Report: Jon Locke wins the Tour of the Med

Endura Racing’s Jon Locke has won his second stage and the overall in the Tour of the Med. How awesome is that!

Jon, who his teammates at the Perfs Pedal today had said he had been in jaw dropping form when climbing during the Majorca training camp, went into the stage in third place. On the final climb on today’s shortened stage, he out paced the likes of Saxobanks Navarro and former Giro winner, Garzelli to win solo.

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Video (in French)

The race finished finished on the Col du Garde after a stage of just 87 kilometres. After a lone break (Le Bon) dominated the early stages, Tiernan-Lock attacked on the climb and quickly opened up a gap of 30 seconds in 500 metres and was never caught to take the biggest win of his career and of Endura Racing’s.

Interview with Jon post race
“Awesome” was how Jonathan Tiernan-Locke described the feeling of winning the race. He admits that he had been nervous but now the race is won, the significance of the victory will start to sink in.

Describing the stage, Jon explained how he and the team spent the first 80k. “We just rode at the front of the bunch for most of the time” he says. “It was a proper fight to stay there and stay away from the trouble behind. At times I got a bit swamped but there was always someone there from Endura Racing to find me and take me back to the front. I got to 7k to go which was the start of the final climb and I found myself third wheel so I just went.”

Asked if he was given any respect by the other teams after having led the race, Jon replied “not really. We’re a small team and so we had to fight.”

Stage win number 2 - Photos: Roberto Bettini | bettiniphoto.net

His teammates and managers have talked of his great form in the Majorcan training camp. Did Jon go into the race thinking he could win it? “I knew I had good legs from the training camp, from the training efforts up Soler and so on but I didn’t think I could win. Then again, I haven’t raced these household names in there before either….”

Jon explained that racing for Endura Racing this year is what he needed. “I could have spent my whole career racing Premiers in Britain and only win one or get tenth in the Halfords Tour Series. You have to have that opportunity and last year, John (Herety) gave me the opportunity to ride full time again but it (2012) has been a step up in terms of the programme with Endura Racing. To race events with hills and a quality field.”

“2011 was a big year for me. Before that, I wasn’t totally serious and I needed to train properly and so in 2011, I gave myself that kick up the ass and told myself to do it properly and I saw the results come and this year is a continuation from that.”

Starting off as he meant to go on… Jon wins stage 1. Lucky some said … well Jon showed them just how lucky his legs are by playing with his rivals at the end of the final stage. Photos: Roberto Bettini | bettiniphoto.net

Asked where the climbing form has come from, the answer was rather a surprise. “I spent a good chunk of time, one day short of a month, on the turbo trainer. It wasn’t ideal but you can’t just ride the thing so I thought how do I do this and concentrated on intensity. That helped give me all the top end I needed and I got plenty of rest too. Doing it that way just stopped me from going out and doing too many miles. I already had those in the bank so it was lots of rest. I learnt over the last few years that I would do too much and it was hurting my performances”.

For those who don’t know Jon, he isn’t a tall stocky rider but you’re typical climber. He explained how since taking the training seriously, he’s dropped to 62 kilos, the lightest he has ever been and lighter than in 2010 when he won a stage of the RAS weighing 70 kilos.

 Jon’s name now joins a long list of legends who have won the race; Roy Schuiten, Eddy Merckx, Gerrie Knetemann, Tony Rominger, Phil Anderson, Gianni Bugno, Franck Vandenbroucke, Laurent Jalabert, Davide Rebellin, Michele Bartoli, Paolo Bettini (a hero of Jons), Jens Voigt, Luis León Sánchez, and now Jonathan Tiernan-Locke (that was already on Wikipedia!).

When asked was it surreal having his name was among them, Jon said yes but added why not. If he hadn’t been given a chance, perhaps people would always doubt his ability to be good enough to win such a major race but added “I know what watts I can put out, what the benchmarks are for a world class is and so you just have to have that chance to race the event.”

Finally, a word about Endura Racing and Jon is full of praise for the team. “They have helped me lot. I would not have had the opportunity to do what I did today without them. Every time I was in a bad position, a weakness of mine, they would help me out. I always had a few of the guys around me at any one time to keep me out of the wind. They rode awesome today.”

Jon and the team now move on to the Haut Var two day, a race Jon won as an amateur.

Director Sportif Julian Winn:
Julian Winn was speechless after the race and as a former professional realised just how major a result it was.

“This is the biggest victory for the team without a shadow of a doubt when you look at the history of this race. We were looking at a list of former winners including real greats like Merckx and Hinault and now it has Jon Locke on there! It is an enormous achievement and all the lads raised their game again today for the good of Jon.”

“Jon showed tremendous character today. We had discussed what he needed to do but talking about it and doing it are two different things and what he did was incredible, I’m lost for words. We were very confident of doing well on Faron, and we were disappointed when Faron got pulled. Then we got some inside info from Stephen Roche who told us it (the final climb) was 3 or 4 k long and quite steep at the bottom.”

The final bouquet for Jon Locke at the Tour of the Med. Photos: Roberto Bettini | bettiniphoto.net

“We knew we had to get Jon to the bottom, and he just connected with the race and went. He tried and risked failing rather than not trying at all. He had superb legs and while the other guys were looking at it and thinking about it, he just took off and totally left them. Garzelli was chasing and couldn’t catch him and a list of names behind him that you read about all chasing.”

“They could not touch him. Jon played with them…”.

“What Jon has done today is create momentum and belief for all the other riders. Morale is 60 per cent of this game and if you have it, you can’t wait to get to the next race.”

Brian Smith – Endura Racing’s Team Manager

Endura Racing’s team manager Brian Smith, a former professional with top teams like Motorola, was not surprised by Jon’s win. “I commentated on a lot of Premiers and was present at the Tour of Britain so I knew what he had and the bigger and harder the race is, Jon seems to flourish. A lot of the British races were just below him. He is dragged out by the others around him and to finish the way he did today, is sheer class”.

“I thought today that maybe a few of them would finish together but he showed he really wanted it. The Endura Racing team as a whole rode well. Rene Madri was by his side the whole time and the thing about our team is that we had the strength in-depth to keep Jon out of the wind and look after him. It is a great win for Jon and the team but we have to remain focused as it’s a long season. It’s not just about the Tour of the Med.”

“Jon is also capable of doing well in Haut Var as well. My goal from the start of the year has been to hit the road running and that is why we had a good training camp where everyone gelled together and getting success early will take the pressure off the team and they can now focus on what they have to do.”

“The Endura Racing team is full of winners and when the team get a win like this, it doesn’t matter who it is, it brings confidence to everybody. I just want to give these guys the best opportunity.”

Brian was also pleased that there were no egos in the team and everyone was gelling together and riding for each other. An example of that was on stage 1, a bonus says Brian. “We have to thank the likes of Russell Downing for saying to Jon ‘why don’t you have a go’. Russell has definitely brought something to the team.”

The win for the team is a massive boost to the teams goal of going Continental Pro, something they tried to go for this year but with money tight, finding the sponsors is not easy. A high profile victory like this will help that cause and Brian is expecting from a team of winners, many more from his riders.

Michel Kreder
There were two double stage winners, Jon Locke and Michel Kreder. The latter said after losing the race to Locke, “The tactic was to get me to the foot of the climb with the leaders. That went well and and at the foot, we were all together. I was looked after by the team and had Daniel Martin and Christophe Le Mevel still with me to give me further help.”

“Tiernan-Locke went at the foot right away and nobody could stay with him. He clearly had the best legs. I finally finished in a group behind Navarro and Garzelli. I won two stages and I am very satisfied. I’m also happy with the points jersey and Young riders jersey. I have trained well and this is the fruits of that work. I hope to maintain this form in the Volta ao Algarve where hopefully we will have some better weather.”

STAGE RESULT

1 Jonathan Tiernan-locke Endura Racing 01:54:05
2 Daniel Navarro Garcia Team Saxo Bank 00:17
3 Stefano Garzelli Acqua & Sapone @ same time
4 Angel Ruiz Madrazo Movistar Team 00:22
5 Nicki Sørensen Team Saxo Bank 00:27
6 Laurent Mangel Saur – Sojasun @ same time
7 Julien El Fares Team Type 1 – SANOFI @ same time
8 Romain Hardy Bretagne Schuller @ same time
9 Thibaut Pinot Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat @ same time
10 Andrey Amador Bakkazakova Movistar Team @ same time
11 David Moncouti̩ Cofidis РLe Credit En Ligne @ same time
12 R̩mi Pauriol Equipe Cycliste FDJ РBigMat @ same time
13 Yoann Bagot Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne @ same time
14 Rinaldo Nocentini Ag2R – La Mondiale @ same time
15 Francesco Gavazzi Astana Pro Team @ same time
16 Nairo Alexander Quintana Rojas Movistar Team @ same time
17 Florian Guillou Bretagne Schuller @ same time
18 R̩my Di Gregorio Cofidis РLe Credit En Ligne @ same time
19 Fabrice Jeandesboz Saur – Sojasun @ same time
20 Stefan Denifl Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team @ same time
21 David Lopez Garcia Movistar Team @ same time
22 Michel Kreder Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
23 Maxime Mederel Saur – Sojasun @ same time
24 Simon Clarke GreenEdge Cycling Team @ same time
25 Egor Silin Astana Pro Team @ same time
26 Rafal Majka Team Saxo Bank @ same time
27 Pierre Rolland Europcar @ same time
28 Clément Koretzky La Pomme Marseille 00:36
29 Jussi Veikkanen Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat 00:39
30 J̩r̩my Roy Equipe Cycliste FDJ РBigMat @ same time
31 Sergey Renev Astana Pro Team @ same time
32 Rafael Valls Ferri Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team @ same time
33 Johan Le Bon Bretagne Schuller 00:44
34 Jesús Lopez Herrada Movistar Team 00:47
35 Francesco Ginanni Acqua & Sapone 00:50
36 Jean-christophe Peraud Ag2R – La Mondiale 00:55
37 Julien Antomarchi Team Type 1 – SANOFI 01:05
38 Guillaume Boivin Spidertech Powered By C10 01:07
39 Chris Anker Sorensen Team Saxo Bank @ same time
40 Vladimir Miholjevic Acqua & Sapone @ same time
41 Maxim Iglinskiy Astana Pro Team @ same time
42 Yohan Cauquil La Pomme Marseille @ same time
43 Ignatas Konovalovas Movistar Team @ same time
44 Wesley Sulzberger GreenEdge Cycling Team @ same time
45 Michael Albasini GreenEdge Cycling Team 01:16
46 Russell Downing Endura Racing 01:49
47 Romain Bardet Ag2R – La Mondiale @ same time
48 Sebastien Duret Bretagne Schuller 01:52
49 Grégoire Tarride La Pomme Marseille @ same time
50 Benjamin Gonzalez Noval Team Saxo Bank @ same time
51 David Tanner Team Saxo Bank @ same time
52 Massimo Codol Acqua & Sapone @ same time
53 Sébastien Turgot Europcar @ same time
54 Lucas Euser Spidertech Powered By C10 @ same time
55 Wouter Mol Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team @ same time
56 Mickael Buffaz Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne @ same time
57 Francisco José Ventoso Alberdi Movistar Team @ same time
58 Christophe Le Mevel Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
59 Daniel Martin Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
60 James Vanlandschoot Accent.jobs – Willems Veranda’s @ same time
61 Vincent Jerome Europcar @ same time
62 Tomasz Marczynski Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team @ same time
63 Leonardo Fabio Duque Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne @ same time
64 Alexandre Pichot Europcar 02:25
65 Kristof Goddaert Ag2R – La Mondiale 02:39
66 Staf Scheirlinckx Accent.jobs – Willems Veranda’s @ same time
67 Martin Mortensen Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team @ same time
68 Luke Roberts Team Saxo Bank @ same time
69 Pierre Luc Perichon La Pomme Marseille @ same time
70 Steven Caethoven Accent.jobs – Willems Veranda’s 02:53
71 Kevin Van Impe Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team @ same time
72 Kiel Reijnen Team Type 1 – SANOFI 03:02
73 Peter Stetina Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
74 Caleb Fairly Spidertech Powered By C10 @ same time
75 Thomas Peterson Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
76 Florent Barle Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne @ same time
77 Benjamin Giraud La Pomme Marseille @ same time
78 Thomas Vaubourzeix La Pomme Marseille @ same time
79 Martijn Verschoor Team Type 1 – SANOFI @ same time
80 Fabio Taborre Acqua & Sapone @ same time
81 Mathieu Delaroziere La Pomme Marseille @ same time
82 Arnaud Courteille Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat @ same time
83 Arnaud Labbe Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne @ same time
84 Mads Christensen Team Saxo Bank @ same time
85 Rony Martias Saur – Sojasun @ same time
86 Jonathan Patrick Mccarty Spidertech Powered By C10 @ same time
87 Paul Poux Saur – Sojasun 03:14
88 Travis Meyer GreenEdge Cycling Team @ same time
89 Tomas Vaitkus GreenEdge Cycling Team @ same time
90 Matthew Wilson GreenEdge Cycling Team @ same time
91 Jean-lou Paiani Saur – Sojasun @ same time
92 David Boily Spidertech Powered By C10 03:39
93 Florian Vachon Bretagne Schuller 04:16
94 Benoit Vaugrenard Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat 04:36
95 Enrique Sanz Unzue Movistar Team 05:02
96 Scott Thwaites Endura Racing 05:14
97 René Mandri Endura Racing @ same time
98 Rob Partridge Endura Racing @ same time
99 Alex Howes Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
100 Yauheni Hutarovich Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat @ same time
101 Valentin Iglinskiy Astana Pro Team @ same time
102 Assan Bazayev Astana Pro Team @ same time
103 Borut Bozic Astana Pro Team @ same time
104 Arnoud Van Groen Accent.jobs – Willems Veranda’s @ same time
105 Romain Lemarchand Ag2R – La Mondiale @ same time
106 Angelo Tulik Europcar @ same time
107 Thomas Voeckler Europcar @ same time
108 Jérôme Cousin Europcar @ same time
109 Eric Berthou Bretagne Schuller 06:47
110 Romain Feillu Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team 08:40
111 St̩phane Poulhies Saur РSojasun @ same time
112 Alexandre Blain Endura Racing @ same time
113 Romain Zingle Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne @ same time
114 Joey Rosskopf Team Type 1 – SANOFI 08:49
115 S̩bastien Hinault Ag2R РLa Mondiale 09:53
116 Sébastien Chavanel Europcar @ same time
117 Manuel Belletti Ag2R – La Mondiale @ same time
118 Raymond Kreder Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
119 Will Routley Spidertech Powered By C10 @ same time
120 Jens Keukeleire GreenEdge Cycling Team 10:57
121 Koldo Fernández De Larrea Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
122 Filippo Fortin Team Type 1 – SANOFI @ same time
123 Marcello Pavarin Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team @ same time
124 Jimmy Casper Ag2R – La Mondiale @ same time
DNF Ian Wilkinson Endura Racing
DNF Danilo Napolitano Acqua & Sapone
DNF Brett Lancaster GreenEdge Cycling Team
DNF Mathieu Halleguen Bretagne Schuller
DNF Guillaume Blot Bretagne Schuller
DNF Aldo Ino Ilesic Team Type 1 – SANOFI
DNF Etienne Tortelier Saur – Sojasun
DNF Andy Cappelle Accent.jobs – Willems Veranda’s
DNF Leif Hoste Accent.jobs – Willems Veranda’s
DNF Evert Verbist Accent.jobs – Willems Veranda’s
DNF Sjef De Wilde Accent.jobs – Willems Veranda’s
DNF Ian Bibby Endura Racing
DNF Jacopo Guarnieri Astana Pro Team
DNS Kenny Elissonde Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat
DNS Bjorn Selander Spidertech Powered By C10

Overall

1. Jonathan Tiernan-locke Endura Racing 10:48:42 
2. Michel Kreder Team Garmin – Barracuda 00:27
3. Daniel Navarro Garcia Team Saxo Bank 00:31
4. Stefano Garzelli Acqua & Sapone 00:33
5. Angel Ruiz Madrazo Movistar Team 00:42
6. Romain Hardy Bretagne Schuller 00:47
7. Francesco Gavazzi Astana Pro Team @ same time
8. Fabrice Jeandesboz Saur – Sojasun @ same time
9. Rinaldo Nocentini Ag2R – La Mondiale @ same time
10. Andrey Amador Bakkazakova Movistar Team @ same time
11. Julien El Fares Team Type 1 – SANOFI @ same time
12. Nicki Sørensen Team Saxo Bank @ same time
13. Yoann Bagot Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne @ same time
14. David Lopez Garcia Movistar Team @ same time
15. Pierre Rolland Europcar @ same time
16. Thibaut Pinot Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat @ same time
17. R̩mi Pauriol Equipe Cycliste FDJ РBigMat @ same time
18. David Moncouti̩ Cofidis РLe Credit En Ligne @ same time
19. Egor Silin Astana Pro Team @ same time
20. R̩my Di Gregorio Cofidis РLe Credit En Ligne @ same time
21. Simon Clarke GreenEdge Cycling Team @ same time
22. Nairo Alexander Quintana Rojas Movistar Team @ same time
23. Rafal Majka Team Saxo Bank @ same time
24. Stefan Denifl Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team @ same time
25. Maxime Mederel Saur – Sojasun @ same time
26. Clément Koretzky La Pomme Marseille 00:56
27. Rafael Valls Ferri Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team 00:59
28. Sergey Renev Astana Pro Team @ same time
29. Jussi Veikkanen Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat @ same time
30. J̩r̩my Roy Equipe Cycliste FDJ РBigMat @ same time
31. Johan Le Bon Bretagne Schuller 01:04
32. Jesús Lopez Herrada Movistar Team 00:07
33. Francesco Ginanni Acqua & Sapone 01:10
34. Jean-christophe Peraud Ag2R – La Mondiale 01:15
35. Guillaume Boivin Spidertech Powered By C10 01:21
36. Maxim Iglinskiy Astana Pro Team 01:27 15 –
37. Wesley Sulzberger GreenEdge Cycling Team @ same time
38. Ignatas Konovalovas Movistar Team 00:27
39. Vladimir Miholjevic Acqua & Sapone 01:27
40. Chris Anker Sorensen Team Saxo Bank @ same time
41. Yohan Cauquil La Pomme Marseille 01:53
42. Russell Downing Endura Racing 02:09 
43. Romain Bardet Ag2R – La Mondiale @ same time
44. Francisco José Ventoso Alberdi Movistar Team 02:12
45. Leonardo Fabio Duque Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne @ same time
46. David Tanner Team Saxo Bank @ same time
47. Sébastien Turgot Europcar @ same time
48. Christophe Le Mevel Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
49. Benjamin Gonzalez Noval Team Saxo Bank @ same time
50. Lucas Euser Spidertech Powered By C10 @ same time
51. Daniel Martin Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time 
52. James Vanlandschoot Accent.jobs – Willems Veranda’s @ same time – –
53. Wouter Mol Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team @ same time – –
54. Sebastien Duret Bretagne Schuller @ same time – –
55. Vincent Jerome Europcar @ same time – –
56. Mickael Buffaz Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne @ same time – –
57. Grégoire Tarride La Pomme Marseille @ same time – –
58. Alexandre Pichot Europcar 02:45 – –
59. Luke Roberts Team Saxo Bank 02:59 – –
60. Pierre Luc Perichon La Pomme Marseille @ same time – –
61. Staf Scheirlinckx Accent.jobs – Willems Veranda’s @ same time – –
62. Benjamin Giraud La Pomme Marseille 03:22 – –
63. Rony Martias Saur – Sojasun @ same time – –
64. Florent Barle Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne @ same time – –
65. Fabio Taborre Acqua & Sapone @ same time – –
66. Arnaud Labbe Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne @ same time – –
67. Caleb Fairly Spidertech Powered By C10 @ same time – –
68. Martijn Verschoor Team Type 1 – SANOFI @ same time – –
69. Thomas Peterson Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time – –
70. Jonathan Patrick Mccarty Spidertech Powered By C10 @ same time – –
71. Peter Stetina Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time – –
72. Mads Christensen Team Saxo Bank @ same time – –
73. Kiel Reijnen Team Type 1 – SANOFI @ same time – –
74. Tomas Vaitkus GreenEdge Cycling Team 03:34 – –
75. Jean-lou Paiani Saur – Sojasun @ same time – –
76. Martin Mortensen Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team 03:52 – –
77. Kristof Goddaert Ag2R – La Mondiale 03:53 – –
78. Kevin Van Impe Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team 04:06 – –
79. Travis Meyer GreenEdge Cycling Team 04:09 – –
80. Benoit Vaugrenard Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat 04:56 – –
81. Mathieu Delaroziere La Pomme Marseille 05:18 – –
82. Enrique Sanz Unzue Movistar Team 05:22 – –
83. Yauheni Hutarovich Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat 05:24 – –
84. Arnoud Van Groen Accent.jobs – Willems Veranda’s 05:34 – –
85. René Mandri Endura Racing @ same time – –
86. Valentin Iglinskiy Astana Pro Team @ same time – –
87. Romain Lemarchand Ag2R – La Mondiale @ same time – –
88. Scott Thwaites Endura Racing @ same time – –
89. Rob Partridge Endura Racing @ same time – –
90. Assan Bazayev Astana Pro Team @ same time – –
91. Laurent Mangel Saur – Sojasun 05:54 – –
92. Julien Antomarchi Team Type 1 – SANOFI 06:02 – –
93. Massimo Codol Acqua & Sapone 06:03 – –
94. Angelo Tulik Europcar 06:21 – –
95. Borut Bozic Astana Pro Team 06:28 – –
96. Florian Vachon Bretagne Schuller 06:32 – –
97. Eric Berthou Bretagne Schuller 07:07 – –
98. Tomasz Marczynski Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team 07:19 – –
99. Alex Howes Team Garmin – Barracuda 07:30 – –
100. Jérôme Cousin Europcar @ same time – –
101. Thomas Voeckler Europcar @ same time – –
102. Michael Albasini GreenEdge Cycling Team 07:33 – –
103. Arnaud Courteille Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat 08:17 – –
104. Florian Guillou Bretagne Schuller 08:41 – –
105. Paul Poux Saur – Sojasun @ same time – –
106. Matthew Wilson GreenEdge Cycling Team @ same time – –
107. Stéphane Poulhies Saur – Sojasun 09:00 – –
108. Alexandre Blain Endura Racing @ same time – –
109. Romain Feillu Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team @ same time – –
110. Romain Zingle Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne @ same time – –
111. Sébastien Chavanel Europcar 00:09 – –
112. Raymond Kreder Team Garmin – Barracuda 10:13 – –
113. Sébastien Hinault Ag2R – La Mondiale @ same time – –
114. Koldo Fernández De Larrea Team Garmin – Barracuda 11:17 – –
115. Jens Keukeleire GreenEdge Cycling Team @ same time – –
116. Marcello Pavarin Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team 12:10 – –
117. Steven Caethoven Accent.jobs – Willems Veranda’s 12:11 – –
118. Thomas Vaubourzeix La Pomme Marseille 12:14 – –
119. Filippo Fortin Team Type 1 – SANOFI 12:39 – –
120. Jimmy Casper Ag2R – La Mondiale 15:08 – –
121. David Boily Spidertech Powered By C10 16:02 – –
122. Joey Rosskopf Team Type 1 – SANOFI 17:44 – –
123. Will Routley Spidertech Powered By C10 @ same time – –
124. Manuel Belletti Ag2R – La Mondiale 18:59 – –

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