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Vuelta al Tachira - Stage 7
Stage Profile

El Vigia
P ⇤ 9" ⇥ E3 ⇤ 1'15" ⇥ E2 ⇤ 53" ⇥ E1
Pulling in the Pack:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/rbz.png Akhmaevipcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/afr.png Van Heerdenpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Jiangpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Vingerling
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Avelinopcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/mck.png Walscheidpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Marin
There was a big early presence at the front from pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/rbz.png Red Bull - Zalgiris, but their only interest was in launching their own man into the breakaway rather than actually controlling it. Instead a variety of teams were forced to cooperate in order to keep the fluctuating number of escapees from reaching critical mass.

Given that there was still fighting to determine who the constituents of the day's break would be, the leading group came rolling through the intermediate sprint with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Pieter Serry at its head.

Breakaway of the Day
P ⇤ 3'02" ⇥ E1
Pulling in the Pack:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Marinpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Avelinopcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Vingerlingpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Jiang
The quartet of teams working in the peloton eventually decided that 18 riders was an acceptable number. A large number, but not overly significant given the existing gaps in the general classification. The day's break consisted of:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/car.png Gautier
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Johannessenpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Lavery
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/afr.png Mainpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/afr.png Seibeb
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/aab.png Konig
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Serry
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png McConvey
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/rbz.png Bayerpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/rbz.png Lasinispcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/rbz.png Juodvalkis
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Robovpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Jacobsenpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Sakalou
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/cdb.png Olesen
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/lph.png Lopez Nolasco
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/car.png Bizkarra
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/mck.png Hecht

The names to keep an eye on were pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/aab.png Leopold Konig, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/cdb.png Patrick Olesen, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/afr.png Costa Seibeb, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/car.png Mikel Bizkarra, and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Andrei Sakalou.

P ⇤ 2'03" ⇥ E1
Pulling in the Pack:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Marinpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Vingerling
Not much excitement happening throughout the central third of the stage. The breakaway's lead slowly worn down, with those working in the peloton suggesting that pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Andrei Amador (the overall favourite) and one of pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Daniel Ricardo Diaz or pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Pavel Potocki were in at least decent form.

Base of the Final Climb
P ⇤ 1'35" ⇥ E1
Pulling in the Pack:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Marinpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Gonzalez Cortespcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Jorgenson
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Vingerlingpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Tikhoninpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Oram
With barely more than a minute-and-a-half over the pack and more than thirty uphill kilometres remaining the breakaway's chances of making it the line had rapidly disappated. That can be hardly be surprising, given that all the teams that were contributing to the chase needed a disruptive day in order to claw back time on the yellow jersey.

Alto El Suspiro
... ⇥ P ⇤ 45" ⇥ Group Bizkarra ⇤ 27" ⇥ Konig & Lavery
Pulling in the Pack:
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Tikhoninpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Novikovpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Gasparpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Jorgenson
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Jiangpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Voisardpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Mat Senanpcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Otruba
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/aab.png Konig was the first to launch, and the Czech climber quickly built up a gap that only pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/cdb.png Olesen appeared interested in bridging. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/lph.png Lopez Nolasco was leading the chase, and the neo-pro was never going to be capable of catching that pair.

Instead it was the arrival of the pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Sauber Petronas train which finally spurred action from the remaining members of the break, as they fought to stay clear. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Serry moved himself to the front, and was able to bring pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/cdb.png Olesen back into the fold.

The high pace in the pack, which by then had been taken over by pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Gaspar, meant that the remaining escapees splintered. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Lavery bridged his way across to pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/aab.png Konig; leaving behind a group consisting of pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/car.png Bizkarra, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/cdb.png Olesen, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Sakalou, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/afr.png Seibeb, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Serry, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/rbz.png Juodvalkis, and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png McConvey as the only other survivors as they completed the climb's first section.

The Last Man Standing
The first notable rider to fall off the back of the pack was pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/lph.png Munoz, who was out with 13 kilometres remaining. A severe blow was dealt to the Colombian's hopes of winning the U25 classification. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Gaspar was the one setting the pace.

At the front, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Lavery proved that he had timed his move better, as he accelerated away from pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/aab.png Konig. Also on the move was pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/car.png Bizkarra, who quickly caught and surpassed the fading Czech cyclist.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/aab.png Konig was not one to give up easily however, and managed to fight his way back to pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/car.png Bizkarra after the latter's inital acceleration ended. They would later be joined by pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/afr.png Seibeb as well, but even with his support were not able to close on pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Lavery.

The breakaway didn't have enough steam to pull themselves all the way to victory either, and the infighting certaintly didn't help. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Aasvold took over from pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Gaspar with four kilometres remaining, and under his demanding tempo the escapees were forced to relent. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Lavery was the last to be captured with just inside two kilometres remaining.

Closing Kilometre
pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Aasvold did an excellent job controlling the pack for his leader pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Salinas; the pace too unrelenting to allow any of the other favourties to launch an attack. This instead meant that the winner would be determined by something of a mountain sprint. Accordingly, those who felt they had the legs for it approached the front.

From left-to-right we see pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Herrada riding protection for pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Amador, with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Campero and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/trg.png Hoem just inside of them. Then there was pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bnb.png Antunes being shielded by pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bnb.png Benito, with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Potocki caught in no man's land behind them.

Clustered together were pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/afr.png Girdlestone, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Salinas, and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Roson; all trying to make the most of pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Aasvold as a windbreak. Against the barrier on the right were former escapee pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Jacobsen and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Dan Martin.

Campero Into the Lead
The strongest of the bunch early on was pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Piter Campero, who built out a lead of a bikelength over pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/trg.png Hoem and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Herrada. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Amador was sat on the shoulder of the latter.

Also making good progress was pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Salinas, who had swung all the way across the road before beginning to accelerate - perhaps positining himself for the turn ahead. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Potocki had additionally done well for himself by closing up with those who had had superior early positioning.

Going the other way were pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Dan Martin and pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Roson; who didn't look like they would be competing today.

Yellow or the Polkadots?
Although he was still going strong pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Campero was facing challenges from both sides. On the left was a rapidly approaching pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Salinas with pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Potocki locked to his wheel; whilst pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Jacobsen had emerged as an unlikely challenger on the right.

The other surprise was that pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Amador looked like he had run out of gas, putting his teammate in an unfortunate position. The question being asked was whether pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Herrada ought to eek out every bit of performance his leader was capable of, or see what he could salvage himself.

Salinas' Second Stage
Eventually deciding on the latter option resulted in a podium finish for pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Jesus Herrada; but given his pace in the final few metres he could've easily managed the extra bikelength necessary for the stage win had he abandoned pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Amador as soon as he cracked instead of hesitating for a moment.

Instead the victory goes to pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Jonathan Salinas, much to the delight of the home fans. The yellow jersey wearer again showed his ability to time his surge perfectly to win shootouts on the most vicious of slopes. pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Pavel Potocki rounded out the top spots.

With his form evident and his nearest competitor (pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Piter Campero) nearly a minute and a half down, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Salinas was looking increasingly likely to add the overall victory to his tally. In the U25 competition, an excellent ride to 9th from pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bnb.png Almeida saw him usurp a mediocre, but not poor, pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Barta by a matter of seconds.

Stage Results
1Jonathan SalinasGjensidige Pro Cycling Team4h00'24
2Jesus HerradaVolcanica - Foxs.t.
3Pavel PotockiHelloFreshs.t.
4Piter CamperoSauber Petronas Racings.t.
5Tormod JacobsenBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
6Miguel Angel BenitoBinance Cycling+ 17
7Bjorn Tore HoemTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
8Daniel MartinGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
9Joao AlmeidaBinance Cyclings.t.
10Andrei AmadorVolcanica - Fox+ 33
11Keagan GirdlestoneProject: Africas.t.
12Lorents Ola AasvoldGjensidige Pro Cycling Team+ 44
13Jaime RosonGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
14Amaro AntunesBinance Cyclings.t.
15Sebastian HenaoTafjord Kraft+ 1'05
16Josue Gonzalez CortesVolcanica - Fox+ 1'14
17Philip LaveryTafjord Kraft+ 1'21
18Youcef ReguiguiProject: Africas.t.
19Daniel Ricardo DiazHelloFresh+ 1'29
20Joao GasparHelloFreshs.t.
21Erick HerreraVolcanica - Fox+ 1'40
22Sepp KussMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
23William BartaBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
24Mikel BizkarraCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
25Guillaume MartinGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
26Leopold KonigAssa Abloys.t.
27Marko PavlicTafjord Krafts.t.
28Ajay Pandit ChhetriSauber Petronas Racings.t.
29Costa SeibebProject: Africas.t.
30Kent MainProject: Africas.t.
31Mohammad Saufi Mat SenanSauber Petronas Racings.t.
32Thomas BonninAssa Abloys.t.
33Brandon McNultyMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
34Gregory DanielGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
35Pieter SerryCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
36Torkil VeyheAssa Abloys.t.
37Nawuti LiphongyuSauber Petronas Racings.t.
38Patrick OlesenCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
39Momchil RobovBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
40Thomas PidcockProject: Africas.t.
41Thomas FaiersCarrefour - ESPN+ 2'28
42Andrei SakalouBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
43Gilles HeymesHelloFreshs.t.
44Connor McConveyGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
45Jakub NovakCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
46Cyril GautierCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
47Jakub OtrubaSauber Petronas Racings.t.
48Yevgeni NepomnyachsniyRed Bull Zalgiris+ 3'13
49Venantas LasinisRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
50Egidijus JuodvalkisRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
51Adam De VosHelloFreshs.t.
52Thomas RevardMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
53Eddie Van HeerdenProject: Africas.t.
54Anders Halland JohannessenTafjord Krafts.t.
55Mushin MisbahSauber Petronas Racings.t.
56Dobrin LilovskiBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
57Andreas LeknessundRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
58Sulkhan AkhmaeviRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
59Idar AndersenTafjord Krafts.t.
60Luis Enrique Lopez NolascoLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
61Gabor FejesGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
62Wataru MutsumineLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
63Luis AfonsoBinance Cyclings.t.
64Gregory BrenesVolcanica - Fox+ 4'00
65Daniel MunozLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
66Yannis VoisardSauber Petronas Racings.t.
67Jakob RatheMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 4'23
68Gage HechtMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
69Tobias Halland JohannessenTryg - Ritter Sport+ 5'44
70Kevin ColleoniCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
71Stan Van TrichtCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
72Matteo JorgensonVolcanica - Foxs.t.
73Alex JulajujLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
74Yesid Albeiro PiraTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
75Xabier Mikel AzparrenTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
76Sirak TesfomProject: Africas.t.
77Arthur VichotAssa Abloys.t.
78Sean DowneyGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
79Axel ZingleGjensidige Pro Cycling Teams.t.
80Eirik LunderTafjord Krafts.t.
81Patrick BerczCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
82Tobias BayerRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
83Jonas Iversby HvidebergTafjord Krafts.t.
84Emils LiepinsCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
85Luke KeoughMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
86Isaac BolivarAssa Abloys.t.
87Siim KiskonenBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
88James OramGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
89Alexander KriegerCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
90Matus StocekCarlsberg - Danske Bank+ 6'50
91Tore Andre VaboCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
92Guillermo Andres BeltranLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
93Jefferson Alexander CepedaLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
94Louis BlouweCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
95Joel SuterCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
96Polychronis TzortzakisBinance Cyclings.t.
97Oier LazkanoTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
98Goldwijnn CannisterCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
99Max LoschBWT Hyundai N Cycling+ 7'14
100Victor CampenaertsCrabbe-CC Chevigny+ 7'40
101Savva NovikovHelloFresh+ 7'59
102Rasmus IversenTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
103Michael O'LoughlinGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
104Jack Bernard MurphyGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
105Joel YatesBinance Cyclings.t.
106Juri HollmannTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
107Zhihui JiangSauber Petronas Racings.t.
108Anthony LavoineCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
109Eoin McCarthyGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
110Hugo ForssellCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
111Jarrad DriznersCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
112Noah GraniganMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
113Nickolas ZukowskyAssa Abloys.t.
114Sam BennettGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 8'47
115Janis DakterisCarrefour - ESPN+ 9'29
116Oscar AvelinoGjensidige Pro Cycling Team+ 10'37
117Rudy BarbierBWT Hyundai N Cyclings.t.
118Henry Antonio RojasVolcanica - Fox+ 12'05
119Viktor ManakovCrabbe-CC Chevignys.t.
120Felix GrossTryg - Ritter Sports.t.
121Jens ReyndersCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
122Antti-Jussi JuntunenCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
123Dion BeukeboomLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
124Maximilian WalscheidMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
125Christian RanneriesTafjord Kraft+ 12'51
126Evgenii TikhoninHelloFresh+ 15'36
127Itamar EinhornRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
128Alexandr NepomnyachsniyRed Bull Zalgiriss.t.
139Iver Johan KnottenLos Pollos Hermanoss.t.
130Michael VingerlingHelloFresh+ 19'00
131Gabriel MarinVolcanica - Foxs.t.
1Jonathan SalinasGjensidige Pro Cycling Team21h46'11
2Piter CamperoSauber Petronas Racing+ 1'20
3Pavel PotockiHelloFresh+ 1'39
4Miguel Angel BenitoBinance Cycling+ 1'40
5Jesus HerradaVolcanica - Fox+ 2'07
6Andrei AmadorVolcanica - Fox+ 2'32
7Youcef ReguiguiProject: Africa+ 2'39
8Daniel MartinGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
9Joao AlmeidaBinance Cycling+ 2'41
10William BartaBWT Hyundai N Cycling+ 2'48
11Jaime RosonGjensidige Pro Cycling Team+ 3'16
12Sepp KussMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 3'21
13Bjorn Tore HoemTryg - Ritter Sport+ 3'27
14Sebastian HenaoTafjord Kraft+ 3'29
15Amaro AntunesBinance Cycling+ 4'11
16Jakub NovakCarrefour - ESPN+ 4'13
17Nawuti LiphongyuSauber Petronas Racings.t.
18Daniel Ricardo DiazHelloFresh+ 4'18
19Mohammad Saufi Mat SenanSauber Petronas Racing+ 4'23
20Pieter SerryCrabbe-CC Chevigny+ 4'38
21Guillaume MartinGjensidige Pro Cycling Team+ 4'57
22Keagan GirdlestoneProject: Africa+ 4'58
23Joao GasparHelloFresh+ 4'59
24Tormod JacobsenBWT Hyundai N Cycling+ 5'00
25Lorents Ola AasvoldGjensidige Pro Cycling Team+ 5'02
26Thomas BonninAssa Abloy+ 5'14
27Josue Gonzalez CortesVolcanica - Fox+ 5'20
28Marko PavlicTafjord Kraft+ 5'35
29Leopold KonigAssa Abloy+ 5'41
30Costa SeibebProject: Africa+ 6'03
31Brandon McNultyMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 6'14
32Andrei SakalouBWT Hyundai N Cycling+ 6'17
33Erick HerreraVolcanica - Fox+ 6'18
34Thomas FaiersCarrefour - ESPN+ 6'19
35Gilles HeymesHelloFresh+ 6'20
36Mikel BizkarraCarrefour - ESPN+ 6'26
37Connor McConveyGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 6'44
38Gregory DanielGjensidige Pro Cycling Team+ 6'50
39Gregory BrenesVolcanica - Fox+ 6'52
40Philip LaveryTafjord Kraft+ 6'58
41Ajay Pandit ChhetriSauber Petronas Racing+ 7'05
42Daniel MunozLos Pollos Hermanos+ 7'15
43Yevgeni NepomnyachsniyRed Bull Zalgiris+ 7'24
44Thomas RevardMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 7'26
45Mushin MisbahSauber Petronas Racing+ 8'12
46Thomas PidcockProject: Africa+ 8'23
47Venantas LasinisRed Bull Zalgiris+ 8'28
48Adam De VosHelloFresh+ 8'31
49Sulkhan AkhmaeviRed Bull Zalgiris+ 8'35
50Egidijus JuodvalkisRed Bull Zalgiris+ 8'56
51Luis Enrique Lopez NolascoLos Pollos Hermanos+ 9'13
52Andreas LeknessundRed Bull Zalgiris+ 9'27
53Jakub OtrubaSauber Petronas Racing+ 9'34
54Patrick OlesenCarlsberg - Danske Bank+ 9'56
55Yesid Albeiro PiraTryg - Ritter Sport+ 10'13
56Wataru MutsumineLos Pollos Hermanos+ 10'19
57Torkil VeyheAssa Abloy+ 11'08
58Luis AfonsoBinance Cyclings.t.
59Tobias Halland JohannessenTryg - Ritter Sport+ 11'47
60Savva NovikovHelloFresh+ 12'27
61Dobrin LilovskiBWT Hyundai N Cycling+ 12'37
62Kent MainProject: Africa+ 12'55
63Jefferson Alexander CepedaLos Pollos Hermanos+ 12'57
64Eddie Van HeerdenProject: Africa+ 14'07
65Momchil RobovBWT Hyundai N Cycling+ 14'10
66Alex JulajujLos Pollos Hermanos+ 14'17
67Cyril GautierCarrefour - ESPN+ 14'25
68Matteo JorgensonVolcanica - Fox+ 14'31
69Arthur VichotAssa Abloy+ 15'06
70Yannis VoisardSauber Petronas Racing+ 15'23
71Idar AndersenTafjord Kraft+ 15'34
72Sean DowneyGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 15'46
73Jakob RatheMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 16'46
74Anders Halland JohannessenTafjord Kraft+ 16'57
75Siim KiskonenBWT Hyundai N Cycling+ 17'10
76Isaac BolivarAssa Abloy+ 17'17
77Michael O'LoughlinGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 17'18
78Guillermo Andres BeltranLos Pollos Hermanos+ 17'21
79Patrick BerczCarrefour - ESPN+ 17'31
80Gabor FejesGjensidige Pro Cycling Team+ 17'42
81Stan Van TrichtCrabbe-CC Chevigny+ 17'50
82Oier LazkanoTryg - Ritter Sport+ 18'05
83Nickolas ZukowskyAssa Abloy+ 18'20
84Jonas Iversby HvidebergTafjord Kraft+ 18'25
85Gage HechtMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 18'58
86Joel SuterCarlsberg - Danske Bank+ 20'35
87Louis BlouweCrabbe-CC Chevigny+ 21'03
88Axel ZingleGjensidige Pro Cycling Team+ 21'08
89Tobias BayerRed Bull Zalgiris+ 21'22
90Xabier Mikel AzparrenTryg - Ritter Sport+ 21'56
91Matus StocekCarlsberg - Danske Bank+ 21'57
92Sirak TesfomProject: Africa+ 22'28
93Kevin ColleoniCarrefour - ESPN+ 22'43
94Juri HollmannTryg - Ritter Sport+ 22'44
95Jarrad DriznersCrabbe-CC Chevigny+ 23'10
96Luke KeoughMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 23'13
97Evgenii TikhoninHelloFresh+ 23'35
98Eirik LunderTafjord Kraft+ 23'51
99Goldwijnn CannisterCarlsberg - Danske Bank+ 23'53
100Eoin McCarthyGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 23'54
101Zhihui JiangSauber Petronas Racing+ 25'30
102Jack Bernard MurphyGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 25'55
103James OramGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 26'37
104Emils LiepinsCrabbe-CC Chevigny+ 26'39
105Joel YatesBinance Cycling+ 27'02
106Victor CampenaertsCrabbe-CC Chevigny+ 27'17
107Polychronis TzortzakisBinance Cycling+ 27'27
108Alexander KriegerCrabbe-CC Chevigny+ 27'40
109Max LoschBWT Hyundai N Cycling+ 29'15
110Tore Andre VaboCarlsberg - Danske Bank+ 30'41
111Jens ReyndersCarlsberg - Danske Bank+ 30'49
112Hugo ForssellCarlsberg - Danske Bank+ 31'09
113Noah GraniganMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 31'13
114Maximilian WalscheidMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 31'28
115Viktor ManakovCrabbe-CC Chevigny+ 31'59
116Anthony LavoineCarrefour - ESPN+ 32'01
117Henry Antonio RojasVolcanica - Fox+ 32'25
118Gabriel MarinVolcanica - Fox+ 33'25
119Janis DakterisCarrefour - ESPN+ 35'45
120Felix GrossTryg - Ritter Sport+ 35'48
121Itamar EinhornRed Bull Zalgiris+ 36'54
122Iver Johan KnottenLos Pollos Hermanos+ 36'56
123Antti-Jussi JuntunenCarlsberg - Danske Banks.t.
124Rasmus IversenTryg - Ritter Sport+ 37'00
125Christian RanneriesTafjord Kraft+ 37'18
126Rudy BarbierBWT Hyundai N Cycling+ 37'43
127Sam BennettGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 37'47
128Oscar AvelinoGjensidige Pro Cycling Team+ 38'24
129Dion BeukeboomLos Pollos Hermanos+ 38'43
130Michael VingerlingHelloFresh+ 42'15
131Alexandr NepomnyachsniyRed Bull Zalgiris+ 50'53
1pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Jonathan Salinas64
2pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Oscar Avelino54
3pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Michael Vingerling49
4pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Gabriel Marin48
5pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/mck.png Luke Keough48
6pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gla.png Sam Bennett48
7pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Christian Ranneries46
8pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/ccc.png Alexander Krieger40
9pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Max Losch40
10pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Piter Campero39
King of Mountains
1pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Piter Campero20
2pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Jonathan Salinas18
3pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png Pavel Potocki16
4pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/car.png Jakub Novak12
5pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/cdb.png Goldwijnn Cannister12
6pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Jesus Herrada10
7pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Philip Lavery10
8pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/taf.png Idar Andersen8
9pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Andrei Amador6
10pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Andrei Sakalou6
1pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bnb.png Joao Almeida
2pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bwt.png Will Barta+7"
3pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/afr.png Keagan Girdlestone+2'17"
4pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/mck.png Brandon McNulty+3'33"
5pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Erick Herrera+3'37"
1pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/bnb.png Binance65h25'58"
2pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/gct.png Gjensidige+32"
3pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/vlf.png Volcanica - Fox+1'32"
4pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/spr.png Sauber Petronas+2'31"
5pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2021/Micros/hlf.png HelloFresh+2'54"
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