Giro d'Italia • Stage Sorrento - Marina di Ascea
 
Giro d'Italia • Stage Sorrento - Marina di Ascea
Monday, May 06, 2013 • 19:40

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Commentaries by Jonathan Symcox
16:30 

Thanks for joining us and see you tomorrow for stage four.

0km 

General classification: 1. Paolini, 2. Wiggins +17, 3. Uran +17, Intxausti +26, 5. Nibali +31.

0km 

Stage top five: 1. Paolini, 2. Evans +16, 3. Hesjedal +16, 4. Santambrogio +16, 5. Sanchez +16.

0km

With the bonus seconds for winning, Paolini will move into the pink jersey tonight - he was just 19 seconds down on GC following yesterday's team time trial.

0km 

Cadel Evans (BMC) takes second place and Ryder Hesjedal (Garmin) third - both pick up some valuable bonus seconds from the chasing pack.

0km

Victory for Italian veteran Luca Paolini of Katusha!

1km 

Hedjedal and Nibali lead the chase as Paolini nips under the 1km-to-go kite.

2km 

Scarponi will loose a lot of time today - that happened just outside the final 3km section. Paolini still leads as he completes the descent.

3km

CRASH: Scarponi crashes for Lampre with a Blanco rider. And his bike is broken and he'll have to wait for a change. Two Blanco riders went down and third-place Scarponi braked and then crashed onto his shoulder.

4km 

Luca Paolini now has 11 seconds and it's looking good - although there is a flat final kilometre so anything could happen.

5km

Two more riders come to grief on the downhill - from Katusha and Bardiani.

6km 

Paolini has six seconds as Blanco take up the chase.

7km 

We're onto the final descent and it looks like Sky have come to the front. One of the Colombia riders overcooks a bend and has to clip out of the pedals. Luca Paolini of Katusha now attacks!

8km 

This is a short ramp of about 1km in length. Uran is back here for Wiggins now. There is about 30 riders in this main group, with Fabio Aru setting the pace for Astana.

9km

They're onto a slight uphill before the final descent. Tanel Kangert of Astana has crashed - the Estonian winces in pain as he gets back on his bike.

10km 

Wiggins will be in pink tonight provided he doesn't come a cropper.

11km 

Wiggins is plaing this descent bery safe. He's back in about 10th position but not allowing things to get too strung out amongst the leaders. Pozzovivo has been dropped. There is a BMC rider here, but it's not obvious if it's Evans from the aerial shots.

12km 

Carlos Betancur overshoots a bend and has to run out into the grass verge. That was a scare for the Colombian at Ag2r. Still Hesjedal is driving the pace on the front.

13km 

Amazing aerial shots of these switchbacks - the peloton is strung out, there are groups all over the place for this descent. Yes, Visconti only got five points in the KOM competition so it will be Wauters in blue after he took the Cat.2 climb earlier in the day.

15km 

The gap is minimal though, despite Hesjedal pushing on. It's a long, winding, twisting descent that favours the brave.

15.5km 

BMC and Vini Fantini put in attacks too, but the Hesjedal trio have a small gap over the chasing pack.

16km 

valerio Agnoli of Astana pings off the front on the descent. He's chased down by Ryder Hesjedal of Garmin-Sharp. The Canadian defending champion is very excitable today. Luca Paolini of Katusha joins them on the front.

18km 

All the favourites are crowding around Nibali because the know he is a good descender. There's a small flat plateau first, then the first downhill, a slight uphill, then a long and technical 8km ride down to the coastline and the finish.

20km 

Giovanni Visconti of Movistar, the current blue jersey, leaps clear to pick up maximum points over the summit ahead of the Astana train. That may keep him in the lead - although it's not certain. Willem Wauters is on nine points, and Visconti only had three before that Cat.3 climb.

21km 

It's the Estonian national champion Tanel Kangert of Astana who is driving the pace. The pink jersey is already a minute off the back.

22km 

Astana now have four men - including Nibali - on the front of the pack. It looks like Cadel Evans has fought back for BMC. Meanwhile, Danilo Di Luca is struggling for Vini Fantini.

23km 

The pink jersey Salvatore Puccio is struggling to stay in contact with this main pack. In fact, he's off the back now. Still, it was a day he'll never forget.

24km 

The chasing peloton is regrouping. Nibali has two Astana team-mates with him on the front, with Wiggins in his wheel. Hesjedal slows and allows himself to be caught. He looks back and sees that he has no team-mates. D'oh...

25km

Hesjedal attacks! The Canadian rides off the front just as Fabio Taborre is past by the group of favourites.

26km

This select group of around eight riders are onto the Cat.3 Sella di Catona - 6.6% with a max of 13%. The likes of Wiggins, Hesjedal, Scarponi, Nibali are all here... but no sign of Evans.

27km 

Garmin and Astana have completely blasted the pack to pieces - and a massive selection has been made before this Cat.3 climb actually gets going properly.

28km

Garmin are now setting a fierce pace on the front of the peloton, with Astana right there. Wiggins is in the mix, but surrounded by no team-mates. Meanwhile, it's all over for Taborre, who is pedalling squares. He'll lose a lot of time today...

30km 

The grey clouds on the horizon look rather ominous. Perhaps we will get that rain after all... The gap is down to just 1:27 for Fabio Taborre over the peloton so it looks like he's going to be swept up quite soon. The five other escapees have just 15 seconds over the peloton.

32km 

The chasing group is not working well together and Dirk Bellemakers puts in an attack in a bid to shake things up. The reality is that Taborre probably killed the break by attacking so early. He may have regrets about that later tonight.

35km 

It looks like the chasing group are now not a factor for the lone leader: the five fugitives are losing time to Taborre and the peloton is returning fast. The Vini Fantini man now has 2:50 over the pack. The heart says yes but the head says now...

36km 

Sticky bidon for Lampre's Jose Serpa, who has quite a phenomenal moustache. Sean Kelly says that riders would be drinking around 10 to 12 bidons of water on humid days like this.

38km

Taborre now has 1:05 over the five chasers and 3:30 over the peloton. Bart de Backer, who was in the break, has been caught by the pack.

42km 

The peloton is one long line now in the flat segment between climbs. Katusha have joined Sky on the front, while those sprinters - Cavendish, Bouhanni et al - have fought their way back on.

44km 

Lone leader Fabio Taborre has 50 seconds over the five chasers. He is the virtual pink jersey but could well implode on the final climb of the day. Meanwhile, a crash has brought down a cluster of riders back in the peloton - Emanuele Sella and Diego Rosa (Androni Giocattoli) and Laurent Pichon (FDJ). Poor Pichon - he crashed heavily in the opening stage in Naples.

45km

Giairo Ermeti (Androni Giocattoli) and Sonny Colbrelli (Bardiani Valvole) both crash in separate incidents on the downhill inside the peloton.

47km 

It's four and a half hours in the saddle now for the riders, with Fabio Taborre leading the race for Vini Fantini. It's an interesting move. If he can get over the summit of the next climb in pole position, he will get some points for the blue competition. And if you have a decent gap over the summit, then the stage is yours because it's a 8km downhill to the finish. But by going solo now he may be shooting himself in the foot...

50km 

CORRECTION: Taborre has gone alone! The Italian has attacked his fellow escapees and rides on the front of the race. Could he be putting himself into the pink jersey via the stage win today? It's very early to say - but this would be reminiscent of team-mate Matteo Rabbotini's win from last year.

52km

Taborre must have had a little problem because he's not chasing back on to the other leaders. He's 22 seconds down. The peloton are still four minutes back.

55km 

The race is very strung out on this descent, with the break's lead back up to 4:16. They have reached the end of the downhill and are now on a lumpy segment ahead of the final climb of the day. It's touch and go as to whether or not they can stay out.

58km 

Lampre's Daniele Pietropolli has crashed for the second time in three days. The Italian has a graze on his left hip and is fighting his way back onto the peloton.

60km 

The road surface is fairly mixed, with some lumpy potholes sections and other new strips of pristine tarmac. Still no sign of the rain that was reported towards the finish earlier in the day.

63km 

The six escapees are back together on the descent. Remember that they were initially a seven-man group but Bart de Backer (Argos Shimano) was dropped on the climb and has, in all likelihood, been caught by the pack.

65km

The Cavendish-Bouhanni gruppeto crossed the summit 5:22 down on the leaders, so that means Cav has 1:40 to make up on the peloton on the descent. He may struggle with that.

66km

Confirmation of the points over the top of the San Mauro Cilento climb: 1. Willem Wauters (Vacansoleil) 9pts, 2. Manuele Boaro (Saxo Bank) 5pts, 3. Fabio Taborre (Vini Fantini) 3pts.

67km

Sky lead the peloton over the summit 3:42 down on the leaders.

68km 

Sky are back on the front of the chasing peloton, with Ryder Hesjedal of Garmin right up there too. The clock is ticking - it will be interesting to see what the gap is.

69km

Boaro leads out the sprint for the KOM points, but it's Wauters who passes him to take the points with Tabbore in third. Now the all-important descent - and Taborre is taking some risks ahead of the other two escapees.

70km 

Pantano puts in a dig and is covered by Boaro. The others manage to peg them back, although Bellemakers looks to be on the ropes.

71km 

The six leaders are approaching the summit of the San Mauro Cilento... whoever takes the points could well be in the blue jersey tonight.

73km 

Mark Cavendish, winner of stage one and wearing the red points jersey, is on the back of the peloton and clearly struggling on this climb. This is ominous for the Manxman, especially with that second climb coming up. Nacer Bouhanni, the French champion, has also been dropped off the back. The seven leaders have 4:45.

75km 

Vini Fantini have four men on the front of the peloton despite having that man Fabio Taborre in the leading group. After their strong time trial, they have a cluster of riders just 22 seconds down on GC. The seven leaders have 5:15 over the peloton now, with Venezuelan Jackson Rodriguez setting the pace in the break and Bart de Backer now off the back.

76km 

There's a bit of a tangle at the start of the climb for the peloton, with a few riders coming to a near stand-still on the first tight bend into the climb. Just before, on a short descent, Blanco's Wilco Keldeman crashed into a ditch. It's a Blanco now on the front conrolling the pace before their man rejoins the back of the pack.

77km 

Taborre and Boaro lead the break up the climb, both in the dancing position.

78km

BMC, Garmin, Movistar and Astana are all fairly active on the front of the pack. Meanwhile, the leaders are onto the Cat.2 San Mauro Cilento climb, which averages 6.7% for 7.8km - but starts with some nasty 16% narrow hairpin bends.

80km 

Omega Pharma-Quick Step have come to the front of the peloton now, with Sky peeling off the front. It's not their job now, with the Belgian team thinking about a win for Mark Cavendish - providing he can get over those hills.

85km 

Will the seven escapees stay out? They have 6:53 over the peloton with that first big climb coming right up.

86km 

There are numerous rises in the coastal road now ahead of the Cat.2 San Mauro Cilento. Fabio Taborre has dropped back to the Vini Fantini car to have a chat with his team manager. They know that if they play their cards right, they could well be in pink tonight. But there is still a long way to go - and these riders will not necessarily stay out.

90km

Pink jersey Salvatore Puccio has pink handlebars and a pink saddle today, milking it as much as he can. Do you blame him? This is the 23-year-old's debut grand tour - and he's already in the lead on home soil.

95km 

We have the first of those two climbs coming up in about 15km. The gap is still around 6:40 for the escapees, with Fabio Taborre in virtual pink.

100km 

Sky have a full quota of riders on the front of the peloton as they pass through Agropoli, 6:42 down on the seven leaders. There are some decent temples in this neck of the woods.

105km 

Crash in the peloton involving a RadioShack rider and a Vacansoleil rider. Their bikes are tangled up together but it doesn't look too serious. Just a bit earlier, red jersey Mark Cavendish picked up a puncture and needed a wheel change.

110km

Bert de Backer won the second intermediate sprint ahead of Manuele Boaro and Willem Wauters. This break of seven riders attacked from the outset of today's stage - as soon as the flag was waved for the official start. They have 6:54 over the pack.

115km

Nothing serious for Tiralongo - one of Vincenzo Nibali's main lieutenants at Astana - after that crash. A team Astana tweet just in: "Tiralongo small slow-speed crash after St3 #Giro feed zone, returns immediately on spare bike, race doctor sprays right knee for cuts."

120km 

The lead is seven minutes for the seven leaders, who are approaching the temple-tastic town of Paestum.

125km

CRASH: Italian Paolo Tiralongo (Astana) has taken a tumble during the feed zone.

130km

So, what do you make of the news that Froome will lead Sky during the Tour? It's not so much of a surprise - but very telling that David Brailsford has felt the need to make such a statement. Wonder what the reaction was from Bradley Wiggins when he heard about it through race radio?

135km 

A reminder of the seven leaders: Fabio Taborre (Vini Fantini), Manuele Boaro (Saxo Bank-Tinkoff), Willem Wauters (Vacansoleil-DCM), Jarlison Pantano (Colombia), Bert De Backer (Argos Shimano), Dirk Bellemakers (Lotto Belisol) and Jackson Rodriguez (Androni Giocattoli).

140km

BREAKING NEWS: Sir Dave Brailsford has confirmed that Chris Froome - and not defending champion Bradley Wiggins - will lead Team Sky in this year's Tour de France. "It is crucial there is clarity of purpose and, for that reason, we will go to the Tour with one leader," he told teamsky.com. Given Chris's step up in performances this year, our plan, as it has been since January, is to have him lead the Tour de France team."

145km 

The lead is fairly stable for the seven escapees: 6:40 at the latest check, with Team Sky still controlling matters on the front of the peloton.

150km

The seven-man break pass through the town of Salerno with a 6:38 advantage over the peloton, which is being led by the Sky team of pink jersey Salvatore Puccio. Sky won't be too bothered about retaining the maglia rosa tonight so we can expect a new race leader tonight.

155km

Dirk Bellemakers has a mechanical issue and needs to drop back to replace his bike just ahead of the first intermediate sprint, which is won by Fabio Taborre (Vini Fantini). The seven leaders are now onto a long flat segment of the stage which runs south alongside the coast.

160km 

The best-known rider in this seven-man group is Italian Manuele Boaro of Saxo Bank-Tinkoff. The 26-year-old joined Saxo in 2011. He is a time trial specialist, finishing 3rd in last year's Giro prologue in Herning behind Taylor Phinney and Geraint Thomas. It was his debut grand tour too. Described by team manager Bjarne Riis as "very talented", Boaro won the mountains classification in this year's Volta ao Algarve.

165km 

Colombian Jarlinson Pantano is a 24-year-old climber riding his debut grand tour and still looking for his maiden professional win. Venezuela's Jackson Rodriguez is 28 and is riding his fifth Giro d'Italia. He finished 26th on GC in his first appearance in 2009. 27-year-old Fabio Taborre, the virtual pink jersey, won the 2011 Memorial Marco Pantani race and joined Vini Fantini after two years at Acqua e Sapone. This is his second appearance in the Giro after finishing 98th in 2011.

165km 

Let's take a closer look at these seven riders in the break. Argos Shimano's Bert de Backer is 29 years old and has no pro wins to his name, but he did take the sprint classification in the Three Days of La Panne race in 2011. This is his first Giro appearance. Fellow Belgian Willem Wauters is only 22 and is riding his first grand tour for Vacansoleil. A third Belgian in this group, 29-year-old Dirk Bellemakers joined Lotto Belisol in the winter is is riding his first grand tour too.

170km

Giro d'Italia race organiser Michele Aquarone has just tweeted: "At the media centre some say the @giroditalia is too much TT oriented. IMHO the 2013 Giro's route is balanced, unpredictable and sexy!" With almost 90km of time trials this year, it's easy to see why Bradley Wiggins is the race favourite. What do you think?

175km

Who do you think will win today's stage? Will this break stay out until the end or will they be reeled back by the peloton? Should the break falter, will there be a counter attack over those two climbs in the last third of the stage? Web users can have their say below - or send me a Tweet @saddleblaze. The gap is up to 6:20 for the escapees.

180km

The lead of this seven-man break is now up to almost six minutes. Fabio Taborre is the virtual pink jersey. The Vini Fantini man is 22 seconds down on GC after his Italian Pro Continental outfit put in a solid performance in yesterday's time trial in Ischia to come fifth.

185km

Some background information on the unexpected pink jersey, Salvatore Puccio: the 23-year-old was born and bred in Sicily before moving to Umbria, aged 13, when his father, a truck driver, was offered a job in the reconstruction of Assisi after an earthquake. Puccio used to race in amateur races in Tuscany before being picked up by Sky in 2012. La Gazzetta described him today as: "A handsome man, the body of Moser, like Francesco, tall and lean but strong, with the face of an Irishman."

190km

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195km

The seven leaders are: Fabio Taborre (Vini Fantini), Manuele Boaro (Saxo Bank-Tinkoff), Willem Wauters (Vacansoleil-DCM), Jarlison Pantano (Colombia), Bert De Backer (Argos Shimano), Dirk Bellemakers (Lotto Belisol) and Jackson Rodriguez (Androni Giocattoli). They have five minutes over the pack now.

200km

The seven escapees now have four and a half minutes over the pack - but we're still waiting for confirmation of a full breakdown of names. All we know is that it includes those two riders Wauters and Pantano.

205km

A reminder of the state of play on GC at this early stage in the race: 23-year-old Salvatore Puccio, riding his maiden home tour, is in pink. The Italian is level on time with Sky team-mates Bradley Wiggins, Sergio Henao, Dario Cataldo and Rigoberto Uran. A cluster of Movistar riders are all nine seconds down after their second-place run in yesterday's TTT: Benat Intxausti, Giovanni Visconti (the blue KOM jersey holder), Jose Herrada, Alex Dowsett (the white youth jersey) and Eros Capecchi.

210km 

This seven-man group includes Willem Wauters (Vacansoleil-DCM) and Jarlison Pantano (Colombia) and now has a couple of minutes over the pack. Details are very sketchy at this point, however.

215km

BREAK: Seven riders have managed to escape the clutches of the peloton. Full details coming up.

220km 

With that downhill towards the finish perhaps we can expect some of Bradley Wiggins's rivals to take back some time lost during yesterday's team time trial, won by Sky. Samuel Sanchez of Euskaltel is renowned for his descending skills, as is Astana's Vincenzo Nibali...

222km

We're under way in Sorrento for the first full-length stage of the 96th edition of the Giro d'Italia. The riders first take on a couple of circuits of the famous tourist town before a 130km jaunt south along the coast that includes two intermediate sprints. Then things get tricky with the Cat.2 San Mauro Cilento climb followed by the Cat.3 Sella di Catona. Such are the difficulty of the climbs, you'd expect a break in the pack and many of the top sprinters ma not be around to contest the finish.

10:40 

It's a cloudy start at Sorrento and there's some rain forecast for the second half of the stage. That would make it rather interesting with those two categorised climbs and the long, technical descent to the finish.

10:35

Yesterday, Italian youngster Salvatore Puccio rode into the pink jersey after the Sky team of Bradley Wiggins won stage two of the Giro d'Italia - a team time trial on the island of Ischia. Team Sky completed the highly technical 17.4km course in a time of 22 minutes and five seconds to beat Movistar by nine seconds and the Astana team of Wiggins's big rival, Vincenzo Nibali, by 14 seconds.

10:30

Good morning and welcome to live coverage of stage three of the 2013 Giro d'Italia - an undulating 222km ride along the Amalfi coast from Sorrento to Marina Di Ascea.

1
Luca Paolini
Katyusha5h 43' 50''
2
Cadel Evans
BMC Racing+16''
3
Ryder Hesjedal
Garmin+16''
4
Mauro Santambrogio
Vini Fantini+16''
5
Samuel Sánchez
Euskaltel+16''
6
Giampaolo Caruso
Katyusha+16''
7
Pieter Weening
Orica+16''
8
Bradley Wiggins
Team Sky+16''
9
Beñat Intxausti
Movistar+16''
10
Robert Gesink
Belkin+16''
11
Robert Kišerlovski
Trek+16''
12
Tom Danielson
Garmin+16''
13
Ivan Santaromita
BMC Racing+16''
14
Rigoberto Urán
Team Sky+16''
15
Valerio Agnoli
Astana+16''
16
Yury Trofimov
Katyusha+16''
17
Vincenzo Nibali
Astana+16''
18
Sergio Henao
Team Sky+36''
19
Enrico Battaglin
Bardiani Valvole+49''
20
Giovanni Visconti
Movistar+50''
21
Fabio Aru
Astana+50''
22
Steve Morabito
BMC Racing+50''
23
Rafael Valls
Vacansoleil+50''
24
Cayetano Sarmiento
Cannondale+50''
25
Michal Golas
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+50''
26
Jorge Azanza
Euskaltel+50''
27
Carlos Betancur
AG2R+50''
28
Domenico Pozzovivo
AG2R+50''
29
Rafal Majka
Tinkoff - Saxo+50''
30
Steven Kruijswijk
Belkin+50''
31
Franco Pellizotti
Androni Giocattoli+50''
32
Przemyslaw Niemiec
Lampre+1' 00''
33
Michele Scarponi
Lampre+1' 00''
34
Diego Rosa
Androni Giocattoli+1' 37''
35
Alessandro Proni
Vini Fantini+1' 52''
36
Stefano Garzelli
Vini Fantini+1' 52''
37
Fabio Duarte
Colombia+1' 52''
38
Marco Marcato
Vacansoleil+1' 52''
39
Bruno Pires
Tinkoff - Saxo+1' 52''
40
Arnold Jeannesson
FDJ.fr+1' 52''
41
Rory Sutherland
Tinkoff - Saxo+1' 52''
42
Juan Manuel Gárate
Belkin+1' 52''
43
Serge Pauwels
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+1' 52''
44
Fabio Felline
Androni Giocattoli+1' 52''
45
Francis De Greef
Lotto+1' 52''
46
Francis Mourey
FDJ.fr+1' 52''
47
Francisco Ventoso
Movistar+1' 52''
48
Peter Stetina
Garmin+1' 52''
49
Danilo Wyss
BMC Racing+1' 52''
50
Grega Bole
Vacansoleil+1' 52''
51
Danilo Hondo
Trek+1' 52''
52
Vladimir Karpets
Movistar+1' 52''
53
Wilco Kelderman
Belkin+1' 52''
54
Francesco Bongiorno
Bardiani Valvole+1' 52''
55
Andrey Zeits
Astana+1' 52''
56
Tiago Machado
Trek+1' 52''
57
Ángel Vicioso
Katyusha+1' 52''
58
Paolo Longo Borghini
Cannondale+1' 52''
59
Egoi Martínez
Euskaltel+1' 52''
60
Gianluca Brambilla
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+1' 52''
61
Evgueni Petrov
Tinkoff - Saxo+1' 52''
62
Gorka Verdugo
Euskaltel+1' 52''
63
Petr Ignatenko
Katyusha+1' 52''
64
Damiano Caruso
Cannondale+1' 52''
65
Darwin Atapuma
Colombia+1' 52''
66
Danilo Di Luca
Vini Fantini+1' 52''
67
José Serpa
Lampre+1' 52''
68
Miguel Ángel Rubiano
Androni Giocattoli+1' 52''
69
Emanuele Sella
Androni Giocattoli+1' 52''
70
Stefano Pirazzi
Bardiani Valvole+2' 03''
71
Tanel Kangert
Astana+3' 05''
72
Simone Stortoni
Lampre+3' 05''
73
Kanstantsin Sivtsov
Team Sky+3' 23''
74
Dalivier Ospina
Colombia+3' 31''
75
Vladimir Gusev
Katyusha+4' 24''
76
Jarlinson Pantano
Colombia+4' 24''
77
Salvatore Puccio
Team Sky+7' 05''
78
Julien Bérard
AG2R+7' 05''
79
Leonardo Duque
Colombia+8' 27''
80
Vicente Reynés
Lotto+8' 27''
81
Dirk Bellemakers
Lotto+8' 27''
82
Alex Dowsett
Movistar+8' 27''
83
Elia Viviani
Cannondale+8' 27''
84
Filippo Pozzato
Lampre+8' 27''
85
Sonny Colbrelli
Bardiani Valvole+8' 27''
86
Marco Canola
Bardiani Valvole+8' 27''
87
Sacha Modolo
Bardiani Valvole+8' 27''
88
Fabio Sabatini
Cannondale+8' 27''
89
Ricardo Mestre
Euskaltel+8' 27''
90
Dominique Rollin
FDJ.fr+8' 27''
91
Jens Keukeleire
Orica+8' 27''
92
Luke Durbridge
Orica+8' 27''
93
Alan Marangoni
Cannondale+8' 27''
94
Nicola Boem
Bardiani Valvole+8' 27''
95
Murilo Fischer
FDJ.fr+8' 27''
96
Tiziano Dall'Antonia
Cannondale+8' 27''
97
Stefano Locatelli
Bardiani Valvole+8' 27''
98
Martijn Keizer
Vacansoleil+8' 27''
99
Matti Breschel
Tinkoff - Saxo+8' 27''
100
Maarten Wynants
Belkin+8' 27''
101
Rob Ruijgh
Vacansoleil+8' 27''
102
Stef Clement
Belkin+8' 27''
103
John Degenkolb
Giant+8' 27''
104
Koen de Kort
Giant+8' 27''
105
Gert Dockx
Lotto+8' 27''
106
Frederik Veuchelen
Vacansoleil+8' 27''
107
Cristiano Salerno
Cannondale+8' 27''
108
Patrick Gretsch
Giant+8' 27''
109
Christian Knees
Team Sky+8' 27''
110
Matteo Rabottini
Vini Fantini+8' 27''
111
Willem Wauters
Vacansoleil+8' 27''
112
Cameron Wurf
Cannondale+8' 27''
113
Mark Cavendish
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+8' 27''
114
Julien Vermote
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+8' 27''
115
Nélson Oliveira
Trek+8' 27''
116
Jérôme Pineau
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+8' 27''
117
Karsten Kroon
Tinkoff - Saxo+8' 27''
118
Thomas Damuseau
Giant+8' 27''
119
Ben Gastauer
AG2R+8' 27''
120
Guillaume Bonnafond
AG2R+8' 27''
121
Paul Martens
Belkin+8' 27''
122
Mads Christensen
Tinkoff - Saxo+8' 27''
123
Lars Bak
Lotto+8' 27''
124
Hubert Dupont
AG2R+8' 27''
125
Adam Hansen
Lotto+8' 27''
126
Mattia Cattaneo
Lampre+8' 27''
127
Christian Vande Velde
Garmin+8' 27''
128
Brett Lancaster
Orica+8' 27''
129
Robert Vrecer
Euskaltel+8' 27''
131
Edoardo Zardini
Bardiani Valvole+8' 27''
132
Daniele Bennati
Tinkoff - Saxo+8' 27''
133
Matteo Trentin
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+8' 27''
134
Albert Timmer
Giant+8' 27''
135
Fredrik Kessiakoff
Astana+8' 27''
136
George Bennett
Trek+8' 27''
137
Alessandro Vanotti
Astana+8' 27''
138
Dmitry Kozonchuk
Katyusha+8' 27''
139
Robinson Chalapud
Colombia+8' 27''
140
José Herrada
Movistar+8' 27''
141
Pablo Lastras
Movistar+8' 27''
142
Maurits Lammertink
Vacansoleil+12' 16''
143
Kristijan Ðurasek
Lampre+12' 16''
144
Gert Steegmans
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+12' 55''
145
Johan Le Bon
FDJ.fr+12' 55''
146
Pavel Brutt
Katyusha+13' 37''
147
Robert Hunter
Garmin+14' 17''
148
Taylor Phinney
BMC Racing+14' 17''
149
Daniel Oss
BMC Racing+14' 17''
150
Iljo Keisse
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+14' 17''
151
Thomas Dekker
Garmin+14' 17''
152
Ramunas Navardauskas
Garmin+14' 17''
153
Frederik Willems
Lotto+14' 17''
154
Eros Capecchi
Movistar+14' 17''
155
Hayden Roulston
Trek+14' 17''
156
Daniele Pietropolli
Lampre+14' 17''
157
Ioannis Tamouridis
Euskaltel+14' 17''
158
Maarten Tjallingii
Belkin+14' 17''
159
Brian Bulgaç
Lotto+14' 17''
160
Giacomo Nizzolo
Trek+14' 17''
161
Roberto Ferrari
Lampre+14' 17''
162
Leigh Howard
Orica+14' 17''
163
Christian Meier
Orica+14' 17''
164
Jens Mouris
Orica+14' 17''
165
Carlos Quintero
Colombia+14' 17''
166
Wilson Marentes
Colombia+14' 17''
167
Tomás Gil
Androni Giocattoli+14' 17''
168
Tobias Ludvigsson
Giant+14' 17''
169
Edwin Ávila
Colombia+14' 17''
170
Jackson Rodríguez
Androni Giocattoli+14' 17''
171
Bert De Backer
Giant+14' 17''
172
Luka Mezgec
Giant+14' 17''
173
Svein Tuft
Orica+14' 17''
174
Maxim Belkov
Katyusha+14' 17''
175
Juan José Cobo
Movistar+14' 17''
176
Anthony Roux
FDJ.fr+14' 17''
177
Giairo Ermeti
Androni Giocattoli+14' 17''
178
Nathan Haas
Garmin+14' 17''
179
Matthew Goss
Orica+14' 17''
180
David Millar
Garmin+14' 17''
181
Francesco Chicchi
Vini Fantini+14' 17''
182
Rafael Andriato
Vini Fantini+14' 17''
183
Oscar Gatto
Vini Fantini+14' 17''
184
Fabio Taborre
Vini Fantini+14' 17''
185
Manuele Boaro
Tinkoff - Saxo+14' 17''
186
Yaroslav Popovych
Trek+14' 17''
187
Pim Ligthart
Vacansoleil+14' 17''
188
Dmitriy Gruzdev
Astana+14' 17''
189
Xabier Zandio
Team Sky+14' 17''
190
Danny Pate
Team Sky+14' 17''
191
Steven Cummings
BMC Racing+14' 17''
192
Sandy Casar
FDJ.fr+14' 17''
193
Klaas Lodewyck
BMC Racing+17' 07''
194
Adam Blythe
BMC Racing+17' 07''
195
Davide Appollonio
AG2R+17' 07''
196
Pablo Urtasun
Euskaltel+19' 31''
197
Dario Cataldo
Team Sky+19' 31''
198
Miguel Mínguez
Euskaltel+19' 31''
199
Nacer Bouhanni
FDJ.fr+19' 31''
200
Laurent Pichon
FDJ.fr+19' 31''
201
Jesse Sergent
Trek+19' 31''
202
Jack Bobridge
Belkin+19' 31''
203
Manuel Belletti
AG2R+19' 31''
204
Kenny Dehaes
Lotto+19' 31''
205
Cheng Ji
Giant+19' 31''
206
Mattia Gavazzi
Androni Giocattoli+19' 35''
207
Sylvain Georges
AG2R+8' 27 (DSQ)
207
Paolo Tiralongo
Astana+20' 00''