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The team rounded the Malibu Canyon Overlook on the way back home. Though they’d been riding since eleven, they wouldn’t reach the house until sunset. Photo: Wil MatthewsBrandon McNulty, center, led the team up Balcom Canyon. McNulty is a third-year professional at just a racing age of 21, and the team will be looking to McNulty at key races based on his past results. Photo: Wil MatthewsRally UHC Cycling will continue to drive the Acura RDX in 2019, and now have six copies of the performace SUV. Photo: Wil MatthewsJunior rider Megan Jastrab is an example of Rally UHC Cycling’s commitment to rider development. Jastrab has already been winning in the pro women’s field, despite being restricted to junior gearing. Photo: Wil Matthews
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Following the disastorus fires in November 2018, the Santa Monica mountains looked more like a moonscape than the green hills and woodlands the team was used to seeing. Photo: Wil MatthewsRally UHC Cycling remained with long-time partner SRAM, but for 2019, they leave the cables behind as the team steps up to eTap. Photo: Wil MatthewsRiders refueled at the top of Balcom Canyon, a steep climb that served as an informal throw-down in the midst of a six-hour training ride. Photo: Wil MatthewsTo train for the high temperatures in the following week’s Santos Womenís Tour Down Under, Krista Doebel-Hickok wore all the winter gear she could zip up while training in the Santa Monica mountains. Photo: Wil Matthews
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After breaking her arm on the velodrome, Kelly Catlin was outfitted with this device by Stanford Medical School to aid recuperation. Photo: Wil MatthewsWhile a January storm surge consumed a beach outside of Malibu, the team headed back to Oxnard following a long ride in the canyons. The flat miles along Pacific Coast Highway serve as handy recovery. Photo: Wil MatthewsThe aftermath of climbing and descending the canyons for six hours meant food in comes before taking helmets off. Photo: Wil MatthewsSixteen riders at camp means around 35 bikes for the mechanics to keep track of, and the long training miles on new and slightly unfamiliar equipment meant they didn’t finish work until late. Photo: Wil Matthews
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Rally UHC Cycling will use the Felt DA time trial frame for 2019. The DA model has a long history of wins, not the least of which are Olympic gold medals. Photo: Wil MatthewsRally UHC Cycling sets aside one day at camp to invite friends and partners of the team to tag along for an easy ride on Mulholland Highway. Photo: Wil Matthews
Read the full article at Gallery: Rally-UHC’s California Training Camp on VeloNews.com.

ADELAIDE, Australia (VN) — The apprenticeship is over. Hot off the heels of his breakout 2018 season, Michael Woods (EF-Education First) is only racing for one thing: victory.
Woods went all-in Sunday in the dramatic finale up Old Willunga Hill with a searing chase of stage-winner Richie Porte (Trek-Segafredo) to close out the Tour Down Under. Woods was swinging for the fences, but struck out when he couldn’t match Porte in the final kilometer.
“That’s the disappointing part about racing to win,” Woods said. “When you fail, you blow up big-time.”
Woods was in the thick of the GC battle all week in the six-stage Tour Down Under to debut the 2019 campaign. After lighting up the Corkscrew climb Thursday, many pegged him as a possible winner Sunday. Woods was keen to match Porte, but his legs ran out of steam when the Tasmanian turned on the turbos with 1km to go to win for the sixth consecutive year on the Willunga summit. Woods trailed across seventh at 15 seconds back and finished seventh overall.
“Disappointing. When Richie went, I followed, but he’s so good on this climb,” he said. “He just tore me apart. I blew up and felt like I was treading water in the last kilometer. I was just trying to stay afloat and guys kept coming past me.”
Woods was being brutally honest, but his tone and personal expectations reveal just how far and how fast he’s come since his WorldTour debut in 2016 in this race.
Four years ago, he was following wheels and learning the ropes. Flash forward to 2019, and Woods came back to the Tour Down Under this month with huge ambitions.
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Somewhat ironically, he finished better in 2016 in fifth than he did Sunday in seventh.
“It just sucks, I don’t think seventh reflects how well my team rode and how I rode this week,” he said. “In the metrics perspective, when you look back at the results sheet, you’re not super-stoked.”
Sometimes the tale of the tape just doesn’t tell the full story. Woods is more confident in his abilities to be a protagonist in every major race he starts.
“It’s a sign of good things to come. It’s so early in the season still, so to be performing at this level, I’m pretty happy,” he said. “I would have liked to have done better.”
Woods will stay in Australia through the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race and the Herald Sun Tour. Then it’s back to Europe and straight into the Ardennes.
 
Read the full article at Woods goes down swinging on VeloNews.com.

Richie Porte won on Willunga Hill for a sixth consecutive year to take the Tour Down Under Stage 6, Sunday. Daryl Impey (Michelton-Scott) finished third on the stage and took victory on GC, becoming the first rider to secure back-to-back overall wins at the race.
“Hats off to Daryl Impey for the win, but to win six times on Willunga is a great feeling,” said Porte. “It’s a great way to start the year with a new team. I’m happy with the move [to Trek-Segafredo]; it’s a great set up, and I look forward to keep on winning races”
The 152-kilometer stage was concluded by two ascents of the iconic Willunga Hill, and as expected, the racing all played out on the concluding climb to the line.
Patrick Bevin (CCC Team) had held the overall lead overnight despite having crashed hard in stage 5, Saturday. However, he was dropped on the first ascent of Willunga, clearly suffering from the rib injuries sustained in the fall.
With the exception of Bevin, all the key race contenders came into the second ascent of Willunga Hill together. Team Sky set the pace, working for their GC hope Wout Poels. A brief move from Sky’s Kenny Elissonde stirred up the action, with Poels going clear to bridge to him. The Sky pair worked together briefly before Ellisonde faded.
Porte launched the first of his several attacks with over 1km to go, but was matched by Michael Woods (EF Education First), George Bennett (Jumbo-Visma) and several others. However, Porte attacked again to catch Poels and then go clear with 500 meters to go, beating the Dutchman to the line for his sixth-straight victory on Willunga Hill.
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Impey finished on the same time as Porte on the stage, securing him GC victory over the Trek-Segafredo rider by 13 seconds, making him the first rider in the race’s history to win the tour on consecutive years.
Santos Tour Down Under Stage 6 Results
Stage
GC
Points
Mountains
Youth
Teams
RankNameTeamTime1PORTE RichieTrek - Segafredo3:30:142POELS WoutTeam Sky,,3IMPEY DarylMitchelton-Scott,,4DENNIS RohanBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team0:035SÁNCHEZ Luis LeónAstana Pro Team0:066HAMILTON ChrisTeam Sunweb ,,7WOODS MichaelEF Education First Pro Cycling Team0:158ULISSI DiegoUAE-Team Emirates0:179SLAGTER Tom-JelteTeam Dimension Data,,10DEVENYNS DriesDeceuninck - Quick Step,,11GUERREIRO RubenTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,12GIBBONS RyanTeam Dimension Data0:2013FERNÁNDEZ RubénMovistar Team,,14POZZOVIVO DomenicoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,15POGAČAR TadejUAE-Team Emirates,,16BENNETT GeorgeTeam Jumbo-Visma,,17POLANC JanUAE-Team Emirates0:3018VAN BAARLE DylanTeam Sky,,19PRADES EduardMovistar Team0:4120HINDLEY JaiTeam Sunweb 0:4321O'CONNOR BenTeam Dimension Data,,22HAMILTON LucasMitchelton-Scott0:4823MÜHLBERGER GregorBORA - hansgrohe0:5124LUDVIGSSON TobiasGroupama - FDJ0:5325STORER MichaelTeam Sunweb ,,26MORABITO SteveGroupama - FDJ,,27HARPER ChrisUniSA-Australia,,28MAS LluísMovistar Team,,29MCCARTHY JayBORA - hansgrohe,,30GESINK RobertTeam Jumbo-Visma,,31PERNSTEINER HermannBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team0:5932HAGEN Carl FredrikLotto Soudal,,33DE LA PARTE VíctorCCC Team,,34HOFSTEDE LennardTeam Jumbo-Visma,,35CAVAGNA RémiDeceuninck - Quick Step,,36SUNDERLAND DylanUniSA-Australia1:0937LATOUR PierreAG2R La Mondiale,,38PETERS NansAG2R La Mondiale1:2739DUPONT HubertAG2R La Mondiale1:3540CHEVRIER ClémentAG2R La Mondiale,,41STETINA PeterTrek - Segafredo1:5642ARASHIRO YukiyaBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,43MEYER CameronMitchelton-Scott2:0144ELISSONDE KennyTeam Sky2:0445SCOTSON MilesGroupama - FDJ2:5446VALLS RafaelMovistar Team2:5647MARCZYŃSKI TomaszLotto Soudal,,48WHELAN JamesEF Education First Pro Cycling Team3:0549WHITE NicholasUniSA-Australia,,50FRANKINY KilianGroupama - FDJ,,51BAK Lars YttingTeam Dimension Data,,52VALGREN MichaelTeam Dimension Data,,53HANSEN AdamLotto Soudal,,54LADAGNOUS MatthieuGroupama - FDJ,,55KUZNETSOV VyacheslavTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,56VINCENT LéoGroupama - FDJ,,57PANTANO JarlinsonTrek - Segafredo3:1258WYNANTS MaartenTeam Jumbo-Visma4:4459BOARO ManueleAstana Pro Team4:5260BYSTRØM Sven ErikUAE-Team Emirates,,61OSS DanielBORA - hansgrohe,,62SÜTTERLIN JashaMovistar Team,,63HAUSSLER HeinrichBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,64CARRETERO HéctorMovistar Team5:0065BALLERINI DavideAstana Pro Team5:3666GIDICH YevgeniyAstana Pro Team,,67DE VREESE LaurensAstana Pro Team,,68BETTIOL AlbertoEF Education First Pro Cycling Team,,69FRÖHLINGER JohannesTeam Sunweb ,,70ROWE LukeTeam Sky,,71KLUGE RogerLotto Soudal5:4072MØRKØV MichaelDeceuninck - Quick Step,,73DAVIES ScottTeam Dimension Data,,74OLIVEIRA IvoUAE-Team Emirates,,75KNOX JamesDeceuninck - Quick Step,,76OWSIAN ŁukaszCCC Team5:4177ROSSKOPF JoeyCCC Team,,78HALLER MarcoTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,79TOOVEY AydenUniSA-Australia,,80BEVIN PatrickCCC Team,,81MORTON LachlanEF Education First Pro Cycling Team5:4682HEPBURN MichaelMitchelton-Scott5:5383EDMONDSON AlexMitchelton-Scott,,84DURBRIDGE LukeMitchelton-Scott,,85CLARKE WillTrek - Segafredo6:0086POTTER MichaelUniSA-Australia7:0087EWAN CalebLotto Soudal,,88HAYMAN MathewMitchelton-Scott7:0289HOELGAARD DanielGroupama - FDJ,,90PHILIPSEN JasperUAE-Team Emirates7:1891LEEZER TomTeam Jumbo-Visma7:3092BOL CeesTeam Sunweb ,,93MULLEN RyanTrek - Segafredo,,94LEA JasonUniSA-Australia,,95BAGDONAS GediminasAG2R La Mondiale8:3096DE GENDT ThomasLotto Soudal9:1397VAN POPPEL DannyTeam Jumbo-Visma,,98BLYTHE AdamLotto Soudal9:4199SAGAN PeterBORA - hansgrohe,,100DE KORT KoenTrek - Segafredo,,101SUTHERLAND RoryUAE-Team Emirates,,102KNEES ChristianTeam Sky,,103DENZ NicoAG2R La Mondiale,,104DLAMINI NicTeam Dimension Data,,105DOULL OwainTeam Sky,,106FOMINYKH DaniilAstana Pro Team,,107GATTO OscarBORA - hansgrohe,,108BODNAR MaciejBORA - hansgrohe,,109ZAKHAROV ArtyomAstana Pro Team,,110DOCKER MitchellEF Education First Pro Cycling Team,,111VENTOSO Francisco JoséCCC Team,,112MARECZKO JakubCCC Team,,113SCULLY TomEF Education First Pro Cycling Team,,114STRAKHOV DmitryTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,115PÖSTLBERGER LukasBORA - hansgrohe13:28116SIEBERG MarcelBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team13:41117BAUHAUS PhilBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,118LINDEMAN Bert-JanTeam Jumbo-Visma,,119REIJNEN KielTrek - Segafredo,,120HALVORSEN KristofferTeam Sky,,121WALSCHEID MaxTeam Sunweb ,,122VAN DER PLOEG NeilUniSA-Australia,,123VIVIANI EliaDeceuninck - Quick Step,,124SABATINI FabioDeceuninck - Quick Step,,125SAJNOK SzymonCCC Team,,126DEBUSSCHERE JensTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,127COSNEFROY BenoîtAG2R La Mondiale,,128HAAS NathanTeam Katusha - Alpecin24:16129DOWSETT AlexTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,RankNameTeamTime1IMPEY DarylMitchelton-Scott 20:30:422PORTE RichieTrek - Segafredo0:133POELS WoutTeam Sky0:174SÁNCHEZ Luis LeónAstana Pro Team0:195DENNIS RohanBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team0:266HAMILTON ChrisTeam Sunweb ,,7WOODS MichaelEF Education First Pro Cycling Team0:388GUERREIRO RubenTeam Katusha - Alpecin0:409ULISSI DiegoUAE-Team Emirates,,10DEVENYNS DriesDeceuninck - Quick Step,,11GIBBONS RyanTeam Dimension Data0:4312BENNETT GeorgeTeam Jumbo-Visma,,13POGAČAR TadejUAE-Team Emirates,,14POZZOVIVO DomenicoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,15POLANC JanUAE-Team Emirates0:5316VAN BAARLE DylanTeam Sky,,17SLAGTER Tom-JelteTeam Dimension Data1:0118HINDLEY JaiTeam Sunweb 1:0619HAMILTON LucasMitchelton-Scott1:1820O'CONNOR BenTeam Dimension Data1:2721MÜHLBERGER GregorBORA - hansgrohe1:3522PRADES EduardMovistar Team1:3623LUDVIGSSON TobiasGroupama - FDJ1:3724MAS LluísMovistar Team1:4425MORABITO SteveGroupama - FDJ1:4826HARPER ChrisUniSA-Australia,,27PERNSTEINER HermannBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,28STORER MichaelTeam Sunweb 2:0029CAVAGNA RémiDeceuninck - Quick Step2:0130SUNDERLAND DylanUniSA-Australia2:1131GESINK RobertTeam Jumbo-Visma2:1232LATOUR PierreAG2R La Mondiale2:2133MCCARTHY JayBORA - hansgrohe2:3134MEYER CameronMitchelton-Scott2:4535HOFSTEDE LennardTeam Jumbo-Visma3:0136HAGEN Carl FredrikLotto Soudal3:1637VALGREN MichaelTeam Dimension Data4:0038KUZNETSOV VyacheslavTeam Katusha - Alpecin4:3339ARASHIRO YukiyaBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team5:1940BAK Lars YttingTeam Dimension Data5:2341BEVIN PatrickCCC Team5:3842VALLS RafaelMovistar Team5:4743SCOTSON MilesGroupama - FDJ6:0744ELISSONDE KennyTeam Sky7:0745CARRETERO HéctorMovistar Team7:2446WHELAN JamesEF Education First Pro Cycling Team7:4747DUPONT HubertAG2R La Mondiale8:0648KNOX JamesDeceuninck - Quick Step8:2449HAUSSLER HeinrichBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team8:4950STETINA PeterTrek - Segafredo9:0551PANTANO JarlinsonTrek - Segafredo9:0752OSS DanielBORA - hansgrohe9:4053BYSTRØM Sven ErikUAE-Team Emirates9:5554MARCZYŃSKI TomaszLotto Soudal,,55SAGAN PeterBORA - hansgrohe10:1656SÜTTERLIN JashaMovistar Team10:4857STRAKHOV DmitryTeam Katusha - Alpecin11:1958WHITE NicholasUniSA-Australia11:3859DAVIES ScottTeam Dimension Data12:0460FERNÁNDEZ RubénMovistar Team12:0961HALLER MarcoTeam Katusha - Alpecin12:1162ROSSKOPF JoeyCCC Team13:4763GIDICH YevgeniyAstana Pro Team13:4864EDMONDSON AlexMitchelton-Scott14:4665HEPBURN MichaelMitchelton-Scott14:5866MULLEN RyanTrek - Segafredo15:5567DE LA PARTE VíctorCCC Team15:5768VAN POPPEL DannyTeam Jumbo-Visma16:2569FRANKINY KilianGroupama - FDJ16:2770LADAGNOUS MatthieuGroupama - FDJ,,71LEEZER TomTeam Jumbo-Visma16:5272CHEVRIER ClémentAG2R La Mondiale16:5773TOOVEY AydenUniSA-Australia16:5974DE GENDT ThomasLotto Soudal17:2075HANSEN AdamLotto Soudal18:1076BETTIOL AlbertoEF Education First Pro Cycling Team18:3377PHILIPSEN JasperUAE-Team Emirates18:4178DURBRIDGE LukeMitchelton-Scott19:0879FRÖHLINGER JohannesTeam Sunweb 19:2280VINCENT LéoGroupama - FDJ19:5081PETERS NansAG2R La Mondiale20:1482MORTON LachlanEF Education First Pro Cycling Team20:2383BALLERINI DavideAstana Pro Team21:2284HAYMAN MathewMitchelton-Scott21:5185FOMINYKH DaniilAstana Pro Team22:0686SCULLY TomEF Education First Pro Cycling Team22:1087KNEES ChristianTeam Sky22:2388OLIVEIRA IvoUAE-Team Emirates22:3789ROWE LukeTeam Sky23:0090HOELGAARD DanielGroupama - FDJ23:0591WYNANTS MaartenTeam Jumbo-Visma23:1792BOARO ManueleAstana Pro Team23:5693DOCKER MitchellEF Education First Pro Cycling Team23:5794BAUHAUS PhilBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team24:1495EWAN CalebLotto Soudal24:2196CLARKE WillTrek - Segafredo24:2997BODNAR MaciejBORA - hansgrohe24:3398OWSIAN ŁukaszCCC Team24:5299DOULL OwainTeam Sky25:46100DLAMINI NicTeam Dimension Data25:57101MØRKØV MichaelDeceuninck - Quick Step26:11102DE VREESE LaurensAstana Pro Team26:51103ZAKHAROV ArtyomAstana Pro Team27:02104SABATINI FabioDeceuninck - Quick Step27:05105POTTER MichaelUniSA-Australia27:06106DE KORT KoenTrek - Segafredo27:08107LEA JasonUniSA-Australia27:23108LINDEMAN Bert-JanTeam Jumbo-Visma27:37109BOL CeesTeam Sunweb 27:54110KLUGE RogerLotto Soudal28:44111SUTHERLAND RoryUAE-Team Emirates30:24112VENTOSO Francisco JoséCCC Team30:39113BLYTHE AdamLotto Soudal,,114MARECZKO JakubCCC Team31:06115DENZ NicoAG2R La Mondiale31:14116BAGDONAS GediminasAG2R La Mondiale32:00117HALVORSEN KristofferTeam Sky33:27118DEBUSSCHERE JensTeam Katusha - Alpecin33:29119VIVIANI EliaDeceuninck - Quick Step33:56120WALSCHEID MaxTeam Sunweb 34:07121VAN DER PLOEG NeilUniSA-Australia34:13122SIEBERG MarcelBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team34:22123GATTO OscarBORA - hansgrohe36:35124COSNEFROY BenoîtAG2R La Mondiale36:48125HAAS NathanTeam Katusha - Alpecin37:21126REIJNEN KielTrek - Segafredo40:32127PÖSTLBERGER LukasBORA - hansgrohe41:13128DOWSETT AlexTeam Katusha - Alpecin42:54129SAJNOK SzymonCCC Team47:58RankNameTeamPoints1BEVIN PatrickCCC Team562VAN POPPEL DannyTeam Jumbo-Visma543SAGAN PeterBORA - hansgrohe504IMPEY DarylMitchelton-Scott495SÁNCHEZ Luis LeónAstana Pro Team466VIVIANI EliaDeceuninck - Quick Step457PHILIPSEN JasperUAE-Team Emirates388BAUHAUS PhilBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team329HAMILTON ChrisTeam Sunweb 2410POELS WoutTeam Sky2111GUERREIRO RubenTeam Katusha - Alpecin2112GIBBONS RyanTeam Dimension Data1913HALVORSEN KristofferTeam Sky1814WOODS MichaelEF Education First Pro Cycling Team1715ULISSI DiegoUAE-Team Emirates1716PORTE RichieTrek - Segafredo1517WALSCHEID MaxTeam Sunweb 1418MARECZKO JakubCCC Team1319DENNIS RohanBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team1220DEBUSSCHERE JensTeam Katusha - Alpecin1221FERNÁNDEZ RubénMovistar Team1122ZAKHAROV ArtyomAstana Pro Team1023WHITE NicholasUniSA-Australia1024BENNETT GeorgeTeam Jumbo-Visma1025POLANC JanUAE-Team Emirates1026LEA JasonUniSA-Australia927BOL CeesTeam Sunweb 928STORER MichaelTeam Sunweb 829POGAČAR TadejUAE-Team Emirates830SLAGTER Tom-JelteTeam Dimension Data731REIJNEN KielTrek - Segafredo732DEVENYNS DriesDeceuninck - Quick Step633POZZOVIVO DomenicoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team634VAN BAARLE DylanTeam Sky635BALLERINI DavideAstana Pro Team636HOELGAARD DanielGroupama - FDJ637DE GENDT ThomasLotto Soudal538SÜTTERLIN JashaMovistar Team539PERNSTEINER HermannBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team340DENZ NicoAG2R La Mondiale341PÖSTLBERGER LukasBORA - hansgrohe342SCOTSON MilesGroupama - FDJ243EDMONDSON AlexMitchelton-Scott244VINCENT LéoGroupama - FDJ245VENTOSO Francisco JoséCCC Team246COSNEFROY BenoîtAG2R La Mondiale2RankNameTeamPoints1LEA JasonUniSA-Australia302POELS WoutTeam Sky303PORTE RichieTrek - Segafredo284BENNETT GeorgeTeam Jumbo-Visma165ELISSONDE KennyTeam Sky166BOARO ManueleAstana Pro Team147ZAKHAROV ArtyomAstana Pro Team128IMPEY DarylMitchelton-Scott89WOODS MichaelEF Education First Pro Cycling Team810WHITE NicholasUniSA-Australia811DENNIS RohanBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team612HAMILTON ChrisTeam Sunweb 613CARRETERO HéctorMovistar Team614CHEVRIER ClémentAG2R La Mondiale615POTTER MichaelUniSA-Australia616SÁNCHEZ Luis LeónAstana Pro Team417O'CONNOR BenTeam Dimension Data418BEVIN PatrickCCC Team419WHELAN JamesEF Education First Pro Cycling Team420VAN DER PLOEG NeilUniSA-Australia421VAN BAARLE DylanTeam Sky222STORER MichaelTeam Sunweb 223OSS DanielBORA - hansgrohe224DLAMINI NicTeam Dimension Data2RankNameTeamTime1HAMILTON ChrisTeam Sunweb 20:31:152GUERREIRO RubenTeam Katusha - Alpecin0:073GIBBONS RyanTeam Dimension Data0:104POGAČAR TadejUAE-Team Emirates,,5HINDLEY JaiTeam Sunweb 0:336HAMILTON LucasMitchelton-Scott0:457O'CONNOR BenTeam Dimension Data0:548MÜHLBERGER GregorBORA - hansgrohe1:029HARPER ChrisUniSA-Australia1:1510STORER MichaelTeam Sunweb 1:2711CAVAGNA RémiDeceuninck - Quick Step1:2812SUNDERLAND DylanUniSA-Australia1:3813HOFSTEDE LennardTeam Jumbo-Visma2:2814SCOTSON MilesGroupama - FDJ5:3415CARRETERO HéctorMovistar Team6:5116WHELAN JamesEF Education First Pro Cycling Team7:1417KNOX JamesDeceuninck - Quick Step7:5118STRAKHOV DmitryTeam Katusha - Alpecin10:4619WHITE NicholasUniSA-Australia11:0520DAVIES ScottTeam Dimension Data11:3121GIDICH YevgeniyAstana Pro Team13:1522MULLEN RyanTrek - Segafredo15:2223FRANKINY KilianGroupama - FDJ15:5424TOOVEY AydenUniSA-Australia16:2625PHILIPSEN JasperUAE-Team Emirates18:0826VINCENT LéoGroupama - FDJ19:1727PETERS NansAG2R La Mondiale19:4128BALLERINI DavideAstana Pro Team20:4929OLIVEIRA IvoUAE-Team Emirates22:0430BAUHAUS PhilBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team23:4131EWAN CalebLotto Soudal23:4832DLAMINI NicTeam Dimension Data25:2433POTTER MichaelUniSA-Australia26:3334LEA JasonUniSA-Australia26:5035BOL CeesTeam Sunweb 27:2136MARECZKO JakubCCC Team30:3337DENZ NicoAG2R La Mondiale30:4138HALVORSEN KristofferTeam Sky32:5439VAN DER PLOEG NeilUniSA-Australia33:4040COSNEFROY BenoîtAG2R La Mondiale36:1541SAJNOK SzymonCCC Team47:25RankNameTime1UAE-Team Emirates 61:34:222Bahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team0:433Team Dimension Data0:554Team Sunweb 1:115Movistar Team1:546Mitchelton-Scott2:107Team Jumbo-Visma2:508Team Sky5:339Groupama - FDJ6:3610BORA - hansgrohe7:2411Deceuninck - Quick Step7:5312UniSA-Australia8:4513Team Katusha - Alpecin9:3314EF Education First Pro Cycling Team14:3015Trek - Segafredo16:1916Lotto Soudal17:4817AG2R La Mondiale21:3218Astana Pro Team22:1319CCC Team31:18Results provided by ProCyclingStats.
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