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Vuelta al Tachira - Stage 5
Vuelta al Tachira
✯✯✯✯✯pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/mck.png Luke Keough
✯✯✯✯pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Alexander Krieger
✯✯✯✯pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Sam Bennett
✯✯✯pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Michael Vingerling
✯✯✯pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Oscar Avelino
✯✯pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/car.png Anthony Lavoine
✯✯pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Max Losch
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Gabriel Marin
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Christian Ranneries
Breakaway of the Day
P ⇤ 2'07" ⇥ E1
Pulling in the Pack:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Evgenii Tikhonin
One of the quieter mornings we have seen in Tachira. The initial attack by pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Andersen, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/cdb.png Cannister, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/rbz.png Akhmaevi, and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/lph.png Knotten being the conclusive one.

There was an effort to bridge across, coming from pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/afr.png Main, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Otruba, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png O'Loughlin, and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/trg.png Hollmann, but they were unable to cross the gap. Their efforts did, however, result in pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/lph.png Knotten being dislodged from the front group. Evidently his efforts in previous days had drained the legs.

Nobody a challenge to the General Classification, nor strong enough to really threaten for a stage victory even, so the peloton was content to let them go. No doubt the trio in the break would be looking to score points in the contest for polkadots.

First Ascent of San Juan de Colón
P ⇤ 3'18" ⇥ E1
Pulling in the Pack:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png O'Loughlinpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Driznerspcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Zingle
A new name in pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Zingle emerged as one of those controlling the peloton's pace, replacing pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Tikhonin in our usual triplex. Perhaps a sign that pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Vingerling wasn't feeling quite up to par?

At the front, it was pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/rbz.png Akhmaevi who dragged his colleagues up the final few slopes, but in a drag to the line pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/cdb.png Cannister managed to force his way to the fore. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Andersen added insult to injury by relegating the Georgian to third.

First Intermediate Sprint
P ⇤ 3'50" ⇥ E1
Pulling in the Pack:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png O'Loughlinpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Driznerspcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Zinglepcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Tikhonin
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Tikhonin's absence was only temporary, so perhaps the adjustment spoke more to pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Avelino feeling strong than anything regarding pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Vingerling.

At the base of today's climb it was again pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/rbz.png Akhmaevi who led into the final kilometre, although this time he was able to keep both his compatriots behind him.

Second Ascent of San Juan de Colón
P ⇤ 3'05" ⇥ E1
Pulling in the Pack:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png O'Loughlinpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Driznerspcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Zinglepcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Tikhonin
The directeur sportifs appeared more interested in keeping the break in check than protecting their sprinters. They cut a significant chunk off the gap heading up this climb. A dangerous toll given the difficulties many sprinters were subjected to yesterday.

This time pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Andersen was in the lead with a kilometre remaining, but again pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/cdb.png Cannister showed his superiority on the (admittedly minor) slopes. His dual victories where enough to push him into the provisional polkadots.

Second Intermediate Sprint
P ⇤ 2'53" ⇥ E1
Pulling in the Pack:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png O'Loughlinpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Driznerspcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Tikhonin
The same order, achieved in the same manner, as the first time through. The gap didn't drop as rapidly on the descent as it had on the ascent, but it was still reducing.

Breakaway Ends
Pulling in the Pack:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png O'Loughlinpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png McCarthypcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png McConveypcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Downey
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Driznerspcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Blouwepcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Van Trichtpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Tikhonin
Inevitably, the gap came down to zero. Again it was pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Crabbe - CC and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Glanbia Foods doing the majority of the work.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Andersen launched out on his own which, despite it momentarily looking like pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/cdb.png Cannister might bridge across, was enough to see him the final man brought back into the fold.

The Trains Form
Whilst pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Campenaerts kept the pace high, the trains began to form. Our two workhorses were also the two forming trains: pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Crabbe - CC and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Glanbia Foods. Best positioned to take advantage of this were pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/car.png Lavoine and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Vingerling.

Leadouts Begin
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Gasparpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Campenaerts
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Vingerlingpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Manakovpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png McCarthy
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Loschpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Liepinspcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Downey
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/car.png Lavoinepcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Kriegerpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Marin
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Ranneries
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Avelino
Confusion in the pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Glanbia train as they managed to lose track of pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Bennett, instead it was pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Marin surfing along on their wheels. Equally, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Gaspar might have jad pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Vingerling attached, but he was the only one left in front of the sprinter with an entirely unreasonable distance remaining.

The only train that had really assembled well was that from pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Crabbe - CC. They had delivered pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Krieger a brilliant victory in the last flat stage, and looked to be on for a possible repeat performance.

Confusion for Crabbe - CC
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Liepins was in for a berating after the stage; he couldn't follow the wheel in front of him in the train, completely destroying its cohesion. That pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Vingerling had been dislodged from pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Gaspar offerred a level of conciliation.

Except pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Bennett had somehow managed to find his way back to the rear of the pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Glanbia Foods' train that was rapidly making its way up the right-hand side. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Marin evidently was not comfortable with the pace, and had dropped back a handful of lengths.

Green jersey wearer pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/mck.png Keough was nowhere near the front, and had made no effort to move into a superior position.

The Hammer Goes Down
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Liepins
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Krieger
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Vingerlingpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Loschpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Oram
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Jiangpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Bennett
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/car.png Lavoinepcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Avelino
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Ranneriespcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Marin

Liepins is Done
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Liepins may have brought his man to the fore, but he also forced pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Krieger to open his sprint well before the red kite. Unless he could pull off something incredible the German was simply to act as a leadout for pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Vingerling and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Losch, who had slotted in behind.

Rannieres into the Lead
He certainly wouldn't have been expecting it, but with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Oram's rapid drop off slowing pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Bennett, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Ranneries was catipulted into the lead. The Dane had started his sprint early, feeling it the only way to have a chance at victory given his poor starting position.

He would need to keep as much momentum as possible, with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Jiang and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/car.png Lavoine not far behind.

Marin Surges to the Front
Evidently the Costa Rican had the right of it when he decided that the pace was too high earlier on, as he timed his own sprint to perfection. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Ranneries hadn't had the discipline to hold off, and was suffering for his early acceleration by this point. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Krieger and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Bennett had both rapidly faded after their respective leadouts left them stranded more than a kilometre out.

The only real challenge was pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/car.png Lavoine, but he too was starting to fade. Perhaps if pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Avelino could've found another gear - but that was looking unlikely. Instead pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/trg.png Gross and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bnb.png Tzortzakis looked like they might come through to challenge for the minor placings.

Marin Wins
An intelligent victory for an underdog, as pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Marin secured a stage victory for pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Volcanica - Fox. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Ranneries was followed by pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/car.png Lavoine to complete the podium.

Although some commentators will no doubt lament that the latter duo mistimed their own sprints, the number of lengths by which pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Marin was victorius suggests that he was not only the superior decisionmaker today, but also flatout the fastest of the fastmen.

Stage Results
1Gabriel MarinVolcanica - Fox4h10'55
2Christian RanneriesTafjord Krafts.t.
3Anthony LavoineCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
4Oscar AvelinoGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
5Felix GrossTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
6Polychronis TzortzakisBinance Cyclings.t.
7Alexander KriegerCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
8Zhihui JiangSauber Petronas Racings.t.
9Max LoschBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
10Sam BennettGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
11Michael VingerlingHelloFreshs.t.
12Emils LiepinsCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
13James OramGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
14Viktor ManakovCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
15Sean DowneyGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
16Jakob RatheMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
17Itamar EinhornRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
18Thomas PidcockProject: Africas.t.
19Dobrin LilovskiBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
20Tore Andre VaboCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
21Gabor FejesGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
22Torkil VeyheAssa Abloys.t.
23Hugo ForssellCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
24Gage HechtMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
25Axel ZingleGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
26Piter CamperoSauber Petronas Racings.t.
27Jens ReyndersCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
28William BartaBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
29Sepp KussMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
30Luke KeoughMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
31Eoin McCarthyGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
32Jonathan SalinasGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
33Isaac BolivarAssa Abloys.t.
34Pavel PotockiHelloFreshs.t.
35Matteo JorgensonVolcanica - Foxs.t.
36Daniel MartinGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
37Patrick BerczCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
38Andrei AmadorVolcanica - Foxs.t.
39Daniel Ricardo DiazHelloFreshs.t.
40Yannis VoisardSauber Petronas Racings.t.
41Adam De VosHelloFreshs.t.
42Jakub NovakCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
43Gregory DanielGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
44Xabier Mikel AzparrenTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
45Josue Gonzalez CortesVolcanica - Foxs.t.
46Sirak TesfomProject: Africas.t.
47Youcef ReguiguiProject: Africas.t.
48Joao GasparHelloFreshs.t.
49Nickolas ZukowskyAssa Abloys.t.
50Arthur VichotAssa Abloys.t.
51Gregory BrenesVolcanica - Foxs.t.
52Savva NovikovHelloFreshs.t.
53Thomas FaiersCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
54Jesus HerradaVolcanica - Foxs.t.
55Keagan GirdlestoneProject: Africas.t.
56Nawuti LiphongyuSauber Petronas Racings.t.
57Leopold KonigAssa Abloys.t.
58Bjorn Tore HoemTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
59Rasmus IversenTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
60Matus StocekCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
61Victor CampenaertsCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
62Gilles HeymesHelloFreshs.t.
63Connor McConveyGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
64Joel SuterCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
65Kevin ColleoniCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
66Evgenii TikhoninHelloFreshs.t.
67Joel YatesBinance Cyclings.t.
68Dion BeukeboomLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
69Miguel Angel BenitoBinance Cyclings.t.
70Daniel MunozLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
71Joao AlmeidaBinance Cyclings.t.
72Mushin MisbahSauber Petronas Racings.t.
73Jack Bernard MurphyGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
74Tobias Halland JohannessenTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
75Luis Enrique Lopez NolascoLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
76Marko PavlicTafjord Krafts.t.
77Rudy BarbierBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
78Iver Johan KnottenLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
79Guillaume MartinGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
80Thomas BonninAssa Abloys.t.
81Amaro AntunesBinance Cyclings.t.
82Antti-Jussi JuntunenCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
83Costa SeibebProject: Africas.t.
84Brandon McNultyMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
85Jaime RosonGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
86Eddie Van HeerdenProject: Africas.t.
87Mikel BizkarraCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
88Stan Van TrichtCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
89Thomas RevardMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
90Mohammad Saufi Mat SenanSauber Petronas Racings.t.
91Sebastian HenaoTafjord Krafts.t.
92Henry Antonio RojasVolcanica - Foxs.t.
93Maximilian WalscheidMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
94Pieter SerryCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
95Erick HerreraVolcanica - Foxs.t.
96Louis BlouweCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
97Janis DakterisCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
98Yevgeni NepomnyachsniyRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
99Yesid Albeiro PiraTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
100Alexandr NepomnyachsniyRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
101Tormod JacobsenBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
102Lorents Ola AasvoldGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
103Siim KiskonenBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
104Jefferson Alexander CepedaLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
105Andrei SakalouBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
106Alex JulajujLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
107Wataru MutsumineLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
108Noah GraniganMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
109Andreas LeknessundRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
110Luis AfonsoBinance Cyclings.t.
111Eirik LunderTafjord Krafts.t.
112Tobias BayerRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
113Cyril GautierCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
114Guillermo Andres BeltranLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
115Venantas LasinisRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
116Philip LaveryTafjord Krafts.t.
117Patrick OlesenCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
118Ajay Pandit ChhetriSauber Petronas Racings.t.
119Egidijus JuodvalkisRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
120Jakub OtrubaSauber Petronas Racings.t.
121Anders Halland JohannessenTafjord Krafts.t.
122Jonas Iversby HvidebergTafjord Krafts.t.
123Kent MainProject: Africas.t.
124Michael O'LoughlinGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
125Momchil RobovBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
126Oier LazkanoTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
127Jarrad DriznersCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
128Juri HollmannTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
129Goldwijnn CannisterCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
130Idar AndersenTafjord Krafts.t.
131Sulkhan AkhmaeviRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
1Jonathan SalinasGjensidige Pro Cycling Team16h48'58
2Youcef ReguiguiProject: Africa+ 8
3Sepp KussMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 12
4William BartaBWT Hyundai N Cycling+ 20
5Joao GasparHelloFreshs.t.
6Daniel MartinGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
7Miguel Angel BenitoBinance Cyclings.t.
8Luis AfonsoBinance Cyclings.t.
9Pieter SerryCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
10Andreas LeknessundRed Bull Zalgiris+ 49
11Gabriel MarinVolcanica - Fox+ 1'05
12Sulkhan AkhmaeviRed Bull Zalgiris+ 1'15
13Thomas PidcockProject: Africa+ 1'27
14Arthur VichotAssa Abloys.t.
15Torkil VeyheAssa Abloys.t.
16Jakob RatheMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
17Marko PavlicTafjord Krafts.t.
18Gregory BrenesVolcanica - Foxs.t.
19Jesus HerradaVolcanica - Foxs.t.
20Keagan GirdlestoneProject: Africas.t.
21Thomas FaiersCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
22Jakub NovakCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
23Sean DowneyGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
24Joao AlmeidaBinance Cyclings.t.
25Isaac BolivarAssa Abloys.t.
26Daniel Ricardo DiazHelloFreshs.t.
27Andrei AmadorVolcanica - Foxs.t.
28Piter CamperoSauber Petronas Racings.t.
29Gregory DanielGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
30Savva NovikovHelloFreshs.t.
31Matteo JorgensonVolcanica - Foxs.t.
32Josue Gonzalez CortesVolcanica - Foxs.t.
33Daniel MunozLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
34Nawuti LiphongyuSauber Petronas Racings.t.
35Nickolas ZukowskyAssa Abloys.t.
36Pavel PotockiHelloFreshs.t.
37Leopold KonigAssa Abloys.t.
38Bjorn Tore HoemTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
39Thomas BonninAssa Abloys.t.
40Jaime RosonGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
41Mohammad Saufi Mat SenanSauber Petronas Racings.t.
42Adam De VosHelloFreshs.t.
43Sebastian HenaoTafjord Krafts.t.
44Connor McConveyGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
45Dobrin LilovskiBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
46Wataru MutsumineLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
47Costa SeibebProject: Africas.t.
48Evgenii TikhoninHelloFreshs.t.
49Michael O'LoughlinGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
50Amaro AntunesBinance Cyclings.t.
51Guillaume MartinGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
52Gilles HeymesHelloFreshs.t.
53Cyril GautierCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
54Guillermo Andres BeltranLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
55Brandon McNultyMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
56Luis Enrique Lopez NolascoLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
57Thomas RevardMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
58Philip LaveryTafjord Krafts.t.
59Jakub OtrubaSauber Petronas Racings.t.
60Patrick BerczCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
61Mikel BizkarraCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
62Tobias Halland JohannessenTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
63Tormod JacobsenBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
64Jefferson Alexander CepedaLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
65Alex JulajujLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
66Yevgeni NepomnyachsniyRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
67Erick HerreraVolcanica - Foxs.t.
68Mushin MisbahSauber Petronas Racings.t.
69Oier LazkanoTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
70Ajay Pandit ChhetriSauber Petronas Racings.t.
71Yesid Albeiro PiraTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
72Lorents Ola AasvoldGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
73Siim KiskonenBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
74Egidijus JuodvalkisRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
75Venantas LasinisRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
76Andrei SakalouBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
77Luke KeoughMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 5'57
78Alexander KriegerCrabbe-CC Chevigny+ 6'09
79Joel SuterCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
80Michael VingerlingHelloFresh+ 6'17
81Christian RanneriesTafjord Krafts.t.
82Emils LiepinsCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
83Goldwijnn CannisterCarlsberg - Danske Bank+ 6'21
84Idar AndersenTafjord Kraft+ 6'25
85Max LoschBWT Hyundai N Cycling+ 6'29
86Zhihui JiangSauber Petronas Racings.t.
87James OramGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
88Viktor ManakovCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
89Gabor FejesGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
90Sirak TesfomProject: Africas.t.
91Eirik LunderTafjord Krafts.t.
92Xabier Mikel AzparrenTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
93Jarrad DriznersCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
94Eoin McCarthyGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
95Anders Halland JohannessenTafjord Krafts.t.
96Rudy BarbierBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
97Yannis VoisardSauber Petronas Racings.t.
98Victor CampenaertsCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
99Axel ZingleGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
100Momchil RobovBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
101Gage HechtMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
102Matus StocekCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
103Maximilian WalscheidMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
104Patrick OlesenCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
105Eddie Van HeerdenProject: Africas.t.
106Jonas Iversby HvidebergTafjord Krafts.t.
107Kent MainProject: Africas.t.
108Stan Van TrichtCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
109Louis BlouweCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
110Tobias BayerRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
111Juri HollmannTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
112Jens ReyndersCarlsberg - Danske Bank+ 8'12
113Anthony LavoineCarrefour - ESPN+ 9'57
114Itamar EinhornRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
115Jack Bernard MurphyGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 10'05
116Noah GraniganMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
117Kevin ColleoniCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
118Joel YatesBinance Cycling+ 11'27
119Oscar AvelinoGjensidige Pro Cycling Team+ 11'39
120Hugo ForssellCarlsberg - Danske Bank+ 11'55
121Antti-Jussi JuntunenCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
122Sam BennettGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 12'27
123Iver Johan KnottenLos Pollos Hermanos+ 12'35
124Polychronis TzortzakisBinance Cycling+ 12'49
125Janis DakterisCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
126Dion BeukeboomLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
127Henry Antonio RojasVolcanica - Foxs.t.
128Felix GrossTryg - Ritter Sport+ 13'55
129Alexandr NepomnyachsniyRed Bull Zalgiris+ 16'37
130Tore Andre VaboCarlsberg - Danske Bank+ 16'47
131Rasmus IversenTryg - Ritter Sport+ 17'09
1pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Oscar Avelino54
2pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Michael Vingerling49
3pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/mck.png Luke Keough48
4pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Sam Bennett48
5pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Gabriel Marin48
6pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Christian Ranneries46
7pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Alexander Krieger40
8pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Max Losch40
9pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/rbz.png Andreas Leknessund38
10pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/car.png Anthony Lavoine38
King of Mountains
1pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/cdb.png Goldwijnn Cannister12
2pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Idar Andersen8
3pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Philip Lavery6
4pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Andrei Sakalou6
5pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Jaime Roson4
6pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/rbz.png Sulkhan Akhmaevi4
7pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bnb.png Joel Yates4
8pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/afr.png Keagan Girdlestone2
9pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/cdb.png Tore Andre Vabo2
1pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png William Barta16h49'18"
2pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/rbz.png Andreas Leknessund+ 29"
3pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/rbz.png Sulkhan Akhmaevi+55"
4pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/afr.png Thomas Pidcock+ 1'07"
5pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/afr.png Keagan Girdlestones.t.
6pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bnb.png Joao Almeidas.t.
7pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Savva Novikovs.t.
8pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Matteo Jorgensons.t.
9pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/lph.png Daniel Munozs.t.
10pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/aab.png Nickolas Zukowskys.t.
1pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bnb.png Binance Cycling50h29'01"
2pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Glanbia Foods Cycling Project+1'07"
3pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Hello Freshs.t.
4pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png BWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
5pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/mck.png McCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
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