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Colom wins Mallorca, Ciolek takes final stage

Katusha’s Toni Colom gave his newly-formed team its first overall stage race victory of the season winning, the Mallorcan Trophy, a five-stage race which ended here Thursday, for the second time. German sprinter Gerald Ciolek (Milram) claimed victory in the fifth and final stage held over 147km between Magaluf and Palmanova. Katusha, Russian-funded and the newest addition to the pro cycling peloton, dominated the race almost from start to finish.

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By Agence France Presse

Ciolek takes the final sprint of the Mallorca Trophy.

Ciolek takes the final sprint of the Mallorca Trophy.

Photo: Agence France Presse

Katusha’s Toni Colom gave his newly-formed team its first overall stage race victory of the season winning, the Mallorcan Trophy, a five-stage race which ended here Thursday, for the second time.

German sprinter Gerald Ciolek (Milram) claimed victory in the fifth and final stage held over 147km between Magaluf and Palmanova.

Katusha, Russian-funded and the newest addition to the pro cycling peloton, dominated the race almost from start to finish.

Colom celebrates his team's first overall stage race win.

Colom celebrates his team’s first overall stage race win.

Photo: Agence France Presse

Sprinter Gert Steegmans, formerly of Quick Step, won the first stage and Australian teammate Robbie McEwen emulated the Belgian’s feat the next day.

Liquigas’s Daniele Bennati won the third stage but Colom took control of the race by winning the fourth stage which finished in his home town of Bunyola on Wednesday.

Colom won the race in 2004.

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Results

Mallorca Trophy – Stage 5


1. Gerald Ciolek (Ger), Milram, 4:03:32
2. Maxime Monfort (Bel), Columbia-Highroad
3. Marcel Sieberg (Ger), Columbia-Highroad
4. Leonardo Duque (Col), Cofidis
5. Pablo Lastras (Spa), Caisse d’Epargne

Final overall standings


1. Antonio Colom (Spa), Katusha, 19:11:14
2. Jérôme Pineau (Fra), Quick Step, at 0:35
3. Edvald Boasson Hagen (Nor), Columbia-Highroad, s.t.
4. Sylvain Chavanel (Fra), Quick Step, s.t.
5. Markus Fothen (Ger),, Milram, at 0:44