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2017 Vuelta a España

STAGE 3: Prades Conflent Canigó to Andorra la Vella

The peloton will ride comfortably up until Andorra, where a first natural selection process will take place. The climb to La Comella, short yet explosive, will take care of the rest. It will be complicated to organize a breakaway, but we do not write off the possibility of attacks in the very last kilometer. If one of the strong riders shows any signs of weakness, this could complicate his Vuelta.

Nibali's late surge wins Vuelta stage 3

Nibali took the stage win after chasing back on. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com

ANDORRA LA VELLA, Andorra (AFP) — Vincenzo Nibali raised his hand to his helmet to imitate a shark’s fin as he sped across the finish line to win the third stage of the Vuelta a España after attacking in the final meters for the victory. The shark-themed victory salute came after Nibali — whose nickname is the “Shark of Messina” — had to chase back onto an elite group in the waning kilometers of the 158.5km stage.

“I thought it was a good opportunity to win some time and very happy to win the stage,” Nibali said.

Behind Nibali, Brit Chris Froome finished third on the day and climbed into the red race leader’s jersey. Froome now leads the race ahead of David de la Cruz (Quick-Step Floors) and BMC teammates Nicolas Roche and Tejay van Garderen (both BMC), who are all two seconds in arrears.

“It’s been a long time since I had the red jersey, it feels amazing to put it back on,” Froome said. “To be in this position is something I’ve thought about for a long time and I worked really hard after the Tour.”

Froome and his Sky teammates were the big winners on the day, which saw the peloton tackle three categorized climbs across the Pyrenees. On the day’s final climb —the cat 2 Alto de la Camilia—Froome had teammates Mikel Nieve and Wout Poels tap out a punishing tempo on the front of the peloton. The pace was too much for fan-favorite Alberto Contador (Trek-Segafredo), who lost touch with the group midway up the climb. .

Froome attacked inside of a kilometer from the summit of the climb, and only Esteban Chaves (Orica-Scott) was able to follow the acceleration. The two crested the hill together, and were eventually joined by Romain Bardet (AG2R) and Fabio Aru (Astana) on the descent. Behind, a group containing Nibali, van Garderen, Roche, Domenico Pozzovivo (AG2R) and De la Cruz crested together and began the winding descent to the finish.

The Froome group appeared to be destined to hold their gap until the line, however the chase caught back on just before the final kilometer. A last-ditch attack by Froome failed to shed any of the contenders, and the group appeared to be destined for a bunch kick with half a kilometer to go.

Nibali put in a small dig inside 250 meters to go, and the held the gap to the line.

Froome is aiming to become just the third man in history to win the Tour de France and Vuelta in the same year after Frenchman Jacques Anquetil (1963) and Bernard Hinault (1978). And despite three second-placed finishes at the Vuelta, it is the first time he has led the race since his breakout Grand Tour in 2011, when he played a supporting role for Bradley Wiggins.

With nine summit finishes to come over three grueling weeks in searing Spanish summer heat, Froome believes it will be difficult to stay in front all the way to Madrid on September 10.

“It’s going to be really hard to keep it until the end, especially with the time bonuses out there,” Froome said. “It’s only two seconds to the next group of riders. It’s still really close.  I don’t expect to keep it [until] the end but I’m certainly gonna fight for it.”

The stage also narrowed down the group of contenders who can challenge Froome across the course. Chaves was the only man to match Froome’s acceleration on the climb, and looks to have the legs to challenge the Brit across the race’s mountainous parcours. Bardet and Aru were only a few seconds behind Froome on the summit, and could also challenge in the mountains. Stage winner Nibali was dropped, however he is one of the few contenders who missed the Tour de France and looked to have the fresher legs as he headed a nine-man group to the line.

Orica-Scott’s Adam and Simon Yates lost time on the climb, finishing 25 and 29 seconds in arrears, respectively. Louis Meintjes (UAE Emirates) and Illnur Zakarin (Katusha-Alpecin) both lost 54 seconds.

Contador, 34, was the biggest loser on the day. The three-time Vuelta winner did not have the legs to follow the contenders, and he finished more than two minutes down on the group of contenders. Contador in his final race before retirement, and he now trails Froome by 3mins 10secs overall.

“I don’t know what happened to me, I don’t know what it is down to, but I felt really flat,” said Contador.

RANKRIDER (COUNTRY) TEAM TIME
1 Vincenzo Nibali (Italy) 4:01:22
2 David De La Cruz Melgarejo (Spain) +0
3 Chris Froome (Great Britain) +0
4 Romain Bardet (France) AG2R LA MONDIALE +0
5 Jhoan Esteban Chaves Rubio (Colombia) +0
6 Fabio Aru (Italy) ASTANA PRO TEAM +0
7 Nicolas Roche (Ireland) +0
8 Tejay Van Garderen (USA) +0
9 Domenico Pozzovivo (Italy) AG2R LA MONDIALE +0
10 Michael Woods (Canada) +25
11 Adam Yates (Great Britain) +25
12 Mikel Nieve Iturralde (Spain) +25
13 Simon Yates (Great Britain) +29
14 Daniel Moreno (Spain) +54
15 Louis Meintjes (South Africa) +54
16 Ilnur Zakarin (Russia) TEAM KATUSHA ALPECIN +54
17 Igor Anton Hernandez (Spain) +54
18 Warren Barguil (France) TEAM SKY +1:14
19 Rui Alberto Faria Da Costa (Portugal) +1:14
20 Luis León Sanchez (Spain) +1:14
21 Carlos Betancur (Colombia) +1:14
22 Wilco Kelderman (Netherlands) +1:14
23 Steven Kruijswijk (Netherlands) +1:14
24 Sergio Pardilla Bellon (Spain) +1:14
25 Miguel Angel Lopez Moreno (Colombia) +1:14
26 Sam Oomen (Netherlands) +1:24
27 Nelson Oliveira (Portugal) +1:28
28 Jack Haig (Australia) +1:39
29 Sander Armee (Belgium) +1:39
30 Jhon Darwin Atapuma Hurtado (Colombia) +1:39
31 Lachlan Morton (Australia) +1:39
32 Wout Poels (Netherlands) +1:39
33 Jaime Roson Garcia (Spain) +1:39
34 Jan Polanc (Slovenia) +2:21
35 Hernan Ricardo Aguirre Caipa (Colombia) +2:33
36 Peter Stetina (USA) +2:33
37 Alberto Contador Velasco (Spain) TREK - SEGAFREDO +2:33
38 Rafal Majka (Poland) BORA - HANSGROHE +2:35
39 Emanuel Buchmann (Germany) +2:43
40 Bart De Clercq (Belgium) +3:36
41 Jetse Bol (Netherlands) +4:01
42 Diego Rosa (Italy) +5:07
43 Gianni Moscon (Italy) +5:07
44 Stef Clement (Netherlands) +5:43
45 Stéphane Rossetto (France) +7:16
46 Jesper Hansen (Denmark) +7:16
47 Luis Angel Mate Mardones (Spain) +7:16
48 Tomasz Marczynski (Poland) +7:16
49 Valerio Agnoli (Italy) +7:16
50 Daniel Navarro Garcia (Spain) COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS +7:16
51 Fabricio Ferrari Barcelo (Uruguay) +7:16
52 Pello Bilbao Lopez De Armentia (Spain) +7:16
53 Merhawi Kudus (Eritrea) +7:16
54 Lawrence Warbasse (USA) +7:16
55 Bob Jungels (Luxembourg) +7:16
56 Sergei Chernetski (Russia) +7:16
57 Alexandre Geniez (France) +7:25
58 Joseph Lloyd Dombrowski (USA) +9:12
59 Rohan Dennis (Australia) +9:16
60 Enric Mas Nicolau (Spain) +9:16
61 Jimmy Turgis (France) +10:21
62 Richard Carapaz (Ecuador) +10:21
63 Jose Rojas (Spain) +10:21
64 Giovanni Visconti (Italy) +10:21
65 Bernardo Albeiro Suaza Arango (Colombia) +10:21
66 Ricardo Vilela (Portugal) +10:21
67 Luis Guillermo Mas Bonet (Spain) +12:14
68 José GonÇalves (Portugal) +12:14
69 Tobias Ludvigsson (Sweden) +12:14
70 Odd Christian Eiking (Norway) +12:14
71 Aldemar Reyes Ortega (Colombia) +12:14
72 Franco Pellizotti (Italy) +12:14
73 Matvey Mamykin (Russia) +12:14
74 Salvatore Puccio (Italy) +12:14
75 Jesus Hernandez Blazquez (Spain) +12:14
76 Jarlinson Pantano Gomez (Colombia) TREK - SEGAFREDO +12:14
77 Davide Villella (Italy) +12:14
78 Antonio Pedrero (Spain) +12:42
79 Ruben Fernandez (Spain) +14:08
80 Marc Soler (Spain) +14:08
81 Adam James Hansen (Australia) +14:08
82 Jacques Willem Janse Van Rensburg (South Africa) +14:08
83 Przemyslaw Niemiec (Poland) +14:08
84 Juan Felipe Osorio Arboleda (Colombia) +14:48
85 Matej Mohoric (Slovenia) +14:48
86 Damiano Caruso (Italy) BMC RACING TEAM +14:48
87 Daan Olivier (Netherlands) +14:48
88 Simon Clarke (Australia) +14:48
89 Hernando Bohorquez Sanchez (Colombia) +14:48
90 Stefan Denifl (Austria) +14:48
91 Axel Domont (France) +14:48
92 Clement Chevrier (France) +14:48
93 Carlos Verona (Spain) +14:48
94 Koen De Kort (Netherlands) +14:48
95 Eros Capecchi (Italy) +14:48
96 Jérémy Maison (France) +14:48
97 Arnaud Courteille (France) +14:48
98 Nikita Stalnov (Kazakhstan) +14:48
99 Alexey Lutsenko (Kazakhstan) ASTANA PRO TEAM +14:48
100 Alberto Losada Alguacil (Spain) +14:48
101 Hugo Houle (Canada) +14:48
102 Guillaume Bonnafond (France) +14:48
103 Maxime Monfort (Belgium) +14:48
104 Serge Pauwels (Belgium) TEAM DIMENSION DATA +14:48
105 Koen Bouwman (Netherlands) +14:48
106 David Arroyo Duran (Spain) +14:48
107 Christopher Juul Jensen (Denmark) +14:48
108 William Clarke (Australia) +14:48
109 Christian Knees (Germany) +14:48
110 Thomas De Gendt (Belgium) LOTTO SOUDAL +14:48
111 Brendan Canty (Australia) +14:48
112 Antwan Tolhoek (Netherlands) +14:48
113 George Bennett (New Zealand) +14:48
114 Nicholas Schultz (Australia) +14:48
115 Mark Christian (Great Britain) +14:48
116 Patrick Konrad (Austria) +15:10
117 Daniel Oss (Italy) +15:20
118 Francisco Jose Ventoso Alberdi (Spain) +15:20
119 Kilian Frankiny (Switzerland) +15:20
120 Sven Erik BystrØm (Norway) +15:20
121 Diego Rubio Hernandez (Spain) +15:20
122 Loïc Vliegen (Belgium) +15:27
123 Remy Mertz (Belgium) +15:31
124 Anthony Turgis (France) +15:35
125 Anthony Perez (France) +15:35
126 Omar Fraile Matarranz (Spain) +15:35
127 Alessandro De Marchi (Italy) +15:35
128 Julian Alaphilippe (France) +15:38
129 Cesare Benedetti (Italy) +16:26
130 Jelle Wallays (Belgium) +16:39
131 Markel Irizar Aramburu (Spain) +16:42
132 Floris De Tier (Belgium) +16:45
133 Rein Taaramae (Estonia) +16:45
134 Toms Skujins (Latvia) +16:51
135 Anthony Roux (France) +17:27
136 Julien Bernard (France) +17:27
137 Marco Haller (Austria) +17:27
138 Nicolas Dougall (South Africa) +17:27
139 Laurens De Vreese (Belgium) +17:27
140 Johan Le Bon (France) +17:27
141 Pawel Poljanski (Poland) +17:27
142 Domen Novak (Slovenia) +17:44
143 Chad Haga (USA) +18:49
144 David Lopez Garcia (Spain) +18:49
145 Jens Debusschere (Belgium) +18:49
146 Antonio Nibali (Italy) +19:05
147 Bert-jan Lindeman (Netherlands) +19:15
148 Lennard Hofstede (Netherlands) +19:15
149 Manuele Boaro (Italy) +20:00
150 Sacha Modolo (Italy) +20:00
151 Alexis Gougeard (France) +20:51
152 Nico Denz (Germany) +23:20
153 Tom Van Asbroeck (Belgium) +23:20
154 Lasse Norman Hansen (Denmark) +23:20
155 Johannes FrÖhlinger (Germany) +23:20
156 Michael Morkov (Denmark) +23:20
157 Daniel Hoelgaard (Norway) +23:20
158 Rafael Reis (Portugal) +23:20
159 Juan Jose Lobato Del Valle (Spain) +23:20
160 Ivan Garcia Cortina (Spain) +23:20
161 Matteo Trentin (Italy) +23:20
162 Tim Declercq (Belgium) +23:20
163 Yves Lampaert (Belgium) +23:20
164 Christopher Hamilton (Australia) +23:20
165 Kenneth Vanbilsen (Belgium) +23:20
166 Sam Bewley (New Zealand) +23:20
167 Jonas Van Genechten (Belgium) +23:20
168 Jorge Arcas (Spain) +23:20
169 Lennard KÄmna (Germany) +23:20
170 Magnus Cort Nielsen (Denmark) +23:20
171 Julien Duval (France) +23:20
172 Hector Saez Benito (Spain) +23:20
173 Federico Zurlo (Italy) +23:20
174 Christoph Pfingsten (Germany) +23:20
175 Andreas Schillinger (Germany) +23:20
176 Tom Scully (New Zealand) +23:20
177 Youcef Reguigui (Algeria) +23:20
178 Michel Kreder (Netherlands) +23:20
179 Juan Sebastian Molano Benavides (Colombia) +23:20
180 Adam Blythe (Great Britain) +23:20
181 Ian Stannard (Great Britain) +23:20
182 Niki Terpstra (Netherlands) +23:20
183 Peter Koning (Netherlands) +23:20
184 Aaron Gate (New Zealand) +23:20
185 Fernando Orjuela Gutierrez (Colombia) +23:20
186 Edward Theuns (Belgium) +23:20
187 John Degenkolb (Germany) +23:20
188 Søren Kragh Andersen (Denmark) +23:20
189 Michael Schwarzmann (Germany) +23:20
190 Svein Tuft (Canada) +23:20
191 Conor Dunne (Ireland) +23:20
192 Maxim Belkov (Russia) +23:20
193 Lorrenzo Manzin (France) +38:28
DNF Marc Fournier (France)
DNS Benjamin King (USA)
RANK RIDER (COUNTRY) TEAM OVERALL TIME
1 Chris Froome (Great Britain) 8:53:44
2 David De La Cruz Melgarejo (Spain) +2
3 Nicolas Roche (Ireland) +2
4 Tejay Van Garderen (USA) +2
5 Vincenzo Nibali (Italy) +10
6 Jhoan Esteban Chaves Rubio (Colombia) +11
7 Fabio Aru (Italy) ASTANA PRO TEAM +38
8 Adam Yates (Great Britain) +39
9 Domenico Pozzovivo (Italy) AG2R LA MONDIALE +43
10 Romain Bardet (France) AG2R LA MONDIALE +48
11 Simon Yates (Great Britain) +48
12 Michael Woods (Canada) +1:13
13 Wilco Kelderman (Netherlands) +1:17
15 Warren Barguil (France) TEAM SKY +1:22
16 Ilnur Zakarin (Russia) TEAM KATUSHA ALPECIN +1:29
18 Carlos Betancur (Colombia) +1:35
19 Igor Anton Hernandez (Spain) +1:35
20 Louis Meintjes (South Africa) +1:43
21 Wout Poels (Netherlands) +1:45
22 Luis León Sanchez (Spain) +1:52
24 Steven Kruijswijk (Netherlands) +1:56
25 Miguel Angel Lopez Moreno (Colombia) +1:57
26 Rui Alberto Faria Da Costa (Portugal) +1:58
27 Jack Haig (Australia) +1:58
28 Jaime Roson Garcia (Spain) +2:37
29 Rafal Majka (Poland) BORA - HANSGROHE +2:53
30 Alberto Contador Velasco (Spain) TREK - SEGAFREDO +3:10
31 Peter Stetina (USA) +3:10
32 Jan Polanc (Slovenia) +3:10
33 Mikel Nieve Iturralde (Spain) +3:44
34 Sergio Pardilla Bellon (Spain) +3:57
36 Bart De Clercq (Belgium) +4:18
37 Emanuel Buchmann (Germany) +4:51
39 Sander Armee (Belgium) +5:16
41 Diego Rosa (Italy) +5:31
43 Jhon Darwin Atapuma Hurtado (Colombia) +6:11
44 Stef Clement (Netherlands) +6:25
45 Bob Jungels (Luxembourg) +7:24
46 Tomasz Marczynski (Poland) +7:37
47 Valerio Agnoli (Italy) +7:49
49 Luis Angel Mate Mardones (Spain) +8:15
51 Lawrence Warbasse (USA) +8:22
52 Jesper Hansen (Denmark) +9:13
53 Rohan Dennis (Australia) +9:18
54 Pello Bilbao Lopez De Armentia (Spain) +9:29
55 Stéphane Rossetto (France) +10:00
56 Daniel Navarro Garcia (Spain) COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS +10:00
57 Jose Rojas (Spain) +10:47
64 Joseph Lloyd Dombrowski (USA) +12:27
65 Giovanni Visconti (Italy) +12:39
66 Jarlinson Pantano Gomez (Colombia) TREK - SEGAFREDO +12:51
67 Davide Villella (Italy) +13:02
70 Salvatore Puccio (Italy) +14:10
71 José GonÇalves (Portugal) +14:22
72 Ruben Fernandez (Spain) +14:29
74 Tobias Ludvigsson (Sweden) +14:39
75 Odd Christian Eiking (Norway) +14:39
76 Daniel Oss (Italy) +15:08
77 Adam James Hansen (Australia) +15:08
78 Matvey Mamykin (Russia) +15:08
79 Maxime Monfort (Belgium) +15:14
80 Christian Knees (Germany) +15:15
81 Patrick Konrad (Austria) +15:20
82 Franco Pellizotti (Italy) +15:24
83 Simon Clarke (Australia) +15:28
84 Alexandre Geniez (France) +15:28
85 Hugo Houle (Canada) +15:36
86 Matej Mohoric (Slovenia) +15:37
88 Julian Alaphilippe (France) +15:41
89 Koen De Kort (Netherlands) +15:49
90 Axel Domont (France) +15:52
91 Clement Chevrier (France) +15:53
92 Sven Erik BystrØm (Norway) +15:57
93 George Bennett (New Zealand) +16:00
95 Alberto Losada Alguacil (Spain) +16:27
96 Eros Capecchi (Italy) +16:28
98 Arnaud Courteille (France) +16:32
99 Guillaume Bonnafond (France) +16:34
100 Jelle Wallays (Belgium) +17:00
101 Christopher Juul Jensen (Denmark) +17:00
102 Omar Fraile Matarranz (Spain) +17:09
103 Damiano Caruso (Italy) BMC RACING TEAM +17:09
104 Serge Pauwels (Belgium) TEAM DIMENSION DATA +17:14
105 Cesare Benedetti (Italy) +17:20
109 Markel Irizar Aramburu (Spain) +17:35
111 Carlos Verona (Spain) +17:43
113 Pawel Poljanski (Poland) +17:50
114 Marco Haller (Austria) +17:55
116 Alexey Lutsenko (Kazakhstan) ASTANA PRO TEAM +17:55
117 Alessandro De Marchi (Italy) +18:01
118 Anthony Roux (France) +18:07
119 Francisco Jose Ventoso Alberdi (Spain) +18:20
120 Johan Le Bon (France) +18:33
121 Jacques Willem Janse Van Rensburg (South Africa) +18:36
128 Jens Debusschere (Belgium) +19:15
131 Rein Taaramae (Estonia) +19:39
132 Chad Haga (USA) +19:58
133 Julien Bernard (France) +20:23
135 Sacha Modolo (Italy) +21:39
137 Alexis Gougeard (France) +22:05
138 Przemyslaw Niemiec (Poland) +22:12
139 Jesus Hernandez Blazquez (Spain) +22:14
141 Stefan Denifl (Austria) +22:43
143 Koen Bouwman (Netherlands) +22:45
144 Manuele Boaro (Italy) +22:52
146 David Arroyo Duran (Spain) +23:01
147 Yves Lampaert (Belgium) +23:05
148 Matteo Trentin (Italy) +23:06
150 Magnus Cort Nielsen (Denmark) +23:39
151 Thomas De Gendt (Belgium) LOTTO SOUDAL +23:43
153 Edward Theuns (Belgium) +23:44
156 Michael Morkov (Denmark) +23:55
158 Christoph Pfingsten (Germany) +24:04
161 Ian Stannard (Great Britain) +24:32
165 Sam Bewley (New Zealand) +24:58
170 Johannes FrÖhlinger (Germany) +25:09
173 Jonas Van Genechten (Belgium) +25:29
174 Svein Tuft (Canada) +25:30
176 Niki Terpstra (Netherlands) +25:43
177 John Degenkolb (Germany) +26:03
178 Michael Schwarzmann (Germany) +26:04
180 Kenneth Vanbilsen (Belgium) +26:14
183 Andreas Schillinger (Germany) +26:45
185 David Lopez Garcia (Spain) +27:29
189 Maxim Belkov (Russia) +31:37
191 Federico Zurlo (Italy) +33:33
132 Floris De Tier (Belgium)
134 Toms Skujins (Latvia)
138 Nicolas Dougall (South Africa)
139 Laurens De Vreese (Belgium)
142 Domen Novak (Slovenia)
146 Antonio Nibali (Italy)
147 Bert-jan Lindeman (Netherlands)
148 Lennard Hofstede (Netherlands)
152 Nico Denz (Germany)
153 Tom Van Asbroeck (Belgium)
154 Lasse Norman Hansen (Denmark)
157 Daniel Hoelgaard (Norway)
158 Rafael Reis (Portugal)
159 Juan Jose Lobato Del Valle (Spain)
160 Ivan Garcia Cortina (Spain)
162 Tim Declercq (Belgium)
164 Christopher Hamilton (Australia)
168 Jorge Arcas (Spain)
169 Lennard KÄmna (Germany)
171 Julien Duval (France)
172 Hector Saez Benito (Spain)
176 Tom Scully (New Zealand)
177 Youcef Reguigui (Algeria)
178 Michel Kreder (Netherlands)
179 Juan Sebastian Molano Benavides (Colombia)
180 Adam Blythe (Great Britain)
183 Peter Koning (Netherlands)
184 Aaron Gate (New Zealand)
188 Søren Kragh Andersen (Denmark)
191 Conor Dunne (Ireland)
193 Lorrenzo Manzin (France)
51 Fabricio Ferrari Barcelo (Uruguay)
185 Fernando Orjuela Gutierrez (Colombia)
14 Daniel Moreno (Spain)
26 Sam Oomen (Netherlands)
27 Nelson Oliveira (Portugal)
31 Lachlan Morton (Australia)
35 Hernan Ricardo Aguirre Caipa (Colombia)
41 Jetse Bol (Netherlands)
43 Gianni Moscon (Italy)
53 Merhawi Kudus (Eritrea)
56 Sergei Chernetski (Russia)
60 Enric Mas Nicolau (Spain)
61 Jimmy Turgis (France)
62 Richard Carapaz (Ecuador)
65 Bernardo Albeiro Suaza Arango (Colombia)
66 Ricardo Vilela (Portugal)
67 Luis Guillermo Mas Bonet (Spain)
71 Aldemar Reyes Ortega (Colombia)
78 Antonio Pedrero (Spain)
80 Marc Soler (Spain)
84 Juan Felipe Osorio Arboleda (Colombia)
87 Daan Olivier (Netherlands)
89 Hernando Bohorquez Sanchez (Colombia)
96 Jérémy Maison (France)
98 Nikita Stalnov (Kazakhstan)
108 William Clarke (Australia)
111 Brendan Canty (Australia)
112 Antwan Tolhoek (Netherlands)
114 Nicholas Schultz (Australia)
115 Mark Christian (Great Britain)
119 Kilian Frankiny (Switzerland)
121 Diego Rubio Hernandez (Spain)
122 Loïc Vliegen (Belgium)
123 Remy Mertz (Belgium)
124 Anthony Turgis (France)
125 Anthony Perez (France)
RANK RIDER STAGE POINTS OVERALL POINTS
1 Vincenzo Nibali 31
2 Yves Lampaert 25
3 Matteo Trentin 24
4 David De La Cruz Melgarejo 20
5 Chris Froome 18
6 Jhoan Esteban Chaves Rubio 17
7 Romain Bardet 14
8 Edward Theuns 14
9 Sacha Modolo 12
10 Fabio Aru 10
11 Michael Schwarzmann 10
12 Nicolas Roche 9
13 Daniel Oss 9
14 Tejay Van Garderen 8
15 Domenico Pozzovivo 7
16 Patrick Konrad 7
17 Michael Woods 6
18 Adam Yates 5
19 Mikel Nieve Iturralde 4
20 Diego Rosa 4
21 Simon Clarke 4
22 Marco Haller 4
23 Simon Yates 3
24 Louis Meintjes 1
25 Jhon Darwin Atapuma Hurtado 1
RANK RIDER STAGE POINTS OVERALL POINTS
1 Davide Villella 12
2 Alexandre Geniez 10
3 Thomas De Gendt 10
4 Chris Froome 5
5 Jhon Darwin Atapuma Hurtado 4
6 Jhoan Esteban Chaves Rubio 3
7 Nicolas Roche 3
8 Rui Alberto Faria Da Costa 2
9 Daniel Oss 2
10 Romain Bardet 1
11 Diego Rosa 1
12 Axel Domont 1
13 Francisco Jose Ventoso Alberdi 1
RANK RIDER STAGE TIME OVERALL TIME
Not Applicable
POSITION TEAM TIME