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Iglinskiy sprints to stage four win

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It turned out to be a nice day for Andrey Mizurov (Tabriz) to be seen in yellow.

It turned out to be a nice day for Andrey Mizurov (Tabriz) to be seen in yellow. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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At the sign on riders were preparing for a wet day on the saddle.

At the sign on riders were preparing for a wet day on the saddle. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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There was plenty of local support along the route.

There was plenty of local support along the route. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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Roman Zhiyentayev (Kazakhstan) initiated the break of the day, before the climb began.

Roman Zhiyentayev (Kazakhstan) initiated the break of the day, before the climb began. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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The riders pass another temple along the route to the township of Qinghai Lake.

The riders pass another temple along the route to the township of Qinghai Lake. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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The sun eventually came out, making the day more pleasant.

The sun eventually came out, making the day more pleasant. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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The break pass through a tunnel.

The break pass through a tunnel. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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One thing the Tour of Qinghai Lake is not short of is nice scenery.

One thing the Tour of Qinghai Lake is not short of is nice scenery. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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Hossien Askari (Tabriz) leads the bunch, making sure the break doesn't get too far ahead.

Hossien Askari (Tabriz) leads the bunch, making sure the break doesn't get too far ahead. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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The many teams competing in this years event.

The many teams competing in this years event. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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Marco Polo, were also helping out. Here Liu Yilin has a turn out front.

Marco Polo, were also helping out. Here Liu Yilin has a turn out front. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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Tabriz lead the way as the race approaches the summit of Sun and Moon Mountain.

Tabriz lead the way as the race approaches the summit of Sun and Moon Mountain. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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Wu Shengjun (Qinghai) attacks the bunch to try and reach the break.

Wu Shengjun (Qinghai) attacks the bunch to try and reach the break. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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By the summit of the days climb Taciak Mateusz (Poland) had been dropped.

By the summit of the days climb Taciak Mateusz (Poland) had been dropped. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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The main bunch head towards a small town high on the plateau.

The main bunch head towards a small town high on the plateau. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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Tabriz and Morco Polo looked the most interested in a win today.

Tabriz and Morco Polo looked the most interested in a win today. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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The vast open space of Qinghai provence.

The vast open space of Qinghai provence. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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With 20km to go Morco Polo were still doing plenty of work.

With 20km to go Morco Polo were still doing plenty of work. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kazakhstan) out front of the break.

Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kazakhstan) out front of the break. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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The Rape Seed flowers are in full bloom at this time of year.

The Rape Seed flowers are in full bloom at this time of year. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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Someone had a good idea and found a great way to view the race.

Someone had a good idea and found a great way to view the race. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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With 10km to go Tabriz and Marco Polo were still doing all the work.

With 10km to go Tabriz and Marco Polo were still doing all the work. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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Lucas Persson (Capinordic) and Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kazakhstan) were working hard, but the peleton was closing in fast.

Lucas Persson (Capinordic) and Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kazakhstan) were working hard, but the peleton was closing in fast. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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Valentin Iglinskiy (Kazakhstan) took out the bunch sprint in fine style.

Valentin Iglinskiy (Kazakhstan) took out the bunch sprint in fine style. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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The boys from Praties recover after the stage.

The boys from Praties recover after the stage. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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Ahad Kazemi Sarai (Tabriz) exits stage left after receiving his polka dot jersey.

Ahad Kazemi Sarai (Tabriz) exits stage left after receiving his polka dot jersey. (Image credit: Mark Gunter/Cyclingnews)
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Valentin Iglinsky takes the sprint ahead of Tom Veelers and Radoslav Rogina.

Valentin Iglinsky takes the sprint ahead of Tom Veelers and Radoslav Rogina. (Image credit: Charlie Issendorf)
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Iranian rider Ahad Kazemi Sarai continued Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team's good run.

Iranian rider Ahad Kazemi Sarai continued Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team's good run. (Image credit: Charlie Issendorf)
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Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team rider Andrew Mizurov has a spray.

Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team rider Andrew Mizurov has a spray. (Image credit: Charlie Issendorf)
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Andrew Mizurov (Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team) remains the best Asian rider.

Andrew Mizurov (Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team) remains the best Asian rider. (Image credit: Charlie Issendorf)
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David Maree shows the strain of a tough fourth stage.

David Maree shows the strain of a tough fourth stage. (Image credit: Charlie Issendorf)
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Hong Kong rider Kam Po Wong at work during stage four.

Hong Kong rider Kam Po Wong at work during stage four. (Image credit: Charlie Issendorf)
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The stage four podium (l-r): Tom Veelers, Valentin Iglinskiy and Radoslav Rogina.

The stage four podium (l-r): Tom Veelers, Valentin Iglinskiy and Radoslav Rogina. (Image credit: Charlie Issendorf)
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Radoslav Rogina (Loborika) remained in the points jersey after stage four.

Radoslav Rogina (Loborika) remained in the points jersey after stage four. (Image credit: Charlie Issendorf)
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The peloton makes its way to Qinghai Lake during stage four.

The peloton makes its way to Qinghai Lake during stage four. (Image credit: Charlie Issendorf)
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Danilo Hondo (r) was one of three riders who chased hard today.

Danilo Hondo (r) was one of three riders who chased hard today. (Image credit: Charlie Issendorf)

After three tough mountain stages, the peloton enjoyed a more relaxed and somewhat flatter stage as the race made its way to its name sake, Qinghai Lake.

For the past two editions this stage has ended in a sprint, with the winner going onto to claim a handful more stage and the green jersey as sprints classification winner. Today was no exception, as Kazakhstan's Valentin Iglinskiy pushed past Tom Veelers on the line to claim his first stage win of the Tour.

Only time will tell if he follows in the footsteps of the two previous winners here, Allan Davis and Alex Rasmussen, and go on to claim the points jersey when the race draws to a close on the streets of Xining in five days time.

"Two days ago I was too far back as the sprint started, and because of the speed I was unable to close the gap to the two leaders," Igliskiy said, explaining his third place in Xunhua.

Today he wasn't going to let anyone get the better of him as he used his team to perfection to win the stage ahead of Veelers (Skil-Shimano) and the green jersey of Radoslav Rogina (Loborika).

"The reason that I won here today was because of the good work that my teammates did for me in the sprint," he said.

Indeed the tactics employed by the Kazakh team today couldn't have been scripted better for Iglinskiy. It placed one rider in the day's breakaway allowing Iglinskiy to sit comfortably in the main peloton and save his energy for the sprint.

Dmitriy Gruzdev represented Kazakhstan in the break wtih Lucas Persson (Capinordic), who came close to winning this stage last year, Oleksander Kvachuk (Ukrain) and Taciak Mateusz (Poland). After 110km of the 119km stage off the front, and never having much more than a minute's advantage, Gruzdev and Persson were caught with two kilometres remaining.

As so often is the case on stages of this nature, it seemed as though the peloton was using the pair as the carrot which guides the donkey, and they waited until the last possible moment to reel them in.

Veelers oh so close

Veelers, a known quantity in the sprints here after winning a tough kick to the line in Xining last year, was disappointed to have lost the sprint by such a small margin, but was none the less happy that a stage had finally come down to a sprint.

"They rode the climb at a nice tempo for once. There was a group of about 20 that were dropped, but luckily I wasn't one of them. I rode with the first big group of about 60," Veelers explained.

"There was a group that rode off the front, but the peloton kept it in check, gradually pulling them back.

"I could tell that everyone wanted it to come down to a sprint."

Veelers' early acceleration as the peloton approached the final 500 meters may well have cost the solid Dutch man the stage. "Luckily I had a teammate, Bert De Backer, come past me, so I could sit out of the wind for 200 meters, but I had already used up my power. I was second by just a half wheel or so I think.

"You can only go full gas here for about 200 meters," he said, explaining the effects of altitude on the sprint.

Veelers is racing in China once again after missing out on his team'sm selection for the Tour de France - the first time in the teams history that they have been granted a wild card for the event. He plans to make the most of his time in China, and hopefully prove that he is worthy of a start next year should the team qualify once again.

"Of course I wanted to go to the Tour de France, but unfortunately that wasn't possible this year. Maybe next year, but I am happy to be here and going for the win.

"I feel good here, and like last year it is the idea that I come away from here with good form and to have a good second part of the season," he explained.

For Radoslav Rogina, his third place and lead in the sprints classification was somewhat a surprise, as the Croatian usually prefers the climbs over sprints.

"I didn't expect to be in this position, because normally I am not that good at sprinting, but I had a good position and was able to get third place," he said.

Rogina will do his utmost to hold onto the green jersey for the remainder of the race, but admitted that he will find it hard to win a stage in a big bunch gallop.

"Of course I will try to keep the jersey, but there are some hard stages still to come. I think that I could win a stage if it came down to a small group, but to win from the peloton would be very difficult."

Easy day for the GC

With today's stage being somewhat easier in profile to the previous three days, the contenders for the general classification enjoyed an easier day hidden in the large peloton.

"Today the stage was okay, I was climbing okay and just spent the day in the bunch," explained overall leader Andrey Mizurov (Tabriz Petrochemicals).

Tomorrow will also likely see the stage decided in a sprint before the race for the overall continues on Thursday when the peloton faces some testing terrain as they head towards Xihaizhen.

Full Results
1Valentin Iglinskiy (Kaz) Kazakhstan2:56:22
2Tom Veelers (Ned) Skil-Shimano
3Radoslav Rogina (Cro) Loborika
4Jure Kocjan (Slo) Slovenia
5Nikola Aistrup (Den) Team Capinordic
6Dmitriy Fofonov (Kaz) Kazakhstan
7Wong Kan Po (HKg) Hong Kong
8Yuriy Metlushenko (Ukr) Ukraine
9Matej Stare (Slo) Slovenia
10Danilo Hondo (Ger) PSK Whirlpool - Author
11Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team
12Vid Ogris (Slo) Loborika
13Kiel Reijnen (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
14Sergiy Grechin (Ukr) Ukraine
15Dong Xiaoyong (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team
16Theo Eltink (Ned) Skil-Shimano
17Tang Wang Yip (HKg) Hong Kong
18Hui Guo (Chn) Max Success Sports
19Niklas Axelsson (Swe) Team Corratec
20Andreas Linden (Swe) Team Capinordic
21Liu Bo (Chn) China
22Wei Kui (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team
23Bert De Backer (Bel) Skil-Shimano
24Sun Lei (Chn) Max Success Sports
25Volodymyr Starchyk (Ukr) Ukraine
26Jeremy Powers (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
27Matthew Green (Aus) Cinelli - Down Under
28Andrea Pagoto (Ita) Team Corratec
29Tomislav Danculovic (Cro) Loborika
30Emiliano Donadello (Ita) Team Corratec
31Mitja Mahoric (Slo) Slovenia
32Ghader Mizbani Iranagh (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team
33Roger Beuchat (Swi) Team Stegcomputer - Neotel
34Mateusz Mroz (Pol) Poland
35Lukasz Osiecki (Pol) Poland
36Carlo Corra (Ita) Team Corratec
37Matthew Rice (Aus) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
38Ben Grenda (Aus) Praties
39Nathan Earle (Aus) Praties
40Chan Chun Hing (HKg) Hong Kong
41Logan Dennis Hutchings (NZl) Cinelli - Down Under
42Jakub Danacik (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author
43Lucas Persson (Swe) Team Capinordic
44Niki Ostergaard (Den) Team Capinordic
45Liu Biao (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team
46Tigran Korkotyan (Arm) Team Stegcomputer - Neotel
47Jacques Janse Van Rensburg (RSA) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
48Yevgeniy Sladkov (Kaz) Kazakhstan
49Adam Wadecki (Pol) Team Corratec
50Li Fuyu (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
51Hossein Askari (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team
52Bostjan Rezman (Slo) Slovenia
53Wang Meiyin (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
54Hossein Jahabanian (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team
55Christopher Stevenson (Swe) Team Capinordic
56Dan Craven (Nam) Rapha Condor
57Frantisek Padour (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author
58Han Feng (Chn) Skil-Shimano
59Ma Haijun (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team
60Petr Bencik (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author
61Piotr Osinski (Pol) Poland
62Michael Fitzgerald (Aus) Cinelli - Down Under
63Vladimir Kerkez (Slo) Slovenia
64Pawel Cieslik (Pol) Poland
65Tu Yue (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team
66Serhiy Honchar (Ukr) Team Corratec
67Mariusz Witecki (Pol) Poland
68Darko Blazevic (Cro) Loborika
69Zhang Ruisong (Chn) Max Success Sports
70Andrej Omulec (Slo) Slovenia
71Tom Southam (GBr) Rapha Condor
72Gasper Svab (Slo) Slovenia
73Sven De Weerdt (Bel) Cinelli - Down Under
74Leopold Konig (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author
75Nazar Jumabekov (Kaz) Kazakhstan
76Yevceniy Nepomnyachshiy (Kaz) Kazakhstan
77James Perry (RSA) Team Stegcomputer - Neotel
78Stanislav Kozubek (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author
79Yukihiro Doi (Jpn) Skil-Shimano
80Christopher D'Amelio (Aus) Cinelli - Down Under
81Adrian Honkisz (Pol) Poland
82Alexandr Shushemoin (Kaz) Kazakhstan
83Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kaz) Kazakhstan
84Kristjan Durasek (Cro) Loborika
85Bert Roesems (Bel) Cinelli - Down Under
86Ben Mather (Aus) Praties
87Hrvoje Miholjevic (Cro) Loborika
88Jacobus Venter (RSA) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
89Ahad Kazemi Sarai (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team
90Nick Reistad (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
91Kwok Ho Ting (HKg) Hong Kong
92Simon Richardson (GBr) Rapha Condor
93Anatoliy Pakhtusov (Ukr) Ukraine
94Peter Ronsse (Bel) Cinelli - Down Under
95Darren Lapthorne (Aus) Rapha Condor
96Song Baoqing (Chn) China
97Jiao Pengda (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team
98Volodymyr Rybin (Ukr) Ukraine
99Liam Holohan (GBr) Rapha Condor
100Oleksandr Sheydyk (Ukr) Ukraine
101Wu Shengjun (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team
102Xu Gang (Chn) Max Success Sports
103Medhi Fahridi Kovij (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team
104Kristian House (GBr) Rapha Condor
105Volodymyr Duma (Ukr) Ukraine
106Eric Van De Meent (Ned) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
107Leon Van Bon (Ned) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
108Kristian Sobota (Den) Team Capinordic0:00:16
109Bruno Rizzi (Ita) Team Corratec0:00:45
110Lai Kuan Hua (Tpe) Giant Asia Racing Team0:02:36
111Cheng Ji (Chn) Skil-Shimano
112Will Routley (Can) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
113Ji Xitao (Chn) China
114Liu Hao (Chn) Max Success Sports
115Zhang Hui (Chn) Max Success Sports
116Liu Yilin (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:02:46
117Zhao Yujian (Chn) Max Success Sports0:04:17
118Liu Peng (Chn) China
119Wojciech Dybel (Pol) Poland0:05:29
120Ji Jianhua (Chn) China
121Ben Grieve-Johnson (Aus) Praties0:13:47
122Peng Kuei Hsiang (Tpe) Giant Asia Racing Team
123Morten Hoberg (Den) Team Capinordic
124Vojtech Dlouhy (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author
125William Clarke (Aus) Praties
126Cheung King Wai (HKg) Hong Kong0:18:48
DNFDavid Maree (RSA) Team Stegcomputer - Neotel

Points
1Valentin Iglinskiy (Kaz) Kazakhstan16pts
2Tom Veelers (Ned) Skil-Shimano14
3Radoslav Rogina (Cro) Loborika13
4Jure Kocjan (Slo) Slovenia12
5Nikola Aistrup (Den) Team Capinordic11
6Dmitriy Fofonov (Kaz) Kazakhstan10
7Wong Kan Po (HKg) Hong Kong9
8Yuriy Metlushenko (Ukr) Ukraine8
9Matej Stare (Slo) Slovenia7
10Danilo Hondo (Ger) PSK Whirlpool - Author6
11Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team5
12Vid Ogris (Slo) Loborika4
13Kiel Reijnen (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team3
14Sergiy Grechin (Ukr) Ukraine2
15Dong Xiaoyong (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team1

Sprint 1
1Lucas Persson (Swe) Team Capinordic5pts
2Anatoliy Pakhtusov (Ukr) Ukraine3
3Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kaz) Kazakhstan1

Mountain 1
1Lucas Persson (Swe) Team Capinordic7pts
2Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kaz) Kazakhstan5
3Anatoliy Pakhtusov (Ukr) Ukraine3
4Volodymyr Starchyk (Ukr) Ukraine2
5Yevgeniy Sladkov (Kaz) Kazakhstan1

Teams
1Skil-Shimano8:49:06
2Loborika
3Slovenia
4Ukraine
5Kazakhstan
6Hong Kong, China
7Team Capinordic
8Jelly Belly Cycling Team
9Team Utensilnord
10Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team
11Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team
12PSK Whirlpool - Author
13Max Success Sports
14Cinelli-Down Under
15Poland
16Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
17Team Neotel - Stegcomputer
18Praties
19Rapha Condor
20People's Republic of China0:02:36

Asian Teams
1Kazakhstan8:49:06
2Hong Kong, China
3Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team
4Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team
5Max Success Sports
6People's Republic of China0:02:36
7Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:02:46

General classification after stage 4
1Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team13:49:38
2Niklas Axelsson (Swe) Team Corratec0:00:15
3Mitja Mahoric (Slo) Slovenia0:01:03
4Radoslav Rogina (Cro) Loborika0:01:07
5Ghader Mizbani Iranagh (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team0:01:34
6Dmitriy Fofonov (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:02:03
7Volodymyr Starchyk (Ukr) Ukraine0:02:13
8Yevgeniy Sladkov (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:02:21
9Mariusz Witecki (Pol) Poland0:02:23
10Ahad Kazemi Sarai (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team0:02:24
11Sergiy Grechin (Ukr) Ukraine0:02:41
12Danilo Hondo (Ger) PSK Whirlpool - Author0:03:08
13Matej Stare (Slo) Slovenia0:03:13
14Kiel Reijnen (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:03:20
15Andrea Pagoto (Ita) Team Corratec0:03:30
16Jacques Janse Van Rensburg (RSA) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:03:40
17Li Fuyu (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:04:00
18Jure Kocjan (Slo) Slovenia0:04:02
19Lucas Persson (Swe) Team Capinordic0:04:08
20Valentin Iglinskiy (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:04:11
21Vladimir Kerkez (Slo) Slovenia0:04:12
22Yevceniy Nepomnyachshiy (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:04:19
23Theo Eltink (Ned) Skil-Shimano0:04:20
24Anatoliy Pakhtusov (Ukr) Ukraine0:04:22
25Andrej Omulec (Slo) Slovenia0:04:25
26Kristjan Durasek (Cro) Loborika0:04:30
27James Perry (RSA) Team Stegcomputer - Neotel0:05:45
28Frantisek Padour (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author0:06:00
29Hossein Askari (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team0:06:28
30Pawel Cieslik (Pol) Poland0:06:34
31Gasper Svab (Slo) Slovenia0:06:35
32Bostjan Rezman (Slo) Slovenia0:06:36
33Alexandr Shushemoin (Kaz) Kazakhstan
34Jiao Pengda (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:06:55
35Wong Kan Po (HKg) Hong Kong0:06:59
36Hrvoje Miholjevic (Cro) Loborika0:11:07
37Simon Richardson (GBr) Rapha Condor0:11:43
38Mateusz Mroz (Pol) Poland0:11:46
39Adrian Honkisz (Pol) Poland0:11:57
40Leopold Konig (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author0:12:17
41Stanislav Kozubek (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author0:13:02
42Sun Lei (Chn) Max Success Sports0:13:09
43Oleksandr Sheydyk (Ukr) Ukraine0:15:39
44Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:16:03
45Han Feng (Chn) Skil-Shimano0:16:09
46Volodymyr Rybin (Ukr) Ukraine0:17:33
47Nazar Jumabekov (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:19:09
48Dong Xiaoyong (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:19:35
49Liu Biao (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:21:05
50Roger Beuchat (Swi) Team Stegcomputer - Neotel0:21:44
51Bruno Rizzi (Ita) Team Corratec0:23:36
52Petr Bencik (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author0:23:56
53Ma Haijun (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:25:01
54Tom Southam (GBr) Rapha Condor0:26:00
55Wu Shengjun (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:27:10
56Darren Lapthorne (Aus) Rapha Condor0:27:42
57Carlo Corra (Ita) Team Corratec0:29:28
58Emiliano Donadello (Ita) Team Corratec0:31:46
59Vid Ogris (Slo) Loborika0:32:20
60Tang Wang Yip (HKg) Hong Kong0:32:25
61Eric Van De Meent (Ned) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:32:27
62Wang Meiyin (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:32:32
63Yukihiro Doi (Jpn) Skil-Shimano0:34:54
64Nathan Earle (Aus) Praties0:35:04
65Jeremy Powers (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:35:20
66Tom Veelers (Ned) Skil-Shimano0:35:21
67Nick Reistad (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:35:25
68Hossein Jahabanian (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team
69Ben Grenda (Aus) Praties0:35:27
70Dan Craven (Nam) Rapha Condor
71Kristian House (GBr) Rapha Condor
72Kwok Ho Ting (HKg) Hong Kong0:35:28
73Volodymyr Duma (Ukr) Ukraine
74Tomislav Danculovic (Cro) Loborika0:35:30
75Niki Ostergaard (Den) Team Capinordic0:35:35
76Jacobus Venter (RSA) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:35:37
77Xu Gang (Chn) Max Success Sports0:35:38
78Nikola Aistrup (Den) Team Capinordic0:35:40
79Song Baoqing (Chn) China0:35:55
80Zhang Ruisong (Chn) Max Success Sports
81Hui Guo (Chn) Max Success Sports0:37:28
82Will Routley (Can) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:37:47
83Chan Chun Hing (HKg) Hong Kong0:38:50
84Liu Yilin (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:38:57
85Wei Kui (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:39:39
86Liu Peng (Chn) China0:40:04
87Piotr Osinski (Pol) Poland0:40:43
88Ji Jianhua (Chn) China0:40:58
89Ben Mather (Aus) Praties0:42:12
90Jakub Danacik (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author0:43:16
91Kristian Sobota (Den) Team Capinordic0:43:24
92Sven De Weerdt (Bel) Cinelli - Down Under0:43:32
93William Clarke (Aus) Praties0:45:45
94Bert De Backer (Bel) Skil-Shimano0:47:29
95Darko Blazevic (Cro) Loborika0:47:33
96Serhiy Honchar (Ukr) Team Corratec0:47:35
97Matthew Green (Aus) Cinelli - Down Under0:47:36
98Tu Yue (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:47:37
99Tigran Korkotyan (Arm) Team Stegcomputer - Neotel0:47:40
100Medhi Fahridi Kovij (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team0:47:45
101Liam Holohan (GBr) Rapha Condor0:47:57
102Matthew Rice (Aus) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:49:30
103Zhang Hui (Chn) Max Success Sports0:50:39
104Michael Fitzgerald (Aus) Cinelli - Down Under0:51:36
105Cheng Ji (Chn) Skil-Shimano0:51:37
106Adam Wadecki (Pol) Team Corratec0:51:46
107Zhao Yujian (Chn) Max Success Sports0:52:16
108Lai Kuan Hua (Tpe) Giant Asia Racing Team0:52:45
109Wojciech Dybel (Pol) Poland0:53:02
110Bert Roesems (Bel) Cinelli - Down Under0:54:49
111Logan Dennis Hutchings (NZl) Cinelli - Down Under0:55:10
112Liu Bo (Chn) China0:56:02
113Yuriy Metlushenko (Ukr) Ukraine0:56:03
114Peter Ronsse (Bel) Cinelli - Down Under0:58:38
115Christopher D'Amelio (Aus) Cinelli - Down Under0:59:12
116Christopher Stevenson (Swe) Team Capinordic1:01:09
117Ji Xitao (Chn) China1:01:12
118Ben Grieve-Johnson (Aus) Praties1:01:37
119Lukasz Osiecki (Pol) Poland1:06:08
120Cheung King Wai (HKg) Hong Kong1:08:38
121Leon Van Bon (Ned) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team1:09:20
122Andreas Linden (Swe) Team Capinordic1:10:51
123Peng Kuei Hsiang (Tpe) Giant Asia Racing Team1:15:31
124Liu Hao (Chn) Max Success Sports1:16:57
125Vojtech Dlouhy (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author1:32:05
126Morten Hoberg (Den) Team Capinordic1:32:28

Mountains classification
1Ahad Kazemi Sarai (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team21pts
2Ghader Mizbani Iranagh (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team18
3Lucas Persson (Swe) Team Capinordic7
4Yevgeniy Sladkov (Kaz) Kazakhstan7
5Wu Shengjun (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team5
6Bostjan Rezman (Slo) Slovenia5
7Jiao Pengda (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team5
8Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kaz) Kazakhstan5
9Volodymyr Starchyk (Ukr) Ukraine4
10Anatoliy Pakhtusov (Ukr) Ukraine3
11Gasper Svab (Slo) Slovenia3
12Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team2
13Alexandr Shushemoin (Kaz) Kazakhstan2
14Niklas Axelsson (Swe) Team Corratec1
15Nazar Jumabekov (Kaz) Kazakhstan1

Points classification
1Radoslav Rogina (Cro) Loborika54pts
2Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team43
3Danilo Hondo (Ger) PSK Whirlpool - Author41
4Mitja Mahoric (Slo) Slovenia40
5Valentin Iglinskiy (Kaz) Kazakhstan34
6Jure Kocjan (Slo) Slovenia31
7Matej Stare (Slo) Slovenia30
8Ahad Kazemi Sarai (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team25
9Ghader Mizbani Iranagh (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team24
10Li Fuyu (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team22
11Wu Shengjun (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team21
12Yevgeniy Sladkov (Kaz) Kazakhstan21
13Mariusz Witecki (Pol) Poland21
14Dmitriy Fofonov (Kaz) Kazakhstan20
15Niklas Axelsson (Swe) Team Corratec19
16Sergiy Grechin (Ukr) Ukraine19
17Volodymyr Starchyk (Ukr) Ukraine18
18Kiel Reijnen (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team16
19Tom Veelers (Ned) Skil-Shimano14
20Nikola Aistrup (Den) Team Capinordic11
21Anatoliy Pakhtusov (Ukr) Ukraine10
22James Perry (RSA) Team Stegcomputer - Neotel10
23Wong Kan Po (HKg) Hong Kong10
24Will Routley (Can) Jelly Belly Cycling Team10
25Yuriy Metlushenko (Ukr) Ukraine8
26Frantisek Padour (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author7
27Darren Lapthorne (Aus) Rapha Condor7
28Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kaz) Kazakhstan6
29Lucas Persson (Swe) Team Capinordic5
30Theo Eltink (Ned) Skil-Shimano5
31Bruno Rizzi (Ita) Team Corratec5
32Stanislav Kozubek (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author4
33Vid Ogris (Slo) Loborika4
34William Clarke (Aus) Praties4
35Volodymyr Rybin (Ukr) Ukraine3
36Roger Beuchat (Swi) Team Stegcomputer - Neotel3
37Jacques Janse Van Rensburg (RSA) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team2
38Pawel Cieslik (Pol) Poland1
39Dong Xiaoyong (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team1
40Volodymyr Duma (Ukr) Ukraine1

Asian riders classification
1Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team13:49:38
2Ghader Mizbani Iranagh (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team0:01:34
3Dmitriy Fofonov (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:02:03
4Yevgeniy Sladkov (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:02:21
5Ahad Kazemi Sarai (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team0:02:24
6Li Fuyu (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:04:00
7Valentin Iglinskiy (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:04:11
8Yevceniy Nepomnyachshiy (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:04:19
9Hossein Askari (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team0:06:28
10Alexandr Shushemoin (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:06:36
11Jiao Pengda (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:06:55
12Wong Kan Po (HKg) Hong Kong0:06:59
13Sun Lei (Chn) Max Success Sports0:13:09
14Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:16:03
15Nazar Jumabekov (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:19:09
16Dong Xiaoyong (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:19:35
17Liu Biao (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:21:05
18Ma Haijun (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:25:01
19Wu Shengjun (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:27:10
20Tang Wang Yip (HKg) Hong Kong0:32:25
21Wang Meiyin (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:32:32
22Hossein Jahabanian (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team0:35:25
23Kwok Ho Ting (HKg) Hong Kong0:35:28
24Xu Gang (Chn) Max Success Sports0:35:38
25Song Baoqing (Chn) China0:35:55
26Zhang Ruisong (Chn) Max Success Sports
27Hui Guo (Chn) Max Success Sports0:37:28
28Chan Chun Hing (HKg) Hong Kong0:38:50
29Liu Yilin (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:38:57
30Wei Kui (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:39:39
31Liu Peng (Chn) China0:40:04
32Ji Jianhua (Chn) China0:40:58
33Tu Yue (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:47:37
34Medhi Fahridi Kovij (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team0:47:45
35Zhang Hui (Chn) Max Success Sports0:50:39
36Zhao Yujian (Chn) Max Success Sports0:52:16
37Lai Kuan Hua (Tpe) Giant Asia Racing Team0:52:45
38Liu Bo (Chn) China0:56:02
39Ji Xitao (Chn) China1:01:12
40Cheung King Wai (HKg) Hong Kong1:08:38
41Peng Kuei Hsiang (Tpe) Giant Asia Racing Team1:15:31
42Liu Hao (Chn) Max Success Sports1:16:57

Teams classification
1Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team41:33:22
2Kazakhstan0:03:59
3Slovenia0:04:10
4Ukraine0:04:38
5PSK Whirlpool - Author0:07:58
6Loborika0:12:01
7Team Utensilnord0:16:08
8Poland0:16:09
9Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:30:17
10Skil-Shimano0:32:57
11Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:35:18
12Team Neotel - Stegcomputer0:46:59
13Rapha Condor0:49:02
14Hong Kong, China0:58:36
15Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:59:57
16Team Capinordic1:06:17
17Max Success Sports1:19:42
18Praties1:31:33
19People's Republic of China1:44:36
20Cinelli-Down Under2:13:46

Asian teams classification
1Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team41:33:22
2Kazakhstan0:03:59
3Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:30:17
4Hong Kong, China0:58:36
5Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team1:11:02
6Max Success Sports1:19:42
7People's Republic of China1:44:36

 

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