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January 27/11 11:49 am - Tour de Langkawi: Stage 5


Posted by Editoress on 01/27/11
 

Nino Corredor battles wind, rain and fog to grab Yellow Jersey at Genting Highlands, Monsalve scoops stage victory

 

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Showing that he can still compete strongly at 43 years of age, Libardo Nino Corredor (Le Tua) took over the general classification lead at the Tour de Langkawi today. The veteran Colombian rider placed second on the gruelling stage to Genting Highlands, battling wind and rain to finish just behind the victorious Venezuelan rider Jonnatha Monsalve (Androni Giocattoli).

They proved best of the riders on the steep slopes of the climb, but the time gaps seen in previous years didn’t open up. That may have been due to the tough weather conditions, or perhaps the fact that the race is being held so early this year that riders are nervous about going too deep for too long. Whatever the reason, six riders came in within 17 seconds or less of the leading duo; Mirsamad Pourseyedi (Azad University) was a second behind them, while Denis Van Niekerk (MTN Qhubeka) and Rahim Emami (Azad University) were two seconds further back.

The tipped Emanuele Sella rode for his Androni Giocattoi team-mate Monsalve and took sixth, five seconds behind. But perhaps the most impressive ride was by the Australian Lachlan Morton (Chipotle Development team), who finished seventh, eight seconds behind; he’s just 19 years of age and is surely a future star in the making.

 

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At 21, Monsalve is also a promising talent. He gave thanks to others for helping him take the victory. “I would like to thank the team, the masseurs, the mechanics – everyone has worked really well for me,” he said. “Especially Emanuele Sella, who did a great job on the climb. I want to thank Gianni Savio who gave me the confidence. I did everything that he said. I remained on the wheel of Pozzovivo, and in the sprint I played it well with the help of Sella. He [Savio] told me that I can win the race today and we made it.”

Monsalve took the stage and the mountains jersey , but the jersey went to runner-up Nino Corredor. He said that the race has special significance for him, partly because of the country and also because it closes a chapter of his career.

“To tell the truth, I am very happy today. I am very happy to lead the Tour de Langkawi and to be in Malaysia. I didn’t know much about the country before I came, and it is even better than what I expected.

“I am very happy with today and now I hope I will be able to maintain the lead until the end of the Tour. This is my last race at continental level and so I hope for the best…after this I will return to Columbia and race at amateur level.”

 

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Nino Corredor is riding well as very much a climber rather than a sprinter, but he will have to rely on his gallop in the days ahead. There are five flatter stages before the race ends in Kuala Lumpur, and he only has a two second advantage over Monsalve.

“The remainder of the race is relatively flat. I will count on my team, pay attention to the riders who are close to me on GC. I think I have good form, but I have to pay attention – it is very tight,” said the Le Tua rider, who returned to racing in September 2009 after a two year ban.

Another who will be sprinting it out for the various sprints is double stage winner Andrea Guardini. He holds the blue sprinter’s jersey but is actually level on points with Malaysian favourite Anuar Manan. The latter wants to once again win the points competition he took last year and a ferocious battle is in store between the two in the days ahead.

“Fortunately we have had two stages with breakaways. The riders in the breaks took the points and that gave us two rest days and I managed to recover, get some energy back for the five coming stages. These five stages will be very hard for me…I am not talking about the course as it is flat but there are many points up for grabs. There will be many sprints and I will try to retain this lead, mostly with stage finishes. I will also have to ride for intermediate sprints.”

All in all, it points to a very aggressive and tactical second half of the race.

How the race unfolded:

After a dizzying descent from the Cameron Highlands by team car, 123 riders signed on in very damp conditions and set off from Tapah for what is arguably the toughest stage of the Tour de Langkawi.

After three kilometres of racing, six riders clipped away from the peloton. These were Hilton Clarke (United Healthcare), Kenny Van Hummel (Skil-Shimano), Benjamin Gourgue (Landbouwkrediet), Gu Jang Kyung (Korea), Sea Keong Loh (Malaysian national team) and Bradley Potgieter (MTN Qhubeka).

As expected, sprint specialist Van Hummel took the intermediate gallop at km 19, edging out Potgieter, Loh and Clarke. The gap back to the bunch was two minutes 27 at this point, and increased shortly afterwards to two minutes 50.

The second intermediate sprint came at Slim River (km 41) and there Potgieter turned things around in beating Van Hummel. Clarke and Loh were next past the prime line. The riders were speeding along and covered 45 kilometres in the first hour of racing; the gap was two minutes 45 seconds at that point, and increased slightly to three. However the Aisan team of race leader Takeaki Ayabe and the Colnago squad of Domenico Pozzovivo were piloting the peloton and making sure the advantage didn’t get out of hand.

Potgieter took the day’s third and final intermediate sprint at Tanjung Malim (km 62), once again beating Van Hummel. Loh and Clarke were next. Thirty kilometres later, the gap was two minutes twenty seconds but several kilometres later, when they hit the bottom of Genting Highlands, it had dropped to one minute 50.

The steep slopes decimated both the bunch and the break, with the former splitting into three parts and the latter crumbling apart to leave Jang and Gourgue alone out front. Jang soon dropped his breakaway companion and opened a 15 second lead on him, with the Colnago-led peloton only another 40 seconds back.

The narrowing gap prompted French climber Pierre Rolland (Europcar) to jump across to Jang with seven kilometres to go. Unsurprisingly, the Korean rider was tiring and soon slipped backwards. Rolland continued on alone and held a 15 second lead over nine chasers, namely Emanuele Sella (Androni Giocattoli), Jonnatha Monsalve (Androni Giocattoli), Pozzovivo, Hyosuk Gong (Korea National Team), Ghader Mizbani and Hozzein Askari (both Tabriz Petrochemical Team), Alex Coutts (Giant Kenda), Amir Zargari, Rahim Emami, Mirsamad Pourseyedi (all Azad University team), Lachlan Morton (Chipotle Development team) and Dennis Van Niekerk (MTN Qhubeka).

Rolland raced on past the five kilometres to go point and was joined soon afterwards by Morton, who was riding superbly for a 19 year old. The two rode well together and opened a 20 seconds gap over the Sella-led group, but were caught by the chasers with over two kilometres to go.

Pozzovivo attacked before the kite but was brought back; eight were together with one kilometre to go and of those, Monsalve proved to be the strongest in the final push for the line. He crossed the line just ahead of Nino Corredor, with Pourseyedi a second further back in third and netting the best Asian prize for the day.

Overnight leader Ayabe didn’t have a good experience on the climb and placed 38th, conceding six minutes 19 seconds to new yellow jersey Nino Corredor. The latter is two seconds clear of Monsalve heading into the second half of the race, which is far flatter and is likely to be fought out in time bonuses. Emami leads the best Asian rider classification, while his Azad University squad is best in the general teams' classification and that of the Asian squads.

Tomorrow’s sixth stage stretches 106.7 kilometres from Rawang to Putrajaya and features just two fourth category climbs, as well as three intermediate sprints.

Tour de Langkawi press release

 

 

Stage 5: Tapah to Genting Highlands, 124.30 kms
1 Jonathan Monsalve (Ven) Androni Giocattoli 3:33:31
2 Libardo Nino Corredor (Col) Le Tua Cycling Team at s.t.
3 Samad Poor Seiedi (Iri) Azad University Cycling Team 0:01
4 Dennis Van Niekerk (RSA) MTN Qhubeka 0:03
5 Rahim Ememi (Iri) Azad University Cycling Team s.t.
6 Emanuele Sella (Ita) Androni Giocattoli 0:05
7 Lachlan David Morton (Aus) Chipotle Development Team 0:08
8 Domenico Pozzovivo (Ita) Colnago CSF INOX Pro 0:17
9 Ghader Mizbani Iranagh (Iri) Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team 0:31
10 Hyo Suk Gong (Kor) Korean National Team 0:33
11 Hossein Askari (Iri) Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team 0:42
12 Pierre Rolland (Fra) Team Europcar 1:04
13 José Mendes (Por) CCC Polsat Polkowice 1:25
14 Alex Coutts (GBr) Giant Kenda Pro Cycling Team s.t.
15 Markus Eibegger (Aut) Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team 1:43
16 Amir Zargari (Iri) Azad University Cycling Team 1:46
17 Alex Howes (USA) Chipotle Development Team s.t.
18 Kirk Carlsen (USA) Chipotle Development Team 2:05
19 Geert Verheyen (Bel) Landbouwkrediet 2:17
20 Perrig Quemeneur (Fra) Team Europcar 2:29
21 Mohammad Saufi Mat Senan (Mas) Terengganu ProAsia Cycling 2:35
22 Gyung Gu Jang (Kor) Korean National Team 2:38
23 Andrei Krasilnikau (Blr) Chipotle Development Team 2:57
24 Albert Timmer (Ned) Skil Shimano Cycling Team 3:10
25 Yukihiro Doi (Jpn) Skil Shimano Cycling Team 3:14
26 Ramin Mehrabani Azar (Iri) Suren Cycling Team 3:24
27 Pengda Jiao (Chn) Max Success Sports Cycling 3:29
28 Christopher Jones (USA) United Healthcare Pro Cycling 3:36
29 Gang Xu (Chn) Max Success Sports Cycling s.t.
30 Yong Li Ng (Mas) Le Tua Cycling Team 3:43
31 Sébastien Delfosse (Bel) Landbouwkrediet 4:06
32 Guillaume Bourgeois (Sui) Team Champion System 4:12
33 Hui Zhang (Chn) Max Success Sports Cycling 4:20
34 Muhamad Adiq Husainie Othman (Mas) Drapac Professional Cycling 4:31
35 Max Jenkins (USA) United Healthcare Pro Cycling 5:13
36 Farshad Salehian (Iri) Azad University Cycling Team 5:15
37 Luca Barla (Ita) Androni Giocattoli 6:08
38 Takeaki Ayabe (Jpn) Aisan Racing Team 6:19
39 David Pell (Aus) Drapac Professional Cycling 6:28
40 Phuchong Sai-Udomsil (Tha) Terengganu ProAsia Cycling 6:45
41 Mohd Shahrul Mat Amin (Mas) Terengganu ProAsia Cycling 7:23
42 Manuele Caddeo (Ita) Colnago CSF INOX Pro 7:32
43 Antonio Santoro (Ita) Androni Giocattoli s.t.
44 Hamid Shirisisan (Iri) Suren Cycling Team 8:18
45 Kin San Wu (HKg) Team Champion System 8:23
46 Hao Liu (Chn) Max Success Sports Cycling 8:30
47 Wei Kei Chang (Tpe) Giant Kenda Pro Cycling Team 8:54
48 Jun Rong Ho (Sin) Singapore National Team 8:57
49 Guillaume Le Floch (Fra) Team Europcar 10:21
50 Lukasz Bodnar (Pol) CCC Polsat Polkowice s.t.
51 David McCann (Irl) Giant Kenda Pro Cycling Team 10:54
52 Deon Locke (Aus) Team Champion System 10:57
53 Shinichi Fukushima (Jpn) Terengganu ProAsia Cycling 11:15
54 Kenichi Suzuki (Jpn) Aisan Racing Team
55 Amir Rusli (Mas) Malaysian National Team both s.t.
56 Koen De Kort (Ned) Skil Shimano Cycling Team 11:23
57 Christoff Van Heerden (RSA) MTN Qhubeka s.t.
58 G. Luca Mirenda (Ita) Farnese Vini - Neri Sotttoli 11:25
59 Jacob Rathe (USA) Chipotle Development Team s.t.
60 Abolfazl Nazari Daghalian (Iri) Suren Cycling Team 13:47
61 Choon Huat Goh (Sin) Singapore National Team 13:57
62 Ki Hong Yoo (Kor) Korean National Team 14:17
63 Benjamin Gourgue (Bel) Landbouwkrediet s.t.
64 James Tennent (RSA) MTN Qhubeka 14:38
65 Boris Shpilevsky (Rus) Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team 14:58
66 Alireza Haghi (Iri) Azad University Cycling Team
67 Mehdi Sohrabi (Iri) Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team both s.t.
68 Angelo Pagani (Ita) Colnago CSF INOX Pro 15:05
69 Mohd Rauf Nur Nisbah (Mas) Malaysian National Team 15:58
70 Tobias Erler (Ger) Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team 17:05
71 Ameli Meysam (Iri) Suren Cycling Team s.t.
72 Sea Keong Loh (Mas) Malaysian National Team 17:16
73 Adrian Why Kit Chuah (Mas) Le Tua Cycling Team 17:33
74 Mohd Nor Rizuan Zainal (Mas) Malaysian National Team 18:12
75 Thomas Bonnin (Fra) Skil Shimano Cycling Team 20:31
76 Darren Low (Sin) Singapore National Team 20:59
77 Andrea Pasqualon (Ita) Colnago CSF INOX Pro 22:08
78 Floris Goesinnen (Ned) Drapac Professional Cycling s.t.
79 David Veilleux (Can) Team Europcar 23:34
80 Hariff Salleh (Mas) Terengganu ProAsia Cycling 25:30
81 Suhardi Hassan (Mas) Malaysian National Team
82 Arran Brown (RSA) MTN Qhubeka
83 Chan Jae Jang (Kor) Korean National Team all s.t.
84 Anuar Manan (Mas) Terengganu ProAsia Cycling 25:34
85 Ahmad Fahrullah Alias (Mas) Malaysian National Team 25:36
86 Bartlomiej Matysiak (Pol) CCC Polsat Polkowice 25:55
87 Dene Rogers (NZl) Giant Kenda Pro Cycling Team
88 Ebrahim Javani (Iri) Suren Cycling Team
89 Robert Förster (Ger) United Healthcare Pro Cycling
90 Bradley Potgieter (RSA) MTN Qhubeka all s.t.
91 Karl Menzies (Aus) United Healthcare Pro Cycling 25:57
92 Baptiste Plackaert (Bel) Landbouwkrediet
93 Boy Van Poppel (Ned) United Healthcare Pro Cycling
94 Ghafari Vahid (Iri) Suren Cycling Team
95 Joeri Stallaert (Bel) Landbouwkrediet
96 Thomas Palmer (Aus) Drapac Professional Cycling
97 Ji Wen Low (Sin) Singapore National Team
98 Adi Putera (Sin) Singapore National Team
99 Elia Favilli (Ita) Farnese Vini - Neri Sotttoli
100 Stuart Shaw (Aus) Drapac Professional Cycling
101 Andrea Guardini (Ita) Farnese Vini - Neri Sotttoli
102 Otavio Didier Bulgarelli (Bra) Farnese Vini - Neri Sotttoli
103 Raymond Kreder (Ned) Chipotle Development Team
104 Matthias Friedemann (Ger) Team Champion System
105 Marcel Kittel (Ger) Skil Shimano Cycling Team
106 Omar Lombardi (Ita) Colnago CSF INOX Pro
107 Blazej Janiaczyk (Pol) CCC Polsat Polkowice
108 Hilton Clarke (Aus) United Healthcare Pro Cycling
109 Taiji Nishitani (Jpn) Aisan Racing Team
110 Abbas Saeidi Tanha (Iri) Azad University Cycling Team
111 Rafal Ratajczyk (Pol) CCC Polsat Polkowice
112 Takashi Miyazawa (Jpn) Farnese Vini - Neri Sotttoli
113 Sam Witmitz (Aus) Le Tua Cycling Team
114 Alessandro De Marchi (Ita) Androni Giocattoli
115 Rhys Pollock (Aus) Drapac Professional Cycling
116 Kazuhiro Mori (Jpn) Aisan Racing Team
117 Shinpei Fukuda (Jpn) Aisan Racing Team
118 Damien Gaudin (Fra) Team Europcar all s.t.
119 Roberto De Patre (Ita) Farnese Vini - Neri Sotttoli 26:12
120 Paolo Locatelli (Ita) Colnago CSF INOX Pro 26:14
121 Mohd Rhazif Mohd Salleh (Mas) Le Tua Cycling Team s.t.
122 André Schulze (Ger) CCC Polsat Polkowice 27:30
123 Kenny Robert Van Hummel (Ned) Skil Shimano Cycling Team 27:58
DNS Jaan Kirsipuu (Est) Team Champion System
 
GC
1 Libardo Nino Corredor (Col) Le Tua Cycling Team 15:59:46
2 Jonathan Monsalve (Ven) Androni Giocattoli at 0:02
3 Emanuele Sella (Ita) Androni Giocattoli 0:19
4 Dennis Van Niekerk (RSA) MTN Qhubeka 0:22
5 Rahim Ememi (Iri) Azad University Cycling Team s.t.
6 Lachlan David Morton (Aus) Chipotle Development Team 0:27
7 Domenico Pozzovivo (Ita) Colnago CSF INOX Pro 0:44
8 Ghader Mizbani Iranagh (Iri) Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team 0:50
9 Hyo Suk Gong (Kor) Korean National Team 0:52
10 Hossein Askari (Iri) Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team 0:53
11 Pierre Rolland (Fra) Team Europcar 1:23
12 José Mendes (Por) CCC Polsat Polkowice 1:44
13 Amir Zargari (Iri) Azad University Cycling Team 1:54
14 Alex Howes (USA) Chipotle Development Team 1:58
15 Kirk Carlsen (USA) Chipotle Development Team 2:21
16 Markus Eibegger (Aut) Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team 2:35
17 Alex Coutts (GBr) Giant Kenda Pro Cycling Team 2:37
18 Samad Poor Seiedi (Iri) Azad University Cycling Team 2:55
19 Perrig Quemeneur (Fra) Team Europcar 3:28
20 Gyung Gu Jang (Kor) Korean National Team 3:30
21 Geert Verheyen (Bel) Landbouwkrediet 3:48
22 Pengda Jiao (Chn) Max Success Sports Cycling
23 Christopher Jones (USA) United Healthcare Pro Cycling both s.t.
24 Gang Xu (Chn) Max Success Sports Cycling 3:55
25 Andrei Krasilnikau (Blr) Chipotle Development Team 3:59
26 Yukihiro Doi (Jpn) Skil Shimano Cycling Team 5:08
27 Ramin Mehrabani Azar (Iri) Suren Cycling Team 5:15
28 Guillaume Bourgeois (Sui) Team Champion System 5:58
29 Mohammad Saufi Mat Senan (Mas) Terengganu ProAsia Cycling 6:03
30 Max Jenkins (USA) United Healthcare Pro Cycling s.t.
31 Hui Zhang (Chn) Max Success Sports Cycling 6:05
32 Takeaki Ayabe (Jpn) Aisan Racing Team 6:21
33 Farshad Salehian (Iri) Azad University Cycling Team 7:09
34 David Pell (Aus) Drapac Professional Cycling 8:06
35 Sébastien Delfosse (Bel) Landbouwkrediet 8:13
36 Yong Li Ng (Mas) Le Tua Cycling Team s.t.
37 Manuele Caddeo (Ita) Colnago CSF INOX Pro 9:00
38 Mohd Shahrul Mat Amin (Mas) Terengganu ProAsia Cycling 9:13
39 Muhamad Adiq Husainie Othman (Mas) Drapac Professional Cycling 10:12
40 Phuchong Sai-Udomsil (Tha) Terengganu ProAsia Cycling 10:13
41 Antonio Santoro (Ita) Androni Giocattoli 11:03
42 Jacob Rathe (USA) Chipotle Development Team 11:42
43 David McCann (Irl) Giant Kenda Pro Cycling Team 11:46
44 Kin San Wu (HKg) Team Champion System 11:51
45 Albert Timmer (Ned) Skil Shimano Cycling Team 12:19
46 Hamid Shirisisan (Iri) Suren Cycling Team 14:00
47 Wei Kei Chang (Tpe) Giant Kenda Pro Cycling Team 14:55
48 Deon Locke (Aus) Team Champion System 14:56
49 Kenichi Suzuki (Jpn) Aisan Racing Team 15:04
50 Jun Rong Ho (Sin) Singapore National Team 16:09
51 Mehdi Sohrabi (Iri) Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team 16:34
52 Hao Liu (Chn) Max Success Sports Cycling 17:39
53 Ki Hong Yoo (Kor) Korean National Team 17:45
54 Abolfazl Nazari Daghalian (Iri) Suren Cycling Team 19:28
55 Guillaume Le Floch (Fra) Team Europcar 19:30
56 Amir Rusli (Mas) Malaysian National Team 19:50
57 Alireza Haghi (Iri) Azad University Cycling Team 20:15
58 Benjamin Gourgue (Bel) Landbouwkrediet 20:28
59 Koen De Kort (Ned) Skil Shimano Cycling Team 20:32
60 Thomas Bonnin (Fra) Skil Shimano Cycling Team 20:43
61 Christoff Van Heerden (RSA) MTN Qhubeka 20:54
62 Mohd Rauf Nur Nisbah (Mas) Malaysian National Team 21:51
63 Luca Barla (Ita) Androni Giocattoli 22:22
64 Angelo Pagani (Ita) Colnago CSF INOX Pro 24:14
65 G. Luca Mirenda (Ita) Farnese Vini - Neri Sotttoli 24:36
66 Choon Huat Goh (Sin) Singapore National Team 26:49
67 Lukasz Bodnar (Pol) CCC Polsat Polkowice 27:30
68 Andrea Pasqualon (Ita) Colnago CSF INOX Pro 28:17
69 Taiji Nishitani (Jpn) Aisan Racing Team 30:04
70 Raymond Kreder (Ned) Chipotle Development Team 31:46
71 Hilton Clarke (Aus) United Healthcare Pro Cycling 31:53
72 Baptiste Plackaert (Bel) Landbouwkrediet 31:54
73 Adrian Why Kit Chuah (Mas) Le Tua Cycling Team 32:41
74 David Veilleux (Can) Team Europcar 32:43
75 Shinichi Fukushima (Jpn) Terengganu ProAsia Cycling 32:50
76 Joeri Stallaert (Bel) Landbouwkrediet 33:11
77 Anuar Manan (Mas) Terengganu ProAsia Cycling 34:22
78 Tobias Erler (Ger) Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team 34:42
79 Ameli Meysam (Iri) Suren Cycling Team s.t.
80 Sea Keong Loh (Mas) Malaysian National Team 34:45
81 Floris Goesinnen (Ned) Drapac Professional Cycling 35:00
82 Bartlomiej Matysiak (Pol) CCC Polsat Polkowice 35:04
83 Elia Favilli (Ita) Farnese Vini - Neri Sotttoli 35:06
84 Blazej Janiaczyk (Pol) CCC Polsat Polkowice
85 Karl Menzies (Aus) United Healthcare Pro Cycling both s.t.
86 Takashi Miyazawa (Jpn) Farnese Vini - Neri Sotttoli 35:36
87 Kazuhiro Mori (Jpn) Aisan Racing Team 35:42
88 Mohd Nor Rizuan Zainal (Mas) Malaysian National Team 35:49
89 Boris Shpilevsky (Rus) Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team 36:04
90 Ghafari Vahid (Iri) Suren Cycling Team 37:08
91 Darren Low (Sin) Singapore National Team 38:36
92 Stuart Shaw (Aus) Drapac Professional Cycling 38:49
93 Thomas Palmer (Aus) Drapac Professional Cycling 39:06
94 Damien Gaudin (Fra) Team Europcar s.t.
95 Abbas Saeidi Tanha (Iri) Azad University Cycling Team 39:08
96 James Tennent (RSA) MTN Qhubeka 39:37
97 Hariff Salleh (Mas) Terengganu ProAsia Cycling 43:02
98 Chan Jae Jang (Kor) Korean National Team 43:03
99 Andrea Guardini (Ita) Farnese Vini - Neri Sotttoli 43:06
100 Suhardi Hassan (Mas) Malaysian National Team 43:07
101 Dene Rogers (NZl) Giant Kenda Pro Cycling Team 43:32
102 Robert Förster (Ger) United Healthcare Pro Cycling s.t.
103 Matthias Friedemann (Ger) Team Champion System 43:34
104 Rafal Ratajczyk (Pol) CCC Polsat Polkowice
105 Omar Lombardi (Ita) Colnago CSF INOX Pro
106 Boy Van Poppel (Ned) United Healthcare Pro Cycling
107 Otavio Didier Bulgarelli (Bra) Farnese Vini - Neri Sotttoli all s.t.
108 Rhys Pollock (Aus) Drapac Professional Cycling 44:39
109 Arran Brown (RSA) MTN Qhubeka 46:43
110 Marcel Kittel (Ger) Skil Shimano Cycling Team 47:02
111 Bradley Potgieter (RSA) MTN Qhubeka s.t.
112 Adi Putera (Sin) Singapore National Team 47:12
113 Ji Wen Low (Sin) Singapore National Team
114 Shinpei Fukuda (Jpn) Aisan Racing Team both s.t.
115 Paolo Locatelli (Ita) Colnago CSF INOX Pro 47:29
116 André Schulze (Ger) CCC Polsat Polkowice 48:45
117 Kenny Robert Van Hummel (Ned) Skil Shimano Cycling Team 49:06
118 Ahmad Fahrullah Alias (Mas) Malaysian National Team 49:17
119 Sam Witmitz (Aus) Le Tua Cycling Team s.t.
120 Mohd Rhazif Mohd Salleh (Mas) Le Tua Cycling Team 49:33
121 Roberto De Patre (Ita) Farnese Vini - Neri Sotttoli 51:07
122 Alessandro De Marchi (Ita) Androni Giocattoli 51:26
123 Ebrahim Javani (Iri) Suren Cycling Team 1:05:48

 


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