Stage 19
Modane - Alpe d'Huez
109.5 km
Started 22:35 
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Tour de France • Stage Modane - Alpe d'Huez
Friday, July 22, 2011 • 22:35

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0km

Sanchez moves into the polka dot jersey with his second place atop the summit finish.

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The grupetto arrives 25:27 down on the winner Rolland. Green jersey Cavendish is near to the front of the 80-strong group, which will not be thrown off the race surely.

0km

Thomas Voeckler crosses the line 3:22 down on his teammate Rolland to end his 10th day in yellow. Chapeau. Andy Schleck is the new leader, 53 ahead of his brother and 57 ahead of Evans.

0km 

Taaramae leads Basso over the line 2:06 down. The Estonian will be out of the white jersey tonight, while Basso will drop down the standings again.

0km 

Evans leads the sprint over the line to take fourth, 1:04 down on the winner, with both Schleck brothers, Velits and Cunego in toe.

0km

Sanchez takes second, 14 down, and Contador third, 23 down.

0km

France get their win! Pierre Rolland takes the win and the white jersey! Incredible.

0.5km 

What a ride from Rolland. He sandbagged Sanchez all the way up and now is going to win the most prestigious stage of the Tour de France.

1km 

Another dig from Evans, but he cannot shrugg off Schleck.

1km 

Contador and Sanchez will not catch Rolland now - he has 10 seconds and is riding his way to glory as he passes the Flamme Rouge.

1.5km

Rolland has distanced both Spaniards! France are going to get their win!

1.7km 

Andy Schleck catches Evans, and they pass Cunego. Frank Schleck can't do anything.

2km

Evans attacks from the chasing group!

2km

Sanchez looked pretty cooked, and Rolland is in total control. They're weaving from side to side of the road. And Rolland opens up a gap!!

2.5km

Contador is caught by Sanchez and Rolland... and then the Frenchman attacks!

2.5km

Cunego attacks from the chasing group. There's no reaction from the Schlecks or Evans. They have bigger fish to fry.

3km 

Sanchez is arguing with Rolland. The Spaniard has done all the chasing but he tells his young French counterpart it's now his turn to do something.

3.5km 

Just 10 seconds now for Contador. The whole of France will be urging on Rolland to take the win today...

3.5km 

Frank Schleck leads the chase, with a grimacing Evans in his wheels. Now Andy Schleck comes to the front.

4km 

Contador reaches a section of the road protected by barriers - he'll be grateful for that. Sanchez and Rolland are just 18 seconds down now. They could catch Contador soon.

4km 

Somebody is going to be knocked off their bike here. The fans are too close. This is terrible. Sanchez and Rolland are 23 down on the lone leader. Further back, Evans looks extremely uncomfortable with the proximity of the fans. Voeckler is three minutes down now.

5km 

Contador passes under the five-to-go banner. Contador has to smack a man wearing a green nurse's unform and proferring a syringe... serves him right (the fan).

5km

Voeckler is angry with the Dutch fans - shouting back after it appears he is being heckled. The fans are really dangerously close.

5.5km

If Sanchez takes the stage he could well win the polka dot jersey because there are double points at the summit. Voeckler has been caught by compatriot Remi Di Gregorio. They pass by Dutch corner.

6km

Hesjedal is beginning to lose touch with the chasing group. Contador is tiring. He has 22 seconds on Sanchez and Rolland, and 58 on the Schleck-Evans group.

6.5km

Contador is dancing along as he passes the orange mass that is Dutch corner.

7km 

Voeckler is 2:45 down on Contador but just over a minute behind the Schleck group and so he's limiting his losses.

7km 

Contador is really hammering it down in the pedal. But race radio says the gap is coming down. He has 38 on Schleck and one minute on the Schleck group. Sanchez is now catching Rolland.

7.5km 

Dutchman Thomas De Gendt attacks from the Schleck group. Good stuff from the Vacansoleil youngster.

7.5km 

Contador has 1:45 on the Schleck group. If he continues at this pace he could reduce that 4:44 gap in the GC quite dramatically.

8km

ATTACK: Velits breaks clear of the chasing group, prompting a response by Sanchez. Both Schlecks still lead Evans in the group. Evans will take some time back off them tomorrow in the ITT, but he'll need to take some time today if he wants to be realistic.

8.5km 

Voeckler is battling to stay in touch with his group. He is 1:45 down on the lone leader, Contador, who could be riding himself into the top five, possibly even the podium, today.

9km 

The Sanchez and Frank Schleck group rejoins Evans and Andy Schleck, with Hesjedal and Velits still there. Rolland still rides by himself. What a prospect he is.

10km

Contador has 35 seconds on Schleck and Evans as he passes under the 10-to-go banner. Vintage Bertie, this is. He wishes he had a jersey to match his yellow sun glasses, but that will have to wait another year.

11km 

Evans and Schleck are catching Hesjedal, while Rolland has not given up on his pursuit of Contador. Voeckler is 1:20 down and will lose his yellow jersey tonight to Andy Schleck.

11km 

Sanchez has Frank Schleck and Cunego in his wheel. And Contador has dropped Rolland as he rides on towards the summit. How much damage can he do? He has 13 seconds now.

11km 

Hesjedal is dropped and so it's just Bertie and Rolland. What a great story it would be for either of these riders wins today - particularly Rolland. If anyone deserves a win it's Voeckler's right-hand man.

12km 

Contador catches Rolland and Hesjedal. They have about 10 seconds on Evans and Schleck. Contador looks about to blow... but he digs in and continues his attack.

12km

Schleck and Evans can't keep up with Contador, who rides on solo in pursuit of the two leaders.

12km

ATTACK: Contador goes! And Schleck follows, with Evans in toe.

12km 

Voeckler and Cunego already in difficulty and off the back. And Taaramae.

13km 

That move by Leopard Trek completely countered by Evans there, nipping it in the bud. He's been caught, but Leopard Trek didn't get their men out for long.

13km

Evans and Mollema are on the attack! They have distanced the Schlecks!

14km

Leopard Trek on the offensive straight away as Jacob Fulsang breaks clear.

14km

The two leaders are onto Alpe d'Huez (13.8km at 8%) with a lead of 40 seconds over the peloton, which includes all the race favourites.

15km

Rolland and Hesjedal aer together as they pass the intermediate sprint, with the Canadian taking the spoils (uncontested, mind). But Voeckler is now back with the leaders: it is all back together.

17km 

The yellow jersey group is just 30 seconds down. And it's a huge group.

21km 

FDJ's Jeannesson is also with the leading group, just as Rolland zips away again with Hesjedal in pursuit. They are approaching the intermediate sprint in Bourg d'Oisans, a few kilometres away.

22km

Hesjedal joins Rolland in front, just as Evans increases the pace. And now Riblon goes as well! The GC men will let those three go - they're no threat.

23km

ATTACK: Pierre Rolland goes on the attack! That's interesting because his team is just fighting back with Voeckler. Rolland must have been instructed by his Europcar manager for that one... surely in pursuit of the white jersey.

24km

Good stat coming in: the last man over the Galibier today was Vacansoleil's Bjorn Leukemans and he was 23 minutes down on Andy Schleck. It's not looking good for the Belgian, who will surely be thrown off this evening.

25km

The Evans group catches the leaders just after the 25km-to-go banner. It's game on for the final climb. Everyone is calling for their team cars now - which could play to Basso and Voeckler's advantage- they are 1:20 down.

28km

The leaders pass the Chambon damn. The floodgates are about to open.

29km 

The yellow jersey Voeckler group has caught the Basso group, but they're still 1:43 down on the leaders. Voeckler does have a lot of team-mates with him: Jerome, Charteau and Gautier.

30km 

The gap back to the Evans group is still 24 seconds. Thankfully, Evans is getting help from both ACsar and Hesjedal on the front. After all, the Australian can't be expected to do everything...

36km 

White jersey Taaramae is riding in the yellow jersey group of Thomas Voeckler. They're about 20-strong but still two minutes down on the leaders.

37km 

Evans is pretty livid with his fellow chasers, shouting at them to come forward and lend a hand. The reality is that most of them are restocking up on liquid and gels from their team cars. Anyway, the gap is just 20 seconds now so soon Evans will be back with the big boys.

38km 

Contador takes a water bottle from the neutal water motorbike - and looks pretty unstable on the road while doing so. He may no longer be able to win the Tour, but the Spaniard will be determined to go home with a stage win - and he's always fancied winning atop Alpe d'Huez.

40km

The sun is being kept out by clouds as the riders continue their downhill trek to the bottom of Alpe d'Huez.

42km 

This is a very long descent down to Bourg d'Oisans - and they're only half way down. Have Contador and Schleck made too much effort for no returns?

44km

The nine-man Evans chasing group are going well. They are just 27 down on the leaders, who have been joined by Sanchez. Evans has ridden today and yesterday tremendously given the circumstances. The Basso group is 1:20 down while the yellow jersey group is 2:00 back. The grupetto, which includes the likes of green jersey rivals Cavendish and Rojas, is 12 minutes back, with the cut off estimated to be around 18 minutes today.

48km 

Sanchez is just 15 seconds down on the leaders, with the Evans group riding at 38 seconds. It may come back together before the final climb to Alpe d'Huez.

52km 

The Voeckler group has been joined by Sky's Geraint Thomas, which suggests Uran has popped. Europcar may lose yellow today, but they should gain white for Rolland - which is precisely why the French youngster has not stopped to help his leader.

55km

Reminder of the Galibier summit positions: 1. A Schleck, 2. Contador, 3. Costa, 4. Riblon, 5. Sanchez, 6. Hesjedal. If he's not in yellow, he'll be in polka dots tonight, Schleck.

57km 

Contador leads the descent with Schleck right in his wheel. A phrase one should be able to copy and paste a lot. They have 1:45 over Voeckler, but Sanchez isn't too far back. Garmin's Hesjedal is riding just out in front of the Evans chasing group. They have the likes of Velits, Cunego, Danielson, Casar, Jeannesson and Rolland with them.

59km

Voeckler takes a 'sticky bidon' from his team car and then immediately throws it on the road in frustration. He's losing his yellow jersey today, that's for sure. And with it, probably a place in the top five.

60km

Schleck takes the points at the top of the Col du Galibier just ahead of the tunnel on the summit. The Evans group is 34 down, Basso 1:04 down and the Voeckler group 1:35 down.

61km 

The four leaders only have 45 seconds on the Evans chasing group. The Australian is riding himself back into this Tour... Chapeau.

62km 

Anthony Charteau drops to help Voeckler, who has Jerome now as well - but Rolland continues because he's looking good for the white jersey and a top ten finish. Rolland is with Evans and Frank Schleck. They are closing in on Sanchez. Italians Cunego and Basso are further back.

62km

ATTACK: Now Evans goes! And Voeckler has popped! And none of his team-mates are waiting...

63km

ATTACK: Sanchez attacks from the 15-man chasing group.

64km 

The four leaders - which include Contador and Andy Schleck - have 1:10 over the chasing group. Evans is driving the pace, with Frank Schleck in his wheel, understandably doing nothing. Sanchez is right behind, with an exhausted Voeckler in his wheel, alongside Rolland.

64km 

Voeckler is caught by the chasing group - which is wise, because he has both Rolland and Vincent Jerome in support. Charteau as well. Evans is setting the pace, and Basso is suffering off the back!

65km 

Voeckler is pretty cooked. He's a minute down and pedalling squares. The 'peloton' is in fact the grupetto, with Evans driving a fierce pace. In fact, they're going to catch Voeckler pretty soon now.

66km 

Sylvain Chavanel is being distanced, while the white jersey Taaramae is feeling the pinch. That could be good news for Rigoberto Uran and Rolland.

66km

Voeckler's Europcar vehicle draws up alongside the yellow jersey to offer some words of encouragement. He's still a minute ahead of the peloton, but 45 seconds down on the leaders. He really needs Rolland - perhaps he should sit up and wait for the cavalry?

66km 

BMC still on the front, with Basso and Szmyd of Liquigas just behind. Then we have Frank Schleck and another Leopard Trek rider, Europcar's Pierre Rolland and the others.

67km 

Voeckler is tiring - the gap is now 45 seconds asd he catches Izagirre.

68km

Voeckler looks over and up at the leaders, who have dropped Izagirre. The Frenchman is 33 seconds behind as Schleck finally comes to the front to give Contador a hand. The peloton, with all the other GC favourites, are around 1:48 down. That makes Evans about 2:30 down on Andy Schleck - which is too much for him to make up in the time trial tomorrow.

69km 

Voeckler can see the leading five riders up ahead, who are being led by Contador, with Schleck right in his wheel. When was the last time we saw a rider defend the yellow jersey with such panache, heart and pride?

70km

Andy Schech's performance yesterday prompted out blogger Blazin' Saddles to write an apology towards the Luxembourg rider. Why not have a look?

70km

The leaders are onto the 8.5% section of the climb. Voeckler has not given up. It's on his own, but still riding at 30 seconds from the leading quintet. Incredible, inspiring stuff.

71km

Polka dot jersey Jelle Vanendert has been dropped by the peloton, which is being driven forward by Big George Hincapie.

72km

Voeckler has dropped the rest of the breakaway riders and now rides solo through the throngs of French fans, all urging him on. He's 31 seconds down, with the peloton 1:28 down on the leaders. The peloton is being led by BMC and Liquigas. Off the back rides Rabobank's Robert Gesink, who's had a horrific Tour. He was meant to win the white jersey and make the podium too... Current white jersey is, of course, Rein Taaramae of Cofidis.

73km

The leading quintet in full: Gorka Izagirre (Euskaltel), Rui Costa (Movistar), Christophe Riblon (AG2R), Andy Schleck (Leopard Trek), Alberto Contador (Saxo Bank).

74km 

Schleck is playing a canny game - he moves to the back of the group while urging the others to help out, all the time not bothering to help out Contador himself.

74km 

Now Costa slips back, forcing Schleck to move forward. Good on you, son. Voeckler is now 38 seconds down with Flecha. They have caught Duque and Koren, but passed Hoogerland.

75km 

Andy Schleck is forcing Movistar's Rui Costa forward to ride between him and Contador, who's on the front. Contador is angry that no one else is doing any work, but Schleck is sandbagging intentionally.

77km

Contador sets the early pace and quickly sheds Hoogerland from the leading group. Pineau has dropped and Voeckler rides alone 25 seconds down on the leaders. Hang on, he's caught Hoogerland and Flecha. The TV cars better watch out... The bunch is still 1:30 back.

78km

After a quick descent, the leading group are already onto the Col du Galibier (16.6km at 6.8%) for a second time in as many days – on this occasion from the "harder" opposite side.

81km

Pineau and Voeckler have formed an alliance - the QuickStep rider clearly wants to help his compatriot here - and they're only 35 seconds down at the summit. The peloton passes at 1:35 from the Contador leading group.

82km

Euskaltel's Pablo Urtasan takes the points atop the summit of the Telegraph ahead of Andy Schleck, who is the new polka dot jersey on the road. Contador takes third.

83km

It's Contador doing all the work on the front as the leading group pass the 1km-to-the-summit mark. Hoogerland is still there, as well as six others. Pineau and Voeckler are now together in a French duo. They are 31 seconds down, putting Andy Schleck in the virtual yellow jersey position.

84km 

Contador and Schleck are on the front of the leading group now. Voeckler is joined by QuickStep's Jerome Pineau, but he can't follow his compatriot. He's not too far down the road, and could make up ground on the descent, but he'll probably be caught by the bunch first - and today doesn't get any easier.

85km 

Evans and Burghardt are about to be caught by the Liquigas-pronged peloton. More has happened in the opening 25km of this stage than the whole of yesterdat's stage - and that's saying a lot.

86km 

Disaster for Evans, who needs a bike change and will have to fight his way back all over again. Meanwhile, plucky Voeckler is not giving up and is riding solo in pursuit of the leaders.

87km

Evans is off his bike! He looked to have cracked, but he must have a mechanical. Yes, he has a problem with his backwheel and needs help from Burghardt. As for Voeckler - game over. Contador and Schleck have distanced him and caught the leaders.

88km

Burghardt has joined his teammate Evans in the yellow jersey group and is trying to give him some support - but he's no help off the back, and that's just where he's gone. Once again, Contador ups the pace and Voeckler and Evans have hit the wall!

89km

Green jersey Mark Cavendish and world champion Thor Hushovd are already off the back of the bunch. Today is going to be hell for them. Cav could well be docked another 20 points, giving Rojas a 5 point lead going into the final stage to Paris. What a Tour this is - every jersey still up for grabs.

89km 

Good luck Andre: Greipel is caught by the Contador-Schleck-Voeckler-Evans group.

90km

Greipel and Burghardt have been dropped by the leading group. Cunego, Barredo and Frank Schleck have been caught by the peloton. Nicolas Roche has been dropped by the bunch after yesterday's efforts. The Contador group has about 1:15 over the bunch and are closing in on the leaders.

90km 

So, it's Contador, Schleck, Evans and Voeckler. The leaders have 1:15 on this group. Back in the bunch, it's Liquigas' Sylvester Szmyd setting the pace for Ivan Basso.

91km

Contador goes again! What an acceleration! Both Frank Schleck and Barredo can't reply. Evans and Voeckler just manage, while Andy Schleck is, of course, right in Contador's wheel.

91km 

Now Voeckler gets out of the saddle and bridges the gap. But he's isolated and the race leader is without his Europcar lieutenant Pierre Rolland. It's not Sanchez, it's the orange of Carlos Barredo (Rabobank).

92km

Cadel Evans and Samuel Sanchez manage to join the Contador-Frandy group, but yellow jersey Voeckler doesn't have an answer to this early attack.

92km

Andy Schleck has joined him, as has his teammate Daniel Navarro. Andy has Frank too. What a start to the stage!

92km

ATTACK: Alberto Contador attacks on the Col du Telegraph!! Incredible stuff.

93km

The leaders are onto the Cat.1 Col du Telegraph (11.8km at 7%). Interestingly, Saxo Bank's Chris Anker Sorensen has just attacked from the peloton - perhaps opening things up for Contador later in the stage?

94km

The yellow jersey is not the only jersey up for grabs today: it's really open in the KOM competition with current polka dot jersey Jelle Vanendert still holding a two-point gap over Samuel Sanchez, with yesterday's winner Andy Schleck just two more points further down.

95km

The gap is up to 2:45 so it looks like this one is going to stick.

100km

Those 10 riders joined the Hoogerland group so we now have 14 riding just under a minute ahead of the peloton. They are: Izagirre, Urtasun, Greipel, Iglinskiy, Costa, Gutierrez, Koren, Riblon, Flecha, Pineau, Burghardt, Buffaz, Duque and Hoogerland.

105km

Mark Cavendish (HTC) retained his green jersey despite finishing outside the time cut-off yesterday. Cavendish and half the peloton, a total of 89 riders, finished 35 minutes and 40 seconds after the day's winner, Andy Schleck of Luxembourg. Tour organisers decided to retain the 'gruppetto' in the race and according to regulations, docked Cavendish 20 points in the points classification. That means Cavendish leads Jose Rojas by just 15 points now in the standings.

106km

Vacansoleil's Hoogerland is joined by Mickael Buffaz (Cofidis), Pablo Urtasun (Euskaltel) and Marcus Burghardt (BMC). They have about eight seconds - and there are 10 other riders already in pursuit.

107km

Almost instantly, four riders break clear of the bunch. And it's that man Johnny Hoogerland who leads the way!

108km

Thomas Voeckler of France is expected to surrender, finally, his yellow jersey as the Tour reaches one of its most famous summit finishes - although the plucky Europcar man was meant to lose the maillot jersey back in the Pyrenees and it's been 10 days now, so who knows. Voeckler held on to yellow yesterday with a late rally up the Galibier, and leads stage 18 winner Andy Schleck by 15 seconds, with Frank Schleck in third, 1:08 down.

109km

If riding the Galibier once in one year wasn't enough, race organisers have decided to include the legendary climb for a second time in as many days – on this occasion from the "harder" opposite side. The HC ascent is preceded by the Cat.1 Col du Telegraphe (11.8km at 7%) and followed the 21 hairpin bends of Alpe d'Huez (13.8km at 8%).

110km

Christian Prudhomme, the erstwhile Tour director, waves the flag and they're off!

13:35

The remaining 168 riders roll through the neutral zone at the start of today's decisive stage. The sun's out and battle is about to begin...

13:20

Welcome to live coverage of stage 19 of the Tour de France - a short but brutal 110km ride from Modane Valfrejus to Alpe d'Huez.

1
France
Pierre Rolland
Europcar3h 13' 25''
2
Spain
Samuel Sánchez
Euskaltel+14''
4
Slovakia
Peter Velits
HTC - Highroad+57''
5
Australia
Cadel Evans
BMC Racing+57''
6
Belgium
Thomas De Gendt
Vacansoleil+57''
7
Italy
Damiano Cunego
Lampre+57''
8
Luxembourg
Fränk Schleck
Trek+57''
9
Luxembourg
Andy Schleck
Trek+57''
10
Canada
Ryder Hesjedal
Garmin+1' 15''
11
United States
Tom Danielson
Garmin+1' 15''
12
France
Jean Christophe Péraud
AG2R+1' 27''
13
France
Hubert Dupont
AG2R+2' 06''
14
Estonia
Rein Taaramäe
Cofidis+2' 06''
15
Italy
Ivan Basso
Cannondale+2' 06''
16
United States
Levi Leipheimer
RadioShack+2' 06''
17
France
Jérôme Coppel
Sojasun+2' 31''
18
Belgium
Kevin De Weert
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+2' 46''
19
United States
Christian Vande Velde
Garmin+3' 22''
20
France
Thomas Voeckler
Europcar+3' 22''
21
Russia
Yury Trofimov
Katyusha+3' 22''
22
France
Arnold Jeannesson
FDJ.fr+3' 22''
24
France
Blel Kadri
AG2R+3' 47''
25
France
Rémy Di Gregorio
Astana+4' 26''
26
Spain
Jesús Hernández
Tinkoff - Saxo+4' 52''
27
Netherlands
Bauke Mollema
Belkin+5' 19''
28
Germany
Christian Knees
Team Sky+5' 19''
29
France
Sébastien Minard
AG2R+5' 19''
30
Switzerland
David Loosli
Lampre+5' 41''
31
France
Sandy Casar
FDJ.fr+5' 49''
32
Belgium
Gianni Meersman
FDJ.fr+5' 49''
33
Spain
Egoi Martínez
Euskaltel+5' 49''
34
Denmark
Jakob Fuglsang
Trek+5' 49''
35
France
Jonathan Hivert
Sojasun+6' 47''
36
Spain
Gorka Verdugo
Euskaltel+7' 13''
37
Australia
Simon Gerrans
Team Sky+7' 40''
38
Netherlands
Laurens ten Dam
Belkin+8' 13''
39
France
Sylvain Chavanel
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+8' 45''
40
Spain
Gorka Izagirre
Euskaltel+8' 45''
41
Poland
Sylwester Szmyd
Cannondale+9' 47''
42
France
David Moncoutié
Cofidis+9' 47''
43
Spain
David Arroyo
Movistar+9' 47''
44
Wales
Geraint Thomas
Team Sky+9' 47''
45
Netherlands
Rob Ruijgh
Vacansoleil+10' 32''
46
France
Julien El Farès
Cofidis+10' 57''
47
Netherlands
Robert Gesink
Belkin+10' 59''
48
Portugal
Rui Costa
Movistar+12' 25''
49
Spain
Haimar Zubeldia
RadioShack+12' 28''
50
Spain
Luis León Sánchez
Belkin+12' 38''
51
France
Maxime Bouet
AG2R+12' 44''
52
Denmark
Chris Sørensen
Tinkoff - Saxo+12' 44''
53
France
Anthony Roux
FDJ.fr+12' 44''
54
France
Christophe Riblon
AG2R+12' 44''
55
Australia
Richie Porte
Tinkoff - Saxo+12' 44''
56
Slovenia
Kristjan Koren
Cannondale+12' 44''
57
Russia
Vladimir Gusev
Katyusha+12' 57''
58
Netherlands
Niki Terpstra
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+13' 04''
59
Germany
Jens Voigt
Trek+13' 06''
60
France
Anthony Charteau
Europcar+13' 55''
61
France
Perrig Quémeneur
Europcar+13' 55''
62
France
Cyril Gautier
Europcar+13' 55''
63
France
Vincent Jérôme
Europcar+13' 55''
64
Australia
Stuart O'Grady
Trek+13' 55''
65
France
Amaël Moinard
BMC Racing+13' 55''
66
Italy
Matteo Bono
Lampre+13' 55''
67
France
Jérémy Roy
FDJ.fr+13' 58''
68
Netherlands
Johnny Hoogerland
Vacansoleil+15' 30''
69
Spain
Pablo Urtasun
Euskaltel+15' 35''
70
Belgium
Philippe Gilbert
Lotto+16' 06''
71
Belgium
Jelle Vanendert
Lotto+16' 06''
72
Germany
Grischa Niermann
Belkin+16' 06''
73
Spain
Juan Antonio Flecha
Team Sky+17' 40''
74
Belgium
Maxime Monfort
Trek+17' 40''
75
Poland
Maciej Bodnar
Cannondale+17' 40''
76
Poland
Maciej Paterski
Cannondale+17' 40''
77
United States
George Hincapie
BMC Racing+17' 40''
78
Norway
Edvald Boasson Hagen
Team Sky+17' 40''
79
Switzerland
Steve Morabito
BMC Racing+17' 40''
80
Germany
Linus Gerdemann
Trek+17' 40''
81
France
Fabrice Jeandesboz
Sojasun+17' 40''
82
France
Jérôme Pineau
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+17' 45''
83
Colombia
Leonardo Duque
Cofidis+19' 07''
84
Portugal
Sérgio Paulinho
RadioShack+20' 57''
85
Spain
José Iván Gutiérrez
Movistar+25' 27''
86
France
Mickaël Delage
FDJ.fr+25' 27''
87
Italy
Marco Marcato
Vacansoleil+25' 27''
88
Germany
Sebastian Lang
Lotto+25' 27''
89
Slovenia
Grega Bole
Lampre+25' 27''
90
Italy
Alessandro Petacchi
Lampre+25' 27''
91
Spain
José Joaquín Rojas
Movistar+25' 27''
92
Norway
Thor Hushovd
Garmin+25' 27''
93
Germany
André Greipel
Lotto+25' 27''
94
France
Sébastien Turgot
Europcar+25' 27''
95
Spain
Imanol Erviti
Movistar+25' 27''
96
Germany
Marcel Sieberg
Lotto+25' 27''
97
Austria
Bernhard Eisel
HTC - Highroad+25' 27''
98
Isle of Man
Mark Cavendish
HTC - Highroad+25' 27''
99
Ireland
Nicolas Roche
AG2R+25' 27''
100
Italy
Manuel Quinziato
BMC Racing+25' 27''
101
France
Tristan Valentin
Cofidis+25' 27''
102
Netherlands
Joost Posthuma
Trek+25' 27''
103
Australia
Mark Renshaw
HTC - Highroad+25' 27''
104
France
Arnaud Coyot
Sojasun+25' 27''
105
Spain
Alán Pérez
Euskaltel+25' 27''
106
Spain
Rubén Pérez
Euskaltel+25' 27''
107
Australia
Matthew Goss
HTC - Highroad+25' 27''
108
England
Ben Swift
Team Sky+25' 27''
109
Spain
Daniel Navarro
Tinkoff - Saxo+25' 27''
110
Belgium
Romain Zingle
Cofidis+25' 27''
111
Kazakhstan
Dimitri Fofonov
Astana+25' 27''
112
Italy
Matteo Tosatto
Tinkoff - Saxo+25' 27''
113
Spain
Benjamín Noval
Tinkoff - Saxo+25' 27''
114
Switzerland
Michael Schär
BMC Racing+25' 27''
115
Belgium
Jürgen Roelandts
Lotto+25' 27''
116
France
Sébastien Hinault
AG2R+25' 27''
117
United States
Brent Bookwalter
BMC Racing+25' 27''
118
Ukraine
Andriy Grivko
Astana+25' 27''
119
France
Laurent Mangel
Sojasun+25' 27''
120
Italy
Daniel Oss
Cannondale+25' 27''
121
Netherlands
Addy Engels
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+25' 27''
122
United States
Tejay van Garderen
HTC - Highroad+25' 27''
123
Italy
Paolo Longo Borghini
Cannondale+25' 27''
124
Spain
Xabier Zandio
Team Sky+25' 27''
125
Kazakhstan
Andrey Zeits
Astana+25' 27''
126
France
Arthur Vichot
FDJ.fr+25' 27''
127
Russia
Mikhail Ignatiev
Katyusha+25' 27''
128
France
Yannick Talabardon
Sojasun+25' 27''
129
Denmark
Nicki Sørensen
Tinkoff - Saxo+25' 27''
130
France
Anthony Delaplace
Sojasun+25' 27''
131
Italy
Adriano Malori
Lampre+25' 27''
132
Czech Republic
Roman Kreuziger
Astana+25' 27''
133
Netherlands
Lieuwe Westra
Vacansoleil+25' 27''
134
Lithuania
Tomas Vaitkus
Astana+25' 27''
135
Germany
Danilo Hondo
Lampre+25' 27''
136
France
Samuel Dumoulin
Cofidis+25' 27''
137
Italy
Ivan Santaromita
BMC Racing+25' 27''
138
Colombia
Rigoberto Urán
Team Sky+25' 27''
139
Denmark
Lars Bak
HTC - Highroad+25' 27''
140
Spain
Markel Irizar
RadioShack+25' 27''
141
Russia
Egor Silin
Katyusha+25' 27''
142
France
Jérémie Galland
Sojasun+25' 27''
143
France
Mickaël Buffaz
Cofidis+25' 27''
144
Lithuania
Ramunas Navardauskas
Garmin+25' 27''
145
Germany
Markus Burghardt
BMC Racing+25' 27''
146
Italy
Fabio Sabatini
Cannondale+25' 27''
147
Kazakhstan
Dimitri Muravyev
RadioShack+25' 27''
148
France
Jimmy Engoulvent
Sojasun+25' 27''
149
Russia
Vladimir Karpets
Katyusha+25' 27''
150
France
Tony Gallopin
Cofidis+25' 27''
151
Ukraine
Denys Kostyuk
Lampre+25' 27''
152
Switzerland
Fabian Cancellara
Trek+25' 27''
153
France
Yohann Gène
Europcar+25' 27''
154
United States
Tyler Farrar
Garmin+25' 27''
155
Kazakhstan
Maxim Iglinskiy
Astana+25' 27''
156
Denmark
Brian Vandborg
Tinkoff - Saxo+25' 27''
157
Costa Rica
Andrey Amador
Movistar+25' 27''
158
Germany
Gerald Ciolek
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+25' 27''
159
Belgium
Dries Devenyns
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+25' 27''
160
Netherlands
Maarten Tjallingii
Belkin+25' 27''
161
Spain
Francisco Ventoso
Movistar+25' 27''
162
Slovenia
Borut Božic
Vacansoleil+25' 27''
163
Germany
Tony Martin
HTC - Highroad+25' 27''
164
Italy
Alessandro Vanotti
Cannondale+25' 27''
165
New Zealand
Julian Dean
Garmin+25' 27''
166
Belgium
Björn Leukemans
VacansoleilOTL
166
United States
Danny Pate
HTC - Highroad+25' 27''
167
Spain
Alberto Contador
Tinkoff - Saxo+23 (DSQ)
167
Scotland
David Millar
Garmin+25' 27''
168
Spain
Carlos Barredo
Belkin+3' 34 (DSQ)
 RiderTeamTime
1
Australia
Cadel Evans
 
BMC Racing86h 12' 22''
2
Luxembourg
Andy Schleck
Trek+1' 34''
3
Luxembourg
Fränk Schleck
Trek+2' 30''
4
France
Thomas Voeckler
Europcar+3' 20''
5
Spain
Samuel Sánchez
 
Euskaltel+4' 55''
6
Italy
Damiano Cunego
Lampre+6' 05''
7
Italy
Ivan Basso
Cannondale+7' 23''
8
United States
Tom Danielson
Garmin+8' 15''
9
France
Jean Christophe Péraud
AG2R+10' 11''
10
France
Pierre Rolland
 
Europcar+10' 43''
11
Estonia
Rein Taaramäe
Cofidis+11' 29''
12
Belgium
Kevin De Weert
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+16' 29''
13
France
Jérôme Coppel
Sojasun+18' 36''
14
France
Arnold Jeannesson
FDJ.fr+21' 20''
15
Spain
Haimar Zubeldia
RadioShack+26' 23''
16
United States
Christian Vande Velde
Garmin+27' 12''
17
Canada
Ryder Hesjedal
Garmin+27' 14''
18
Slovakia
Peter Velits
HTC - Highroad+28' 54''
19
Belgium
Jelle Vanendert
Lotto+32' 41''
20
Netherlands
Rob Ruijgh
Vacansoleil+33' 04''
22
France
Hubert Dupont
AG2R+36' 54''
23
Russia
Vladimir Gusev
Katyusha+42' 26''
24
Colombia
Rigoberto Urán
Team Sky+42' 48''
25
Spain
Gorka Verdugo
Euskaltel+43' 06''
26
Ireland
Nicolas Roche
AG2R+46' 23''
27
France
Sandy Casar
FDJ.fr+50' 28''
28
Russia
Vladimir Karpets
Katyusha+52' 25''
29
Belgium
Maxime Monfort
Trek+53' 16''
30
Russia
Yury Trofimov
Katyusha+56' 46''
31
Wales
Geraint Thomas
Team Sky+1h 00' 48''
32
United States
Levi Leipheimer
RadioShack+1h 03' 58''
33
Netherlands
Robert Gesink
Belkin+1h 05' 09''
34
Spain
Egoi Martínez
Euskaltel+1h 08' 28''
36
Spain
David Arroyo
Movistar+1h 14' 40''
37
Denmark
Chris Sørensen
Tinkoff - Saxo+1h 14' 42''
38
Belgium
Philippe Gilbert
Lotto+1h 14' 51''
39
France
Rémy Di Gregorio
Astana+1h 22' 04''
40
France
Julien El Farès
Cofidis+1h 24' 21''
41
France
David Moncoutié
Cofidis+1h 25' 25''
42
Poland
Sylwester Szmyd
Cannondale+1h 25' 37''
43
France
Cyril Gautier
Europcar+1h 27' 43''
44
Germany
Tony Martin
HTC - Highroad+1h 30' 56''
45
Kazakhstan
Andrey Zeits
Astana+1h 31' 48''
46
Belgium
Dries Devenyns
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+1h 34' 06''
47
France
Yannick Talabardon
Sojasun+1h 34' 51''
48
Spain
Xabier Zandio
Team Sky+1h 35' 18''
49
Switzerland
Steve Morabito
BMC Racing+1h 37' 57''
50
Denmark
Jakob Fuglsang
Trek+1h 39' 58''
51
France
Christophe Riblon
AG2R+1h 43' 47''
52
France
Anthony Charteau
Europcar+1h 43' 49''
53
Norway
Edvald Boasson Hagen
Team Sky+1h 44' 39''
54
France
Jérôme Pineau
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+1h 44' 41''
55
France
Maxime Bouet
AG2R+1h 44' 45''
56
United States
George Hincapie
BMC Racing+1h 45' 16''
57
Spain
Luis León Sánchez
Belkin+1h 46' 09''
58
Netherlands
Laurens ten Dam
Belkin+1h 47' 02''
59
Switzerland
David Loosli
Lampre+1h 51' 08''
60
Germany
Linus Gerdemann
Trek+1h 51' 19''
61
France
Sylvain Chavanel
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+1h 52' 21''
62
Spain
Daniel Navarro
Tinkoff - Saxo+1h 53' 22''
63
Belgium
Thomas De Gendt
Vacansoleil+1h 54' 11''
64
Germany
Christian Knees
Team Sky+1h 56' 12''
65
France
Amaël Moinard
BMC Racing+1h 58' 43''
66
Spain
Gorka Izagirre
Euskaltel+1h 59' 47''
67
Germany
Jens Voigt
Trek+1h 59' 56''
68
Norway
Thor Hushovd
Garmin+2h 03' 15''
69
Poland
Maciej Paterski
Cannondale+2h 03' 56''
70
Netherlands
Bauke Mollema
Belkin+2h 06' 35''
71
Germany
Grischa Niermann
Belkin+2h 07' 26''
72
Australia
Richie Porte
Tinkoff - Saxo+2h 09' 24''
73
Russia
Egor Silin
Katyusha+2h 10' 05''
74
Netherlands
Johnny Hoogerland
Vacansoleil+2h 11' 51''
75
Spain
Rubén Pérez
Euskaltel+2h 12' 28''
76
Scotland
David Millar
Garmin+2h 14' 56''
77
Belgium
Gianni Meersman
FDJ.fr+2h 17' 27''
78
Australia
Stuart O'Grady
Trek+2h 17' 58''
79
France
Tony Gallopin
Cofidis+2h 18' 19''
80
Spain
José Joaquín Rojas
Movistar+2h 22' 54''
81
Portugal
Sérgio Paulinho
RadioShack+2h 24' 29''
82
United States
Tejay van Garderen
HTC - Highroad+2h 25' 49''
83
Italy
Ivan Santaromita
BMC Racing+2h 27' 12''
84
Spain
Markel Irizar
RadioShack+2h 27' 13''
85
Belgium
Jürgen Roelandts
Lotto+2h 27' 28''
86
France
Jérémy Roy
 
FDJ.fr+2h 28' 27''
87
Slovenia
Kristjan Koren
Cannondale+2h 29' 24''
88
Spain
Imanol Erviti
Movistar+2h 29' 47''
89
Italy
Marco Marcato
Vacansoleil+2h 30' 09''
90
Portugal
Rui Costa
Movistar+2h 31' 34''
91
Italy
Adriano Malori
Lampre+2h 31' 47''
92
Spain
Jesús Hernández
Tinkoff - Saxo+2h 32' 00''
93
Italy
Matteo Bono
Lampre+2h 35' 45''
94
Spain
Alán Pérez
Euskaltel+2h 36' 14''
95
Denmark
Nicki Sørensen
Tinkoff - Saxo+2h 36' 26''
96
Australia
Simon Gerrans
Team Sky+2h 37' 25''
97
France
Jonathan Hivert
Sojasun+2h 37' 37''
98
Spain
Juan Antonio Flecha
Team Sky+2h 41' 04''
99
Netherlands
Maarten Tjallingii
Belkin+2h 41' 41''
100
Italy
Daniel Oss
Cannondale+2h 47' 07''
101
France
Anthony Roux
FDJ.fr+2h 47' 49''
102
Spain
José Iván Gutiérrez
Movistar+2h 49' 23''
103
Switzerland
Michael Schär
BMC Racing+2h 49' 37''
104
France
Arthur Vichot
FDJ.fr+2h 49' 49''
105
Kazakhstan
Maxim Iglinskiy
Astana+2h 53' 50''
106
Kazakhstan
Dimitri Fofonov
Astana+2h 53' 59''
107
Italy
Alessandro Petacchi
Lampre+2h 54' 20''
108
Netherlands
Joost Posthuma
Trek+2h 55' 25''
109
Germany
Danilo Hondo
Lampre+3h 00' 00''
110
France
Sébastien Minard
AG2R+3h 00' 04''
111
France
Sébastien Hinault
AG2R+3h 00' 44''
112
Czech Republic
Roman Kreuziger
Astana+3h 00' 59''
113
Germany
Sebastian Lang
Lotto+3h 01' 51''
114
United States
Brent Bookwalter
BMC Racing+3h 03' 47''
115
Italy
Manuel Quinziato
BMC Racing+3h 04' 47''
116
Spain
Benjamín Noval
Tinkoff - Saxo+3h 06' 29''
117
France
Blel Kadri
AG2R+3h 07' 07''
118
France
Tristan Valentin
Cofidis+3h 07' 10''
119
Switzerland
Fabian Cancellara
Trek+3h 07' 31''
120
France
Sébastien Turgot
Europcar+3h 08' 34''
121
Colombia
Leonardo Duque
Cofidis+3h 08' 41''
122
France
Laurent Mangel
Sojasun+3h 10' 19''
123
Italy
Matteo Tosatto
Tinkoff - Saxo+3h 10' 36''
124
France
Fabrice Jeandesboz
Sojasun+3h 11' 47''
125
Denmark
Brian Vandborg
Tinkoff - Saxo+3h 13' 43''
126
Italy
Paolo Longo Borghini
Cannondale+3h 13' 44''
127
Slovenia
Grega Bole
Lampre+3h 14' 15''
128
Netherlands
Lieuwe Westra
Vacansoleil+3h 14' 15''
129
Kazakhstan
Dimitri Muravyev
RadioShack+3h 14' 29''
130
Isle of Man
Mark Cavendish
 
HTC - Highroad+3h 15' 05''
131
France
Mickaël Buffaz
Cofidis+3h 15' 12''
132
France
Mickaël Delage
FDJ.fr+3h 15' 39''
133
Italy
Alessandro Vanotti
Cannondale+3h 16' 00''
134
Netherlands
Niki Terpstra
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+3h 16' 38''
135
France
Anthony Delaplace
Sojasun+3h 16' 58''
136
Slovenia
Borut Božic
Vacansoleil+3h 17' 11''
137
England
Ben Swift
Team Sky+3h 18' 07''
138
France
Jérémie Galland
Sojasun+3h 19' 46''
139
Spain
Francisco Ventoso
Movistar+3h 20' 02''
140
Lithuania
Tomas Vaitkus
Astana+3h 20' 07''
141
Germany
Marcel Sieberg
Lotto+3h 21' 39''
142
Australia
Matthew Goss
HTC - Highroad+3h 22' 32''
143
Poland
Maciej Bodnar
Cannondale+3h 23' 30''
144
Ukraine
Andriy Grivko
Astana+3h 26' 22''
145
New Zealand
Julian Dean
Garmin+3h 28' 00''
146
Netherlands
Addy Engels
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+3h 29' 04''
147
Russia
Mikhail Ignatiev
Katyusha+3h 29' 07''
148
France
Arnaud Coyot
Sojasun+3h 29' 20''
149
Spain
Pablo Urtasun
Euskaltel+3h 30' 17''
150
Germany
Gerald Ciolek
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+3h 30' 22''
151
France
Perrig Quémeneur
Europcar+3h 30' 35''
152
Belgium
Romain Zingle
Cofidis+3h 31' 30''
153
Ukraine
Denys Kostyuk
Lampre+3h 31' 42''
154
Denmark
Lars Bak
HTC - Highroad+3h 33' 25''
155
France
Vincent Jérôme
Europcar+3h 34' 37''
156
Germany
André Greipel
Lotto+3h 35' 04''
157
Lithuania
Ramunas Navardauskas
Garmin+3h 36' 53''
158
France
Yohann Gène
Europcar+3h 38' 13''
159
United States
Tyler Farrar
Garmin+3h 38' 32''
160
France
Jimmy Engoulvent
Sojasun+3h 38' 34''
161
Austria
Bernhard Eisel
HTC - Highroad+3h 39' 56''
162
France
Samuel Dumoulin
Cofidis+3h 43' 17''
163
Australia
Mark Renshaw
HTC - Highroad+3h 44' 00''
164
Germany
Markus Burghardt
BMC Racing+3h 44' 08''
165
United States
Danny Pate
HTC - Highroad+3h 45' 26''
166
Costa Rica
Andrey Amador
Movistar+3h 54' 35''
167
Italy
Fabio Sabatini
Cannondale+3h 57' 43''
0
Spain
Alberto Contador
Tinkoff - Saxo+3' 57''
0
Spain
Carlos Barredo
Belkin+1h 12' 58''
 Team Time
1Garmin 258h 18' 49''
2Trek +11' 04''
3AG2R +11' 20''
4Europcar +41' 53''
5Euskaltel +52' 00''
6Team Sky +58' 24''
7Katyusha +1h 09' 39''
8Tinkoff - Saxo +1h 16' 12''
9FDJ.fr +1h 30' 16''
10Cofidis +1h 47' 29''
11RadioShack +1h 52' 31''
12Omega Pharma - Quick-Step +1h 57' 10''
13Vacansoleil +2h 09' 10''
14BMC Racing +2h 12' 10''
15Belkin +2h 14' 01''
16Cannondale +2h 20' 05''
17Sojasun +2h 38' 05''
18Lampre +2h 44' 36''
19Astana +2h 48' 21''
20Lotto +3h 02' 28''
21HTC - Highroad +3h 12' 07''
22Movistar +3h 49' 51''
 RiderTeamPoints
1
Isle of Man
Mark Cavendish
 
HTC - Highroad334
2
Spain
José Joaquín Rojas
Movistar272
3
Belgium
Philippe Gilbert
Lotto236
4
Australia
Cadel Evans
 
BMC Racing208
5
Norway
Thor Hushovd
Garmin195
6
Norway
Edvald Boasson Hagen
Team Sky192
7
Germany
André Greipel
Lotto160
8
United States
Tyler Farrar
Garmin127
9
Spain
Samuel Sánchez
 
Euskaltel105
11
France
Jérémy Roy
 
FDJ.fr104
12
Luxembourg
Fränk Schleck
Trek94
13
France
Mickaël Delage
FDJ.fr82
14
France
Thomas Voeckler
Europcar81
15
Luxembourg
Andy Schleck
Trek74
16
Canada
Ryder Hesjedal
Garmin73
17
France
Sandy Casar
FDJ.fr70
18
Wales
Geraint Thomas
Team Sky68
19
Slovenia
Borut Božic
Vacansoleil66
20
France
Sébastien Hinault
AG2R64
21
Slovakia
Peter Velits
HTC - Highroad60
22
France
Pierre Rolland
 
Europcar59
23
Italy
Damiano Cunego
Lampre57
24
France
Arnold Jeannesson
FDJ.fr57
25
Italy
Alessandro Petacchi
Lampre56
26
Belgium
Jelle Vanendert
Lotto51
27
France
Christophe Riblon
AG2R49
28
Germany
Tony Martin
HTC - Highroad47
29
Italy
Daniel Oss
Cannondale46
30
Italy
Ivan Basso
Cannondale45
31
France
Julien El Farès
Cofidis45
32
France
David Moncoutié
Cofidis44
33
Estonia
Rein Taaramäe
Cofidis43
34
Portugal
Rui Costa
Movistar41
35
Colombia
Leonardo Duque
Cofidis41
36
Spain
Rubén Pérez
Euskaltel41
37
Spain
Francisco Ventoso
Movistar39
38
Belgium
Dries Devenyns
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step37
39
United States
Tom Danielson
Garmin35
40
Netherlands
Johnny Hoogerland
Vacansoleil31
41
Colombia
Rigoberto Urán
Team Sky26
42
France
Maxime Bouet
AG2R26
43
Belgium
Thomas De Gendt
Vacansoleil26
44
France
Anthony Delaplace
Sojasun26
45
Spain
Luis León Sánchez
Belkin25
46
Australia
Matthew Goss
HTC - Highroad25
47
France
Jean Christophe Péraud
AG2R23
48
Belgium
Gianni Meersman
FDJ.fr23
49
France
Jimmy Engoulvent
Sojasun23
50
Netherlands
Bauke Mollema
Belkin22
51
Netherlands
Maarten Tjallingii
Belkin22
52
France
Sébastien Turgot
Europcar20
53
France
Rémy Di Gregorio
Astana17
54
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Euskaltel17
55
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Omega Pharma - Quick-Step16
56
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Garmin15
57
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Sérgio Paulinho
RadioShack15
58
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Vladimir Gusev
Katyusha14
59
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Mark Renshaw
HTC - Highroad14
60
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Anthony Charteau
Europcar13
61
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Euskaltel13
62
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AG2R13
63
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Vacansoleil12
64
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Astana12
65
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Vacansoleil12
66
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Arthur Vichot
FDJ.fr11
67
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Maxime Monfort
Trek11
68
France
Tony Gallopin
Cofidis8
69
France
Jérôme Pineau
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step7
70
Netherlands
Niki Terpstra
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step6
71
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Kristjan Koren
Cannondale5
72
Spain
José Iván Gutiérrez
Movistar5
73
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Sojasun5
74
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Omega Pharma - Quick-Step4
75
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Trek4
76
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Jens Voigt
Trek3
77
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Levi Leipheimer
RadioShack2
78
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BMC Racing1
79
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BMC Racing1
80
France
Anthony Roux
FDJ.fr0
81
France
Hubert Dupont
AG2R-1
82
France
Sylvain Chavanel
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step-1
83
Spain
Imanol Erviti
Movistar-1
84
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Julian Dean
Garmin-2
85
Russia
Mikhail Ignatiev
Katyusha-2
86
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Maciej Paterski
Cannondale-3
87
Spain
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Team Sky-3
88
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Trek-3
89
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Trek-4
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AG2R-4
91
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Europcar-5
92
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Sojasun-5
93
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Europcar-5
94
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Cofidis-5
95
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RadioShack-7
96
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98
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Trek-9
99
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Trek-10
100
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Sojasun-10
101
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BMC Racing-10
102
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Team Sky-10
103
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RadioShack-11
104
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Team Sky-12
105
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Astana-12
106
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Garmin-12
107
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Tristan Valentin
Cofidis-13
108
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Tomas Vaitkus
Astana-14
109
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Europcar-14
110
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Nicolas Roche
AG2R-15
111
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Andriy Grivko
Astana-15
112
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Cannondale-17
113
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Euskaltel-18
114
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Astana-18
115
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Sojasun-20
116
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Vladimir Karpets
Katyusha-20
117
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Andrey Zeits
Astana-20
118
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Daniel Navarro
Tinkoff - Saxo-20
119
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Team Sky-20
120
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Belkin-20
121
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Katyusha-20
122
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BMC Racing-20
123
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Team Sky-20
124
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BMC Racing-20
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Garmin-23
126
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Lampre-24
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HTC - Highroad-26
128
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HTC - Highroad-27
129
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Lampre-27
130
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RadioShack-28
131
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Romain Zingle
Cofidis-29
132
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Omega Pharma - Quick-Step-31
133
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Lampre-33
134
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Manuel Quinziato
BMC Racing-37
135
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Markus Burghardt
BMC Racing-37
136
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Cannondale-38
137
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Movistar-38
138
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Lotto-39
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Cannondale-39
140
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141
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Tinkoff - Saxo-40
142
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Lotto-40
143
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Benjamín Noval
Tinkoff - Saxo-40
144
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Matteo Tosatto
Tinkoff - Saxo-40
145
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Brian Vandborg
Tinkoff - Saxo-40
146
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Cofidis-40
147
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Jérémie Galland
Sojasun-40
148
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Lotto-40
149
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Sojasun-40
150
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Lampre-40
151
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Yohann Gène
Europcar-40
152
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HTC - Highroad-40
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7
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8
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Pierre Rolland
 
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Astana40
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Vacansoleil40
11
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Sylvain Chavanel
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step38
12
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Ivan Basso
Cannondale32
13
Spain
Rubén Pérez
Euskaltel26
14
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Thomas Voeckler
Europcar25
15
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Maxime Monfort
Trek20
16
Belgium
Dries Devenyns
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step20
17
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Sandy Casar
FDJ.fr19
18
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Gorka Izagirre
Euskaltel18
19
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Team Sky18
20
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AG2R18
21
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FDJ.fr17
22
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23
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HTC - Highroad16
24
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AG2R16
25
France
David Moncoutié
Cofidis16
26
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Garmin14
27
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AG2R13
28
France
Julien El Farès
Cofidis12
29
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Laurent Mangel
Sojasun10
30
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Belkin10
31
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Team Sky9
32
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Anthony Charteau
Europcar9
33
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Katyusha8
34
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36
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37
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Katyusha6
38
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HTC - Highroad5
39
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Marco Marcato
Vacansoleil5
40
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Astana4
41
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Jérôme Pineau
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step4
42
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Thomas De Gendt
Vacansoleil4
43
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Sojasun4
44
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Team Sky4
45
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Astana4
46
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Euskaltel4
48
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FDJ.fr3
49
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Lotto2
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51
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Sojasun2
52
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53
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Garmin2
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FDJ.fr2
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Astana2
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Katyusha1
59
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Cyril Gautier
Europcar1
60
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HTC - Highroad1
61
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José Iván Gutiérrez
Movistar1
62
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Sébastien Minard
AG2R1
63
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Niki Terpstra
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step1
64
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Andriy Grivko
Astana1
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Alberto Contador
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