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Last year Kocjan Jure won the second to final stage in Huzhu under controversial circumstances after the two riders who had a small advantage over the leading group took a wrong turn with less that two kilometres to go. This year Jure has shown his class as a sprinter capable of staying with the leaders over the big mountains by winning his second stage of the race in similar circumstances to his first on stage two.

After cresting the final climb within range of the leaders, the Slovenian easily bridged the gap on the descent. From then on all he had to do was stay in the wheels and bide his time before switching on the after burners with just a few hundred meters to the finish.

It worked on stage two, and it worked again today. His win on stage two may have been seen to be a one off, given that the relatively short stage of just 95 kilometres may not have been long enough or mountainous enough for the true climbers to sap the energy from the rest of the field.

By winning today's queen stage, the longest of the tour at 178 kilometres and also the toughest with its two haute category climbs, Jure certainly dispelled that notion.

Behind Jure, Dmitriy Fofonov (Kazachstan) took his second runner up position of the race, while the green jersey of Rogina Radoslav (Loborika) was third, proving himself to be a solid all rounder. Inn reality Jure was never threatened for the win.

"I am very happy with the win today, it was a very tough stage so to win is great," Jure explained in between high five-ing his teammates.

"The last three kilometres of the climb I was on my maximum, I was almost on the back of the first group, and I said this morning that if I was in the first group over the climb I could win for sure.

"My team-mate Andrej Omulec worked very hard for me in the sprint, while Mitja Mahoric defended his second place on general classification. I knew that if we came to the finish as a group that I would be the fastest."

A shuffle but no real change on GC

With today being the toughest stage of the tour so far, it was expected that the fight for general classification would blow apart the peloton. Although this was the case, there was no real change in the overall classification at the pointy end of the field, with Mizurov still holding onto his overall lead from Mahoric and Rogina.

"For me today was no problem. I am a climber so the mountains are not a problem," a confident Mizurov said after receiving his eight yellow jersey of the race, he has lead now since day one.

"That there is such a long distance from the top of the mountain to the finish is a shame. Normally if there is a race with a Hors Categorie climb then we finish on the mountain. That there is such a distance to the finish, is a problem."

After the first climb of the day at just 34 kilometres, a small group rolled off the front on the descent, gradually building up over a four minute lead. Contained in this group were two real threats to the yellow jersey of Andrey Mizurov (Tabriz Petrochemicals) – Yevgeniv Sladkov (Kazakhstan) and Lucas Persson (Capinordic) who, apart from an off day on stage one where he lost four minutes, has been riding a solid race. Mizurov's team-mate and mountains classification leader Ahad Sarai Kazemi policed the break for his captain.

At one stage these two riders had amassed enough time to move into the virtual first and second position, respectively. But as the main peloton began the major climb to 3800 meters, the lead of the six riders out front was first brought back to a more manageable range before Mizurov set off in pursuit of the leaders with third placed overall, Rogina.

Just a few kilometres later Mizurov was on his own, taking huge chucks of time out of the leaders with every kilometre. By the time they had reached half way the climb, Mizurov had assumed the head of the race with Sarai Kazemi.

Working together, these two rode strongly to claim first and second as they crossed the summit of the highest pass of the tour.

But with over 15 kilometres of descent followed by 25 kilometres of flat roads leading to the finish in Menyuan, the pair decided it was better to wait for the chase group and conserve energy for tomorrows brutal stage to Huzhu.

As the lead group hit the flat roads to the finish, a small but dangerous move went off the front. Mitja Mahoric and Fofonov, policed by Ghader Mizbani Iranagh held a lead of around a half a minute for 10 kilometres, but when Mizurov realised that his overall lead may be in jeopardy, he jumped on the front and chased the break down himself.

"It was a dangerous move, so I had to work," he explained.

At five kilometres to go Mizurov even tried to escape himself, but the Slovenian team quickly shut him down.

"Mizurov was definitely the strongest guy in the race," Jure explained. "Mitja tried in the last 20 kilometres, and had a half a minute advantage before the Iranian team worked hard to catch him, with about 10 kilometres to go."

"On the climb it will be hard [to get away from Mizurov], but maybe on the descents and the flat he can get away. We will see tomorrow, but I think that we will be happy with second in the general classification."

"Tomorrow's stage was the one that I won last year, so I will try again to be in the first group on the climb, and I will try to sprint again," Jure concluded.

Jure may be faced with a tough task as Mizurov hinted that unlike today there is no flat run in to the finish, which may work in his favour, as he may try to capture another stage to go with his prologue win.

"Tomorrow there are more mountains so the race is not over. It is only downhill to the finish, there is no flat," he said.
 

Results
1Jure Kocjan (Slo) Slovenia4:18:12
2Dmitriy Fofonov (Kaz) Kazakhstan
3Radoslav Rogina (Cro) Loborika
4Mitja Mahoric (Slo) Slovenia
5Ghader Mizbani Iranagh (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team
6Yevgeniy Sladkov (Kaz) Kazakhstan
7Lucas Persson (Swe) Team Capinordic
8Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team
9James Perry (RSA) Team Stegcomputer - Neotel
10Niklas Axelsson (Swe) Team Corratec
11Ahad Kazemi Sarai (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team
12Andrej Omulec (Slo) Slovenia0:00:10
13Valentin Iglinskiy (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:04:15
14Danilo Hondo (Ger) PSK Whirlpool - Author
15Matej Stare (Slo) Slovenia
16Vladimir Kerkez (Slo) Slovenia
17Volodymyr Starchyk (Ukr) Ukraine
18Frantisek Padour (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author
19Adrian Honkisz (Pol) Poland
20Volodymyr Rybin (Ukr) Ukraine
21Yevceniy Nepomnyachshiy (Kaz) Kazakhstan
22Wu Shengjun (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team
23Tomislav Danculovic (Cro) Loborika
24Liu Biao (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team
25Petr Bencik (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author
26Alexandr Shushemoin (Kaz) Kazakhstan
27Hossein Askari (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team
28Nazar Jumabekov (Kaz) Kazakhstan
29Jacques Janse Van Rensburg (RSA) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
30Serhiy Honchar (Ukr) Team Corratec
31Leopold Konig (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author
32Stanislav Kozubek (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author
33Bostjan Rezman (Slo) Slovenia
34Pawel Cieslik (Pol) Poland
35Anatoliy Pakhtusov (Ukr) Ukraine
36Sergiy Grechin (Ukr) Ukraine
37Wei Kui (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:09:22
38Mateusz Mroz (Pol) Poland
39Hrvoje Miholjevic (Cro) Loborika
40Li Fuyu (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
41Song Baoqing (Chn) China0:11:46
42Jiao Pengda (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team
43Zhang Hui (Chn) Max Success Sports
44Dong Xiaoyong (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team
45Liu Peng (Chn) China
46Kristjan Durasek (Cro) Loborika
47Carlo Corra (Ita) Team Corratec
48Darren Lapthorne (Aus) Rapha Condor
49Sven De Weerdt (Bel) Cinelli - Down Under0:14:49
50Peter Ronsse (Bel) Cinelli - Down Under
51Hui Guo (Chn) Max Success Sports
52Nikola Aistrup (Den) Team Capinordic
53Bruno Rizzi (Ita) Team Corratec
54Tang Wang Yip (HKg) Hong Kong
55Bert Roesems (Bel) Cinelli - Down Under
56Cheng Ji (Chn) Skil-Shimano
57Nick Reistad (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
58Ben Grenda (Aus) Praties
59Tom Veelers (Ned) Skil-Shimano
60Kristian Sobota (Den) Team Capinordic
61Vid Ogris (Slo) Loborika
62Emiliano Donadello (Ita) Team Corratec
63Andreas Linden (Swe) Team Capinordic
64Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kaz) Kazakhstan
65Kristian House (GBr) Rapha Condor
66Hossein Jahabanian (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team
67Nathan Earle (Aus) Praties
68Tom Southam (GBr) Rapha Condor
69Bert De Backer (Bel) Skil-Shimano
70Dan Craven (Nam) Rapha Condor
71Wojciech Dybel (Pol) Poland
72Logan Dennis Hutchings (NZl) Cinelli - Down Under
73Liu Bo (Chn) China0:23:06
74Wang Meiyin (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:23:09
75Sun Lei (Chn) Max Success Sports0:23:11
76Ma Haijun (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:23:13
77Volodymyr Duma (Ukr) Ukraine
78Michael Fitzgerald (Aus) Cinelli - Down Under
79Jakub Danacik (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author
80Morten Hoberg (Den) Team Capinordic
81Oleksandr Sheydyk (Ukr) Ukraine
82Christopher D'Amelio (Aus) Cinelli - Down Under
83Cheung King Wai (HKg) Hong Kong
84Zhang Ruisong (Chn) Max Success Sports
85Wong Kan Po (HKg) Hong Kong
86Jeremy Powers (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
87Matthew Rice (Aus) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
88Darko Blazevic (Cro) Loborika
89Yuriy Metlushenko (Ukr) Ukraine
90Han Feng (Chn) Skil-Shimano
91Niki Ostergaard (Den) Team Capinordic
92Vojtech Dlouhy (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author
93Christopher Stevenson (Swe) Team Capinordic
94Liam Holohan (GBr) Rapha Condor
95Jacobus Venter (RSA) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
96Medhi Fahridi Kovij (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team
97Lukasz Osiecki (Pol) Poland
98Roger Beuchat (Swi) Team Stegcomputer - Neotel
99Kwok Ho Ting (HKg) Hong Kong0:30:46
100Xu Gang (Chn) Max Success Sports
101Liu Hao (Chn) Max Success Sports0:33:03
102Liu Yilin (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
103Zhao Yujian (Chn) Max Success Sports
104Peng Kuei Hsiang (Tpe) Giant Asia Racing Team0:41:34
105Tu Yue (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:42:17
106Lai Kuan Hua (Tpe) Giant Asia Racing Team0:44:21
DNSKiel Reijnen (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
DNSMatthew Green (Aus) Cinelli - Down Under
DNSAndrea Pagoto (Ita) Team Corratec
DNSBen Grieve-Johnson (Aus) Praties
DNSBen Mather (Aus) Praties
DNFYukihiro Doi (Jpn) Skil-Shimano
DNFTheo Eltink (Ned) Skil-Shimano
DNFEric Van De Meent (Ned) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
DNFLeon Van Bon (Ned) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
DNFAdam Wadecki (Pol) Team Corratec
DNFWilliam Clarke (Aus) Praties
DNFPiotr Osinski (Pol) Poland
DNFMariusz Witecki (Pol) Poland
DNFJi Xitao (Chn) China

Mountain 1 (Cat 1)
1Ahad Kazemi Sarai (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team7pts
2Ghader Mizbani Iranagh (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team5
3Volodymyr Starchyk (Ukr) Ukraine3
4Bostjan Rezman (Slo) Slovenia2
5Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team1

Mountain 2 (HC)
1Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team9pts
2Ahad Kazemi Sarai (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team7
3Ghader Mizbani Iranagh (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team5
4Yevgeniy Sladkov (Kaz) Kazakhstan3
5Dmitriy Fofonov (Kaz) Kazakhstan2
6Mitja Mahoric (Slo) Slovenia1

Teams
1Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team12:54:36
2Slovenia0:00:10
3Kazakhstan0:04:15
4PSK Whirlpool - Author0:12:45
5Ukraine
6Loborika0:13:37
7Team Utensilnord0:16:01
8Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:17:52
9Poland
10Team Capinordic0:29:38
11Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:36:46
12Rapha Condor0:41:24
13Cinelli-Down Under0:44:27
14Skil-Shimano
15People's Republic of China0:46:38
16Max Success Sports0:49:46
17Hong Kong, China1:01:15
18Jelly Belly Cycling Team

Asian Teams
1Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team12:54:36
2Kazakhstan0:04:15
3Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:17:52
4People's Republic of China0:46:38
5Max Success Sports0:49:46
6Hong Kong, China1:01:15
7Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team1:05:34

General classification after stage 7
1Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team24:21:58
2Mitja Mahoric (Slo) Slovenia0:01:00
3Radoslav Rogina (Cro) Loborika0:01:03
4Ghader Mizbani Iranagh (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team0:01:40
5Dmitriy Fofonov (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:01:59
6Yevgeniy Sladkov (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:02:33
7Jure Kocjan (Slo) Slovenia0:03:44
8Lucas Persson (Swe) Team Capinordic0:04:14
9Niklas Axelsson (Swe) Team Corratec0:04:38
10Andrej Omulec (Slo) Slovenia0:04:39
11Volodymyr Starchyk (Ukr) Ukraine0:06:28
12Sergiy Grechin (Ukr) Ukraine0:06:56
13Danilo Hondo (Ger) PSK Whirlpool - Author0:07:19
14Matej Stare (Slo) Slovenia0:07:22
15Jacques Janse Van Rensburg (RSA) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:08:01
16Valentin Iglinskiy (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:08:13
17Vladimir Kerkez (Slo) Slovenia0:08:33
18Yevceniy Nepomnyachshiy (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:08:47
19Hossein Askari (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team0:10:49
20Pawel Cieslik (Pol) Poland
21Bostjan Rezman (Slo) Slovenia0:10:57
22Anatoliy Pakhtusov (Ukr) Ukraine0:12:57
23Li Fuyu (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:13:21
24Alexandr Shushemoin (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:15:20
25James Perry (RSA) Team Stegcomputer - Neotel0:15:57
26Stanislav Kozubek (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author0:17:23
27Ahad Kazemi Sarai (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team0:18:21
28Hrvoje Miholjevic (Cro) Loborika0:20:35
29Frantisek Padour (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author0:23:20
30Nazar Jumabekov (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:23:53
31Mateusz Mroz (Pol) Poland0:25:37
32Leopold Konig (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author0:26:44
33Jiao Pengda (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:28:53
34Kristjan Durasek (Cro) Loborika0:29:21
35Adrian Honkisz (Pol) Poland0:32:03
36Volodymyr Rybin (Ukr) Ukraine0:32:52
37Wong Kan Po (HKg) Hong Kong0:34:41
38Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:35:15
39Liu Biao (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:35:31
40Dong Xiaoyong (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:35:44
41Petr Bencik (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author0:38:47
42Han Feng (Chn) Skil-Shimano0:39:28
43Tomislav Danculovic (Cro) Loborika0:39:58
44Darren Lapthorne (Aus) Rapha Condor0:43:57
45Carlo Corra (Ita) Team Corratec0:45:43
46Song Baoqing (Chn) China0:48:18
47Roger Beuchat (Swi) Team Stegcomputer - Neotel0:49:26
48Tom Veelers (Ned) Skil-Shimano0:50:10
49Dan Craven (Nam) Rapha Condor0:50:16
50Nick Reistad (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:50:20
51Hossein Jahabanian (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team
52Nikola Aistrup (Den) Team Capinordic0:50:27
53Tang Wang Yip (HKg) Hong Kong0:51:37
54Wu Shengjun (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:51:46
55Ma Haijun (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:52:43
56Oleksandr Sheydyk (Ukr) Ukraine0:54:49
57Vid Ogris (Slo) Loborika0:55:02
58Emiliano Donadello (Ita) Team Corratec0:55:22
59Wang Meiyin (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:55:47
60Sun Lei (Chn) Max Success Sports0:56:35
61Hui Guo (Chn) Max Success Sports0:56:43
62Tom Southam (GBr) Rapha Condor0:56:46
63Sven De Weerdt (Bel) Cinelli - Down Under0:58:21
64Bruno Rizzi (Ita) Team Corratec0:58:46
65Wei Kui (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:59:13
66Liu Peng (Chn) China1:02:02
67Bert De Backer (Bel) Skil-Shimano1:02:18
68Kristian Sobota (Den) Team Capinordic1:02:42
69Jacobus Venter (RSA) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team1:03:19
70Ben Grenda (Aus) Praties1:03:21
71Nathan Earle (Aus) Praties1:05:50
72Kristian House (GBr) Rapha Condor1:06:07
73Volodymyr Duma (Ukr) Ukraine1:09:53
74Cheng Ji (Chn) Skil-Shimano1:10:55
75Jakub Danacik (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author1:10:58
76Bert Roesems (Bel) Cinelli - Down Under1:14:07
77Serhiy Honchar (Ukr) Team Corratec1:14:35
78Niki Ostergaard (Den) Team Capinordic1:14:45
79Zhang Ruisong (Chn) Max Success Sports1:15:05
80Wojciech Dybel (Pol) Poland1:15:44
81Matthew Rice (Aus) Jelly Belly Cycling Team1:17:06
82Zhang Hui (Chn) Max Success Sports1:18:22
83Jeremy Powers (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team1:18:54
84Liu Bo (Chn) China1:19:13
85Darko Blazevic (Cro) Loborika1:20:58
86Medhi Fahridi Kovij (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team1:21:10
87Peter Ronsse (Bel) Cinelli - Down Under1:23:39
88Christopher Stevenson (Swe) Team Capinordic1:24:28
89Andreas Linden (Swe) Team Capinordic1:25:52
90Logan Dennis Hutchings (NZl) Cinelli - Down Under1:25:56
91Kwok Ho Ting (HKg) Hong Kong1:26:35
92Xu Gang (Chn) Max Success Sports1:26:45
93Liam Holohan (GBr) Rapha Condor1:27:07
94Michael Fitzgerald (Aus) Cinelli - Down Under1:27:16
95Liu Yilin (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team1:27:57
96Yuriy Metlushenko (Ukr) Ukraine1:29:12
97Christopher D'Amelio (Aus) Cinelli - Down Under1:32:37
98Lukasz Osiecki (Pol) Poland1:39:33
99Zhao Yujian (Chn) Max Success Sports1:41:47
100Cheung King Wai (HKg) Hong Kong1:42:03
101Tu Yue (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team1:47:53
102Vojtech Dlouhy (Cze) PSK Whirlpool - Author1:59:47
103Morten Hoberg (Den) Team Capinordic2:00:10
104Liu Hao (Chn) Max Success Sports2:00:43
105Peng Kuei Hsiang (Tpe) Giant Asia Racing Team2:07:17
106Lai Kuan Hua (Tpe) Giant Asia Racing Team2:32:36

Mountains classification
1Ahad Kazemi Sarai (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team36pts
2Ghader Mizbani Iranagh (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team30
3Yevgeniy Sladkov (Kaz) Kazakhstan13
4Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team12
5Lucas Persson (Swe) Team Capinordic7
6Volodymyr Starchyk (Ukr) Ukraine7
7Bostjan Rezman (Slo) Slovenia7
8Liu Biao (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team6
9Wu Shengjun (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team5
10Song Baoqing (Chn) China5
11Jiao Pengda (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team5
12Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kaz) Kazakhstan5
13Hui Guo (Chn) Max Success Sports5
14Dmitriy Fofonov (Kaz) Kazakhstan3
15Anatoliy Pakhtusov (Ukr) Ukraine3
16Alexandr Shushemoin (Kaz) Kazakhstan2
17Mitja Mahoric (Slo) Slovenia1
18Niklas Axelsson (Swe) Team Corratec1
19Nazar Jumabekov (Kaz) Kazakhstan1

Asian rider classification
1Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team24:21:58
2Ghader Mizbani Iranagh (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team0:01:40
3Dmitriy Fofonov (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:01:59
4Yevgeniy Sladkov (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:02:33
5Valentin Iglinskiy (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:08:13
6Yevceniy Nepomnyachshiy (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:08:47
7Hossein Askari (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team0:10:49
8Li Fuyu (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:13:21
9Alexandr Shushemoin (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:15:20
10Ahad Kazemi Sarai (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team0:18:21
11Nazar Jumabekov (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:23:53
12Jiao Pengda (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:28:53
13Wong Kan Po (HKg) Hong Kong0:34:41
14Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kaz) Kazakhstan0:35:15
15Liu Biao (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:35:31
16Dong Xiaoyong (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:35:44
17Song Baoqing (Chn) China0:48:18
18Hossein Jahabanian (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team0:50:20
19Tang Wang Yip (HKg) Hong Kong0:51:37
20Wu Shengjun (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:51:46
21Ma Haijun (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:52:43
22Wang Meiyin (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team0:55:47
23Sun Lei (Chn) Max Success Sports0:56:35
24Hui Guo (Chn) Max Success Sports0:56:43
25Wei Kui (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team0:59:13
26Liu Peng (Chn) China1:02:02
27Zhang Ruisong (Chn) Max Success Sports1:15:05
28Zhang Hui (Chn) Max Success Sports1:18:22
29Liu Bo (Chn) China1:19:13
30Medhi Fahridi Kovij (IRI) Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team1:21:10
31Kwok Ho Ting (HKg) Hong Kong1:26:35
32Xu Gang (Chn) Max Success Sports1:26:45
33Liu Yilin (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team1:27:57
34Zhao Yujian (Chn) Max Success Sports1:41:47
35Cheung King Wai (HKg) Hong Kong1:42:03
36Tu Yue (Chn) Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team1:47:53
37Liu Hao (Chn) Max Success Sports2:00:43
38Peng Kuei Hsiang (Tpe) Giant Asia Racing Team2:07:17
39Lai Kuan Hua (Tpe) Giant Asia Racing Team2:32:36

Teams classification
1Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team73:10:34
2Slovenia0:04:08
3Kazakhstan0:08:15
4Ukraine0:21:34
5PSK Whirlpool - Author0:25:06
6Loborika0:25:38
7Poland0:38:18
8Team Utensilnord0:45:29
9Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team1:07:01
10Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team1:12:04
11Skil-Shimano1:17:12
12Team Capinordic1:35:55
13Rapha Condor1:50:34
14Jelly Belly Cycling Team2:05:29
15Hong Kong, China2:18:43
16Max Success Sports2:39:48
17People's Republic of China2:41:26
18Cinelli-Down Under3:12:42

Asian teams classification
1Petrochemical Tabriz Cycling Team73:10:34
2Kazakhstan0:08:15
3Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team1:07:01
4Hong Kong, China2:18:43
5Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team2:32:27
6Max Success Sports2:39:48
7People's Republic of China2:41:26

 

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