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Zwizanski claims Beauce crown as Sulzberger wins finale

Scott Zwizanski (Kelly Benefit Strategies) won the Tour de Beauce on Sunday as Bernard Sulzberger (Fly V Australia) collected the final stage win in the St. Georges circuit race. The 130km race consisted of 12 loops of 10.8km with a climb on each lap just before the finish line. Breakaways coalesced and faded under the watchful eye of Zwizanski’s Kelly Benefits squad until the eighth lap, when a dangerous nine-man move containing the Colombian National Team’s Sergio Luis Henao and Darwin Artapuma — second and third on GC, respectively — went clear.

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Scott Zwizanski (Kelly Benefit Strategies) won the Tour de Beauce on Sunday as Bernard Sulzberger (Fly V Australia) collected the final stage win in the St. Georges circuit race.

The 130km race consisted of 12 loops of 10.8km with a climb on each lap just before the finish line.

Breakaways coalesced and faded under the watchful eye of Zwizanski’s Kelly Benefits squad until the eighth lap, when a dangerous nine-man move containing the Colombian National Team’s Sergio Luis Henao and Darwin Artapuma — second and third on GC, respectively — went clear.

With the leader’s jersey in peril, the entire Kelly Benefits squad went quickly to work and retrieved the escapees with three laps to race.

A series of breakaway bids followed the catch, to no avail. Then, just before the final climb, Bjorn Selander (Trek-Livestrong) and Sulzberger (Fly V Australia) attacked and took a 10-second lead into the ascent.

Sulzberger proved the stronger of the two on the day, with Danilo Wyss (BMC) third. Meanwhile, Zwizanski hung on to collect the final leader’s jersey by 51 seconds over Henao with Atapuma third at 1:14.

Results

Stage results: | (GC standings)
1. Bernard Sulzberger, Fly V Australia, 130km in 3:11:42 (40.6km/h)
2. Bjorn Selanler, Trek-Livestrong, at 0:02
3. Danilo Wyss, BMC Racing Team, at 0:11
4. Charles Dionne, Fly V Australia, at 0:11
5. Benjamin Day, Fly V Australia, at 0:11
6. Caleb Fairly, Felt-Holowesko Partners, at 0:15
7. Peter Stetina, Felt-Holowesko Partners, at 0:15
8. Derrick St-John, Garneau-Club Chaussure, at 0:17
9. Steve Bovay, BMC Racing Team, at 0:17
10. Sergio Luis Henao, Colombian National, at 0:17
11. Darren Lill, Team Type 1, at 0:17
12. Scott Zwizanski, Kelly Benefit Strategies, at 0:17
13. Darwin Atapuma, Colombian National, at 0:19
14. Christopher Jones, Team Type 1, at 0:19
15. Neil Shirley, Kelly Benefit Strategies, at 0:19
16. Jackson Stewart, BMC Racing Team, at 0:30
17. Ryan Roth, Planet Energy, at 0:37
18. Otavio Bougarelli, Garneau-Club Chaussure, at 0:44
19. Ian Macgregor, Team Type 1, at 0:53
20. Chad Beyer, BMC Racing Team, at 1:10
21. Darren Lapthorne, Rapha Condor, at 1:27
22. Ben Greenwood, Rapha Condor, at 1:27
23. Dan Craven, Rapha Condor, at 1:27
24. Cameron Evans, Canadian National, at 1:27
25. Alex Howes, Felt-Holowesko, at 1:45
26. San Bewley, Trek-Livestrong, at 1:54
27. Antonio Cruz, BMC Racing Team, at 2:30
28. Benjamin King, Trek-Livestrong, at 2:59
29. Mathew Cronshaw, Rapha Condor, at 3:04
30. Hayden Brooks, Fly V Australia, at 10:28
31. Raymond Kreder, Felt-Holowesko, at 16:48
32. James Moss, Kuk-Kinesi, at 18:50
33. Matthew Bell, Canadian National, at 19:06
34. Aroussen Laflamme, Garneau-Club Chaussure, at 19:27
35. Ryan Baumann, Trek Livestrong, at 19:27
36. Camilo Suarez, Colombian National, at 19:27
37. Raphaël Gagné, Équipe Québec, at 19:27

Final GC standings | ( Stage results)
1. Scott Zwizanski, Kelly Benefit Strategies 18:32:38
2. Sergio Luis Henao, Colombian National, at 0:51
3. Darwin Atapuma, Colombian National, at 1:14
4. Christopher Jones, Team Type 1, at 1:58
5. Bjorn Selander, Trek-Livestrong, at 2:22
6. Darren Lill, Team Type 1, at 2:29
7. Bernard Sulzberger, Fly V Australia, at 2:50
8. Benjamin Day, Fly V Australia, at 2:53
9. Steve Bovay, BMC Racing Team, at 3:23
10. Derrick St-John, Garneau-Club Chaussure, at 3:30
11. Danilo Wyss, BMC Racing Team, at 3:49
12. Otavio Bougarelli, Garneau-Club Chaussure, at 5:00
13. Neil Shirley, Kelly Benefit Strategies, at 5:20
14. Ryan Croth, Planet Energy, at 5:53
15. Cameron Evans, Canadian National, at 6:57
16. Ian Macgregor, Team Type 1, at 7:24
17. Caleb Fairly, Felt-Holowesko, at 7:32
18. Chad Beyer, BMC Racing Team, at 8:51
19. Peter Stetina, Felt-Holowesko, at 10:20
20. Charles Dionne, Fly V Australia, at 10:35
21. Jackson Stewart, BMC Racing Team, at 14:02
22. Benjamin King, Trek-Livestrong, at 14:25
23. Ben Greenwood, Rapha Condor, at 15:31
24. Darren Lapthorne, Rapha Condor, at 16:11
25. Dan Craven, Rapha Condor, at 17:22
26. Antonio Cruz, BMC Racing Team, at 20:12
27. Alex Howes, Felt-Holowesko, at 25:35
28. San Bewley, Trek-Livestrong, at 37:33
29. Matthew Bell, Canadian National, at 38:12
30. James Moss, Kuk-Kinesis, at 42:48
31. Raphaël Gagné, Équipe Québec, at 45:40
32. Mathew Cronshaw, Rapha Condor, at 45:41
33. Hayden Brooks, Fly V Australia, at 58:02
34. Aroussen Laflamme, Garneau-Club Chaussure, at 58:05
35. Camilo Suarez, Colombian National, at 58:56
36. Ryan Baumann, Trek-Livestrong, at 1:12:02
37. Raymond Kreder, Felt-Holowesko, at 1:19:12