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Tour of Qatar - Stage 3
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It’s a longer day then yesterday but still a short stage, however it’s weird in that there are some very tiny bumps on the profile, they won’t have an impact, but still. Otherwise similar weather to stage 1 with gusty winds and warm sun. Will Avelino or Tzortzakis take a repeat victory, or will a new name celebrate today? The big three sprinters in the race surely are tired of waiting.

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The attacks to be in the break are ferocious with many teams wanting to be represented, finally four men do establish a lead though:

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pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ebd.png Vermeltfoort
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ayu.png Perera
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wha.png Franzoi

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pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/akm.png Feillu has no trouble taking the premium ahead of the Sri Lankan and the Dutchman. pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wha.png Franzoi in fourth doesn’t even bother trying to sprint.

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The second sprint is pretty much a carbon copy of the first, except pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ayu.png Perera is caught out, finishing third this time as pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ebd.png Vermeltfoort moves up behind pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/akm.png Feillu. Just 40km left now so we can expect the peloton to start racing!

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The wind has split the pack! About 60 riders are caught out, fortunately no big names are behind, most notable are a couple of specialists for stage 6; pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/evo.png Stoltz won’t be able to fight for a good GC any more, while pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/jay.png Hepburn, pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/tsa.png Yatsevich and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/tsa.png Dal Col are having another bad day in the saddle.

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Under the 10km banner pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Moser and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/aeg.png Aegon have chased hard and achieved two things, one is to have the break just about caught and the other is that the peloton has split again, leaving just 63 riders in the main group! pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/nem.png Vanderbiest was too far back and missed this group, which will ruin his GC aspirations! Otherwise there’s mostly some time-trialists and domestiques pared off the back, with pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hug.png Gonzalez Salas pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/jay.png Olman the best two time-trialists missing.

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Riders are being shelled off the back at an extreme rate but now in the final 5km the city buildings should offer some protection from the wind. As always pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/aeg.png Aegon seem to be most organised, while pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/itd.png Iberia has a big numbers advantage with 7 men in the group and 6 at the front but not much organisation yet, banner pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Bewley also has some teammates but no train yet either, while most other sprinters are pretty isolated.

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3km remaining and two trains have dominated the last 2km! pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/aeg.png Sbragli pulls pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/aeg.png Groenewegen and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/aeg.png Swift into the lead as pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/itd.png Kluge contests him but bad organisation means that pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/itd.png Degenkolb is second in line and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/itd.png Zabel has the pole position. pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/akm.png Kristoff knew what was going on and strategically got onto the pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/itd.png Iberia train.

Behind those two teams, pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Habtom leads the charge of riders trying to get back into contention, who form two lines:

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pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Vesely
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Bewley
Avelino pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/evo.png Van Staeyen
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ebd.png Grosu
TzortzakisRoelandts
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Coquard
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spy.png Ahlstrandpcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/pum.png Ciolek
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wha.png Stauffpcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/sva.png Guarnieri
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/jay.png Saber

Behind that a few other sprinters are trying to move forward but it looks like they have too much to overcome, also pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Coppel is well positioned with pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Festina making the interesting decision to have their final domestique, pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Kastrantas protect him instead of their sprinter.

The back of this group is still a steady stream of riders unable to keep up though and more time-trialists have been shed from the back, including:

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pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ebd.png Howson
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/tsa.png Malori
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/jay.png Durbridge

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1.5km left! It’s hard to work out if this race is more hectic at the back or the front. At the head, pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/itd.png Zabel, pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/aeg.png Groenewegen and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Vesely launch for their respective sprinters! Although pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Moser have some ground to make up and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/itd.png Degenkolb needs to actually get behind his teammate. Especially before pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/akm.png Kristoff gets past him. pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/evo.png Van Stayen and Roelandts have also kept behind pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Bewley, then there’s a small gap to pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ebd.png Grosu.

After that, a larger gap, maybe three lengths to 5 sprinters, led by pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/pum.png Ciolek, then pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/sva.png Guarnieri, Tzortzakis, pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Coquard and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spy.png Ahlstrand. After them, there are gaps everywhere, as this group implodes!

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The flamme rouge is raised overhead as the motorbike tries to get out of the way! pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/itd.png Zabel still leads but pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Degenkolb has been disadvantaged by a lack of communication and is sprinting on his own. pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/aeg.png Swift and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Bewley both open up now as well! pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/evo.png Van Stayen also competes while pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/akm.png Kristoff blows up and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ebd.png Grosu fights to get back level with these guys!

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500 more metres and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/aeg.png Swift has taken control! pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Degenkolb presents the biggest challenge while pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Bewley and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/evo.png Van Stayen were blocked earlier and can only open up fully now! A couple of sprinters who had a lot of ground to make up are also catching up to the back of this selection, as it seems pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/sva.png Guarnieri, pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Coquard and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spy.png Ahlstrand still haven’t given up, although they surely can’t contest the win.

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However pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/aeg.png Swift just could not be beaten! His team were perfectly organised and it just made the difference for the Brit today! pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/itd.png Degenkolb was probably stronger on the overall but has to settle for second, while pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Bewley easily beats pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/evo.png Van Stayen to the final podium spot.

pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/akm.png Kristoff found the legs to keep going, just long enough to hold off a roaring pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/sva.png Guarnieri for fifth place. pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/aeg.png Groenewegen and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Vesely score 7th and 8th for their leadout efforts, while pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ebd.png Grosu and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Coquard finish off the top 10.

It will be interesting to see where the splits are counted behind, it looks like a group of 21 with pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/sva.png Hansen and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Coquard the best prologue riders involved but a second group the same size containing pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Coppel, pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/vsa.png Kittel, Zmorka, Avelino, Fiedler, pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Vlatos and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wha.png Schädlich are close enough that they may be award the same time if the commissaries are feeling kind today.

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Stage winner pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/aeg.png Swift smiles to the crowd as he collects the points jersey, he might be happy to move to within 2 seconds of pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Bewley’s lead as these two have established a little margin over the rest in the general classification, however he might be quite disappointed at the moment, as the commisaires have decided crazily to decide that all of the top 120 finishers will receive the same time as him, meaning even pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/nem.png Vanderbiest who finishes over 3 minutes later will receive not suffer any time loss.

1Ben SwiftAegon - Lavazza2h56'23
2John DegenkolbIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
3Sam BewleyMoser - Sygics.t.
4Michael Van StayenEvonik - ELKOs.t.
5Alexander KristoffAker - MOTs.t.
6Jacopo GuarnieriStravas.t.
7Dylan GroenewegenAegon - Lavazzas.t.
8Daniel VeselyMoser - Sygics.t.
9Eduard GrosueBuddys.t.
10Bryan CoquardFestina - Dexias.t.
11Rick ZabelIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
12Jonas AhlstrandSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
13Kristian SbaragliAegon - Lavazzas.t.
14Gerald CiolekTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
15Adrien PetitAyubowan!s.t.
16Roger KlugeIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
17Mikiel HabtomMoser - Sygics.t.
18Jurgen RoelandtsPendleton'ss.t.
19Georgos TzortzakisProject: Africas.t.
20Kris BoeckmansStravas.t.
21Lasse Norman HansenStravas.t.
22Jerome CoppelFestina - Dexias.t.
23Marcel KittelVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
24Kevin FeiereisenVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
25Charalampas KastrantasFestina - Dexias.t.
26Marlen ZmorkaPorto - Prios.t.
27Jacob FiedlerPorto - Prios.t.
28Andreas StauffWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
29Romain FeilluAker - MOTs.t.
30Nikolas MaesIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
31Thomas Vedel KvistSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
32Lahcen SaberJayco - Cobra9s.t.
33Ă“scar AvelinoPorto - Prios.t.
34Westley GoughMoser - Sygics.t.
35Karel HnikMoser - Sygics.t.
36Eugert ZhupaMoser - Sygics.t.
37Jan BrockhoffIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
38Leigh HowardRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
39George AtkinsIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
40Madushanka PereraAyubowan!s.t.
41Coen VermeltfoorteBuddys.t.
42Panagiotis VlatosFestina - Dexias.t.
43Lucas SchädlichWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
44Danny Van PoppeleBuddys.t.
45Phan Age HaugardSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
46Anton VorobevTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
47Adrian MaloriTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
48Jon AberasturiHugo Bosss.t.
49Lionel CoutinhoPorto - Prios.t.
50Tosh Van der SandeHaute Route - Mavics.t.
51Jens KeukeleireHaute Route - Mavics.t.
52Marco GuillénTeam Ticos Air Costa Ricas.t.
53Mark DzamastagicEvonik - ELKOs.t.
54Geert Van der SandenAegon - Lavazzas.t.
55Nick Van der LijkeVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
56Alexander PorsevTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
57Romain VanderbiestNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
58Soufiane HaddiHaute Route - Mavics.t.
59Wouter WippertVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
60Remco Te BrakeeBuddys.t.
61Barry MarkusPendleton'ss.t.
62Francisco Javier EcharriIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
63Pavel KorzhTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
64King Lok CheungPendleton'ss.t.
65Luke DurbridgeJayco - Cobra9s.t.
66Jasper BovenhuisAegon - Lavazzas.t.
67Igor BoevTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
68Taylor TollesonHugo Bosss.t.
69Tom DumoulinAegon - Lavazzas.t.
70Emerson SantosFestina - Dexias.t.
71Guillaume BoivinRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
72Jose Luis CanoTeam Ticos Air Costa Ricas.t.
73Sebastian LanderTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
74Damien HowsoneBuddys.t.
75Victor CampenaertsGazelles.t.
76Oleksandr GolovashNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
77Antonio CarvalhoPorto - Prios.t.
78Enrico FranzoiWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
79Tony GallopinAyubowan!s.t.
80Martin ReimerSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
81Eric YoungRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
82Mikhail KochetkovNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
83Alex WohlerJayco - Cobra9s.t.
84Asbjørn Kragh AndersenSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
85James OramJayco - Cobra9s.t.
86Armindo FonsecaStravas.t.
87Daniel TurekMoser - Sygics.t.
88Jasha SĂĽtterlinTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
89Maciej UlanowskiNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
90Nolan HoffmanProject: Africas.t.
91Fabian CancellaraAker - MOTs.t.
92Freddy JohanssonSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
93Willi WillwohlWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
94Ben HermansStravas.t.
95Glenn O'SheaJayco - Cobra9s.t.
96Marcel BarthAegon - Lavazzas.t.
97Taylor GunmanJayco - Cobra9s.t.
98Sascha WeberTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
99Miguel Angel LopezEvonik - ELKOs.t.
100Clément LhotellerieAker - MOTs.t.
101Julien TaramarcazFestina - Dexias.t.
102Lluis MasPorto - Prios.t.
103Manuel StockerFestina - Dexias.t.
104Daniel AlloncaPorto - Prios.t.
105Nur Amirul MarzukiStravas.t.
106Ricardo FerreiraPorto - Prios.t.
107Dmitriy GruzdevNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
108Mario Gonzalez SalasHugo Bosss.t.
109Juan Abenhamar Gallego MartinIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
110Jakub DanacikMoser - Sygics.t.
111Andrea ZordanGazelles.t.
112Pim LigthartHugo Bosss.t.
113Bob JungelsVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
114Miles OlmanJayco - Cobra9s.t.
115Kevin PredatschAyubowan!s.t.
116Mustafa CarsiVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
117Heiko RedeckerProject: Africas.t.
118Georgios BouglasFestina - Dexias.t.
119Frederik FrisonAegon - Lavazzas.t.
120Andres Ignacio PereyraPendleton'ss.t.
121Javier AramendĂ­aHugo Boss+ 4'06
122Yves LampaerteBuddys.t.
123Alexander WetterhallSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
124Gregor MuhlbergerWiesenhof-Andritz+ 4'28
125Matala SebokaProject: Africa+ 5'00
126Sten StenersenSpotify - Haglöfs+ 5'21
127Jetse BolTeam Puma - SAP+ 5'55
128Gert DockxStravas.t.
129Ramon SinkeldameBuddys.t.
130Johann van ZylRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
131Andriy OrlovNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
132Daniel RuizHugo Boss+ 6'15
133Kiril YatsevichTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
134Mujtaba HusseinHaute Route - Mavics.t.
135Danny SummerhillRBC Pro Cycling+ 7'21
136Adel BarbariHaute Route - Mavics.t.
137Ermin Van WykProject: Africas.t.
138Sebastian LangeveldStravas.t.
139Pit SchlechterVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
140Sep VanmarckeVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
141Daniel SchornWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
142Emils LiepinsEvonik - ELKOs.t.
143Salem KemboiAyubowan!s.t.
144Daniel OssAker - MOTs.t.
145Floris GertseBuddys.t.
146Luke KeoughRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
147Vegard BreenAker - MOTs.t.
148Abdalla Ben YoucefHaute Route - Mavics.t.
149Adam BlytheTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
150Ismail AyouneHaute Route - Mavics.t.
151Roger RandrianambininaNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
152Mihkel RäimTeam Ticos Air Costa Ricas.t.
153Jaroslaw MaryczPendleton'ss.t.
154Artem SamolenkovTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
155Dan McLayRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
156Rudy BarbierHaute Route - Mavics.t.
157Roman LutsyshynNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
158Tesfay AbrahaPendleton'ss.t.
159Nihal SilvaAyubowan!s.t.
160Bryan SalasTeam Ticos Air Costa Ricas.t.
161Gabriel MarinTeam Ticos Air Costa Ricas.t.
162Moreno HoflandGazelles.t.
163Rafael SilvaHugo Bosss.t.
164Andrew FennPendleton'ss.t.
165Carlos BarberoHugo Bosss.t.
166Allan MoralesTeam Ticos Air Costa Ricas.t.
167Sven NooytensEvonik - ELKOs.t.
168Ryan GibbonsProject: Africas.t.
169Marco MinnardGazelles.t.
170Oumaru MinoungouProject: Africas.t.
171Florian SenechalPendleton'ss.t.
172Adrian GjølbergAker - MOTs.t.
173Marc PottsEvonik - ELKOs.t.
174Isaac BolivarWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
175Amith Udaya KumaraAyubowan!s.t.
176Michael HepburnJayco - Cobra9s.t.
177Krists NeilandsEvonik - ELKOs.t.
178Amanuel GebrezgabihierProject: Africas.t.
179Everson CamiloGazelles.t.
180Patrick NaudRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
181Vegard Robinson BuggeAker - MOTs.t.
182Francis De GreefGazelles.t.
183Yannick StoltzEvonik - ELKOs.t.
184Benedikt MundleGazelles.t.
185Colin StĂĽssiTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
186Dylan Van BaarleTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
187Milos BorisavljevicWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
188Flavio De LunaGazelles.t.
189Bryan VillalobosTeam Ticos Air Costa Ricas.t.
190Tushantha RajapakshageAyubowan!s.t.
191Andrea Dal ColTinkoff Sport Academy+ 8'35


GC:

1Sam BewleyMoser - Sygic8h21'06
2Ben SwiftAegon - Lavazza+ 2
3Ă“scar AvelinoPorto - Prio+ 15
4John DegenkolbIberia - Team Degenkolb+ 19
5Georgos TzortzakisProject: Africa+ 21
6Jonas AhlstrandSpotify - Haglöfs+ 25
7Michael Van StayenEvonik - ELKO+ 31
8Eduard GrosueBuddys.t.
9Jacopo GuarnieriStrava+ 32
10Alexander KristoffAker - MOT+ 35
11Bryan CoquardFestina - Dexias.t.
12Gerald CiolekTeam Puma - SAP+ 36
13Dylan GroenewegenAegon - Lavazza+ 42
14Romain VanderbiestNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
15Romain FeilluAker - MOTs.t.
16Daniel VeselyMoser - Sygic+ 44
17Madushanka PereraAyubowan!+ 45
18Coen VermeltfoorteBuddys.t.
19Leigh HowardRBC Pro Cycling+ 47
20Jurgen RoelandtsPendleton's+ 48
21Adrien PetitAyubowan!s.t.
22Rick ZabelIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
23Andreas StauffWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
24Lahcen SaberJayco - Cobra9s.t.
25Lasse Norman HansenStravas.t.
26Kristian SbaragliAegon - Lavazzas.t.
27Marco GuillénTeam Ticos Air Costa Ricas.t.
28Jens KeukeleireHaute Route - Mavics.t.
29Jerome CoppelFestina - Dexias.t.
30Mikiel HabtomMoser - Sygics.t.
31Marcel KittelVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
32Jacob FiedlerPorto - Prios.t.
33Tosh Van der SandeHaute Route - Mavics.t.
34Marlen ZmorkaPorto - Prios.t.
35Igor BoevTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
36Thomas Vedel KvistSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
37Lucas SchädlichWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
38Nick Van der LijkeVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
39Eugert ZhupaMoser - Sygics.t.
40Adrian MaloriTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
41Panagiotis VlatosFestina - Dexias.t.
42Wouter WippertVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
43Kevin FeiereisenVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
44Anton VorobevTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
45Lionel CoutinhoPorto - Prios.t.
46Alexander PorsevTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
47Westley GoughMoser - Sygics.t.
48Jasper BovenhuisAegon - Lavazzas.t.
49Barry MarkusPendleton'ss.t.
50Jon AberasturiHugo Bosss.t.
51Charalampas KastrantasFestina - Dexias.t.
52Tony GallopinAyubowan!s.t.
53Nikolas MaesIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
54Pavel KorzhTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
55Damien HowsoneBuddys.t.
56King Lok CheungPendleton'ss.t.
57Glenn O'SheaJayco - Cobra9s.t.
58Luke DurbridgeJayco - Cobra9s.t.
59Phan Age HaugardSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
60Jasha SĂĽtterlinTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
61Karel HnikMoser - Sygics.t.
62Taylor GunmanJayco - Cobra9s.t.
63Antonio CarvalhoPorto - Prios.t.
64Soufiane HaddiHaute Route - Mavics.t.
65James OramJayco - Cobra9s.t.
66Emerson SantosFestina - Dexias.t.
67Oleksandr GolovashNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
68Bob JungelsVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
69Mark DzamastagicEvonik - ELKOs.t.
70Mustafa CarsiVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
71Asbjørn Kragh AndersenSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
72Alex WohlerJayco - Cobra9s.t.
73Pim LigthartHugo Bosss.t.
74Kris BoeckmansStravas.t.
75Tom DumoulinAegon - Lavazzas.t.
76Georgios BouglasFestina - Dexias.t.
77Willi WillwohlWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
78Marcel BarthAegon - Lavazzas.t.
79Ben HermansStravas.t.
80Jose Luis CanoTeam Ticos Air Costa Ricas.t.
81Maciej UlanowskiNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
82Miles OlmanJayco - Cobra9s.t.
83Fabian CancellaraAker - MOTs.t.
84George AtkinsIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
85Francisco Javier EcharriIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
86Freddy JohanssonSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
87Miguel Angel LopezEvonik - ELKOs.t.
88Sascha WeberTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
89Julien TaramarcazFestina - Dexias.t.
90Andres Ignacio PereyraPendleton'ss.t.
91Geert Van der SandenAegon - Lavazzas.t.
92Victor CampenaertsGazelles.t.
93Frederik FrisonAegon - Lavazzas.t.
94Lluis MasPorto - Prios.t.
95Heiko RedeckerProject: Africas.t.
96Ricardo FerreiraPorto - Prios.t.
97Dmitriy GruzdevNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
98Martin ReimerSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
99Mikhail KochetkovNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
100Mario Gonzalez SalasHugo Bosss.t.
101Taylor TollesonHugo Bosss.t.
102Nur Amirul MarzukiStravas.t.
103Guillaume BoivinRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
104Kevin PredatschAyubowan!s.t.
105Andrea ZordanGazelles.t.
106Sebastian LanderTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
107Daniel AlloncaPorto - Prios.t.
108Daniel TurekMoser - Sygics.t.
109Eric YoungRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
110Remco Te BrakeeBuddys.t.
111Enrico FranzoiWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
112Nolan HoffmanProject: Africas.t.
113Danny Van PoppeleBuddys.t.
114Manuel StockerFestina - Dexias.t.
115Armindo FonsecaStravas.t.
116Clément LhotellerieAker - MOTs.t.
117Juan Abenhamar Gallego MartinIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
118Yves LampaerteBuddy+ 4'54
119Javier AramendĂ­aHugo Bosss.t.
120Alexander WetterhallSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
121Gregor MuhlbergerWiesenhof-Andritz+ 5'16
122Gert DockxStrava+ 6'43
123Ramon SinkeldameBuddys.t.
124Johann van ZylRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
125Jetse BolTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
126Andriy OrlovNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
127Roger KlugeIberia - Team Degenkolb+ 6'56
128Jan BrockhoffIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
129Jakub DanacikMoser - Sygics.t.
130Daniel RuizHugo Boss+ 7'03
131Mujtaba HusseinHaute Route - Mavics.t.
132Adrian GjølbergAker - MOT+ 8'03
133Carlos BarberoHugo Boss+ 8'05
134Daniel SchornWiesenhof-Andritz+ 8'09
135Artem SamolenkovTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
136Adel BarbariHaute Route - Mavics.t.
137Jaroslaw MaryczPendleton'ss.t.
138Adam BlytheTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
139Florian SenechalPendleton'ss.t.
140Ismail AyouneHaute Route - Mavics.t.
141Vegard Robinson BuggeAker - MOTs.t.
142Daniel OssAker - MOTs.t.
143Mihkel RäimTeam Ticos Air Costa Ricas.t.
144Sebastian LangeveldStravas.t.
145Pit SchlechterVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
146Emils LiepinsEvonik - ELKOs.t.
147Colin StĂĽssiTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
148Abdalla Ben YoucefHaute Route - Mavics.t.
149Amith Udaya KumaraAyubowan!s.t.
150Allan MoralesTeam Ticos Air Costa Ricas.t.
151Isaac BolivarWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
152Sep VanmarckeVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
153Andrew FennPendleton'ss.t.
154Tesfay AbrahaPendleton'ss.t.
155Rafael SilvaHugo Bosss.t.
156Nihal SilvaAyubowan!s.t.
157Tushantha RajapakshageAyubowan!s.t.
158Yannick StoltzEvonik - ELKOs.t.
159Danny SummerhillRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
160Salem KemboiAyubowan!s.t.
161Rudy BarbierHaute Route - Mavics.t.
162Milos BorisavljevicWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
163Francis De GreefGazelles.t.
164Roman LutsyshynNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
165Vegard BreenAker - MOTs.t.
166Flavio De LunaGazelles.t.
167Moreno HoflandGazelles.t.
168Luke KeoughRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
169Bryan SalasTeam Ticos Air Costa Ricas.t.
170Floris GertseBuddys.t.
171Roger RandrianambininaNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
172Sven NooytensEvonik - ELKOs.t.
173Gabriel MarinTeam Ticos Air Costa Ricas.t.
174Marc PottsEvonik - ELKOs.t.
175Dan McLayRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
176Ermin Van WykProject: Africas.t.
177Marco MinnardGazelles.t.
178Krists NeilandsEvonik - ELKOs.t.
179Benedikt MundleGazelles.t.
180Everson CamiloGazelles.t.
181Oumaru MinoungouProject: Africas.t.
182Bryan VillalobosTeam Ticos Air Costa Ricas.t.
183Amanuel GebrezgabihierProject: Africas.t.
184Patrick NaudRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
185Matala SebokaProject: Africa+ 11'56
186Sten StenersenSpotify - Haglöfs+ 12'17
187Ryan GibbonsProject: Africa+ 12'50
188Kiril YatsevichTinkoff Sport Academy+ 13'11
189Michael HepburnJayco - Cobra9+ 14'17
190Dylan Van BaarleTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
191Andrea Dal ColTinkoff Sport Academy+ 15'31


Points:

1Ben SwiftAegon - Lavazza56
2Sam BewleyMoser - Sygic52
3Ă“scar AvelinoPorto - Prio35
4John DegenkolbIberia - Team Degenkolb34
5Jonas AhlstrandSpotify - Haglöfs32
6Georgos TzortzakisProject: Africa30
7Michael Van StayenEvonik - ELKO28
8Jacopo GuarnieriStrava26
9Alexander KristoffAker - MOT25
10Eduard GrosueBuddy23


Youth:

1Eduard GrosueBuddy8h21'37 (1)
2Bryan CoquardFestina - Dexia+ 4 (2)
3Dylan GroenewegenAegon - Lavazza+ 11 (3)
4Daniel VeselyMoser - Sygic+ 13 (4)
5Madushanka PereraAyubowan!+ 14 (5)
6Rick ZabelIberia - Team Degenkolb+ 17 (6)
7Lasse Norman HansenStrava+ 17 (7)
8Marlen ZmorkaPorto - Prio+ 17 (8)
9Kevin FeiereisenVesuvio - Accumalux+ 17 (9)
10Lionel CoutinhoPorto - Prio+ 17 (10)


Team:

1Vesuvio - Accumalux25h05'42 (1)
2Tinkoff Sport Academy+ 0 (2)
3Ayubowan!+ 0 (3)
4Jayco - Cobra9+ 0 (4)
5Wiesenhof-Andritz+ 0 (5)
6Haute Route - Mavic+ 0 (6)
7Pendleton's+ 0 (7)
8RBC Pro Cycling+ 0 (8)
9Hugo Boss+ 0 (9)
10Evonik - ELKO+ 0 (10)




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