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May 31/12 20:28 pm - Coupe des Nations UCI U23 - Ville de Saguenay Stage 1: results and report


Posted by Editoress on 05/31/12
 

Arman Kamyshev wins stage, Patrick Clausen wears yellow

The first of of four stages of the Coupe des Nations – Ville de Saguenay ended in a massive group sprint and was won by Arman Kamyshev (Kaz), who crossed the line by a narrow margin in front of Denmark's Patrick Clausen.  Clausen claimed the yellow leaders' jersey by virtue of time bonuses, which confered to him a slim lead of two seconds over the stage winner. Italy's Thomas Fiumana rounded out the podium.

 

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Arman Kamyshev (Kazakhstan National Team) wins stage 1

 

“It was a difficult day. There was a lot of wind and the rain was annoying, so we had to slow down the pace at the end” recounted the winner through an interpreter. “At the end of the last lap, I attacked several times in order to stay well positioned for the sprint.” Second at last year’s overall ranking, he foresees his chances of winning this year. It is indeed an admitted goal.

It was under uncertain skies that the 88 riders started the 140.7 kilometre stage that set out on the streets of Jonquiere. Early in the race, a breakaway of three went away. The fugitive trio were quickly brought back before completing the first lap. A few attacks were then attempted during the next two laps, but none were successful.

At about the halfway point of the race, two riders managed to escape from the peloton. Four more riders went in pursuit and soon joined them. But it was not to be against a determined peloton at full blast. The final 40 kilometres saw  many unsuccessful attacks, but on the seventh and decisive lap, all riders had reintegrated the bunch.   In the final kilometres a crash ended the chances of some and tainted the stage outcome, which was determined in the final sprint.

On Friday the 151 kilometre second stage will start in La Baie.

 

Report courtesy FQSC

 

Stage 1: Jonquière, 140.7km
1 Arman Kamyshev (Kaz) Kazakhstan National Team 3:09:23
2 Patrick Clausen (Den) Danish National Team
3 Thomas Fiumana (Ita) Italian National Team
4 Kristian Sbaragli (Ita) Italian National Team
5 Hugo Houle (Can) Canadian National Team
6 Jan Dieteren (Ger) German National Team
7 Mark Christian (GBr) British National Team
8 Nikias Arndt (Ger) German National Team
9 Vladislav Gorbunov (Kaz) Kazakhstan National Team
10 Daniele Aldegheri (Ita) Italian National Team
11 MichaB Kadrzycski (Pol) Polish National Team
12 Jan Tratnik (Slo) Slovenian National Team
13 Mats Lohne (Nor) Norewegian National Team
14 Sebastian Lander (Den) Danish National Team
15 Klemen Stimulak (Slo) Slovenian National Team
16 Kamil Gradek (Pol) Polish National Team
17 Ruben Companioni Blanco (Cub) Cuban National Team
18 Alexey Lutsenko (Kaz) Kazakhstan National Team
19 Sebastian Salazar (Col) Colombian National Team
20 Alcides Miranda (Pan) Panama National Team
21 Michael Valgren Andersen (Den) Danish National Team
22 David Boily (Can) Canadian National Team
23 Jonathan Mould (GBr) British National Team
24 Simon Yates (GBr) British National Team
25 David Pareja (Pan) Panama National Team
26 Abdraimzhan Ishanov (Kaz) Kazakhstan National Team
27 Mateusz Nowaczek (Pol) Polish National Team
28 Fabio Tommassini (Ita) Italian National Team
29 Nathan Brown (USA) US National Team
30 Matthias Plarre (Ger) German National Team
31 Grzegorz Haba (Pol) Polish National Team
32 Charlie Avis (USA) US National Team
33 Romain Guillemois (Fra) French National Team
34 Daniel Slatto Gomnes (Nor) Norewegian National Team
35 Evan Huffman (USA) US National Team
36 Kevin Predatsch (Ger) German National Team
37 Eduardo Sepulveda (Arg) UCI Mixed Team
38 Magnus Cort Nielsen (Den) Danish National Team
39 Georges Atkins (GBr) British National Team
40 Asbjorn Kragh Andersen (Den) Danish National Team
41 Ramon Carretero (Pan) Panama National Team
42 Alexis Gougeard (Fra) French National Team
43 Rudy Kowalski (Fra) French National Team
44 Piter Campero (Bol) UCI Mixed Team
45 Stuart Wight (Can) Canadian National Team
46 Ever Rivera (Col) Colombian National Team
47 Pawel Bernas (Pol) Polish National Team
48 Audun Brekke Flotten (Nor) Norewegian National Team
49 Yannick Mayer (Ger) German National Team
50 Juan Diego Quintero (Col) Colombian National Team
51 Juan Carlos Romeu Cabrera (Cub) Cuban National Team
52 Ryan Aitcheson (Can) Canadian National Team
53 Jos Chalmers (USA) US National Team
54 Roman Dronin (Uzb) UCI Mixed Team
55 Jose Rios (Pan) Panama National Team
56 Carlos Galeano (Col) Colombian National Team
57 Simone Camilli (Ita) Italian National Team
58 Juan Chamorro (Col) Colombian National Team
59 Ramon L. Martin Alvarez (Cub) Cuban National Team
60 Vegard Breen (Nor) Norewegian National Team
61 Christer Jensen (Nor) Norewegian National Team
62 Aukasz Wizniowski (Pol) Polish National Team
63 Houssam Nasri (Tun) UCI Mixed Team
64 Olivier Le Gac (Fra) French National Team
65 Mark Dzamastagic (Slo) Slovenian National Team
66 Natnael Berhane (Eri) UCI Mixed Team
67 Florian Senechal (Fra) French National Team
68 Fernando Orjuela (Col) Colombian National Team
69 Ulises Castillo (Mex) UCI Mixed Team
70 Julian Alaphilippe (Fra) French National Team
71 Francisco Gonzalez (Pan) Panama National Team
72 Pierrick Naud (Can) Canadian National Team
73 Mads Meyer (Den) Danish National Team
74 Eirik Kasa Jarlseth (Nor) Norewegian National Team
75 Jorge Castillo (Pan) Panama National Team
76 Mario Vogt (Ger) German National Team
77 Robert Jenko (Slo) Slovenian National Team
78 Tanner Putt (USA) US National Team
79 Samuel Harrison (GBr) British National Team
80 Joseph Schmalz (USA) US National Team
81 Thomas Moses (GBr) British National Team
82 Antoine Duchesne (Can) Canadian National Team
83 Maxat Ayazbayev (Kaz) Kazakhstan National Team
84 Danil Fominykh (Kaz) Kazakhstan National Team
85 Racso Gonzalez Toledo (Cub) Cuban National Team all s.t.
86 Luca Wackermann (Ita) Italian National Team 17:18
OTL Leandro Marcos Vidueiro (Cub) Cuban National Team 21:38
OTL Eduardo Acosta Rodriguez (Cub) Cuban National Team s.t.

 


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