam Cement - Lenovo3
22Bjorn SelanderTeam Chiquita - Universal2
23David VeilleuxAzteca - NBCSN2
24Andrew BajadaliWounded Warrior Racing1

Young Rider

Paul Van der PloegEddie Stobart Pro Cycling26h19'00 (1)
Sam HarrisonBank of Ireland - Irish Cycling+ 27 (2)
Sergiu CiobanTeam Live Nation+ 39 (3)
Jimmy PranataSauber Petronas Racing+ 39 (4)
Bob SchoonbroodtTeam TomTom+ 39 (5)
Maximillian SchachmannONCE-Eroski Cycling Team+ 4'22 (6)
Eugenio AlafaciTeam Nordeus+ 6'13 (7)
Gabor KasaTeam Nordeus+ 6'13 (8)
Ryan MullenBank of Ireland - Irish Cycling+ 6'13 (9)
Joshua EdmondsonEddie Stobart Pro Cycling+ 7'39 (10)


Eddie Stobart Pro Cycling78h47'43 (1)
Grupo Nutresa+ 2'48 (2)
In-n-Out Racing Powered by Auchan+ 3'03 (3)
Sauber Petronas Racing+ 4'04 (4)
Fletcher - Garneau+ 5'26 (5)
Team Vontobel+ 6'48 (6)
Team Chiquita - Universal+ 8'18 (7)
Maloja Mountain Nomads+ 11'14 (8)
Bank of Ireland - Irish Cycling+ 11'14 (9)
Evonik - Signal Iduna+ 12'14 (10)

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