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Just days before the presentation of the 2019 Tour de France route, Tom Dumoulin has hinted he will put the yellow jersey at the center of his season next year.
The Sunweb star is waiting to see what the Tour organization comes up with on the October 25 presentation in Paris. All indications are that Dumoulin will target the yellow jersey as his primary goal next year.
“We haven’t made the final decision, but I would like to go to the Tour to win,” Dumoulin said in an interview with NOS. “I would not consider my career a failure if I do not win, but obviously I have been close, and I want to try again the next few years.”
Dumoulin, 28, was runner-up at the Giro d’Italia and Tour. He was also second in the world time trial race and fourth in the road race. It was a tremendous season without a major win, but Dumoulin said he has no regrets.
“No mistakes, no regrets,” Dumoulin added. “Froome and Thomas were stronger than me. The simple truth is that there was always someone a bit stronger than me.”
Dumoulin has the complete package to race and win grand tours. Arguably among the best time trialists in the world, he can climb with the elite of the peloton. Only a pure climber can drop Dumoulin on the steepest climbs.
Looking back at 2018, Dumoulin said he sensed that Froome was on the comeback after the Sky captain won the stage at Zoncolan. Froome later attacked over the Colle delle Finestre to bounce into the lead in what was the season’s biggest coup.
“When Froome won at Zoncolan, I never said it, but I knew it that Froome was back,” Dumoulin said. “Of course, it’s easy to say that I should not have waited [on Finestre] but based on what was happening in the moment, it was the best decision at the time. I had not planned on riding solo for 75km.”
Dumoulin has emerged as the most consistent and dangerous rival to Team Sky and Froome at the Tour. He won the 2017 Giro and surprised many by returning to the Italian grand tour instead of focusing solely on the Tour this season. He said the Giro-Tour double is unlikely in 2019 and admitted that he needs to focus on one goal rather than target everything.
“At the worlds, I noted that I had lost my explosiveness,” he said. “If I want to compete in one-day races, I need to change my training a bit.”
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Welcome to The Dirt, the weekly news round-up on what is happening in the worlds of gravel, mountain biking, and all things rough and dirty.
Back in June, Catharine Pendrel (Clif Bar) broke her left humerus in what seemed like an innocuous crash. This left the Olympic medalist off the bike for an extended period in the heart of the race season.
She returned to the World Cup in August and also raced world championships in Switzerland, where she was 14th. But she wanted to get in a bit more racing, so she continued on to the Swiss Epic stage race, which she won overall with fellow Canadian Haley Smith. Then, she came out for the final race of the Epic Rides Series in Bentonville, Arkansas. She nearly won that rainy 50-miler, only to be beaten in the very end by Erin Huck.
I caught up with two-time world champion at the Oz Trails Off-Road earlier this month to hear about how she has coped with injury this season.VeloNews: Was that the worst injury of your career?
Catharine Pendrel: For sure. I broke two collarbones and a thumb, but this one was definitely the most severe. When I saw the X-rays, my heart dropped a little bit.VN: I’m sure that reset everything for your season.
CP: Yeah for sure. I wasn’t super happy with the start of my season. But you come back from mediocre races and you recharge and you’re still motivated, and then it’s a week later — boom. I was optimistic at first and then the doctors were like, ‘Maybe you’ll be back for September.’ Luckily I beat that by quite a bit. I was back after 10 weeks. It was a slow process. I lost more than I desired in fitness. But I still think it was a good year. I ended it with good sensations even if the results didn’t always show. I’m happy with my form and it left me positive, motivated for next year.VN: Is it still affecting you while you ride?
CP: No, not at all.
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CP: I moved into top-10, flatted with a lap and a half to go, and that was a bummer. Sometimes you can’t get the legs to come back after that. I felt really good until then. I’m happy with how I felt; the results will come eventually.VN: Is it weird to be back in that part of the field being a multi-time world champion?
CP: It is. It’s really mentally challenging because mentally I’m still always riding for a top-five and you have to still keep that intensity for the fight even if it’s a different surrounding. There’s so many races where I look around and I’m in 14th or 15th and all four riders with me have rainbow stripes on too. You just see how it’s rare to stay on top for as long as I have. If I have to have a little low and come back, it’s OK.VN: To stay mentally strong, do you have a mantra or something?
CP: A lot of the work definitely has to happen before the race because you can’t be in there and have any doubt or second-guessing your desire. I just say clear mind, not thinking of anything negative, you try to think of things that are positive and exciting that keep you fighting forward.VN: Is the injury part of why you came out for this race so late in the season?
CP: Yeah definitely, the injury, taking two and a half months off racing in the middle of summer, made me want to do it. Clif Team, we’re going to change our focus to a heavier emphasis on domestic stuff. I haven’t been to an Epic Ride since 2009. In the middle of the season being in Canada it doesn’t always work out to get here. This one was just to check it out, I’ve heard good things about the trails, and get excited to do more of these things next year.VN: You expect you’re going to move away from World Cup racing?
CP: Eventually. [laughs] With world championships in Canada that is still big on my radar I want to be the top three points earners for Canada for Olympics. There’s potential to earn three start spots for 2020. So there’s a lot of things that are really motivating to stay in the highest level, at the World Cup level. It could be that I sit out a World Cup or two but I will be at the majority of them, and I hope to be a contender.
Huck wins, Woodruff third in Greek stage race
Erin Huck won the three-day Attika stage race ahead of Annie Terpstra and fellow American Chloe Woodruff. Photo courtesy Team USAFresh off her win at the Oz Trails Off-Road, Erin Huck jetted to Greece with Team USA to chase UCI points at the Attika stage race. And she came away with an overall win after attacking early on the final stage of the three-day race to scoop up the 11 seconds needed for victory. Her compatriot Chloe Woodruff was third behind Annie Terpstra.
The two Americans will remain in Greece for a second Attika stage race October 19-21.
New venue for Red Bull Rampage
The world’s gnarliest freeride competition returns to the Utah desert on October 26, but this year, Red Bull Rampage will be held at an entirely new venue. According to organizers, this will afford an additional 150 feet of vertical and will feature steeper, more technical terrain. I’m not entirely sure how it is possible to send mountain bikers down terrain that’s more extreme than the old venue. Tune in on at 9 a.m. Pacific time Friday next week to see it for yourselves!Got some news you’d like to share in The Dirt? I’d love to hear from you. Please email me your news and updates on all things gravel and mountain biking.
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No, it’s not a typo. Andrea Tafi, a winner of three of cycling’s five monuments, says he’s thinking about returning to racing 20 years after he won Paris-Roubaix. He would be 52.
The Italian, who raced from 1988 to 2005, told La Gazzetta dello Sport he’s considering a comeback in order to race the Hell of the North on the 20th anniversary of his 1999 victory.
“This crazy idea came to me; to come back and race Paris-Roubaix again,” Tafi told the Italian sports daily. “Twenty years after winning it. An impossible dream? Maybe, but I want to try.”
Tafi raced Roubaix 13 times, winning once and notching two other podiums. After retiring in 2005, Tafi opened a cycling tour lodge in his native Tuscany.
With his age well into the master’s category, Tafi wants to defy convention and try to convince a cycling team to hire him on. Would a WorldTour team or one of the invited squads want to risk one of their precious seven starting spots to a rider who hasn’t raced in nearly 15 years?
“I have to find someone to hire me,” Tafi said. “I cannot, then maybe we can ride the ‘gran fondo’ amateur event. I raced this summer in some events surrounded by young people and I was holding the pace. Someone said, ‘Why don’t you return to race Roubaix?’”
Tafi said he’s been in contact with second-tier teams but has not reached out to WorldTour-level teams. He also confirmed he’s been in contact with the UCI about reactivating his license and being available for anti-doping controls required six months before a return to competition.
Nicknamed the “Gladiator,” Tafi was part of the Mapei super-team in the late 1990s and was among the top stars of the Italian generation that dominated the northern classics in the 1990s. Tafi was also among 18 riders who tested positive for EPO during the 1998 Tour de France in retroactive controls carried out in 2004.
Tafi said he rides up to 18,000km per year and still fits into his racing jersey he wore 20 years ago.
“I don’t want this to be a circus,” he said. “If I would do this, I would dedicate myself 110 percent. The idea to race Roubaix. I would do everything to the minute detail. I don’t want to look ridiculous in front of the whole world. Patience, calm, serene — but let me dream. Let me taste this impossible mission.”
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Fabio Jakobsen snagged the 72nd season victory for Quick-Step Floors at the Tour of Guangxi on Thursday.
Jakobsen won stage 3 of the six-day race in a sprint thanks to a well-timed move off his competitors’ wheels at the end of the 125-kilometer route. Pascal Ackermann (Bora-Hansgrohe) and Max Walscheid (Team Sunweb) placed second and third.
“It was again tense today, but it’s always like that in a mass sprint. The team put their faith in me and I trusted them,” Jakobsen said. “On the previous stages I made some mistakes, as I was a bit too nervous and eager, but today I remained calm and followed [Davide] Martinelli, who did a great job. I am very happy with this victory, my second in the WorldTour, and I want to thank my teammates for all they’ve done for me.”
The win put Jakobsen into the overall lead, as he now holds a 4-second advantage over Ackermann and a 6-second edge over Dylan Groenewegen (LottoNL-Jumbo).
This is the 22-year-old Jakobsen’s first year in the WorldTour, and he has made it count with six victories — four stage wins and triumphs at Scheldeprijs and Nokere Koerse.
“It’s been a truly fantastic season, one that will be remembered years from now,” he said. “Everybody worked really hard since last winter, we were always focused and committed on giving everything and making the most out of every opportunity regardless of the race. This massive haul of wins comes as confirmation of the amazing job we’ve done as a team, as a family.”
The Tour of Guangxi resumes Friday with stage 4, a 152km route from Nanning to Nongla.
Gree-Tour of Guangxi Stage 3 ResultsStage
RankNameTeamTime1JAKOBSEN FabioQuick-Step Floors2:43:542ACKERMANN PascalBORA - hansgrohe,,3WALSCHEID MaxTeam Sunweb ,,4GROENEWEGEN DylanTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,5DÉMARE ArnaudGroupama - FDJ,,6MINALI RiccardoAstana Pro Team,,7WOUTERS EnzoLotto Soudal,,8MEZGEC LukaMitchelton-Scott,,9VENTURINI ClémentAG2R La Mondiale,,10KLUGE RogerMitchelton-Scott,,11BIERMANS JentheTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,12HOULE HugoAstana Pro Team,,13MIRZA YousifUAE-Team Emirates,,14ARASHIRO YukiyaBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,15BARBERO CarlosMovistar Team,,16TROIA OlivieroUAE-Team Emirates,,17NAESEN LawrenceLotto Soudal,,18MCLAY DanielTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,19VUILLERMOZ AlexisAG2R La Mondiale,,20FENG Chun KaiBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,21BERNARD JulienTrek - Segafredo,,22TRENTIN MatteoMitchelton-Scott,,23MULLEN RyanTrek - Segafredo,,24SELIG RüdigerBORA - hansgrohe,,25VAN DEN BERG JuliusTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,26POLANC JanUAE-Team Emirates,,27MAGNUSSON KimTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,28JANSE VAN RENSBURG ReinardtTeam Dimension Data,,29BERHANE NatnaelTeam Dimension Data,,30DE VREESE LaurensAstana Pro Team,,31BASSO LeonardoTeam Sky,,32STUYVEN JasperTrek - Segafredo,,33SEIGLE RomainGroupama - FDJ,,34CHERNETSKI SergeiAstana Pro Team,,35SÜTTERLIN JashaMovistar Team,,36KRAGH ANDERSEN SørenTeam Sunweb ,,37DUVAL JulienAG2R La Mondiale,,38SIVAKOV PavelTeam Sky,,39PERNSTEINER HermannBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,40DLAMINI NicTeam Dimension Data,,41DILLIER SilvanAG2R La Mondiale,,42ROELANDTS JürgenBMC Racing Team,,43ARCAS JorgeMovistar Team,,44CAVAGNA RémiQuick-Step Floors,,45KUSS SeppTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,46MOSCON GianniTeam Sky,,47FERNÁNDEZ RubénMovistar Team,,48QUINTANA DayerMovistar Team,,49MERTZ RémyLotto Soudal,,50DOULL OwainTeam Sky,,51KUZNETSOV VyacheslavTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,52DEVENYNS DriesQuick-Step Floors,,53GRIVKO AndreyAstana Pro Team,,54BRAMBILLA GianlucaTrek - Segafredo,,55HAMILTON LucasMitchelton-Scott,,56DUNBAR EddieTeam Sky,,57GILBERT PhilippeQuick-Step Floors,,58KÜNG StefanBMC Racing Team,,59FRAME AlexTrek - Segafredo,,60DOWSETT AlexTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,61VANMARCKE SepTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,62HALLER MarcoTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,63ARMÉE SanderLotto Soudal,,64GROßSCHARTNER FelixBORA - hansgrohe,,65EISEL BernhardTeam Dimension Data,,66SCHACHMANN MaximilianQuick-Step Floors,,67THOMSON Jay RobertTeam Dimension Data,,68GONÇALVES JoséTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,69WANG MeiyinBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,70TUSVELD MartijnTeam Sunweb ,,71SWIFT BenUAE-Team Emirates,,72BOARO ManueleBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,73VANDENBERGH StijnAG2R La Mondiale,,74VAN HOECKE GijsTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,75VAN HOOYDONCK NathanBMC Racing Team,,76SÁNCHEZ Luis LeónAstana Pro Team,,77DIBBEN JonathanTeam Sky,,78VILLELLA DavideAstana Pro Team,,79PARET-PEINTRE AurélienAG2R La Mondiale,,80VAN DER SANDE ToshLotto Soudal,,81MARTIN TonyTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,82DEBESAY MeksebTeam Dimension Data,,83DOUGALL NicTeam Dimension Data,,84SCHILLINGER AndreasBORA - hansgrohe,,85VERONA CarlosMitchelton-Scott,,86KENNAUGH PeterBORA - hansgrohe,,87ROOSEN TimoTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,88VISCONTI GiovanniBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,89RAST GrégoryTrek - Segafredo,,90VANHOUCKE HarmLotto Soudal,,91BAŠKA ErikBORA - hansgrohe,,92POWLESS NeilsonTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,93MARTINELLI DavideQuick-Step Floors,,94RIABUSHENKO AlexandrUAE-Team Emirates,,95URÁN RigobertoTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,96CARTHY HughTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,97PLANCKAERT BaptisteTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,98BETANCUR CarlosMovistar Team,,99AGNOLI ValerioBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,100HANSEN AdamLotto Soudal,,101ARMIRAIL BrunoGroupama - FDJ,,102ANACONA WinnerMovistar Team,,103CLARKE WillTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,104DANIEL GregoryTrek - Segafredo,,105MEYER CameronMitchelton-Scott,,106EENKHOORN PascalTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,107GESCHKE SimonTeam Sunweb ,,108HOFSTEDE LennardTeam Sunweb ,,109LÓPEZ DavidTeam Sky,,110ARU FabioUAE-Team Emirates,,111SCHÄR MichaelBMC Racing Team,,112SCOTSON MilesBMC Racing Team,,113DOMONT AxelAG2R La Mondiale,,114DELAGE MickaëlGroupama - FDJ,,115KÄMNA LennardTeam Sunweb ,,116BONO MatteoUAE-Team Emirates,,117SINKELDAM RamonGroupama - FDJ,,118BEWLEY SamMitchelton-Scott,,119JANSEN Amund GrøndahlTeam LottoNL-Jumbo0:24120SCHWARZMANN MichaelBORA - hansgrohe,,121HAGA ChadTeam Sunweb 1:07122LE GAC OlivierGroupama - FDJ,,RankNameTeamTime1JAKOBSEN FabioQuick-Step Floors8:24:172ACKERMANN PascalBORA - hansgrohe0:043GROENEWEGEN DylanTeam LottoNL-Jumbo0:064WALSCHEID MaxTeam Sunweb 0:105DILLIER SilvanAG2R La Mondiale0:126GRIVKO AndreyAstana Pro Team,,7CAVAGNA RémiQuick-Step Floors,,8DOWSETT AlexTeam Katusha - Alpecin0:149DOULL OwainTeam Sky0:1510SÜTTERLIN JashaMovistar Team0:1711HALLER MarcoTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,12BOARO ManueleBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team0:1813VAN HOOYDONCK NathanBMC Racing Team,,14THOMSON Jay RobertTeam Dimension Data0:1915DÉMARE ArnaudGroupama - FDJ0:2016VENTURINI ClémentAG2R La Mondiale,,17WOUTERS EnzoLotto Soudal,,18MINALI RiccardoAstana Pro Team,,19TRENTIN MatteoMitchelton-Scott,,20BIERMANS JentheTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,21JANSE VAN RENSBURG ReinardtTeam Dimension Data,,22VUILLERMOZ AlexisAG2R La Mondiale,,23STUYVEN JasperTrek - Segafredo,,24MCLAY DanielTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,25MEZGEC LukaMitchelton-Scott,,26BARBERO CarlosMovistar Team,,27ARASHIRO YukiyaBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,28ROELANDTS JürgenBMC Racing Team,,29DUVAL JulienAG2R La Mondiale,,30BERHANE NatnaelTeam Dimension Data,,31BASSO LeonardoTeam Sky,,32NAESEN LawrenceLotto Soudal,,33KUZNETSOV VyacheslavTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,34FENG Chun KaiBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,35BERNARD JulienTrek - Segafredo,,36POLANC JanUAE-Team Emirates,,37SELIG RüdigerBORA - hansgrohe,,38DE VREESE LaurensAstana Pro Team,,39BRAMBILLA GianlucaTrek - Segafredo,,40MOSCON GianniTeam Sky,,41CHERNETSKI SergeiAstana Pro Team,,42SEIGLE RomainGroupama - FDJ,,43QUINTANA DayerMovistar Team,,44KRAGH ANDERSEN SørenTeam Sunweb ,,45HOULE HugoAstana Pro Team,,46SIVAKOV PavelTeam Sky,,47ARCAS JorgeMovistar Team,,48HAMILTON LucasMitchelton-Scott,,49KÜNG StefanBMC Racing Team,,50DUNBAR EddieTeam Sky,,51SCHACHMANN MaximilianQuick-Step Floors,,52GROßSCHARTNER FelixBORA - hansgrohe,,53FERNÁNDEZ RubénMovistar Team,,54PERNSTEINER HermannBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,55GILBERT PhilippeQuick-Step Floors,,56MAGNUSSON KimTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,57DEVENYNS DriesQuick-Step Floors,,58DLAMINI NicTeam Dimension Data,,59VAN DER SANDE ToshLotto Soudal,,60RIABUSHENKO AlexandrUAE-Team Emirates,,61ARMÉE SanderLotto Soudal,,62MULLEN RyanTrek - Segafredo,,63SINKELDAM RamonGroupama - FDJ,,64MERTZ RémyLotto Soudal,,65GONÇALVES JoséTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,66SÁNCHEZ Luis LeónAstana Pro Team,,67SCHILLINGER AndreasBORA - hansgrohe,,68KUSS SeppTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,69SWIFT BenUAE-Team Emirates,,70WANG MeiyinBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,71TUSVELD MartijnTeam Sunweb ,,72VILLELLA DavideAstana Pro Team,,73MARTIN TonyTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,74VANDENBERGH StijnAG2R La Mondiale,,75PARET-PEINTRE AurélienAG2R La Mondiale,,76VISCONTI GiovanniBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,77VAN HOECKE GijsTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,78CARTHY HughTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,79KENNAUGH PeterBORA - hansgrohe,,80DOMONT AxelAG2R La Mondiale,,81URÁN RigobertoTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,82ARU FabioUAE-Team Emirates,,83VERONA CarlosMitchelton-Scott,,84AGNOLI ValerioBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,85ROOSEN TimoTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,86HANSEN AdamLotto Soudal,,87ANACONA WinnerMovistar Team,,88VANHOUCKE HarmLotto Soudal,,89POWLESS NeilsonTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,90GESCHKE SimonTeam Sunweb ,,91MEYER CameronMitchelton-Scott,,92MARTINELLI DavideQuick-Step Floors,,93BETANCUR CarlosMovistar Team,,94DEBESAY MeksebTeam Dimension Data,,95LÓPEZ DavidTeam Sky,,96DANIEL GregoryTrek - Segafredo,,97HOFSTEDE LennardTeam Sunweb ,,98SCOTSON MilesBMC Racing Team,,99BONO MatteoUAE-Team Emirates,,100SCHÄR MichaelBMC Racing Team,,101KÄMNA LennardTeam Sunweb ,,102KLUGE RogerMitchelton-Scott0:36103RAST GrégoryTrek - Segafredo,,104FRAME AlexTrek - Segafredo0:39105VAN DEN BERG JuliusTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale0:40106EISEL BernhardTeam Dimension Data,,107SCHWARZMANN MichaelBORA - hansgrohe0:44108BAŠKA ErikBORA - hansgrohe0:46109DOUGALL NicTeam Dimension Data0:48110PLANCKAERT BaptisteTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,111TROIA OlivieroUAE-Team Emirates0:49112DELAGE MickaëlGroupama - FDJ1:01113VANMARCKE SepTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale1:18114BEWLEY SamMitchelton-Scott1:24115HAGA ChadTeam Sunweb 1:27116JANSEN Amund GrøndahlTeam LottoNL-Jumbo1:30117CLARKE WillTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale1:33118MIRZA YousifUAE-Team Emirates1:59119ARMIRAIL BrunoGroupama - FDJ2:01120LE GAC OlivierGroupama - FDJ2:09121EENKHOORN PascalTeam LottoNL-Jumbo3:37122DIBBEN JonathanTeam Sky6:51RankNameTeamPoints1JAKOBSEN FabioQuick-Step Floors332ACKERMANN PascalBORA - hansgrohe323GROENEWEGEN DylanTeam LottoNL-Jumbo304WALSCHEID MaxTeam Sunweb 235DILLIER SilvanAG2R La Mondiale166CAVAGNA RémiQuick-Step Floors167GRIVKO AndreyAstana Pro Team168DOWSETT AlexTeam Katusha - Alpecin129DOULL OwainTeam Sky1010DÉMARE ArnaudGroupama - FDJ1011TRENTIN MatteoMitchelton-Scott1012VENTURINI ClémentAG2R La Mondiale913WOUTERS EnzoLotto Soudal814NAESEN LawrenceLotto Soudal715SÜTTERLIN JashaMovistar Team616HALLER MarcoTeam Katusha - Alpecin617MINALI RiccardoAstana Pro Team518JANSE VAN RENSBURG ReinardtTeam Dimension Data519BOARO ManueleBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team420VAN HOOYDONCK NathanBMC Racing Team421MIRZA YousifUAE-Team Emirates422BIERMANS JentheTeam Katusha - Alpecin323STUYVEN JasperTrek - Segafredo324MEZGEC LukaMitchelton-Scott325THOMSON Jay RobertTeam Dimension Data226MCLAY DanielTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale127KLUGE RogerMitchelton-Scott1RankNameTeamPoints1DILLIER SilvanAG2R La Mondiale32KENNAUGH PeterBORA - hansgrohe33MIRZA YousifUAE-Team Emirates24MOSCON GianniTeam Sky25SÜTTERLIN JashaMovistar Team16GRIVKO AndreyAstana Pro Team1RankNameTeamTime1JAKOBSEN FabioQuick-Step Floors8:24:172ACKERMANN PascalBORA - hansgrohe0:043GROENEWEGEN DylanTeam LottoNL-Jumbo0:064WALSCHEID MaxTeam Sunweb 0:105CAVAGNA RémiQuick-Step Floors0:126DOULL OwainTeam Sky0:157VAN HOOYDONCK NathanBMC Racing Team0:188VENTURINI ClémentAG2R La Mondiale0:209WOUTERS EnzoLotto Soudal,,10MINALI RiccardoAstana Pro Team,,11BIERMANS JentheTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,12BASSO LeonardoTeam Sky,,13MOSCON GianniTeam Sky,,14SEIGLE RomainGroupama - FDJ,,15KRAGH ANDERSEN SørenTeam Sunweb ,,16SIVAKOV PavelTeam Sky,,17HAMILTON LucasMitchelton-Scott,,18KÜNG StefanBMC Racing Team,,19DUNBAR EddieTeam Sky,,20SCHACHMANN MaximilianQuick-Step Floors,,21GROßSCHARTNER FelixBORA - hansgrohe,,22DLAMINI NicTeam Dimension Data,,23RIABUSHENKO AlexandrUAE-Team Emirates,,24MULLEN RyanTrek - Segafredo,,25MERTZ RémyLotto Soudal,,26KUSS SeppTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,27TUSVELD MartijnTeam Sunweb ,,28PARET-PEINTRE AurélienAG2R La Mondiale,,29CARTHY HughTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,30ROOSEN TimoTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,31VANHOUCKE HarmLotto Soudal,,32POWLESS NeilsonTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,33MARTINELLI DavideQuick-Step Floors,,34DANIEL GregoryTrek - Segafredo,,35HOFSTEDE LennardTeam Sunweb ,,36SCOTSON MilesBMC Racing Team,,37KÄMNA LennardTeam Sunweb ,,38FRAME AlexTrek - Segafredo0:3939VAN DEN BERG JuliusTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale0:4040BAŠKA ErikBORA - hansgrohe0:4641TROIA OlivieroUAE-Team Emirates0:4942JANSEN Amund GrøndahlTeam LottoNL-Jumbo1:3043ARMIRAIL BrunoGroupama - FDJ2:0144LE GAC OlivierGroupama - FDJ2:0945EENKHOORN PascalTeam LottoNL-Jumbo3:3746DIBBEN JonathanTeam Sky6:51RankNameTime1AG2R La Mondiale 25:13:512Mitchelton-Scott,,3Astana Pro Team,,4Trek - Segafredo,,5Lotto Soudal,,6UAE-Team Emirates,,7BORA - hansgrohe,,8Team Sky,,9Team Katusha - Alpecin,,10Groupama - FDJ,,11Team EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,12Movistar Team,,13Team Dimension Data,,14Bahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,15Quick-Step Floors,,16Team Sunweb ,,17Team LottoNL-Jumbo,,18BMC Racing Team,,Results provided by ProCyclingStats.
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