Lapthorne wins gruelling Stage 3

Haig takes yellow, Huon-Genesys weather Drapac storm

Darren Lapthorne has won an epic 104km stage three of the Caterpillar Tour of Tasmania that saw Drapac Cycling take the fight right up to the Huon-Genesys team. Lapthorne won from a four man breakaway over Jack Haig (Huon-Genesys), teammate Robbie Hucker with Brodie Talbot (Caterpillar) finishing just off the pace after being distanced in the final kilometres.

Haig came into the stage 1:48 ahead of Hucker, 3:00 in front of Talbot and 3:13 ahead of Lapthorne on the general classification and thus the situation remained comfortable for the Huon-Genesys squad as Haig was towed to the race lead by his three breakaway companions.

The move, however, was not free of risk for the Huon-Genesys squad as their five man stranglehold on the race GC has been reduced to a one man battle as Haig will now have to fend off attacks from Hucker, Lapthorne and Talbot in the coming days.

"To come away with the yellow is a bit of a bonus, and it will be interesting to see how it goes for the rest of the tour – hopefully we can keep it," said Haig after moving into the overall lead.

Riders departed on a wet and cold morning in Hamilton with reports of temperatures as low as three degrees at the stage finish at Lake St Clair doing little to boost their enthusiasm.

It took a while for the right selection of riders to gain a significant advantage but the once correct combination of seven riders found their way off the front of the peloton they quickly built their lead to over three minutes by the 30km mark.

Riders present in the break were Floris Goesinnen (Drapac), Rowan Dever (Target Trek), Gerald Evans (Polygon), Peter Herzig (Budget Forklifts), Nick Bensley (CharterMason) and Daniel O'Keefe (GPM Data#3).

The time gap was out to four minutes over the top of the first KOM of the day where Dever crossed the line ahead of Herzig and Goesinnen with 65km still to race.

Soon after, a chase group of nine riders began bridging from the peloton to the leading group of seven. As the race progressed onto the difficult second KOM of the day, 4.4km at nearly 7%, four riders emerged from the chase group and passed the break to move into the lead of race.

Lapthorne, Hucker and Talbot were pushing the pace of the three man group whilst Jack Haig was playing the role of policeman for the Huon-Genesys team.

With 30km left to race, what remained of the original break, and the chasers that had bridged across, totalled roughly 30 riders and they sat 1:30 behind the leading quartet. There remained time for a coordinated chase to bring the race back together, but a lack of cohesion saw the four off the front extend their lead out to over three minutes with 10km to race.

No attacks came until the final kilometres when Haig and Lapthorne got a gap on Talbot and Hucker. Hucker made it back across as Lapthorne closed out a very successful stage for the Drapac team as Haig snuck in for second.

"The plan was really to set Robbie Hucker back into contention, because he's almost a minute in front of me in the general classification," Lapthorne explained. "We planned to get away with one of the Huon-Genesys guys because if we didn't, we knew we'd have the whole team chasing pretty hard.

"Once we had the right combination of riders away we all committed and it just worked out perfectly. I got the stage win and Robbie is second on general classification so we're right back in this race," Lapthorne said.

Race leader at the start of the day, Nathan Earle (Huon-Genesys), remained positive despite dropping down to sixth on the general classification.

"It was a really good result for Jack, he's up there now in the leader's jersey and still has a good gap on the rest of the guys," Earle said. "Obviously it's a little bit disappointing that we were so far back in the peloton, but that's just racing and there was nothing we could really do about that.

"Jai [Crawford] and I have only dropped down a few places, so we're still right up there, and Jack's in the lead – so things for the team are good," Earle said.

There were no changes in the sprint and king of the mountain classifications as Alexander Ray (Target Trek) and Thomas Hamilton (VIS) held their respective jerseys. Along with the overall race lead, Haig also continues to hold the best young rider's jersey whilst Drapac reduced Huon-Genesys' lead in the team classification from 5:24 to 1:52.

The Tour of Tasmania continues tomorrow with action a plenty on the difficult 93km stage from Launceston to Grindewald where riders will crest a tough 8% 2.5km climb with just four kilometres to race.

More to come

Results

#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Darren Lapthorne (Vic) Drapac Cycling2:55:42 
2Jack Haig (Vic) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team  
3Robbie Hucker (Vic) Drapac Cycling  
4Brodie Talbot (NSW) Caterpillar0:00:08 
5William Walker (Vic) Drapac Cycling0:03:32 
6Jordan Kerby (Qld) Budget Forklifts  
7Callum Scotson (SA) Euride Racing  
8Harry Carpenter (SA) Euride Racing  
9James Szollosi (Qld) Caterpillar  
10Joshua Prete (Qld) Budget Forklifts  
11Lucas Hamilton (Vic) Jayco/Apollo Vis Men's Road Team  
12Nathan Earle (Tas) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team  
13Nathan Elliott (Vic) Caterpillar  
14Floris Goesinnen (Ned) Drapac Cycling  
15Jason Spencer (Vic) Chartermason Drapac Development Team  
16Jacob Restall (Qld) Caterpillar  
17Jai Crawford (Tas) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team  
18Jordan Davies (NSW) St George Skoda Hp Team  
19Justin Gassner (SA) Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team  
20Eric Sheppard (Vic) Search2Retain P/B Health.Com.Au  
21Oscar Stevenson (Vic) Jayco/Apollo Vis Men's Road Team  
22Ben Dyball (NSW) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team  
23Mitchell Cooper (Vic) Satalyst Giant Racing Team  
24Oliver Martin (Tas) Team Polygon Australia  
25Mark O'Brien (Vic) Euride Racing  
26Karl Evans (SA) Budget Forklifts  
27Josh Aldridge (NZl) Downer Edi Mining National Cycling Team  
28Matthew Clark (Vic) Chartermason Drapac Development Team  
29Andrew Roe (SA) Euride Racing  
30Peter Herzig (Qld) Budget Forklifts  
31Nick Bensley (Vic) Chartermason Drapac Development Team  
32Rowan Dever (Vic) Target Trek Racing Team  
33Timothy Cameron (ACT) St George Skoda Hp Team  
34Alexander Morgan (Vic) Jayco/Apollo Vis Men's Road Team  
35Daniel Molyneux (NZl) Downer Edi Mining National Cycling Team0:14:37 
36Sam Mccallum (Tas) Team Polygon Australia  
37Fergus Sully (Vic) Target Trek Racing Team0:18:28 
38James Swadling (NSW) Goodstone Group  
39Tyler Spurrell (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team  
40Rhys Gillett (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team  
41Gerald Evans (Tas) Team Polygon Australia  
42Jesse Ewart (NSW) Gpm Data#3  
43Alistair Donohoe (Vic) Search2Retain P/B Health.Com.Au  
44Mathew Marshall (NZl) Satalyst Giant Racing Team  
45Henry Morley (WA) Satalyst Giant Racing Team  
46Morgan Smith (NZl) Chartermason Drapac Development Team  
47Jeremy Cameron (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team  
48Lachlan Edwards (NSW) St George Skoda Hp Team  
49Sam Crome (Vic) Chartermason Drapac Development Team  
50Jayden Copp (Qld) Caterpillar  
51Cameron Bayly (SA) Search2Retain P/B Health.Com.Au  
52Patrick Shaw (Vic) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team  
53Caleb Jones (NSW) Gpm Data#3  
54Samuel Davis (WA) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team  
55Zane Hunter (Vic) Seight Test Team P/B The Biomechanics  
56Saxon Irvine (NSW) Downer Edi Mining National Cycling Team  
57Nicholas Katsonis (Vic) Chartermason Drapac Development Team  
58Joseph Cooper (NZl) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team  
59Michael Torckler (NZl) Chartermason Drapac Development Team  
60Daniel O'Keefe (NSW) Gpm Data#3  
61Alexander Porter (SA) Euride Racing  
62Bernard Sulzberger (Tas) Drapac Cycling  
63Steven Waite (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team  
64Zac Quinn (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team  
65Thomas Hamilton (Vic) Jayco/Apollo Vis Men's Road Team  
66Alexander Ray (NZl) Target Trek Racing Team  
67Stuart Smith (Vic) Search2Retain P/B Health.Com.Au0:27:58 
68Matthew Leonard (Vic) Seight Test Team P/B The Biomechanics  
69Chris Jory (NSW) Gpm Data#3  
70Scott Bradburn (NSW) Downer Edi Mining National Cycling Team  
71Jack Mcculloch (NSW) St George Skoda Hp Team  
72Andrew Clarkson (SA) Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team  
73Alex Clements (Tas) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team  
74Jonathan Bolton (WA) Satalyst Giant Racing Team  
75Alex Edmondson (SA) Euride Racing  
76Peter Hatton (WA) Satalyst Giant Racing Team  
77Jason Rigg (Tas) Team Polygon Australia  
78Joel Strachan (Vic) Target Trek Racing Team  
79Luca Giacomin (Vic) Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team  
80Lachlan Ambrose (SA) Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team  
81Daniel Nelson (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team  
82Darcy Woolley (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team  
83Luke Parker (Vic) Jayco/Apollo Vis Men's Road Team  
84Jack Hogan (SA) Goodstone Group  
85Matthew Gassner (SA) Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team  
86Samuel Nelson (NSW) St George Skoda Hp Team  
87Jonathan Stephens (SA) Goodstone Group  
88Jay Dutton (NSW) St George Skoda Hp Team  
89Ben Grenda (Tas) Team Polygon Australia  
90Jacob Langham (Tas) Team Polygon Australia  
91Oliver Kent-Spark (Vic) Search2Retain P/B Health.Com.Au  
92Jeremy Scott (NSW) St George Skoda Hp Team  
93John Walker (Vic) Drapac Cycling  
94James Rendall (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team  
95William Derham (Vic) Target Trek Racing Team  
96Aaron Watts (NSW) Downer Edi Mining National Cycling Team  
97Cal Britten (Vic) Search2Retain P/B Health.Com.Au  
98Nicholas Horsley (Tas) Goodstone Group  
99Taylor Gunman (NZl) Chartermason Drapac Development Team  
100Vaughan Bowman (Vic) Target Trek Racing Team  
101Malcolm Rudolph (Qld) Drapac Cycling  
102Shaun O'Callaghan (Vic) Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team  
103Ben Carman (Qld) Downer Edi Mining National Cycling Team  
104Michael Hale (Vic) Seight Test Team P/B The Biomechanics  
105Daniel Bonello (NSW) Gpm Data#3  
106Marc Williams (ACT) Budget Forklifts  
DNFIvan Michelin-Beard (Vic) Seight Test Team P/B The Biomechanics  
Intermediate sprints - sprint 1 - Ouse
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Alexander Ray (NZl) Target Trek Racing Team3 pts
2Shaun O'Callaghan (Vic) Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team2 
3Jacob Restall (Qld) Caterpillar1 
Sprint 2 - Marlborough Hwy
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Robbie Hucker (Vic) Drapac Cycling3 pts
2Darren Lapthorne (Vic) Drapac Cycling2 
3Brodie Talbot (NSW) Caterpillar1 
Sprint 3 - Lake St Clair (stage finish)
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Darren Lapthorne (Vic) Drapac Cycling5 pts
2Jack Haig (Vic) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team3 
3Robbie Hucker (Vic) Drapac Cycling2 
4Brodie Talbot (NSW) Caterpillar1 
King of the mountains - KOM 1 - Wayatinah (cat3)
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Rowan Dever (Vic) Target Trek Racing Team5 pts
2Peter Herzig (Qld) Budget Forklifts3 
3Floris Goesinnen (Ned) Drapac Cycling2 
4Nick Bensley (Vic) Chartermason Drapac Development Team1 
KOM 2 - Tungatinah (cat3)
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Brodie Talbot (NSW) Caterpillar5 pts
2Darren Lapthorne (Vic) Drapac Cycling3 
3Jack Haig (Vic) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team2 
4Robbie Hucker (Vic) Drapac Cycling1 
Teams
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Drapac Cycling8:50:38 
2Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers0:03:32 
3Caterpillar0:03:40 
4Euride Racing0:07:04 
5Budget Forklifts  
6Jayco/Apollo VIS Men's Road  
7CharterMason Drapac Development Team  
8St George Skoda HP0:22:00 
9Team Polygon Australia0:33:05 
10Downer EDi Mining National  
11Satalyst Giant Racing Team0:36:56 
12search2retain p/b health.com.au  
13Target Trek Racing Team  
14African Wildlife Safaris0:51:52 
15GPM Data#3  
16Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team0:55:56 
17Goodstone Group1:10:52 
18Seight Test Team p/b  
General classification after stage 3
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Jack Haig (Vic) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team7:13:34 
2Robbie Hucker (Vic) Drapac Cycling0:01:48 
3Darren Lapthorne (Vic) Drapac Cycling0:03:05 
4Brodie Talbot (NSW) Caterpillar0:03:09 
5Nathan Earle (Tas) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team0:03:38 
6Jai Crawford (Tas) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team  
7Ben Dyball (NSW) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team0:04:06 
8William Walker (Vic) Drapac Cycling0:05:21 
9Floris Goesinnen (Ned) Drapac Cycling0:05:26 
10Jason Spencer (Vic) Chartermason Drapac Development Team0:05:30 
11Matthew Clark (Vic) Chartermason Drapac Development Team  
12Joshua Prete (Qld) Budget Forklifts0:05:35 
13Karl Evans (SA) Budget Forklifts  
14Peter Herzig (Qld) Budget Forklifts  
15Jacob Restall (Qld) Caterpillar0:06:37 
16James Szollosi (Qld) Caterpillar0:06:38 
17Oscar Stevenson (Vic) Jayco/Apollo Vis Men's Road Team  
18Harry Carpenter (SA) Euride Racing  
19Eric Sheppard (Vic) Search2Retain P/B Health.Com.Au  
20Jordan Davies (NSW) St George Skoda Hp Team  
21Mark O'Brien (Vic) Euride Racing  
22Josh Aldridge (NZl) Downer Edi Mining National Cycling Team  
23Oliver Martin (Tas) Team Polygon Australia  
24Justin Gassner (SA) Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team  
25Timothy Cameron (ACT) St George Skoda Hp Team  
26Alexander Morgan (Vic) Jayco/Apollo Vis Men's Road Team  
27Mitchell Cooper (Vic) Satalyst Giant Racing Team  
28Rowan Dever (Vic) Target Trek Racing Team  
29Nathan Elliott (Vic) Caterpillar0:08:17 
30Callum Scotson (SA) Euride Racing0:09:00 
31Andrew Roe (SA) Euride Racing  
32Jordan Kerby (Qld) Budget Forklifts0:10:38 
33Nick Bensley (Vic) Chartermason Drapac Development Team0:11:26 
34Daniel Molyneux (NZl) Downer Edi Mining National Cycling Team0:17:43 
35Sam Mccallum (Tas) Team Polygon Australia  
36Joseph Cooper (NZl) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team0:18:34 
37Bernard Sulzberger (Tas) Drapac Cycling0:20:22 
38Sam Crome (Vic) Chartermason Drapac Development Team0:20:26 
39Michael Torckler (NZl) Chartermason Drapac Development Team  
40Nicholas Katsonis (Vic) Chartermason Drapac Development Team0:20:28 
41Tyler Spurrell (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team0:21:34 
42Rhys Gillett (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team  
43Jayden Copp (Qld) Caterpillar  
44Saxon Irvine (NSW) Downer Edi Mining National Cycling Team  
45James Swadling (NSW) Goodstone Group  
46Mathew Marshall (NZl) Satalyst Giant Racing Team  
47Fergus Sully (Vic) Target Trek Racing Team  
48Steven Waite (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team  
49Caleb Jones (NSW) Gpm Data#3  
50Cameron Bayly (SA) Search2Retain P/B Health.Com.Au  
51Zac Quinn (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team  
52Zane Hunter (Vic) Seight Test Team P/B The Biomechanics  
53Jesse Ewart (NSW) Gpm Data#3  
54Henry Morley (WA) Satalyst Giant Racing Team  
55Daniel O'Keefe (NSW) Gpm Data#3  
56Morgan Smith (NZl) Chartermason Drapac Development Team0:21:37 
57Patrick Shaw (Vic) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team0:23:53 
58Samuel Davis (WA) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team0:23:54 
59Alistair Donohoe (Vic) Search2Retain P/B Health.Com.Au0:23:56 
60Gerald Evans (Tas) Team Polygon Australia  
61Jeremy Cameron (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team0:24:09 
62Lucas Hamilton (Vic) Jayco/Apollo Vis Men's Road Team0:27:17 
63Thomas Hamilton (Vic) Jayco/Apollo Vis Men's Road Team0:27:25 
64Lachlan Edwards (NSW) St George Skoda Hp Team0:29:06 
65Marc Williams (ACT) Budget Forklifts0:30:01 
66Alexander Ray (NZl) Target Trek Racing Team0:30:30 
67Alexander Porter (SA) Euride Racing0:30:56 
68Peter Hatton (WA) Satalyst Giant Racing Team0:31:04 
69Stuart Smith (Vic) Search2Retain P/B Health.Com.Au  
70Cal Britten (Vic) Search2Retain P/B Health.Com.Au  
71Jay Dutton (NSW) St George Skoda Hp Team  
72Chris Jory (NSW) Gpm Data#3  
73Shaun O'Callaghan (Vic) Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team0:33:24 
74Aaron Watts (NSW) Downer Edi Mining National Cycling Team0:33:26 
75Jeremy Scott (NSW) St George Skoda Hp Team  
76Jack Hogan (SA) Goodstone Group  
77Taylor Gunman (NZl) Chartermason Drapac Development Team0:33:30 
78Malcolm Rudolph (Qld) Drapac Cycling0:34:27 
79Ben Carman (Qld) Downer Edi Mining National Cycling Team0:34:52 
80Andrew Clarkson (SA) Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team0:35:13 
81Alex Edmondson (SA) Euride Racing0:35:27 
82Luke Parker (Vic) Jayco/Apollo Vis Men's Road Team0:36:09 
83Lachlan Ambrose (SA) Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team0:37:26 
84Joel Strachan (Vic) Target Trek Racing Team0:37:58 
85James Rendall (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team0:38:25 
86Scott Bradburn (NSW) Downer Edi Mining National Cycling Team0:38:36 
87Samuel Nelson (NSW) St George Skoda Hp Team  
88John Walker (Vic) Drapac Cycling0:38:40 
89Jonathan Bolton (WA) Satalyst Giant Racing Team0:38:46 
90Luca Giacomin (Vic) Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team0:39:11 
91Daniel Bonello (NSW) Gpm Data#30:39:50 
92Daniel Nelson (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team0:40:24 
93Alex Clements (Tas) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team0:40:29 
94Jack Mcculloch (NSW) St George Skoda Hp Team0:41:05 
95Jason Rigg (Tas) Team Polygon Australia0:43:27 
96Jacob Langham (Tas) Team Polygon Australia0:44:35 
97Matthew Gassner (SA) Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team0:44:42 
98Ben Grenda (Tas) Team Polygon Australia0:44:53 
99Vaughan Bowman (Vic) Target Trek Racing Team0:47:27 
100Nicholas Horsley (Tas) Goodstone Group  
101Matthew Leonard (Vic) Seight Test Team P/B The Biomechanics0:47:54 
102Michael Hale (Vic) Seight Test Team P/B The Biomechanics  
103Oliver Kent-Spark (Vic) Search2Retain P/B Health.Com.Au0:53:11 
104Darcy Woolley (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team0:53:59 
105Jonathan Stephens (SA) Goodstone Group1:04:38 
106William Derham (Vic) Target Trek Racing Team1:06:12 
Sprint classification
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Alexander Ray (NZl) Target Trek Racing Team8 pts
2Darren Lapthorne (Vic) Drapac Cycling7 
3Alex Edmondson (SA) Euride Racing5 
4Robbie Hucker (Vic) Drapac Cycling5 
5Ben Grenda (Tas) Team Polygon Australia5 
6Jack Haig (Vic) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team3 
7William Walker (Vic) Drapac Cycling3 
8Brodie Talbot (NSW) Caterpillar2 
9Shaun O'Callaghan (Vic) Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team2 
10Luke Parker (Vic) Jayco/Apollo Vis Men's Road Team2 
11Jacob Restall (Qld) Caterpillar1 
12Patrick Shaw (Vic) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team1 
13Thomas Hamilton (Vic) Jayco/Apollo Vis Men's Road Team1 
14Darcy Woolley (Vic) African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team1 
King of the mountains
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Thomas Hamilton (Vic) Jayco/Apollo Vis Men's Road Team10 pts
2Alexander Ray (NZl) Target Trek Racing Team6 
3Brodie Talbot (NSW) Caterpillar5 
4Rowan Dever (Vic) Target Trek Racing Team5 
5Darren Lapthorne (Vic) Drapac Cycling3 
6Peter Herzig (Qld) Budget Forklifts3 
7Malcolm Rudolph (Qld) Drapac Cycling3 
8Alex Edmondson (SA) Euride Racing3 
9Jack Haig (Vic) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team2 
10Floris Goesinnen (Ned) Drapac Cycling2 
11Robbie Hucker (Vic) Drapac Cycling1 
12Nick Bensley (Vic) Chartermason Drapac Development Team1 
Young rider classification
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Jack Haig (Vic) Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team7:13:34 
2Jacob Restall (Qld) Caterpillar0:06:37 
3Oscar Stevenson (Vic) Jayco/Apollo Vis Men's Road Team0:06:38 
4Harry Carpenter (SA) Euride Racing  
5Oliver Martin (Tas) Team Polygon Australia  
6Justin Gassner (SA) Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team  
7Alexander Morgan (Vic) Jayco/Apollo Vis Men's Road Team  
8Mitchell Cooper (Vic) Satalyst Giant Racing Team  
9Callum Scotson (SA) Euride Racing0:09:00 
10Sam Mccallum (Tas) Team Polygon Australia0:17:43 
Team classification
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers21:48:04 
2Drapac Cycling0:01:52 
3Caterpillar0:09:08 
4CharterMason Drapac Development Team  
5Budget Forklifts0:09:23 
6Euride Racing0:12:32 
7Jayco/Apollo VIS Men's Road  
8St George Skoda HP0:27:28 
9Downer EDi Mining National0:38:33 
10Team Polygon Australia0:40:55 
11Satalyst Giant Racing Team0:42:24 
12search2retain p/b health.com.au  
13Target Trek Racing Team0:44:46 
14African Wildlife Safaris0:57:20 
15GPM Data#3  
16Veneziano Blefari Cycling Team1:03:46 
17Goodstone Group1:35:05 
18Seight Test Team p/b1:50:00 

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