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August 14/11 15:39 pm - London-Surry Cycle Classic results


Posted by Editoress on 08/14/11
 

Results from today's London-Surry Cycle Classic, the "Test Event" for the 2012 Olympic road course .  Favourite Mark Cavendish took the win. Christian Meier finished 52nd at 42 seconds back

140.3 km
1 Mark Cavendish (Great Britain) 3:18:11
2 Sacha Modolo (Italy)
3 Samuel Dumoulin (France)
4 Stuart O'Grady (Australia)
5 Michal Golas (Poland)
6 Borut Bozic (Slovenia)
7 Alexander Kristoff (Norway)
8 Matthew Goss (Australia)
9 Ian Bibby (Great Britain)
10 Andrew Tennant (Great Britain)
11 Bartlomiej Matysiak (Poland)
12 Dan Craven (Namibia)
13 Jeremy Hunt (Great Britain)
14 Michal Kwiatkowski (Poland) all s.t.
15 Jure Kocjan (Slovenia) 0:07
16 Roger Hammond (Great Britain) 0:10
17 Ian Stannard (Great Britain) 0:15
18 Russell Downing (Great Britain) 0:25
19 David Clarke (Great Britain) 0:42
20 Marcin Bialoblocki (Poland)
21 Marcel Kalz (Germany)
22 Tom Thill (Luxembourg)
23 Sergey Pomoshnikov (Russia)
24 Gorazd Stangelj (Slovenia)
25 Evgeniy Bakhin (Russia)
26 Jason White (Great Britain)
27 Samuel Bennett (Ireland)
28 Yoann Offredo (France)
29 Tom Last (Great Britain)
30 David Mccann (Ireland)
31 Yukiya Arashiro (Japan)
32 Pit Schlechter (Luxembourg)
33 Robert Kiserlovski (Croatia)
34 Tony Gallopin (France)
35 Kurt Asle Arvesen (Norway)
36 Daniel Fleeman (Great Britain)
37 Vladimir Miholjevic (Croatia)
38 Deni Banicek (Croatia)
39 Diego Ulissi (Italy)
40 Simon Richardson (Great Britain)
41 Liam Holohan (Great Britain)
42 Jonathan Hivert (France)
43 Evan Oliphant (Great Britain)
44 Patrick Bercz (Germany)
45 James Moss (Great Britain)
46 Blel Kadri (France)
47 Rafael Rodriguez Segarra (Spain)
48 Joseph Perrett (Great Britain)
49 Jonathan Mcevoy (Great Britain)
50 Gael Le Bellec (France)
51 Maciej Paterski (Poland)
52 Christian Meier (Canada)
53 Russell Hampton (Great Britain)
54 Kristjan Koren (Slovenia)
55 Richard Handley (Great Britain)
56 Julian Dean (New Zealand)
57 Edward Clancy (Great Britain)
58 Oscar Gatto (Italy)
59 Maciej Bodnar (Poland)
60 Clinton Avery (New Zealand)
61 Stephen Cummings (Great Britain)
62 Lars Petter Nordhaug (Norway)
63 Eros Capecchi (Italy)
64 Bob Jungels (Luxembourg)
65 Luca Paolini (Italy)
66 Michael Cuming (Great Britain)
67 Ty Magner (United States)
68 Ian Boswell (United States)
69 Tom David (New Zealand) all s.t.
70 Leigh Howard (Australia) 0:50
71 Heinrich Haussler (Australia)
72 Daniel Lloyd (Great Britain) both s.t.
73 Tom Boonen (Belgium) 1:33
74 Kevin De Weert (Belgium)
75 Jan Bakelants (Belgium)
76 Jurgen Van De Walle (Belgium)
77 Alexandre Blain (France) all s.t.
78 Michael Matthews (Australia) 1:43
79 Peter Kennaugh (Great Britain)
80 Alex Dowsett (Great Britain) both s.t.
81 Tom Murray (Great Britain) 2:02
82 Kristian House (Great Britain) s.t.
83 Andrew Fenn (Great Britain) 2:36
84 David Veilleux (Canada) 3:10
85 Dominique Rollin (Canada)
86 Yukihiro Doi (Japan) both s.t.
87 Tyler Farrar (United States) 3:23
88 Gavin Mannion (United States) 5:24
89 Luka Grubic (Croatia) 6:05
90 Stuart Wight (Canada)
91 James Sampson (Great Britain)
92 Marcel Six (Great Britain)
93 Tom Kohn (Luxembourg)
94 Roman Koltsov (Russia)
95 Ian Knight (Great Britain)
96 Adil Jelloul (Morocco)
97 Peter Hawkins (Ireland)
98 Andrew Griffiths (Great Britain)
99 Gregorlry Panizo (Brazil)
100 Viktor Sudeikin (Russia)
101 Jason Christie (New Zealand)
102 Fabian Schnaidt (Germany)
103 Mouhssine Lahsaini (Morocco)
104 Niko Eeckhout (Belgium)
105 Stijn Joseph (Belgium)
106 Jose-Eriberto Medeiros (Brazil)
107 Matthew Jones (Great Britain)
108 Jake Hales (Great Britain)
109 Gideoni Monteiro (Brazil)
110 Marcel Meisen (Germany)
111 Ian Wilkinson (Great Britain)
112 Richard Hepworth (Great Britain)
113 Gediminas Bagdonas (Lithuania)
114 Simon Gaywood (Great Britain)
115 Peter Williams (Great Britain)
116 Richard Cartland (Great Britain)
117 Tanner Putt (United States)
118 Christopher Froome (Great Britain)
119 Philip Lavery (Ireland) all s.t.
120 Takashi Miyazawa (Japan) 7:21
121 Shinichi Fukushima (Japan) 10:46
122 Jamie Riggs (Canada)
123 Ross Creber (Great Britain)
124 Tom Schanen (Luxembourg)
125 Graham Briggs (Great Britain) all s.t.
126 Cleberson Weber (Brazil) 12:12
127 Christopher Mcnamara (Great Britain) 14:30
128 Martyn Irvine (Ireland) 16:14
129 Felix English (Ireland)
130 Theo Rheinhardt (Germany) both s.t.
DNF Dale Appleby (Great Britain)
DNF Steven Lampier (Great Britain)
DNF Stephen Gallagher (Ireland)
DNF Yusuke Hatanaka (Japan)
DNF Abdeiati Saadoune (Morocco)
DNF Tarik Chaoufi (Morocco)
DNF Mohamed Said El Ammoury (Morocco)
DNF Alexey Velikanov (Russia)
DNS Ole Martin Olmheim (Norway)

 


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