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April 27/08 9:57 am - Tour de Georgia: Stage 7 report, results and photos


Posted by Editoress on 04/27/08
 

Tour de Georgia
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report by Amy Smolens

After his 6th, 5th and 4th place finishes earlier in the week, Symmetrics' sprinter Andrew Pinfold told me "as long as I keep banging my head against the wall, eventually it'll break." He clarified that he meant that the wall would break, not his head... and Sunday's circuit race in downtown Atlanta would be the final chance for the man they call "Pinner" to end his frustration. It was raining steadily before the start, so I thought maybe that would create somewhat of a home field advantage for the boys from British Columbia.

Prerace, Andrew Pinfold - Symmetrics

Amy Smolens: So you brought the weather down from BC, right?

Andrew Pinfold: It's not cold enough yet!! I think some guys hopefully don't like racing in the wet, I don't really mind so it doesn't really bother me.

AS: Today's a circuit race, could it be an opportunity for the podium for you?

AP: Yeah, we'll see. If it comes to a bunch. It'll be interesting though because I think today of all the days, there is that chance, better than the other days for a breakaway to work because there are a lot of guys who are significantly down on GC. We'll have to see what High Road wants to do and see if CSC see wants to control for JJ (Juan Jose Haedo,) Toyota the same thing, maybe they want a bunch (sprint for Dominguez) but if (Dominique) Rollin sneaks away in a move, I'm sure they'll be happy with that.


For the third straight stage, Team Symmetrics was prominent in the day's major break. In Friday's Stage 5 from Suwanee to Dahlonega, Canadian National Champion Cameron Evans was away in a 4-man break for almost 100 miles, only to be swallowed up by the pack on the last KOM. In Saturday's Queen Stage from Gainesville to Brasstown Bald, Svein Tuft was one of the strongest men in a break that lasted approximately 60 miles. Sunday it was Jacob Erker joining Evans and 10 others in a breakaway that looked destined to succeed...until the peloton engulfed them with less than two miles to the finish, after more than two hours out in front. In the ensuing bunch sprint, Pinfold finally got the podium spot he'd been coveting all week, a third place behind ProTour sprinters Greg Henderson and Juan Jose Haedo. And he broke through in a big way, on the final day of the Tour de Georgia in front of a huge crowd in Centennial Olympic Park. His podium spot moved him up to 3rd in the race's Points Competition. Christian Meier and Cam Evans wound up 2nd and 3rd, respectively, in the Best Young Rider competition behind Slipstream-Chipotle's Trent Lowe. And Symmetrics ranked 6th out of 15 squads in Team GC. It was quite a successful week for the S-Team, and I caught up with an excited Pinner behind the podium minutes before the ceremonies were about to start.

Postrace, Andrew Pinfold - Symmetrics, 3rd place in the stage

Amy Smolens: When you came back here you looked at me and said "finally!!"

Andrew Pinfold: Yeaaaahhhhh!! It's about time!!! I've been knocking on the door for a while and it finally paid out so I'm pretty happy about it!

AS: And you guys were in a perfect position with both Cam Evans and Jacob Erker in the break most of the stage.

AP: It was beautiful. You know, it just seems as though everyone else in the race, the edge has been taking off those guys and we're just able to... Cam, he just doesn't get tired and Jake, this morning he said "every day I'm getting faster" so that just proved it.

AS" Did you think that break would stay away? I sure did.

AP:" Yeah, I really did, actually, because it didn't look like High Road really cared and I think what happened was probably a little combination of Rock Racing came to the front and then they probably started attacking each other and that was it.

AS: How did the last kilometre set up for the final sprint?

AP: Well, I knew I had to be pretty far back because it's a headwind and uphill, which suited me well so I just continued to drifted around and watched the lines and knew, I kept saying to myself "just be patient, be patient." And I saw Hendy (Henderson) and JJ (Haedo) out of the corner of my eye and I knew that was where to be and unfortunately I got gapped off their wheel so I had to make up some ground and I think I just came around (Fred) Rodriguez to get third.

AS: What does it mean to beat guys like Rodriguez to finish on the podium in a race like this?

AP: It's pretty funny, you know a couple of years ago I would have never considered myself a bunch sprinter. I think the difference is that my fitness has just improved so much, just getting older, you know, and being able to ride with this team at so many high level events and tours, it's just been a process of building. When we're riding, racing so many days a year and being able to be competitive and in races that we're competitive in it's just improved my level so much.

AS: How would you sum up the experience here at the Tour de Georgia for Symmetrics?

AP: Well, I think we came here really to prove a point, to say that in spite of our budgetary problems we're going to be able to pull together and ride properly and ride competitively. The riders on this team, you know, we love each other and if we can stay together then that's the most important thing and hopefully someone's going to come along and is going to give us a bit of money so we can keep going through the year. But if this is kind of the end of the road for this team, it's a real shame and it makes me really sad, but at the same time I think we're ending it here on a real high note.

AS: And personally, you have some business to attend to now, right?

AP: Fly back to Vancouver, drive to Victoria and defend my Master's Thesis on Tuesday (laughs!) so I gotta switch gears here pretty quick but hopefully my defense goes as well as my sprinting this week!

Report courtesy Tour de Georgia

Thousands of fans lining the streets along Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta witnessed a rising star get his first victory on American soil today. Belarusian rider Kanstantin Sivtsov of Team High Road was crowned the champion of the 2008 Tour de Georgia presented by AT&T, holding on to his four second lead from Saturday. Trent Lowe (AUS) of Slipstream Chipotle presented by H30 finished second in the General Classification, followed by American Levi Leipheimer of Astana in third. Sivtsov's four-second lead ties the lowest margin of victory at the Tour de Georgia, matching Tom Danielson's (USA) victory in 2005 and Floyd Landis' victory in 2006.

High Road scored big in Atlanta with the sprinter Greg Henderson (NZL) winning Stage Seven. It was Henderson's second stage victory at the Tour, as he also won Stage Three in Gainesville. Second on the stage was Juan Jose Haedo (ARG) of Team CSC and third place went to Andrew Pinfold (CAN) of Symmetrics. Henderson, who also won Stage Three in Gainesville, had the points necessary to take home the sprint crown as the Georgia Power Sprint jersey winner.

"Out team is all about trying to find the top young international talent, bringing them into a good environment, giving them good, experienced riders to work with and management, and then seeing what they can do. And Kasta (Kanstantin) really showed everyone that he's a real force to be reckoned with in the sport," said Team High Road owner Bob Stapleton. "This is a great event (Tour de Georgia presented by AT&T). We look for chances to race some high caliber events in the U.S. Events like this are a big international draw. You had a lot of really good talent here. We're happy to be a part of that."

Jason McCartney (USA) of Team CSC won the United Community Bank King of the Mountain (KOM) competition for the Tour. He also won the KOM jersey as the best climber of the week at the 2006 Tour de Georgia. Lowe, who wore the yellow jersey one day, won the GE Best Young Rider jersey for the week. Fellow Australian Rory Sutherland was voted the overall Georgia Lottery Most Aggressive Rider.

A total of 106 riders began the day just after a midday rain dampened roads and made conditions difficult for the riders on a twisty six-mile circuit in Atlanta. After 10 full laps for a total of 62.7 miles (100.9 km) through downtown Atlanta and its surrounding neighborhoods, 98 riders crossed the finish line. High Road riders, including 2007 Tour of Missouri winner George Hincapie, surrounded Sivtsov throughout the race to protect the AT&T Overall Leaders jersey.

"It's not mine, it's Team High Road," said Sitvsov about capturing his first victory in the U.S. "It is very good preparation for Giro (d'Italia)." Sitvsov, 25, who was the 2004 Under-23 World Champion and finished 32nd at the 2007 Tour de France, will race in the Giro d'Italia (Tour of Italy) next month, one of the three Grand Tours of professional cycling.

Race Note: Rock Racing fans who were among the thousands on hand for the race at Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park were treated to a surprise when the team rolled out for the start in special uniforms. The kits, designed by Ball himself, featured a depiction of Georgia peaches on the jersey and shorts in a blending orange and yellow motif. They commemorated the team's participation in the longest-running international-level stage race in the United States.

The special 'kits' were showcased after the race during Rock Racing's presentation of a $250,000 donation to the official beneficiaries of the event ˆ Aflac Cancer Center and Blood Disorders Service of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and the Georgia Cancer Coalition. Ball presented checks to Eugene Hayes, Foundation President of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, and to Bill Todd, President and CEO of the Georgia Cancer Coalition.

The donations will directly benefit pediatric cancer and blood disorders research through the Aflac Cancer Center and Blood Disorders Service, as well as support the Georgia Cancer Coalition's efforts to strengthen cancer prevention, research and treatment in Georgia, with the ultimate goal of making Georgia one of the nation's premier states for cancer care.

Stage 7 : Atlanta Circuit, 100.9km
1. Greg Henderson (NZl) Team High Road2:23:53
2. Juan Jose Haedo (Arg) Team CSC
3. Andrew Pinfold (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team
4. Fred Rodriguez (USA) Rock Racing
5. Andre Greipel (Ger) Team High Road
6. Tyler Farrar (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H30
7. Oscar Gatto (Ita) Gerolsteiner
8. Taylor Tolleson (USA) BMC Racing Team
9. Nicholas Sanderson (Aus) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
10. Aaron Kemps (Aus) Astana
11. Anders Lund (Den) Team CSC
12. Richard England (Aus) Bissell Pro Cycling
13. Chris Horner (USA) Astana
14. Moises Aldape Chavez (Mex) Team Type 1
15. Levi Leipheimer (USA) Astana
16. Darren Lill (RSA) BMC Racing Team
17. Thomas Fothen (Ger) Gerolsteiner
18. Robert Forster (Ger) Gerolsteiner
19. Michael Blaudzun (Den) Team CSC
20. Kanstantin Siutsou (Blr) Team High Road
21. Jackson Stewart (USA) BMC Racing Team
22. Trent Lowe (Aus) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H30
23. Rory Sutherland (Aus) Health Net p/b Maxxis
24. Oscar Sevilla (Esp) Rock Racing
25. Stephan Schreck (Ger) Gerolsteiner
26. Leon Van Bon (Ned) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
27. Scott Nydam (USA) BMC Racing Team
28. Valery Kobzarenko (Ukr) Team Type 1
29. Christian Meier (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team
30. Dominique Rollin (Can) Toyota - United Pro Cycling Team
31. Roman Kireyev (Kaz) Astana
32. Eric Wohlberg (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team
33. Jacob Erker (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team
34. Christian Vande Velde (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H30
35. Volker Ordowski (Ger) Gerolsteiner
36. Francois Parisien (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team
37. Christopher Jones (USA) Team Type 1
38. Jose Luis Rubiera (Esp) Astana
39. Bradley McGee (Aus) Team CSC
40. Bobby Julich (USA) Team CSC
41. Antonio Colom Mas (Esp) Astana
42. Inigo Cuesta (Esp) Team CSC
43. Svein Tuft (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team
44. Glen Chadwick (Aus) Team Type 1
45. Nicholas Reistad (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
46. Michael Lange (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
47. Aaron Tuckerman (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
48. Danny Pate (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H30
49. Trent Wilson (Aus) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team
50. Jonathan Cantwell (Aus) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team
51. Ian MacGregor (USA) Team Type 1
52. Matthias Russ (Ger) Gerolsteiner
53. Tyler Hamilton (USA) Rock Racing
54. Victor Hugo Pena (Col) Rock Racing
55. Jai Crawford (Aus) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
56. Tom Danielson (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H30
57. Matthew Crane (USA) Health Net p/b Maxxis
58. Jason McCartney (USA) Team CSC
59. George Hincapie (USA) Team High Road
60. Tim Johnson (USA) Health Net p/b Maxxis
61. Doug Ollerenshaw (USA) Rock Racing
62. Bert Grabsch (Ger) Team High Road
63. Edward King (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
64. Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Astana
65. Garrett Peltonen (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
66. Chris Baldwin (USA) Toyota - United Pro Cycling Team
67. Thomas Lovkvist (Swe) Team High Road
68. David Zabriskie (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H30
69. Kari Menzies (Aus) Health Net p/b Maxxisall s.t.
70. Matt Rice (Aus) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:25
71. Frank Pipp (USA) Health Net p/b Maxxis
72. Jeremy Vennell (NZl) Bissell Pro Cycling
73. Craig Lewis (USA) Team High Roadall s.t.
74. Evan Elken (USA) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team0:31
75. Scott Zwizanski (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
76. Fabio Calabria (Aus) Team Type 1
77. Aaron Olson (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
78. Sven Krauss (Ger) Gerolsteiner
79. Cam Evans (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team
80. Jonathan Garcia (USA) BMC Racing Teamall s.t.
81. Matt Cooke (USA) Health Net p/b Maxxis0:41
82. Bernard Van Ulden (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team0:45
83. Neil Shirley (USA) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team
84. Rhys Pollock (Aus) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
85. Matthew Shriver (USA) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Teamall s.t.
86. Jared Barrilleaux (USA) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team0:59
87. Lucas Euser (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H301:08
88. Andrew Randell (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Teams.t.
89. Ivan Stevic (Srb) Toyota - United Pro Cycling Team1:18
90. Corey Collier (USA) Health Net p/b Maxxis1:33
91. Jeremy Powers (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
92. David Galvin (USA) BMC Racing Team
93. Justin England (USA) Toyota - United Pro Cycling Teamall s.t.
94. Hilton Clarke (Aus) Toyota - United Pro Cycling Team1:43
95. Bryce Mead (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team1:49
96. Cody Stevenson (Aus) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team2:27
97. Ryan Sullivan (Aus) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team
98. Fuyu Li (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Teamboth s.t.
DNF Sebastian Lang (Ger) Gerolsteiner
DNF Yilin Liu (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team
DNF Mike Sayers (USA) BMC Racing Team
DNF Ben Jacques-Maynes (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
DNF Tom Zirbel (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
DNF Ivan Dominguez (Cub) Toyota - United Pro Cycling Team
DNF Santiago Botero (Col) Rock Racing
DNF Kayle Leogrande (USA) Rock Racing
Final GC
1. Kanstantin Siutsou (Blr) Team High Road22:44:44
2. Trent Lowe (Aus) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H30at 0:04
3. Levi Leipheimer (USA) Astana0:14
4. Antonio Colom Mas (Esp) Astana1:02
5. Inigo Cuesta (Esp) Team CSC1:11
6. Oscar Sevilla (Esp) Rock Racing1:25
7. Christian Vande Velde (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H301:32
8. Moises Aldape Chavez (Mex) Team Type 11:37
9. Rory Sutherland (Aus) Health Net p/b Maxxis2:08
10. Bobby Julich (USA) Team CSC2:31
11. Jose Luis Rubiera Vigil (Esp) Astana2:39
12. Scott Nydam (USA) BMC Racing Team2:49
13. George Hincapie (USA) Team High Road3:19
14. Michael Blaudzun (Den) Team CSC3:26
15. Valery Kobzarenko (Ukr) Team Type 13:29
16. Darren Lill (RSA) BMC Racing Teams.t.
17. Christopher Jones (USA) Team Type 13:37
18. Christian Meier (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team3:44
19. Francois Parisien (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team3:48
20. Glen Chadwick (Aus) Team Type 14:13
21. Trent Wilson (Aus) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team4:15
22. Bradley McGee (Aus) Team CSC4:26
23. Chris Baldwin (USA) Toyota - United Pro Cycling Team4:28
24. Jacob Erker (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Teams.t.
25. Michael Lange (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team4:34
26. Jai Crawford (Aus) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team5:02
27. Matt Cooke (USA) Health Net p/b Maxxis5:06
28. Chris Horner (USA) Astana5:33
29. Jeremy Vennell (NZl) Bissell Pro Cycling5:46
30. Matthias Russ (Ger) Gerolsteiner6:02
31. Ian MacGregor (USA) Team Type 16:51
32. Victor Hugo Pena (Col) Rock Racing7:19
33. Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Astana7:20
34. Jonathan Garcia (USA) BMC Racing Team7:22
35. Volker Ordowski (Ger) Gerolsteiner7:33
36. Cam Evans (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team8:10
37. Svein Tuft (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team8:39
38. David Zabriskie (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H308:51
39. Doug Ollerenshaw (USA) Rock Racing10:00
40. Jason McCartney (USA) Team CSC10:02
41. Anders Lund (Den) Team CSC10:45
42. Aaron Olson (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling10:59
43. Tom Danielson (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H3011:35
44. Richard England (Aus) Bissell Pro Cycling11:51
45. Thomas Lovkvist (Swe) Team High Road12:31
46. Stephan Schreck (Ger) Gerolsteiner12:52
47. Matthew Crane (USA) Health Net p/b Maxxis13:07
48. Neil Shirley (USA) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team13:54
49. Thomas Fothen (Ger) Gerolsteiner18:10
50. Justin England (USA) Toyota - United Pro Cycling Team20:37
51. Craig Lewis (USA) Team High Road21:01
52. Andre Greipel (Ger) Team High Road21:36
53. Edward King (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling22:01
54. Andrew Pinfold (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team22:20
55. Dominique Rollin (Can) Toyota - United Pro Cycling Team22:32
56. Taylor Tolleson (USA) BMC Racing Team22:40
57. Tim Johnson (USA) Health Net p/b Maxxis22:47
58. Eric Wohlberg (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team23:28
59. Fabio Calabria (Aus) Team Type 123:44
60. Nicholas Reistad (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team23:51
61. Jonathan Cantwell (Aus) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team24:03
62. Fred Rodriguez (USA) Rock Racing24:21
63. Garrett Peltonen (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling24:29
64. Matthew Shriver (USA) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team24:35
65. Danny Pate (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H3024:56
66. Jared Barrilleaux (USA) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team25:15
67. Roman Kireyev (Kaz) Astana25:24
68. Ivan Stevic (Srb) Toyota - United Pro Cycling Team25:26
69. Nicholas Sanderson (Aus) Jelly Belly Cycling Team26:02
70. Kari Menzies (Aus) Health Net p/b Maxxiss.t.
71. Oscar Gatto (Ita) Gerolsteiner26:15
72. Andrew Randell (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team26:26
73. Sven Krauss (Ger) Gerolsteiner27:09
74. Greg Henderson (NZl) Team High Road27:11
75. Jackson Stewart (USA) BMC Racing Team28:34
76. Leon Van Bon (Ned) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team28:39
77. Bert Grabsch (Ger) Team High Road29:26
78. Juan Jose Haedo (Arg) Team CSC29:44
79. Frank Pipp (USA) Health Net p/b Maxxis29:45
80. Fuyu Li (Chn) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team29:55
81. Bernard Van Ulden (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team30:05
82. Evan Elken (USA) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team30:10
83. Ryan Sullivan (Aus) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team30:28
84. Robert Forster (Ger) Gerolsteiner30:58
85. Hilton Clarke (Aus) Toyota - United Pro Cycling Team31:24
86. Rhys Pollock (Aus) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team32:35
87. Scott Zwizanski (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling35:13
88. Aaron Kemps (Aus) Astana36:58
89. Tyler Farrar (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H3039:05
90. Aaron Tuckerman (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team39:30
91. Jeremy Powers (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team41:11
92. Tyler Hamilton (USA) Rock Racing41:32
93. Lucas Euser (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H3043:06
94. Matt Rice (Aus) Jelly Belly Cycling Team49:30
95. Corey Collier (USA) Health Net p/b Maxxis1:00:45
96. David Galvin (USA) BMC Racing Team1:07:31
97. Cody Stevenson (Aus) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team1:12:42
98. Bryce Mead (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team1:16:33
Points GC
1. Gregory Henderson (NZl) Team High Road53 pts
2. Tyler Farrar (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H3035
3. Andrew Pinfold (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team28
4. Juan Jose Haedo (Arg) Team CSC27
5. Richard England (Aus) Bissell Pro Cycling25
6. Andre Greipel (Ger) Team High Road19
7. Nicholas Sanderson (Aus) Jelly Belly Cycling Team17
8. Fred Rodriguez (USA) Rock Racing16
9. Robert Forster (Ger) Gerolsteiner15
10. Moises Aldape Chavez (Mex) Team Type 115
11. Frank Pipp (USA) Health Net p/b Maxxis13
12. Rory Sutherland (Aus) Health Net p/b Maxxis12
13. George Hincapie (USA) Team High Road10
14. Ivan Stevic (Srb) Toyota - United Pro Cycling Team10
15. Justin England (USA) Toyota - United Pro Cycling Team10
16. Antonio Colom Mas (Esp) Astana7
17. Oscar Sevilla (Esp) Rock Racing6
18. Rhys Pollock (Aus) Trek - Marco Polo Cycling Team6
19. Levi Leipheimer (USA) Astana5
20. Bradley McGee (Aus) Team CSC5
21. Christian Meier (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team5
22. Christopher Jones (USA) Team Type 15
23. Jeremy Powers (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team5
24. Neil Shirley (USA) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team5
25. Matthew Crane (USA) Health Net p/b Maxxis5
26. Tom Danielson (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H304
27. Dominique Rollin (Can) Toyota - United Pro Cycling Team4
28. Oscar Gatto (Ita) Gerolsteiner4
29. Aaron Kemps (Aus) Astana3
30. Bobby Julich (USA) Team CSC3
31. Taylor Tolleson (USA) BMC Racing Team3
32. Jacob Erker (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team3
33. Bryce Mead (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team3
34. Trent Lowe (Aus) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H302
35. Jonathan Cantwell (Aus) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team2
36. Kari Menzies (Aus) Health Net p/b Maxxis1
37. Trent Wilson (Aus) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team1
38. Scott Nydam (USA) BMC Racing Team1
39. Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Astana1
40. Stephan Schreck (Ger) Gerolsteiner1
41. Cam Evans (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team1
42. Scott Zwizanski (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling1
43. Jared Barrilleaux (USA) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team1
Mountains GC
1. Jason McCartney (USA) Team CSC18 pts
2. Neil Shirley (USA) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team16
3. Svein Tuft (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team13
4. Edward King (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling13
5. Kanstantin Siutsou (Blr) Team High Road12
6. Levi Leipheimer (USA) Astana12
7. Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Astana12
8. Moises Aldape Chavez (Mex) Team Type 111
9. Trent Lowe (Aus) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H3010
10. Oscar Sevilla (Esp) Rock Racing10
11. Valery Kobzarenko (Ukr) Team Type 110
12. Cam Evans (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team10
13. Rory Sutherland (Aus) Health Net p/b Maxxis9
14. Tim Johnson (USA) Health Net p/b Maxxis6
15. Craig Lewis (USA) Team High Road5
16. Bobby Julich (USA) Team CSC5
17. Inigo Cuesta (Esp) Team CSC4
18. Stephan Schreck (Ger) Gerolsteiner4
19. Frank Pipp (USA) Health Net p/b Maxxis4
20. Antonio Colom Mas (Esp) Astana3
21. Jose Luis Rubiera (Esp) Astana3
22. Thomas Lovkvist (Swe) Team High Road2
23. Christian Vande Velde (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H302
24. George Hincapie (USA) Team High Road1
25. Lucas Euser (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H301
26. Glen Chadwick (Aus) Team Type 11
Young Rider GC
1. Trent Lowe (Aus) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H3022:44:48
2. Christian Meier (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Teamat 3:40
3. Cam Evans (Can) Symmetrics Cycling Team8:06
4. Anders Lund (Den) Team CSC10:41
5. Thomas Lovkvist (Swe) Team High Road12:27
6. Matthew Crane (USA) Health Net p/b Maxxis13:03
7. Craig Lewis (USA) Team High Road20:57
8. Taylor Tolleson (USA) BMC Racing Team22:36
9. Fabio Calabria (Aus) Team Type 123:40
10. Jared Barrilleaux (USA) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team25:11
11. Roman Kireyev (Kaz) Astana25:20
12. Nicholas Sanderson (Aus) Jelly Belly Cycling Team25:58
13. Oscar Gatto (Ita) Gerolsteiner26:11
14. Ryan Sullivan (Aus) Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team30:24
15. Tyler Farrar (USA) Slipstream Chipotle p/b H3039:01
Team GC
1. Astana68:17:50
2. Team CSCat 3:30
3. Team Type 14:56
4. High Road6:13
5. Slipstream Chipotle p/b H306:49
6. Symmetrics Cycling Team8:10
7. BMC Racing Team9:32
8. Health Net p/b Maxxis12:01
9. Rock Racing12:25
10. Gerolsteiner17:07
11. Bissell Pro Cycling18:09
12. Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team29:42
13. The Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling Team37:07
14. Trek-Marco Polo Cycling Team44:03
15. Jelly Belly Cycling Team49:50


 


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