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Boy Van Poppel, 20, outsprints the field in Missouri’s capital city

Call it situational amnesia, call it intense athletic focus, call it an innate (perhaps genetic) animal instinct for winning bicycle races. Just don't expect a lot of details when you ask Rabobank's 20-year-old Boy Van Poppel how he won Friday's fifth stage of the Tour of Missouri. “People always ask how you do it and ... I forget. I always forget what I am doing because it goes very fast and I don't think. You don't think, you do it. If you think, maybe you don't win.”[nid:83124]

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By Steve Frothingham

2008 Tour of Missouri, Stage 5: Van Poppel and Van Stayen celebrate.

2008 Tour of Missouri, Stage 5: Van Poppel and Van Stayen celebrate.

Photo: Casey B. Gibson

Call it situational amnesia, call it intense athletic focus, call it an innate (perhaps genetic) animal instinct for winning bicycle races.

Just don’t expect a lot of details when you ask Rabobank’s 20-year-old Boy Van Poppel how he won Friday’s fifth stage of the Tour of Missouri. “People always ask how you do it and … I forget. I always forget what I am doing because it goes very fast and I don’t think. You don’t think, you do it. If you think, maybe you don’t win.”

2008 Tour of Missouri, Stage 5: Lacombe watches Van Poppel in the sprint.

2008 Tour of Missouri, Stage 5: Lacombe watches Van Poppel in the sprint.

Photo: Casey B. Gibson

In an uphill field sprint that capped a 109-mile trip across Missouri’s apparently endless supply of rolling hills, Van Poppel — a former junior world cyclocross champion and the son of 1980’s star cyclist Jean-Paul van Poppel — launched his sprint with 300 meters to go, finishing just ahead of teammate Michael Van Stayen and Kelly Benefit’s Keven Lacombe.

Pushed, he does remember a few tidbits.

“I remember I thought it was too early (to jump), and I was waiting for the guys behind me to come by, but they never came,” he said.

And he remembers the emotion of his first major professional road win, a win where Columbia’s sprint specialist Mark Cavendish could only manage fourth.

2008 Tour of Missouri, Stage 5: Cavendish pitches in to power the break.

2008 Tour of Missouri, Stage 5: Cavendish pitches in to power the break.

Photo: Casey B. Gibson

“It’s the best feeling ever, I think,” he said with a big grin.

Columbia’s many options

Before stage 5, one question was: what will Team Columbia do? Would they go on the attack again, as they did Thursday, to try to unseat Garmin’s Christian Vande Velde from the race lead? Or would the team — perhaps tired from Thursday’s relentless pace and now missing two riders to injuries — try to plant one of its top finishers in a breakaway and shoot for a stage win? Or, the team could revert to the sure bet, the plan that worked so well in the first and second stages: control the pace and set up a field sprint for Cavendish.

In the end, the U.S.-based team ended up doing a bit of all of the above.

For the first 15 miles, the team, along with Garmin, patrolled the front as smaller teams threw in attack after attack on the hills, which began immediately. Eventually a solid group of a dozen riders established a break. Columbia had a rider in it — none other than Cavendish.

2008 Tour of Missouri
Stage 5

109 miles/175.8km, from St. James to Jefferson City


Winner:Boy Van Poppel (Rabobank), 20, won the field sprint.
Winning time:3:48:42, for an average speed of 28.7 mph/46.1 kmh.
Leader:Christian Vande Velde, retained his overall lead of 18 seconds over Columbia’s Michael Rogers.
Points:Mark Cavendish won both the intermediate sprints and was fourth in the finish to retake the points jersey from Team Sparkasse’s Eric Baumann.
KOM:Although the 12-man break’s riders — led by Toyota-United’s Caleb Manion and Cris Wherry — took all the KOM points awarded Friday, Toyota’s Domique Rollin retained the lead in the climber’s competition.
Team GC:Columbia continues to lead, followed by BMC and Sparkasse. Garmin is fourth.
Best Young Rider:Liquigas’s Roman Kreuzinger, in seventh overall, leads the U23 competition.
Abandons:Jonathan Sundt (Kelly Benefits), who crashed Thursday, dropped out.

And as Cavendish pitched in to help establish a four-minute lead, the break suited almost everyone in the peloton. Most every team was represented, except Garmin, Jelly Belly, Bissell and Sparkasse. And Garmin saw no GC threats in the break – the best placed rider was BMC’s Darren Lill at almost 20 minutes behind Vande Velde.

“Today was the perfect combination for our team,” Vande Velde said after the race. “Luckily our team didn’t do a tenth of the work as (Thursday).”

Sparkasse and Jelly Belly, however, missed out. And although the teams gave the break free reign for the mid part of the race, allowing Garmin to keep the pace rolling steadily, they began to pitch in in the final miles, bringing the gap down to about one minute.

The break breaks up

With about 40 miles to do, Cavendish showed some weakness, slipping off the back of the break as it approached the day’s one KOM sprint. Although he quickly caught back, it signaled the beginning of the end for the break. As the gap came down to near two minutes, the Kelly Benefit’s David Veilleux and Lill knew it was time to split.

2008 Tour of Missouri, Stage 5: Veilleux, despite a sprained ankle, was the day's most aggresive rider.

2008 Tour of Missouri, Stage 5: Veilleux, despite a sprained ankle, was the day’s most aggresive rider.

Photo: Casey B. Gibson

Lill attacked first, and Veilleux joined him, followed by Toyota-United’s Chris Wherry and Rock Racing’s Michael Creed. The four worked together for about five miles before Lill and Veilleux attacked again, dropping the other two and speeding into the state capital to start two and a half three-mile finishing circuits.

By that point, however, the pack — Columbia in particular — was smelling a field sprint, and closed the gap to 15 seconds entering the circuits, catching the two before the tough finish hill in front of the state capital building.

In the final lap, Sebastien Haedo (Colavita) and Tony Cruz (BMC) took flyers, but Columbia shut them down, delivering the field to the sprint more or less intact. Van Poppel followed his team’s lead out up to the right and jumped a long way out. Cavendish, who spent nearly 80 miles in a break and is not known as an uphill sprinter, managed fourth.

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Results

Stage Results: | (GC Results)

1. Boy Van Poppel (NED) Rabobank in 3.48:42
2. Michael Van Stayen (BEL) Rabobank
3. Keven Lacombe (CAN) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast
4. Mark Cavendish (GBR) Team Columbia
5. Dominique Rollin (CAN) Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team
6. Andrew Pinfold (CAN) Symmetrics Cycling Team
7. Tyler Farrar (USA) Garmin/chipotle Presented By H3o
8. Danilo Wyss (SUI) Bmc Racing Team
9. Eric Baumann (GER) Team Sparkasse
10. Alejandro Borrajo (ARG) Colavita/sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light
11. Nicholas Sanderson (AUS) Jelly Belly Cycling Team
12. George Hincapie (USA) Team Columbia
13. Davide Frattini (ITA) Colavita/sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light
14. Antonio Cruz (USA) Bmc Racing Team
15. Luis Hernandez (MEX) Tecos De La Universidad Autonoma De Guadalaiara
16. Michael Rogers (AUS) Team Columbia
17. Roman Kreuziger (CZE) Liquigas
18. Hilton Clarke (AUS) Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team
19. Christian Vande Velde (USA) Garmin/chipotle Presented By H3o
20. Marcel Beima (NED) Rabobank
21. Rory Sutherland (AUS) Health Net Presented By Maxxis
22. Richard England (AUS) Bissell Pro Cycling
23. Jeffry Louder (USA) Bmc Racing Team
24. Tom Danielson (USA) Garmin/chipotle Presented By H3o in 3.48:47
25. Pablo Aranda Juan (MEX) Tecos De La Universidad Autonoma De Guadalaiara in 3.48:47
26. Francesco Chicchi (ITA) Liquigas in 3.48:47
27. Thomas Berkhout (NED) Rabobank in 3.48:47
28. Benjamin Day (AUS) Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team in 3.48:47
29. Matej Mugerli (SLO) Liquigas in 3.48:47
30. Dirk Muller (GER) Team Sparkasse in 3.48:47
31. John Murphy (USA) Health Net Presented By Maxxis in 3.48:47
32. Svein Tuft (CAN) Symmetrics Cycling Team in 3.48:47
33. Jeremiah Wiscovitch (USA) Rock Racing in 3.48:47
34. Andrew Bajadali (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast in 3.48:47
35. Michael Barry (CAN) Team Columbia in 3.48:47
36. Tim Johnson (USA) Health Net Presented By Maxxis in 3.48:47
37. Marco Pinotti (ITA) Team Columbia in 3.48:47
38. Kiel Reijnen (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team in 3.48:47
39. Anthony Colby (USA) Colavita/sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light in 3.48:47
40. Thomas Rabou (NED) Rabobank in 3.48:47
41. Eric Wohlberg (CAN) Symmetrics Cycling Team in 3.48:47
42. Jonathan Garcia (USA) Bmc Racing Team in 3.48:47
43. Mike Sayers (USA) Bmc Racing Team in 3.48:47
44. Carlos Oyarzun (CHI) Tecos De La Universidad Autonoma De Guadalaiara in 3.48:47
45. Martin Kohler (SUI) Bmc Racing Team in 3.48:47
46. Edward King (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling in 3.48:47
47. Richard Faltus (CZE) Team Sparkasse in 3.48:47
48. Andy Guptill (USA) Colavita/sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light in 3.48:47
49. Jacopo Guarnieri (ITA) Liquigas in 3.48:55
50. Cesar Grajales (COL) Rock Racing in 3.48:55
51. Amaran Romero Luis (CUB) Colavita/sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light in 3.48:55
52. Sergio Hernandez (USA) Rock Racing in 3.48:55
53. Jeremy Powers (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team in 3.48:55
54. Dan Bowman (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast in 3.48:55
55. Henk Vogels (AUS) Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team in 3.48:55
56. Brent Bookwalter (USA) Bmc Racing Team in 3.48:55
57. Bernardo Tepoz (MEX) Tecos De La Universidad Autonoma De Guadalaiara in 3.48:55
58. Kai Reus (NED) Rabobank in 3.48:55
59. Christopher Baldwin (USA) Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team in 3.48:55
60. Danny Pate (USA) Garmin/chipotle Presented By H3o in 3.48:55
61. Ryan Anderson (CAN) Symmetrics Cycling Team in 3.49:00
62. Roman Kilun (USA) Health Net Presented By Maxxis in 3.49:00
63. Justin Spinelli (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast in 3.49:00
64. Jonathan Mumford (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast in 3.49:00
65. Cameron Evans (CAN) Symmetrics Cycling Team in 3.49:00
66. Matthew Rice (AUS) Jelly Belly Cycling Team in 3.49:04
67. Omar Diaz (MEX) Tecos De La Universidad Autonoma De Guadalaiara in 3.49:04
68. Daniel Holloway (USA) Garmin/chipotle Presented By H3o in 3.49:04
69. Michael Creed (USA) Rock Racing in 3.49:07
70. Ivan Dominguez (CUB) Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team in 3.49:07
71. Andreas Schillinger (GER) Team Sparkasse in 3.49:10
72. Will Routley (CAN) Symmetrics Cycling Team in 3.49:10
73. Andrew Randell (CAN) Symmetrics Cycling Team in 3.49:10
74. Karl Menzies (AUS) Health Net Presented By Maxxis in 3.49:13
75. Chris Wherry (USA) Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team in 3.49:26
76. Darren Lill (RSA) Bmc Racing Team in 3.49:26
77. Alex Candelario (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast in 3.49:30
78. Brad Huff (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team in 3.49:34
79. Steven Kruijswijk (NED) Rabobank in 3.49:38
80. David Zabriskie (USA) Garmin/chipotle Presented By H3o in 3.49:38
81. Steven Cozza (USA) Garmin/chipotle Presented By H3o in 3.49:41
82. Tom Zirbel (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling in 3.49:41
83. Gustavo Artacho (ARG) Colavita/sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light in 3.49:45
84. Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) Liquigas in 3.49:48
85. Ben Jacques-maynes (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling in 3.49:50
86. Caleb Manion (AUS) Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team in 3.49:50
87. Frank Pipp (USA) Health Net Presented By Maxxis in 3.50:23
88. Garrett Peltonen (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling in 3.50:46
89. Jetse Bol (NED) Rabobank in 3.50:46
90. Bernhard Eisel (AUT) Team Columbia in 3.50:52
91. Lui Colunga (MEX) Tecos De La Universidad Autonoma De Guadalaiara in 3.50:52
92. Kyle Gritters (USA) Health Net Presented By Maxxis in 3.50:56
93. Sebastian Haedo Lucas (ARG) Colavita/sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light in 3.50:56
94. Omer Kem (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling in 3.50:56
95. Luca Damiani (ITA) Colavita/sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light in 3.51:29
96. Gianni Da Ros (ITA) Liquigas in 3.51:29
97. Kirk O’bee (USA) Health Net Presented By Maxxis in 3.52:44
98. Lars Wackernagel (GER) Team Sparkasse in 3.53:00
99. David Veilleux (CAN) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast in 3.53:58
100. Bernard Van Ulden (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team in 3.54:31
101. Darren Lapthorne (AUS) Team Sparkasse in 3.54:31
102. Rob Ruijgh (NED) Team Sparkasse in 3.55:42
103. Sebastian Frey (GER) Team Sparkasse in 3.55:42
104. Scott Zwizanski (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling in 3.55:42
105. Bryce Mead (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team in 3.58:10
106. Nick Reistad (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team in 3.58:10


GC Results: | (Stage Results)

1. Christian Vande Velde (USA) Garmin/chipotle Presented By H3o in 15.53:55
2. Michael Rogers (AUS) Team Columbia in 15.54:13
3. Svein Tuft (CAN) Symmetrics Cycling Team in 15.54:43 at 48
4. George Hincapie (USA) Team Columbia in 15.54:58 at 1:03
5. Tom Danielson (USA) Garmin/chipotle Presented By H3o in 15.55:27 at 1:32
6. Benjamin Day (AUS) Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team in 15.55:28 at 1:33
7. Roman Kreuziger (CZE) Liquigas in 15.55:49 at 1:54
8. Dominique Rollin (CAN) Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team in 15.56:37 at 2:42
9. Jeffry Louder (USA) Bmc Racing Team in 15.56:37 at 2:42
10. Michael Barry (CAN) Team Columbia in 15.56:42 at 2:47
11. Tom Zirbel (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling in 15.57:06 at 3:11
12. Dirk Muller (GER) Team Sparkasse in 15.57:13 at 3:18
13. Antonio Cruz (USA) Bmc Racing Team in 15.57:18 at 3:23
14. Danilo Wyss (SUI) Bmc Racing Team in 15.57:37 at 3:42
15. Marco Pinotti (ITA) Team Columbia in 15.58:03 at 4:08
16. Andrew Bajadali (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast in 15.58:35 at 4:40
17. Eric Baumann (GER) Team Sparkasse in 15.59:00 at 5:05
18. Richard Faltus (CZE) Team Sparkasse in 16.01:23 at 7:28
19. Tim Johnson (USA) Health Net Presented By Maxxis in 16.01:25 at 7:30
20. Andreas Schillinger (GER) Team Sparkasse in 16.01:25 at 7:30
21. Bernardo Tepoz (MEX) Tecos De La Universidad Autonoma De Guadalaiara in 16.04:25 at 10:30
22. Thomas Rabou (NED) Rabobank in 16.04:41 at 10:46
23. Omer Kem (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling in 16.08:18 at 14:23
24. Danny Pate (USA) Garmin/chipotle Presented By H3o in 16.13:23 at 19:28
25. Rory Sutherland (AUS) Health Net Presented By Maxxis in 16.13:30 at 19:35
26. Darren Lill (RSA) Bmc Racing Team in 16.13:48 at 19:53
27. Christopher Baldwin (USA) Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team in 16.14:00 at 20:05
28. David Zabriskie (USA) Garmin/chipotle Presented By H3o in 16.14:03 at 20:08
29. Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) Liquigas in 16.14:07 at 20:12
30. Brent Bookwalter (USA) Bmc Racing Team in 16.14:29 at 20:34
31. Jonathan Garcia (USA) Bmc Racing Team in 16.14:29 at 20:34
32. Amaran Romero Luis (CUB) Colavita/sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light in 16.14:35 at 20:40
33. Steven Cozza (USA) Garmin/chipotle Presented By H3o in 16.14:36 at 20:41
34. Martin Kohler (SUI) Bmc Racing Team in 16.14:49 at 20:54
35. Ben Jacques-maynes (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling in 16.14:59 at 21:04
36. Chris Wherry (USA) Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team in 16.15:03 at 21:08
37. Tyler Farrar (USA) Garmin/chipotle Presented By H3o in 16.15:09 at 21:14
38. Edward King (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling in 16.15:27 at 21:32
39. Mark Cavendish (GBR) Team Columbia in 16.15:29 at 21:34
40. Matej Mugerli (SLO) Liquigas in 16.15:40 at 21:45
41. Roman Kilun (USA) Health Net Presented By Maxxis in 16.15:43 at 21:48
42. Michael Creed (USA) Rock Racing in 16.15:50 at 21:55
43. Justin Spinelli (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast in 16.15:51 at 21:56
44. Eric Wohlberg (CAN) Symmetrics Cycling Team in 16.16:28 at 22:33
45. Anthony Colby (USA) Colavita/sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light in 16.16:30 at 22:35
46. Thomas Berkhout (NED) Rabobank in 16.16:31 at 22:36
47. Daniel Holloway (USA) Garmin/chipotle Presented By H3o in 16.16:34 at 22:39
48. Will Routley (CAN) Symmetrics Cycling Team in 16.16:35 at 22:40
49. John Murphy (USA) Health Net Presented By Maxxis in 16.16:40 at 22:45
50. Dan Bowman (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast in 16.16:47 at 22:52
51. Hilton Clarke (AUS) Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team in 16.16:55 at 23:00
52. Jeremy Powers (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team in 16.17:10 at 23:15
53. Francesco Chicchi (ITA) Liquigas in 16.17:16 at 23:21
54. Brad Huff (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team in 16.17:18 at 23:23
55. Marcel Beima (NED) Rabobank in 16.17:18 at 23:23
56. Karl Menzies (AUS) Health Net Presented By Maxxis in 16.17:19 at 23:24
57. Davide Frattini (ITA) Colavita/sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light in 16.17:20 at 23:25
58. Kiel Reijnen (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team in 16.17:21 at 23:26
59. Jacopo Guarnieri (ITA) Liquigas in 16.17:26 at 23:31
60. Carlos Oyarzun (CHI) Tecos De La Universidad Autonoma De Guadalaiara in 16.17:29 at 23:34
61. Cameron Evans (CAN) Symmetrics Cycling Team in 16.17:41 at 23:46
62. Kai Reus (NED) Rabobank in 16.17:41 at 23:46
63. Richard England (AUS) Bissell Pro Cycling in 16.17:44 at 23:49
64. Boy Van Poppel (NED) Rabobank in 16.17:45 at 23:50
65. Pablo Aranda Juan (MEX) Tecos De La Universidad Autonoma De Guadalaiara in 16.18:04 at 24:09
66. Matthew Rice (AUS) Jelly Belly Cycling Team in 16.18:15 at 24:20
67. Ryan Anderson (CAN) Symmetrics Cycling Team in 16.18:27 at 24:32
68. Nicholas Sanderson (AUS) Jelly Belly Cycling Team in 16.18:42 at 24:47
69. Michael Van Stayen (BEL) Rabobank in 16.18:49 at 24:54
70. Steven Kruijswijk (NED) Rabobank in 16.18:52 at 24:57
71. Garrett Peltonen (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling in 16.18:54 at 24:59
72. Cesar Grajales (COL) Rock Racing in 16.19:07 at 25:12
73. Alejandro Borrajo (ARG) Colavita/sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light in 16.19:14 at 25:19
74. Luis Hernandez (MEX) Tecos De La Universidad Autonoma De Guadalaiara in 16.19:20 at 25:25
75. Omar Diaz (MEX) Tecos De La Universidad Autonoma De Guadalaiara in 16.19:21 at 25:26
76. Caleb Manion (AUS) Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team in 16.19:23 at 25:28
77. Andrew Pinfold (CAN) Symmetrics Cycling Team in 16.19:36 at 25:41
78. Lui Colunga (MEX) Tecos De La Universidad Autonoma De Guadalaiara in 16.20:02 at 26:07
79. Gustavo Artacho (ARG) Colavita/sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light in 16.20:11 at 26:16
80. Andrew Randell (CAN) Symmetrics Cycling Team in 16.20:30 at 26:35
81. Jeremiah Wiscovitch (USA) Rock Racing in 16.20:44 at 26:49
82. Gianni Da Ros (ITA) Liquigas in 16.20:52 at 26:57
83. Jetse Bol (NED) Rabobank in 16.20:55 at 27:00
84. Bernard Van Ulden (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team in 16.20:55 at 27:00
85. Frank Pipp (USA) Health Net Presented By Maxxis in 16.21:01 at 27:06
86. Darren Lapthorne (AUS) Team Sparkasse in 16.21:18 at 27:23
87. Andy Guptill (USA) Colavita/sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light in 16.21:28 at 27:33
88. Henk Vogels (AUS) Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team in 16.21:45 at 27:50
89. Mike Sayers (USA) Bmc Racing Team in 16.21:47 at 27:52
90. Ivan Dominguez (CUB) Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team in 16.22:01 at 28:06
91. Scott Zwizanski (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling in 16.22:04 at 28:09
92. Kirk O’bee (USA) Health Net Presented By Maxxis in 16.22:10 at 28:15
93. Jonathan Mumford (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast in 16.22:39 at 28:44
94. Alex Candelario (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast in 16.22:44 at 28:49
95. Rob Ruijgh (NED) Team Sparkasse in 16.22:50 at 28:55
96. Lars Wackernagel (GER) Team Sparkasse in 16.24:01 at 30:06
97. Kyle Gritters (USA) Health Net Presented By Maxxis in 16.24:38 at 30:43
98. Luca Damiani (ITA) Colavita/sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light in 16.25:22 at 31:27
99. Bernhard Eisel (AUT) Team Columbia in 16.25:29 at 31:34
100. David Veilleux (CAN) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast in 16.27:07 at 33:12
101. Bryce Mead (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team in 16.27:11 at 33:16
102. Sebastian Frey (GER) Team Sparkasse in 16.28:35 at 34:40
103. Nick Reistad (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling Team in 16.28:57 at 35:02
104. Sergio Hernandez (USA) Rock Racing in 16.31:38 at 37:43
105. Sebastian Haedo Lucas (ARG) Colavita/sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light in 16.33:21 at 39:26
106. Keven Lacombe (CAN) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast in 16.39:04 at 45:09
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