Two in a row for Boonen, who blasts to third Gent-Wevelgem win
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Sunday, March 25, 2012

Two in a row for Boonen, who blasts to third Gent-Wevelgem win

by Kyle Moore at 11:14 AM EST   comments
Categories: Pro Cycling, Spring Classics, Race Reports and Results
Sagan second, Freire frustrated again, Cavendish caught behind split

Tom BoonenAfter taking the E3 Prijs Harelbeke on Friday, Tom Boonen made it two in a row in two different ways on Sunday. The Omega Pharma-Quick Step rider took his second win in three days as he sprinted to victory in Gent-Wevelgem, also his second win in as many years in the Belgian Classic. The win marked Boonen’s third career Gent-Wevelgem title, after also winning in 2004.

Boonen held off Peter Sagan (Liquigas-Cannondale) and Matti Breschel (Rabobank) on the line, as the Slovak and the Dane finished second and third respectively. It was a chaotic sprint that mirrored the occasional chaos of the race, as crosswinds ripped up the peloton and spread groups all over the road.

In the sprint between the lead group of about thirty, Jose Joaquin Rojas (Movistar) collided with Matteo Tossato (Saxo Bank), which held up several riders. Matt Goss (GreenEdge) and Edvald Boasson Hagen (Sky Procycling) expressed their displeasure at this, as well as at the sprinting of Marco Marcato (Vacansoleil-DCM), with Boasson Hagen even taking a swing at Marcato as the sprint kicked up.

But after masterfully guiding his team through the final kilometers – Omega Pharma-Quick Step used several riders in the final twenty kilometers to ensure that a second group containing Mark Cavendish (Sky Procycling) stayed behind – Boonen rewarded the work of his red-hot team.

He emerged from the bunch sprint with perfect timing and produced a turn of speed that distanced Oscar Freire (Katusha) and wouldn’t allow Sagan or Breschel around. Freire was fourth and the uncharacteristically animated Boasson Hagen came across fifth.

“This was fun. I’ve been working for this for a long time,” Boonen told Sporza at the finish. “I was not as fresh as Friday but I timed it well. If my condition is good I don’t need to be afraid of anybody.

“Just because I have won the E3 and Gent-Wevelgem doesn’t mean I’m the favourite for the Ronde [Van Vlaanderen]. Fabian Cancellara is racing very strong.”

Sagan was happy with his race, and conceded that the Belgian was stronger. “I felt that today was the day to get a good result, and I tried in every way to get the best one,” he said. “Daniel Oss set me up beautifully on the final straight and I didn’t make a wrong move. Boonen was simply superior. I congratulate him. For me, it was another important experience for the future.”

Nine get away before GreenEdge goes on the offensive:

A courageous breakaway of nine riders led the way for much of day’s 234 kilometers. A group of seven got away just ten kilometers into the race, but two more took up the chase. Fifteen kilometers later they had attached, establishing Jon Izaguirre (Euskaltel-Euskadi), Vladimir Isaychev (Katusha), Anders Lund (Saxo Bank), Stijn Neirynck (Topsport-Vlaanderen), Koen Barbé (Landbouwkrediet-Euphony), Kevin Van Melsen (Accent Jobs-Willams Veranda’s), Thomas Bertolini (Farnese Vini), Yuriy Krivtsov (Lampre-ISD), and Julien Fouchard (Cofidis) as the day’s primary protagonists.

Their lead would get as big as nine minutes as the peloton was content to allow them some room into the first climb of the day, the Casselberg at 137 kilometers. As perhaps a foreshadowing of the fireworks to come, Pim Ligthart (Vacansoleil-DCM) flatted and faced a harrowing chase back to the bunch, as specatators were already sprinkled throughout the streets.

With GreenEdge taking most of the work at the front of the peloton, and with Sky Procycling and Cavendish never far away, Neirynck appeared to be the strongest in the breakaway. The Topsport-Vlaanderen rider led the escape over many of the early climbs, including the second ascent of the Casselberg.

With 85 kilometers to go, GreenEdge had reduced the gap to six minutes, and swinging around a left hand bend, the Australian team hit the gas with ferocity. With Stuart O’Grady as the brains and Thomas Vaitkus the brawn, the team drove a pace that split the peloton to pieces in a crosswind. Riders scrambled in single-file behind, sensing the danger. Soon, groups had consolidated all over the long, straight road, with Freire being the most notable rider caught behind.

Luca Paolini (Katusha) crashed out of the lead group and faced an extended wait for a new bike from his team car held up behind. The vigilant teams included Sky, who had Cavendish near the front, as well as Garmin-Barracuda and Rabobank. By the time Freire’s group made it back to the peloton, the gap to the breakaway was down to five minutes.

The field was now divided into the breakaway and two distinct chasing groups – the first being driven by GreenEdge and the second by Dominique Rollin (FDJ-BigMat), who rode in support of Arnold Demare. The still-struggling Philippe Gilbert (BMC Racing) was also in the second group, and save for a short feed zone attack a while later, would play no role in the race’s outcome.

The Bergs take their toll but the favourites remain patient:

Heading up the Catsberg with 75 kilometers to race, GreenEdge eased off the gas, and the second group was able to bridge across thanks to work by Rollin, as well as Euskaltel-Euskadi and Accent Jobs-Willems Veranda’s. The course traversed the climbs of Le Vert Mont and the Vidaigneberg as Vaitkus continued to drive the pace of the peloton and the gap to the break shrank to four and a half minutes.

Garmin-Barracuda and Astana had a presence at the front as the group hit the first ascent of the Baneberg, with 63 kilometers to go. Neirynck again did damage to the breakaway, and as the peloton came through splits appeared on the short but very steep grade. A regrouping was assured at the top, as riders soon hit the feed zone, but perhaps sensing a lull, Gilbert hit out with an Astana rider in tow.

Almost seeming unsure of what to do, given Gilbert’s lack of form but well-earned reputation, Omega Pharma-Quick Step soon had the Walloon reeled in. As the peloton grabbed some lunch, Sky, BMC Racing, and GreenEdge kept the break in check, and the gap moved toward three minutes.

The first of two ascents of the Kemmelberg hit with 55 kilometers to race, and Breschel tested his legs out of the bunch as Thor Hushovd (BMC Racing) made a quick appearance near the front as well. The original nine-man breakaway began to wear down on the steep slopes of the Kemmelberg, so only Lund and Izaguirre powered away.

Both breakaway and peloton took the winding, narrow descent off the climb safely. At 50 kilometers to go, the bunch hit the Schomminkelstraat. Lund gritted his teeth up the climb and Izaguirre hung in, and as the Spaniard came through to do a turn on the front at the top of the climb, it became clear that an impressively strong duo would work together on the front and not be brought back easily.

Lund and Izaguirre gapped the rest of their breakaway mates, building a half-minute lead as the split to the peloton dropped below three minutes. Up the Baneberg for a second time, the pace in the main bunch remained reasonable, to the point where logjams wreaked havoc in the back of the group, as bottlenecks sent riders into ditches and off the back with dropped chains.

A brave duo soldiers on as Fabi breaks things up:

Lund and Izaguirre took advantage of the lull and pulled out some more time. Surprisingly, the chaotic day lacked in big crashes, but one of the major ones took out Juan Jose Oroz (Euskaltel-Euskadi), as well as riders from Landbouwkrediet-Euphony, Liguigas-Cannondale, Lotto-Belisol, and Vacansoleil-DCM. With 40 kilometers left, the bunch readied themselves again for the Kemmelberg.

Up front, Lund began to suffer as Izaguirre pushed the pace. When the peloton came through minutes later, the pace was high but no one gave anything away, as sprinters and Classics stars cycled through, most appearing in good shape. Changes in the course were supposed to make it more difficult in the run in to the finish, but it became clear that another edition of Gent-Wevelgem would be decided in the race’s final flat 35 kilometers.

But at the top of the final climb, the inevitable challenge came from Fabian Cancellara (Radioshack-Nissan). Using an attack by BMC Racing’s Greg Van Avermaet as a springboard, Cancellara moved away quickly, with only Sagan in his wheel. Unsure of their next move, the peloton let them go, but as the remnants of the breakway were swept up, they showed no such indecisiveness. The exhausted bunch of five attached to Cancellara and Sagan, and the Swiss rider was soon asking Isaychev and Barbé for turns on the front.

While Cancellara’s move would prove fruitless, it sprung the biggest development of the race. As Omega Pharma-Quick Step hit the gas again to reel in the Swiss rider, it left Cavendish and two Sky lieutenants behind. Be it inattentiveness or fatigue from his team-mates, Cavendish was quickly isolated, and despite looking fit and trim, the Manxman faced a difficult chase back into a group that was determined to keep him behind.

The initial chase soon brought back Cancellara, Sagan, and their weary band of five followers, and this group of roughly 25 went to work straightaway to stay ahead of the Cavendish group, which now had Ian Stannard and Mathew Hayman leading it. With 25 kilometers to go, the duo of Lund and Izaguirre still had a minute on the Cancellara/Bonnen group, as it held off Cavendish with a 30-second gap.

Desperation and frustration as sprinters get left behind:

The sprinters caught in the Cavendish group behind soon became desperate. André Greipel (Lotto-Belisol) and John Degenkolb (Project 1t4i) took turns on the front, with Degenkolb making a brief escape, to try and bring the first group back. But they faced a deficit in workers, as the Boonen group had riders from four teams willing to work to keep Cavendish and Greipel behind.

At 18 kilometers to race, the work of the first chase group to stay away from the second had nearly brought Lund and Izaguirre completely back. Boonen chatted with Freire, imploring his Katusha team to keep on the pressure. Paolini, who was strong all day after his crash, took repeated turns with Omega Pharma-Quick Step’s Gerald Ciolek. Two kilometers later, after spending more than 200 kilometers off the front, Lund and Izaguirre shook hands and gave in to their fate.

Meanwhile, the Cavendish group was now 45 seconds behind, and it became clear that the race would come down to a sprint from a 30-man group, of which the Manx Missile would not be a part. Omega Pharma-Quick Step was now shedding workers, as Dries Devenyns and then Ciolek dropped back.

Now more than a minute back, Cavendish briefly hit out alone in a final bid to catch up, but he lost momentum as Movistar brought him back and the frustration bubbled for the British sprinter. Thanks to a kindly pull from his team car, Daniele Bennati (Radioshack-Nissan) came back to the main group after a flat. Initially a member of the breakaway, Isaychev gave his team-mate Freire one more pull at the front.

With seven kilometers left, Christian Knees (Sky Procycling) hit out in a bid to upset the apple cart and set up Boasson Hagen. He couldn’t get away, and the pace fell off a bit as Boonen’s remaining team-mates lined up for the finish. Katusha and GreenEdge continued to cycle through at the front, as Matt Goss awaited behind.

In the closing kilometer, Pozzato was present with a team-mate, but the finale seemed set up for a pure sprinter. Daniel Oss (Liquigas-Cannondale) fought for Freire’s wheel to try and set up Sagan. Vav Avermaet, BMC’s only representative, chased down a late acceleration by a Cofidis rider with Pozzato on his wheel.

But it was Boonen who timed it perfectly as the line approached. Rojas swung wildly from line to line and eventually contacted Tossato, and both went tumbling. Van Avermaet was trapped and came down on top of Tossato. Boasson Hagen and Goss were both frustrated with perceived injustices in the messy sprint, but Boonen came through cleanly.

The in-form Belgian sprinted clear of Sagan and the re-emerging Breschel to take his third Gent-Wevelgem title.


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Gent-Wevelgem, Belgium (WorldTour) Results (235km)

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Country Result Name Team Time
bel BEL 1 Tom Boonen (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) 05:32:44
svk SVK 2 Peter Sagan (Liquigas - Cannondale) s.t.
den DEN 3 Matti Breschel (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
esp ESP 4 Oscar Gomez Freire (Katusha Team) s.t.
nor NOR 5 Edvald Boasson Hagen (Sky Procycling) s.t.
ita ITA 6 Daniele Bennati (RadioShack - Nissan) s.t.
ita ITA 7 Marco Marcato (Vacansoleil - DCM Pro Cycling Team) s.t.
fra FRA 8 Steve Chainel (Equipe Cycliste FDJ - BigMat) s.t.
ita ITA 9 Filippo Pozzato (Farnese Vini - Selle Italia) s.t.
ita ITA 10 Giovanni Visconti (Movistar Team) s.t.
bel BEL 11 Johan Vansummeren (Team Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
aus AUS 12 Matthew Goss (GreenEdge Cycling Team) s.t.
sui SUI 13 Fabian Cancellara (RadioShack - Nissan) s.t.
ger GER 14 Christian Knees (Sky Procycling) 00:00:03
esp ESP 15 Jon Izagirre Insausti (Euskaltel - Euskadi) 00:00:04
ita ITA 16 Daniel Oss (Liquigas - Cannondale) s.t.
den DEN 17 Anders Lund (Team Saxo Bank) s.t.
bel BEL 18 Maarten Wynants (Rabobank Cycling Team) 00:00:06
rus RUS 19 Vladimir Isaychev (Katusha Team) s.t.
ita ITA 20 Oscar Gatto (Farnese Vini - Selle Italia) 00:00:08
bel BEL 21 Koen Barbe (Landbouwkrediet - Euphony) s.t.
ita ITA 22 Alessandro Ballan (BMC Racing Team) 00:00:15
fra FRA 23 Julien Fouchard (Cofidis - Le Credit En Ligne) 00:00:21
ita ITA 24 Luca Paolini (Katusha Team) s.t.
bel BEL 25 Gert Steegmans (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
ned NED 26 Sebastian Langeveld (GreenEdge Cycling Team) 00:00:32
bel BEL 27 Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing Team) 00:00:36
ger GER 28 Gerald Ciolek (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) 00:01:27
bel BEL 29 Stijn Neirynck (Topsport Vlaanderen - Mercator) s.t.
ita ITA 30 Matteo Tosatto (Team Saxo Bank) 00:02:22
ger GER 31 Andre Greipel (Lotto - Belisol Team) 00:02:27
den DEN 32 Jonas Aaen Jorgensen (Team Saxo Bank) s.t.
sui SUI 33 Michael Schar (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
fra FRA 34 Adrien Petit (Cofidis - Le Credit En Ligne) s.t.
ned NED 35 Karsten Kroon (Team Saxo Bank) 00:02:31
esp ESP 36 Egoitz García Etxegibel (Cofidis - Le Credit En Ligne) s.t.
bel BEL 37 Kristof Goddaert (Ag2R - La Mondiale) 00:02:33
esp ESP 38 Francisco José Ventoso Alberdi (Movistar Team) s.t.
bel BEL 39 Philippe Gilbert (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
bel BEL 40 Kevin Van Melsen ( – Willems Veranda’s) s.t.
bel BEL 41 Maxime Vantomme (Katusha Team) s.t.
esp ESP 42 Imanol Erviti Ollo (Movistar Team) s.t.
bel BEL 43 Pieter Vanspeybrouck (Topsport Vlaanderen - Mercator) s.t.
ita ITA 44 Mirko Selvaggi (Vacansoleil - DCM Pro Cycling Team) s.t.
kaz KAZ 45 Maxim Iglinskiy (Astana Pro Team) s.t.
esp ESP 46 Xavier Florencio (Katusha Team) s.t.
esp ESP 47 Pablo Lastras Garcia (Movistar Team) s.t.
nor NOR 48 Thor Hushovd (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
fra FRA 49 Lloyd Mondory (Ag2R - La Mondiale) s.t.
fra FRA 50 Anthony Geslin (Equipe Cycliste FDJ - BigMat) s.t.
usa USA 51 George Hincapie (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
ita ITA 52 Jacopo Guarnieri (Astana Pro Team) s.t.
sui SUI 53 Gregory Rast (RadioShack - Nissan) s.t.
ger GER 54 Paul Martens (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
usa USA 55 Tyler Farrar (Team Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
pol POL 56 Jaroslaw Marycz (Team Saxo Bank) s.t.
ger GER 57 John Degenkolb (1t4i) s.t.
gbr GBR 58 Mark Cavendish (Sky Procycling) s.t.
col COL 59 Leonardo Fabio Duque (Cofidis - Le Credit En Ligne) s.t.
bel BEL 60 Jens Keukeleire (GreenEdge Cycling Team) s.t.
bel BEL 61 Dries Devenyns (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
bel BEL 62 Nikolas Maes (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
bel BEL 63 Kevin Hulsmans (Farnese Vini - Selle Italia) s.t.
ita ITA 64 Matteo Trentin (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
ned NED 65 Tom Leezer (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
ned NED 66 Bram Tankink (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
fra FRA 67 Tony Gallopin (RadioShack - Nissan) s.t.
aus AUS 68 Mathew Hayman (Sky Procycling) s.t.
esp ESP 69 Jose Joaquin Rojas Gil (Movistar Team) s.t.
gbr GBR 70 Ian Stannard (Sky Procycling) s.t.
bel BEL 71 Kris Boeckmans (Vacansoleil - DCM Pro Cycling Team) 00:07:08
jpn JPN 72 Yukiya Arashiro (Europcar) s.t.
fra FRA 73 David Boucher (Equipe Cycliste FDJ - BigMat) s.t.
tun TUN 74 Rafaa Chtioui (Europcar) 00:10:01
ger GER 75 Danilo Hondo (Lampre - ISD) s.t.
fra FRA 76 Geoffrey Soupe (Equipe Cycliste FDJ - BigMat) s.t.
ita ITA 77 Davide Vigano (Lampre - ISD) s.t.
ned NED 78 Pim Ligthart (Vacansoleil - DCM Pro Cycling Team) s.t.
bel BEL 79 Tom Van Asbroeck (Topsport Vlaanderen - Mercator) s.t.
ita ITA 80 Luca Mazzanti (Farnese Vini - Selle Italia) s.t.
ned NED 81 Reinier Honig (Landbouwkrediet - Euphony) s.t.
esp ESP 82 Ruben Perez Moreno (Euskaltel - Euskadi) s.t.
bel BEL 83 Eliot Lietaer (Topsport Vlaanderen - Mercator) s.t.
esp ESP 84 Juan José Oroz Ugalde (Euskaltel - Euskadi) s.t.
bel BEL 85 Sven Vandousselaere (Topsport Vlaanderen - Mercator) s.t.
ita ITA 86 Luca Ascani (Farnese Vini - Selle Italia) s.t.
usa USA 87 Edward King (Liquigas - Cannondale) s.t.
ita ITA 88 Mauro Da Dalto (Liquigas - Cannondale) s.t.
esp ESP 89 Gorka Izagirre Insausti (Euskaltel - Euskadi) s.t.
slo SLO 90 Kristjan Koren (Liquigas - Cannondale) s.t.
ger GER 91 Marcel Sieberg (Lotto - Belisol Team) s.t.
ger GER 92 Marcus Burghardt (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
bel BEL 93 Laurens De Vreese (Topsport Vlaanderen - Mercator) s.t.
usa USA 94 Taylor Phinney (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
bel BEL 95 Tosh Van Der Sande (Lotto - Belisol Team) s.t.
swe SWE 96 Gustav Erik Larsson (Vacansoleil - DCM Pro Cycling Team) s.t.
ita ITA 97 Tiziano Dall'antonia (Liquigas - Cannondale) s.t.
pol POL 98 Maciej Bodnar (Liquigas - Cannondale) s.t.
ita ITA 99 Thomas Bertolini (Farnese Vini - Selle Italia) s.t.
ita ITA 100 Pier Paolo De Negri (Farnese Vini - Selle Italia) s.t.
ita ITA 101 Elia Favilli (Farnese Vini - Selle Italia) s.t.
bel BEL 102 Steven Caethoven ( – Willems Veranda’s) s.t.
ita ITA 103 Davide Cimolai (Lampre - ISD) s.t.
ita ITA 104 Alan Marangoni (Liquigas - Cannondale) s.t.
ned NED 105 Stefan Van Dijk ( – Willems Veranda’s) s.t.
bel BEL 106 Evert Verbist ( – Willems Veranda’s) s.t.
ned NED 107 Lars Boom (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
nzl NZL 108 Gregory Henderson (Lotto - Belisol Team) s.t.
ned NED 109 Bert-jan Lindeman (Vacansoleil - DCM Pro Cycling Team) s.t.
ned NED 110 Lieuwe Westra (Vacansoleil - DCM Pro Cycling Team) s.t.
nzl NZL 111 Jack Bauer (Team Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
blr BLR 112 Aleksandr Kuschynski (Katusha Team) s.t.
kaz KAZ 113 Assan Bazayev (Astana Pro Team) s.t.
ita ITA 114 Marcello Pavarin (Vacansoleil - DCM Pro Cycling Team) s.t.
lat LAT 115 Aleksejs Saramotins (Cofidis - Le Credit En Ligne) s.t.
blr BLR 116 Yauheni Hutarovich (Equipe Cycliste FDJ - BigMat) s.t.
fra FRA 117 Saïd Haddou (Europcar) s.t.
fra FRA 118 Sébastien Chavanel (Europcar) s.t.
fra FRA 119 Thomas Voeckler (Europcar) s.t.
fra FRA 120 Yohann Gene (Europcar) s.t.
bel BEL 121 Bert De Backer (1t4i) s.t.
ned NED 122 Maarten Tjallingii (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
aus AUS 123 Mark Renshaw (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
ukr UKR 124 Yaroslav Popovych (RadioShack - Nissan) s.t.
aus AUS 125 Stuart O' Grady (GreenEdge Cycling Team) s.t.
rsa RSA 126 Robert Hunter (Team Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
fra FRA 127 Anthony Ravard (Ag2R - La Mondiale) s.t.
bel BEL 128 Kevyn Ista ( – Willems Veranda’s) s.t.
aut AUT 129 Bernhard Eisel (Sky Procycling) s.t.
gbr GBR 130 Jeremy Hunt (Sky Procycling) s.t.
aus AUS 131 Christopher Sutton (Sky Procycling) s.t.
aus AUS 132 Jonathan Cantwell (Team Saxo Bank) s.t.
den DEN 133 Kasper Larsen Klostergaard (Team Saxo Bank) s.t.
den DEN 134 Alex Rasmussen (Team Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
den DEN 135 Michael Morkov (Team Saxo Bank) s.t.
esp ESP 136 Vicente Reynes Mimo (Lotto - Belisol Team) s.t.
ger GER 137 Andreas Klier (Team Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
ita ITA 138 Francesco Chicchi (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
can CAN 139 Svein Tuft (GreenEdge Cycling Team) s.t.
bel BEL 140 Michael Van Staeyen (Topsport Vlaanderen - Mercator) s.t.
bel BEL 141 Kenny Dehaes (Lotto - Belisol Team) s.t.
bel BEL 142 Jonas Van Genechten (Lotto - Belisol Team) s.t.
fra FRA 143 Arnaud Demare (Equipe Cycliste FDJ - BigMat) s.t.
esp ESP 144 Pablo Urtasun Perez (Euskaltel - Euskadi) s.t.
fra FRA 145 Yuriy Krivtsov (Lampre - ISD) 00:12:01
kaz KAZ 146 Dmitriy Gruzdev (Astana Pro Team) 00:12:33
fra FRA 147 Jimmy Casper (Ag2R - La Mondiale) s.t.
bel BEL 148 Nico Sijmens (Cofidis - Le Credit En Ligne) s.t.
esp ESP 149 Jesús Lopez Herrada (Movistar Team) s.t.
kaz KAZ 150 Valentin Iglinskiy (Astana Pro Team) s.t.
slo SLO 151 Borut Bozic (Astana Pro Team) s.t.
ned NED 152 Bobbie Traksel (Landbouwkrediet - Euphony) s.t.
bel BEL 153 Gilles Devillers (Landbouwkrediet - Euphony) s.t.
ita ITA 154 Massimo Graziato (Lampre - ISD) s.t.
ita ITA 155 Manuel Belletti (Ag2R - La Mondiale) s.t.
bel BEL 156 Jelle Wallays (Topsport Vlaanderen - Mercator) s.t.
aus AUS 157 Baden Cooke (GreenEdge Cycling Team) s.t.
fra FRA 158 Damien Gaudin (Europcar) s.t.
esp ESP DNF Adrian Saez De Arregi (Euskaltel - Euskadi)  
rus RUS DNF Alexander Porsev (Katusha Team)  
ned NED DNF Arnoud Van Groen ( – Willems Veranda’s)  
rus RUS DNF Boris Shpilevsky (Ag2R - La Mondiale)  
bel BEL DNF Davy Commeijne (Landbouwkrediet - Euphony)  
rus RUS DNF Denis Galimzyanov (Katusha Team)  
kaz KAZ DNF Dmitriy Muravyev (Astana Pro Team)  
can CAN DNF Dominique Rollin (Equipe Cycliste FDJ - BigMat)  
bel BEL DNF Edwig Cammaerts (Cofidis - Le Credit En Ligne)  
ltu LTU DNF Egidijus Juodvalkis (Landbouwkrediet - Euphony)  
esp ESP DNF Enrique Sanz Unzue (Movistar Team)  
bel BEL DNF Gert Dockx (Lotto - Belisol Team)  
ita ITA DNF Giacomo Nizzolo (RadioShack - Nissan)  
slo SLO DNF Grega Bole (Lampre - ISD)  
nzl NZL DNF Hayden Roulston (RadioShack - Nissan)  
ltu LTU DNF Ignatas Konovalovas (Movistar Team)  
bel BEL DNF Jonathan Breyne (Landbouwkrediet - Euphony)  
bel BEL DNF Kevin Peeters (Landbouwkrediet - Euphony)  
esp ESP DNF Koldo Fernández De Larrea (Team Garmin - Barracuda)  
ger GER DNF Marcel Kittel (1t4i)  
fra FRA DNF Mathieu Claude (Europcar)  
aus AUS DNF Matthew Wilson (GreenEdge Cycling Team)  
fra FRA DNF Matthieu Ladagnous (Equipe Cycliste FDJ - BigMat)  
ned NED DNF Ramon Sinkeldam (1t4i)  
esp ESP DNF Ricardo Garcia Ambroa (Euskaltel - Euskadi)  
ger GER DNF Robert Wagner (RadioShack - Nissan)  
fra FRA DNF Romain Lemarchand (Ag2R - La Mondiale)  
ned NED DNF Ronan Van Zandbeek (1t4i)  
ned NED DNF Roy Curvers (1t4i)  
bel BEL DNF Sebastien Rosseler (Team Garmin - Barracuda)  
bel BEL DNF Sjef De Wilde ( – Willems Veranda’s)  
fra FRA DNF Steve Houanard (Ag2R - La Mondiale)  
bel BEL DNF Stijn Vandenbergh (Omega Pharma - Quickstep)  
ned NED DNF Tom Stamsnijder (1t4i)  
ltu LTU DNF Tomas Vaitkus (GreenEdge Cycling Team)  
ukr UKR DNF Vitaliy Buts (Lampre - ISD)  
bel BEL DNF Wim De Vocht ( – Willems Veranda’s)  

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