Tour of California: Peter Sagan powers to another win in stage three
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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Tour of California: Peter Sagan powers to another win in stage three

by Kyle Moore at 9:03 PM EST   comments
Categories: Pro Cycling, Race Reports and Results, Tour of California
 
Slovak leaves just enough room to come around Haussler and hold off Boonen

Peter SaganPeter Sagan’s sprint wins have become almost as much of a tradition in the Tour of California as Levi Leipheimer's standing on the winner’s podium in previous years.  The 22-year-old sprinter on Liquigas-Cannondale took his third win in as many days on Tuesday, this time just nudging out Heinrich Haussler (Garmin-Barracuda) on the line.

Having been beaten early in the sprint by Sagan the past two days, Haussler got the jump this time, and though he went from a long way out, he almost held it to the line.  But Sagan was able to sneak past in the final few meters, relegating Haussler to his third runner up finish in three days. 

After surviving the day’s hills to duke it out in the sprint for the first time, Tom Boonen (Omega Pharma-Quick Step) took a solid third place after being in contention throughout the bunch kick.

Sagan is clearly head and shoulders above the other sprinters, and won today despite being quite far back with two kilometres to go. “I don’t know what to say because it’s also a surprise for me,” he said of his third consecutive stage win. “I’d like to thank my team because they did very good work today.”

The final ten kilometers were hectic and disorganized, with constant little attacks and multiple teams trying to control toward the finish.  But every time it came back together, Sagan had team-mate Tim Duggan to control the affairs, and while things got messy again under the one kilometer banner, Sagan managed to time it perfectly yet again.

While he was initially hard to pick out as the bunch negotiated a final left hand bend, he suddenly appeared third wheel as Haussler started to kick.  Sagan swung to the right of the Aussie at the last second to take it by half a wheel.

The stage began with four fewer riders than yesterday, as two riders from Team Bissell missed the stage two time cut, and BMC Racing’s Steve Cummings and Steve Morabito both were forced to withdraw with injuries from a late-race crash yesterday. 

The route took riders from San Jose to Livermore in around 50 kilometers, but then headed back out of town for a roughly 140km loop that traversed Mount Diablo, the climb’s first appearance in the race.  A handful of early attacks were unsuccessful before a break of four managed to get away.  Sébastian Salas (Team Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies), Jonathan Patrick McCarty (Spidertech-C10), Jeremy Vennell (Bissell), and Wilson Marentes (Colombia-Coldeportes) had a nearly four minute lead on the bunch after 25 kilometers.

Andrew Dahlheim (Bissell) climbed off early, leaving the American continental squad with just five riders remaining.  So Vennell would look for glory for his diminished team out of the break, his second of the race after he went on the attack in stage one as well.  At around 85 kilometers into the day, the break hit Mount Diablo with over eight minutes in hand on the main bunch.

The escapees hung together up the climb and Salas took maximum points at the top, but then lost contact with his breakaway mates on the tricky descent down.  He had rejoined the break as the road flattened out, and their margin continued to hover around eight minutes as Liquigas-Cannondale kept things in check for Sagan at the front of the peloton.

With 80km to race, and over the next ten kilometers, the work of Sagan’s team had chopped a minute off the break’s advantage.  As Frantisek Rabon (Omega Pharma-Quick Step) moved forward to help Liquigas-Cannondale with the chase, Vennell and Marentes attacked the other two and quickly pulled out a gap.

With 65 kilometers to go, they had two minutes on Salas and McCarty, and just under six minutes on the peloton.  With four categorized climbs on the day, enough points were up for grabs for the KOM jersey to change.  Even with one climb still left, Salas had earned enough points to take the polka dot jersey off of David Boily (Spidertech-C10).

As the kilometers ticked down, Rabon continued with a large amount of work up front, and it wasn’t long before McCarty and Salas were back in the main field.  Omega Pharma-Quick Step had taken sole possession of the front of the main bunch under the 30km-to-go banner.  And it was productive work as well, as the advantage for Vennell and Marentes was down to a minute and a half.

With the climb of Patterson Pass coming up, the gap to the leading duo was down to just over a minute.  Vennell made a brief bid to get away alone, but when it became clear that Marentes was having no trouble following, the American sat up.  With the writing on the wall, the gap began tumbling.  It went from 50 seconds to 20 seconds in a matter of minutes, so Vennell and Marentes shook hands and retreated into the bunch.

Heading toward the base of the climb and with a crosswind on the right shoulder, Garmin-Barracuda cranked up the pace even further, and their work began to split the peloton to pieces.  But a right hand bend converted the crosswind into a head wind, and more teams came to the front as riders were able to reattach behind.  Both young and old had been caught out – Marcel Kittel (Argos-Shimano) and Robbie McEwen (Orica-GreenEdge) again – but both were able to come back.

But as the Patterson Pass climb kicked up, McEwen’s team-mate Leigh Howard suddenly began to suffer.  The climb featured only a five percent gradient, but continuous headwinds made it a difficult slog.  Fabio Duarte (Colombia-Coldeportes) felt the climb was difficult enough for an attack, so he accelerated and took Nicolas Roche (Ag2R-La Mondiale) with him.

With no single team controlling the peloton, the duo was able to pull out 25 seconds, and when it became clear that they would stay away at least to the top of the climb, stage two’s most aggressive rider Alexandre Geniez (Argos-Shimano) sprung from the bunch looking for some spare mountain points.  Duarte hit the top first, followed by Roche, with Geniez further back. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas-Cannondale) led the peloton over a few seconds later.  With ten kilometers to race, Geniez was back in the bunch and the two men out front had just 15 seconds.

Two kilometers later, they too decided that a handshake was best, sitting up, and Jens Voigt (Radioshack-Nissan) was the first to reel them in from the front of the shrunken peloton.  From here, a series of little moves whipped the peloton into a frenzy.

Very soon afterwards an Exergy rider made a move, pulling out about four others, including Voigt.  After another little flurry, Rabobank brought organization back to the bunch, if only for a minute.  Another Exergy attack came with five kilometers left, after Duggan had come back to the front for Liquigas-Cannondale.  The move had seven others following it, but it too was short-lived, as Duggan reorganized things at the front yet again.

As the pace pushed higher with 3km to go, Ag2R-La Mondiale and Rabobank traded punches at the front, looking out for their sprinters Lloyd Mondory and Michael Matthews, respectively.  Under the Kenda one-kilometer kite, Argos-Shimano came forward briefly, but their lead out would crumble like the rest, and it was every man for himself into the final left hand bend.

Haussler went first and had Boonen on his wheel.  But it was a drawn out sprint, and as Haussler started to fade slightly, Boonen went left and Sagan took the right.  This time, youth prevailed over experience, as Sagan gave his two-arm, “the attempt is good” salute.

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Amgen Tour of California (2.HC) Stage 3 Results: San Jose to Livermore, 185.5km:

  Click on the arrowsat the top of the column to sort the race results.
Country Result Name Team Time
svk SVK 1 Peter Sagan (Liquigas - Cannondale) 04:50:49
aus AUS 2 Heinrich Haussler (Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
bel BEL 3 Tom Boonen (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
usa USA 4 Alex Candelario (Team Optum P/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) s.t.
fra FRA 5 Lloyd Mondory (Ag2R - La Mondiale) s.t.
usa USA 6 Fred Rodriguez (Team Exergy) s.t.
can CAN 7 Hugo Houle (Spidertech Powered By C10) s.t.
ned NED 8 Koen De Kort (Argos-Shimano) s.t.
aus AUS 9 Michael Matthews (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
aus AUS 10 Wesley Sulzberger (Orica - GreenEDGE) s.t.
ger GER 11 Roger Kluge (Argos-Shimano) s.t.
usa USA 12 Frank Pipp (Bissel Pro Cycling) s.t.
bel BEL 13 Jasper Stuyven (Bontrager Livestrong Team) s.t.
sui SUI 14 Gregory Rast (RadioShack - Nissan) s.t.
bel BEL 15 Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
aus AUS 16 Luke Durbridge (Orica - GreenEDGE) s.t.
usa USA 17 Gavin Mannion (Bontrager Livestrong Team) s.t.
ger GER 18 Gerald Ciolek (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
svk SVK 19 Peter Velits (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
esp ESP 20 Luis Leon Sanchez Gil (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
aho AHO 21 Marc De Maar (UnitedHealthcare Presented By Maxxis) s.t.
jpn JPN 22 Yukihiro Doi (Argos-Shimano) s.t.
por POR 23 Tiago Machado (RadioShack - Nissan) s.t.
usa USA 24 Lawson Craddock (Bontrager Livestrong Team) s.t.
col COL 25 John Darwin Atapuma Hurtado (Colombia - Coldeportes) s.t.
usa USA 26 Tejay Van Garderen (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
usa USA 27 Chris Horner (RadioShack - Nissan) s.t.
usa USA 28 George Hincapie (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
bel BEL 29 Stijn Vandenbergh (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
usa USA 30 Christopher Baldwin (Bissel Pro Cycling) s.t.
usa USA 31 Brent Bookwalter (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
esp ESP 32 Markel Irizar Aranburu (RadioShack - Nissan) s.t.
ned NED 33 Tom Dumoulin (Argos-Shimano) s.t.
usa USA 34 Andrew Talansky (Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
ita ITA 35 Daniel Oss (Liquigas - Cannondale) s.t.
bel BEL 36 Yannick Eijssen (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
usa USA 37 Thomas Danielson (Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
usa USA 38 Benjamin Jacques-maynes (Bissel Pro Cycling) s.t.
col COL 39 Victor Hugo Pena (Colombia - Coldeportes) s.t.
bel BEL 40 Dries Devenyns (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
ned NED 41 Laurens Ten Dam (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
den DEN 42 Brian Vandborg (Spidertech Powered By C10) s.t.
aus AUS 43 Rory Sutherland (UnitedHealthcare Presented By Maxxis) s.t.
nzl NZL 44 George Bennett (RadioShack - Nissan) s.t.
aus AUS 45 Cameron Meyer (Orica - GreenEDGE) s.t.
usa USA 46 Levi Leipheimer (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
irl IRL 47 Nicolas Roche (Ag2R - La Mondiale) s.t.
fra FRA 48 Mickael Cherel (Ag2R - La Mondiale) s.t.
usa USA 49 David Zabriskie (Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
ned NED 50 Wilco Kelderman (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
nzl NZL 51 Josh Atkins (Bontrager Livestrong Team) s.t.
ned NED 52 Robert Gesink (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
ned NED 53 Bram Tankink (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
usa USA 54 Matthew Busche (RadioShack - Nissan) s.t.
usa USA 55 Morgan Schmitt (Team Exergy) s.t.
sui SUI 56 Raimond Künzli (Spidertech Powered By C10) s.t.
ger GER 57 Paul Martens (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
fra FRA 58 Sylvain Georges (Ag2R - La Mondiale) s.t.
col COL 59 Fabio Andres Duarte Arevalo (Colombia - Coldeportes) s.t.
usa USA 60 Joe Dombrowski (Bontrager Livestrong Team) s.t.
fra FRA 61 Maxime Bouet (Ag2R - La Mondiale) s.t.
usa USA 62 Alex Howes (Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
ita ITA 63 Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas - Cannondale) s.t.
usa USA 64 Jeff Louder (UnitedHealthcare Presented By Maxxis) s.t.
irl IRL 65 Philip Deignan (UnitedHealthcare Presented By Maxxis) s.t.
usa USA 66 Tom Zirbel (Team Optum P/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) s.t.
fra FRA 67 Romain Bardet (Ag2R - La Mondiale) s.t.
usa USA 68 Thomas Peterson (Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
ned NED 69 Pieter Weening (Orica - GreenEDGE) s.t.
usa USA 70 Andrew Bajadali (Team Optum P/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) s.t.
aus AUS 71 Thimothy Roe (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
ger GER 72 Jens Voigt (RadioShack - Nissan) s.t.
col COL 73 Andrès Miguel Diaz Corrales (Team Exergy) s.t.
usa USA 74 Matt Cooke (Team Exergy) s.t.
usa USA 75 Ian Boswell (Bontrager Livestrong Team) s.t.
usa USA 76 Lucas Euser (Spidertech Powered By C10) s.t.
col COL 77 Michael Rodriguez (Colombia - Coldeportes) s.t.
ita ITA 78 Alessandro Vanotti (Liquigas - Cannondale) s.t.
ned NED 79 Maarten Tjallingii (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
usa USA 80 Michael Creed (Team Optum P/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) s.t.
usa USA 81 Timothy Duggan (Liquigas - Cannondale) s.t.
usa USA 82 Nathan Brown (Bontrager Livestrong Team) s.t.
fra FRA 83 Thomas Damuseau (Argos-Shimano) s.t.
fra FRA 84 Alexandre Geniez (Argos-Shimano) s.t.
ita ITA 85 Rinaldo Nocentini (Ag2R - La Mondiale) 00:00:54
aus AUS 86 Robbie Mcewen (Orica - GreenEDGE) 00:02:31
usa USA 87 Ryan Eastman (Bontrager Livestrong Team) s.t.
can CAN 88 David Boily (Spidertech Powered By C10) 00:05:43
usa USA 89 Edward King (Liquigas - Cannondale) s.t.
usa USA 90 Benjamin King (RadioShack - Nissan) s.t.
col COL 91 Carlos Julian Quintero (Colombia - Coldeportes) s.t.
can CAN 92 Guillaume Boivin (Spidertech Powered By C10) s.t.
slo SLO 93 Kristjan Koren (Liquigas - Cannondale) 00:07:45
usa USA 94 Carter Jones (Bissel Pro Cycling) s.t.
ger GER 95 Bert Grabsch (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
usa USA 96 Bradley White (UnitedHealthcare Presented By Maxxis) s.t.
usa USA 97 Scott Zwizanski (Team Optum P/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) s.t.
can CAN 98 Sebastian Salas (Team Optum P/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) s.t.
can CAN 99 Ryan Anderson (Spidertech Powered By C10) s.t.
aus AUS 100 Travis Meyer (Orica - GreenEDGE) s.t.
col COL 101 Wilson Alexander Marentes Torres (Colombia - Coldeportes) s.t.
col COL 102 Javier Gonzalez Barrera (Colombia - Coldeportes) s.t.
aus AUS 103 Adam Leigh Howard (Orica - GreenEDGE) 00:10:43
ned NED 104 Tom Stamsnijder (Argos-Shimano) s.t.
nzl NZL 105 Jeremy Vennell (Bissel Pro Cycling) s.t.
usa USA 106 Jason Mccartney (UnitedHealthcare Presented By Maxxis) 00:12:06
aus AUS 107 Jonathan Clarke (UnitedHealthcare Presented By Maxxis) s.t.
col COL 108 Juan Pablo Suarez (Colombia - Coldeportes) s.t.
ger GER 109 Marcel Kittel (Argos-Shimano) s.t.
mda MDA 110 Serghei Tvetcov (Team Exergy) s.t.
ita ITA 111 Mauro Da Dalto (Liquigas - Cannondale) s.t.
aus AUS 112 Nathan Haas (Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
usa USA 113 Ken Hanson (Team Optum P/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) s.t.
aus AUS 114 Matthew Wilson (Orica - GreenEDGE) s.t.
usa USA 115 Jacob Rathe (Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
usa USA 116 Michael Friedman (Team Optum P/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) s.t.
usa USA 117 Chris Jones (UnitedHealthcare Presented By Maxxis) s.t.
usa USA 118 Sam Johnson (Team Exergy) s.t.
col COL 119 Carlos Alzate Escobar (Team Exergy) s.t.
cze CZE 120 Frantisek Rabon (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
usa USA 121 Jonathan Patrick Mccarty (Spidertech Powered By C10) s.t.
usa USA 122 Logan Loader (Team Exergy) s.t.
fra FRA 123 Christophe Riblon (Ag2R - La Mondiale) s.t.
usa USA DNF Andrew Dahlheim (Bissel Pro Cycling)  
sui SUI DNS Steve Morabito (BMC Racing Team)  
gbr GBR DNS Steven Cummings (BMC Racing Team)  

General classification after stage 3:

Country Result Name Team Time
svk SVK 1 Peter Sagan (Liquigas - Cannondale) 14:34:54
aus AUS 2 Heinrich Haussler (Garmin - Barracuda) 00:00:12
usa USA 3 Jeff Louder (UnitedHealthcare Presented By Maxxis) 00:00:24
usa USA 4 Fred Rodriguez (Team Exergy) 00:00:26
usa USA 5 Benjamin Jacques-maynes (Bissel Pro Cycling) s.t.
aho AHO 6 Marc De Maar (UnitedHealthcare Presented By Maxxis) 00:00:27
esp ESP 7 Markel Irizar Aranburu (RadioShack - Nissan) 00:00:29
nzl NZL 8 Josh Atkins (Bontrager Livestrong Team) s.t.
bel BEL 9 Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing Team) 00:00:30
usa USA 10 Lawson Craddock (Bontrager Livestrong Team) s.t.
esp ESP 11 Luis Leon Sanchez Gil (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
svk SVK 12 Peter Velits (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
usa USA 13 George Hincapie (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
ned NED 14 Tom Dumoulin (Argos-Shimano) s.t.
usa USA 15 Chris Horner (RadioShack - Nissan) s.t.
por POR 16 Tiago Machado (RadioShack - Nissan) s.t.
usa USA 17 Brent Bookwalter (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
col COL 18 John Darwin Atapuma Hurtado (Colombia - Coldeportes) s.t.
usa USA 19 Tejay Van Garderen (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
aus AUS 20 Cameron Meyer (Orica - GreenEDGE) s.t.
ned NED 21 Wilco Kelderman (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
aus AUS 22 Luke Durbridge (Orica - GreenEDGE) s.t.
usa USA 23 Thomas Danielson (Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
usa USA 24 Andrew Talansky (Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
col COL 25 Fabio Andres Duarte Arevalo (Colombia - Coldeportes) s.t.
fra FRA 26 Romain Bardet (Ag2R - La Mondiale) s.t.
ger GER 27 Paul Martens (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
ned NED 28 Laurens Ten Dam (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
den DEN 29 Brian Vandborg (Spidertech Powered By C10) s.t.
ned NED 30 Robert Gesink (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
aus AUS 31 Rory Sutherland (UnitedHealthcare Presented By Maxxis) s.t.
aus AUS 32 Wesley Sulzberger (Orica - GreenEDGE) s.t.
usa USA 33 Levi Leipheimer (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
sui SUI 34 Raimond Künzli (Spidertech Powered By C10) s.t.
ned NED 35 Pieter Weening (Orica - GreenEDGE) s.t.
irl IRL 36 Nicolas Roche (Ag2R - La Mondiale) s.t.
usa USA 37 David Zabriskie (Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
bel BEL 38 Yannick Eijssen (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
ita ITA 39 Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas - Cannondale) s.t.
fra FRA 40 Mickael Cherel (Ag2R - La Mondiale) s.t.
irl IRL 41 Philip Deignan (UnitedHealthcare Presented By Maxxis) s.t.
usa USA 42 Matt Cooke (Team Exergy) s.t.
col COL 43 Andrès Miguel Diaz Corrales (Team Exergy) s.t.
fra FRA 44 Sylvain Georges (Ag2R - La Mondiale) s.t.
usa USA 45 Alex Howes (Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
aus AUS 46 Thimothy Roe (BMC Racing Team) s.t.
usa USA 47 Ian Boswell (Bontrager Livestrong Team) s.t.
usa USA 48 Nathan Brown (Bontrager Livestrong Team) s.t.
usa USA 49 Christopher Baldwin (Bissel Pro Cycling) 00:00:52
ned NED 50 Bram Tankink (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
fra FRA 51 Maxime Bouet (Ag2R - La Mondiale) 00:00:53
nzl NZL 52 George Bennett (RadioShack - Nissan) 00:00:54
usa USA 53 Joe Dombrowski (Bontrager Livestrong Team) s.t.
usa USA 54 Timothy Duggan (Liquigas - Cannondale) 00:01:14
ita ITA 55 Alessandro Vanotti (Liquigas - Cannondale) s.t.
usa USA 56 Andrew Bajadali (Team Optum P/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) 00:01:38
usa USA 57 Matthew Busche (RadioShack - Nissan) 00:02:06
ita ITA 58 Daniel Oss (Liquigas - Cannondale) 00:03:32
usa USA 59 Alex Candelario (Team Optum P/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) 00:07:26
can CAN 60 Hugo Houle (Spidertech Powered By C10) s.t.
ned NED 61 Koen De Kort (Argos-Shimano) s.t.
bel BEL 62 Jasper Stuyven (Bontrager Livestrong Team) s.t.
jpn JPN 63 Yukihiro Doi (Argos-Shimano) s.t.
col COL 64 Victor Hugo Pena (Colombia - Coldeportes) s.t.
fra FRA 65 Thomas Damuseau (Argos-Shimano) s.t.
ger GER 66 Jens Voigt (RadioShack - Nissan) s.t.
usa USA 67 Lucas Euser (Spidertech Powered By C10) s.t.
usa USA 68 Gavin Mannion (Bontrager Livestrong Team) 00:08:46
fra FRA 69 Alexandre Geniez (Argos-Shimano) 00:09:10
usa USA 70 Frank Pipp (Bissel Pro Cycling) 00:09:19
aus AUS 71 Adam Leigh Howard (Orica - GreenEDGE) 00:11:06
bel BEL 72 Tom Boonen (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) 00:11:59
bel BEL 73 Stijn Vandenbergh (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) 00:12:03
usa USA 74 Edward King (Liquigas - Cannondale) 00:14:29
bel BEL 75 Dries Devenyns (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) 00:14:31
aus AUS 76 Michael Matthews (Rabobank Cycling Team) 00:15:15
fra FRA 77 Lloyd Mondory (Ag2R - La Mondiale) 00:15:41
usa USA 78 Thomas Peterson (Garmin - Barracuda) 00:15:42
ita ITA 79 Rinaldo Nocentini (Ag2R - La Mondiale) 00:16:09
usa USA 80 Ryan Eastman (Bontrager Livestrong Team) 00:18:13
usa USA 81 Tom Zirbel (Team Optum P/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) 00:18:59
usa USA 82 Chris Jones (UnitedHealthcare Presented By Maxxis) 00:19:20
col COL 83 Michael Rodriguez (Colombia - Coldeportes) 00:19:21
usa USA 84 Benjamin King (RadioShack - Nissan) 00:21:25
ned NED 85 Maarten Tjallingii (Rabobank Cycling Team) s.t.
sui SUI 86 Gregory Rast (RadioShack - Nissan) 00:21:27
usa USA 87 Michael Creed (Team Optum P/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) s.t.
ger GER 88 Roger Kluge (Argos-Shimano) 00:22:11
ger GER 89 Gerald Ciolek (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
usa USA 90 Morgan Schmitt (Team Exergy) s.t.
can CAN 91 Ryan Anderson (Spidertech Powered By C10) 00:22:16
slo SLO 92 Kristjan Koren (Liquigas - Cannondale) 00:23:27
ger GER 93 Bert Grabsch (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
aus AUS 94 Robbie Mcewen () 00:23:58
can CAN 95 David Boily (Spidertech Powered By C10) 00:24:42
nzl NZL 96 Jeremy Vennell (Bissel Pro Cycling) 00:25:10
can CAN 97 Sebastian Salas (Team Optum P/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) 00:26:02
aus AUS 98 Jonathan Clarke (UnitedHealthcare Presented By Maxxis) 00:27:48
can CAN 99 Guillaume Boivin (Spidertech Powered By C10) 00:27:54
usa USA 100 Bradley White (UnitedHealthcare Presented By Maxxis) 00:29:08
usa USA 101 Scott Zwizanski (Team Optum P/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) 00:29:12
col COL 102 Carlos Julian Quintero (Colombia - Coldeportes) 00:29:34
usa USA 103 Carter Jones (Bissel Pro Cycling) 00:29:56
col COL 104 Javier Gonzalez Barrera (Colombia - Coldeportes) s.t.
fra FRA 105 Christophe Riblon (Ag2R - La Mondiale) 00:31:05
usa USA 106 Jonathan Patrick Mccarty (Spidertech Powered By C10) s.t.
usa USA 107 Sam Johnson (Team Exergy) 00:32:04
ned NED 108 Tom Stamsnijder (Argos-Shimano) 00:32:10
aus AUS 109 Matthew Wilson (Orica - GreenEDGE) 00:33:33
aus AUS 110 Nathan Haas (Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
aus AUS 111 Travis Meyer (Orica - GreenEDGE) 00:34:04
ita ITA 112 Mauro Da Dalto (Liquigas - Cannondale) 00:34:17
col COL 113 Juan Pablo Suarez (Colombia - Coldeportes) s.t.
usa USA 114 Logan Loader (Team Exergy) s.t.
ger GER 115 Marcel Kittel (Argos-Shimano) s.t.
usa USA 116 Ken Hanson (Team Optum P/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) s.t.
cze CZE 117 Frantisek Rabon (Omega Pharma - Quickstep) s.t.
col COL 118 Wilson Alexander Marentes Torres (Colombia - Coldeportes) 00:34:45
usa USA 119 Jason Mccartney (UnitedHealthcare Presented By Maxxis) 00:38:25
mda MDA 120 Serghei Tvetcov (Team Exergy) 00:39:09
usa USA 121 Michael Friedman (Team Optum P/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) s.t.
usa USA 122 Jacob Rathe (Garmin - Barracuda) s.t.
col COL 123 Carlos Alzate Escobar (Team Exergy) s.t.

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