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Tour du Faso - Stage 3
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Stage three is the stage you either looked forward to, or had a nightmare about. From Kaya to Dori, about two-third is laid with the worst kind of cobble. Finishing a stage like this is an achievement in itself.

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Cobblestones right from the start of the race. This makes forming a breakaway difficult.

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And right from the first short section we have six leaders:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/zal.png Nepomnyachsniy (GC 1st, 5h58'13)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/nvo.png Kasperkiewicz (GC 6th, + 17)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/mck.png Manamalage (GC 8th, + 21)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/gcn.png Jacobs (GC 12th, + 1'36)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/eue.png Batmunkh (GC 23rd, + 5'09)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/cbx.png Van Wyk (GC 24th, + 5'09)

That's right, the favorites showing themselves immediately. They gained forty seconds on a cobblestone section of less than a kilometer, quite the accomplishment. We have a three kilometer asphalt section, and then 25k of difficult terrain.

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Kasperkiewicz attacked on the asphalt section and is the first to reach the cobble section, with a twelve second lead over a larger group with, including the aforementioned:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/azt.png C. Richardson (GC 11th, + 1'02)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/epc.png Kurth (GC 22nd, + 5'09)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/bnz.png Erdenesuren (GC 37th, + 7'43)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/esc.png Andersson
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/gcn.png Bille
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/mck.png Hoehn
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/bnz.png Reddish

A few riders trying to get into the break mixed in with the favorites. After them a gap of 35 seconds to a group containing pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/trg.png Maes and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/ptm.png Taubel. Another twenty seconds behind is what remains of the peloton with the other favorites, some riders already solo off the back.

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Puncture for Manamalage a few kilometer into the section! He drops back a few groups. Kasperkiewicz leads by 30 seconds over a group of nine, Maes and Taubel joining the group while the attempted breakaway riders quickly couldn't follow the pace. 50 seconds further we find a group including pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/ptm.png Young, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/bia.png Kluge, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/nrh.png Van Keirsbulck, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/azt.png Orue and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/azt.png Corwin.

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Kluge struggling to keep up with his group, forming the fifth group together with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/nvo.png Kolev and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/nrh.png Coronel. Erdenesuren couldn't follow the pace in group two and dropped back to group Young/Van Keirsbulck. Kasperkiewicz maintaining his lead, not keen on going back.

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Batmunkh the next victim of a puncture, a shame as he managed to keep up with the favorites. He drops back to a newly formed fourth group with Young, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/gcn.png McLay and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/bia.png Archimandritis. We're not even halfway through this section and the gaps are huge.

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Kurth and Van Wyk also had to let go, leaving only five chasers behind Kasperkiewicz:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/zal.png Nepomnyachsniy (GC 1st, 5h58'13)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/trg.png Maes (GC 5th, + 15)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/ptm.png Taubel (GC 7th, + 19)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/azt.png C. Richardson (GC 11th, + 1'02)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/gcn.png Jacobs (GC 12th, + 1'36)

The next group at a minute including:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/nrh.png Van Keirsbulck (GC 4th, + 13)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/mck.png Manamalage (GC 8th, + 21)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/azt.png Orue (GC 9th, + 23)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/azt.png Corwin (GC 10th, + 1'01)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/gcn.png Ngandamba (GC 14th, + 3'04)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/bia.png Langeveld (GC 15th, + 3'04)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/gcn.png Minoungou (GC 17th, + 3'04)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/cbx.png Abraha (GC 18th, + 4'06)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/epc.png Lagab (GC 19th, + 4'06)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/epc.png Kurth (GC 22nd, + 5'09)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/eue.png Batmunkh (GC 23rd, + 5'09)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/cbx.png Van Wyk (GC 24th, + 5'09)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/nrh.png Kumara (GC 26th, + 5'09)
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/esc.png Ruiz (GC 27th, + 5'09)

Group Young (GC 2nd, + 7) and Kluge (GC 3rd, + 10) behind losing more time, they will drop out of the top ten.

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The second group is fracturing, Van Keirsbulck going solo towards group Nepomnyachsniy, Orue and Lagab forming a duo behind with Manamalage trying to follow. We still have 100 kilometer to go.

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On a very short asphalt section, Maes rides towards Kasperkiewicz. 32 seconds to group yellow jersey, 1'21 to Van Keirsbulck and Orue, 2'44 to Lagab and Manamalage and the rest a lot further behind. We'll get a proper overview at the next intermediate sprint which is in a few kilometer. But first, another cobblestone section of 10 kilometer.

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Maes wins the intermediate sprint in Pissila, with Kasperkiewicz right next to him. Richardson gets a gap from the group to take the final second. A full overview from the front to Young:

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Maes actually proceeds to drop Kasperkiewicz, whereas Richardson is about to be caught by Nepomnyachsniy and Jacobs.

Taubel is not about to rejoin, as he punctures as well! Many high profile punctures today, the Austrian now forced to go on a recovery ride.

We've also received word Abraha, Corwin, Kurth and McLay all had a puncture at roughly the same place. We suspect something has been thrown on the road, but with this many splits it's hard to have a camera everywhere.

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What a relief it must be for the riders to finally feel proper road again, even if it's only for six kilometer. Maes leads by 45 seconds over Kasperkiewicz, 1'45 over Richardson, and nearly two minutes over Nepomnyachsniy, Jacobs and Orue who managed to join. Van Keirsbulck 30 seconds behind him with Taubel now another 30 seconds behind.

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And then we enter another long cobblestone section, 21.5 kilometer. Van Keirsbulck and Taubel used the asphalt to rejoin with group yellow jersey, which is losing ground to Maes.

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Richardson caught by the group behind about a quarter into the section to form a group of six. The gap to Manamalage behind is over two minutes, gap to Kasperkiewicz ahead is 1'15, and to Maes another 1'15.

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Not long thereafter, the then biggest group on the road (behind everything is solo, with some duos and a single trio) is split. Nepomnyachsniy and Orue set off, Jacobs tries to follow. Richardson is too tired and van Keirsbulck and Taubel are off again.

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Nepomnyachsniy and Jacobs eventually dropped back to the other three, but Orue carries on. He does not appear to get closer to Maes or Kasperkiewicz. Another intermediate sprint is coming up where we can clock with a stopwatch.

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The intermediate sprint also marks the end of another cobble section. A longer period of asphalt with only a small cobble section, maybe we will see some regroups. Here are the gaps as the riders leave:

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pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/gcn.png Hategeka hasn't even passed the first sprint, where Maes passed more than an hour ago. Still he appears to be in the race, but needs a miracle to finish inside the time limit.

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Van Keirsbulck attacks with 46 kilometer to go, drawing a response from Nepomnyachsniy and Taubel. The front is getting closer together, Kasperkiewicz within a minute of Maes again with Orue 30 seconds behind him, but then 2'30 to this group.

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Maes picking up the pace again, winning the intermediate sprint by 1'08 over Kasperkiewicz, with Orue 20 seconds behind. The Belgian has picked up nine bonus seconds, Kasperkiewicz six, Orue two and Richardson one. A full overview including mergers behind:

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So Van Keirsbulck's attack has resulted in nothing, the cobblestones are more decisive than asphalt.

Hategeka now finally at the first split, 90 minutes behind. He'll be at the halfway mark when the leaders reach the finish line.

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Five work better than one, so Orue is caught as we head onto the final cobble section, 23 kilometer long and all the way to the finish. Kasperkiewicz 40 seconds into the distance but Maes still leading by over two minutes. Manamalage caught by the group behind at 2'28.

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Kasperkiewicz is hit really hard as within a few kilometer he is caught by Taubel, Jacobs and Richardson, who rode away from Nepomnyachsniy, Van Keirsbulck and Orue. The yellow jersey actually struggling most at the moment.

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The Kazakh really in trouble as he has to let go of Van Keirsbulck's wheel, who lost the wheel of Orue. Kasperkiewicz lost contact with group Taubel, which is now only 1'05 away from Maes with thirteen kilometer to go. Ngandamba rode away from the group behind and is only 1'20 behind Nepomnyachsniy, whereas Abraha has punctured again. This stage has too much action.

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Everything happening at once. Taubel lost touch with Jacobs and Richardson, but then Jacobs punctures so Richardson is alone in chasing Maes! The Belgian was close to be caught as the gap had been reduced to half a minute. Kasperkiewicz two minutes behind Taubel with still the same groups and gaps behind.

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Richardson joins Maes with ten kilometer to go. A minute to Taubel, another 23 to Jacobs, 1'20 to Kasperkiewicz, 31 to Orue, 23 to Van Keirsbulck, 25 to Nepomnyachsniy, 1'36 to Ngandamba, 39 to Kluge, Manamalage, Lagab and Ruiz.

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Five kilometer later the story is the same, now 1'20 to Taubel with Jacobs still at 20 seconds, the riders behind them also still solo with roughly the same gaps. Unless something crazy happens, Maes versus Richardson for the stage and the overall win. Richardson though needs to distance Maes due to the Bermudan's unfortunate time loss on stage one.

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But Richardson lets Maes drag him along until the final kilometer, despite the Belgian riding on his last legs. The Azteca rider has limited distance to make up the necessary time.

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And here he goes, Maes is completely empty. The stage win is for Richardson, but will it be the GC as well? Let's do some quick calculations, he was 47 seconds behind, and will gain 25 bonus seconds for the win compared to 18 for Maes, but the Belgian has gained nine bonus seconds compared to one for Richardson, so the Bermudan has to make up 48 seconds to win the GC.

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pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/azt.png Richardson smartly holds off celebrating until he crosses the line. The stage is his, and he's at least second in the GC, but has he gained enough time? There is definitely a gap and Maes struggles to move forward, his long solo might come to a heartbreaking end.

30 seconds...

40 seconds...

45, 46, 47...

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48, 49. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/trg.png Nikolas Maes falls one second short of the overall victory. Second place on the stage and the GC is good but the disappointment will be huge, especially with such a small margin after looking so good all day.

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pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/ptm.png Christoph Taubel finishes in P3 at 2'42. Jacobs unfortunate with punctures this race, P4 but given the same time as Taubel. Taubel will be third in the GC, Jacobs has to wait for those behind to know his position.

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Kasperkiewicz's long solo cost him in the end, fifth place at 3'44. Orue sixth in the same time, Van Keirsbulck seventh at 4'47. That means Kasperkiewicz is fourth and winner of the youth classification, Orue fifth and runner-up in the youth classification. Jacobs sixth, nine seconds behind the Paraguayan. Van Keirsbulck seventh pending Nepomnyachsniy's arrival.

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Nepomnyachsniy really hit a brick wall in the end, finishing eighth at nearly six minutes from Richardson, which makes him drop from the lead to eighth in the GC. He doesn't even win the points classification, which becomes the consolation prize for Maes since pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/eue.png Paez is way too much behind to make it to the finish line.

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Ngandamba just stays ahead of the chasing group, at 8'22. Ruiz completes the top ten ahead of Kluge, Manamalage and Lagab. GC-wise, Kluge ninth ahead of Manamalage, Ngandamba, Lagab and Ruiz.

The riders continue to drop in one by one: Batmunkh next at 9'36, Abraha at 10'41.

Minoungou, Corwin and Kurth at 14'32.

Kumara, Coronel, Langeveld and Van Wyk at 17'54.

Young at 19'31, Kolev at 20'53, Archimandritis at 25'45, McLay at 27'59. The time limit is 40 minutes and only 26 riders have finished so far.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/ptm.png Palyi, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/zal.png Ovsyannikov, Erdenesuren, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/epc.png Townsend and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2019/Micros/nvo.png Malecki make it to the finish line. Then the time limit has passed, only 31 riders have finished. For some teams, none of the riders finished the race. Azteca wins the teams classification due to Richardson, Orue and Corwin.

Fun fact: the top thirty in the GC get ranking points, so only Malecki would leave pointless. But since he's eighth in the youth classification, which is good for a solitary point, every rider who finished brings in ranking points.

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A shot from Hategeka, who had an extremely lonely and tough day. He is one kilometer away from the second intermediate sprint when the time limit passed. Luckily the car is close behind so his legs can stop suffering. The other riders are picked up one by one, glad they got out of this hell.

Stage

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RankNameTeamTime
1Chequan RichardsonAzteca - NBCSN3h47'09
2Nikolas MaesTryg Insurance Cycling Team+ 49
3Christoph TaubelOMV Petrom-albania.al+ 2'42
4Pieter JacobsGCN ProTeams.t.
5Przemyslaw KasperkiewiczNetia - Vonin+ 3'44
6German Anibal OrueAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
7Guillaume Van KeirsbulckNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite+ 4'47
8Alexandr NepomnyachsniyDK Zalgiris+ 5'55
9Geoffroy NgandambaGCN ProTeam+ 8'22
10Daniel RuizEddie Stobarts.t.
11Roger KlugeBianchi - Campagnolos.t.
12Nipuna Shira ManamalageMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
13Azzeddine LagabEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
14Maral-Erdene BatmunkhEuskaltel - Elior+ 9'36
15Tesfay AbrahaCYBEX Platinum+ 10'41
16Oumaru MinoungouGCN ProTeam+ 14'32
17Dadley CorwinAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
18Michael KurthEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
19Amith Udaya KumaraNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite+ 17'54
20Samuel CoronelNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
21Sebastian LangeveldBianchi - Campagnolos.t.
22Ermin Van WykCYBEX Platinums.t.
23Eric YoungOMV Petrom-albania.al+ 19'31
24Iliyan KolevNetia - Vonin+ 20'53
25Armanto ArchimandritisBianchi - Campagnolo+ 25'45
26Dan McLayGCN ProTeam+ 27'59
27Csaba PalyiOMV Petrom-albania.al+ 32'25
28Alexandr OvsyannikovDK Zalgiris+ 32'50
29Munkhtulga ErdenesurenBNZ Cycling Team+ 33'36
30Rory TownsendEquinor Pro Cycling+ 36'07
31Kamil MaleckiNetia - Vonin+ 38'10
DNFMichal KukrleAdastra - Hell Energy Cycling
DNFValentin StoenchevAdastra - Hell Energy Cycling
DNFTroels VintherAdastra - Hell Energy Cycling
DNFFelix Emilio BesadaAzteca - NBCSN
DNFUri Martins SandovalAzteca - NBCSN
DNFPeter StetinaAzteca - NBCSN
DNFKarl Patrick LaukBianchi - Campagnolo
DNFCristian ScaroniBianchi - Campagnolo
DNFMichael StorerBianchi - Campagnolo
DNFSimone VelascoBianchi - Campagnolo
DNFNarankhuu BaterdeneBNZ Cycling Team
DNFLuke MudgwayBNZ Cycling Team
DNFNick ReddishBNZ Cycling Team
DNFMiles ScotsonBNZ Cycling Team
DNFDylan SunderlandBNZ Cycling Team
DNFJoel YatesBNZ Cycling Team
DNFIssiaka CisseCentovalli - Fiat
DNFPascal EenkhoornCentovalli - Fiat
DNFAlessandro FedeliCentovalli - Fiat
DNFMarco GuillenCentovalli - Fiat
DNFIoannidis KiriakidisCentovalli - Fiat
DNFGino MäderCentovalli - Fiat
DNFMaximilian WalscheidCentovalli - Fiat
DNFAdel BarbariCYBEX Platinum
DNFMaris BogdanovicsCYBEX Platinum
DNFJake KeoughCYBEX Platinum
DNFCarlos QuinteroCYBEX Platinum
DNFJohannes SchinnagelCYBEX Platinum
DNFBambang SuryadiCYBEX Platinum
DNFSulkhan AkhmaeviDK Zalgiris
DNFJustas BeniusisDK Zalgiris
DNFAidis KruopisDK Zalgiris
DNFJohan Le BonDK Zalgiris
DNFJhonatan NarvaezDK Zalgiris
DNFStefano AgostiniEddie Stobart
DNFEmil AnderssonEddie Stobart
DNFDavide CimolaiEddie Stobart
DNFLinus DahlbergEddie Stobart
DNFDaniel SaviniEddie Stobart
DNFPavel SivakovEddie Stobart
DNFStepan KurianovEquinor Pro Cycling
DNFCarlos Alexandre ManarelliEquinor Pro Cycling
DNFMichael VingerlingEquinor Pro Cycling
DNFSyver WaerstedEquinor Pro Cycling
DNFMohamad Izzat Hilmi Abdul HalilEuskaltel - Elior
DNFMohammed Al MurawwiEuskaltel - Elior
DNFNicola ConciEuskaltel - Elior
DNFDavid GauduEuskaltel - Elior
DNFFabio JakobsenEuskaltel - Elior
DNFAndres PaezEuskaltel - Elior
DNFGaetan BilleGCN ProTeam
DNFSteven BurkeGCN ProTeam
DNFGasore HategekaGCN ProTeam
DNFSandor SzalontayGCN ProTeam
DNFPaddy ClarkeGlanbia Foods Cycling Project
DNFWilliam ConnollyGlanbia Foods Cycling Project
DNFMichael FordGlanbia Foods Cycling Project
DNFAdam Petrie-ArmstrongGlanbia Foods Cycling Project
DNFIan RichardsonGlanbia Foods Cycling Project
DNFConnor BrownMcCormick Pro Cycling
DNFAlex HoehnMcCormick Pro Cycling
DNFZeke MostovMcCormick Pro Cycling
DNFThomas RevardMcCormick Pro Cycling
DNFBrendan RhimMcCormick Pro Cycling
DNFGuillaume BoivinNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite
DNFAdam De VosNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite
DNFMamyr StashNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite
DNFDavide VillellaNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite
DNFMorten ReckwegNetia - Vonin
DNFSzymon RekitaNetia - Vonin
DNFJonas RickaertNetia - Vonin
DNFAlexandr BraicoOMV Petrom-albania.al
DNFAlexander KriegerOMV Petrom-albania.al
DNFEl Mehdi ChokriTryg Insurance Cycling Team
DNFMikkel HonoreTryg Insurance Cycling Team
DNFMathias NorsgaardTryg Insurance Cycling Team
DNFCasper PedersenTryg Insurance Cycling Team
DNFTorjus SleenTryg Insurance Cycling Team
DNFJannik SteimleTryg Insurance Cycling Team


General

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RankNameTeamTime
1Chequan RichardsonAzteca - NBCSN9h45'58
2Nikolas MaesTryg Insurance Cycling Team+ 1
3Christoph TaubelOMV Petrom-albania.al+ 2'10
4Przemyslaw KasperkiewiczNetia - Vonin+ 3'09
5German Anibal OrueAzteca - NBCSN+ 3'21
6Pieter JacobsGCN ProTeam+ 3'30
7Guillaume Van KeirsbulckNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite+ 4'18
8Alexandr NepomnyachsniyDK Zalgiris+ 5'15
9Roger KlugeBianchi - Campagnolo+ 7'56
10Nipuna Shira ManamalageMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 8'07
11Geoffroy NgandambaGCN ProTeam+ 10'48
12Azzeddine LagabEquinor Pro Cycling+ 11'52
13Daniel RuizEddie Stobart+ 12'54
14Maral-Erdene BatmunkhEuskaltel - Elior+ 14'09
15Tesfay AbrahaCYBEX Platinum+ 14'11
16Dadley CorwinAzteca - NBCSN+ 14'57
17Oumaru MinoungouGCN ProTeam+ 17'00
18Eric YoungOMV Petrom-albania.al+ 19'02
19Michael KurthEquinor Pro Cycling+ 19'05
20Sebastian LangeveldBianchi - Campagnolo+ 20'22
21Ermin Van WykCYBEX Platinum+ 22'27
22Amith Udaya KumaraNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
23Samuel CoronelNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
24Iliyan KolevNetia - Vonin+ 23'21
25Dan McLayGCN ProTeam+ 30'25
26Armanto ArchimandritisBianchi - Campagnolo+ 31'52
27Alexandr OvsyannikovDK Zalgiris+ 37'23
28Csaba PalyiOMV Petrom-albania.al+ 38'32
29Munkhtulga ErdenesurenBNZ Cycling Team+ 40'43
30Rory TownsendEquinor Pro Cycling+ 43'14
31Kamil MaleckiNetia - Vonin+ 44'17
DNFMichal KukrleAdastra - Hell Energy Cycling
DNFValentin StoenchevAdastra - Hell Energy Cycling
DNFTroels VintherAdastra - Hell Energy Cycling
DNFFelix Emilio BesadaAzteca - NBCSN
DNFUri Martins SandovalAzteca - NBCSN
DNFPeter StetinaAzteca - NBCSN
DNFKarl Patrick LaukBianchi - Campagnolo
DNFCristian ScaroniBianchi - Campagnolo
DNFMichael StorerBianchi - Campagnolo
DNFSimone VelascoBianchi - Campagnolo
DNFNarankhuu BaterdeneBNZ Cycling Team
DNFLuke MudgwayBNZ Cycling Team
DNFNick ReddishBNZ Cycling Team
DNFMiles ScotsonBNZ Cycling Team
DNFDylan SunderlandBNZ Cycling Team
DNFJoel YatesBNZ Cycling Team
DNFIssiaka CisseCentovalli - Fiat
DNFPascal EenkhoornCentovalli - Fiat
DNFAlessandro FedeliCentovalli - Fiat
DNFMarco GuillenCentovalli - Fiat
DNFIoannidis KiriakidisCentovalli - Fiat
DNFGino MäderCentovalli - Fiat
DNFMaximilian WalscheidCentovalli - Fiat
DNFAdel BarbariCYBEX Platinum
DNFMaris BogdanovicsCYBEX Platinum
DNFJake KeoughCYBEX Platinum
DNFCarlos QuinteroCYBEX Platinum
DNFJohannes SchinnagelCYBEX Platinum
DNFBambang SuryadiCYBEX Platinum
DNFSulkhan AkhmaeviDK Zalgiris
DNFJustas BeniusisDK Zalgiris
DNFAidis KruopisDK Zalgiris
DNFJohan Le BonDK Zalgiris
DNFJhonatan NarvaezDK Zalgiris
DNFStefano AgostiniEddie Stobart
DNFEmil AnderssonEddie Stobart
DNFDavide CimolaiEddie Stobart
DNFLinus DahlbergEddie Stobart
DNFDaniel SaviniEddie Stobart
DNFPavel SivakovEddie Stobart
DNFStepan KurianovEquinor Pro Cycling
DNFCarlos Alexandre ManarelliEquinor Pro Cycling
DNFMichael VingerlingEquinor Pro Cycling
DNFSyver WaerstedEquinor Pro Cycling
DNFMohamad Izzat Hilmi Abdul HalilEuskaltel - Elior
DNFMohammed Al MurawwiEuskaltel - Elior
DNFNicola ConciEuskaltel - Elior
DNFDavid GauduEuskaltel - Elior
DNFFabio JakobsenEuskaltel - Elior
DNFAndres PaezEuskaltel - Elior
DNFGaetan BilleGCN ProTeam
DNFSteven BurkeGCN ProTeam
DNFGasore HategekaGCN ProTeam
DNFSandor SzalontayGCN ProTeam
DNFPaddy ClarkeGlanbia Foods Cycling Project
DNFWilliam ConnollyGlanbia Foods Cycling Project
DNFMichael FordGlanbia Foods Cycling Project
DNFAdam Petrie-ArmstrongGlanbia Foods Cycling Project
DNFIan RichardsonGlanbia Foods Cycling Project
DNFConnor BrownMcCormick Pro Cycling
DNFAlex HoehnMcCormick Pro Cycling
DNFZeke MostovMcCormick Pro Cycling
DNFThomas RevardMcCormick Pro Cycling
DNFBrendan RhimMcCormick Pro Cycling
DNFGuillaume BoivinNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite
DNFAdam De VosNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite
DNFMamyr StashNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite
DNFDavide VillellaNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite
DNFMorten ReckwegNetia - Vonin
DNFSzymon RekitaNetia - Vonin
DNFJonas RickaertNetia - Vonin
DNFAlexandr BraicoOMV Petrom-albania.al
DNFAlexander KriegerOMV Petrom-albania.al
DNFEl Mehdi ChokriTryg Insurance Cycling Team
DNFMikkel HonoreTryg Insurance Cycling Team
DNFMathias NorsgaardTryg Insurance Cycling Team
DNFCasper PedersenTryg Insurance Cycling Team
DNFTorjus SleenTryg Insurance Cycling Team
DNFJannik SteimleTryg Insurance Cycling Team
DNFEnrico BattaglinAdastra - Hell Energy Cycling
DNFOle HaavardsholmAdastra - Hell Energy Cycling
DNFKrzysztof MarchewkaAdastra - Hell Energy Cycling
DNFPetar PanayotovAdastra - Hell Energy Cycling
DNFRiccardo RiccoAdastra - Hell Energy Cycling
DNFJordan CheyneAzteca - NBCSN
DNFOscar SolisAzteca - NBCSN
DNFEdward RavasiBianchi - Campagnolo
DNFCampbell FlakemoreBNZ Cycling Team
DNFAimiliano VilaCentovalli - Fiat
DNFLucas HamiltonDK Zalgiris
DNFDaniel ThorsenEddie Stobart
DNFAlain QuispeEquinor Pro Cycling
DNFJaime CastrilloEuskaltel - Elior
DNFMark GriffithGlanbia Foods Cycling Project
DNFBen O'ConnorGlanbia Foods Cycling Project
DNFAggrey SebrightGlanbia Foods Cycling Project
DNFKa Hoo FungMcCormick Pro Cycling
DNFDaniel HabtemichaelMcCormick Pro Cycling
DNFJoao GasparNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite
DNFOnur BalkanOMV Petrom-Albania.al
DNFEmiljano StojkuOMV Petrom-albania.al
DNFAndrei VoicuOMV Petrom-albania.al
DNFGeorg ZimmermannTryg Insurance Cycling Team


Points

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RankNameTeamPoints
1Nikolas MaesTryg Insurance Cycling Team50
2Przemyslaw KasperkiewiczNetia - Vonin34
3Alexandr NepomnyachsniyDK Zalgiris33
4Chequan RichardsonAzteca - NBCSN32
5Christoph TaubelOMV Petrom-albania.al25
6Guillaume Van KeirsbulckNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite23
7Roger KlugeBianchi - Campagnolo21
8German Anibal OrueAzteca - NBCSN21
9Eric YoungOMV Petrom-albania.al20
10Pieter JacobsGCN ProTeam18
11Nipuna Shira ManamalageMcCormick Pro Cycling12
12Dan McLayGCN ProTeam10
13Geoffroy NgandambaGCN ProTeam8
14Dadley CorwinAzteca - NBCSN6
15Daniel RuizEddie Stobart6
16Azzeddine LagabEquinor Pro Cycling3
17Oumaru MinoungouGCN ProTeam2
18Maral-Erdene BatmunkhEuskaltel - Elior2
19Tesfay AbrahaCYBEX Platinum1


Young

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RankNameTeamTime
1Przemyslaw KasperkiewiczNetia - Vonin9h49'07
2German Anibal OrueAzteca - NBCSN+ 12
3Maral-Erdene BatmunkhEuskaltel - Elior+ 11'00
4Amith Udaya KumaraNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite+ 19'18
5Iliyan KolevNetia - Vonin+ 20'12
6Alexandr OvsyannikovDK Zalgiris+ 34'14
7Rory TownsendEquinor Pro Cycling+ 40'05
8Kamil MaleckiNetia - Vonin+ 41'08


Team

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RankTeamTime
1Azteca - NBCSN29h36'51
2GCN ProTeam+ 12'35
3NENT Racing p/b Hootsuite+ 30'33
4OMV Petrom-albania.al+ 41'26
5Bianchi - Campagnolo+ 41'28
6Netia - Vonin+ 52'14
7Equinor Pro Cycling+ 52'40
8DK Zalgiris+ 1h14'51
9Tryg Insurance Cycling Team+ 1h52'56
10Eddie Stobart+ 1h58'35
11BNZ Cycling Team+ 2h28'31

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