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EPIC - Vuelta a España 2013
Ollfardh wrote:
SSJ2Luigi wrote:
a Vuelta stage perhaps, nah. profiles update Pfft (yes I love doing this Pfft)

Oh look, is that Europcar's point total going down?

I hope not, seems that the stats of the Belkin riders are going down just as fast Pfft
Stop bickering and get on with it. Pfft

Stage 15 makes my eyes water. Brutal.
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This year’s Vuelta starts in Vilanova de Arousa and will prove to be an spectacular one thanks to the starting podium for only team time trial in this year’s Vuelta.

A clear favorite for the TTT isn’t found easily, teams like Movistar, Garmin and Belkin are able to finish good today but RadioShack, Orica and Euskaltel winning wouldn’t be a stretch either. Two things are for certain. Predicting the winner is almost impossible and it won’t be Team De Rijke as they are only here for the sake of being here.
The Team that opens the team time trial is perhaps the biggest favorite today with Dennis, Navardauskas, Vande Velde, Danielson and Zabriskie at the starting line. Also joining them is Irishman Daniel Martin, who’s going for either a good General or good stage results. They set the first time at 34’53”
The team without defending champion Alberto Contador, now hopes that either Rafal Majka or Nicolas Roche can save the day. if they can’t, it will be hard to get results that are acceptable for the team as Cantwell is the only one that can handle himself in a sprint. They end up with 35’44”
The guys from The Netherlands aren’t here too joke around, shown clearly when the passed the boys from De Rijke that are here for that exact reason. They’ll rely on Luis Leon Sánchez, Ten Dam, Cristobal Riquelme and Boom to score points. They aren’t able to beat Garmin however, they lose 8 seconds on them. 35’01”
The 2012 Vuelta winner is absent but luckily the 2011 winner is. Juan Josè Cobo isn’t Movistar’s man for the general classification. The 2009 winner has that role. Alejandro Valverde is charged with getting a podium or possible even better from the Movistar directives. They start with 35’22”. provisionally 3rd
The questions that everyone breathing AG2R, will the team ride for a potential GC placing Riblon/Gadret or are they free to chase their own fortune in the stages. Only time will tell. Time also tells that they achieve provisionally 5th with 35’54”
Jakob Fuglsang gets his chance to be Astana’s leader for once but the lack of support can cost him dearly in his GT leader debut. They put up the slowest time so far with 35’55”
Joaquim Rodriguez will have the honor of having the number 1 on his back and is seen as the main rival to finally take his first Grand Tour victory. If he falls however they still have a back-up plan in Daniel Moreno. They finish in 4th provisional with 35’37”
With self-proclaimed top favorite Chris Horner. RadioShack is confident that he will win the Vuelta. However the support is really lacking in comparison with Movistar, Katusha or Euskaltel. They take 4th place from Katusha by 12 seconds 35’25
Team Cannondale, or Team Peter Sagan as they are known between some general managers are here without their superstar. They’ll instead rely on Moser and De Marchi to get the points home in this race. 35’43” is their time. Currently 6th
The French FDJ team is filled with stage hunters. Sandy Casar and Pierrick Fédrigo are the ones that should do this. Keep an eye on them in the third week. They surprise with 8th time provisionally. 35’46”
The Vuelta is the MTN’s only Grand Tour this year and they hope to shine. With riders like Ciolek and Guido they should mix it up in the sprints and we’ll see them plenty enough in breakaways for sure. They lose over a minute on Garmin today. 36’09
The current world champion in the Team Time Trial didn’t bring their greatest team combination for the discipline but with current world champion in the individual time trial, they can’t be seen as chanceless. However looking at their time of 36’01”
The attackers from Caja Rural only hope on any good results seems to lie on Txurruka shoulders. Any day without any of them in a break is a bad day in their book. 35’01”
After a horrible Giro in which they scored no points, they redeemed themselves in the Tour. Lotto now hope that Jurgen Van den Broeck is able to continue that line. Griepel is absent so the sprints will be handled by Jurgen Roelandts most likely. The time they set seems to be from their Giro time as they set the same time as MTN 36’09” meaing 14th place
Some people that think they are funny have already reserved the 11th place on every stage and final GC for someone from BMC. However without a real leader in the team things might get frustrating in the BMC headquarters. The time they set isn’t to be happy about.
Team Sky with Chris Froome will be the rider and team to beat. Having won the Tour over a month ago, is he fresh enough to do it again in the Vuelta. The team support is here too but it’s hard to see a wolf in sheep cloth. Maybe the biggest thread to Froome is within his own team. I’m sure that Úran wouldn’t mind taking the win himself. They fail to get in the top 10 however as they finish 11th with 35’58”
Lampre is here with one goal: Getting noticed and the best guy to do it is most likely Serpa. They do however have one of the best looking national championships jersey with Durasek . Even despite having the national champion they are take last place with some distance, 20 seconds slower than MTN and Lotto 36’29”
Self proclaimed “everybody favorite team”, Team NetApp will be relying on Konig and Birt. If they fail, then it’s going to be a long three weeks for the boys in blue. They finish in provisional 17th 36’10”
The Basque team with Samuel Sánchez and Igor Anton within its ranks is here to show something after a disastrous Tour de France. Hopefully they have more luck in their native country. It starts well by finishing 5th today with 35’35”
Argos have done what they’ve always done. With a sprinter as leader to a grand tour, this time it’s John Degenkolb with the honours although his train is a bit lackluster. Perhaps more of an eye catcher will be Oriste Ghita from Pakistan. They just miss out on a top 10 by setting 35’55” in 12th
Following Argos, we have the final team of today: Orica GreenEDGE, that has with Michel Matthews the main competitor against Argos’s Degenkolb. Also have an eye out of Pieter Weening, he’ll surprise the world if he’s not found in a breakaway over the course of these three weeks. They set the 8th place for today with 35’43”

They were the first team to start and they had a long day in the hot-seat in store for them but in the end it’s all worth it. Team Garmin-Sharp wins the team time trial and Rohan Dennis will be wearing the red jersey tomorrow.

1Garmin - Sharp34'53
2Belkin Pro Cycling Team+ 8
3Movistar Team+ 29
4RadioShack - Leopard+ 32
5Euskaltel - Euskadi+ 42
6Katusha Team+ 44
7Cannondale Pro Cycling+ 50
8Orica - GreenEdges.t.
9Team Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
10FDJ.fr+ 53

11AG2R La Mondiale+ 1'01
12Team Argos - Shimanos.t.
13Astana Pro Teams.t.
14Sky Procycling+ 1'05
15Omega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Team+ 1'08
16Caja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
17BMC Racing Team+ 1'09
18MTN - Qhubeka+ 1'16
19Lotto Belisols.t.
20Team NetApp - Endura+ 1'17
21Lampre - Merida+ 1'36
22Cyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 4'01

General Classification

1Rohan DennisGarmin - Sharp34'53

2Daniel MartinGarmin - Sharps.t.
3Peter StetinaGarmin - Sharps.t.
4David ZabriskieGarmin - Sharps.t.
5Fabian WegmannGarmin - Sharps.t.
6Ramunas NavardauskasGarmin - Sharps.t.
7Christian Vande VeldeGarmin - Sharps.t.
8Tom DanielsonGarmin - Sharp+ 1
9Michel KrederGarmin - Sharp+ 3
10Luis León SánchezBelkin Pro Cycling Team+ 8
11Lars BoomBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
12Stef ClementBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
13Marc GoosBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
14Laurens Ten DamBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
15Jack BobridgeBelkin Pro Cycling Team+ 11
16Juan Manuel GárateBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
17Jorge Cristobal RiquelmeBelkin Pro Cycling Team+ 13
18Mark RenshawBelkin Pro Cycling Team+ 14
19Alejandro ValverdeMovistar Team+ 29
20Beñat IntxaustiMovistar Teams.t.
21Javier MorenoMovistar Teams.t.
22Rubén PlazaMovistar Teams.t.
23Iván GutiérrezMovistar Teams.t.
24Jonathan CastroviejoMovistar Team+ 31
25Jens VoigtRadioShack - Leopard+ 32
26Ben HermansRadioShack - Leopards.t.
27Chris HornerRadioShack - Leopards.t.
28Hayden RoulstonRadioShack - Leopards.t.
29Markel IrizarRadioShack - Leopards.t.
30José Joaquín RojasMovistar Team+ 34
31Juan José CoboMovistar Teams.t.
32Ben KingRadioShack - Leopards.t.
33Matthew BuscheRadioShack - Leopard+ 35
34Jesse SergentRadioShack - Leopards.t.
35José HerradaMovistar Team+ 36
36George BennettRadioShack - Leopard+ 38
37Gorka VerdugoEuskaltel - Euskadi+ 42
38Igor AntónEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
39Mikel AstarlozaEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
40Samuel SánchezEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
41Ion IzagirreEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
42Juan José LobatoEuskaltel - Euskadi+ 43
43Daniel MorenoKatusha Team+ 44
44Joaquím RodríguezKatusha Teams.t.
45Petr IgnatenkoKatusha Teams.t.
46Aleksandr KuschynskiKatusha Teams.t.
47Ángel ViciosoKatusha Teams.t.
48Adrián Sáez de ArregiEuskaltel - Euskadi+ 45
49Mikhail IgnatievKatusha Team+ 46
50Xavier FlorencioKatusha Team+ 49
51Ioannis TamouridisEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
52Kristjan KorenCannondale Pro Cycling+ 50
53Moreno MoserCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
54Damiano CarusoCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
55Brian VandborgCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
56Stefano AgostiniCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
57Sebastian LangeveldOrica - GreenEdge+ 51
58Jens MourisOrica - GreenEdges.t.
59Pieter WeeningOrica - GreenEdges.t.
60Daryl ImpeyOrica - GreenEdges.t.
61Christian MeierOrica - GreenEdges.t.
62Brett LancasterOrica - GreenEdges.t.
63Nicolas RocheTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
64Rafal MajkaTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
65Timothy DugganTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
66Bruno PiresTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
67Oliver ZauggTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
68Pavel BruttKatusha Team+ 52
69Egoi MartínezEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
70Michael MatthewsOrica - GreenEdge+ 53
71Jesús HernándezTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
72Johan Le BonFDJ.frs.t.
73Pierrick FédrigoFDJ.frs.t.
74Anthony RouxFDJ.frs.t.
75Sandy CasarFDJ.frs.t.
76Maciej PaterskiCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
77Alexandre GeniezFDJ.frs.t.
78Cédric PineauFDJ.fr+ 54
79Alberto LosadaKatusha Team+ 55
80Alessandro De MarchiCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
81Allan DavisOrica - GreenEdge+ 56
82Rory SutherlandTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
83Mickaël DelageFDJ.fr+ 57
84Michel KochCannondale Pro Cycling+ 58
85Mitchell DockerOrica - GreenEdge+ 59
86Emilien ViennetFDJ.fr+ 1'00
87Jonathan CantwellTeam Saxo - Tinkoff+ 1'01
88Christophe RiblonAG2R La Mondiales.t.
89Maxime BouetAG2R La Mondiales.t.
90Blel KadriAG2R La Mondiales.t.
91Gediminas BagdonasAG2R La Mondiales.t.
92Mikaël ChérelAG2R La Mondiales.t.
93Daniele RattoCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
94John DegenkolbTeam Argos - Shimano+ 1'02
95William ClarkeTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
96Tom DumoulinTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
97George PreidlerTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
98Oreste GhitaTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
99Jakob FuglsangAstana Pro Teams.t.
100Egor SilinAstana Pro Teams.t.
101Andrey KashechkinAstana Pro Teams.t.
102Dmitriy GruzdevAstana Pro Teams.t.
103Paolo TiralongoAstana Pro Teams.t.
104Anthony GeslinFDJ.frs.t.
105Yann HuguetTeam Argos - Shimano+ 1'03
106Dimitriy MuravyevAstana Pro Teams.t.
107Benjamín NovalTeam Saxo - Tinkoff+ 1'04
108Thomas PetersonTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
109John GadretAG2R La Mondiales.t.
110Bert De BackerTeam Argos - Shimano+ 1'05
111Steve ChainelAG2R La Mondiales.t.
112David LópezSky Procyclings.t.
113Peter KennaughSky Procyclings.t.
114Chris FroomeSky Procyclings.t.
115Ian StannardSky Procyclings.t.
116Joseph DombrowskiSky Procyclings.t.
117Roy CurversTeam Argos - Shimano+ 1'06
118Guillaume BonnafondAG2R La Mondiales.t.
119Kevin SeeldraeyersAstana Pro Teams.t.
120Andrey ZeitsAstana Pro Team+ 1'08
121Niki TerpstraOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
122Amets TxurrukaCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
123Serge PauwelsOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
124Rubén FernándezCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
125Matteo TrentinOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
126Antonio PiedraCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
127Javier Francisco AramendiaCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
128Tony MartinOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
129Frantisek RabonOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
130Omar FraileCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
131Rigoberto UránSky Procyclings.t.
132Ivan SantaromitaBMC Racing Team+ 1'09
133Greg Van AvermaetBMC Racing Teams.t.
134Steve MorabitoBMC Racing Teams.t.
135Matthias FrankBMC Racing Teams.t.
136Carlos VeronaOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
137Dominik NerzBMC Racing Teams.t.
138Ben SwiftSky Procyclings.t.
139Christopher SuttonSky Procycling+ 1'10
140Assan BazayevAstana Pro Team+ 1'11
141Marcos GarcíaCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
142Anthony RavardAG2R La Mondiale+ 1'12
143Gianluca BrambillaOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
144Larry WarbasseBMC Racing Teams.t.
145David ArroyoCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 1'13
146Luke RoweSky Procyclings.t.
147Alessandro PetacchiOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Team+ 1'14
148Damian OwniakBMC Racing Teams.t.
149Iván VelascoCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 1'15
150Josef HintermullerMTN - Qhubeka+ 1'16
151Marouane ShaqifMTN - Qhubekas.t.
152Adam HansenLotto Belisols.t.
153Sergio PardillaMTN - Qhubekas.t.
154Jurgen Van den BroeckLotto Belisols.t.
155Jacques Janse Van RensburgMTN - Qhubekas.t.
156Maarten NeyensLotto Belisols.t.
157Dennis Van NiekerkMTN - Qhubekas.t.
158Louis MeintjesMTN - Qhubekas.t.
159Gert SteegmansOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
160Gaetan BilleLotto Belisols.t.
161Jürgen RoelandtsLotto Belisols.t.
162Sebastian LanderBMC Racing Teams.t.
163Mitchell BirtTeam NetApp - Endura+ 1'17
164Alexander WetterhallTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
165Iker CamañoTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
166Leopold KönigTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
167Gerald CiolekMTN - Qhubekas.t.
168David De la CruzTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
169Markus EichlerTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
170Frederique RobertLotto Belisol+ 1'18
171Francisco Javier MorenoCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 1'19
172Frederik WillemsLotto Belisols.t.
173Jonas VangenechtenLotto Belisols.t.
174Adam BlytheBMC Racing Teams.t.
175Andreas StauffMTN - Qhubeka+ 1'20
176Erick RowsellTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
177Mario GuidoMTN - Qhubeka+ 1'22
178Vicente ReynèsLotto Belisols.t.
179Andreas SchillingerTeam NetApp - Endura+ 1'23
180Michael SchwarzmannTeam NetApp - Endura+ 1'26
181Luca WackermannLampre - Merida+ 1'36
182Andrea PaliniLampre - Meridas.t.
183Matthew LloydLampre - Meridas.t.
184Mattia CattaneoLampre - Meridas.t.
185José SerpaLampre - Meridas.t.
186Borat SagdijevLampre - Meridas.t.
187Massimo GraziatoLampre - Merida+ 1'38
188Kristijan DurasekLampre - Merida+ 1'41
189Davide ViganòLampre - Merida+ 1'42
190Bas StamsnijderCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 4'01
191Ronan Van ZandbeekCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
192Yoeri HavikCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
193Kai ReusCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
194Dylan GroenewegenCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
195Huub DuynCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 4'03
196Roy SentjensCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 4'06
197Adrián PalomaresCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 4'09
198Coen VermeltfoortCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 4'12

Youth classification

RankNameTeamGeneral Time
1Rohan DennisGarmin - Sharp34'53 (1)
2Ramunas NavardauskasGarmin - Sharp+ 0 (2)

3Marc GoosBelkin Pro Cycling Team+ 8 (3)
4Jack BobridgeBelkin Pro Cycling Team+ 11 (4)
5Jorge Cristobal RiquelmeBelkin Pro Cycling Team+ 13 (5)
6Ben KingRadioShack - Leopard+ 34 (6)
7Jesse SergentRadioShack - Leopard+ 35 (7)
8George BennettRadioShack - Leopard+ 38 (8)
9Ion IzagirreEuskaltel - Euskadi+ 42 (9)
10Juan José LobatoEuskaltel - Euskadi+ 43 (10)
11Moreno MoserCannondale Pro Cycling+ 50 (11)
12Stefano AgostiniCannondale Pro Cycling+ 50 (12)
13Rafal MajkaTeam Saxo - Tinkoff+ 51 (13)
14Michael MatthewsOrica - GreenEdge+ 53 (14)
15Johan Le BonFDJ.fr+ 53 (15)
16Alexandre GeniezFDJ.fr+ 53 (16)
17Michel KochCannondale Pro Cycling+ 58 (17)
18Emilien ViennetFDJ.fr+ 1'00 (18)
19Daniele RattoCannondale Pro Cycling+ 1'01 (19)
20John DegenkolbTeam Argos - Shimano+ 1'02 (20)
21Tom DumoulinTeam Argos - Shimano+ 1'02 (21)
22George PreidlerTeam Argos - Shimano+ 1'02 (22)
23Oreste GhitaTeam Argos - Shimano+ 1'02 (23)
24Egor SilinAstana Pro Team+ 1'02 (24)
25Peter KennaughSky Procycling+ 1'05 (25)
26Joseph DombrowskiSky Procycling+ 1'05 (26)
27Rubén FernándezCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 1'08 (27)
28Matteo TrentinOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Team+ 1'08 (28)
29Omar FraileCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 1'08 (29)
30Carlos VeronaOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Team+ 1'09 (30)
31Dominik NerzBMC Racing Team+ 1'09 (31)
32Larry WarbasseBMC Racing Team+ 1'12 (32)
33Luke RoweSky Procycling+ 1'13 (33)
34Damian OwniakBMC Racing Team+ 1'14 (34)
35Josef HintermullerMTN - Qhubeka+ 1'16 (35)
36Marouane ShaqifMTN - Qhubeka+ 1'16 (36)
37Louis MeintjesMTN - Qhubeka+ 1'16 (37)
38Gaetan BilleLotto Belisol+ 1'16 (38)
39Sebastian LanderBMC Racing Team+ 1'16 (39)
40Mitchell BirtTeam NetApp - Endura+ 1'17 (40)
41David De la CruzTeam NetApp - Endura+ 1'17 (41)
42Frederique RobertLotto Belisol+ 1'18 (42)
43Francisco Javier MorenoCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 1'19 (43)
44Adam BlytheBMC Racing Team+ 1'19 (44)
45Erick RowsellTeam NetApp - Endura+ 1'20 (45)
46Mario GuidoMTN - Qhubeka+ 1'22 (46)
47Michael SchwarzmannTeam NetApp - Endura+ 1'26 (47)
48Luca WackermannLampre - Merida+ 1'36 (48)
49Andrea PaliniLampre - Merida+ 1'36 (49)
50Mattia CattaneoLampre - Merida+ 1'36 (50)
51Borat SagdijevLampre - Merida+ 1'36 (51)
52Massimo GraziatoLampre - Merida+ 1'38 (52)
53Bas StamsnijderCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 4'01 (53)
54Ronan Van ZandbeekCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 4'01 (54)
55Yoeri HavikCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 4'01 (55)
56Dylan GroenewegenCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 4'01 (56)
57Coen VermeltfoortCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 4'12 (57)
Ugh, god, we are horrible in TTTs. Nice EPIC debut(?) report Luigi.

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Yay we started! One spot off unfortunately, and I fear this was our biggest hope of the much needed stage win Sad

But yes, very good first report Wink
Changed my sig, this was getting absurd.
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Pretty nice team introduction and some high class report Wink

I am so glad I don't have to do boring TTs.
Yeah, no TT riders was always going to result in that. They are all over the place in that picture. :lol:

And you leave my young team alone. We have no leader deliberately. Hopefully it will work.
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Great start from the guys!

Euskaltel getting a top 5 and mentioned among teh favourites before a TTT. Whou would have thought...


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Not a bad start from the Green Machine. Smile
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Net-App not doing too well but at least Birt and Konig finished with the same time. And Birt lead the team through the finish. Hopefully the next 3 weeks will be good for Birt and the team.
Very nice report here.

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PS: just noticed Jorge isn't wearing his NC jersey. In fact, now I recall he wasn't wearing it in San Sebastian either Pfft
Edited by Ollfardh on 25-09-2014 09:21
Changed my sig, this was getting absurd.
Ollfardh wrote:
PS: just noticed Jorge isn't wearing his NC jersey. In fact, now I recall he wasn't wearing it in San Sebastian either Pfft

Just checked it out, and the jersey is in the download, but why is it the same jersey as the Netherlands ? :S

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TheHoeke wrote:
Ollfardh wrote:
PS: just noticed Jorge isn't wearing his NC jersey. In fact, now I recall he wasn't wearing it in San Sebastian either Pfft

Just checked it out, and the jersey is in the download, but why is it the same jersey as the Netherlands ? :S

Same colours and all, couldn't be bothered to make a new one Pfft
Changed my sig, this was getting absurd.
Ollfardh wrote:
PS: just noticed Jorge isn't wearing his NC jersey. In fact, now I recall he wasn't wearing it in San Sebastian either Pfft

the jersey abbrevative isn't correct (CHI instead of CHL Wink) fixed for stage 4 hopefully Pfft

and yes, Shonak, it's my EPIC and PCM14 debut. funny thing is my last PCM report was from almost two years ago (01-01-2013) :lol:
SSJ2Luigi wrote:
Ollfardh wrote:
PS: just noticed Jorge isn't wearing his NC jersey. In fact, now I recall he wasn't wearing it in San Sebastian either Pfft

the jersey abbrevative isn't correct (CHI instead of CHL Wink) fixed for stage 4 hopefully Pfft

Thanks Smile

PS, now that we know you already did stages 2 and 3 ... Pfft
Changed my sig, this was getting absurd.
Ollfardh wrote:
PS, now that we know you already did stages 2 and 3 ... Pfft

and I already did stage 1 last sunday, what's your point :lol:
are you saying that you prefer a report one day and then three days of nothing? Pfft
SSJ2Luigi wrote:
Ollfardh wrote:
PS, now that we know you already did stages 2 and 3 ... Pfft

and I already did stage 1 last sunday, what's your point :lol:
are you saying that you prefer a report one day and then three days of nothing? Pfft

Fairly certain we prefer 21 stages in 21 hours
TheManxMissile wrote:
SSJ2Luigi wrote:
Ollfardh wrote:
PS, now that we know you already did stages 2 and 3 ... Pfft

and I already did stage 1 last sunday, what's your point :lol:
are you saying that you prefer a report one day and then three days of nothing? Pfft

Fairly certain we prefer 21 stages in 21 hours

believe me you do not want that :lol:

edit: also please don't post anymore in this thread, then I can make the next post be stage 2 on a new page Wink

edit #2: well fuck you too, person that deleted their last post Angry
Edited by SSJ2Luigi on 25-09-2014 21:32

Welcome to the second stage of this year’s Vuelta and it’s the first of 10 summit finishes in the Vuelta this year. Garmin looks secure in their red jersey, with Daniel Martin in 2nd place in the GC, he looks as the main contender to take the jersey over from Rohan Dennis, if he isn’t able to stay with the pack. Winning today’s stage doesn’t mean the red jersey as the biggest favorites: Chris Froome (Sky), Joaquím Rodríguez (Katusha) and Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) are over half a minute behind



***Chris FroomeSky114th
***Joaquím RodríguezKatusha44th
***Alejandro ValverdeMovistar19th
**Chris HornerRadioShack27th
**Rigoberto UránSky131th
**Leopold KönigNetApp166th
*Daniel MartinGarmin2th
*Jurgen Van den BroeckLotto154th
*Samuel SánchezEuskaltel40th
*Daniel MorenoKatusha43th

The riders waste no time to start a breakaway. Tom Dumoulin (Argos) and Tiralongo (Astana) are the first to attack, Casar (FDJ) and De Marchi (Cannondale) follow. They weren’t allowed to get far. Martinez (Euskaltel )and Piedra (Caja Rural) were the next riders to attack after the group was pulled back. Didn’t get much room either. The real break of the day was made when Voigt (RadioShack) attacked and Silin (Astana) followed. Txurruka (Caja Rural) joined them later.

the decisive attack

Despite the finish providing enough points to lead the mountain classification, Txurruka is going hard for the intermediate mountain sprint. He wins easily against Silin and Voigt. The three have a gap of 5 minutes against the peloton.

the mountain sprint

While Txurruka won the mountain sprint, Voigt wins both intermediate sprints, while the gap goes back to 3 minutes. This is due to AG2R making the pace, assisted by Garmin.

the result of both intermediate sprints

At the start of the climb the gap was down to just under a minute and they have started to make attacks to go solo. Surely the break is over now. It’s time for the riders that want to win the stage to make a move. Birt (NetApp) and Fédrigo (FDJ) have started to move to the front. However it was Valverde (Movistar) to make the first move.

the first move is made

Majka (Saxo) and Fuglsang (Astana) try to join Valverde but they lack the strength to close the gap. Horner (RadioShack) was the next to try and close the gap to Valverde but only successes to get up to Group Majka. Meanwhile Froome (Sky) has attacked as well.

Horner closes the gap with Group Majka while Froome attacks in the background

Valverde now has a 1 minute gap to group Froome, König (NetApp) and Owniak (BMC) have also made a gap to the peloton but that was almost instantly vaporized when Rodriguez attacked with 1.8 km to go. Úran is following

the 3rd group currently with Purito, Owniak, König and Úran

However all of this happened why behind Alejandro Valverde. He quickly gained a 2 minute gap on the pack. A minute later, Fuglsang beat Froome for 2nd place. Horner is 4th.

Valverde, the stage winner of Stage 2

The rest of the top 10 came in as separate groups, Owniak takes 6th, Urán 7th, Rodriguez 8th, König 9th and Martin 10th. Daniel Moreno set the peloton’s time at 2,5 minutes behind Valverde. Meaning that Dennis loses his jersey to Valverde.

the third group of riders finishing

Valverde is the new leader and Horner is now 2nd. Daniel Martin drops to 3rd place. Fuglsang is now 4th. Froome moves over a 100 places and is now 5th. Majka is 6th, then we got 3 guys of Garmin. Dennis, Stetina and Navardauskas. 10th place is now for Rodriguez.

the victory ceremony

Stage results
1Alejandro ValverdeMovistar Team4h00'39
2Jakob FuglsangAstana Pro Team+ 1'11
3Chris FroomeSky Procyclings.t.
4Chris HornerRadioShack - Leopards.t.
5Rafal MajkaTeam Saxo - Tinkoff+ 1'22
6Damian OwniakBMC Racing Team+ 1'36
7Rigoberto UránSky Procyclings.t.
8Joaquím RodríguezKatusha Teams.t.
9Leopold KönigTeam NetApp - Endura+ 1'52
10Daniel MartinGarmin - Sharp+ 2'01

11Daniel MorenoKatusha Team+ 2'19
12Jorge Cristobal RiquelmeBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
13Beñat IntxaustiMovistar Teams.t.
14Jurgen Van den BroeckLotto Belisols.t.
15Nicolas RocheTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
16John GadretAG2R La Mondiales.t.
17Petr IgnatenkoKatusha Teams.t.
18Matthias FrankBMC Racing Teams.t.
19Ion IzagirreEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
20Maxime BouetAG2R La Mondiales.t.
21Luis León SánchezBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
22Pieter WeeningOrica - GreenEdges.t.
23Laurens Ten DamBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
24Rohan DennisGarmin - Sharps.t.
25David LópezSky Procyclings.t.
26Oreste GhitaTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
27Peter KennaughSky Procyclings.t.
28Michael MatthewsOrica - GreenEdges.t.
29Damiano CarusoCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
30Samuel SánchezEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
31Peter StetinaGarmin - Sharps.t.
32Igor AntónEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
33Michel KrederGarmin - Sharps.t.
34Christophe RiblonAG2R La Mondiales.t.
35Gorka VerdugoEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
36Ramunas NavardauskasGarmin - Sharps.t.
37Amets TxurrukaCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
38Pavel BruttKatusha Teams.t.
39Xavier FlorencioKatusha Teams.t.
40Ángel ViciosoKatusha Teams.t.
41José Joaquín RojasMovistar Teams.t.
42Ian StannardSky Procyclings.t.
43Mikaël ChérelAG2R La Mondiales.t.
44Josef HintermullerMTN - Qhubekas.t.
45Guillaume BonnafondAG2R La Mondiales.t.
46Egor SilinAstana Pro Teams.t.
47Jens VoigtRadioShack - Leopard+ 4'09
48David ArroyoCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 4'31
49Pierrick FédrigoFDJ.frs.t.
50Antonio PiedraCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
51Marcos GarcíaCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
52Serge PauwelsOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
53José SerpaLampre - Meridas.t.
54Gianluca BrambillaOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
55Rubén FernándezCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
56Mitchell BirtTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
57Mattia CattaneoLampre - Meridas.t.
58Tony MartinOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
59Moreno MoserCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
60Alexandre GeniezFDJ.frs.t.
61John DegenkolbTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
62Sandy CasarFDJ.fr+ 5'14
63Rubén PlazaMovistar Teams.t.
64Johan Le BonFDJ.frs.t.
65Iván VelascoCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
66Jürgen RoelandtsLotto Belisols.t.
67Emilien ViennetFDJ.frs.t.
68Tom DanielsonGarmin - Sharps.t.
69Dominik NerzBMC Racing Teams.t.
70Javier MorenoMovistar Teams.t.
71Gerald CiolekMTN - Qhubekas.t.
72José HerradaMovistar Teams.t.
73Jesús HernándezTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
74Steve MorabitoBMC Racing Teams.t.
75Juan José CoboMovistar Teams.t.
76Ivan SantaromitaBMC Racing Teams.t.
77Christian Vande VeldeGarmin - Sharps.t.
78Alberto LosadaKatusha Teams.t.
79Cédric PineauFDJ.frs.t.
80Egoi MartínezEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
81Matthew BuscheRadioShack - Leopards.t.
82Paolo TiralongoAstana Pro Teams.t.
83Luca WackermannLampre - Meridas.t.
84Joseph DombrowskiSky Procyclings.t.
85Stef ClementBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
86Jonathan CastroviejoMovistar Teams.t.
87Juan José LobatoEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
88Andrey KashechkinAstana Pro Teams.t.
89Sergio PardillaMTN - Qhubekas.t.
90Kevin SeeldraeyersAstana Pro Teams.t.
91Mikel AstarlozaEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
92Bruno PiresTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
93Alessandro De MarchiCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
94Juan Manuel GárateBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
95Tom DumoulinTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
96George BennettRadioShack - Leopards.t.
97Andrey ZeitsAstana Pro Teams.t.
98Niki TerpstraOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
99Rory SutherlandTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
100Daryl ImpeyOrica - GreenEdges.t.
101Timothy DugganTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
102Thomas PetersonTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
103Oliver ZauggTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
104David De la CruzTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
105Dennis Van NiekerkMTN - Qhubekas.t.
106Kristjan KorenCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
107Anthony GeslinFDJ.frs.t.
108Greg Van AvermaetBMC Racing Teams.t.
109Francisco Javier MorenoCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
110Jacques Janse Van RensburgMTN - Qhubekas.t.
111Lars BoomBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
112Omar FraileCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
113Maciej PaterskiCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
114Anthony RouxFDJ.frs.t.
115Kristijan DurasekLampre - Meridas.t.
116Borat SagdijevLampre - Meridas.t.
117David ZabriskieGarmin - Sharps.t.
118Carlos VeronaOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
119Louis MeintjesMTN - Qhubekas.t.
120George PreidlerTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
121Daniele RattoCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
122Javier Francisco AramendiaCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
123Ben HermansRadioShack - Leopards.t.
124Matteo TrentinOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
125Christian MeierOrica - GreenEdges.t.
126Andrea PaliniLampre - Meridas.t.
127Adam HansenLotto Belisols.t.
128Fabian WegmannGarmin - Sharps.t.
129Stefano AgostiniCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
130Gert SteegmansOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
131Marc GoosBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
132Blel KadriAG2R La Mondiales.t.
133Larry WarbasseBMC Racing Teams.t.
134Brian VandborgCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
135Ben KingRadioShack - Leopards.t.
136Assan BazayevAstana Pro Teams.t.
137Benjamín NovalTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
138Anthony RavardAG2R La Mondiales.t.
139Iker CamañoTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
140Sebastian LangeveldOrica - GreenEdges.t.
141Mickaël DelageFDJ.frs.t.
142Mark RenshawBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
143Mitchell DockerOrica - GreenEdges.t.
144Jonathan CantwellTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
145Dimitriy MuravyevAstana Pro Teams.t.
146Frantisek RabonOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
147Adrián Sáez de ArregiEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
148Gediminas BagdonasAG2R La Mondiales.t.
149Yann HuguetTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
150Mikhail IgnatievKatusha Teams.t.
151Ioannis TamouridisEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
152Brett LancasterOrica - GreenEdges.t.
153Jesse SergentRadioShack - Leopards.t.
154Iván GutiérrezMovistar Teams.t.
155Ben SwiftSky Procyclings.t.
156Gaetan BilleLotto Belisols.t.
157Aleksandr KuschynskiKatusha Teams.t.
158Steve ChainelAG2R La Mondiales.t.
159Andreas SchillingerTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
160Christopher SuttonSky Procyclings.t.
161Luke RoweSky Procyclings.t.
162William ClarkeTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
163Hayden RoulstonRadioShack - Leopards.t.
164Jens MourisOrica - GreenEdges.t.
165Sebastian LanderBMC Racing Teams.t.
166Frederique RobertLotto Belisols.t.
167Jack BobridgeBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
168Michel KochCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
169Andreas StauffMTN - Qhubeka+ 7'39
170Frederik WillemsLotto Belisol+ 8'55
171Erick RowsellTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
172Alexander WetterhallTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
173Matthew LloydLampre - Meridas.t.
174Markel IrizarRadioShack - Leopards.t.
175Roy CurversTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
176Vicente ReynèsLotto Belisols.t.
177Allan DavisOrica - GreenEdges.t.
178Dmitriy GruzdevAstana Pro Teams.t.
179Mario GuidoMTN - Qhubekas.t.
180Bert De BackerTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
181Jonas VangenechtenLotto Belisols.t.
182Davide ViganòLampre - Meridas.t.
183Maarten NeyensLotto Belisols.t.
184Massimo GraziatoLampre - Meridas.t.
185Adam BlytheBMC Racing Teams.t.
186Alessandro PetacchiOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
187Marouane ShaqifMTN - Qhubekas.t.
188Michael SchwarzmannTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
189Adrián PalomaresCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
190Markus EichlerTeam NetApp - Endura+ 11'12
191Coen VermeltfoortCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
192Huub DuynCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
193Kai ReusCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
194Dylan GroenewegenCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
195Roy SentjensCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
196Yoeri HavikCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 13'12
197Ronan Van ZandbeekCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
198Bas StamsnijderCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.


1Alejandro ValverdeMovistar Team4h35'51
2Chris HornerRadioShack - Leopard+ 1'24
3Daniel MartinGarmin - Sharp+ 1'42
4Jakob FuglsangAstana Pro Team+ 1'48
5Chris FroomeSky Procycling+ 1'53
6Rafal MajkaTeam Saxo - Tinkoff+ 1'54
7Rohan DennisGarmin - Sharp+ 2'00
8Peter StetinaGarmin - Sharps.t.
9Ramunas NavardauskasGarmin - Sharps.t.
10Joaquím RodríguezKatusha Team+ 2'01
11Michel KrederGarmin - Sharp+ 2'03
12Luis León SánchezBelkin Pro Cycling Team+ 2'08
13Laurens Ten DamBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
14Jorge Cristobal RiquelmeBelkin Pro Cycling Team+ 2'13
15Rigoberto UránSky Procycling+ 2'25
16Beñat IntxaustiMovistar Team+ 2'29
17Damian OwniakBMC Racing Team+ 2'31
18José Joaquín RojasMovistar Team+ 2'34
19Ion IzagirreEuskaltel - Euskadi+ 2'42
20Igor AntónEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
21Samuel SánchezEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
22Gorka VerdugoEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
23Daniel MorenoKatusha Team+ 2'44
24Petr IgnatenkoKatusha Teams.t.
25Ángel ViciosoKatusha Teams.t.
26Xavier FlorencioKatusha Team+ 2'49
27Damiano CarusoCannondale Pro Cycling+ 2'50
28Leopold KönigTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
29Nicolas RocheTeam Saxo - Tinkoff+ 2'51
30Pieter WeeningOrica - GreenEdges.t.
31Pavel BruttKatusha Team+ 2'52
32Egor SilinAstana Pro Teams.t.
33Michael MatthewsOrica - GreenEdge+ 2'53
34Amets TxurrukaCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 2'58
35Maxime BouetAG2R La Mondiale+ 3'01
36Christophe RiblonAG2R La Mondiales.t.
37Mikaël ChérelAG2R La Mondiales.t.
38Oreste GhitaTeam Argos - Shimano+ 3'02
39John GadretAG2R La Mondiale+ 3'04
40David LópezSky Procycling+ 3'05
41Peter KennaughSky Procyclings.t.
42Ian StannardSky Procyclings.t.
43Guillaume BonnafondAG2R La Mondiale+ 3'06
44Matthias FrankBMC Racing Team+ 3'09
45Jurgen Van den BroeckLotto Belisol+ 3'16
46Josef HintermullerMTN - Qhubekas.t.
47Jens VoigtRadioShack - Leopard+ 4'02
48Christian Vande VeldeGarmin - Sharp+ 4'55
49David ZabriskieGarmin - Sharps.t.
50Fabian WegmannGarmin - Sharps.t.
51Tom DanielsonGarmin - Sharp+ 4'56
52Moreno MoserCannondale Pro Cycling+ 5'02
53Stef ClementBelkin Pro Cycling Team+ 5'03
54Lars BoomBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
55Marc GoosBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
56Pierrick FédrigoFDJ.fr+ 5'05
57Alexandre GeniezFDJ.frs.t.
58Juan Manuel GárateBelkin Pro Cycling Team+ 5'06
59Jack BobridgeBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
60Mark RenshawBelkin Pro Cycling Team+ 5'09
61John DegenkolbTeam Argos - Shimano+ 5'14
62Serge PauwelsOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Team+ 5'20
63Antonio PiedraCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
64Rubén FernándezCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
65Tony MartinOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
66Marcos GarcíaCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 5'23
67Rubén PlazaMovistar Team+ 5'24
68Javier MorenoMovistar Teams.t.
69Iván GutiérrezMovistar Teams.t.
70Gianluca BrambillaOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
71David ArroyoCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 5'25
72Jonathan CastroviejoMovistar Team+ 5'26
73Ben HermansRadioShack - Leopard+ 5'27
74Hayden RoulstonRadioShack - Leopards.t.
75Juan José CoboMovistar Team+ 5'29
76Ben KingRadioShack - Leopards.t.
77Mitchell BirtTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
78Matthew BuscheRadioShack - Leopard+ 5'30
79Jesse SergentRadioShack - Leopards.t.
80José HerradaMovistar Team+ 5'31
81George BennettRadioShack - Leopard+ 5'33
82Mikel AstarlozaEuskaltel - Euskadi+ 5'37
83Juan José LobatoEuskaltel - Euskadi+ 5'38
84Aleksandr KuschynskiKatusha Team+ 5'39
85Adrián Sáez de ArregiEuskaltel - Euskadi+ 5'40
86Mikhail IgnatievKatusha Team+ 5'41
87Ioannis TamouridisEuskaltel - Euskadi+ 5'44
88Kristjan KorenCannondale Pro Cycling+ 5'45
89Stefano AgostiniCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
90Brian VandborgCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
91Bruno PiresTeam Saxo - Tinkoff+ 5'46
92Daryl ImpeyOrica - GreenEdges.t.
93Timothy DugganTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
94Oliver ZauggTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
95Christian MeierOrica - GreenEdges.t.
96Sebastian LangeveldOrica - GreenEdges.t.
97Brett LancasterOrica - GreenEdges.t.
98Jens MourisOrica - GreenEdges.t.
99Egoi MartínezEuskaltel - Euskadi+ 5'47
100Johan Le BonFDJ.fr+ 5'48
101Sandy CasarFDJ.frs.t.
102Jesús HernándezTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
103Anthony RouxFDJ.frs.t.
104Maciej PaterskiCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
105José SerpaLampre - Meridas.t.
106Mattia CattaneoLampre - Meridas.t.
107Cédric PineauFDJ.fr+ 5'49
108Alberto LosadaKatusha Team+ 5'50
109Alessandro De MarchiCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
110Rory SutherlandTeam Saxo - Tinkoff+ 5'51
111Mickaël DelageFDJ.fr+ 5'52
112Michel KochCannondale Pro Cycling+ 5'53
113Mitchell DockerOrica - GreenEdge+ 5'54
114Emilien ViennetFDJ.fr+ 5'55
115Daniele RattoCannondale Pro Cycling+ 5'56
116Blel KadriAG2R La Mondiales.t.
117Jonathan CantwellTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
118Gediminas BagdonasAG2R La Mondiales.t.
119Paolo TiralongoAstana Pro Team+ 5'57
120Andrey KashechkinAstana Pro Teams.t.
121Tom DumoulinTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
122Anthony GeslinFDJ.frs.t.
123George PreidlerTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
124William ClarkeTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
125Dimitriy MuravyevAstana Pro Team+ 5'58
126Yann HuguetTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
127Thomas PetersonTeam Argos - Shimano+ 5'59
128Benjamín NovalTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
129Joseph DombrowskiSky Procycling+ 6'00
130Steve ChainelAG2R La Mondiales.t.
131Kevin SeeldraeyersAstana Pro Team+ 6'01
132Andrey ZeitsAstana Pro Team+ 6'03
133Niki TerpstraOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
134Omar FraileCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
135Matteo TrentinOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
136Javier Francisco AramendiaCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
137Frantisek RabonOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
138Dominik NerzBMC Racing Team+ 6'04
139Ivan SantaromitaBMC Racing Teams.t.
140Steve MorabitoBMC Racing Teams.t.
141Greg Van AvermaetBMC Racing Teams.t.
142Carlos VeronaOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
143Ben SwiftSky Procyclings.t.
144Christopher SuttonSky Procycling+ 6'05
145Assan BazayevAstana Pro Team+ 6'06
146Larry WarbasseBMC Racing Team+ 6'07
147Anthony RavardAG2R La Mondiales.t.
148Luke RoweSky Procycling+ 6'08
149Iván VelascoCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 6'10
150Jürgen RoelandtsLotto Belisol+ 6'11
151Sergio PardillaMTN - Qhubekas.t.
152Dennis Van NiekerkMTN - Qhubekas.t.
153Jacques Janse Van RensburgMTN - Qhubekas.t.
154Louis MeintjesMTN - Qhubekas.t.
155Adam HansenLotto Belisols.t.
156Gert SteegmansOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
157Gaetan BilleLotto Belisols.t.
158Sebastian LanderBMC Racing Teams.t.
159Gerald CiolekMTN - Qhubeka+ 6'12
160David De la CruzTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
161Iker CamañoTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
162Frederique RobertLotto Belisol+ 6'13
163Francisco Javier MorenoCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 6'14
164Andreas SchillingerTeam NetApp - Endura+ 6'18
165Luca WackermannLampre - Merida+ 6'31
166Borat SagdijevLampre - Meridas.t.
167Andrea PaliniLampre - Meridas.t.
168Kristijan DurasekLampre - Merida+ 6'36
169Andreas StauffMTN - Qhubeka+ 8'40
170Markel IrizarRadioShack - Leopard+ 9'08
171Allan DavisOrica - GreenEdge+ 9'32
172Dmitriy GruzdevAstana Pro Team+ 9'38
173Bert De BackerTeam Argos - Shimano+ 9'41
174Roy CurversTeam Argos - Shimano+ 9'42
175Alessandro PetacchiOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Team+ 9'50
176Marouane ShaqifMTN - Qhubeka+ 9'52
177Maarten NeyensLotto Belisols.t.
178Alexander WetterhallTeam NetApp - Endura+ 9'53
179Frederik WillemsLotto Belisol+ 9'55
180Jonas VangenechtenLotto Belisols.t.
181Adam BlytheBMC Racing Teams.t.
182Erick RowsellTeam NetApp - Endura+ 9'56
183Vicente ReynèsLotto Belisol+ 9'58
184Mario GuidoMTN - Qhubekas.t.
185Michael SchwarzmannTeam NetApp - Endura+ 10'02
186Matthew LloydLampre - Merida+ 10'12
187Massimo GraziatoLampre - Merida+ 10'14
188Davide ViganòLampre - Merida+ 10'18
189Markus EichlerTeam NetApp - Endura+ 12'10
190Adrián PalomaresCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 12'45
191Kai ReusCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 14'54
192Dylan GroenewegenCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
193Huub DuynCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 14'56
194Roy SentjensCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 14'59
195Coen VermeltfoortCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 15'05
196Bas StamsnijderCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 16'54
197Ronan Van ZandbeekCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
198Yoeri HavikCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.


1Alejandro ValverdeMovistar Team25
2Jakob FuglsangAstana Pro Team20
3Chris FroomeSky Procycling16
4Chris HornerRadioShack - Leopard14
5Rafal MajkaTeam Saxo - Tinkoff12

6Damian OwniakBMC Racing Team10
7Rigoberto UránSky Procycling9
8Jens VoigtRadioShack - Leopard8
9Joaquím RodríguezKatusha Team8
10Leopold KönigTeam NetApp - Endura7
11Daniel MartinGarmin - Sharp6
12Daniel MorenoKatusha Team5
13Jorge Cristobal RiquelmeBelkin Pro Cycling Team4
14Beñat IntxaustiMovistar Team3
15Egor SilinAstana Pro Team3
16Amets TxurrukaCaja Rural - Seguros RGA3
17Jurgen Van den BroeckLotto Belisol2
18Nicolas RocheTeam Saxo - Tinkoff1


1Alejandro ValverdeMovistar Team10
2Jakob FuglsangAstana Pro Team6
3Chris FroomeSky Procycling4

4Amets TxurrukaCaja Rural - Seguros RGA3
5Chris HornerRadioShack - Leopard2
6Egor SilinAstana Pro Team2
7Jens VoigtRadioShack - Leopard1
8Rafal MajkaTeam Saxo - Tinkoff1

Team Results

RankTeamTimeGeneral Time
1Movistar Team12h06'3512h41'57 (1)
2Sky Procycling+ 28+ 1'04 (2)
3Katusha Team+ 1'36+ 1'51 (4)

4Garmin - Sharp+ 2'01+ 1'32 (3)
5Belkin Pro Cycling Team+ 2'19+ 1'58 (5)
6AG2R La Mondiales.t.+ 2'51 (7)
7Euskaltel - Euskadis.t.+ 2'32 (6)
8Astana Pro Team+ 4'06+ 4'39 (8)
9Team Saxo - Tinkoff+ 4'17+ 4'39 (9)
10BMC Racing Team+ 4'31+ 5'11 (10)
11Orica - GreenEdge+ 5'14+ 5'36 (11)
12RadioShack - Leopard+ 5'56+ 5'59 (12)
13Caja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 6'43+ 7'22 (13)
14Team NetApp - Endura+ 6'59+ 7'47 (14)
15Cannondale Pro Cycling+ 7'26+ 7'47 (15)
16Team Argos - Shimanos.t.+ 7'59 (16)
17MTN - Qhubeka+ 8'09+ 8'56 (18)
18Lotto Belisols.t.+ 8'56 (17)
19Omega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Team+ 8'55+ 9'34 (19)
20FDJ.fr+ 9'38+ 10'02 (20)
21Lampre - Meridas.t.+ 10'45 (21)
22Cyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 26'41+ 30'13 (22)

U25 competition

RankNameTeamTimeGeneral Time
1Rafal MajkaTeam Saxo - Tinkoff4h02'014h37'45 (1)
2Damian OwniakBMC Racing Team+ 14+ 37 (5)
3Jorge Cristobal RiquelmeBelkin Pro Cycling Team+ 57+ 19 (4)

RankNameTeamTimeGeneral Time
1Rafal MajkaTeam Saxo - Tinkoff4h02'014h37'45 (1)
2Damian OwniakBMC Racing Team+ 14+ 37 (5)
3Jorge Cristobal RiquelmeBelkin Pro Cycling Team+ 57+ 19 (4)
4Ion IzagirreEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.+ 48 (6)
5Rohan DennisGarmin - Sharps.t.+ 6 (2)
6Oreste GhitaTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.+ 1'08 (9)
7Peter KennaughSky Procyclings.t.+ 1'11 (10)
8Michael MatthewsOrica - GreenEdges.t.+ 59 (8)
9Ramunas NavardauskasGarmin - Sharps.t.+ 6 (3)
10Josef HintermullerMTN - Qhubekas.t.+ 1'22 (11)
11Egor SilinAstana Pro Teams.t.+ 58 (7)
12Rubén FernándezCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 3'09+ 3'26 (17)
13Mitchell BirtTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.+ 3'35 (19)
14Mattia CattaneoLampre - Meridas.t.+ 3'54 (25)
15Moreno MoserCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.+ 3'08 (12)
16Alexandre GeniezFDJ.frs.t.+ 3'11 (14)
17John DegenkolbTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.+ 3'20 (16)
18Johan Le BonFDJ.fr+ 3'52+ 3'54 (24)
19Emilien ViennetFDJ.frs.t.+ 4'01 (27)
20Dominik NerzBMC Racing Teams.t.+ 4'10 (34)
21Luca WackermannLampre - Meridas.t.+ 4'37 (44)
22Joseph DombrowskiSky Procyclings.t.+ 4'06 (31)
23Juan José LobatoEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.+ 3'44 (22)
24Tom DumoulinTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.+ 4'03 (29)
25George BennettRadioShack - Leopards.t.+ 3'39 (21)
26David De la CruzTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.+ 4'18 (41)
27Francisco Javier MorenoCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.+ 4'20 (43)
28Omar FraileCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.+ 4'09 (32)
29Borat SagdijevLampre - Meridas.t.+ 4'37 (45)
30Carlos VeronaOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.+ 4'10 (35)
31Louis MeintjesMTN - Qhubekas.t.+ 4'17 (38)
32George PreidlerTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.+ 4'03 (30)
33Daniele RattoCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.+ 4'02 (28)
34Matteo TrentinOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.+ 4'09 (33)
35Andrea PaliniLampre - Meridas.t.+ 4'37 (46)
36Stefano AgostiniCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.+ 3'51 (23)
37Marc GoosBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.+ 3'09 (13)
38Larry WarbasseBMC Racing Teams.t.+ 4'13 (36)
39Ben KingRadioShack - Leopards.t.+ 3'35 (18)
40Jesse SergentRadioShack - Leopards.t.+ 3'36 (20)
41Gaetan BilleLotto Belisols.t.+ 4'17 (39)
42Luke RoweSky Procyclings.t.+ 4'14 (37)
43Sebastian LanderBMC Racing Teams.t.+ 4'17 (40)
44Frederique RobertLotto Belisols.t.+ 4'19 (42)
45Jack BobridgeBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.+ 3'12 (15)
46Michel KochCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.+ 3'59 (26)
47Erick RowsellTeam NetApp - Endura+ 7'33+ 8'02 (49)
48Mario GuidoMTN - Qhubekas.t.+ 8'04 (50)
49Massimo GraziatoLampre - Meridas.t.+ 8'20 (52)
50Adam BlytheBMC Racing Teams.t.+ 8'01 (48)
51Marouane ShaqifMTN - Qhubekas.t.+ 7'58 (47)
52Michael SchwarzmannTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.+ 8'08 (51)
53Coen VermeltfoortCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 9'50+ 13'11 (54)
54Dylan GroenewegenCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.+ 13'00 (53)
55Yoeri HavikCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 11'50+ 15'00 (57)
56Ronan Van ZandbeekCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.+ 15'00 (56)
57Bas StamsnijderCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.+ 15'00 (55)
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