Paris-Nice: Stage 7 Belongs to Thomas De Gendt

Stage 7 – Thomas De Gendt takes third stage win for Vacansoleil-DCM in  the 2012 Paris-Nice as Wiggins holds on to lead ready for the battle on stage 8 in the Time Trial

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After a really strong stage in which De Gendt was on the attack for over 170 kilometres, the Belgium rider soloed to victory on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice. On the last and hardest climb of the day, De Gendt went away from his companion in the stage’s long break, Rein Taaramae.

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Like in 2011, De Gendt won a stage at Paris-Nice: “I like traditions and I choose my moments” he said afterwards. “Once we got away, I knew it was for the whole day. My first plan was to aim for the time trial on Sunday but the sport directors saw chances for today and once I saw it was the right break, I didn’t save myself for tomorrow.”

After 220k, De Gendt crossed the fine line on his own: “On the last climb, Taaramae didn’t work with me anymore while we agreed to keep riding. I got a little bit angry and after he attacked I few times I showed him how strong I am. Eventually I had to ride the last 50k alone and that hurts!”

“It wasn’t until the last kilometre I celebrated on this beautiful coast road to the finish.”

The 25-year old sees the Giro d’Italia as his first main goal of the season: “I want to be in perfect shape in May which means you have to take an easy season start in January and February. The team and I work hard to this goal in and outside the races. The fact that I can win here in a WorldTour race is great.”

Frederik Veuchelen has also secured the win the mountain classification for Vacansoleil-DCM. The Belgium just needs to complete the final time trial to take the Polka dot jersey home. Veuchelen succeeds Eddy Merckx as the last Belgium winner of the mountain classification in Paris-Nice: “It is an honor to succeed Eddy Merckx forty years after his win. I had a good winter and the condition is great. Most of the seasons I perform from February to October and it will be interesting to see if I can keep this level.”

On the final stage, Lieuwe Westra aims for the final win in Paris-Nice. The 29 year old time trial specialist is second in the GC six seconds behind Bradley Wiggins. The Dutch rider did the tt-course by car on Saturday evening and will ride it on Sunday morning: “It is a hard course which means the strongest will win. I am confident and look forward to tomorrow.”

Tom Simpson with Eddy Merckx in Paris-Nice. Simpson was the last Brit to win the race. Can Wiggins emulate him? We’ll find out tomorrow! PhotoSport International. uk usa asia.

Pressure on Wiggins?
So is the pressure on Bradley Wiggins to hold onto the yellow jersey which he has had for nearly all the race. “It’s now up to Brad to do the best he possibly can in the time trial on Sunday – may the best man win” says Team Sky Director Sportif Sean Yates

The win by De Gent on stage 7 was an ideal situation for Wiggins and Team Sky who had again been watchful throughout on the front. They had been reduced to seven men early on when Christian Knees, who had been battling a cold, abandoned the race but that didn’t stop them from controlling matters to protect Wiggins’ advantage.

Even in the closing kilometres the likes of Geraint Thomas and Richie Porte did big turns on the front to keep the pace high in an attempt to keep his rivals at bay.

One who had already been ruled out by that point was Leipheimer, in third at the start of the day, who was caught up in two crashes and then as he tried to chase back on in the final run to Nice he hit the deck for a third time to end his chances.

It all means the general classification going into the final 9.6km uphill time trial on the Col d’Eze sees Wiggins, who is attempting to become only the second Briton after Tommy Simpson to win Paris-Nice, with a six seconds lead over Lieuwe Westra. Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) is 18 seconds adrift in third and it’s then 37 seconds and more back to the rest.

Reflecting on another job well done, Sports Director Sean Yates said: “It was a tough day in the office early on for the boys as it took much longer for the break to go today and was hard work at the beginning.

Looking ahead to the final day, Riche Porte who can also Time Trial well added: “I’ll be going full gas on the time trial tomorrow because I want to see where I am after my illness and my fall earlier in the week, but it’s what Bradley does that everyone will be looking at and it would be an amazing achievement if he can wrap up the win.”

Crashfest — For top time trialist Levi Leipheimer, it was one of those days that cyclists suffer from time to time and for Levi, it came on stage 7 of a major race. “On the first crash, there was a corner with gravel and I dropped my vest into my front wheel because everybody reacted,” Levi Leipheimer said.”I was holding my vest but had to let go to brake and it went in the front wheel.”

“By the time I crashed I was going slow so it was not such a big deal. I hit my wrist, which is swollen but it was OK. I got on my spare bike, but I did the Col de Vence climb and wasn’t feeling as good on my bike. I wanted to get back on my other bike, back on the first bike. On the downhill, I was right there at the front with Bradley Wiggins and Alejandro Valverde. I was fine, I was paying attention, but someone from behind wasn’t and they hit me hard and broke my bike at the same time as Movistar attacked.”

“Stijn Vandenbergh and Kevin de Weert and Dries Devenyns and Tony Martin waited for me, but we were really close to the bunch. We arrived close to the group, but in the right corner there was a motorbike protecting someone from Lampre who crashed. We couldn’t avoid them. I think everyone passed except Dries and I couldn’t avoid it, and I crashed into him. It’s easy for me to say I could have done this or that tomorrow, but that’s part of the race. It was just bad luck.”

“First of all you have to look at the positives,” Sports Director Brian Holm said. “The third crash downhill at 15km, that was not fun. Going into something standing still you can really hurt yourself. I saw them hurt themselves badly, but don’t think anybody broke anything. My first thought was ‘shoot, arms and legs were broken.’ Levi, he is made of chocolate. You know, third time down, to get back on your bike, you have to be very strong. I am just glad no one broke their bones. The team waited for Levi. Everybody waited for the captain. he goes down, everyone goes down. That’s what they have to do. Sylvain was in the top nine so he did what he had to do. Stuff happens.”

Stage 7
1 Thomas De Gendt Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team 05:11:48
2 Rein Taaramäe Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne 06:18
3 John Degenkolb 1t4i 09:24
4 Gregory Henderson Lotto – Belisol Team @ same time
5 Thor Hushovd BMC Racing Team @ same time
6 Jose Joaquin Rojas Gil Movistar Team @ same time
7 Romain Feillu Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team @ same time
8 Simon Clarke GreenEdge Cycling Team @ same time
9 Xavier Florencio Katusha Team @ same time
10 Grega Bole Lampre – ISD @ same time
11 Jonathan Hivert Saur – Sojasun @ same time
12 Gaetan Bille Lotto – Belisol Team @ same time
13 Samuel Dumoulin Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne @ same time
14 Nicolas Roche Ag2R – La Mondiale @ same time
15 Sep Vanmarcke Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
16 Alexandre Pichot Europcar @ same time
17 Paolo Longho Borghini Liquigas – Cannondale @ same time
18 Francesco Gavazzi Astana Pro Team @ same time
19 Mikel Astarloza Euskaltel – Euskadi @ same time
20 Julien Simon Saur – Sojasun @ same time
21 Yukiya Arashiro Europcar @ same time
22 Luis Angel Mate Mardones Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne @ same time
23 Mickael Cherel Ag2R – La Mondiale @ same time
24 J̩r̩my Roy Equipe Cycliste FDJ РBigMat @ same time
25 Ricardo Garcia Ambroa Euskaltel – Euskadi @ same time
26 Anders Lund Team Saxo Bank @ same time
27 Carlos Barredo Llamazales Rabobank Cycling Team @ same time
28 Sylvain Chavanel Omega Pharma – Quickstep @ same time
29 Tejay Van Garderen BMC Racing Team @ same time
30 Maxime Monfort RadioShack – Nissan @ same time
31 Bradley Wiggins Sky Procycling @ same time
32 Tom Boonen Omega Pharma – Quickstep @ same time
33 C̩dric Pineau Equipe Cycliste FDJ РBigMat @ same time
34 Kanstantsin Siutsou Sky Procycling @ same time
35 Matthew Wilson GreenEdge Cycling Team @ same time
36 Eduard Vorganov Katusha Team @ same time
37 Richie Porte Sky Procycling @ same time
38 Luis Leon Sanchez Gil Rabobank Cycling Team @ same time
39 Anthony Geslin Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat @ same time
40 Brent Bookwalter BMC Racing Team @ same time
41 Amaël Moinard BMC Racing Team @ same time
42 Grischa Niermann Rabobank Cycling Team @ same time
43 Lieuwe Westra Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team @ same time
44 José Ivan Gutierrez Palacios Movistar Team @ same time
45 Alejandro Valverde Belmonte Movistar Team @ same time
46 Kevin Seeldraeyers Astana Pro Team @ same time
47 Simon Geschke 1t4i @ same time
48 Imanol Erviti Ollo Movistar Team @ same time
49 Janez Brajkovic Astana Pro Team @ same time
50 J̩rome Coppel Saur РSojasun @ same time
51 Robert Kiserlovski Astana Pro Team @ same time
52 Daniel Navarro Garcia Team Saxo Bank @ same time
53 Simon Gerrans GreenEdge Cycling Team @ same time
54 David Lelay Saur – Sojasun @ same time
55 Thomas Dekker Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
56 Damiano Cunego Lampre – ISD @ same time
57 Arnold Jeannesson Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat @ same time
58 Yannick Talabardon Saur – Sojasun @ same time
59 Tristan Valentin Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne @ same time
60 Romain Sicard Euskaltel – Euskadi @ same time
61 Giovanni Bernaudeau Europcar @ same time
62 Simon Spilak Katusha Team @ same time
63 Ángel Vicioso Arcos Katusha Team @ same time
64 Maxime Bouet Ag2R – La Mondiale @ same time
65 Daniele Pietropolli Lampre – ISD @ same time
66 Evgeni Petrov Astana Pro Team @ same time
67 Markel Irizar Aranburu RadioShack – Nissan @ same time
68 Christophe Le Mevel Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
69 David Arroyo Duran Movistar Team @ same time
70 Giampaolo Caruso Katusha Team @ same time
71 Matteo Bono Lampre – ISD @ same time
72 Sergey Lagutin Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team @ same time
73 Laurens Ten Dam Rabobank Cycling Team @ same time
74 Hubert Dupont Ag2R – La Mondiale @ same time
75 Leonardo Bertagnolli Lampre – ISD @ same time
76 Diego Ulissi Lampre – ISD @ same time
77 Vasil Kiryienka Movistar Team @ same time
78 Jens Voigt RadioShack – Nissan @ same time
79 Xabier Zandio Echaide Sky Procycling @ same time
80 Igor Anton Hernandez Euskaltel – Euskadi @ same time
81 Gianni Meersman Lotto – Belisol Team @ same time
82 Frederik Veuchelen Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team @ same time
83 Danilo Wyss BMC Racing Team @ same time
84 Javier Moreno Bazan Movistar Team @ same time
85 Bart De Clercq Lotto – Belisol Team @ same time
86 David Lopez Garcia Movistar Team @ same time
87 Eros Capecchi Liquigas – Cannondale @ same time
88 Michael Albasini GreenEdge Cycling Team @ same time
89 Sylvester Szmyd Liquigas – Cannondale @ same time
90 Mickael Buffaz Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne @ same time
91 Frank Schleck RadioShack – Nissan @ same time
92 Alexandre Geniez 1t4i @ same time
93 Rigoberto Uran Sky Procycling @ same time
94 Bjorn Leukemans Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team @ same time
95 Andr̩as Kl̦den RadioShack РNissan @ same time
96 Thomas Voeckler Europcar @ same time
97 Wesley Sulzberger GreenEdge Cycling Team @ same time
98 S̩bastien Minard Ag2R РLa Mondiale @ same time
99 Jan Ghyselinck Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne 09:41
100 Vincent Jerome Europcar @ same time
101 Geraint Thomas Sky Procycling 09:47
102 Maarten Wynants Rabobank Cycling Team 12:42
103 Jens Keukeleire GreenEdge Cycling Team @ same time
104 Michael Morkov Team Saxo Bank @ same time
105 Adrian Saez De Arregi Euskaltel – Euskadi @ same time
106 Koldo Fernández De Larrea Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
107 Heinrich Haussler Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
108 Koen De Kort 1t4i @ same time
109 Mark Renshaw Rabobank Cycling Team @ same time
110 Stijn Vandenbergh Omega Pharma – Quickstep @ same time
111 Jean-christophe Peraud Ag2R – La Mondiale @ same time
112 Anthony Ravard Ag2R – La Mondiale @ same time
113 Pierrick Fedrigo Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat @ same time
114 Alexander Kristoff Katusha Team @ same time
115 Danny Pate Sky Procycling @ same time
116 Dominik Nerz Liquigas – Cannondale @ same time
117 Davide Malacarne Europcar @ same time
118 Gorka Izagirre Insausti Euskaltel – Euskadi @ same time
119 Murilo Antonio Fischer Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
120 Daniele Righi Lampre – ISD @ same time
121 Andrey Kashechkin Astana Pro Team @ same time
122 Karsten Kroon Team Saxo Bank @ same time
123 Jaroslaw Marycz Team Saxo Bank @ same time
124 David Moncouti̩ Cofidis РLe Credit En Ligne @ same time
125 Kris Boeckmans Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team @ same time
126 Nikolas Maes Omega Pharma – Quickstep 16:50
127 Tony Martin Omega Pharma – Quickstep @ same time
128 Kevin De Weert Omega Pharma – Quickstep @ same time
129 Levi Leipheimer Omega Pharma – Quickstep @ same time
130 Pierre Cazaux Euskaltel – Euskadi @ same time
131 Matthew Lloyd Lampre – ISD @ same time
132 Elia Viviani Liquigas – Cannondale 20:26
133 Sébastien Chavanel Europcar @ same time
134 Yauheni Hutarovich Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat @ same time
135 Jacopo Guarnieri Astana Pro Team @ same time
136 Andreas Klier Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
137 Marcel Kittel 1t4i @ same time
138 Patrick Gretsch 1t4i @ same time
139 Jonas Aaen Jorgensen Team Saxo Bank @ same time
140 Kasper Larsen Klostergaard Team Saxo Bank @ same time
141 Damien Gaudin Europcar @ same time
142 Edward King Liquigas – Cannondale @ same time
143 Dennis Van Winden Rabobank Cycling Team @ same time
144 Tiziano Dall’antonia Liquigas – Cannondale @ same time
145 Martijn Maaskant Team Garmin – Barracuda @ same time
DNF Dries Devenyns Omega Pharma – Quickstep
DNF Christian Knees Sky Procycling
DNF Pello Bilbao Lopez De Armienta Euskaltel – Euskadi
DNF Denis Menchov Katusha Team
DNF Jeremie Galland Saur – Sojasun
DNF Roy Curvers 1t4i
DNS Jimmy Engoulvent Saur – Sojasun
DNS Lars Ytting Bak Lotto – Belisol Team
DNS Marcus Burghardt BMC Racing Team
DNS R̩my Di Gregorio Cofidis РLe Credit En Ligne
DNS Adam Leigh Howard GreenEdge Cycling Team

1 Bradley Wiggins Sky Procycling 27:53:04
2 Lieuwe Westra Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team 00:06
3 Alejandro Valverde Belmonte Movistar Team 00:18
4 Simon Spilak Katusha Team 00:37
5 Tejay Van Garderen BMC Racing Team 00:39
6 Maxime Monfort RadioShack – Nissan 00:46
7 Arnold Jeannesson Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat 01:06
8 Sylvain Chavanel Omega Pharma – Quickstep 01:16
9 Robert Kiserlovski Astana Pro Team 01:21
10 Ángel Vicioso Arcos Katusha Team 02:24
11 Jose Joaquin Rojas Gil Movistar Team 02:46
12 Luis Leon Sanchez Gil Rabobank Cycling Team 03:27
13 Rigoberto Uran Sky Procycling 03:34
14 Maxime Bouet Ag2R – La Mondiale @ same time
15 J̩rome Coppel Saur РSojasun 03:37
16 Damiano Cunego Lampre – ISD 03:42
17 Daniel Navarro Garcia Team Saxo Bank 04:20
18 J̩r̩my Roy Equipe Cycliste FDJ РBigMat 04:24
19 Francesco Gavazzi Astana Pro Team @ same time
20 Nicolas Roche Ag2R – La Mondiale 04:27
21 Evgeni Petrov Astana Pro Team 04:36
22 Brent Bookwalter BMC Racing Team 04:45
23 Daniele Pietropolli Lampre – ISD 04:47
24 Thomas Voeckler Europcar 04:51
25 Frank Schleck RadioShack – Nissan 05:05
26 Jens Voigt RadioShack – Nissan 05:06
27 Andr̩as Kl̦den RadioShack РNissan 05:13
28 Gianni Meersman Lotto – Belisol Team 05:14
29 Eros Capecchi Liquigas – Cannondale 05:25
30 Mickael Cherel Ag2R – La Mondiale 05:34
31 Thomas De Gendt Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team 06:07
32 Xavier Florencio Katusha Team @ same time
33 Alexandre Pichot Europcar 06:22
34 Giovanni Bernaudeau Europcar 06:25
35 Michael Albasini GreenEdge Cycling Team 06:43
36 Javier Moreno Bazan Movistar Team 07:11
37 David Lelay Saur – Sojasun 07:17
38 Davide Malacarne Europcar 07:27
39 Levi Leipheimer Omega Pharma – Quickstep 07:36
40 Romain Sicard Euskaltel – Euskadi 07:46
41 Julien Simon Saur – Sojasun 08:16
42 Mikel Astarloza Euskaltel – Euskadi 08:29
43 Laurens Ten Dam Rabobank Cycling Team 09:12
44 Bjorn Leukemans Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team 09:15
45 Yukiya Arashiro Europcar 09:22
46 Dominik Nerz Liquigas – Cannondale 09:38
47 Anthony Geslin Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat 10:17
48 Yannick Talabardon Saur – Sojasun 11:47
49 Anders Lund Team Saxo Bank 12:07
50 S̩bastien Minard Ag2R РLa Mondiale 12:19
51 Igor Anton Hernandez Euskaltel – Euskadi 12:46
52 Diego Ulissi Lampre – ISD 13:05
53 Amaël Moinard BMC Racing Team 13:08
54 Sylvester Szmyd Liquigas – Cannondale 13:19
55 Giampaolo Caruso Katusha Team 13:50
56 Eduard Vorganov Katusha Team 14:30
57 Janez Brajkovic Astana Pro Team 15:10
58 Sergey Lagutin Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team 15:38
59 Markel Irizar Aranburu RadioShack – Nissan 15:58
60 Koen De Kort 1t4i 16:39
61 Carlos Barredo Llamazales Rabobank Cycling Team 17:05
62 David Lopez Garcia Movistar Team 17:08
63 Hubert Dupont Ag2R – La Mondiale 17:13
64 Pierrick Fedrigo Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat 17:19
65 Tony Martin Omega Pharma – Quickstep 17:25
66 Kevin Seeldraeyers Astana Pro Team 18:54
67 Simon Geschke 1t4i 19:37
68 Gorka Izagirre Insausti Euskaltel – Euskadi 19:39
69 Frederik Veuchelen Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team 19:51
70 David Arroyo Duran Movistar Team 19:58
71 Richie Porte Sky Procycling 20:32
72 Jonathan Hivert Saur – Sojasun 20:38
73 Leonardo Bertagnolli Lampre – ISD 21:52
74 Paolo Longho Borghini Liquigas – Cannondale 22:17
75 Kevin De Weert Omega Pharma – Quickstep 22:52
76 Simon Gerrans GreenEdge Cycling Team 22:58
77 Grega Bole Lampre – ISD 23:46
78 Heinrich Haussler Team Garmin – Barracuda 23:55
79 Simon Clarke GreenEdge Cycling Team 24:06
80 Wesley Sulzberger GreenEdge Cycling Team 25:00
81 Kanstantsin Siutsou Sky Procycling 25:09
82 Alexandre Geniez 1t4i 25:19
83 Stijn Vandenbergh Omega Pharma – Quickstep 25:39
84 José Ivan Gutierrez Palacios Movistar Team 25:53
85 Imanol Erviti Ollo Movistar Team 27:37
86 Rein Taaramäe Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne 27:53
87 Vasil Kiryienka Movistar Team 28:36
88 Geraint Thomas Sky Procycling 29:20
89 Kris Boeckmans Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team 31:04
90 Thomas Dekker Team Garmin – Barracuda 31:06
91 Danilo Wyss BMC Racing Team 31:39
92 Tom Boonen Omega Pharma – Quickstep 31:43
93 Karsten Kroon Team Saxo Bank 32:29
94 Samuel Dumoulin Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne 33:44
95 Jean-christophe Peraud Ag2R – La Mondiale 34:45
96 John Degenkolb 1t4i 35:38
97 C̩dric Pineau Equipe Cycliste FDJ РBigMat 35:51
98 Anthony Ravard Ag2R – La Mondiale 36:25
99 Jens Keukeleire GreenEdge Cycling Team 37:19
100 Gregory Henderson Lotto – Belisol Team 37:57
101 Christophe Le Mevel Team Garmin – Barracuda 38:00
102 Xabier Zandio Echaide Sky Procycling 38:36
103 Tristan Valentin Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne 38:53
104 David Moncouti̩ Cofidis РLe Credit En Ligne 39:13
105 Murilo Antonio Fischer Team Garmin – Barracuda 39:23
106 Luis Angel Mate Mardones Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne 39:36
107 Gaetan Bille Lotto – Belisol Team 40:08
108 Koldo Fernández De Larrea Team Garmin – Barracuda 40:14
109 Sep Vanmarcke Team Garmin – Barracuda 40:33
110 Andreas Klier Team Garmin – Barracuda 40:41
111 Ricardo Garcia Ambroa Euskaltel – Euskadi 41:13
112 Mark Renshaw Rabobank Cycling Team 41:37
113 Alexander Kristoff Katusha Team 42:55
114 Daniele Righi Lampre – ISD 43:02
115 Nikolas Maes Omega Pharma – Quickstep 43:14
116 Bart De Clercq Lotto – Belisol Team 43:38
117 Romain Feillu Vacansoleil – DCM Pro Cycling Team 43:47
118 Jonas Aaen Jorgensen Team Saxo Bank 44:20
119 Grischa Niermann Rabobank Cycling Team 47:43
120 Thor Hushovd BMC Racing Team 47:48
121 Vincent Jerome Europcar 47:55
122 Yauheni Hutarovich Equipe Cycliste FDJ – BigMat 48:39
123 Elia Viviani Liquigas – Cannondale 49:47
124 Matteo Bono Lampre – ISD 49:58
125 Jacopo Guarnieri Astana Pro Team 50:51
126 Sébastien Chavanel Europcar 51:06
127 Mickael Buffaz Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne 51:34
128 Jan Ghyselinck Cofidis – Le Credit En Ligne 55:05
129 Matthew Wilson GreenEdge Cycling Team 55:15
130 Martijn Maaskant Team Garmin – Barracuda 56:42
131 Pierre Cazaux Euskaltel – Euskadi 57:15
132 Michael Morkov Team Saxo Bank 57:55
133 Adrian Saez De Arregi Euskaltel – Euskadi 59:37
134 Maarten Wynants Rabobank Cycling Team 59:44
135 Patrick Gretsch 1t4i 01:36
136 Dennis Van Winden Rabobank Cycling Team 01:44
137 Andrey Kashechkin Astana Pro Team 02:48
138 Damien Gaudin Europcar 02:55
139 Danny Pate Sky Procycling 03:10
140 Edward King Liquigas – Cannondale 04:22
141 Tiziano Dall’antonia Liquigas – Cannondale 04:37
142 Kasper Larsen Klostergaard Team Saxo Bank 06:08
143 Marcel Kittel 1t4i 06:13
144 Matthew Lloyd Lampre – ISD 17:34
145 Jaroslaw Marycz Team Saxo Bank 18:53

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