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Greipel and Henderson scorch Philadelphia finale

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The men's podium (L to R): Greg Henderson (Columbia-Highroad), Andre Greipel (Columbia-Highroad) and Kirk O'bee (Bissell).

The men's podium (L to R): Greg Henderson (Columbia-Highroad), Andre Greipel (Columbia-Highroad) and Kirk O'bee (Bissell). (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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A USA National Team rider readies himself by taking a quiet moment on the start line.

A USA National Team rider readies himself by taking a quiet moment on the start line. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Ivan Dominguez (Fuji-Servetto) ponders if he'll have the chance to unleash his sprint later today.

Ivan Dominguez (Fuji-Servetto) ponders if he'll have the chance to unleash his sprint later today. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Daniel Holloway (USA National Team) launched an attack right from the start. He would ultimately build his lead to over 11 minutes.

Daniel Holloway (USA National Team) launched an attack right from the start. He would ultimately build his lead to over 11 minutes. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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After Daniel Holloway's (USA National Team) first lap attack, the field adopted a somewhat predestination pace which would cause concern later as the women's race, which started after the men's, would catch and pass them.

After Daniel Holloway's (USA National Team) first lap attack, the field adopted a somewhat predestination pace which would cause concern later as the women's race, which started after the men's, would catch and pass them. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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With one of their riders soloing off the front, the rest of the USA National Team could conserve for later.

With one of their riders soloing off the front, the rest of the USA National Team could conserve for later. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Kelly Benefit Strategies brought a full entourage of team sponsors to the event but failed to capture a place on the podium.

Kelly Benefit Strategies brought a full entourage of team sponsors to the event but failed to capture a place on the podium. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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After Daniel Holloway (USA National Team) solo effort was absorbed by the field with eight laps to go, a break of three goes clear and looked promising.

After Daniel Holloway (USA National Team) solo effort was absorbed by the field with eight laps to go, a break of three goes clear and looked promising. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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By mid race, the field rebounded from their lackluster start and started to push the pace.

By mid race, the field rebounded from their lackluster start and started to push the pace. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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After being caught, all expected Daniel Holloway (USA National Team) to go out back of the peloton rather quickly. Instead, he refueled and stuck it out.

After being caught, all expected Daniel Holloway (USA National Team) to go out back of the peloton rather quickly. Instead, he refueled and stuck it out. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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The pace and temperatures started to take a toll on the riders.

The pace and temperatures started to take a toll on the riders. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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I hope that these guys applied the sun lotion before the paint, so to avoid some unusual tans tomorrow.

I hope that these guys applied the sun lotion before the paint, so to avoid some unusual tans tomorrow. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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With three riders 9 minutes up the road, Team Ouch goes into action.

With three riders 9 minutes up the road, Team Ouch goes into action. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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USA National Team rider Caleb Fairly follows his teammate's heroics, and attempts to bridge up to the leaders.

USA National Team rider Caleb Fairly follows his teammate's heroics, and attempts to bridge up to the leaders. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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The peloton squeezes up and around Lemon Hill.

The peloton squeezes up and around Lemon Hill. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Edvaid Boasson Hagen (Columbia-Highroad) and David Vitoria (Rock Racing) go off in search of the three riders who are up the road.

Edvaid Boasson Hagen (Columbia-Highroad) and David Vitoria (Rock Racing) go off in search of the three riders who are up the road. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Kirk O'Bee sits comfortably in the field while he awaits an eventual place on the podium.

Kirk O'Bee sits comfortably in the field while he awaits an eventual place on the podium. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Team Columbia-Highroad decides that it's time to collect everyone who may be up the road and could possibly spoil their hopes for victory.

Team Columbia-Highroad decides that it's time to collect everyone who may be up the road and could possibly spoil their hopes for victory. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Andy Jacques-Maynes (Bissell) developed left inner-quad cramps, forcing him to stop in the feed zone for a moment and wait for it to release. He would rejoin the race.

Andy Jacques-Maynes (Bissell) developed left inner-quad cramps, forcing him to stop in the feed zone for a moment and wait for it to release. He would rejoin the race. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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With one lap to go, the entire Team Columbia-Highroad comes to the front and sets a blistering pace.

With one lap to go, the entire Team Columbia-Highroad comes to the front and sets a blistering pace. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Colavita joins Columbia-Highroad and forms a second train.

Colavita joins Columbia-Highroad and forms a second train. (Image credit: Todd Leister/leister.smugmug.com)
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Andre Greipel (Team Columbia-Highroad) gets across the line first.

Andre Greipel (Team Columbia-Highroad) gets across the line first. (Image credit: Todd Leister/leister.smugmug.com)
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The men's main field wasn't chasing seriously until after 2 big laps to go.

The men's main field wasn't chasing seriously until after 2 big laps to go. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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A men's peloton double feature on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.

A men's peloton double feature on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Daniel Holloway (USA National Team) broke away from the gun.

Daniel Holloway (USA National Team) broke away from the gun. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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The men's peloton seeks relief from the heat on the Manayunk Wall.

The men's peloton seeks relief from the heat on the Manayunk Wall. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Tom Zirbel (Bissell) leads his breakaway companions Daniel Oss (Liquigas) and Valeriy Kobzarenko (Team Type 1).

Tom Zirbel (Bissell) leads his breakaway companions Daniel Oss (Liquigas) and Valeriy Kobzarenko (Team Type 1). (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Valeriy Kobzarenko (Team Type 1), Daniel Oss (Liquigas) and Tom Zirbel (Bissell) spent 70 miles off the front.

Valeriy Kobzarenko (Team Type 1), Daniel Oss (Liquigas) and Tom Zirbel (Bissell) spent 70 miles off the front. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Team Columbia-Highroad at the front of the peloton along Kelly Drive.

Team Columbia-Highroad at the front of the peloton along Kelly Drive. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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The Liberty Classic podium (l-r): Theresa Cliff-Ryan, Ina Teutenberg and Shelley Evans.

The Liberty Classic podium (l-r): Theresa Cliff-Ryan, Ina Teutenberg and Shelley Evans. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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(Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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The OUCH team gets ready for the long day ahead.

The OUCH team gets ready for the long day ahead. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Riders take to the line.

Riders take to the line. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter sends off the riders.

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter sends off the riders. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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The men's field mostly just talked for the first couple of laps.

The men's field mostly just talked for the first couple of laps. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Riders pass under the Philly skyline.

Riders pass under the Philly skyline. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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The men start to get strung out to to bring back the break.

The men start to get strung out to to bring back the break. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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(Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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A statue along Kelley Drive seems as if it were excited at the race going past.

A statue along Kelley Drive seems as if it were excited at the race going past. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Riders got a helping hand climbing up the wall.

Riders got a helping hand climbing up the wall. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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(Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Kirk O'Bee (Bissell) plays domestique earlier in the race.

Kirk O'Bee (Bissell) plays domestique earlier in the race. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Dan Holloway (USA National Team) gets cheered on during his long solo ride.

Dan Holloway (USA National Team) gets cheered on during his long solo ride. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Marco Pinotti (Columbia-Highroad) came straight over after his ride in the Giro D'Italia to race in Philly.

Marco Pinotti (Columbia-Highroad) came straight over after his ride in the Giro D'Italia to race in Philly. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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It was a long steep road on "the wall".

It was a long steep road on "the wall". (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Riders make the right turn in downtown Manayunk.

Riders make the right turn in downtown Manayunk. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)
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Daniel Oss (Liquigas) leads the 3 man break that seemed like it had a chance.

Daniel Oss (Liquigas) leads the 3 man break that seemed like it had a chance. (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us)

André Greipel won the 25th Philadelphia International Championship on Sunday with an unmatched burst of speed over the final 200 metres of Benjamin Franklin Parkway to beat Columbia-Highroad teammate Greg Henderson and Bissell's Kirk O'Bee. It was the second win of the day for the American ProTour, who led out Ina-Yoko Teutenberg in the women's Liberty Classic.

Columbia-Highroad's pre-race plan was to deliver Germany's Greipel to the line in a field sprint. It executed the lead-out to perfection, despite confusion from a crash within the final kilometre, near Logan Circle.

"Every race we are at we are one of the best teams but that doesn't mean that we get the win easily," Greipel told Cyclingnews. "We always have to work hard and play our tactics correctly in order to win any race.

Henderson started his sprint with 400 metres to go and Greipel went on his own in the final 200 metres. The one-two finish was an unexpected bonus.

"I caught Kirk O'Bee and passed him," Henderson told Cyclingnews. "There was no one else there and I thought, 'Well heck, I have to keep going.' One guy passed me and it was Greipel so it doesn't get much better than that."

Bissell Pro Cycling made its bid for victory and hoped to elevate sprinter Kirk O'Bee one step higher on the podium following 2008's second place.

"Frank Pipp was in front of me and things started to swarm a little so I went early around," O'Bee told Cyclingnews. "I looked up and around, and I was already off the front a little bit with 300 metres to go and so I kept going.

"We were on the outside of the crash and thankfully my teammates put me out front and got me around all that. There are crashes all the time in the last part of the race because everyone is so tired. It's better to be at the front to avoid that."

Reid Mumford (Kelly Benefit Strategy) had his team's sprinter, Alex Candelario, on his wheel within the top 10 during a right-hand turn around Logan Circle. The duo was attempting to come around the lead-out train of Planet Energy when Mumford glanced back to make sure Candelario was on his wheel. At the same time, a Planet Energy rider moved over taking out Mumford's front wheel and sent Mumford and a handful of others to the asphalt.

A long day

The longest one-day race in the United States opened nearly six and a half hours earlier with the surprising turbo-charged start line acceleration of USA National Team rider Daniel Holloway. The 22-year-old Californian, a multi-US national champion on the track in 2008, leapt off the start line as if the finish line was at the end of the opening one-mile parade lap, not the longest race of his career.

"I didn't plan to go in the first 200 metres, I went off the line like I normally would [in a criterium]," said Holloway. "I heard I had a gap so I started picking it up and then I went out for the long haul."

Another young American, 20-year-old Andrew Talansky (Amore & Vita), set off in pursuit of Holloway on the opening one-mile parade lap, but was unable to join until nearly 60 miles and three ascents of the Manayunk Wall were ridden alone by each rider.

Another aggressively-minded duo, David Guttenplan (Team Mountain Khakis) and John Ebsen (Danish National Team), escaped the peloton in pursuit of Holloway and Talansky at the end of the opening 14.4-mile large circuit. The peloton showed no sense of urgency in its pursuit of the four escapees.

The women's peloton racing concurrently in the 57.6-mile Liberty Classic chopped its five-minute starting deficit to the men's race. For the first time in race history, with approximately 21 miles left in the Liberty Classic, the women caught and passed the men's peloton, neutralising the men in the process until the women's event finished.

Probably the only man on course wishing to be neutralised was race leader Holloway, but his stint off the front was only further extended since the four leaders still had the green light to race.

"I could see that my gap was opening and that the women were so close to the men's field," said Holloway. "I didn't worry about it. I was hoping to get neutralised so I could relax and stretch but they neutralised the men's field and not me."

Holloway's lead ballooned to over 13 minutes in front of the neutralised men's peloton and the ample cushion enabled the young sprinter to weave his way up the Manayunk Wall at his leisure to the raucous applause of "USA! USA!" inspired by his US National Team kit. Elsewhere on the parcours, Holloway frequently unclipped from the pedals to stretch his legs, which were beginning to feel the effects of his lengthy sojourn in the race lead.

Holloway found some relief once Talansky finally made contact as they concluded their third lap. The duo completed another full circuit encompassing the out and back trip to Manayunk along Kelly Drive.

Once the peloton was un-neutralised, they quickly got down to the business of absorbing the two pairs of riders.

Phase two

Phase two to the men's race unfolded as a powerful trio – Daniel Oss (Liquigas), Valeriy Kobzarenko (Team Type 1)and Tom Zirbel (Bissell Pro Cycling) – attacked just prior to Holloway being absorbed at nearly 81 miles remaining.

Oss, Kobzarenko and Zirbel, sharing the work equally, found themselves 7:20 ahead of the field after the completion of the seventh of 10 large circuits, or 103.8 miles. The three riders would prove to be a challenge for the sprinters' teams to bring back, but the unrepresented ProTour squads stamped their authority on the race, capturing Oss, the last of the original trio, with six miles and two of the closing short laps to go.

"I think getting neutralised when we did just meant that we had to rethink our tactics a bit," said Henderson. "We wanted to make the group a little bit smaller at the finish so we went hard on the last time up the climb. There were too many other teams who missed the break, however. From then on it looked like it was going to be a sprint from two laps out. We just made sure that we had Greipel and myself up front."

Several other teams with sprinters – Liquigas, Fuji-Servetto, Colavita Sutter Home and Planet Energy – all attempted to counter the Columbia's effort on each of the remaining three-mile short laps, but the team's speed proved too much inside the final kilometre.

Bissell was one of the teams able to sit back in the during the chase thanks to Zirbel's presence in the break.

"Tom [Zirbel] being off the front took pressure off us," said O'Bee. "Columbia controlled the front at the end and my teammates helped try to keep me at the front behind them, but I just went a little too early."

Results
1Andre Greipel (Ger) Team Columbia - Highroad6:24:04
2Greg Henderson (NZl) Team Columbia - Highroad
3Kirk O'bee (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling0:00:01
4Harald Starzengruber (Aut) Elk Haus
5David Vitoria (Swi) Rock Racing
6Keven Lacombe (Can) Planet Energy
7Alejandro Borrajo (Arg) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light
8Christofer Stevenson (Swe) Swedish National Team
9Lucas Haedo (Arg) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light
10Andrew Pinfold (Can) OUCH p/b Maxxis
11Alex Candelario (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies
12Soren Petersen (Den) Danish National Team
13Tony Cruz (USA) BMC Racing Team
14Johnathon Cantwell (Aus) Fly V Australia
15Evan Elken (USA) Land Rover-ORBEA0:00:02
16Martin Kohler (Swi) BMC Racing Team
17Fred Rodriguez (USA) Rock Racing
18David Tanner (Aus) Rock Racing
19Hagen Boasson (Nor) Team Columbia - Highroad
20Marco Pinotti (Ita) Team Columbia - Highroad0:00:03
21Wil Routley (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
22Vicente Reynes (Spa) Team Columbia - Highroad
23Bernard Sulzberger (Aus) Fly V Australia
24Chad Beyer (USA) BMC Racing Team0:00:04
25Frank Pipp (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
26Floyd Landis (USA) OUCH p/b Maxxis0:00:05
27Kenneth Hanson (USA) Team Type 1
28Jonathan Garcia (USA) BMC Racing Team0:00:07
29Chris Jones (USA) Team Type 1
30Karl Menzies (Aus) OUCH p/b Maxxis
31Brian Vandborg DNK Liquigas
32Charlas Dionne (Can) Fly V Australia
33Peter Salon (USA) USA National Team0:00:08
34Peter Latham (NZl) Bissell Pro Cycling
35Bruno Langlois (Can) Planet Energy0:00:10
36Andreas Stillfors (Swe) Swedish National Team
37Moises Aldape (Mex) Team Type 10:00:11
38Nic Sanderson (Aus) Rock Racing
39Steve Bovay (Swi) BMC Racing Team
40Matthew Winstead (USA) Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy
41Valeriy Kobzarenko (Ukr) Team Type 1
42Neil Shirley (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies
43Martin Gilbert (Can) Planet Energy0:00:16
44John Murphy (USA) OUCH p/b Maxxis0:00:18
45Allesandro Bazzanna (Ita) Fly V Australia
46Georg Lauscha (Aut) Elk Haus0:00:24
47Scottie Weiss (USA) Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy0:00:25
48Stefan Rucker (Aut) Elk Haus
49Alex Howes (USA) USA National Team
50Jose Benitez (Spa) Fuji-Servetto
51James Camut (USA) Land Rover-ORBEA0:00:26
52Tom Soladay (USA) Team Mountain Khakis0:00:28
53Matt Wilson (Aus) Team Type 10:00:34
54Philipp Mamos (Ger) Amore & Vita Pro Racing Team Presented by Life Time Fitness0:00:35
55Darren Lill (RSA) Team Type 10:00:38
56Yuriy Metlushenko (Ukr) Amore & Vita Pro Racing Team Presented by Life Time Fitness0:00:43
57Daniel Bowman (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies0:00:44
58Matthew Rice (Aus) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:00:45
59Rory Sutherland (Aus) OUCH p/b Maxxis0:00:46
60Ryan Roth (Can) Planet Energy0:00:48
61Ermanno Capelli (Ita) Fuji-Servetto0:00:49
62Francois Parisien (Can) Planet Energy0:00:53
63Davide Vigano (Ita) Fuji-Servetto
64Bernhard Eisel (Aut) Team Columbia - Highroad0:01:03
65Danilo Wyss (Swi) BMC Racing Team
66Cladio Corioni (Ita) Liquigas0:01:05
67Richard England (Aus) Amore & Vita Pro Racing Team Presented by Life Time Fitness0:01:10
68Manuel Quinziato (Ita) Liquigas0:01:11
69Jacopo Guarnieri (Ita) Liquigas0:01:12
70Gert Dockx (Bel) Team Columbia - Highroad0:01:18
71Jacob Erker (Can) Kelly Benefit Strategies0:01:19
72Jonathan Clarke (Aus) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:01:26
73Ben Maynes (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling0:01:29
74Bernard Van Ulden (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:01:55
75Jonathan Mccarty (USA) OUCH p/b Maxxis0:02:00
76Hilton Clarke (Aus) Fuji-Servetto0:02:15
77Reid Mumford (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies0:02:34
78Davide Frattini (Ita) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light0:02:41
79Steffen Radochla (Ger) Elk Haus0:02:50
80Paolo Bailetti (Ita) Fuji-Servetto0:02:53
81Ricardo Serrano (Spa) Fuji-Servetto0:03:03
82Anibal Borrajo (Arg) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light0:03:22
83Daniel Summerhill (USA) USA National Team0:09:35
84Bobby Sweeting (USA) Land Rover-ORBEA
85Tomas Lofgren (Swe) Swedish National Team
86Chad Gerlach (USA) Amore & Vita Pro Racing Team Presented by Life Time Fitness
87Lucas Persson (Swe) Swedish National Team
88Tom Zirbel (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
89Francesco Chicchi (Ita) Liquigas
90Roman Uden (NZl) Land Rover-ORBEA
91Russell Stevenson (USA) Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy
92Bennet Genugten (USA) Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy
93Tim Henry (USA) DLP Racing
94Andrew Guptill (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light
95Adam Myerson (USA) Team Mountain Khakis
96Scott Tietzel (USA) DLP Racing0:12:38
97Taylor Tolleson (USA) BMC Racing Team
98Scott Davis (Aus) Fly V Australia
99Ben Day (Aus) Fly V Australia
100Anthony Colby (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light
101Aaron Tuckerman (NZl) Land Rover-ORBEA
102Alexander Wetterall (Swe) Swedish National Team
103Caleb Fairly (USA) USA National Team
104Bradley White (USA) OUCH p/b Maxxis
105Charles Huff (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
106Nicholas Reistad (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
107Tyler Stanfield (USA) Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy
DNFIvan Dominguez (Cub) Fuji-Servetto
DNFDaniel Oss (Ita) Liquigas
DNFJackson Stewart (USA) BMC Racing Team
DNFWolfgang Murer (Aut) Elk Haus
DNFJochen Summer (Aut) Elk Haus
DNFVolodymyr Starchyk (Ukr) Amore & Vita Pro Racing Team Presented by Life Time Fitness
DNFAndrew Talansky (USA) Amore & Vita Pro Racing Team Presented by Life Time Fitness
DNFAndy Maynes (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
DNFCody O'reilly (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
DNFJeremy Vennell (NZl) Bissell Pro Cycling
DNFLuca Damiani (Ita) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light
DNFDaniel Vaillancourt (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light
DNFSteven Gordon (USA) DLP Racing
DNFBoyd Johnson (USA) DLP Racing
DNFPhillip Martz (USA) DLP Racing
DNFAndrew Olson (USA) DLP Racing
DNFTiagao Depaula (Bra) DLP Racing
DNFCurtis Gunn (USA) Fly V Australia
DNFDavid Kemp (Aus) Fly V Australia
DNFMatthew Crane (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
DNFKiel Reijnen (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
DNFAndrew Bajadali (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies
DNFZach Bell (Can) Kelly Benefit Strategies
DNFScott Zwizanski (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies
DNFChad Burdzilauskas (USA) Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy
DNFJaime Gandara (USA) Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy
DNFJonathan Parrish (USA) Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy
DNFJosh Bartlett (USA) Land Rover-ORBEA
DNFLogan Hunn (NZl) Land Rover-ORBEA
DNFMike Northey (NZl) Land Rover-ORBEA
DNFTim Johnson (USA) OUCH p/b Maxxis
DNFMark Batty (Can) Planet Energy
DNFEric Boily (Can) Planet Energy
DNFAndrew Randell (Can) Planet Energy
DNFJamey Driscoll (USA) Rock Racing
DNFSpencer Beamer (USA) Team Mountain Khakis
DNFDavid Guttenplan (USA) Team Mountain Khakis
DNFMark Hekman (USA) Team Mountain Khakis
DNFWill Hoffarth (USA) Team Mountain Khakis
DNFCharles Marzot (USA) Team Mountain Khakis
DNFDan Ramsey (USA) Team Mountain Khakis
DNFShawn Milne (USA) Team Type 1
DNFRasmus Damm (Den) Danish National Team
DNFJohn Ebsen (Den) Danish National Team
DNFKasper Malmkjaer (Den) Danish National Team
DNFAnders Sibast (Den) Danish National Team
DNFMartin Halvarsson (Swe) Swedish National Team
DNFDaniel Holloway (USA) USA National Team
DNFWalker Savidge (USA) USA National Team
DNFTaylor Shelden (USA) USA National Team

King of the Mountain
1Valeriy Kobzarenko (Ukr) Team Type 138pts
2Tom Zirbel (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling34
3Vicente Reynes (Spa) Team Columbia - Highroad14
4Bernhard Eisel (Aut) Team Columbia - Highroad10
5Marco Pinotti (Ita) Team Columbia - Highroad2
6Matthew Rice (Aus) Jelly Belly Cycling Team2
7Matthew Rice (Aus) Jelly Belly Cycling Team1

Teams
1Team Columbia - Highroad19:12:14
2Rock Racing0:00:03
3BMC Racing Team0:00:05
4Fly V Australia0:00:09
5Bissell Pro Cycling0:00:11
6OUCH p/b Maxxis
7Team Type 10:00:21
8Planet Energy0:00:25
9Elk Haus0:00:48
10Kelly Benefit Strategies0:00:54
11Fuji-Servetto0:02:05
12Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:02:12
13Liquigas0:02:21
14Amore & Vita Pro Racing Team Presented by Life Time Fitness0:02:26
15Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light0:02:41
16Swedish National Team0:09:44
17Land Rover-ORBEA0:10:01
18USA National Team0:10:06
19Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy0:10:09
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