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June 5/10 22:25 pm - Nations Cup-Ville de Saguenay - Stage 3


Posted by Editoress on 06/5/10
 

Ville de Saguenay - Stage 3 In cold and wet conditions, last year's Coupe des Nations-Ville de Saguenay overall winner Johan Lebon grabbed the third stage with a brilliant solo move 14 kilometres from the finish line. The Frenchman crossed the finish line of the 141 kilometre long with a time of 3:36:22, 22 seconds ahead of second place Marcel Meisen of Germany. The Brittany based rider felt like this was a sweet revenge after his previous day disappointment "Yesterday, I felt like the whole field was racing against me and I lost a lot of time due to frustration. So I am delighted that I could show what I am capable of today with a solo win"

 

Boily

David Boily and Miras Bederbekov were on a long break

 

Slovenian Luka Mezgec managed to resist numerous attacks from the Colombian team, and was able limit his losses in the last kilometre in order to grab the yellow leader jersey. Meanwhile, overnight leader Daniel Teklehaimanot of Eritrea lost over 16 minutes, suffering from the cold and wet conditions. Mezgec now holds a lead of 16 seconds over Colombian Camilo Suarez. Arnaud Papillon of Canada moved up to fourth place overall, while David Boily leads the King of the Mountain Classification.

 

peloton

The peloton

 

The best North American of the day was again Canadian Arnaud Papillon in eighth place, 33 seconds down on Lebon. More importantly, the Longueuil (Quebec) based rider moved up to fourth overall, only 19 seconds down on Mezgec. "I felt better as the race went on, and I have to thank my teammates from the national team for helping me getting into good position at the foot of the hill. I feel good, and will surely give a good fight tomorrow to climb on the overall podium"

Canada's David Boily was very active at the front, escaping with Kazak Miras Bederbekov for over 100 kilometres. He also grabbed the King of the Mountain competition lead and will wear the polka dot jersey tomorrow. "I was angry at myself for missing the winning move yesterday, so I just decided to attack today and see what happens. I was hoping a group would catch us, something that did happen after a 100 kilometres, but the pack reacted and we got caught with about 30 kilometres to go. I feel good and will try to get on the attack tomorrow again to defend my jersey and for a stage result."

 

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Stage winner Johan Lebon

 

Tomorrow will be the final stage of the four day event, a 128 kilometre battle in the streets of Chicoutimi.

 

Stage 3: Kénogamie RR, 141 km
1 Johan Lebon (Fra) France 3:36:22
2 Marcel Meisen (Ger) Germany at 0:22
3 Jarlinson Pantano (Col) Colombia
4 Nikita Umerbekov (Kaz) Kazakhstan
5 Camilo Andres Suarez (Col) Colombia all s.t.
6 Jhon Darwin Atapuma (Col) Colombia 0:27
7 Arnaud Demare (Fra) France 0:33
8 Arnaud Papillon (Can) Canada B
9 Marek Canecky (Svk) UCI Mixed Team
10 Christopher Juul-Jensen (Den) Denmark
11 Luka Mezgec (Slo) Slovenia
12 Hugo Houle (Can) Canada B
13 Arnaud Courteille (Fra) France
14 Gabor Kasa (Srb) UCI Mixed Team
15 Nairo Alexander Quintana (Col) Colombia all s.t.
16 Andi Bajc (Slo) Slovenia 0:39
17 Blaz Furdi (Slo) Slovenia 0:42
18 Johan Chaves (Col) Colombia 0:49
19 Carson Miller (USA) USA
20 Pelle Clapp (Den) Denmark
21 Marcus Christie (Irl) Ireland
22 Gavin Mannion (USA) USA
23 Ki Ho Choi (HKg) UCI Mixed Team
24 Geoffrey Soupe (Fra) France
25 Joël Zangerle (Lux) Luxembourg all s.t.
26 Keir Plaice (Can) Canada A 0:57
27 Hugo Sebastian Salazar (Col) Colombia
28 Arman Kamyshev (Kaz) Kazakhstan
29 Daniil Fominykh (Kaz) Kazakhstan
30 Benjamin King (USA) USA
31 Sebastian Lander (Den) Denmark
32 Pierrick Naud (Can) Canada B
33 Ricky Jørgensen (Den) Denmark
34 Vladislav Gorbunov (Kaz) Kazakhstan
35 Matteo Dal-Cin (Can) Canada B
36 TOM Thill (Lux ) Luxembourg
37 Yevgeniy Pelyaikin (Kaz) Kazakhstan
38 Corey Farrell (USA) USA all s.t.
39 Mads Meyer (Den) Denmark 1:07
40 Ramon Carretero (Pan) Panama
41 Michael Joanisse (Can) Canada A both s.t.
42 David Boily (Can) Canada A 1:14
43 Mathieu Desniou (Fra) France s.t.
44 Miras Bederbekov (Kaz) Kazakhstan 1:26
45 Spencer Smitheman (Can) Canada A s.t.
46 Jan Tratnik (Slo) Slovenia 3:43
47 Blaz Jarc (Slo) Slovenia 6:46
48 Nicki Rasmussen (Den) Denmark
49 Cole House (USA) USA
50 Yannick Meyer (Ger) Germany
51 Simon Lambert-Lemay (Can) Canada B
52 Sascha Weber (Ger) Germany
53 Philipp Ries (Ger) Germany all s.t.
54 Jamie Riggs (Can) Canada A 9:03
55 Armindo Fonseca (Fra) France 14:22
56 Jorge Castillo (Pan) Panama 15:21
57 Ivo Lux (Lux) Luxembourg 16:17
58 Fabian Danner (Ger) Germany
59 Youheni Patenko (Blr) UCI Mixed Team
60 Daniel Teklehaimanot (Eri) UCI Mixed Team all s.t.
61 Mike Willam (Ger) Germany 18:48
62 Tom Schanen (Lux) Luxembourg 18:52
DNF Antoine Duchesne (Can) Canada B
DNF Sam Bennet (Irl) Ireland
DNF Charles Prendergast (Irl) Ireland
DNF Philip Lavery (Irl) Ireland
DNF Jose De Leon (Pan) Panama
DNF Fabian Pino (Pan) Panama
DNF Chan Jea Jang (Kor) UCI Mixed Team
 
GC
1 Luka Mezgec (Slo) Slovenia 10:20:04
2 Camilo Andres Suarez (Col) Colombia at 0:16
3 Arnaud Courteille (Fra) France 0:18
4 Arnaud Papillon (Can) Canada B 0:19
5 Christopher Juul-Jensen (Den) Denmark 0:20
6 Ki Ho Choi (HKg) UCI Mixed Team 0:32
7 Arman Kamyshev (Kaz) Kazakhstan 0:36
8 Benjamin King (USA) USA 0:40
9 Marek Canecky (Svk) UCI Mixed Team 0:41
10 Carson Miller (USA) USA 0:54
11 Geoffrey Soupe (Fra) France 1:09
12 Jarlinson Pantano (Col) Colombia 1:18
13 Nairo Alexander Quintana (Col) Colombia 1:33
14 Gabor Kasa (Srb) UCI Mixed Team 1:33
15 Blaz Furdi (Slo) Slovenia 1:42
16 Johan Chaves (Col) Colombia 1:49
17 Hugo Sebastian Salazar (Col) Colombia 3:24
18 Yevgeniy Pelyaikin (Kaz) Kazakhstan 3:28
19 David Boily (Can) Canada A 3:36
20 Ricky Jørgensen (Den) Denmark 3:37
21 Mathieu Desniou (Fra) France 3:38
22 Andi Bajc (Slo) Slovenia 5:51
23 Joël Zangerle (Lux) Luxembourg 6:01
24 Daniil Fominykh (Kaz) Kazakhstan 6:09
25 Pierrick Naud (Can) Canada B 6:09
26 Hugo Houle (Can) Canada B 6:11
27 Michael Joanisse (Can) Canada A 6:19
28 Mads Meyer (Den) Denmark 6:19
29 Blaz Jarc (Slo) Slovenia 6:41
30 Nicki Rasmussen (Den) Denmark 9:10
31 Keir Plaice (Can) Canada A 10:05
32 Matteo Dal-Cin (Can) Canada B 10:10
33 Simon Lambert-Lemay (Can) Canada B 11:58
34 Sascha Weber (Ger) Germany 11:58
35 Marcus Christie (Irl) Ireland 12:12
36 Ramon Carretero (Pan) Panama 14:09
37 Johan Lebon (Fra) France 14:23
38 Marcel Meisen (Ger) Germany 14:50
39 Miras Bederbekov (Kaz) Kazakhstan 14:55
40 Nikita Umerbekov (Kaz) Kazakhstan 14:56
41 Jhon Darwin Atapuma (Col) Colombia 15:01
42 Arnaud Demare (Fra) France 15:06
43 Sebastian Lander (Den) Denmark 15:21
44 Gavin Mannion (USA) USA 15:23
45 Pelle Clapp (Den) Denmark 15:23
46 Tom Thill (Lux ) Luxembourg 15:31
47 Vladislav Gorbunov (Kaz) Kazakhstan 15:31
48 Corey Farrell (USA) USA 15:31
49 Daniel Teklehaimanot (Eri) UCI Mixed Team 15:35
50 Spencer Smitheman (Can) Canada A 16:00
51 Cole House (USA) USA 16:13
52 Jan Tratnik (Slo) Slovenia 18:17
53 Youheni Patenko (Blr) UCI Mixed Team 18:41
54 Philipp Ries (Ger) Germany 21:14
55 Yannick Meyer (Ger) Germany 21:20
56 Armindo Fonseca (Fra) France 28:56
57 Jamie Riggs (Can) Canada A 29:51
58 Jorge Castillo (Pan) Panama 29:55
59 Ivo Lux (Lux) Luxembourg 30:51
60 Fabian Danner (Ger) Germany 30:51
61 Mike Willam (Ger) Germany 33:22
62 Tom Schanen (Lux) Luxembourg 33:26

 

 


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