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Giro d'Italia - Stage 21
Giro d'Italia


Stage 21 / 21: Flat, 185.7km

Torino - Milano

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Ladies and gentlemen, one last time it's: Buongiorno al Giro d'Italia 2020! Three weeks including stages of almost all kinds are coming to an end today - after more than 3,000 kilometers in the saddle, one HC climb, 9 category 1 and 2 climbs each, 12 category 3 hills and 7 category 4 bumps.

But none of these await the riders today, as we've got a pan-flat stage on the menu. We have come to Torino for the start of this closing stage. The city itself has about 870,000 inhabitants, and about 2.2 million live in the whole metropolitan area. Torino is an important industrial center, with Fiat automobiles probably the best known local brand. Yet, it is Italy's community with the highest debt per persion ratio... Nonetheless, it's always worth a trip - be it to watch famous football club Juventus FC playing, or rather to visit important historical sites like the Porta Palatina, the Palazzo Reale or the Duomo di Torino. What you don't find here, though - and won't see all day long - is a beach, with the sea being pretty far away...

Even though the stage leads us in opposite direction of the classic Milano - Torino, today's course doesn't have much in common with that race. The hills are avoided, and we will head pretty straigt to Milano, via Vercelli and Novara.

The intermediate sprint, after 135.7 kilometers, will then take place already in Milano, right before entering the 8.6km lap which will be done five times. We'll then head onto the final 6.2 kilometers of wide, almost straight roads. And ultimately, we will know the final stage winner of the 2020 Giro d'Italia!

Milano, as you surely all know, is Italy's most populated metropolitan area, housing 7.4 million people. It's Italy's main place for culture, media and fashion, and has further strengths in the fields of commerce, education, finance and healthcare... and what not? And yes, of course, tourism. It's impossible to enumerate all the sights that you should see here, but the Gothic cathedral - the world's largest of this kind - the Torre del Filarete or the Arch of the Peace are surely among the main targets.

However, the riders will target something else - their holidays! Everyone will be happy when it's all over - but some will be even happier, because they achieved something big! We already had 18 different stage winners so far (plus one team, on the first stage), pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/aeg.png van der Poel being the only rider with two wins. And who will take the final stage?

Of course, the bookies go all-in on the sprinters - who have already missed out on two of the five flat stages so far. Will they at least get the win in Milano? If they do, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Demare and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Eislers should have the best chances - all of them having already claimed at least two podium spots. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Van Poppel, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Appollonio and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/kng.png Hsu should be in the mix as well, whereas we're still waiting for a top result of pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Afewerki, who still makes it to the one-star favorites list again. Listed along with him are pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Nizzolo, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/bnm.png Meyer and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ino.png Goss.

And while pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Festina - OAKA should at least have a reasonable chance for a podium finish in a mass sprint, the only other team without a stage podium so far, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ubs.png Team UBS, would need to find another way of succeeding. Maybe a breakaway? So far, 13 out of 18 stages (not counting the time trials, of course) went to attackers - why not today?


The final stage is on! We see all of the special jersey wearers lined up at the front one last time. It's unlikely that any of them will change shoulders tonight, so those who currently wear them will likely do so on the podium tonight as well. They are:

Maglia Rosapcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Rein Taaramäe
Maglia Azzurrapcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Richard Antonio Carapaz
Maglia Ciclaminopcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Arnaud Demare
Maglia Biancapcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gzl.png Kamil Malecki


And one last time, we're looking for our Breakaway of the Day! pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gzl.png Kruijswijk, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Rosskopf and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Nych are trying to be part of it first. All of them already have at least one podium finish so far!


pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/iso.png Daniel and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Mullen are next, trying to catch up with the leading trio.


The hills didn't really work out for pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/yor.png McCarthy, so he tries on the flat. He's accompanied by Greek champion pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Kastrantas - so pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Festina aren't going all-in on the sprint to get their first podium spot, it seems.


Wheter there are too many or just the wrong riders up front, we don't know. But we do know that pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Kanter and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Madouas are chasing pretty vigorously!


pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/yor.png Holmes and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/mos.png Danacik try to break free, too - but pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Madouas simply hangs on, and so the only thing they achieve is to bring back the peloton to pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/yor.png McCarthy and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Kastrantas. Strange team tactics by by pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/yor.png cycleYorkshire...


Little later, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png eBuddy take control in the peloton, which soon sets an end to pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Mullen's and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/iso.png Daniel's attempt, too. Remaining up front are still pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gzl.png Kruijswijk, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Rosskopf and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Nych, but they just have built up a one-minute lead so far.


But both in the breakaway and in the pack, riders soon start to tire due to the really high pace! pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Conti still seems to have the energy to chase, while pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Hofstede is struggling much more.


Even though the peloton is still chasing, this trio is able to extend the lead second by second, as it's 1'36" after 50 kilometers.

And to be honest, this isn't surprising, as pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gzl.png Kruijswijk and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Nych both are very strong riders on the flat, with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Rosskopf being able to set a decent pace, too. None of them can really sprint, so if they make it to the line, it might come down to pure flat speed and acceleration - which would again mean that the US-American doesn't have the best cards.

But let's see if they're finally allowed to go a bit further away than just ninety seconds!


It's absolutely no surprise that we finally see an pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png eBuddy rider on the attack - and it's pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Vermeltfoort who's going for it! With him is pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Barthe, trying to create a numerical advantage for his team.


Finally, the pace significantly drops in the peloton. A mix of sprinter and GC rider teams are setting the pace now, with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Edet, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/tti.png Rybalkin, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Aranburu, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Madouas and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Kanter taking turns.

Their deficit is therefore currently growing, now being about two minutes.


When the two late attackers join the leading trio, the gap has grown to almost three minutes - so now we can definitely speak of the Breakaway of the Day. We've already presented the three early attackers, so let's focus on the two newcomers.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Vermeltfoort is another strong rider for the flat, perfectly suited to chase down breakaways - if he isn't a part of them himself, obviously. He isn't a stronger sprinter than the others, but his acceleration could well make a difference.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Barthe, on the other hand, is not the strongest on the flat - but now the fastest sprinter of the group. While he already has a stage podium, too, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Vermeltfoort is the only breakaway member who hasn't achieved this yet.

By the way, as soon as pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Barthe had arrived, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Nych stopped working - probably trying to pull off another attack like on stage 6, where he upset the sprinters on a flat finale!


100 kilometers to go in the 2020 Giro d'Italia! pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gzl.png Kruijswijk is leading the group, whose lead peaked around 3'30" and now is down to three minutes again. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Edet, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Kanter and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Madouas are setting the pace in the pack.


25 kilometers later, the sprinter teams start sending more riders up front. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Girdlestone and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Clarke have already joined the chase, while pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Niu and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Aregger would do the same soon after. The gap has only gone down by ten more seconds, though.


50 kilometers to go - which means that the breakaway arrives at the intermediate sprint! And although pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Nych could have moved up to 6th in the virtual points standings, he stays at the end of the group, getting just one single point.

We have the following order at the line:

1. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gzl.png Kruijswijk - 10 (55)
2. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Rosskopf - 6 (32)
3. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Vermeltfoort - 4 (4)
4. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Barthe - 2 (43)
5. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Nych - 1 (88)

They are already in Milano now, and will soon enter the circuit to be done five (and a half) times. The lead is now down to 2'18", with more and more riders taking turns in the peloton.


pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Rosskopf is scratching his head, maybe wondering whether to go ahead or to turn left. They finally get it right and ride towards the 5km mark - which unfortunately for them doesn't mean anything right now. They're entering the circuit now, and this place will be one of the last major turns of the race with a bit more than 6km to go.


Apparently, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Demare and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Afewerki feel really strong today, as several teammates are working for them as they reach the intermediate sprint now. The pack's deficit has only been cut by two more seconds so far - but with 50 kilomters to go, they should have enough time to catch those escapees!


Let's hope everybody counts the number of laps correctly - or else we'll either have someone arriving at the finish line too soon, or doing an extra lap. The breakaway would surely prefer the race to end now, as that would be a sure win for one of them - but it's still a long way to go, 45.2km to be precise.


The first lap is done, and it really doesn't look too much like a breakaway win anymore! The peloton has reduced the gap to 1'25", while we have exactly 30 kilometers to cover in this 2020 Giro d'Italia!


It's the end of the third lap for the leaders, still holding onto their lead of one minute! But can that be enough with 23.3km to go?

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Nych is now working as well, as pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Barthe seems to be done - or did they decide the Frenchman should have the better cards being a faster sprinter?


Meanwhile, the pack is moving really fast - meaning that there might be a risk of splits! Fortunately for those who aren't positioned well enough yet, there's no wind today once again, else that could be really threatening!

We can see pretty much all the sprinters bar pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Demare - who's up front - right here: pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/kng.png Hsu, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Eislers, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Afewerki, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/isa.png Contreras, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/yor.png Cullaigh, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ino.png Goss, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/bnm.png Meyer, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/rak.png Zhao, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Nizzolo, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Appollonio, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/mos.png Granjel Cabrera - have we missed someone?

By the way, some pretty well positioned GC riders are even further back - pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ino.png Brenes, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Bongiorno and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Schleck, with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/kng.png Reis and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/isa.png Anacona being even at the very end of the peloton!


Up front, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Rosskopf attacks with exactly 20 kilometers to go, knowing that going solo should be pretty much his only chance to beat his companions!

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Barthe is dropped instantly, while the others try to catch the US-American.


It doesn't take long for the peloton, led by pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Kneisky, to reel in pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Barthe. They're only 56" behind the breakaway now - but those four who remain up front are fighting really bravely!


Up front, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Rosskopf has been caught again by the end of the fourth lap. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png EA Vesuvio have now completely vanished from the chase; instead, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Team Puma - SAP are going full speed with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Sagiv and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Cavagna!

38" are left of the breakaway's advantage - does anyone have enough left to hold onto that small lead?


pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Nych indeed wants to repeat his solo win from stage 6, attacking with 12.8km to go! pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Rosskopf can't keep up anymore, while pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Vermeltfoort and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gzl.png Kruijswijk are trying to collaborate to bring the Russian back!


But in the peloton, we now have a big split at this same point! Only 30 riders are up front - with this being the left-behinds! Besides some sprinters - notably pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Van Poppel, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Afewerki, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ino.png Goss and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/mos.png Granjel Cabrera - we also have a lot of GC riders having missed out on the split: pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Spilak, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Kirsch, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Chiarello, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ubs.png Amador, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/grm.png Nesset, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/rak.png Shikai, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Faglum Karlsson, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Talansky, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/yor.png Kennaugh, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Bernal, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Bongiorno, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/aeg.png Valls, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ino.png Brenes, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Schleck, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Carapaz - that's 3/4 of the Top 20 riders! Meaning that up front we just have the Top 5 - so even if this split should persist, it wouldn't have a major impact on the top of the GC.
Giro d'Italia


Stage 21 / 21: Flat, 185.7km

Torino - Milano

Part 2 / 2


pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gzl.png Kruijswijk and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Vermeltfoort have indeed caught up with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Nych, while pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Rosskopf is still fighting to do the same!

The pack is still 38" down with 10.8km to go! The split has closed in the meantime, by the way.


But pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Rosskopf has to give up and is soon swallowed by the peloton. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Bystrom is currently leading - a glimpse at the front of the pack clearly shows us who are today's two top-favorites!


The escapees complete the fifth - and final - lap still ahead of the pack, but only by 16 seconds! Unfortunately for them, there are still 6.2km to go, so that's a close to impossible mission!


Five kilometers until we're done with the 2020 Giro d'Italia! pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Vermeltfoort and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Nych are still trying, while pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gzl.png Kruijswijk, at the left border of the road, had to let go. 12 seconds remain!

We currently still have quite some GC riders close to the front of the peloton - with the entire Top 10 bar pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/mos.png Barguil in the first 30 positions - nobody wants to lose any time by stupid bad positioning on the last day!

But the sprinters are already getting into position; pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Demare and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh come first, but most are lined up behind pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Appollonio: we see pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/isa.png Contreras, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/kng.png Hsu, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Eislers, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/bnm.png Meyer, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Afewerki, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/mos.png Granjel Cabrera, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ino.png Goss and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/rak.png Zhao. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Van Poppel isn't around yet, and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/yor.png Cullaigh is right behind pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Chiarello, not joining the long train.


Just 500 meters later, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Vermeltfoort and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Nych are caught as well - meaning that the peloton will take the stage for only the 6th time in three weeks! pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Cavagna is leading the bunch onto the final 4.5 kilometers.


3km to the line, and while the pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Air France train looks already pretty good with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Bystrom - pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Paez - pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Team Puma have somehow messed up a bit, with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Niu being at the roadside and only pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Aregger remaining ahead of pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Demare!

Most sprinters have therefore decided to follow the blue train, with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Appollonio glued to pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh, followed by pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Nizzolo, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/isa.png Contreras, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/kng.png Hsu and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/yor.png Cullaigh. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Eislers, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/bnm.png Meyer, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/mos.png Granjel Cabrera, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Afewerki, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ino.png Goss and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/rak.png Zhao seem to be somewhat stuck behind pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/tti.png Malori, while pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Taaramäe, led out by pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Vangstad, apparently wants to participate in the sprint once more!

Oh, and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Van Poppel was seemingly hoping for his teammate pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Vermeltfoort to take the stage, as he's still not well positioned at all!


Within just one kilometer, the picture can completely change! The two trains have actually crossed - and now it's pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Team Puma who again have lined up nicely, with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Niu being back up front! On the other hand, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Bystrom is done, leaving pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh with just pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Paez - that's really early with 2,000m left!

So the other sprinters now have to choose what to do! pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Appollonio and the whole queue behind him seem to change their minds and switch to pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Demare, while pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Nizzolo continues to follow pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh.


What a leadout by pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Aregger! Under the Fiamma Rossa - marking the final kilometer of the 2020 Giro d'Italia - the Swiss has opened a gap to pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Appollonio, who doesn't seem to be able to follow pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Demare anymore!

And it's pretty much the contrary for pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Air France, as pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Paez has already dropped behind pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh, leaving his sprinter all alone already now!

Let's take a look at the current positions to get a better overview:

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Aregger
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Demare
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Appollonio
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Kennaughpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/isa.png Contreras
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/kng.png Hsu
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Paezpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/yor.png Cullaigh
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Nizzolopcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Eislers
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Afewerki
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/bnm.png Meyer
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/mos.png Granjel Cabrera
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ino.png Goss
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/rak.png Zhaopcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Taaramäe
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Van Poppel


With 700m left, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Demare decides it's time to leave his leadout's slipstream - having already a huge advantage on pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Appollonio thanks to pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Aregger's tremendous work!

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/isa.png Contreras currently is in 4th position, while pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/kng.png Hsu and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh are neck-and-neck for 5th and 6th.

Behind the Taiwanese, we have pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Eislers and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Afewerki, who are overtaking pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/yor.png Cullaigh, while pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/bnm.png Meyer, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Nizzolo, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/mos.png Granjel Cabrera, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ino.png Goss and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/rak.png Zhao are trying to close in.


Only 500 meters to the line for pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Demare, who still holds onto his huge margin - or even further extends it!

Let's look at the positions once again:

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Demare
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Aregger
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/isa.png Contreraspcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Appollonio
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Kennaughpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/kng.png Hsu
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Eislers
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Afewerki
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/yor.png Cullaigh
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/bnm.png Meyer
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Nizzolopcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/mos.png Granjel Cabrera
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ino.png Gosspcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/rak.png Zhao
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Taaramäepcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Van Poppel


Just 300m to go, and while pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Demare probably won't give this one away and take his second stage win, we have a really close fight for 2nd! pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/kng.png Hsu, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Appollonio, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/isa.png Contreras and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh are neck-and-neck - with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Eislers and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Afewerki bringing some great speed onto the closing meters, too!

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/yor.png Cullaigh is trying to catch the Eritrean's wheel, while pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/bnm.png Meyer leads out pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Nizzolo and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/rak.png Zhao in the middle of the road! pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ino.png Goss is in the wind, and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/mos.png Granjel Cabrera attempts to latch onto the train ahead of him. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Van Poppel has at least passed pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Taaramäe now, but is struggling to get closer to those up front.


We're on the final 200 meters of this Giro d'Italia - with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Demare now starting to slightly fade! But he should still easily have this one in the bag!

Behind, we only have a three-way fight for 2nd now, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Appollonio having cracked and now blocking the way for pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Afewerki! pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Eislers is still in pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/kng.png Hsu's slipstream, holding back the final push for the very last meters!


pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Demare is out of reach for these four, who are still fighting for a stage podium! pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/kng.png Hsu now have a slight edge over pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/isa.png Contreras, but it's far from decisive - and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Eislers is only launching now!

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Appollonio really has nothing left, having dropped behind pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/yor.png Cullaigh already - and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/bnm.png Meyer is about to pass him, too. But he has indeed blocked pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Afewerki, who should now take the free space to the Italian's right!

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/mos.png Granjel Cabrera, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Nizzolo and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ino.png Goss are only fighting for a low Top 10 it seems, with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/rak.png Zhao and especially pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Van Poppel even further back!

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Taaramäe finally doesn't really have a chance of keeping up with these sprinters - which isn't a big surprise when you're about 20 stat points weaker...


But the clear winner of today's closing stage is pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Arnaud Demare! He was perfectly led out by pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Aregger on the final kilometer, allowing him to launch with 700m to go having already a good margin on the rest. He simply pulled through, confirming that he's the most consistent sprinter - and now the most successful rider of this Giro d'Italia in terms of stage results! Congratulations on his 14th GT stage win!


It's still incredibly close for 2nd with just 50 meters to go! pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Kennaugh seems to be inches ahead of pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/kng.png Hsu, but pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/isa.png Contreras definitely hasn't thrown in the towel yet! pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Eislers's acceleration might come just a bit too late, though, while pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/yor.png Cullaigh will very probably take 6th.


Indeed, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Peter Kennaugh takes his second 2nd place of the race, the third podium overall. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/kng.png Hsuan Ping Hsu will surely be happy about taking 3rd, starting and ending the race on the stage podium!

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/isa.png Emiliano Contreras won stage 10, but narrowly misses out on another podium spot today, taking 4th ahead of pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Ingus Eislers, who apparently didn't have enough left for another great finish.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/yor.png Gabriel Cullaigh gets his best result of the race, taking 6th.


pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Giacomo Nizzolo ends his home GT with another disappointing result, taking 7th. He wasn't able to do any better than 6th throughout the whole race - surely not what he and his manager had hoped for. Which means that both pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/fes.png Festina - OAKA and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ubs.png Team UBS leave this Giro without a single stage podium.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/mos.png Granjel Cabrera got that podium on the very first occasion, on stage 2. Today, he has to settle for 8th after a sub-par positioning - which holds for most others finishing down here, too.


pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/bnm.png Cameron Meyer and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/rak.png Jingbiao Zhao round off today's Top 10, while pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ino.png Goss, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Afewerki and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Appollonio are fighting for 11th.


It's pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Elias Afewerki who takes it, after he finally managed to sprint past pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Davide Appollonio. The Italian completely mistimed his sprint, dropping all the way down to 13th, even behind pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ino.png Matthew Goss. Surely a very disappointing way to finish the home GT for the stage 2 winner - but at least, he got that win and the Maglia Rosa for one day!


Finally, the last points of this Giro go to pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Rein Taaramäe and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Danny Van Poppel - with the Estonian finally overtaking the Dutchman again! pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Van Poppel's positioning was really horrible, hence he didn't have any chance of getting a top result today. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Taaramäe, on the other hand, confirms his 2nd place in the points standings - and most importantly his Giro win!


pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gzl.png Kamil Malecki - at the same time the race's biggest winner and the last two days' biggest loser - sprints home to 16th, narrowly missing out on some stage points. Which nicely reflects his Giro: almost there, but not quite. Still, it was an amazing race for the Pole and his team!

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/tti.png Timofey Kritskiy, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png William Chiarello, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ino.png Abdul Gani and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/tti.png Adrian Malori round off today's Top 20 - and will all be glad that it's over!


And just a little later, the race is officially over for all the riders, as pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Clarke, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Barthe and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Edet cross the finish line. The Giro 2020 is done - now let's party!


First, let's celebrate pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Arnaud Demare! The Frenchman wins today's stage after a close to perfect sprint preparation by his team - he almost couldn't lose that one once he was released by his final leadout. Today's win makes him the most successful rider of this Giro, being the only one along pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/aeg.png van der Poel having won two stages. Furthermore, he got a total of 5 stage podiums, which is more than any other rider. Congratulations!

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Peter Kennaugh takes 2nd for the second time in this Giro, along with a 3rd place. Three stage podiums out of six sprint stages isn't bad - but what's missing is the highlight, the stage win. Once he was beaten by a breakaway rider, and twice by pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Demare - it's not much that was missing, but still that last ounce that could have made the difference.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/kng.png Hsuan Ping Hsu will definitely look back on a good Giro, which started for him with the pink jersey after the opening team time trial! He then took 5th, 6th and 5th on the first three flat stages, before being outside the Top 10 on the next two occasions. Today, he put it all together and finally got an individual stage podium - well done!


But now, onto the great winner of the race - a win that definitely makes pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Rein Taaramäe a ManGame legend! He is only the third rider in history winning all three GTs, along with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/p4e.png Aleksandr Pluchkin and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Andy Schleck - the latter even winning all Grand Tours twice!

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Taaramäe was attentive throughout the whole race, and almost always sprinted for points, being often the best GC rider of the stage. He was the strongest of them in the hills, in the mountains, in the time trial - and therefore is the most logical winner! However, it took until stage 19 for him to finally take over the Maglia Rosa - which he defended without getting into troubles on the final two stages. Although he missed out on a stage win, two 2nd and 3rd places each prove his consistency throughout the race - congratulations, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Rein Taaramäe!

The Estonian finally wins the race 1'23" ahead of pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/tti.png Timofey Kritskiy, who delivered a great race, too! Although he only finished on the podium once - in the long ITT - he never lost a lot of time to pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Taaramäe - but wasn't able to endanger him, either. Hence, we finally have exactly the same result as in the 2019 Vuelta a Espana: pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Taaramäe winning slightly more than a minute ahead of pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/tti.png Kritskiy!

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/bnm.png Jack Haig taking 3rd place then definitely is a surprise! Of course, he did benefit from pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Spilak's huge time loss on stage 4 - without that day off, the Slovene would likely have taken this 3rd place. But nonetheless, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/bnm.png Haig's consistent riding, being very often among the "best of the rest" behind the Top 2, still makes this a well-deserved podium - one he had to fight for until the final meters on the last ascent!

Let's take a look at the entire Top 10:

1.pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Rein Taaramäe91h51'45"
2.pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/tti.png Timofey Kritskiy+ 1'23"
3.pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/bnm.png Jack Haig+ 4'01"
4.pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gzl.png Kamil Malecki+ 4'42"
5.pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/mos.png Warren Barguil+ 5'14"
6.pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/rak.png Chen Shikai+ 6'30"
7.pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png William Chiarello+ 7'23"
8.pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Simon Spilak+ 7'49"
9.pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ubs.png Andrei Amador+ 8'26"
10.pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/grm.png Sigurd Nesset+ 9'30"

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gzl.png Malecki is by far the biggest surprise in this list - and probably one of the biggest surprise in ManGame's GT history! Having gained a lot of time in his stage 5 breakaway - where he took the stage win along with all the jerseys - he proved to be an extremely hard to beat rival, holding onto the race lead until stage 19 - just to finally even drop off the podium on stage 20...

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Chiarello taking 7th is also a positive surprise. He just almost always hung on, never having a really bad day - and even attacking at times. "Solid" is what probably describes his race best - in the mountains, on the hills, and - very pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Evonik-unlike - even in the time trial.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/grm.png Nesset's 10th place then is a combination of solid riding as well, and some breakaway action. He even took second place on stage 17, the "co-queen-stage". This result should be far beyond his manager's expectations!

The opposite is certainly the case for pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Spilak. Everything that could go wrong went wrong for him on stage 4, where he for once wasn't positioned well enough, got dropped - and didn't even get the team support he needed. It might not have been beneficial on that day to have pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Talansky on the team, as they seemed to be fine with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Spilak dropping an the US-American staying up front. He did manage to climb up the rankings again, but still ends up far away from the podium spot that would otherwise have been absolutely possible.

To be fair, we have to say that we would have expected more aggressive riding from him in the hills, where he should have been among the strongest. However, the course didn't really favor attacks, it has to be said. Especially the stages ending on a hilltop had far too easy ascents for big gaps to open - which can be said of pretty much all the mountaintop finishes as well. In the end, the Slovene takes 8th place - limiting the damages, but no more.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Schleck and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Carapaz are two preview Top 10 contenders who didn't quite deliver - which isn't that surprising, though, both having some clear weaknesses. While the Luxembourger was a valuable domestique for pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Kirsch, the Swede at least won the final mountain stage and the KoM jersey, while still taking a Top 20 GC result as well.

But the biggest disappointment has to be pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/kng.png Reis. He did very well during two thirds of the race - and then had two inexplicably bad days on stages 15 and 19. Instead of taking a Top 10 that seemed to be safe, the Portuguese dropped down to an underwhelming 24th place. This will definitely require some post-race analysis!


But now let's leave behind the disappointing riders and let's go back to the most successful one of this Giro: pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pum.png Arnaud Demare! What was already 99% sure pre-stage now is a fact: he wins his second GT points jersey after the Tour de France last year! He clearly benefitted from the new points system, favoring the sprinters. This assumption is backed by the fact that he didn't win the jersey two years ago despite winning six!!! stages, while two stage wins plus three more podiums were enough this time. Nonetheless, it's definitely a great performance and a well-deserved win!

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Rein Taaramäe was often the best placed of the GC riders, although many, many stages went to the breakaway. Still, his four podium spots and other good stage results were enough to take 2nd place in the Maglia Ciclamino standings - ahead of all other sprinters!

One of them actually takes third place, as pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/afk.png Peter Kennaugh moved up thanks to his 2nd place of the stage today. Behind, it's a big mix of sprinters, GC riders and frequent escapees, as we have pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/evo.png Eislers, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/mos.png Barguil, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/isa.png Contreras, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/aeg.png van der Poel, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/ebd.png Boswell, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Appollonio and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Nych completing the Top 10.


While the winner of the points standings was rather clear for a while already, the Maglia Azzurra was subject to a big fight until the second-last day - where pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Richard Antonio Carapaz finally rode an amazing race, taking the Cima Coppi and the stage win - thereby clearly winning the KoM standings in the end!

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/iso.png Aleksandar Roman wore this jersey for eight days - longer than anyone else - but finally just wasn't strong enough to score any points on yesterday's stage. He still finishes 2nd with 62 points, 28 points - and therefore more than an HC climb - behind pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/vlv.png Carapaz.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/isa.png Winner Anacona didn't have the best legs on the queen stage, either, where he tried to take over the jersey - but didn't gain a single point. He still finishes 3rd, which is a nice result for him, too.


And we still get to see pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gzl.png Kamil Malecki, as he wins the Maglia Bianca by a huge margin! He took the lead in the U25 standings after stage 3 - and never lost it again! He built up a huge lead thanks to some breakaway appearances - and then simply was the most consistent of the young riders.

Of course, others like pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/pol.png Egan Bernal, who finishes 2nd (+ 12'10") took a lot more risks - which sometimes worked out well, and sometimes didn't, resulting in a rather big time loss. With pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png Tom Wirtgen in 3rd place (+ 16'10"), we at least have one of the strongest U25 stage racers on the podium - with most others being on domestique duties, as expected, and therefore not getting a great GC result.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gzl.png Gazelle have three riders in the Top 10 of the U25 standings - which is definitely an amazing result as well!


And this display of strenght by their youngsters is one of the reasons why pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gzl.png Gazelle dominated the team standings, winning by a margin of more than 15 minutes! They had successful breakaway attempts, while still protecting pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gzl.png Malecki and his Maglia Rosa - a stunning performance for a team coming here without a top GC rider, but a lot of decent climbers. It's a bit ironic that their weakest climber got their best GC result, though...

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/eav.png EA Vesuvio had a pretty strong lineup, and it finally paid off in the team standings and in the GC. While they miss out on the top result, they have 3 riders in the GC Top 25 - which explains why they finish runner-up in the team standings, 16'04" behind the winners.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/aeg.png Aegon - Peroni make it two Dutch teams on the podium - and at least a partial local representation up there, with their secondary sponsor being Italian. With their 18'30" deficit, they were almost overtaken by the "true" home team, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/gen.png Generali, on the final mountain stage - but the Italians withouth an Italian on their Giro roster have to settle for 4th.

And with these pictures, the 2020 Giro d'Italia comes to an end! We had three wonderful weeks of cycling, with however some bizarre strategic decisions, but a worthy winner in pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2020/Micros/akm.png Rein Taaramäe! The riders will now be looking forward to some days off (hopefully), and we're hoping for more great cycling in the remaining Grand Tours this year! Arrivederci al 2021!


1Arnaud DemareTeam Puma - SAP4h16'12
2Peter KennaughAir France - KLMs.t.
3Hsuan Ping HsuKing Powers.t.
4Emiliano ContrerasISA - Hexactas.t.
5Ingus EislersEvonik - ELKOs.t.
6Gabriel CullaighcycleYorkshires.t.
7Giacomo NizzoloFestina - OAKAs.t.
8Raul Granjel CabreraMoser - Sygics.t.
9Cameron MeyerBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
10Jingbiao ZhaoRakuten Pro Cyclings.t.
11Elias AfewerkiEA Vesuvios.t.
12Matthew GossIndosat Ooredoos.t.
13Davide AppollonioVolvo acc. by Spotifys.t.
14Rein TaaramäeAker - MOTs.t.
15Danny Van PoppeleBuddys.t.
16Kamil MaleckiGazelles.t.
17Timofey KritskiyTeam Tinkoff - La Datchas.t.
18William ChiarelloEvonik - ELKOs.t.
19Abdul GaniIndosat Ooredoos.t.
20Adrian MaloriTeam Tinkoff - La Datchas.t.
21Neilson PowlessGazelles.t.
22Bas Van der KooijeBuddys.t.
23Jack HaigBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
24Sigurd NessetGrieg-Maersks.t.
25Simon SpilakGeneralis.t.
26Andrei AmadorTeam UBSs.t.
27Benoit CosnefroyGrieg-Maersks.t.
28Andreas VangstadAker - MOTs.t.
29Chen ShikaiRakuten Pro Cyclings.t.
30Jose FernandesGeneralis.t.
31Alex WohlerBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
32Cameron BaylyBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
33Marcel AreggerTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
34Jaime CastrilloAker - MOTs.t.
35Hugo HofstetterGrieg-Maersks.t.
36Artur GrigrianTeam UBSs.t.
37Ivan Garcia CortinaPolars.t.
38Davide GabburoIsostar - Specializeds.t.
39Gonzalo SerranoGrieg-Maersks.t.
40Mathieu van der PoelAegon - Peronis.t.
41Warren BarguilMoser - Sygics.t.
42Peter PruusAker - MOTs.t.
43Ian BibbyGazelles.t.
44Sven Erik BystromAir France - KLMs.t.
45Bambang SuryadiIndosat Ooredoos.t.
46Andrea VendrameVolvo acc. by Spotifys.t.
47Andres PaezAir France - KLMs.t.
48Jonathan SalinasAir France - KLMs.t.
49Elia VivianiKing Powers.t.
50Takeaki AmezawaAker - MOTs.t.
51Chris HarperBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
52Tobias LudvigssonGeneralis.t.
53Andris VosekalnsEvonik - ELKOs.t.
54Guy SagivTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
55Brendan CantyBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
56Yikui NiuTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
57Petr VakocISA - Hexactas.t.
58Morgan KneiskyEA Vesuvios.t.
59Vegard Stake LaengenGrieg-Maersks.t.
60Nikias ArndtTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
61Remi CavagnaTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
62Sean McKennaMoser - Sygics.t.
63Salah Eddine MraouniISA - Hexactas.t.
64Alex KirschEA Vesuvios.t.
65Daniil FominykhTeam UBSs.t.
66Aleksey RybalkinTeam Tinkoff - La Datchas.t.
67Aidan Van NiekerkFestina - OAKAs.t.
68Denys KarnulinGazelles.t.
69Kaspars SergisEvonik - ELKOs.t.
70Tom WirtgenEA Vesuvios.t.
71Pavel SivakovTeam Tinkoff - La Datchas.t.
72Alex AranburuAker - MOTs.t.
73Martins BlumsEvonik - ELKOs.t.
74Chun Wing LeungKing Powers.t.
75Rhys GillettGrieg-Maersks.t.
76Steven KruijswijkGazelles.t.
77Coen VermeltfoorteBuddys.t.
78Nathan BrownGeneralis.t.
79Keagan GirdlestoneEA Vesuvios.t.
80Artem NychPolars.t.
81Tomoyuki IinoRakuten Pro Cyclings.t.
82Tobias FossAker - MOTs.t.
83Felix GrossschartnerGrieg-Maersks.t.
84Jerome CoppelcycleYorkshires.t.
85Thery SchirTeam UBSs.t.
86Kamil GradekIsostar - Specializeds.t.
87Aleksa CrnceviccycleYorkshires.t.
88Szymon SajnokLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeams.t.
89Jose GoncalvesTeam UBSs.t.
90Kazushige KubokiRakuten Pro Cyclings.t.
91Benjamin DyballGeneralis.t.
92Tim KennaughcycleYorkshires.t.
93Sergey LuchshenkoIndosat Ooredoos.t.
94Jakub DanacikMoser - Sygics.t.
95Nikita NovikovTeam Tinkoff - La Datchas.t.
96Ronan Van ZandbeekVolvo acc. by Spotifys.t.
97Jay McCarthycycleYorkshires.t.
98Marcus Faglum KarlssonVolvo acc. by Spotifys.t.
99Andrei SakalouEvonik - ELKOs.t.
100Ivo OliveiraGeneralis.t.
101Dayer QuintanaAker - MOTs.t.
102Giovanni CarboniAegon - Peronis.t.
103Timothy RoeBennelong - Mitcheltons.t.
104Michael HepburnMoser - Sygics.t.
105Daniel TeklehaimanotKing Powers.t.
106Patrick NaudEvonik - ELKOs.t.
107Sebastien IvarsTeam UBSs.t.
108Kai ReusRakuten Pro Cyclings.t.
109Egan BernalPolars.t.
110Anatoliy SosnitskiyGazelles.t.
111Guillaume MartinAir France - KLMs.t.
112Charalampas KastrantasFestina - OAKAs.t.
113Vegard Robinson BuggeIsostar - Specializeds.t.
114Aleksandar RomanIsostar - Specializeds.t.
115Andrew TalanskyGeneralis.t.
116Andy SchleckEA Vesuvios.t.
117Patrick GamperLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeams.t.
118Frederik FrisonAegon - Peronis.t.
119Tao Geoghegan HartGazelles.t.
120Christian MagerTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
121Louis VervaekeGazelles.t.
122Rafel MajkaeBuddys.t.
123Riccardo ZoidlFestina - OAKAs.t.
124Kristaps BudenieksEvonik - ELKOs.t.
125Rafael VallsAegon - Peronis.t.
126Francesco BongiornoFestina - OAKAs.t.
127Anton VorobevTeam Tinkoff - La Datchas.t.
128Alessandro FedeliLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeams.t.
129Ian BoswelleBuddys.t.
130Nikolaos IoannidisFestina - OAKAs.t.
131Murilo AffonsoISA - Hexactas.t.
132Gregory BrenesIndosat Ooredoos.t.
133Valerio ContieBuddys.t.
134Ryan MullenPolars.t.
135Getachew SendekuISA - Hexactas.t.
136Michal KukrleMoser - Sygics.t.
137Nejc KosicVolvo acc. by Spotifys.t.
138Lennard HofstedeeBuddys.t.
139Daniel TurekMoser - Sygics.t.
140Tushantha RajapakshageRakuten Pro Cyclings.t.
141Jacob SalconeRakuten Pro Cyclings.t.
142Mikel IturriaGrieg-Maersks.t.
143Ioannis SpanopoulosFestina - OAKAs.t.
144Justin WolfIndosat Ooredoos.t.
145Sebastian SchönbergerMoser - Sygics.t.
146Dealton Nur Arif PrayogoIndosat Ooredoos.t.
147Gregory DanielIsostar - Specializeds.t.
148Michail MavrikakisFestina - OAKAs.t.
149Teodoro CostagliRakuten Pro Cyclings.t.
150Lars BoomAegon - Peronis.t.
151Yuttana ManoKing Powers.t.
152Matthew HolmescycleYorkshires.t.
153Jianhua JiISA - Hexactas.t.
154Peter VelitsAegon - Peronis.t.
155Richard Antonio CarapazVolvo acc. by Spotifys.t.
156Alessandro CoviLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeams.t.
157Ka Hoo FungKing Powers.t.
158Fabio ArueBuddys.t.
159Piter CamperoISA - Hexactas.t.
160Bakhtiyar KozhatayevIsostar - Specializeds.t.
161Jorge AbreuTeam UBSs.t.
162Ion IzagirrePolars.t.
163Mikel BizkarraIsostar - Specializeds.t.
164Andreas Odie Purnama SetiawaIndosat Ooredoos.t.
165Rafael ReisKing Powers.t.
166Valentin MadouasTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
167Giulio CicconeAegon - Peronis.t.
168Joey RosskopfGeneralis.t.
169Thomas KoepAegon - Peronis.t.
170Daniel MunozcycleYorkshires.t.
171Winner AnaconaISA - Hexactas.t.
172Phan Age HaugardVolvo acc. by Spotifys.t.
173Stan DewulfLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeams.t.
174Bob JungelsEA Vesuvios.t.
175Max KanterEA Vesuvio+ 2'29
176Simon ClarkeAir France - KLM+ 5'23
177Cyril BarthePolars.t.
178Nicolas EdetAir France - KLMs.t.



1Rein TaaramäeAker - MOT91h51'45
2Timofey KritskiyTeam Tinkoff - La Datcha+ 1'23
3Jack HaigBennelong - Mitchelton+ 4'01
4Kamil MaleckiGazelle+ 4'42
5Warren BarguilMoser - Sygic+ 5'14
6Chen ShikaiRakuten Pro Cycling+ 6'30
7William ChiarelloEvonik - ELKO+ 7'23
8Simon SpilakGenerali+ 7'49
9Andrei AmadorTeam UBS+ 8'26
10Sigurd NessetGrieg-Maersk+ 9'30
11Alex KirschEA Vesuvio+ 10'12
12Andrew TalanskyGenerali+ 10'13
13Tim KennaughcycleYorkshire+ 11'17
14Marcus Faglum KarlssonVolvo acc. by Spotify+ 11'40
15Francesco BongiornoFestina - OAKA+ 13'05
16Rafael VallsAegon - Peroni+ 13'19
17Richard Antonio CarapazVolvo acc. by Spotify+ 13'56
18Gregory BrenesIndosat Ooredoo+ 14'43
19Andy SchleckEA Vesuvio+ 15'43
20Egan BernalPolar+ 16'52
21Nikias ArndtTeam Puma - SAP+ 18'19
22Tom WirtgenEA Vesuvio+ 20'52
23Mikel IturriaGrieg-Maersk+ 23'27
24Rafael ReisKing Power+ 23'38
25Bakhtiyar KozhatayevIsostar - Specialized+ 26'38
26Christian MagerTeam Puma - SAP+ 27'48
27Tao Geoghegan HartGazelle+ 28'14
28Daniel TeklehaimanotKing Power+ 33'44
29Fabio ArueBuddy+ 34'52
30Jonathan SalinasAir France - KLM+ 36'14
31Giulio CicconeAegon - Peroni+ 37'16
32Winner AnaconaISA - Hexacta+ 38'04
33Anatoliy SosnitskiyGazelle+ 38'42
34Louis VervaekeGazelle+ 38'47
35Rafel MajkaeBuddy+ 39'59
36Jorge AbreuTeam UBS+ 41'03
37Benjamin DyballGenerali+ 42'07
38Kristaps BudenieksEvonik - ELKO+ 42'12
39Steven KruijswijkGazelle+ 42'39
40Denys KarnulinGazelle+ 42'43
41Andris VosekalnsEvonik - ELKO+ 42'57
42Vegard Stake LaengenGrieg-Maersk+ 43'57
43Giovanni CarboniAegon - Peroni+ 44'10
44Takeaki AmezawaAker - MOT+ 44'15
45Ian BibbyGazelle+ 44'22
46Tomoyuki IinoRakuten Pro Cycling+ 45'10
47Aleksandar RomanIsostar - Specialized+ 47'55
48Charalampas KastrantasFestina - OAKA+ 49'12
49Michail MavrikakisFestina - OAKA+ 50'17
50Tobias LudvigssonGenerali+ 51'07
51Martins BlumsEvonik - ELKO+ 51'22
52Peter VelitsAegon - Peroni+ 51'40
53Ian BoswelleBuddy+ 52'10
54Teodoro CostagliRakuten Pro Cycling+ 53'18
55Neilson PowlessGazelle+ 54'20
56Brendan CantyBennelong - Mitchelton+ 55'30
57Dayer QuintanaAker - MOT+ 56'41
58Cameron BaylyBennelong - Mitchelton+ 57'28
59Ion IzagirrePolar+ 59'01
60Nikolaos IoannidisFestina - OAKA+ 59'11
61Sean McKennaMoser - Sygic+ 59'48
62Pavel SivakovTeam Tinkoff - La Datcha+ 1h00'03
63Jose GoncalvesTeam UBS+ 1h00'08
64Petr VakocISA - Hexacta+ 1h00'40
65Yikui NiuTeam Puma - SAP+ 1h01'21
66Mikel BizkarraIsostar - Specialized+ 1h01'50
67Andreas VangstadAker - MOT+ 1h02'18
68Nathan BrownGenerali+ 1h02'45
69Aleksa CrnceviccycleYorkshire+ 1h03'40
70Nikita NovikovTeam Tinkoff - La Datcha+ 1h03'47
71Joey RosskopfGenerali+ 1h05'46
72Thery SchirTeam UBS+ 1h05'57
73Alex AranburuAker - MOT+ 1h06'38
74Riccardo ZoidlFestina - OAKA+ 1h07'35
75Peter PruusAker - MOT+ 1h08'30
76Kaspars SergisEvonik - ELKO+ 1h08'44
77Chris HarperBennelong - Mitchelton+ 1h09'19
78Aleksey RybalkinTeam Tinkoff - La Datcha+ 1h14'50
79Artur GrigrianTeam UBS+ 1h15'47
80Guillaume MartinAir France - KLM+ 1h20'58
81Thomas KoepAegon - Peroni+ 1h21'38
82Timothy RoeBennelong - Mitchelton+ 1h23'16
83Arnaud DemareTeam Puma - SAP+ 1h24'04
84Ioannis SpanopoulosFestina - OAKA+ 1h25'05
85Andrei SakalouEvonik - ELKO+ 1h25'14
86Mathieu van der PoelAegon - Peroni+ 1h26'08
87Jose FernandesGenerali+ 1h26'18
88Aidan Van NiekerkFestina - OAKA+ 1h27'08
89Benoit CosnefroyGrieg-Maersk+ 1h28'10
90Getachew SendekuISA - Hexacta+ 1h28'52
91Valerio ContieBuddy+ 1h34'08
92Tobias FossAker - MOT+ 1h38'31
93Andres PaezAir France - KLM+ 1h40'19
94Cyril BarthePolar+ 1h40'40
95Piter CamperoISA - Hexacta+ 1h44'30
96Jay McCarthycycleYorkshire+ 1h47'30
97Keagan GirdlestoneEA Vesuvio+ 1h47'36
98Vegard Robinson BuggeIsostar - Specialized+ 1h47'55
99Jakub DanacikMoser - Sygic+ 1h49'40
100Rhys GillettGrieg-Maersk+ 1h54'47
101Jianhua JiISA - Hexacta+ 1h55'38
102Sven Erik BystromAir France - KLM+ 1h56'12
103Jacob SalconeRakuten Pro Cycling+ 1h57'07
104Matthew HolmescycleYorkshire+ 1h57'17
105Daniel MunozcycleYorkshire+ 1h57'58
106Ingus EislersEvonik - ELKO+ 2h04'58
107Valentin MadouasTeam Puma - SAP+ 2h06'42
108Lars BoomAegon - Peroni+ 2h07'51
109Sebastien IvarsTeam UBS+ 2h11'25
110Felix GrossschartnerGrieg-Maersk+ 2h14'23
111Murilo AffonsoISA - Hexacta+ 2h16'39
112Kazushige KubokiRakuten Pro Cycling+ 2h17'48
113Ka Hoo FungKing Power+ 2h18'00
114Remi CavagnaTeam Puma - SAP+ 2h21'59
115Jerome CoppelcycleYorkshire+ 2h22'13
116Jaime CastrilloAker - MOT+ 2h22'24
117Yuttana ManoKing Power+ 2h24'15
118Salah Eddine MraouniISA - Hexacta+ 2h26'09
119Lennard HofstedeeBuddy+ 2h27'13
120Davide GabburoIsostar - Specialized+ 2h28'46
121Gonzalo SerranoGrieg-Maersk+ 2h28'50
122Marcel AreggerTeam Puma - SAP+ 2h30'15
123Artem NychPolar+ 2h30'33
124Sergey LuchshenkoIndosat Ooredoo+ 2h31'21
125Hsuan Ping HsuKing Power+ 2h37'02
126Sebastian SchönbergerMoser - Sygic+ 2h37'53
127Guy SagivTeam Puma - SAP+ 2h41'57
128Gregory DanielIsostar - Specialized+ 2h42'10
129Coen VermeltfoorteBuddy+ 2h44'09
130Emiliano ContrerasISA - Hexacta+ 2h47'16
131Michal KukrleMoser - Sygic+ 2h52'39
132Ivan Garcia CortinaPolar+ 2h53'09
133Morgan KneiskyEA Vesuvio+ 2h53'14
134Elias AfewerkiEA Vesuvio+ 2h53'44
135Kai ReusRakuten Pro Cycling+ 2h55'37
136Raul Granjel CabreraMoser - Sygic+ 3h08'50
137Adrian MaloriTeam Tinkoff - La Datcha+ 3h11'47
138Bob JungelsEA Vesuvio+ 3h13'49
139Kamil GradekIsostar - Specialized+ 3h14'05
140Ivo OliveiraGenerali+ 3h14'11
141Alessandro FedeliLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 3h19'44
142Bas Van der KooijeBuddy+ 3h20'18
143Elia VivianiKing Power+ 3h23'57
144Hugo HofstetterGrieg-Maersk+ 3h24'02
145Patrick NaudEvonik - ELKO+ 3h28'32
146Anton VorobevTeam Tinkoff - La Datcha+ 3h31'47
147Michael HepburnMoser - Sygic+ 3h38'41
148Alex WohlerBennelong - Mitchelton+ 3h39'08
149Ryan MullenPolar+ 3h39'37
150Andreas Odie Purnama SetiawaIndosat Ooredoo+ 3h43'17
151Gabriel CullaighcycleYorkshire+ 3h43'58
152Nicolas EdetAir France - KLM+ 3h43'59
153Abdul GaniIndosat Ooredoo+ 3h49'05
154Daniel TurekMoser - Sygic+ 3h50'29
155Patrick GamperLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 3h54'54
156Tushantha RajapakshageRakuten Pro Cycling+ 4h01'14
157Dealton Nur Arif PrayogoIndosat Ooredoo+ 4h02'15
158Jingbiao ZhaoRakuten Pro Cycling+ 4h02'52
159Peter KennaughAir France - KLM+ 4h03'11
160Danny Van PoppeleBuddy+ 4h04'38
161Andrea VendrameVolvo acc. by Spotify+ 4h05'28
162Max KanterEA Vesuvio+ 4h05'42
163Szymon SajnokLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 4h28'48
164Ronan Van ZandbeekVolvo acc. by Spotify+ 4h43'59
165Cameron MeyerBennelong - Mitchelton+ 4h45'35
166Daniil FominykhTeam UBS+ 4h49'10
167Alessandro CoviLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 4h50'12
168Nejc KosicVolvo acc. by Spotify+ 4h56'14
169Davide AppollonioVolvo acc. by Spotify+ 5h05'10
170Chun Wing LeungKing Power+ 5h17'19
171Justin WolfIndosat Ooredoo+ 5h32'42
172Simon ClarkeAir France - KLM+ 5h35'47
173Frederik FrisonAegon - Peroni+ 5h43'48
174Matthew GossIndosat Ooredoo+ 5h51'13
175Giacomo NizzoloFestina - OAKA+ 5h56'23
176Phan Age HaugardVolvo acc. by Spotify+ 5h59'07
177Stan DewulfLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 6h03'19
178Bambang SuryadiIndosat Ooredoo+ 6h06'43



1Arnaud DemareTeam Puma - SAP218
2Rein TaaramäeAker - MOT144
3Peter KennaughAir France - KLM122
4Ingus EislersEvonik - ELKO107
5Warren BarguilMoser - Sygic103
6Emiliano ContrerasISA - Hexacta102
7Mathieu van der PoelAegon - Peroni99
8Ian BoswelleBuddy98
9Davide AppollonioVolvo acc. by Spotify92
10Artem NychPolar88
11Timofey KritskiyTeam Tinkoff - La Datcha88
12Egan BernalPolar83
13Hsuan Ping HsuKing Power74
14Kamil MaleckiGazelle72
15Simon SpilakGenerali69
16Richard Antonio CarapazVolvo acc. by Spotify66
17Jack HaigBennelong - Mitchelton65
18Danny Van PoppeleBuddy63
19Mikel BizkarraIsostar - Specialized61
20Andrew TalanskyGenerali60
21Aleksandar RomanIsostar - Specialized57
22Steven KruijswijkGazelle55
23William ChiarelloEvonik - ELKO54
24Cameron MeyerBennelong - Mitchelton53
25Raul Granjel CabreraMoser - Sygic51
26Giacomo NizzoloFestina - OAKA49
27Tom WirtgenEA Vesuvio48
28Petr VakocISA - Hexacta47
29Kristaps BudenieksEvonik - ELKO47
30Patrick GamperLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam47
31Jingbiao ZhaoRakuten Pro Cycling47
32Jerome CoppelcycleYorkshire45
33Cyril BarthePolar43
34Davide GabburoIsostar - Specialized42
35Matthew GossIndosat Ooredoo40
36Sigurd NessetGrieg-Maersk39
37Winner AnaconaISA - Hexacta37
38Bakhtiyar KozhatayevIsostar - Specialized37
39Vegard Robinson BuggeIsostar - Specialized36
40Alex KirschEA Vesuvio36
41Gabriel CullaighcycleYorkshire36
42Nikias ArndtTeam Puma - SAP35
43Valerio ContieBuddy34
44Sean McKennaMoser - Sygic32
45Joey RosskopfGenerali32
46Tim KennaughcycleYorkshire31
47Teodoro CostagliRakuten Pro Cycling29
48Francesco BongiornoFestina - OAKA28
49Daniel TeklehaimanotKing Power28
50Cameron BaylyBennelong - Mitchelton28
51Andris VosekalnsEvonik - ELKO25
52Jay McCarthycycleYorkshire25
53Benjamin DyballGenerali24
54Charalampas KastrantasFestina - OAKA23
55Alessandro FedeliLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam23
56Denys KarnulinGazelle22
57Andrei SakalouEvonik - ELKO21
58Lars BoomAegon - Peroni21
59Benoit CosnefroyGrieg-Maersk20
60Marcus Faglum KarlssonVolvo acc. by Spotify19
61Ka Hoo FungKing Power19
62Chen ShikaiRakuten Pro Cycling18
63Mikel IturriaGrieg-Maersk18
64Keagan GirdlestoneEA Vesuvio18
65Elias AfewerkiEA Vesuvio18
66Andrei AmadorTeam UBS17
67Vegard Stake LaengenGrieg-Maersk17
68Getachew SendekuISA - Hexacta17
69Yuttana ManoKing Power17
70Jorge AbreuTeam UBS16
71Aidan Van NiekerkFestina - OAKA16
72Jaime CastrilloAker - MOT16
73Peter VelitsAegon - Peroni15
74Jianhua JiISA - Hexacta15
75Sven Erik BystromAir France - KLM15
76Ivan Garcia CortinaPolar15
77Adrian MaloriTeam Tinkoff - La Datcha14
78Bas Van der KooijeBuddy14
79Daniel TurekMoser - Sygic14
80Kaspars SergisEvonik - ELKO13
81Chris HarperBennelong - Mitchelton13
82Rafael VallsAegon - Peroni12
83Andy SchleckEA Vesuvio12
84Andreas VangstadAker - MOT12
85Elia VivianiKing Power12
86Christian MagerTeam Puma - SAP11
87Rafel MajkaeBuddy11
88Brendan CantyBennelong - Mitchelton11
89Lennard HofstedeeBuddy11
90Takeaki AmezawaAker - MOT10
91Jose GoncalvesTeam UBS10
92Riccardo ZoidlFestina - OAKA10
93Jakub DanacikMoser - Sygic10
94Gregory DanielIsostar - Specialized10
95Morgan KneiskyEA Vesuvio10
96Gregory BrenesIndosat Ooredoo9
97Salah Eddine MraouniISA - Hexacta9
98Michael HepburnMoser - Sygic9
99Daniel MunozcycleYorkshire8
100Alex WohlerBennelong - Mitchelton7
101Alex AranburuAker - MOT6
102Piter CamperoISA - Hexacta6
103Remi CavagnaTeam Puma - SAP6
104Gonzalo SerranoGrieg-Maersk6
105Sebastian SchönbergerMoser - Sygic6
106Ryan MullenPolar6
107Andreas Odie Purnama SetiawaIndosat Ooredoo6
108Tushantha RajapakshageRakuten Pro Cycling6
109Kazushige KubokiRakuten Pro Cycling5
110Tobias LudvigssonGenerali4
111Ion IzagirrePolar4
112Murilo AffonsoISA - Hexacta4
113Coen VermeltfoorteBuddy4
114Max KanterEA Vesuvio4
115Szymon SajnokLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam4
116Sebastien IvarsTeam UBS2
117Patrick NaudEvonik - ELKO2
118Ronan Van ZandbeekVolvo acc. by Spotify2
119Rafael ReisKing Power1
120Tomoyuki IinoRakuten Pro Cycling1
121Yikui NiuTeam Puma - SAP1
122Aleksa CrnceviccycleYorkshire1
123Dealton Nur Arif PrayogoIndosat Ooredoo1



1Richard Antonio CarapazVolvo acc. by Spotify90
2Aleksandar RomanIsostar - Specialized62
3Winner AnaconaISA - Hexacta48
4Marcus Faglum KarlssonVolvo acc. by Spotify44
5Tom WirtgenEA Vesuvio42
6Ian BoswelleBuddy38
7Petr VakocISA - Hexacta34
8Kristaps BudenieksEvonik - ELKO32
9Denys KarnulinGazelle32
10Rein TaaramäeAker - MOT31
11Andrew TalanskyGenerali31
12Warren BarguilMoser - Sygic27
13Kamil MaleckiGazelle26
14Peter VelitsAegon - Peroni26
15Joey RosskopfGenerali26
16Sigurd NessetGrieg-Maersk25
17Tim KennaughcycleYorkshire24
18Egan BernalPolar24
19Rafel MajkaeBuddy24
20Mathieu van der PoelAegon - Peroni24
21Steven KruijswijkGazelle23
22Daniel TeklehaimanotKing Power22
23Teodoro CostagliRakuten Pro Cycling22
24Gregory BrenesIndosat Ooredoo18
25Mikel BizkarraIsostar - Specialized18
26Mikel IturriaGrieg-Maersk17
27Timofey KritskiyTeam Tinkoff - La Datcha16
28Tomoyuki IinoRakuten Pro Cycling12
29Sean McKennaMoser - Sygic12
30Artur GrigrianTeam UBS12
31Jack HaigBennelong - Mitchelton10
32Bakhtiyar KozhatayevIsostar - Specialized10
33Davide GabburoIsostar - Specialized10
34Simon SpilakGenerali8
35Andris VosekalnsEvonik - ELKO8
36Vegard Stake LaengenGrieg-Maersk8
37Riccardo ZoidlFestina - OAKA8
38Kaspars SergisEvonik - ELKO8
39Getachew SendekuISA - Hexacta8
40Ka Hoo FungKing Power8
41Charalampas KastrantasFestina - OAKA7
42Aidan Van NiekerkFestina - OAKA7
43Alessandro FedeliLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam7
44Rafael VallsAegon - Peroni6
45Jorge AbreuTeam UBS6
46Cyril BarthePolar6
47Jakub DanacikMoser - Sygic6
48Benoit CosnefroyGrieg-Maersk5
49Andreas Odie Purnama SetiawaIndosat Ooredoo5
50Szymon SajnokLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam5
51Alex KirschEA Vesuvio4
52Christian MagerTeam Puma - SAP4
53Benjamin DyballGenerali4
54Chris HarperBennelong - Mitchelton4
55Andrei SakalouEvonik - ELKO4
56Valerio ContieBuddy4
57Sven Erik BystromAir France - KLM4
58Matthew HolmescycleYorkshire4
59Cameron BaylyBennelong - Mitchelton3
60Lars BoomAegon - Peroni3
61Patrick NaudEvonik - ELKO3
62Ryan MullenPolar3
63William ChiarelloEvonik - ELKO2
64Felix GrossschartnerGrieg-Maersk2
65Jerome CoppelcycleYorkshire2
66Yuttana ManoKing Power2
67Piter CamperoISA - Hexacta1
68Tushantha RajapakshageRakuten Pro Cycling1
69Dealton Nur Arif PrayogoIndosat Ooredoo1
70Andrea VendrameVolvo acc. by Spotify1



1Kamil MaleckiGazelle91h56'27
2Egan BernalPolar+ 12'10
3Tom WirtgenEA Vesuvio+ 16'10
4Tao Geoghegan HartGazelle+ 23'32
5Kristaps BudenieksEvonik - ELKO+ 37'30
6Giovanni CarboniAegon - Peroni+ 39'28
7Takeaki AmezawaAker - MOT+ 39'33
8Aleksandar RomanIsostar - Specialized+ 43'13
9Martins BlumsEvonik - ELKO+ 46'40
10Neilson PowlessGazelle+ 49'38
11Pavel SivakovTeam Tinkoff - La Datcha+ 55'21
12Aleksa CrnceviccycleYorkshire+ 58'58
13Alex AranburuAker - MOT+ 1h01'56
14Mathieu van der PoelAegon - Peroni+ 1h21'26
15Jose FernandesGenerali+ 1h21'36
16Aidan Van NiekerkFestina - OAKA+ 1h22'26
17Benoit CosnefroyGrieg-Maersk+ 1h23'28
18Getachew SendekuISA - Hexacta+ 1h24'10
19Tobias FossAker - MOT+ 1h33'49
20Andres PaezAir France - KLM+ 1h35'37
21Cyril BarthePolar+ 1h35'58
22Keagan GirdlestoneEA Vesuvio+ 1h42'54
23Daniel MunozcycleYorkshire+ 1h53'16
24Valentin MadouasTeam Puma - SAP+ 2h02'00
25Ka Hoo FungKing Power+ 2h13'18
26Remi CavagnaTeam Puma - SAP+ 2h17'17
27Jaime CastrilloAker - MOT+ 2h17'42
28Yuttana ManoKing Power+ 2h19'33
29Artem NychPolar+ 2h25'51
30Hsuan Ping HsuKing Power+ 2h32'20
31Ivan Garcia CortinaPolar+ 2h48'27
32Ivo OliveiraGenerali+ 3h09'29
33Alessandro FedeliLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 3h15'02
34Bas Van der KooijeBuddy+ 3h15'36
35Andreas Odie Purnama SetiawaIndosat Ooredoo+ 3h38'35
36Gabriel CullaighcycleYorkshire+ 3h39'16
37Patrick GamperLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 3h50'12
38Jingbiao ZhaoRakuten Pro Cycling+ 3h58'10
39Max KanterEA Vesuvio+ 4h01'00
40Szymon SajnokLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 4h24'06
41Alessandro CoviLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 4h45'30
42Stan DewulfLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 5h58'37


2EA Vesuvio+ 16'04
3Aegon - Peroni+ 18'30
4Generali+ 19'08
5Evonik - ELKO+ 29'07
6Grieg-Maersk+ 32'48
7Aker - MOT+ 40'01
8Rakuten Pro Cycling+ 52'58
9Team Puma - SAP+ 54'05
10Team UBS+ 1h00'33
11Bennelong - Mitchelton+ 1h00'35
12Festina - OAKA+ 1h02'25
13Isostar - Specialized+ 1h08'52
14eBuddy+ 1h17'05
15Team Tinkoff - La Datcha+ 1h17'52
16ISA - Hexacta+ 1h27'00
17Polar+ 1h27'53
18cycleYorkshire+ 1h32'38
19Moser - Sygic+ 1h58'41
20King Power+ 2h26'41
21Air France - KLM+ 2h50'45
22Volvo acc. by Spotify+ 3h34'34
23Indosat Ooredoo+ 5h26'01
24Lierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 10h36'34

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