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Ronde van Nederland - Stage 3

The third and final stage takes the riders around the town of Formaai, my self-invented Dutch translation of Fourmies. This area was part of the Habsburgian Netherlands in the 16th century, when Spain controlled things around here. In 1579 the Unie van Atrecht (Arras) was signed, and Fourmies was part of that. In response the Unie van Utrecht was created, which would become the predecessor of the Netherlands nowadays. Come for the cycling, remain for the historic facts.


The first round of attacks contain pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/grm.png Peng, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/tmo.png Fiedler, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/p4e.png Riabushenko and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/ino.png Ji. A counter-attacked was formed by pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/gen.png Venturini, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/gzl.png Potts, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/rpn.png Vanmarcke, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/fpc.png Krigbaum, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/fpc.png Van den Berg and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/des.png Vincent, but when they caught the leaders the peloton caught them as well.


Round two is initiated by pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/aeg.png Van der Poel, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/grm.png Hansen, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/tti.png Manakov and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/pum.png Ganna. Venturini then tried to join again which caused a chain reaction with more riders following, which in turn led to the peloton sweeping them up again.


Van der Poel goes again, this time with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/eav.png Kneisky and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/grm.png Wisniowski. 170 kilometer remaining, the banners may make things quite confusing.


The trio kept its lead until kilometer 150, but then Van der Poel and Wisniowski drop Kneisky for whatever reason. Things didn't calm down behind either, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/p4e.png Pluchkin, Fiedler and Vanmarcke are on their way to the leaders.


Despite the earlier shenanigans, the six reunite and form today's breakaway. The gap to the peloton is three minutes with 140 kilometer to go, as Podium Ambition and Evonik have blocked the road and won't allow any further attacks. For the remainder of the day, the chasing will be done by these teams as well as Bennelong, eBuddy and SPAR. Air France once again observes but doesn't have to do the dirty work themselves.


100k and the lead remains constant, dipping slightly below three at the moment. A good time to remind us of the GC situation:

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh leads by 20 seconds over pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/bnm.png Howard and 22 over pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/ebd.png Grosu. If we head to a sprint finish, there are 25 bonus seconds on offer for the winner, which means one of these three wins. No intermediate sprints, so all time has to be gained at the finish line. Or we might have a lucky breakaway or late attack to steal the victory away from the sprinters.

From the breakaway, everyone except Kneisky is at 50 seconds in the GC. If one of them wins the stage and the gap to the peloton is more than 25 seconds, they will win. There are some strong riders in the break, Wisniowski and Vanmarcke are classic specialists so should know how to attack on the flat, Fiedler as time trialist can ride a good pace, Pluchkin might be out of his element but a rider of his caliber should be capable of anything, Van der Poel is the young kid in the break but don't underestimate him either.


The chance of a breakaway victory shrinks every passing kilometer. 40 kilometer to the finish line and the gap is down to a minute, which causes unrest at the front. The break halves with Fiedler, Vanmarcke and Wisniowski attacking. In the background we can see the peloton, where there also appears to be a split.


World Champion pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/iso.png Kump is on the wrong side! pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/des.png Zabel is here as well, just behind him, as well as a lot of Tinkoff riders (pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/tti.png Meyer, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/tti.png Serebriakov and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/tti.png Van Heerden). More riders with a possible race-ending situation are pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/fpc.png Kemboi, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/p4e.png Ulanowski, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/ino.png Goss and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/t3a.png Nelson.


Tinkoff realizes the danger and partly brings the group back, their sprinters and Kump are now at the back of the peloton again. Zabel is still behind though, and the distance to the finish line is getting shorter.


Back to the front, where the split has also been undone and we have six leaders once more. They can dream a bit more, as the gap increases to 1'30 and it's not like the peloton behind has fallen asleep either.


Having heard Zabel is behind and Kump is at the back, Evonik, Bennelong and eBuddy push even harder. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/evo.png Blythe leads the peloton with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/bnm.png Schreurs, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/bnm.png O'Shea, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/evo.png Dzamastagic and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/ebd.png Vermeltfoort. Kump was briefly dropped again but appears to be a cat with nine lives today. The gap to group Zabel is up to 1'30 again, but the breakaway's lead is still a minute.


Not the finish line yet, but Wisniowski attacks again with two laps to go. He gets a considerable gap for his solo attempt. Meanwhile, group Zabel is closing again and is within striking distance of the first peloton.


pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/afk.png Clarke gets this information from his manager and increases the pace again, reducing the "peloton" to just 27 riders. Kump is dropped again with, amongst others, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/pum.png Demare! Puma is now controlling the second group in an attempt to get them back. Zabel also further behind now after nearly rejoining.


17k, now Aker (pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/akm.png Yzeiraj) and Festina (pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/fes.png Karatzios) pulling the group along. A long stretch of straight road so we can assess the carnage that has unfolded:

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/fes.png Coquard
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/t3a.png Ewan
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/akm.png Swift
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/ebd.png Grosu
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/bnm.png Howard
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/aeg.png Groenewegen
in the first twenty positions and ahead of the first noticeable gap.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/iso.png Kump
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/evo.png Van Stayen
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/ssc.png Guerao
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/pum.png Demare
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/eav.png Van der Lijke
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/fab.png Guardini
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/ino.png Kristoff
not that far behind, Puma giving everything to close the gap.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/des.png Zabel
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/mos.png Polnicky
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/evo.png Stoltz
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/ssc.png Boonratanathanakorn
all the way at the back, even if the peloton merges they have a difficult task ahead of them. Some riders drop out of their promising GC position.


You'd almost forget a breakaway is out in front, or in fact there was a solo attempt, but Wisniowski is brought back. The breakaway still leads by 55 seconds over the peloton, where the split becomes more noticeable. Puma struggling to bring back their leader and the other casualties, the gap now measures 45 seconds.


Group 3 has given up! The gap to the first peloton is over two minutes. No way they will be able to close it in 13 kilometer, that's goodbye GC position for some. The first peloton only contains nineteen riders:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/aeg.png Groenewegen, Thurau, Van der Hoorn
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh, Bernaudeau, Clarke
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/akm.png Swift, Anderberg, Yzeiraj
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/bnm.png Howard, Oram, Schreurs, Wohler
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/ebd.png Grosu, Lampaert
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/fes.png Coquard, Karatzios
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/t3a.png Ewan, Novardianto

So seven sprinters, each with at least one teammate. These sprinters are currently all in the top eight of the GC, with only Van der Lijke (7th) in the group behind.


Van der Poel is the first of the breakaway to feel the pain of this endeavor, as he lets go heading into the final lap around Fourmies, sorry, Formaai. He might be of use for his leader, Groenewegen, in chasing his former breakaway companions. At the moment, Novardianto, Yzeiraj and Bernaudeau are doing that work.


Ten kilometer, 51 seconds. The group of favorites has some real trouble in bringing the gap down, and we might be on for a surprise breakaway victory. Group Van der Lijke at four minutes! Van der Poel is still hanging on somewhere between groups one and two.


Van der Poel is rolled up by the Aker train of Anderberg-Yzeiraj-Swift. 40 seconds is what remains for the breakaway only 7 kilometer from the finish line. Wohler currently guides Howard with Grosu follows the Australians closely. Kennaugh is at the back of the group, but his yellow jersey might be in danger.


Five kilometer, 33 seconds. Fiedler tows the breakaway but they all look tired as the gap is coming down. Anderberg has used up his energy as well, Yzeiraj takes over for Swift. Karatzios and Van der Hoorn are the other helpers chasing the leaders.


Three kilometer, 25 seconds. Karatzios now leading the pack but it will go down to the wire. Groenewegen best placed amongst the sprinters in third position, with Swift in fifth position. Ewan, Grosu and Howard are looking for their teammate to lead them out. Coquard looking for a wheel to join. Kennaugh still far at the back. Group 3 is closing in again to 2'30 but they will come too late.


Two kilometer, 23 seconds. The gap hasn't gone down so the breakaway appears to have the stage win in the back, but the winner needs a gap of 25 seconds to displace Kennaugh at the top of the GC. Vanmarcke manages to ride the same tempo after a long breakaway as Van der Hoorn who has just come to the front in the favorites group. Groenewegen right behind the KoM winner, Swift on his wheel discarding his leadouts.


Out of the final turn, 800 meters and Wisniowski takes the lead in the sprint for the stage victory. Fiedler and Kneisky are able to match the initial acceleration but started a bit behind him. Vanmarcke is too tired to sprint.


The chasing group starts sprinting pretty late, which isn't optimal for their GC positions you'd think. Van der Hoorn still lead the group heading into the final kink, but released Groenewegen quite well as he's leading the sprint so far. Swift got off to an average start while the others were caught napping. Coquard and Ewan though approaching on the left side of the road.


Kneisky is gaining a bit of ground on Wisniowski but it doesn't look like the Pole will throw away his advantage. Fiedler has dropped back and is battling Pluchkin for third.


Groenewegen versus Swift for P5 or P6, depending on if they catch Vanmarcke who is falling back rapidly. This could be crucial for Kennaugh with respect to the measurement of time gaps. Ewan versus Coquard for the next positions. Grosu, Howard and Kennaugh will fight over the minor places today.


pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/grm.png Lukasz Wisniowski wins the third and final stage in Formaai! Fair play for believing in a breakaway miracle. Now it's waiting for Kennaugh to cross the line to see if he wins the GC as well.

Second place for pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/eav.png Kneisky, just edging out pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/p4e.png Pluchkin. Fiedler fourth. All should make a nice jump in the GC.


Vanmarcke does manage to hold on to fifth place by the narrowest of margins, which might actually be bad new for Wisniowski and good new for Kennaugh as the latter will likely be given the same time as the Belgian.


Swift wins the battle of the sprinters for sixth place, for only a few bonus seconds. Groenewegen seventh, Ewan eighth, Coquard ninth in what ended up very close. Howard tenth and the final bonus seconds, Kennaugh not picking up any bonus seconds in eleventh and now awaiting confirmation of the GC decision, Grosu twelfth. All the domestiques with the exception of Van der Poel managed to stay with this group, which will be rewarded with a nice jump in the GC.


Van der Lijke wins the sprint for bacon and beans as the Dutch saying goes, 26th place at 2'46 from Wisniowski. Kristoff, Demare, Guardini and Van Stayen made an effort to sprint, Guerao and Kump didn't. Group Zabel finishes at 4'07. They will all drop out of the GC top twenty. And now the decision of the jury:

Indeed, group Kennaugh is given the same time as Vanmarcke, but Vanmarcke is given the same time as Wisniowski, thus by the laws of transitivity, Kennaugh is given the same time as Wisniowski. Therefore, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/afk.png Peter Kennaugh is the winner of the second Ronde van Nederland!

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/bnm.png Howard and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/ebd.png Grosu hold on to their podium positions despite taking only minimal bonus seconds today. Ewan and Swift scored better, but not enough to grab a podium place. They did score enough to keep Wisniowski behind, who with his 25 bonus seconds jumps to sixth. Groenewegen drops a place to seventh, while Pluchkin and Fiedler enter the top ten in eighth and ninth. Coquard drops from eighth to tenth, with the same time as Vanmarcke. Thurau twelfth thanks to his bonus seconds on day one, followed by the domestiques who were in the favorites group today. Van der Lijke was seventh before today, and has now dropped to 26th as everyone who finished ahead today is also ahead in the GC.

The points classification logically goes to pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh as well with his two stage wins. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/aeg.png Van der Hoorn reached the finish line, thus confirming his mountain classification. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/t3a.png Ewan was unthreatened for the youth classification, with teammate Novardianto making it a 1-2 for Podium Ambition due to his work today. Aker and Aegon has three riders in the front group at every stage, but Aker - MOT wins the teams classification on the tiebreaker.


1Lukasz WisniowskiGrieg - Maersk4h38'42
2Morgan KneiskyEA Vesuvios.t.
3Aleksandr PluchkinTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
4Jacob FiedlerT-Mobiles.t.
5Sep VanmarckeRepsol - Netflixs.t.
6Ben SwiftAker - MOTs.t.
7Dylan GroenewegenAegon - Lavazzas.t.
8Caleb EwanPodium Ambitions.t.
9Bryan CoquardFestina - OAKAs.t.
10Leigh HowardBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
11Peter KennaughAir France - KLMs.t.
12Eduard GrosueBuddys.t.
13Hamish SchreursBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
14Hampus AnderbergAker - MOTs.t.
15Jamalidin NovardiantoPodium Ambitions.t.
16Alex WohlerBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
17Georgios KaratziosFestina - OAKAs.t.
18Marildo YzeirajAker - MOTs.t.
19Taco van der HoornAegon - Lavazzas.t.
20Bjorn ThurauAegon - Lavazzas.t.
21James OramBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
22Mathieu BernaudeauAir France - KLMs.t.
23Simon ClarkeAir France - KLMs.t.
24Yves LampaerteBuddys.t.
25Mathieu van der PoelAegon - Lavazza+ 1'00
26Nick Van der LijkeEA Vesuvio+ 2'46
27Alexander KristoffIndosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.
28Arnaud DemareTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
29Andrea GuardiniFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
30Michael Van StayenEvonik - ELKOs.t.
31Noam CohenFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
32Cheng JiIndosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.
33Adam BlytheEvonik - ELKOs.t.
34Isaac SpeirsIndosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.
35Mark DzamastagicEvonik - ELKOs.t.
36Elias AfewerkiEA Vesuvios.t.
37Oscar GueraoSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
38Leonid KrasnovIndosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.
39Remi CavagnaTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
40Ingus EislersEvonik - ELKOs.t.
41Ricki NelsonPodium Ambitions.t.
42Luca WackermannTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
43Martin ReimerEA Vesuvios.t.
44Sonomtseren DelgerbayarSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
45Adrien PetitFestina - OAKAs.t.
46Sascha WeberFestina - OAKAs.t.
47Pit SchlechterEA Vesuvios.t.
48Alexander EdmondsonPodium Ambitions.t.
49Tom ScullyAker - MOTs.t.
50Marko KumpIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
51Daniel OssAker - MOTs.t.
52Darren MatthewsPodium Ambitions.t.
53Kristian SbaragliAegon - Lavazzas.t.
54Arman KamyshevAir France - KLMs.t.
55Tosh Van der SandeFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
56Alexey TsatevichDesiguals.t.
57Varsham DarbinyanSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
58Vyacheslav KuznetsovIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
59David PerIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
60Sandis EislersSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
61Filippo GannaTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
62Marc PottsGazelles.t.
63Mike TeunissenGazelles.t.
64Baptiste PlanckaertGeneralis.t.
65Edward TheunsGeneralis.t.
66Matthew GossIndosat Ooredoo - ANZ+ 4'07
67Jasper De BuystGeneralis.t.
68Salem KemboiFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
69Aleksandr SerebriakovTeam Tinkoffs.t.
70Christian BertilssonGrieg - Maersks.t.
71Simon YatesDesiguals.t.
72Jan GhyselinckGeneralis.t.
73Yikui NiuTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
74Maciej UlanowskiTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
75Cameron MeyerTeam Tinkoffs.t.
76Jens KeukeleirePodium Ambitions.t.
77Lucas Manuel GadayGeneralis.t.
78Darshana PrasadFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
79Janis DakterisAker - MOTs.t.
80Julian AlaphilippePodium Ambitions.t.
81Rick ZabelDesiguals.t.
82Viktor ManakovTeam Tinkoffs.t.
83Lasse Norman HansenGrieg - Maersks.t.
84Mads PedersenGrieg - Maersks.t.
85Erik BaskaMoser - Sygics.t.
86Phil BauhausAegon - Lavazzas.t.
87Soren Kragh AndersenGrieg - Maersks.t.
88Geoffrey SoupeMoser - Sygics.t.
89Sebastian LanderFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
90Artem SamolenkovTeam Tinkoffs.t.
91Davide MartinelliGeneralis.t.
92Guy SagivTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
93Geert Van der SandenIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
94Maxime DanielFestina - OAKAs.t.
95Rudy BarbierFestina - OAKAs.t.
96Geraint ThomasPodium Ambitions.t.
97Adrian GjolbergAker - MOTs.t.
98Peter SaganMoser - Sygics.t.
99Carlos BarberoRepsol - Netflixs.t.
100Grzegorz StepniakFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
101Eugert ZhupaFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
102Aydar ZakarinTeam Tinkoffs.t.
103Jo Kogstad RingheimGrieg - Maersks.t.
104Marco BruseBuddys.t.
105Peter VargaT-Mobiles.t.
106Armands BecisEvonik - ELKOs.t.
107Hsuan Ping HsuSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
108Yannick StoltzEvonik - ELKOs.t.
109Elia FavilliT-Mobiles.t.
110Clement VenturiniGeneralis.t.
111Coen VermeltfoorteBuddys.t.
112Tesfom OkbamariamIndosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.
113Jaroslaw MaryczMoser - Sygics.t.
114Juan Van HeerdenTeam Tinkoffs.t.
115Oscar RiesebeekEvonik - ELKOs.t.
116Mathias KrigbaumFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
117Bert Van LerbergheGeneralis.t.
118Karel HnikMoser - Sygics.t.
119Gasper KatrasnikIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
120Michail MavrikakisFestina - OAKAs.t.
121Gabor FejesGazelles.t.
122Soufiane HaddiAker - MOTs.t.
123Yuan Tan PengGrieg - Maersks.t.
124Marcus CuleyBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
125Oleksandr PolivodaTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
126Jonathan CastroviejoRepsol - Netflixs.t.
127Gabriel MarinFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
128Ho-Ting KwokAir France - KLMs.t.
129Dusan KalabaIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
130Leonardo BassoRepsol - Netflixs.t.
131Thomas De GendtGazelles.t.
132Michael SchwarzmannT-Mobiles.t.
133Thurakit BoonratanathanakornSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
134Mikhail KochetkovTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
135Maurits LammertinkeBuddys.t.
136Jakob RatheSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
137Glenn O'SheaBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
138Josip RumacFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
139Jacopo MoscaRepsol - Netflixs.t.
140Roman LutsyshynTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
141Timo RooseneBuddys.t.
142Amund Grondahl JansenGrieg - Maersks.t.
143Valentin MadouasTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
144Emils LiepinsEvonik - ELKOs.t.
145Jetse BolIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
146Marcus BurghardtT-Mobiles.t.
147Nicholas DlaminiAegon - Lavazzas.t.
148Francesco GinanniGazelles.t.
149Jesse KaislavuoEA Vesuvios.t.
150Jiri PolnickyMoser - Sygics.t.
151Julius van den BergFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
152Sergey LuchshenkoIndosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.
153Aliaksandr RiabushenkoTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
154Sean McKennaMoser - Sygics.t.
155Andrea Dal ColTeam Tinkoffs.t.
156Gaspar GoncalvesT-Mobiles.t.
157Olivier Lecourt De BillotT-Mobiles.t.
158Hayden McCormickBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
159Steven KalfFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
160Klemen StimulakFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
161Abou SanogoT-Mobiles.t.
162Hugo HofstetterDesiguals.t.
163Getachew SendekuAegon - Lavazzas.t.
164Cristian RodriguezRepsol - Netflixs.t.
165Keagan GirdlestoneEA Vesuvios.t.
166Maxime BouetAir France - KLMs.t.
167Manuele BoaroGazelles.t.
168Bonaventure UwizeyimanaEA Vesuvios.t.
169Jakub KaczmarekFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
170Stefan De BodFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
171Anatoliy SosnitskiyGazelles.t.
172Moreno HoflandGazelles.t.
173Kristaps BudenieksSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
174William BartaDesiguals.t.
175Xuban ErrazkinDesiguals.t.
176Jack BurkeDesiguals.t.
177Petr RikunovTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
178Salvatore MancusoFestina - OAKAs.t.
179Leo VincentDesiguals.t.
180Matthew TeggartRepsol - Netflixs.t.
181Rafael SerranoRepsol - Netflixs.t.
182Antwan TolhoekeBuddys.t.
183Giovanni CarboniMoser - Sygics.t.
184Nick MillerBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
185Valerio ContieBuddys.t.
186Salvatore PuccioAir France - KLMs.t.
187Roman SeigleAir France - KLMs.t.
188Lukas MeilerTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
189Robin ManulangIndosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.
190Vadim PronskiyTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroff+ 6'37
191Abolfazl GilanipoorIsostar - LimeBike+ 9'18


1Peter KennaughAir France - KLM12h36'39
2Leigh HowardBennelong - Mitchelton+ 19
3Eduard GrosueBuddy+ 22
4Caleb EwanPodium Ambition+ 24
5Ben SwiftAker - MOTs.t.
6Lukasz WisniowskiGrieg - Maersk+ 25
7Dylan GroenewegenAegon - Lavazza+ 32
8Aleksandr PluchkinTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroff+ 35
9Jacob FiedlerT-Mobile+ 38
10Bryan CoquardFestina - OAKA+ 40
11Sep VanmarckeRepsol - Netflixs.t.
12Bjorn ThurauAegon - Lavazza+ 44
13Yves LampaerteBuddy+ 50
14Jamalidin NovardiantoPodium Ambitions.t.
15Marildo YzeirajAker - MOTs.t.
16Georgios KaratziosFestina - OAKAs.t.
17Hampus AnderbergAker - MOTs.t.
18Mathieu van der PoelAegon - Lavazza+ 1'50
19Morgan KneiskyEA Vesuvio+ 3'00
20Simon ClarkeAir France - KLM+ 3'18
21Alex WohlerBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
22Mathieu BernaudeauAir France - KLMs.t.
23James OramBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
24Hamish SchreursBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
25Taco van der HoornAegon - Lavazzas.t.
26Nick Van der LijkeEA Vesuvio+ 3'24
27Michael Van StayenEvonik - ELKO+ 3'30
28Oscar GueraoSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
29Andrea GuardiniFablok - Bank BGZ+ 3'32
30Arnaud DemareTeam Puma - SAP+ 3'34
31Alexander KristoffIndosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.
32Marko KumpIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
33Arman KamyshevAir France - KLMs.t.
34Sonomtseren DelgerbayarSPAR - Siam Cement+ 3'36
35Ricki NelsonPodium Ambitions.t.
36Tosh Van der SandeFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
37Sascha WeberFestina - OAKAs.t.
38Daniel OssAker - MOTs.t.
39Adam BlytheEvonik - ELKOs.t.
40Alexander EdmondsonPodium Ambitions.t.
41Mark DzamastagicEvonik - ELKOs.t.
42Varsham DarbinyanSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
43Darren MatthewsPodium Ambitions.t.
44Sandis EislersSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
45Adrien PetitFestina - OAKAs.t.
46Alexey TsatevichDesiguals.t.
47Ingus EislersEvonik - ELKOs.t.
48Marc PottsGazelles.t.
49Remi CavagnaTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
50Isaac SpeirsIndosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.
51Elias AfewerkiEA Vesuvios.t.
52Luca WackermannTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
53Martin ReimerEA Vesuvios.t.
54David PerIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
55Filippo GannaTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
56Jiri PolnickyMoser - Sygic+ 4'53
57Yannick StoltzEvonik - ELKO+ 4'55
58Thurakit BoonratanathanakornSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
59Aleksandr SerebriakovTeam Tinkoff+ 4'57
60Rick ZabelDesiguals.t.
61Salem KemboiFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
62Artem SamolenkovTeam Tinkoffs.t.
63Maciej UlanowskiTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
64Jens KeukeleirePodium Ambitions.t.
65Christian BertilssonGrieg - Maersks.t.
66Sebastian LanderFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
67Geoffrey SoupeMoser - Sygics.t.
68Juan Van HeerdenTeam Tinkoffs.t.
69Janis DakterisAker - MOTs.t.
70Soren Kragh AndersenGrieg - Maersks.t.
71Marco BruseBuddys.t.
72Coen VermeltfoorteBuddys.t.
73Phil BauhausAegon - Lavazzas.t.
74Geraint ThomasPodium Ambitions.t.
75Erik BaskaMoser - Sygics.t.
76Rudy BarbierFestina - OAKAs.t.
77Maxime DanielFestina - OAKAs.t.
78Oleksandr PolivodaTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
79Simon YatesDesiguals.t.
80Lasse Norman HansenGrieg - Maersks.t.
81Mads PedersenGrieg - Maersks.t.
82Julian AlaphilippePodium Ambitions.t.
83Peter SaganMoser - Sygics.t.
84Lucas Manuel GadayGeneralis.t.
85Maurits LammertinkeBuddys.t.
86Jaroslaw MaryczMoser - Sygics.t.
87Timo RooseneBuddys.t.
88Hsuan Ping HsuSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
89Eugert ZhupaFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
90Michail MavrikakisFestina - OAKAs.t.
91Matthew GossIndosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.
92Carlos BarberoRepsol - Netflixs.t.
93Jo Kogstad RingheimGrieg - Maersks.t.
94Dusan KalabaIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
95Karel HnikMoser - Sygics.t.
96Yuan Tan PengGrieg - Maersks.t.
97Leonardo BassoRepsol - Netflixs.t.
98Adrian GjolbergAker - MOTs.t.
99Marcus BurghardtT-Mobiles.t.
100Jakob RatheSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
101Mikhail KochetkovTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
102Thomas De GendtGazelles.t.
103Geert Van der SandenIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
104Guy SagivTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
105Andrea Dal ColTeam Tinkoffs.t.
106Amund Grondahl JansenGrieg - Maersks.t.
107Gabor FejesGazelles.t.
108Jacopo MoscaRepsol - Netflixs.t.
109Glenn O'SheaBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
110Yikui NiuTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
111Abou SanogoT-Mobiles.t.
112Aydar ZakarinTeam Tinkoffs.t.
113Armands BecisEvonik - ELKOs.t.
114Julius van den BergFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
115Stefan De BodFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
116Mathias KrigbaumFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
117Francesco GinanniGazelles.t.
118Oscar RiesebeekEvonik - ELKOs.t.
119Moreno HoflandGazelles.t.
120Sean McKennaMoser - Sygics.t.
121Antwan TolhoekeBuddys.t.
122Anatoliy SosnitskiyGazelles.t.
123Valentin MadouasTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
124Valerio ContieBuddys.t.
125Tesfom OkbamariamIndosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.
126Kristaps BudenieksSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
127Petr RikunovTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
128Lukas MeilerTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
129Mike TeunissenGazelle+ 6'02
130Baptiste PlanckaertGenerali+ 6'04
131Cheng JiIndosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.
132Tom ScullyAker - MOTs.t.
133Edward TheunsGeneralis.t.
134Noam CohenFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
135Leonid KrasnovIndosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.
136Vyacheslav KuznetsovIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
137Kristian SbaragliAegon - Lavazzas.t.
138Pit SchlechterEA Vesuvios.t.
139Clement VenturiniGenerali+ 7'19
140Soufiane HaddiAker - MOT+ 7'25
141Viktor ManakovTeam Tinkoffs.t.
142Jasper De BuystGeneralis.t.
143Davide MartinelliGeneralis.t.
144Cameron MeyerTeam Tinkoffs.t.
145Darshana PrasadFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
146Elia FavilliT-Mobiles.t.
147Jan GhyselinckGeneralis.t.
148Bert Van LerbergheGeneralis.t.
149Ho-Ting KwokAir France - KLMs.t.
150Grzegorz StepniakFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
151Peter VargaT-Mobiles.t.
152Salvatore PuccioAir France - KLMs.t.
153Jonathan CastroviejoRepsol - Netflixs.t.
154Michael SchwarzmannT-Mobiles.t.
155Emils LiepinsEvonik - ELKOs.t.
156Gasper KatrasnikIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
157Gabriel MarinFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
158Roman LutsyshynTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
159Manuele BoaroGazelles.t.
160Aliaksandr RiabushenkoTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
161Gaspar GoncalvesT-Mobiles.t.
162Marcus CuleyBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
163Josip RumacFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
164Hugo HofstetterDesiguals.t.
165Olivier Lecourt De BillotT-Mobiles.t.
166Jesse KaislavuoEA Vesuvios.t.
167Klemen StimulakFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
168Nick MillerBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
169Sergey LuchshenkoIndosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.
170Jetse BolIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
171Nicholas DlaminiAegon - Lavazzas.t.
172Matthew TeggartRepsol - Netflixs.t.
173Cristian RodriguezRepsol - Netflixs.t.
174Steven KalfFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
175Hayden McCormickBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
176William BartaDesiguals.t.
177Rafael SerranoRepsol - Netflixs.t.
178Leo VincentDesiguals.t.
179Jakub KaczmarekFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
180Getachew SendekuAegon - Lavazzas.t.
181Maxime BouetAir France - KLMs.t.
182Xuban ErrazkinDesiguals.t.
183Keagan GirdlestoneEA Vesuvios.t.
184Bonaventure UwizeyimanaEA Vesuvios.t.
185Giovanni CarboniMoser - Sygics.t.
186Jack BurkeDesiguals.t.
187Salvatore MancusoFestina - OAKAs.t.
188Robin ManulangIndosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.
189Roman SeigleAir France - KLMs.t.
190Vadim PronskiyTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroff+ 7'27
191Abolfazl GilanipoorIsostar - LimeBike+ 12'36


1Peter KennaughAir France - KLM55
2Leigh HowardBennelong - Mitchelton38
3Eduard GrosueBuddy36
4Caleb EwanPodium Ambition34
5Ben SwiftAker - MOT30
6Dylan GroenewegenAegon - Lavazza27
7Lukasz WisniowskiGrieg - Maersk25
8Morgan KneiskyEA Vesuvio20
9Nick Van der LijkeEA Vesuvio19
10Bryan CoquardFestina - OAKA17
11Aleksandr PluchkinTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroff16
12Jacob FiedlerT-Mobile14
13Oscar GueraoSPAR - Siam Cement13
14Michael Van StayenEvonik - ELKO13
15Bjorn ThurauAegon - Lavazza12
16Arnaud DemareTeam Puma - SAP12
17Marko KumpIsostar - LimeBike12
18Sep VanmarckeRepsol - Netflix12
19Clement VenturiniGenerali12
20Andrea GuardiniFablok - Bank BGZ10
21Alexander KristoffIndosat Ooredoo - ANZ10
22Jiri PolnickyMoser - Sygic8
23Yannick StoltzEvonik - ELKO5
24Arman KamyshevAir France - KLM4
25Thurakit BoonratanathanakornSPAR - Siam Cement4
26Mike TeunissenGazelle4
27Artem SamolenkovTeam Tinkoff3
28Hamish SchreursBennelong - Mitchelton3
29Rick ZabelDesigual2
30Hampus AnderbergAker - MOT2
31Aleksandr SerebriakovTeam Tinkoff1
32Jamalidin NovardiantoPodium Ambition1


1Taco van der HoornAegon - Lavazza10
2Julius van den BergFarfetch Pro Cycling8
3Morgan KneiskyEA Vesuvio6
4Arman KamyshevAir France - KLM4
5Jiri PolnickyMoser - Sygic2


1Caleb EwanPodium Ambition12h37'03
2Jamalidin NovardiantoPodium Ambition+ 26
3Marildo YzeirajAker - MOTs.t.
4Hampus AnderbergAker - MOTs.t.
5Mathieu van der PoelAegon - Lavazza+ 1'26
6Hamish SchreursBennelong - Mitchelton+ 2'54
7Varsham DarbinyanSPAR - Siam Cement+ 3'12
8Remi CavagnaTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
9David PerIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
10Filippo GannaTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
11Salem KemboiFarfetch Pro Cycling+ 4'33
12Soren Kragh AndersenGrieg - Maersks.t.
13Phil BauhausAegon - Lavazzas.t.
14Erik BaskaMoser - Sygics.t.
15Mads PedersenGrieg - Maersks.t.
16Hsuan Ping HsuSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
17Michail MavrikakisFestina - OAKAs.t.
18Dusan KalabaIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
19Guy SagivTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
20Amund Grondahl JansenGrieg - Maersks.t.
21Yikui NiuTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
22Abou SanogoT-Mobiles.t.
23Aydar ZakarinTeam Tinkoffs.t.
24Julius van den BergFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
25Stefan De BodFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
26Mathias KrigbaumFarfetch Pro Cyclings.t.
27Sean McKennaMoser - Sygics.t.
28Antwan TolhoekeBuddys.t.
29Valentin MadouasTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
30Kristaps BudenieksSPAR - Siam Cements.t.
31Petr RikunovTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
32Lukas MeilerTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
33Darshana PrasadFarfetch Pro Cycling+ 7'01
34Gasper KatrasnikIsostar - LimeBikes.t.
35Gabriel MarinFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
36Roman LutsyshynTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
37Aliaksandr RiabushenkoTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
38Gaspar GoncalvesT-Mobiles.t.
39Josip RumacFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
40Hugo HofstetterDesiguals.t.
41Sergey LuchshenkoIndosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.
42Nicholas DlaminiAegon - Lavazzas.t.
43Matthew TeggartRepsol - Netflixs.t.
44Cristian RodriguezRepsol - Netflixs.t.
45Steven KalfFablok - Bank BGZs.t.
46Hayden McCormickBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
47William BartaDesiguals.t.
48Leo VincentDesiguals.t.
49Getachew SendekuAegon - Lavazzas.t.
50Xuban ErrazkinDesiguals.t.
51Keagan GirdlestoneEA Vesuvios.t.
52Giovanni CarboniMoser - Sygics.t.
53Jack BurkeDesiguals.t.
54Roman SeigleAir France - KLMs.t.
55Vadim PronskiyTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroff+ 7'03


1Aker - MOT37h52'27637338174
2Aegon - Lavazzas.t.798746212
3Air France - KLM+ 2'281719056317
4Bennelong - Mitcheltons.t.25720539501
5Podium Ambition+ 2'46715264187
6Festina - OAKAs.t.719071232
7eBuddy+ 4'078248140270
8EA Vesuvio+ 5'3222023064514
9Grieg - Maersk+ 8'1489116154359
10Team Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.150142202494
12Repsol - Netflixs.t.290192230712
13Evonik - ELKO+ 8'185814198297
14SPAR - Siam Cements.t.7092138300
15Isostar - LimeBikes.t.197171167535
16Indosat Ooredoo - ANZs.t.21323193537
17Team Puma - SAPs.t.128308109545
18Gazelle+ 9'39323213246782
19Farfetch Pro Cycling+ 11'006675201342
21Team Tinkoff+ 12'217050226346
22Moser - Sygics.t.102117271490
23Fablok - Bank BGZ+ 14'35287264160711

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