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Meersman wins Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race

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Gianni Meersman takes the win!

Gianni Meersman takes the win! (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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One of the many small groups that formed over the race

One of the many small groups that formed over the race (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Cycling Australia president Malcolm Speed presents Cadel Evans with a book signed by fans

Cycling Australia president Malcolm Speed presents Cadel Evans with a book signed by fans (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) checks his trophy over

Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) checks his trophy over (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) holding his trophy aloft

Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) holding his trophy aloft (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Cadel Evans with his son Robel after the race

Cadel Evans with his son Robel after the race (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) claims his first win of 2015

Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) claims his first win of 2015 (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Yes! Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) celebrates victory

Yes! Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) celebrates victory (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step)

Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) gets the win ahead of Simon Clarke (Orica-GreenEdge)

Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) gets the win ahead of Simon Clarke (Orica-GreenEdge) (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Simon Clarke (Orica-GreenEdge) and Danilo Wyss (BMC)

Simon Clarke (Orica-GreenEdge) and Danilo Wyss (BMC) (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Danilo Wyss (BMC) leads Simon Clarke (Orica-GreenEdge)

Danilo Wyss (BMC) leads Simon Clarke (Orica-GreenEdge) (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Silvan Dillier (BMC) digging deep

Silvan Dillier (BMC) digging deep (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Mark Renshaw (Etixx-Quick Step)

Mark Renshaw (Etixx-Quick Step) (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Maxime Bouet (Etixx-Quick Step)

Maxime Bouet (Etixx-Quick Step) (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Cadel Evans (BMC) soaking it all in

Cadel Evans (BMC) soaking it all in (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Cadel Evans (BMC) waves from the podium

Cadel Evans (BMC) waves from the podium (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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There was plenty of fans out today despite the inclement weather

There was plenty of fans out today despite the inclement weather (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Maxime Bouet (Etixx-Quick Step) chasing KOM points

Maxime Bouet (Etixx-Quick Step) chasing KOM points (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Checking the distance back to the chasing group

Checking the distance back to the chasing group (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) mid-race

Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) mid-race (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Samuel Sánchez (BMC)

Samuel Sánchez (BMC) (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Samuel Sánchez (BMC) was busy on the front of the peloton during his first race of 2015

Samuel Sánchez (BMC) was busy on the front of the peloton during his first race of 2015 (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Cadel Evans (BMC) spraying champagne on the podium for the final time

Cadel Evans (BMC) spraying champagne on the podium for the final time (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Gianni Meersman and Maxime Bouet (Etixx-Quick Step) talk champagne tactics

Gianni Meersman and Maxime Bouet (Etixx-Quick Step) talk champagne tactics (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Gianni Meersman and Maxime Bouet (Etixx-Quick Step) all smiles on the podium

Gianni Meersman and Maxime Bouet (Etixx-Quick Step) all smiles on the podium (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Maxime Bouet (Etixx-Quick Step) won the KOM jersey

Maxime Bouet (Etixx-Quick Step) won the KOM jersey (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step)

Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Maxime Bouet (Etixx-Quick Step)

Maxime Bouet (Etixx-Quick Step) (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Maxime Bouet (Etixx-Quick Step) on the podium

Maxime Bouet (Etixx-Quick Step) on the podium (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Cadel Evans (BMC) with race winner Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step)

Cadel Evans (BMC) with race winner Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Cadel Evans (BMC) puts in an effort

Cadel Evans (BMC) puts in an effort (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Cadel Evans (BMC) giving it his all

Cadel Evans (BMC) giving it his all (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Cadel Evans (BMC)

Cadel Evans (BMC) (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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The peloton passing by the wild ocean

The peloton passing by the wild ocean (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Cadel Evans (BMC) during his final race

Cadel Evans (BMC) during his final race (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step)

Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) mid celebration

Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) mid celebration (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step)

Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) on the podium

Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) on the podium (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) and Cadel Evans (BMC) on the podium

Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) and Cadel Evans (BMC) on the podium (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Katusha riders with some rather large fans

Katusha riders with some rather large fans (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Pieter Serry (Etixx - Quick Step)

Pieter Serry (Etixx - Quick Step) (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Rudiger Selig (Katusha) gets a helping hand

Rudiger Selig (Katusha) gets a helping hand (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Cadel Evans (BMC) on one of the short pitches

Cadel Evans (BMC) on one of the short pitches (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Cadel Evans on the front of the chase group

Cadel Evans on the front of the chase group (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Robert Power has a mid race shower in the break

Robert Power has a mid race shower in the break (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Darren Lapthorne leads the break with 2 laps to go

Darren Lapthorne leads the break with 2 laps to go (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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The race climbs the short but sharp climb

The race climbs the short but sharp climb (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Cadel Evans was still looking strong

Cadel Evans was still looking strong (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Cadel and his son Robel after the race

Cadel and his son Robel after the race (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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 Gianni Meersman with his great new trophy

Gianni Meersman with his great new trophy (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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On the finishing circuit the break was caught

On the finishing circuit the break was caught (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Extixx - Quick Step took it upon themselves to chase the break down

Extixx - Quick Step took it upon themselves to chase the break down (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Mates Simon Clarke and Cadel Evans on the start line

Mates Simon Clarke and Cadel Evans on the start line (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Jessica Mauboy sang the national anthem prior to the start

Jessica Mauboy sang the national anthem prior to the start (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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The peloton leave Geelong

The peloton leave Geelong (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Wild skies and wild seas

Wild skies and wild seas (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Samual Sanchez (BMC) was on the front of the peloton for a majoity of the first half of the race

Samual Sanchez (BMC) was on the front of the peloton for a majoity of the first half of the race (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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The peloton climb the KOM

The peloton climb the KOM (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Darcy Wooley was active in the break

Darcy Wooley was active in the break (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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The Drapac guys were riding as a team

The Drapac guys were riding as a team (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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The real action started about 20km from the Geelong finishing circuits

The real action started about 20km from the Geelong finishing circuits (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Cadel Evans thanks his supporters for one final time

Cadel Evans thanks his supporters for one final time (Image credit: Mark Gunter)

In a small bunch finish of nine-riders, Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick-Step) outsprinted Simon Clarke (Orica-GreenEdge) and Nathan Haas (Cannondale-Garmin) to win the first edition of the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race. In his final race, Cadel Evans (BMC) finished in fifth place on the same time as Meersman. 

Heinrich Haussler (IAM Cycling) won the sprint from the second group on the road but it was Meersman who claimed the inaugural win in Geelong.

"The beginning was not so easy, there was a lot of wind and sometimes it was also raining," Meersman told reporters after his win. "I think when we arrived at the circuits, most of the peloton was already on the limit and we had three nice laps with steeps climbs. I think as a team we did a great job.

"I said I was feeling good and the team trusted me so I am really happy to have finished it off."

The nine-man group, containing Meersman, Haas, Clarke, Team Sky duo Peter Kennaugh and Luke Rowe, Evans and BMC teammate Danilo Wyss, Giampaolo Caruso (Katusha) and Moreno Moser (Cannondale-Garmin), had formed inside the final 10km but it was on the final climb of the day that the selection was made. Kennaugh launched the last of numerous attacks for the day and just as it looked like he might gain a quick 100 metre advantage, Moser came over the top of him to grab a six second lead ahead of the fast descent back into the finish line.

It wasn't to be Moser's day though as he was swept up in the final 3km and from there a sprint finish was inventible. Evans, at the back of the group, tried coming around but was hampered by cramps and could only watch as Meersman posted the earliest season win in his 10 year career and just second one-day race after the 2012 Trofeo Platja de Muro.

As the fastest finisher in the nine-rider group, Meersman explained that he didn't think victory was a foregone conclusion in the final 500m.

"When I looked behind me I saw the group coming so I really had to gamble and pull so I knew Nathan [Haas} was really quite fast as well so I had to be in his wheel and with the headwind, I had to time my effort well," Meersman said. "When Haas went, I saw the 150m sign so I went on the right side and happily I had the good legs.

"I think, it’s not because I won, but it is a really nice race … organisation was good, lots of people, the women’s race. It was really good."

For Evans, fifth place is the final result of a decorated 20 year career which saw him become the number one mountain biker and road racer in the world and the first Australian to win the Tour de France.

"I have to say – from a rider's point of view – I was very happy to make the front group today," Evans said. "It wasn't a very hilly race, but (had) windy conditions. It was a really solid, hard, aggressive race. I have to thank my competitors and also the crowd for spurring on all the competitors and the cheering ambiance. It made it nearly a classic."

The early stages

Starting on Geelong’s wet roads after an overnight deluge of rain, the race felt more like 'European' classic than day out under the Australian sun.
After early attempts to establish the breakaway, the peloton decided the trio of Michael Torckler (BudgetForklifts) and Darcy Woolley (African Wildlife) could go and then decided UCI race debutants, CharterMason-Giant would be allowed to let Josh Taylor join in.

As the rain fell and the wind begun to pick up, the break came back together with Brodie Talbot (BudgetForklifts) launching an attack 

Marco Frapporti (Androni), Woolley, Laurent Didier (Trek) and Taylor then formed a small 17 second led over peloton while behind the four riders, Harry Carpenter and Jacob Kaufmann tried to breach but to no avail. Talbot meanwhile continued to trie and make the break.

At the first sprint point of the day in Barwon Heads, Taylor took the win ahead of Woolley as the breakaway’s advantage had grown to 3:26 minutes. Having toiled away, Talbot made the catch as the five leaders’ advantage grew to a few seconds shy of five minutes.

Back in the bunch, BMC and Michael Hepburn (Orica-GreenEdge) were occupying the front of the peloton, content with proceedings.

At the second sprint point in Torquay, Frapporti got the better of Woolley with Taylor third as their advantage dropped down closer to four minutes.

On the first KOM of the day, Didier lost control of his bike having dropped back to the car for a bidon and fell, with a broken hand and wrist causing him to abandon. It was Talbot who secured maximum points at the KOM ahead of Woolley with the now four leaders enjoying a 4:30 minute buffer over the peloton.

With 100km to race, the gap had dropped down to 3:19 minutes as back in the bunch the chase was being led by Joel Strachan of Navitas-Satalyst at the average speed of 55km/h.

With the racing leaving the ocean and turning inward, the gap dropped down to 2:42 minutes at the 88km mark on Barrabool Road on the final stretch of road before the race made its way back into Geelong for the three 20.2km circuits.

Back in the peloton, Samuel Sánchez was prominent on the front of the bunch with BMC leading the chase.

When the tailwind turned cross wind, Cannondale-Garmin dropped the hammer and put the race in the gutter with all six riders trying to split the race in half at 82km. Having been caught out, Evans was quick to bridge the gap solo to ride to the front of the split.

Jack Bauer was the rider doing maximum damage with help from Trek, Mark Renshaw (Etixx-Quick Step). Also in that first group was Peter Kennaugh and Jesse Sergent.

The four man breakaway’s advantage was drastically being cut to just 1:20 minutes as the echelon tried to force itself clear of the unorganised peloton. With 100km to go, the break was caught by the first group on the road while riders were scrambling at the rear to keep in contact.

The gap back to the peloton was 52 seconds with 100km at this point with 17 riders up front: Danilo Wyss, Peter Kennaugh, Luke Rowe, Simon Clarke, Mark Renshaw, Nathan Haas, Moreno Moser, Jack Bauer, Alex Howes, Davide Villella, Matt Brammeier, Tyler Farrar, Jesse Sergent, Josh Taylor, Brodie Talbot, Darcy Woolley and Marco Frapporti.

With the front group caught, Peter Kennaugh was the first to try a counter attack on the fast crescent into Geelong. Clarke, Wyss and Hass then joined him on the 20% hill.

Kennaugh then launched another attack to go solo on the run into the finish start line on Eastern Beach.

The three circuits
Kennaugh, assuming a time trial position, lead the peloton over the line to start the first of three laps around Geelong with a small front group just seconds behind. With the remnants of the peloton making its way over the line, Orica-GreenEdge’s Sam Bewley and Michael Hepburn crossed the line, only to immediately turn around and quit the race as Caleb Ewan looked back in hesitation but continued on by himself but it wasn't his day either as he too pulled the pin.

As he begin the ascent up Yarra St, Kennaugh was reeled in with Maxime Bouet (Etixx-Quick Step) counter attacking to force a 100m gap. Behind, Bauer latched on at the base of the Challambra Crescent KOM as Darren Lapthorne (Drapac) then bridged across but it was Bouet taking the spoils.

The leading trio’s gap over the peloton was at 43 seconds with 50km left to race. Rob Power (Jayco U23) bridged across to make it four leaders with a 29 second advantage.

Calvin Watson and Pat Shaw made an attempt at bridging to the leaders. IAM Cycling’s Stef Clement then joined them.

Leading them over the finish line for second time was Bauer with the three chasers as 35 seconds. On the back half of the circuit, the three chasers caught the leaders at the base of Challambra Crescent with Bouet taking the KOM points once again.

Behind the seven riders, BMC took it upon themselves to set the pace while Power’s accelerations started to unsettle the rhythm up front inside the 30km.
Evans made a move with 26km to race as the seven leaders were absorbed by the peloton with his teammate Wyss popping off the front after Silvan Dillier had tried an attack to ensure the impetus to chase was on the shoulders of the rival teams.

Ian Stannard (Team Sky) and Pieter Serry (Etixx-Quick Step) caught Wyss while Richie Porte attacked the peloton on the false flat.

It was Stannard leading the trio over the line for the penultimate time while Simon Clarke was attempting to join them before the Yarra St climb. Martin Elmiger (IAM Cycling) was the next rider on the road with Pat Shaw leading the peloton over the line.

With 17km to race, the gap to the peloton was 35 seconds but it was quickly all back together in the front with a bunch sprint finish looking all the more likely.

Inside the final 10km, it was Clarke off the front by himself but decided to wait for the 10 chasers and save his legs.

With 6km to go, Kennaugh launched a final attack but it was Moreno Moser (Cannondale-Garmin) who came over the top of him to force a 100m gap and six second lead over the eight riders.

Moreno was pulled back with two kilometres to go while the chasing group had the leaders in their sights.

In the final kilometre, Kennaugh was leading the front group in hope of setting up Rowe for the win but his earlier aggressive efforts taxed the British national champion and there would be no stopping Meersman from claiming career win number 15.

Full Results

#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Gianni Meersman (Bel) Extixx - Quick Step4:15:22
2Simon Clarke (Aus) Orica GreenEdge
3Nathan Haas (Aus) Team Cannondale-Garmin
4Luke Rowe (GBr) Team Sky
5Cadel Evans (Aus) BMC Racing Team
6Giampaolo Caruso (Ita) Team Katusha
7Moreno Moser (Ita) Team Cannondale-Garmin
8Danilo Wyss (Sui) BMC Racing Team
9Pete Kennaugh (GBr) Team Sky0:00:07
10Heinrich Haussler (Aus) IAM Cycling0:00:09
11Silvan Dillier (Sui) BMC Racing Team
12Aleski Tcatevich (Rus) Team Katusha
13Fraser Gough (NZl) Avanti Racing Team
14Tanner Putt (USA) UnitedHealthcare
15Pieter Serry (Bel) Extixx - Quick Step
16Davide de la Cruz Melgarejo (Esp) Extixx - Quick Step
17Samuel Spokes (Aus) Drapac Professional Cycling
18Brendan Canty (Aus) Team Budget Forklifts
19Ian Stannard (GBr) Team Sky
20Richie Porte (Aus) Team Sky
21Hayden Roulston (NZl) Trek Factory Racing
22Nathan Earle (Aus) Team Sky
23Alex Clements (Aus) Jayco-AIS Under 23 Team
24Yves Lampaert (Bel) Extixx - Quick Step
25Cameron Bayly (Aus) search2retain-health.com.au
26Peter Setina (USA) BMC Racing Team
27Michael Schär (Sui) BMC Racing Team
28Sergey Lagutin (Rus) Team Katusha
29Cameron Meyer (Aus) Orica GreenEdge
30Martin Elmiger (Sui) IAM Cycling0:00:59
31Jarlison Pantano Gomez (Col) IAM Cycling0:01:32
32Pat Lane (Aus) African Wildlife Safaris Racing Team0:01:58
33Maxime Bouet (Fra) Extixx - Quick Step
34Stef Clement (Ned) IAM Cycling
35Tiziano Dall'Ántonia (Ita) Androni Giocattoli
36Franco Pellizotti (Ita) Androni Giocattoli
37Tyler Farrar (USA) MTN Qhubeka
38Jesse Sergent (NZl) Trek Factory Racing
39Darren Lapthorne (Aus) Drapac Professional Cycling
40Davide Villella (Ita) Team Cannondale-Garmin
41Daniel Summerhill (USA) UnitedHealthcare
42Maxim Belkov (Rus) Team Katusha
43Rudiger Selig (Ger) Team Katusha0:02:43
44Calvin Watson (Aus) Trek Factory Racing
45Alistair Donohoe (Aus) search2retain-health.com.au
46Lucas Euser (USA) UnitedHealthcare
47Christopher Jones (USA) UnitedHealthcare
48Mitchell Cooper (Aus) Navitas Satalyst Racing Team
49Alex Smyth (Aus) African Wildlife Safaris Racing Team0:05:42
50Robert Power (Aus) Jayco-AIS Under 23 Team
51Patrick Shaw (Aus) Avanti Racing Team0:07:23
52Damien Howson (Aus) Orica GreenEdge0:09:04
53Alexander Howes (USA) Team Cannondale-Garmin0:12:06
54Hans Jacob Bauer (NZl) Team Cannondale-Garmin0:12:08
DNFSamuel Sánchez (Esp) BMC Racing Team
DNFCaleb Ewan (Aus) Orica GreenEdge
DNFSam Bewley (NZl) Orica GreenEdge
DNFMichael Hepburn (Aus) Orica GreenEdge
DNFMark Renshaw (Aus) Extixx - Quick Step
DNFVladimir Isaychev (Rus) Team Katusha
DNFEugenio Alafaci (Ita) Trek Factory Racing
DNFLaurent Didier (Lux) Trek Factory Racing
DNFVicente Reynes (Esp) IAM Cycling
DNFDavid Tanner (Aus) IAM Cycling
DNFMatthew Goss (Aus) MTN Qhubeka
DNFMatt Brammeier (Irl) MTN Qhubeka
DNFNicolas Douggal (Rsa) MTN Qhubeka
DNFSongezo Jim (RSA) MTN Qhubeka
DNFSerge Pauwels (Bel) MTN Qhubeka
DNFJohn Murphy (USA) UnitedHealthcare
DNFAdrian Hegyvary (USA) UnitedHealthcare
DNFMarco Frapporti (Ita) Androni Giocattoli
DNFAlberto Nardin (Ita) Androni Giocattoli
DNFMartin Kholer (Sui) Drapac Professional Cycling
DNFRobbie Hucker (Aus) Drapac Professional Cycling
DNFCameron Peterson (Aus) Drapac Professional Cycling
DNFBernard Sulzberger (Aus) Drapac Professional Cycling
DNFSamuel Witmitz (Aus) Team Budget Forklifts
DNFSamuel Horgan (NZl) Team Budget Forklifts
DNFJacob Kauffmann (Aus) Team Budget Forklifts
DNFTommy Nankervis (Aus) Team Budget Forklifts
DNFMichael Torckler (NZl) Team Budget Forklifts
DNFStuart Shaw (Aus) search2retain-health.com.au
DNFOliver Kent-Spark (Aus) search2retain-health.com.au
DNFAlder Martz (USA) search2retain-health.com.au
DNFStuart Smith (Aus) search2retain-health.com.au
DNFKane Walker (Aus) Navitas Satalyst Racing Team
DNFMichael Fitzgerald (Aus) Navitas Satalyst Racing Team
DNFJackson Mawby (Aus) Navitas Satalyst Racing Team
DNFGrayson Napier (NZl) Navitas Satalyst Racing Team
DNFJoel Strachan (Aus) Navitas Satalyst Racing Team
DNFMichael Crosbie (Aus) African Wildlife Safaris Racing Team
DNFMassimo Graziato (Ita) African Wildlife Safaris Racing Team
DNFSean Lake (Aus) African Wildlife Safaris Racing Team
DNFDarcy Woolley (Aus) African Wildlife Safaris Racing Team
DNFJames Mowatt (Aus) Data #3 Symantec Racing Team
DNFMichael Cupitt (Aus) Data #3 Symantec Racing Team
DNFChris Jory (Aus) Data #3 Symantec Racing Team
DNFKyle Bridgwood (Aus) Data #3 Symantec Racing Team
DNFDavid Melville (Aus) Data #3 Symantec Racing Team
DNFRyan Thomas (Aus) Data #3 Symantec Racing Team
DNFTom Robinson (Aus) CharterMason Giant Racing Team
DNFJayden Copp (Aus) CharterMason Giant Racing Team
DNFBen Hill (Aus) CharterMason Giant Racing Team
DNFNick Katsonis (Aus) CharterMason Giant Racing Team
DNFDavid Edwards (Aus) CharterMason Giant Racing Team
DNFJosh Taylor (Aus) CharterMason Giant Racing Team
DNFAnthony Giacoppo (Aus) Avanti Racing Team
DNFMitchell Lovelock-Fay (Aus) Avanti Racing Team
DNFMark O'Brien (Aus) Avanti Racing Team
DNFNeil van der Ploeg (Aus) Avanti Racing Team
DNFJack Haig (Aus) Jayco-AIS Under 23 Team
DNFJack Beckinsale (Aus) Jayco-AIS Under 23 Team
DNFRyan Cavanagh (Aus) Jayco-AIS Under 23 Team
DNFHarry Carpenter (Aus) Jayco-AIS Under 23 Team

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