Stage 2
Road race - Men
254.5 km
Started 18:30 
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Paris - Roubaix • Final Road race - Men
Sunday, April 07, 2013 • 18:30

Paris - Roubaix, live coverage

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RESULT: 1 Cancellara, 2 Vanmarcke, 3 Terpstra +31, 4 van Avermaet +31, 5 Gaudin +31, 6 Stybar +39, 7 Langeveld +39, 8 Flecha +39, 9 Kristoff +50, 10 Turgot +50

0km 

Niki Terpstra takes third. Spartacus won by a bike's length.

0km 

FABIAN CANCELLARA WINS PARIS-ROUBAIX! It ends up as a track sprint with both men looking at each other, high on the banking, before the Swiss comes around the outside on the final bend to take the victory.

1km 

Vanmarcke and Cancellara come into the Velodrome together. Who is your money on?

2km 

Stybar and Flecha have been caught by the group of chasers. Six or so riders will battle for the final podium spot. The two leaders are having a chat, no more attacks.

3km 

Cancellara has a dig but Vanmarcke responds. Are we about to see the first fight for the win in Roubaix Velodrome since 2008?

4km 

Vanmarcke has only won one professional race - Het Nieuwsblad last year.

5km 

Flecha has caught Stybar.

6km 

Just a 300m section of cobbles in the town of Roubaix to come. The two leaders have a one minute lead on Stybar who is 20 seconds ahead of the next chase group.

7km 

Big effort from Vanmarcke but the Swiss is able to sit on the wheel of the Belgian.

8km 

Vanmarcke hits the front as they reach the cobbles at Hem.

9km 

Cancellara and Vanmarcke extend their advantage to 44 seconds.

10km 

Sector 2 at Willems à Hem is 1.4km long.

11km 

Just two minor cobbled sections to come and Stybar is marooned in third, 30 seconds back.

12km 

Stybar has to take his foot out of the pedal after going too hard at a corner and he is now 23 seconds back.

13km 

Cancellara and Vanmarcke with 10 seconds on the Czech heading into sector 3 (Gruson - 1100m - ++).

14km 

Now Stybar hits a fan on the roadside and loses contact with the two leaders. The cyclo-crosser didn't go down but lost valuable time!

15km 

Cancellara eats a gel before Carrefour de l'Arbre and is sitting on Vanmarcke's wheel. Stybar is there too but Vandenbergh hits a fan and is down on the ground!

18km 

Vanmarcke heads the four leaders through that four-star sector. The 2.1km long sector 4 of Le Carrefour de l'Arbre which is five-star rated is just around the corner. Will Cancellara attack? They are 38 seconds ahead.

20km 

Cancellara and Stybar catch Vandenbergh and Vanmarcke ahead of sector 5 of Camphin-en-Pévèle.

22km 

Cancellara has attacked. Only Paris-Roubaix debutant Stybar can keep on his wheel and they are in pursuit of the two leaders. 20 seconds is the deficit.

23km 

Is Cancellara going to make his move on the next pivotal four-star rated section of cobbles or does he not have it in his legs today? Flecha is increasing the pressure before Gaudin attacks but they are 35 seconds behind the two Belgians; Stijn Vandenbergh (Omega Pharma Quick Step) and Sep Vanmarcke (Blanco). Paolini punctures.

25km 

Terpstra has also made contact with the Cancellara group but Vandenbergh and Vanmarcke have timed their attack well and opened up a 35 second lead at the end of sector 6.

28km 

Was Cancellara bluffing? He has bridged the gap to the eight leaders in super quick time. New front group: Gaudin, Flecha, Langeveld, Paolini, Stybar, Van Avermaet, Vandenbergh, Vanmarcke and CANCELLARA. But just as the Swiss looks to make contact off go Vandenbergh and Vanmarcke,

30km 

Through sector 7 and Vanmarcke, Langeveld, Gaudin and Vandenbergh have been caught by Flecha, Paolini, Van Avermaet and Stybar with 15 seconds back to Cancellara, Terpstra, Eisel and Boom. Chavanel in group three.

33km 

Cancellara goes back to the team car and could be in trouble. He is in a four-man chase group which is the third on the road. There are two groups of four ahead of the Swiss.

35km 

Sep Vanmarcke, Langeveld, Gaudin and Vandenbergh lead by 15 seconds. Flecha and Van Avermaet trying to make the jump to the leaders.

38km 

Mechanical for Chavanel ahead of sector 8 (Pont-Thibaut - 1400m - +++). Vandenbergh goes again and there are four riders off the front and Cancellara is not one of them.

40km 

Sebastien Turgot was in the lead group but needs a new rare wheel and is back in the bunch. 12 men out ahead with Stijn Vandenbergh setting the pace. Lars Boom and Gaudin are also in the lead dozen.

42km 

Has the selection been made on sector 10? 13 riders including Cancellara, Chavanel, Paolini, Kristoff, Eisel, Langeveld, Vandenbergh, Terpstra and Haussler in a front group as they head to sector 9 (Mérignies - Avelin - 700m - ++). Boasson Hagen and Hushovd both dropped.

45km 

On sector 10 (Mons-en-Pévèle - 3000m - ++++) and the four leaders are caught. Niki Terpstra and Lars Boom are hammering away at the front then Juan Antonio Flecha accelerates. Johan Van Summeren has punctured.

48km 

Damien Gaudin knows Paris-Roubaix well after winning the under-23 race in 2007 and has joined the three leaders. But the burst of speed from Cancellara means the four men out in front are in sight of the main bunch. Attacks everywhere now.

50km 

Cancellara now pushing the pace on the front of the peloton. Chavanel rides the middle of the cobbles to get to his wheel.

53km 

William Bonnet, Martin Elmiger, Ian Stannard, Jacopo Guarnieri and Matti Breschel have attacked the peloton before sector 11.

55km 

Schar joins the two leaders on the exit of sector 12 as they head into a serious piece of pave, sector 11 (Auchy-lez-Orchies - Bersée - 2600m - ++++). Gaudin between the leaders and peloton which has dropped O'Grady. Ladagnous has abandoned.

60km 

O'Grady has been swallowed up by the peloton. Steegmans and Hayman leads Schar by 25 seconds with the bunch 40 seconds further back, heading to - sector 12 (Orchies - 1700m - +++). Europcar's Damien Gaudin is the latest man to try and bridge the gap as Ladagnous hits the deck once again after an Euskaltel rider brings three down after clipping the curb.

65km 

Schar has dropped O'Grady and is chasing Steegmans and Hayman going into sector 13 (Beuvry-la-Forêt - Orchies - 1400m - +++) with the Radioshack-led peloton 1:15 behind the two leaders. Hushovd has had yet another puncture but is back in the peloton. Meanwhile, Dane Mads Pedersen wins the under-23 race ahead of Nathan Van Hooydonck and Britain's Tao Geoghegan Hart.

70km 

Sector 15 and a big pile-up in the middle of the peloton. Riders in the ditch and Geraint Thomas, Matthieu Ladagnous, Filippo Pozzato and Borut Bozic are amongst those on the ground. Steegmans and Hayman are leading the way while O’Grady and Schaer are sandwiched between the leaders and the peloton after Koretzky suffers a puncture.

75km 

BMC's Michael Schar aims to make the jump to the front group on sector 16, Hornaing - Wandignies-Hamage, which is a 3.7km long and three-star rated. Steegmans and Hayman have gone clear at the front and extended their lead to 50 seconds as the peloton slow down through the feed zone.

80km 

Robert Wagner (BLA), Wiliam Bonnet (FDJ), Jens Keukelere (OGE), Marco Bandiera (IAM), Kristjian Koren (CAN) and Adrien Petit (COF) had a few seconds on the peloton but have sat up. The break has a 10 second lead on the long cobbled sector 16.

85km 

After the Trouée d'Arenberg about 15 riders were a bit ahead but no single team really putting the pressure on at the front of the peloton on the flat and I guess there is a group of about 70 riders. The four leaders have a lead of 20 seconds after going through sector 17.

90km 

Philippe Gaumont broke his femur in 2001 after falling at the start of the Trouée when leading the peloton. No such incidents this year but Geraint Thomas finds himself in the mud at the side of the road. Taylor Phinney of BMC leads the main bunch and make serious inroads into the lead of the escapees which is down to 37 seconds.

95km 

Greipel has been caught by the peloton ahead of the Arenberg. The four leaders go into sector 18 with an advantage of 1:30. Zakari Dempster (Netapp) crashed and seems to have broken his collarbone while Thor Hushovd has a mechanical at the worst possible time.

100km 

O'Grady on Arenberg: "Even though it’s far from the finish, it’s one of the most decisive parts of the race. Mostly, it’s about damage control. Before entering the forest, it is absolutely imperative to be at the front. Over the cobbles each rider that is in front of you must be looked at as an object. That rider can have a puncture or a crash or drop a water bottle or a chain and all of a sudden, this object is now an obstacle. Every water bottle that is dropped is like a grenade."

105km 

Andre Greipel (Lotto) is now chasing behind the four escapees and trails by 75 seconds heading into sector 19. No pace in the peloton and the leaders have opened up a 2:10 lead.

110km 

The pace is picking up as we head towards sector 18, the Trouée d'Arenberg. It has become the symbol of Paris–Roubaix. Officially 'La Drève des Boules d'Herin', the 2400m of cobbles were laid in the time of Napoleon. Until 1998 the entry to the Arenberg pavé was slightly downhill, leading to a sprint for best position but the route was reversed after Johan Museeuw's crash in 1998. The cobbles are extremely difficult because of their irregularity. Steegmans/Hayman/O'Grady/Koretzky lead by 1:20.

115km 

2007 winner Stuart O’Grady is looking to become the oldest winner of the race at 39. He and his fellow three leaders have an advantage of 50 seconds over the peloton which once again includes Sky's Stannard. Yaroslav Popovych of Radioshack riding on the front of the main bunch but Offredo has abandoned.

120km 

Yoann Offredo has just had a big crash. He was not looking where he was going and the FDJ rider hits a traffic island and somersaults over his handlebars. Out on sector 21 and the four-man lead group has established a 35 second lead.

125km 

The Thomas group has been caught but Team Sky are back on the attack, this time with Matthew Hayman while fellow Aussie O'Grady is there again. The active Koretzky is also present plus OPQS' Gert Steegmans.

130km 

Geraint Thomas, Edvald Boasson-Hagen and 39-year-old former champion Stuart O’Grady in a 12-man lead group that has a small lead over the peloton which is being led by Radioshack.

135km 

The race is beginning to hot up so a brief mention of other riders to look out for. Sep Vanmarcke, Lars Boom, Luca Paolini, Alexander Kristoff, Filippo Pozzato, Jurgen Roelandts, Andre Greipe, Heinrich Haussler, Sebastian Turgot, Juan Antonio Flecha and John Degenkolb will all look to contest at the business end. There is no Peter Sagan in this race, he closed his cobbled classics campaign with a second-place finish at Ronde van Vlaanderen.

140km 

The peloton is still packed as the race goes through sector 24. Geraint Thomas is at the very front while Team Sky team-mate Ian Stannard is off the back with cuts all down his right.

145km 

Stijn Vandenbergh (OPQ), Marcel Sieberg (LTB) and Bert De Backer (VCD) broke clear on the first cobbled sector (#27) in Troisvilles where Ian Stannard had a puncture. Several riders have been involved in a crash in sector #26.

150km 

When Van Summeren won in 2011, he soloed to victory having survived from an early breakaway. He was 20th in Flanders while team-mate Tyler Farrar finished in sixth place in the Scheldeprijs on Wednesday. Garmin Sharp's sports director Geert Van Bondt said: "I think Van Summeren's on the level where he wants to be and he has a lot of confidence for Sunday."

155km 

There are three former champions in the field and one is Johan Vansummeren, who won the race in 2011. Belgium are the most successful nation in the race with 55 wins (France follows with 28) and after Boonen's win last year, Belgium are aiming to win this race three years in a row for the first time since 1989 when Jean-Marie Wampers won after Eric Vanderaerden (1987) and Dirk Demol (1988) were victorious in the years previously.

160km 

44.5 kilometres have been covered in the second hour of the race and the average speed since the start is 47kph. The peloton look to set tackle the first cobbled sector together.

165km 

The last two escapees have been caught and now it is another rider from the wild card team Bretagne-Seche, Benoit Jarrier, who is looking to escape before we reach the first cobbled section.

170km 

Directeur sportif and former champion Servis Knaven said of the Sky team tactics: "Cancellara will be the favourite again. You must not wait until Carrefour de l'Arbre [sector] or maybe a few sections before. If you are with him, maybe you can follow him, but looking at Sunday, it could be that you have to race for second.”

175km 

Team Sky have multiple options. Bernhard Eisel has two top 10s in this race, Edvald Boasson Hagen is a former winner of Gent-Wevelgem and finished ninth at Harelbeke while Matthew Hayman was eighth last year. Geraint Thomas and Ian Stannard are the Brits who can challenge. Essex's Stannard is a powerhouse who was sixth in Milan-San Remo while Welsh Olympic champion Thomas was fourth at Harelbeke and had his bid last week disrupted by a mechanical problem.

180km 

BMC have a strong line-up. Thor Hushovd, second in 2010 and third in 2009, will make his 10th start and headlines their team. Taylor Phinney, a two-time winner of the under-23 version of the race in 2009 and 2010, can offer a 1-2 punch. The American finished 15th in his first appearance last year. Greg Van Avermaet was third at Gent-Wevelgem and seventh in Ronde van Vlaanderen so can not be discounted.

185km 

Only two riders are now left in the lead: Frederik Veuchelen and Clement Koretsky. Argos, Netapp and Cofidis have done a lot of work in the chase.

190km 

With defending champion Tom Boonen out with injury, Omega Pharma-QuickStep will be led by Sylvain Chavanel. He is coming off a second consecutive victory in the Driedaagse De Panne, was 13th in Flanders last week and was eighth in this event in 2009. Chavanel, who also won a stage ar Paris-Nice in Match, is aiming to be the first French Roubaix champion in 16 years. Dutch champion Niki Terpstra had a bad time in Flanders but the team hope he will be able to support.

195km 

Siskevicius, Teruel and Lemontagner have been dropped from the break. 10 men in the lead with a 20 seconds lead over the peloton.

200km 

But the RadioShack-Leopard star had a midweek crash in the Scheldeprijs and also fell in a reconnaissance ride for this race. Cancellara was unable to compete here last year after he fractured his collarbone in the Ronde van Vlaanderen after an errant water bottle sent him flying. RadioShack manager Luca Guercilena said of Wednesday's crash: "It’s not really a bad injury, but it’s not ideal to arrive in Roubaix like this."

205km 

So what of the race favourites? Fabian Cancellara can become the ninth rider to win this race at least three times and aims to become the second rider to win the Ronde van Vlaanderen and Paris-Roubaix in the same year twice. He achieved this in 2010. Spartacus can win his fifth cobblestone classic which would equal Roger De Vlaeminck, Rik Van Looy, and Eddy Merckx. Only Johan Museeuw (6) and Tom Boonen (7) have more.

210km 

First hour of racing and the average speed was 49.5km/h. Rapid!

215km 

The Mons-en-Pevele, inside the final 50km, should slim the selection even further before the often decisive Camphin-en-Pevele and Le Carrefour de l’Arbre - numbers five and four of the cobbles respectively. Then three low-difficulty sections of cobbles follow on the 16km run-in to the finish before one-and-a-half laps of the velodrome in Roubaix.

220km 

The escape group may be alllowed to form a lead as the first of the most difficult five-star cobbled sections and the most famous, the Trouee d’Arenberg, comes with 96.5km remaining. All the race favourites will look to be at the front of the bunch before that 2.4km section, which is numbered 18 (they go in reverse order from 27 to 1).

225km 

The 13 lead the peloton by 35 seconds.

230km 

Gert Steegmans (OPQ), Bjorn Thurau (EUC), Bob Jungels (RLT), Gatis Smukulis (KAT), Jacob Rathe (GRS), Jens Debuschere (LTB), Frederik Veuchelen (VCD), Michael Morkov (TST), Evaldas Siskevicius (SOJ), Guillaume Boivin (CAN), Eloy Teruel (MOV), Clement Kortesky (BSE) and Benjamin Lemontagner (BSE).

235km 

Lots of early attempts to establish a break on a cold morning, it is about 5 degrees right now, and right now a group of 13 men have a narrow advantage. Movistar's Eloy Turuel instigated the attack.

240km 

In total there are 52.6km of cobblestones to test the endurance, bike handling ability and sheer toughness of the riders. The cobbled sections are graded out of five by the organisers based on length, condition and position in the race.

245km 

Despite its name the race has started in the city of Compiegne, which is roughly 70km north-east of Paris, since 1968. The riders are currently heading east towards the Belgian border. The first 98.5km are flat and then the riders hit the first of 27 sections of cobblestones which determine this event.

250km 

If you are new to the 'Hell of the North' then here's a handy insight available via this link for web users and via the cycling video section if you are on mobile.

254km 

198 riders from 25 teams have just rolled out of the official start in Compiègne to take on the 254.5km route. All 19 ProTour teams are in attendance plus wildcards Bretagne-Séché, Cofidis, IAM, Sojasun, Europcar and Netapp-Endura.

09:30 

Welcome to our coverage of Paris-Roubaix, part of the UCI World Tour and one of the so-called monuments of the European professional calendar. I'm Lee Walker, feel free to leave your comments in the box below or you can follow me on Twitter at @Lee_Eurosport

1
Switzerland
Fabian Cancellara
Trek5h 45' 33''
2
Belgium
Sep Vanmarcke
Belkin+0''
3
Netherlands
Niki Terpstra
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+31''
4
Belgium
Greg Van Avermaet
BMC Racing+31''
5
France
Damien Gaudin
Europcar+31''
6
Czech Republic
Zdenek Štybar
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+39''
7
Netherlands
Sebastian Langeveld
Orica+39''
8
Spain
Juan Antonio Flecha
Vacansoleil+39''
9
Norway
Alexander Kristoff
Katyusha+50''
10
France
Sébastien Turgot
Europcar+50''
11
Australia
Heinrich Haussler
IAM Cycling+50''
12
Austria
Bernhard Eisel
Team Sky+50''
13
Belgium
Maarten Wynants
Belkin+50''
14
Netherlands
Lars Boom
Belkin+50''
15
Denmark
Matti Breschel
Tinkoff - Saxo+50''
16
Belgium
Björn Leukemans
Vacansoleil+50''
17
France
Steve Chainel
AG2R+50''
18
Netherlands
Maarten Tjallingii
Belkin+50''
19
France
Sylvain Chavanel
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+50''
20
Belgium
Stijn Vandenbergh
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+50''
21
Italy
Luca Paolini
Katyusha+1' 00''
22
Italy
Filippo Pozzato
Lampre+2' 52''
23
United States
Taylor Phinney
BMC Racing+3' 13''
24
Germany
Marcel Sieberg
Lotto+3' 13''
25
Netherlands
Ramon Sinkeldam
Giant+3' 13''
26
France
Johan Le Bon
FDJ.fr+3' 17''
27
France
Lloyd Mondory
AG2R+3' 17''
28
Germany
John Degenkolb
Giant+3' 29''
29
France
Adrien Petit
Cofidis+3' 29''
30
Germany
Robert Wagner
Belkin+3' 29''
31
Italy
Jacopo Guarnieri
Astana+3' 29''
32
Italy
Fabio Sabatini
Cannondale+3' 29''
33
Germany
Roger Kluge
NetApp+3' 29''
34
Switzerland
Michael Schär
BMC Racing+3' 29''
35
Norway
Thor Hushovd
BMC Racing+3' 29''
36
Netherlands
Tom Veelers
Giant+3' 29''
37
Spain
Francisco Ventoso
Movistar+3' 29''
38
Belgium
Iljo Keisse
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+3' 29''
39
Italy
Marco Bandiera
IAM Cycling+3' 29''
40
France
Gaël Malacarne
Bretagne+3' 29''
41
Switzerland
Martin Elmiger
IAM Cycling+3' 29''
42
France
Sébastien Hinault
IAM Cycling+3' 29''
43
Belgium
Jürgen Roelandts
Lotto+3' 29''
44
Belgium
Bert De Backer
Giant+3' 29''
45
France
Sébastien Minard
AG2R+3' 29''
46
Belgium
Jens Keukeleire
Orica+3' 29''
47
Norway
Edvald Boasson Hagen
Team Sky+3' 29''
48
Germany
Björn Thurau
Europcar+3' 29''
49
Russia
Vladimir Gusev
Katyusha+3' 32''
50
Belgium
Johan Vansummeren
Garmin+3' 32''
51
England
Ian Stannard
Team Sky+3' 32''
52
Australia
Mathew Hayman
Team Sky+3' 32''
53
New Zealand
Hayden Roulston
Trek+6' 07''
54
Belgium
Stijn Devolder
Trek+6' 11''
55
Belgium
Gert Steegmans
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+6' 11''
56
Poland
Maciej Bodnar
Cannondale+6' 11''
57
Belgium
Kris Boeckmans
Vacansoleil+6' 11''
58
United States
Tyler Farrar
Garmin+8' 37''
59
Spain
José Joaquín Rojas
Movistar+10' 27''
60
Greece
Ioannis Tamouridis
Euskaltel+10' 27''
61
Belarus
Yauheni Hutarovich
AG2R+10' 27''
62
France
Florent Barle
Cofidis+10' 27''
63
Spain
José Iván Gutiérrez
Movistar+10' 27''
64
Germany
Rüdiger Selig
Katyusha+10' 27''
65
France
Pierre-Luc Périchon
Bretagne+10' 27''
66
Netherlands
Jos van Emden
Belkin+10' 27''
67
Russia
Vyacheslav Kuznetsov
Katyusha+10' 27''
68
Germany
André Greipel
Lotto+10' 27''
69
France
Arnaud Labbe
Cofidis+10' 27''
70
New Zealand
Jack Bauer
Garmin+10' 27''
71
Italy
Manuel Quinziato
BMC Racing+10' 27''
72
France
William Bonnet
FDJ.fr+10' 30''
73
Netherlands
Martijn Maaskant
Garmin+13' 16''
74
Belgium
Nikolas Maes
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+13' 42''
75
France
Clément Koretzky
Bretagne+13' 42''
76
Kazakhstan
Dimitri Muravyev
Astana+14' 34''
77
France
Cyril Lemoine
Sojasun+14' 34''
78
Netherlands
Roy Curvers
Giant+14' 34''
79
Wales
Geraint Thomas
Team Sky+14' 34''
80
New Zealand
Jesse Sergent
Trek+14' 34''
81
Netherlands
Boy van Poppel
Vacansoleil+14' 34''
82
Spain
Imanol Erviti
Movistar+14' 34''
83
Slovenia
Kristjan Koren
Cannondale+14' 34''
84
Luxembourg
Bob Jungels
Trek+14' 34''
85
France
Benoît Jarrier
Bretagne+14' 34''
86
Switzerland
Grégory Rast
Trek+14' 38''
87
Italy
Matteo Tosatto
Tinkoff - Saxo+14' 38''
88
France
Yohann Gène
Europcar+14' 38''
89
Italy
Andrea Palini
Lampre+14' 38''
90
France
Arnaud Démare
FDJ.fr+14' 40''
91
Netherlands
Wesley Kreder
Vacansoleil+14' 40''
92
Australia
Jonathan Cantwell
Tinkoff - Saxo+14' 40''
93
Norway
Vegard Laengen
Bretagne+14' 40''
94
Denmark
Jonas Aaen
Tinkoff - Saxo+14' 40''
95
Czech Republic
Jan Bárta
NetApp+19' 12''
96
Australia
Stuart O'Grady
Orica+20' 37''
97
Norway
Gabriel Rasch
Team Sky+20' 37''
98
Denmark
Anders Lund
Tinkoff - Saxo+20' 37''
99
Spain
Ricardo García
Euskaltel+20' 37''
100
France
Yannick Talabardon
Sojasun+20' 37''
101
Ukraine
Yaroslav Popovych
Trek+20' 37''
102
Lithuania
Gediminas Bagdonas
AG2R+20' 37''
103
Denmark
Michael Mørkøv
Tinkoff - Saxo+25' 31''
104
Argentina
Sebastián Haedo
Cannondale+25' 31''
105
Slovenia
Marko Kump
Tinkoff - Saxo+25' 31''
106
Germany
Dominic Klemme
IAM Cycling+25' 31''
107
Germany
Andreas Schillinger
NetApp+25' 31''
108
Australia
Zakkari Dempster
NetApp+25' 31''
109
Wales
Luke Rowe
Team Sky+26' 16''
110
Australia
Luke Durbridge
Orica+26' 16''
111
United States
Ted King
Cannondale+26' 16''
112
Australia
William Clarke
Giant+26' 16''
113
Kazakhstan
Arman Kamyshev
Astana+26' 16''
114
Netherlands
Jetse Bol
Belkin+26' 16''
115
England
Russell Downing
NetApp+26' 16''
116
Italy
Andrea Guardini
Astana+26' 16''
117
France
Morgan Lamoisson
Europcar+26' 16''
118
Denmark
Christopher Juul-Jensen
Tinkoff - Saxo+26' 16''
119
Netherlands
Tom Stamsnijder
Giant+43' 59 (OTL)
120
Italy
Giovanni Visconti
MovistarDSQ
121
Belgium
Guillaume Van Keirsbulck
Omega Pharma - Quick-StepDNF
122
France
Sébastien Chavanel
EuropcarDNF
123
France
Jérôme Cousin
EuropcarDNF
124
Canada
David Veilleux
EuropcarDNF
125
Spain
Markel Irizar
TrekDNF
126
Germany
Markus Burghardt
BMC RacingDNF
127
Italy
Daniel Oss
BMC RacingDNF
128
Switzerland
Danilo Wyss
BMC RacingDNF
129
Italy
Salvatore Puccio
Team SkyDNF
130
Netherlands
Rick Flens
BelkinDNF
131
Austria
Marco Haller
KatyushaDNF
132
Russia
Vladimir Isaichev
KatyushaDNF
133
Latvia
Gatis Smukulis
KatyushaDNF
134
Germany
Andreas Klier
GarminDNF
135
Netherlands
Raymond Kreder
GarminDNF
136
United States
Jacob Rathe
GarminDNF
137
Belgium
Sébastien Rosseler
GarminDNF
138
France
Matthieu Ladagnous
FDJ.frDNF
139
Belgium
David Boucher
FDJ.frDNF
140
France
Mickaël Delage
FDJ.frDNF
141
Brazil
Murilo Fischer
FDJ.frDNF
142
France
Yoann Offredo
FDJ.frDNF
143
Denmark
Lars Bak
LottoDNF
144
Belgium
Kenny Dehaes
LottoDNF
145
Belgium
Jens Debusschere
LottoDNF
146
New Zealand
Greg Henderson
LottoDNF
147
Spain
Vicente Reynés
LottoDNF
148
Slovenia
Borut Božic
AstanaDNF
149
United States
Evan Huffman
AstanaDNF
150
Kazakhstan
Ruslan Tleubayev
AstanaDNF
151
Japan
Fumiyuki Beppu
OricaDNF
152
Australia
Baden Cooke
OricaDNF
153
Australia
Mitch Docker
OricaDNF
154
Netherlands
Jens Mouris
OricaDNF
155
Netherlands
Bert-Jan Lindeman
VacansoleilDNF
156
Italy
Mirko Selvaggi
VacansoleilDNF
157
Belgium
Frederik Veuchelen
VacansoleilDNF
158
Italy
Elia Favilli
LampreDNF
159
Italy
Massimo Graziato
LampreDNF
160
Italy
Alessandro Petacchi
LampreDNF
161
Argentina
Maximiliano Richeze
LampreDNF
162
Italy
Davide Viganò
LampreDNF
163
Italy
Luca Wackermann
LampreDNF
164
Belgium
Kristof Goddaert
IAM CyclingDNF
165
Sweden
Gustav Larsson
IAM CyclingDNF
166
Latvia
Aleksejs Saramotins
IAM CyclingDNF
167
Netherlands
Koen de Kort
GiantDNF
168
Italy
Davide Appollonio
AG2RDNF
169
Canada
Hugo Houle
AG2RDNF
170
Kazakhstan
Valentin Iglinskiy
AG2RDNF
171
France
Jimmy Engoulvent
SojasunDNF
172
France
Maxime Daniel
SojasunDNF
173
France
Christophe Laborie
SojasunDNF
174
France
Rony Martias
SojasunDNF
175
France
Jean-Lou Paiani
SojasunDNF
176
Lithuania
Evaldas Šiškevicius
SojasunDNF
177
Canada
Guillaume Boivin
CannondaleDNF
178
Italy
Mauro Da Dalto
CannondaleDNF
179
Italy
Alan Marangoni
CannondaleDNF
180
Spain
Egoitz García
CofidisDNF
181
Belgium
Jan Ghyselinck
CofidisDNF
182
Estonia
Gert Jõeäär
CofidisDNF
183
Belgium
Nico Sijmens
CofidisDNF
184
Belgium
Romain Zingle
CofidisDNF
185
Germany
Markus Eichler
NetAppDNF
186
Slovenia
Blaž Jarc
NetAppDNF
187
Sweden
Alexander Wetterhall
NetAppDNF
188
England
Alex Dowsett
MovistarDNF
189
Spain
Jesús Herrada
MovistarDNF
190
Spain
Eloy Teruel
MovistarDNF
191
France
Jean-Luc Delpech
BretagneDNF
192
France
Florian Vachon
BretagneDNF
193
France
Benjamin Le Montagner
BretagneDNF
194
Spain
Peio Bilbao
EuskaltelDNF
195
Spain
Juan José Oroz
EuskaltelDNF
196
Germany
Steffen Radochla
EuskaltelDNF
197
Spain
Adrián Sáez
EuskaltelDNF
198
Germany
André Schulze
EuskaltelDNF