Haedo finally takes stage victory

Sprinters split hairs for overall lead

Juan José Haedo (Team Saxo Bank) is nothing if not consistent at the Tour of Missouri, setting foot on the daily stage podium for each of the first three stages. Sprinters, however, only care about the top step and that position had been denied thrice by sprint rivals Mark Cavendish and Thor Hushovd.

In the Tour of Missouri's fourth consecutive bunch sprint, Haedo pounced on the steeply pitched "Capital Wall", adjacent to Jefferson City's majestic Capitol Building, to out-power the mighty Hushovd for that tantalizingly elusive victory. Italy's Dario Cataldo (Quick Step), the new leader of the young rider classification following Mark Cavendish’s (Columbia-HTC) withdrawal, rounded out the podium for the second consecutive day.

Without the feared finishing kick of Cavendish to worry about this stage, race leader Hushovd's Cervélo TestTeam reverted to a classic lead-out over the second of two 4.8-kilometre finishing circuits, only to have it derailed slightly by a crash. Haedo was also affected by the incident, forced to fight his way back to the head of affairs to contest for stage honours.

"There was a crash with three kilometres to go," said Haedo. "I sat back in the group because I got caught behind the crash. With one kilometre to go I got back around and I was about five or six guys behind Thor so I had to start my sprint from farther back. I didn't want to wait like I did yesterday and miss out. I preferred to be passed or not maybe because I wasn't strong enough. I ended up being good enough for a win today."

Haedo is on the rebound from sickness which forced him out of the Eneco Tour and the Argentinean is putting his re-found strength to good use on American roads. "I've been pretty consistent I will say," said Haedo. "It's pretty rewarding to come back and be strong again.

"Here you can wait until the final two kilometres to find your position but there [Europe - Ed.], if you are out of position with 30 kilometres to go then you are not going to make it to the front," said Haedo. "I think Cavendish is on the top of his game and he has the best team for that and that is why he wins so many races. My team is sometimes focused on other things like winning the Tour de France and it's hard to have the full support in all the races."

Hushovd, however, is such a rider with full support in the sprints. Denied a key cog in his Cervélo TestTeam lead-out train today, nonetheless Hushovd fired first among the sprinters approaching the 400-metre rise to the line.

"We were pulling with a couple of guys but we lost Brett [Lancaster] in the crash and we missed one man for the lead-out," said Hushovd. "I tried to go at 500 metres, a little too early, but we had no choice. I lost a bit of speed in the climb and then J.J. [Haedo] came from behind. We drag raced and he just beat me. Fair enough, he's a strong man.”

While Hushovd was able to rest his team in the previous two stages as Cavendish's Columbia-HTC set tempo, Cervélo TestTeam today assumed pace-making responsibilities in the peloton in defense of Hushovd's first stage in the race lead. "Today we had the jersey so we had to work for it and try to keep it," said Hushovd. "They [Hushovd's team-mates] did a great job today because they were pulling all day and it was our responsibility. We had the yellow jersey and unfortunately I couldn't win the sprint."

While stages two through four offered a parcours ripe for a breakaway, each of the stages somewhat surprisingly ended in bunch sprints. Haedo commented on the peloton lock down enforced by the field's ProTour squads. "I think if they [US domestic teams - Ed.] want to race then they have to race," said Haedo. "They can't wait until we get to the sprint. They have to do what they think is good for them.

"The European teams think the same because...what are these domestic teams waiting for? If you know that Thor is a sprinter and I am a sprinter then what are you waiting for, fifth? They have to make the race harder, not us," he said.

Break out the rule books, someone had to wear yellow

Haedo and Hushovd probably don't have the International Cycling Union (UCI) regulations as bedside reading, as each seemed befuddled as to why Haedo donned the first yellow jersey of his career. For the second day in a row at the Tour of Missouri, two sprinters ended the day tied on general classification time, in this instance Haedo and Hushovd.

"They just put me in the yellow and I have no idea why," said Haedo with a laugh. "If they put you in it then you can't complain."

The first place officials look for tie breaking purposes is fractions of a second from a time trial stage, but there have yet to be any contests against the clock at the Tour of Missouri. The next method of making general classification ranking falls on the aggregation of stage placings. Haedo and Hushovd each have one first, two seconds and one third place finish which totals to eight points; again, they're equal.

The third criteria falls to total of stage wins, of which the Argentinean and the Norwegian each have one; still a dead heat. The fourth method of distinguishing general classification placement is the highest placing in the most recently completed stage. Since Haedo won in today's Jefferson City stage while Hushovd finished second, the leader's jersey was awarded to Haedo.

Another stage, another race-long break

The 175.8km stage from St. James to Missouri's capital in Jefferson City began in a very aggressive fashion as riders fought to be the ones who would stay away for the day, absent former leader and double stage winner Cavendish, who did not start due to illness.

After many futile attempts, four riders were given just enough leash: Bernard Van Ulden (Jelly Belly), Jeff Louder (BMC Racing Team), Bradley White (OUCH p/b Maxxis) and Michael Creed (Team Type 1) gained just over three minutes, but cooperation between Cervélo TestTeam, Liquigas and Garmin-Slipstream kept them from gaining a more threatening advantage.

These three teams did the bulk of the work to control the race until the leaders succumbed just inside 10 kilometres to go having spent 132 kilometres off the front. Bradley White was the last of the quartet to be absorbed, reeled in just as he crossed the finish line to commence the two concluding 4.8-kilometre circuits in the heart of Jefferson City.

"It was a long break but it wasn't too bad," said White, awarded the most aggressive rider jersey for the day's efforts. "We were kind of feathering up there and we weren't going super hard.

"We were kind of playing with the peloton a little bit. We knew they were going to keep us at like two and a half to three minutes. We weren't riding super hard, but once the gap started going down we started turning it on. We were rolling good there for a while but they just had that extra momentum on us at the end."

While White was pleased to garner a podium appearance post-stage as most aggressive rider, he commented on the negative affect the competition has on breakaway dynamics. "You know, you get that most aggressive rider jersey and I think that kind of screws up the race a little bit. It really does,” he said. “I think it’s good and I thought they would give it to me because I was in the first move of the day and then again in the second move.

"We haven't done much yet this week and anything helps for the team," he added.

With two finishing circuits through the capital city to complete, stage three's most aggressive rider Matt Wilson (Team Type 1) attacked, but was quickly marked by Team Saxo Bank's Jens Voigt.

Coming into the final lap, David Zabriskie (Garmin-Slipstream) had a go, attacking not once but twice. He was fortunate enough to be at the front as a crash held up several riders just outside the protected three kilometres to go point. George Hincapie (Columbia-HTC) was one of those affected, as were key Hushovd team-mate Brett Lancaster and Lucas Sebastian Haedo (Colavita-Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light).

But the stage was destined to end in a sprint, and the class of Hushovd and Haedo showed through as they fought with all their might to get up the steep hill to the finish. Haedo claimed the win, giving Saxo Bank its biggest success of the Tour of Missouri.

Friday's time trial stage will prove decisive in clarifying the cluster of riders near the top of general classification. Seventy-seven riders in the peloton lie within 26 seconds of the race lead, while all of the time trial stalwarts such as David Zabriskie (Garmin-Slipstream), Levi Leipheimer (Astana), Gustav Larsson (Saxo Bank) and Tom Zirbel (Bissell Pro Cycling) sit equal on time.

Race leader Haedo harbors no illusions about his chances of staying in yellow after tomorrow's race of truth. "It's not like a prize because we have to defend it and I'm a sprinter,” he said. “But, this is my first yellow jersey ever and I'm going to be proud to be in it tomorrow."


#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Juan José Haedo (Arg) Team Saxo Bank4:07:55 
2Thor Hushovd (Nor) Cervélo Test Team  
3Dario Cataldo (Ita) Quick Step  
4Daniel Oss (Ita) Liquigas  
5Kyle Wamsley (USA) Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light  
6Bernhard Eisel (Aut) Team Columbia-HTC  
7Keven Lacombe (Can) Planet Energy  
8Antonio Cruz (USA) BMC Racing Team  
9Brent Bookwalter (USA) BMC Racing Team  
10Moises Aldape Chavez (Mex) Team Type 1  
11Davide Frattini (Ita) Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light  
12Jeremy Powers (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team  
13John Murphy (USA) OUCH Presented By Maxxis  
14Gustav Larsson (Swe) Team Saxo Bank  
15Alex Candelario (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies  
16George Hincapie (USA) Team Columbia-HTC  
17Marcel Wyss (Swi) Cervélo Test Team  
18Dan Bowman (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies  
19Guillaume Boivin (Can) Planet Energy  
20Danny Pate (USA) Garmin-Slipstream  
21Neil Shirley (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies  
22Jens Voigt (Ger) Team Saxo Bank  
23Jason Donald (USA) Garmin-Slipstream  
24Fabio Calabria (Aus) Team Type 1  
25Marco Pinotti (Ita) Team Columbia-HTC  
26Janez Brajkovic (Slo) Astana  
27Thomas Frei (Swi) BMC Racing Team  
28Lars Ytting Bak (Den) Team Saxo Bank  
29Marcus Ljungqvist (Swe) Team Saxo Bank  
30Brian Vandborg (Den) Liquigas  
31Levi Leipheimer (USA) Astana  
32Anthony Colby (USA) Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light  
33Michael Friedman (USA) Garmin-Slipstream  
34Matthew Crane (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team  
35Thomas Vedel Kvist (Den) Quick Step  
36Jurgen Van De Walle (Bel) Quick Step  
37Tomas Vaitkus (Ltu) Astana  
38David Veilleux (Can) Kelly Benefit Strategies  
39Andrew Bajadali (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies  
40Andrew Guptill (USA) Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light  
41Scott Wizanski (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies  
42Brett Lancaster (Aus) Cervélo Test Team  
43Andrey Zeits (Kaz) Astana  
44Steve Morabito (Swi) Astana  
45Valery Kobzarenko (Ukr) Team Type 1  
46Luis Romero Amaran (Cub) Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light  
47Mathias Frank (Swi) BMC Racing Team  
48Kevin Seeldraeyers (Bel) Quick Step  
49Tyler Wren (USA) Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light  
50Nicki Sorensen (Den) Team Saxo Bank  
51Michael Rogers (Aus) Team Columbia-HTC  
52David Zabriskie (USA) Garmin-Slipstream  
53Christopher Jones (USA) Team Type 1  
54Ryan Anderson (Can) Kelly Benefit Strategies  
55Steven Cozza (USA) Garmin-Slipstream  
56Peter Latham (NZl) Bissell Pro Cycling  
57Alexandr Dyachenko (Kaz) Astana  
58Craig Lewis (USA) Team Columbia-HTC  
59Darren Lill (RSA) Team Type 1  
60Floyd Landis (USA) OUCH Presented By Maxxis  
61Michael Barry (Can) Team Columbia-HTC  
62Chris Anker Sorensen (Den) Team Saxo Bank  
63Christopher Baldwin (USA) OUCH Presented By Maxxis  
64Rory Sutherland (Aus) OUCH Presented By Maxxis  
65Heinrich Haussler (Ger) Cervélo Test Team  
66Jeffry Louder (USA) BMC Racing Team  
67Florian Stalder (Swi) BMC Racing Team  
68Will Routley (Can) Jelly Belly Cycling Team  
69Reid Mumford (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies  
70Tom Zirbel (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling  
71Karl Menzies (Aus) OUCH Presented By Maxxis  
72Dominique Cornu (Bel) Quick Step  
73Kanstantsin Siutsou (Blr) Team Columbia-HTC  
74Jeremy Vennell (NZl) Bissell Pro Cycling  
75Bradley White (USA) OUCH Presented By Maxxis  
76Michael Creed (USA) Team Type 1  
77Jason McCartney (USA) Team Saxo Bank  
78Matthew Wilson (Aus) Team Type 1  
79Timothy Duggan (USA) Garmin-Slipstream  
80Ryan Roth (Can) Planet Energy  
81Danilo Wyss (Swi) BMC Racing Team  
82Kiel Reijnen (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team  
83Jeremy Hunt (GBr) Cervélo Test Team  
84Charles Bradley Huff (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team  
85Yaroslav Popovych (Ukr) Astana  
86Valerio Agnoli (Ita) Liquigas  
87Joaquin Novoa Menedez (Spa) Cervélo Test Team  
88Gregory Rast (Swi) Astana  
89Shawn Milne (USA) Team Type 1  
90Jackson Stewart (USA) BMC Racing Team  
91Phillip Gaimon (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team  
92Francesco Chicchi (Ita) Liquigas  
93Franco Pellizotti (Ita) Liquigas  
94Charly Vives (Can) Planet Energy  
95Ben Jacques-Maynes (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling  
96Andy Jacques-Maynes (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling  
97Francois Parisien (Can) Planet Energy  
98Edward King (USA) Cervélo Test Team  
99Timothy Johnson (USA) OUCH Presented By Maxxis  
100Omer Kem (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling  
101Frederique Robert (Bel) Quick Step  
102Frank Pipp (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling  
103Lucas Sebastian Haedo (Arg) Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light  
104Anibal Borrajo (Arg) Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light  
105Andrew Randell (Can) Planet Energy  
106Bruno Langlois (Can) Planet Energy  
107Martin Gilbert (Can) Planet Energy  
108Andreas Klier (Ger) Cervélo Test Team  
109Andrew Pinfold (Can) OUCH Presented By Maxxis  
110Bernard Van Ulden (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:04:33 
111Davide Malacarne (Ita) Quick Step  
112Addy Engels (Ned) Quick Step  
113Alessandro Vanotti (Ita) Liquigas0:06:43 
114William Frischkorn (USA) Garmin-Slipstream0:07:06 
115Matthew Rice (Aus) Jelly Belly Cycling Team  
DNFMark Cavendish (GBr) Team Columbia-HTC  
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Michael Creed (USA) Team Type 16 pts
2Bernard Van Ulden (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team5 
3Bradley White (USA) OUCH Presented By Maxxis4 
4Jeffry Louder (USA) BMC Racing Team3 
5Moises Aldape Chavez (Mex) Team Type 11 
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Team Saxo Bank12:23:45 
2BMC Racing Team  
3Team Columbia-HTC  
4Colavita/Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light  
5Kelly Benefit Strategies  
6Cervélo Test Team  
7Quick Step  
9Team Type 1  
11Planet Energy  
12Jelly Belly Cycling Team  
14Ouch Presented By Maxxis  
15Bissell Pro Cycling  
General classification after Stage 4
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Juan José Haedo (Arg) Team Saxo Bank15:35:08 
2Thor Hushovd (Nor) Cervélo Test Team  
3Dario Cataldo (Ita) Quick Step0:00:18 
4Moises Aldape Chavez (Mex) Team Type 1  
5Michael Friedman (USA) Garmin-Slipstream0:00:20 
6Tomas Vaitkus (Ltu) Astana  
7Michael Creed (USA) Team Type 10:00:21 
8Jeffry Louder (USA) BMC Racing Team  
9Chris Anker Sorensen (Den) Team Saxo Bank0:00:22 
10Michael Rogers (Aus) Team Columbia-HTC0:00:23 
11Timothy Duggan (USA) Garmin-Slipstream  
12Lars Ytting Bak (Den) Team Saxo Bank0:00:24 
13Matthew Wilson (Aus) Team Type 1  
14Kiel Reijnen (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:00:25 
15Bradley White (USA) OUCH Presented By Maxxis  
16Antonio Cruz (USA) BMC Racing Team0:00:26 
17Daniel Oss (Ita) Liquigas  
18Alex Candelario (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies  
19Davide Frattini (Ita) Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light  
20Janez Brajkovic (Slo) Astana  
21George Hincapie (USA) Team Columbia-HTC  
22Kevin Seeldraeyers (Bel) Quick Step  
23David Veilleux (Can) Kelly Benefit Strategies  
24Davide Malacarne (Ita) Quick Step  
25Guillaume Boivin (Can) Planet Energy  
26Frederique Robert (Bel) Quick Step  
27Thomas Vedel Kvist (Den) Quick Step  
28Danny Pate (USA) Garmin-Slipstream  
29Dominique Cornu (Bel) Quick Step  
30Lucas Sebastian Haedo (Arg) Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light  
31Brent Bookwalter (USA) BMC Racing Team  
32Luis Romero Amaran (Cub) Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light  
33Frank Pipp (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling  
34Jason Donald (USA) Garmin-Slipstream  
35Marco Pinotti (Ita) Team Columbia-HTC  
36Gustav Larsson (Swe) Team Saxo Bank  
37Brian Vandborg (Den) Liquigas  
38Danilo Wyss (Swi) BMC Racing Team  
39Anthony Colby (USA) Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light  
40Gregory Rast (Swi) Astana  
41Levi Leipheimer (USA) Astana  
42Nicki Sorensen (Den) Team Saxo Bank  
43Marcel Wyss (Swi) Cervélo Test Team  
44Darren Lill (RSA) Team Type 1  
45Thomas Frei (Swi) BMC Racing Team  
46Michael Barry (Can) Team Columbia-HTC  
47Steven Cozza (USA) Garmin-Slipstream  
48Jason McCartney (USA) Team Saxo Bank  
49Alexandr Dyachenko (Kaz) Astana  
50Karl Menzies (Aus) OUCH Presented By Maxxis  
51Andrey Zeits (Kaz) Astana  
52Jeremy Powers (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team  
53Jackson Stewart (USA) BMC Racing Team  
54Rory Sutherland (Aus) OUCH Presented By Maxxis  
55Andrew Pinfold (Can) OUCH Presented By Maxxis  
56David Zabriskie (USA) Garmin-Slipstream  
57Marcus Ljungqvist (Swe) Team Saxo Bank  
58Yaroslav Popovych (Ukr) Astana  
59Addy Engels (Ned) Quick Step  
60Peter Latham (NZl) Bissell Pro Cycling  
61Ryan Roth (Can) Planet Energy  
62Andrew Guptill (USA) Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light  
63Floyd Landis (USA) OUCH Presented By Maxxis  
64Reid Mumford (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies  
65Christopher Jones (USA) Team Type 1  
66Will Routley (Can) Jelly Belly Cycling Team  
67Andrew Bajadali (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies  
68Ben Jacques-Maynes (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling  
69Andrew Randell (Can) Planet Energy  
70Jeremy Vennell (NZl) Bissell Pro Cycling  
71Tom Zirbel (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling  
72Steve Morabito (Swi) Astana  
73Valery Kobzarenko (Ukr) Team Type 1  
74Heinrich Haussler (Ger) Cervélo Test Team  
75Christopher Baldwin (USA) OUCH Presented By Maxxis  
76Andy Jacques-Maynes (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling  
77Joaquin Novoa Menedez (Spa) Cervélo Test Team  
78Edward King (USA) Cervélo Test Team0:00:43 
79Bruno Langlois (Can) Planet Energy0:00:45 
80Neil Shirley (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies0:00:46 
81Scott Wizanski (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies  
82Ryan Anderson (Can) Kelly Benefit Strategies  
83Dan Bowman (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies  
84Brett Lancaster (Aus) Cervélo Test Team0:00:47 
85Andreas Klier (Ger) Cervélo Test Team  
86Martin Gilbert (Can) Planet Energy0:01:07 
87Mathias Frank (Swi) BMC Racing Team  
88John Murphy (USA) OUCH Presented By Maxxis0:01:08 
89Florian Stalder (Swi) BMC Racing Team0:01:14 
90Matthew Crane (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:01:23 
91Keven Lacombe (Can) Planet Energy0:01:31 
92Fabio Calabria (Aus) Team Type 1  
93Timothy Johnson (USA) OUCH Presented By Maxxis0:01:40 
94Bernhard Eisel (Aut) Team Columbia-HTC0:01:57 
95Phillip Gaimon (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:01:59 
96Kyle Wamsley (USA) Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light0:02:03 
97Craig Lewis (USA) Team Columbia-HTC0:02:05 
98Shawn Milne (USA) Team Type 10:02:14 
99Jens Voigt (Ger) Team Saxo Bank0:02:45 
100Kanstantsin Siutsou (Blr) Team Columbia-HTC  
101Valerio Agnoli (Ita) Liquigas  
102Anibal Borrajo (Arg) Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light  
103Franco Pellizotti (Ita) Liquigas  
104Jeremy Hunt (GBr) Cervélo Test Team  
105Omer Kem (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling0:04:15 
106Bernard Van Ulden (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:04:58 
107Charles Bradley Huff (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:05:09 
108Jurgen Van De Walle (Bel) Quick Step  
109Tyler Wren (USA) Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light0:05:52 
110Francois Parisien (Can) Planet Energy0:06:13 
111Charly Vives (Can) Planet Energy0:07:18 
112Matthew Rice (Aus) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:07:32 
113Francesco Chicchi (Ita) Liquigas0:07:43 
114William Frischkorn (USA) Garmin-Slipstream0:10:00 
115Alessandro Vanotti (Ita) Liquigas0:10:58 
Mountains classification
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Moises Aldape Chavez (Mex) Team Type 130 pts
2Chris Anker Sorensen (Den) Team Saxo Bank23 
3Matthew Wilson (Aus) Team Type 118 
4William Frischkorn (USA) Garmin-Slipstream15 
5Michael Friedman (USA) Garmin-Slipstream12 
6Tomas Vaitkus (Ltu) Astana11 
7Michael Creed (USA) Team Type 16 
8Andy Jacques-Maynes (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling6 
9Bernard Van Ulden (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team5 
10Jason Donald (USA) Garmin-Slipstream4 
11Bradley White (USA) OUCH Presented By Maxxis4 
12Danny Pate (USA) Garmin-Slipstream4 
13Janez Brajkovic (Slo) Astana3 
14David Veilleux (Can) Kelly Benefit Strategies3 
15Jeffry Louder (USA) BMC Racing Team3 
16Francois Parisien (Can) Planet Energy3 
17Michael Barry (Can) Team Columbia-HTC1 
18Shawn Milne (USA) Team Type 11 
Best young rider
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Dario Cataldo (Ita) Quick Step15:35:26 
2Kiel Reijnen (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:00:07 
3Daniel Oss (Ita) Liquigas0:00:08 
4Kevin Seeldraeyers (Bel) Quick Step  
5David Veilleux (Can) Kelly Benefit Strategies  
6Davide Malacarne (Ita) Quick Step  
7Guillaume Boivin (Can) Planet Energy  
8Frederique Robert (Bel) Quick Step  
9Thomas Vedel Kvist (Den) Quick Step  
10Dominique Cornu (Bel) Quick Step  
11Danilo Wyss (Swi) BMC Racing Team  
12Marcel Wyss (Swi) Cervélo Test Team  
13Thomas Frei (Swi) BMC Racing Team  
14Steven Cozza (USA) Garmin-Slipstream  
15Andrey Zeits (Kaz) Astana  
16Ryan Anderson (Can) Kelly Benefit Strategies0:00:28 
17Mathias Frank (Swi) BMC Racing Team0:00:49 
18Matthew Crane (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:01:05 
19Keven Lacombe (Can) Planet Energy0:01:13 
20Fabio Calabria (Aus) Team Type 1  
21Phillip Gaimon (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:01:41 
22Craig Lewis (USA) Team Columbia-HTC0:01:47 
23Valerio Agnoli (Ita) Liquigas0:02:27 
24Charly Vives (Can) Planet Energy0:07:00 
Teams classification
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Quick Step46:46:42 
2BMC Racing Team  
3Team Columbia-HTC  
4Kelly Benefit Strategies  
5Colavita/Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light  
6Team Saxo Bank  
7Cervélo Test Team  
8Team Type 1  
9Jelly Belly Cycling Team  
10Planet Energy  
12Ouch Presented By Maxxis  
14Bissell Pro Cycling  


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