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February 18/08 10:49 am - Tour of California: Stage 1 photos, report and full results

Posted by Editoress on 02/18/08

Tour of California


JJ Haedo burst into prominence two years ago on stage one of the Amgen Tour of California (AToC) when he won the Sausalito to Santa Rosa stage, and today he repeated his victory to give CSC its second consecutive stage win, plus take the Points Jersey to go along with Fabian Cancellara's Yellow Jersey. Canadian Dominique Rollin (Toyota United) finished just off the podium in fourth place, and moved up to 18th in the overall standings.

The 156 kilometre stage took the riders from the shores of the San Francisco Bay in downtown Sausalito and headed north along the spectacular Pacific coast and through Point Reyes National Park, before turning inland for an eastern run to Santa Rosa, where the stage finished with three laps of a five kilometre circuit.

Although it was expected to be a sprinters finish, there were four significant climbs in the first 40 kilometres, with the main Category 3 climb on Coleman Valley Road at just over 100 kilometres. These proved to be enough to split the field up so that only a little more than half came into Santa Rosa in the front group.

The sprinters weren't helped by a solo attack from Jackson Stewart (BMC Racing) 27 kilometres into the stage, that lasted over 100 kilometres. Stewart stretched his lead to a maximum of 13 minutes, and crested the last climb still nearly nine minutes up, forcing the teams to chase, shredding the field.

"It didn't go exactly as planned," said Stewart. "We wanted to be aggressive and in moves, but we didn't plan on me being alone...."

Stewart was scooped up on the run into Santa Rosa, and almost immediately dropped. However, his day was complete, with the KoM and Most Aggressive Rider jerseys.

A group of approximately 40 crested the main climb together, with another 30 rejoining on the narrow descent, however, among those who didn't make the cut were Mario Cipollini (Rock Racing), Mark Cavendish (High Road) and Edvald Boasson Hagen (High Road).

Both Cavendish and Hagen were high on General Classification, so Slipstream was one of the teams driving the pace to support their GC hope Tyler Farrar. Quick Step was also at the front to set things up for Tom Boonen. Slipstream was in a possible position to take over the lead, after Farrar took intermediate time bonuses of three seconds, putting him only two seconds behind Cancellara - and both Cancellara and Boonen were part of the group that had to chase back on after the main climb. However, Slipstream's plans did not come to fruition when Farrar couldn't manage better than sixth in the final sprint.

Quick Step looked to be in good position for the final, when disaster struck on the last lap. High Road's George Hincapie went down after touching wheels, and Boonen was right behind him. Hincapie came rolling in minutes behind, but was given the same time as the peloton since the crash happened in the final three kilometres.

The Belgian managed to avoid going down, but was out of luck for contesting the sprint. The team tried to revise their plan and support Paolo Bettini, but it was too little and too late.

Haedo, on the other hand, had almost too good a lead out from race leader Cancellara. "The whole team was involved in the last lap; Jason (McCartney) took the front, then Karsten (Kroon) and Bobby (Julich). Fabian put me in a really good position, but I have to tell him to hold back a little bit because he is so powerful and I cannot go that long. But I won, and that's all that matters."

Dominique Rollin felt that he could have easily been in contention for the win, if he hadn't run into traffic with Bettini.

"The sprint was going good until the last 150 metres. I was coming on the far left, with lots of speed and then I ran in Bettini [not literally]. I think I started the sprint at the perfect time, but Bettini pulled off and I had to slam on the brakes and then go around him. I was going fast enough to win, but after [Bettini] I was just coasting because I had nowhere to go. So it's disappointing."

"This is the strongest field I have ever raced in, apart from the Worlds last year, and just to be that close to these guys is a confidence boost. I was fine on the climb, and it was a surprise to see guys like Boonen and Cancellara going backwards there. So it sure does give me confidence."

Race Notes

- Prior to the men's race arriving in Santa Rosa a women's one hour event was held on the circuit. Brooke Miller (Tibco) won, followed by Laura Van Gilder (Cheerwine) and Emilia Fahlin (High Road). There were two Canadians in the race - Jenny Trew (9th) and Leah Guloien (13th), both racing for Vanderkitten. The organizers (AEG) say that they hope to expand the women's side to three or four stages next year, but are discussing the matter with the UCI to make sure that they don't conflict with the Geelong World Cup.

- AEG President Andrew Messick was also asked about where they hoped to take the Amgen Tour of California in the future, and did it include the ProTour. "We want to be one of the most important races in the world, and the February period works well for the European schedule."

"For the ProTour ... it is a difficult question. Our race supports local teams, and we want to look carefully at regulations that would restrict the entry of domestic teams. We are wary of anything that might limit that."

- The Rock Racing riders who were excluded from the race - Tyler Hamilton, Oscar Sevilla, Santiago Botero and Kayle Leogrande - were seen riding on the course (outside of the race enclosure), eliciting comments from spectators, and angry comments by Cancellara at the post-race press conference, which basically boiled down to "Go home, you are not welcome."

Rock Racing has subsequently issued a statement:

Rock Racing's Santiago Botero, Tyler Hamilton, Kayle Leogrande and Oscar Sevilla rode parts of the course from Sausalito to Santa Rosa Monday for training. Botero, Hamilton and Sevilla were excluded from the race Saturday by Amgen Tour of California organizer AEG.

The four left Sausalito approximately 45 minutes before the start of Stage 1 and trained on the roads that were open to cyclists (even getting lost at one point). They were not in communication with anyone (staff, riders or team personnel) who was actively participating in Monday's race.

Rock Racing's Freddie Rodriguez, who finished ninth in Stage 1, said the four riders continue to train since they are still part of the team and plan to compete in upcoming races.

"We are expecting to ride as a full, united team and the four guys who are unable to race in the Tour of California are trying to stay in shape and continue training so they're ready," he said. "These four guys are still a part of our team and they are here to support us."

- JJ Haedo won his 5th AToC stage and with the AToC in just its 3rd year (with just 11 sprint stages completed) he has won nearly 1/2 of them.

- Tomorrow's stage starts in Santa Rosa and heads east to the state capital of Sacramento, covering 186 kilometres. There are two categorized climbs, the first - a Category 2 - only 20 kilometres into the stage. However, the final 100 kilometres is flat, so this is expected to come down to a bunch sprint. The stage starts at 10:00 am local time (1:00 pm EST) and is expected to last approximately three and a half hours.

Stage 1: Sausalito - Santa Rosa, 156 km
1. Juan Jose Haedo (Arg) CSC4:03:29
2. Gerald Ciolek (Ger) Team High Road
3. Heinrich Haussler (Ger) Gerolsteiner
4. Dominique Rollin (Can) Toyota-United
5. Matteo Tosatto (Ita) Quickstep
6. Tyler Farrar (USA) Slipstream-Chipotle
7. Peter Wrolich (Aut) Gerolsteiner
8. Alexandre Pichot (Fra) Bouygues Telecom
9. Freddie Rodriguez (USA) Rock Racing
10. Mathew Hayman (Aus) Rabobank
11. Rory Sutherland (Aus) Health Net Maxxis
12. Paolo Bettini (Ita) Quickstep
13. Christopher Horner (USA) Astana
14. Lovkvist Thomas (Swe) Team High Road
15. Fabian Cancellara (Sui) CSC
16. Julich Robert W (USA) CSC
17. Alexandre Moos (Sui) BMC
18. Darren Lill (RSA) BMC
19. Kim Kirchen (Lux) Team High Road
20. Levi Leipheimer (USA) Astana
21. Doug Ollerenshaw (USA) Rock Racing
22. Aaron Kemps (Aus) Astana
23. Gustav Larsson (Swe) CSC
24. Jurgen Vandewalle (Bel) Quickstep
25. Benjamin Day (Aus) Toyota-United
26. Fabian Wegmann (Ger) Gerolsteiner
27. David Millar (GBr) Slipstream-Chipotle
28. Benjamin (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
29. Janez Brajkovic (Slo) Astana
30. Jason McCartney (USA) CSC
31. Yannick Talabardon (Fra) Credit Agricole
32. Mollema Bauke (Ned) Rabobank
33. Oliver Zaugg (Sui) Gerolsteiner
34. Angel Gomez Gomez (Esp) Saunier Duval
35. Vincent Jerome (Fra) Bouygues Telecom
36. Christian Vandevelde (USA) Slipstream-Chipotle
37. Pena Grisales Victor Hugo (Col) Rock Racing
38. Christophe Le Mevel (Fra) Credit Agricole
39. Frohlinger Johannes (Ger) Gerolsteiner
40. Danny Pate (USA) Slipstream-Chipotle
41. Dmytro Grabovskyy (Ukr) Quickstep
42. Iker Camano Ortuzar (Esp) Saunier Duval
43. David Zabriskie (USA) Slipstream-Chipotle
44. Perrig Quemeneur (Fra) Bouygues Telecom
45. Jens Voigt (Ger) CSC
46. Kevin Seeldraeyers (Bel) Quickstep
47. Julien Belgy (Fra) Bouygues Telecom
48. Tom Danielson (USA) Slipstream-Chipotle
49. Robert Gesink (Ned) Rabobank
50. Michael Lange (USA) Jelly Belly
51. Pedro Horrillo Munoz (Esp) Rabobank
52. Heath Blackgrove (NZl) Toyota-United
53. David Canada Gracia (Esp) Saunier Duval
54. Karsten Kroon (Ned) CSC
55. Patrice Halgand (Fra) Credit Agricole
56. Rubens Bertogliati (Sui) Saunier Duval
57. Ardila Cano Mauricio Alberto (Col) Rabobank
58. Mark Cavendish (GBr) Team High Road
59. Jeff Louder (USA) BMC
60. Capecchi Eros (Ita) Saunier Duval
61. Philip Zajicek (USA) Health Net Maxxis
62. Aaron Olson (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
63. Bradley Wiggins (GBr) Team High Road
64. Oscar Freire Gomez (Esp) Rabobank
65. Crane Matthew (USA) Health Net Maxxis
66. Dimitri Champion (Fra) Bouygues Telecom
67. Peterson Thomas (USA) Slipstream-Chipotle
68. Edward King (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
69. Burke Swindlehurst (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
70. Tom Boonen (Bel) Quickstep
71. Konovalovas Ignatas (Ltu) Credit Agricole
72. Justin Spinelli (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast
73. Markus Zberg (Sui) Gerolsteiner
74. Kevin Hulsmans (Bel) Quickstep0:21
75. George Hincapie (USA) Team High Roads.t.
76. Jonathan Mumford (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast4:14
77. Tolleson Taylor (USA) BMC5:17
78. Bernard Van Ulden (USA) Jelly Belly
79. Garrett Peltonen (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
80. Timothy Johnson (USA) Health Net Maxxis
81. Jonathan Sundt (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast
82. Wyss Danilo (Sui) BMC
83. Frank Pipp K (USA) Health Net Maxxis
84. Raivis Belohvosciks (Lat) Saunier Duval
85. Pagliarini Mendonca Luciano André (Bra) Saunier Duval
86. Mario Cipollini (Ita) Rock Racing
87. Andrea Tonti (Ita) Quickstep
88. Scott Nydam (USA) BMC
89. Alexander Candelario (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast
90. Nicholas Sanderson (Aus) Jelly Belly
91. Capelli Ermanno (Ita) Saunier Duval
92. Nicholas Reistad (USA) Jelly Belly
93. Jackson Stewart (USA) BMC
94. Tom Zirbel (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
95. Frank Mathias (Sui) Gerolsteiner
96. Scott Zwizanski (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
97. Hagen Edvald Boasson (Nor) Team High Road
98. Thomas Voeckler (Fra) Bouygues Telecom
99. Barry Aaron Barry (NZl) Jelly Belly
100. Cozza Steven (USA) Slipstream-Chipotle
101. Antonio Cruz (USA) BMC
102. Turgot Sébastien (Fra) Bouygues Telecom
103. Simon Julien (Fra) Credit Agricole
104. Paul Martens (Ger) Rabobank
105. Bernhard Kohl (Aut) Gerolsteiner
106. Dan Bowman (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast
107. Laurent Lefevre (Fra) Bouygues Telecom
108. Andrew Bajadali (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast
109. Richard England (Aus) Bissell Pro Cycling
110. Stuart O'Grady (Aus) CSC
111. Hilton Clarke (Aus) Toyota-United
112. Mark Renshaw (Aus) Credit Agricole
113. Ivan Dominguez (Cub) Toyota-United
114. Jonathan Clarke (Aus) Toyota-United
115. Adam Hansen (Aus) Team High Roadall s.t.
116. Nicholas Waite (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast8:47
117. Rubiera Vigil José Luis (Esp) Astana9:52
118. Sergey Ivanov (Rus) Astana
119. Vladimir Gusev (Rus) Astana
120. Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Astana
121. John Murphy (USA) Health Net Maxxis11:02
122. Bryce Mead (USA) Jelly Belly
123. Hendricus Vogels (Aus) Toyota-United
124. Scott Tietzel (USA) Jelly Belly
125. Cyril Lemoine (Fra) Credit Agricole
126. Caleb Manion (Aus) Toyota-United
127. Hivert Jonathan (Fra) Credit Agricole
128. Roman Kilun (USA) Health Net Maxxis12:17
129. Michael Creed (USA) Rock Racing
130. Karl Menzies (Aus) Health Net Maxxis
131. Matthew Rice (Aus) Jelly Belly
132. Keven Lacombe (Can) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast17:11
1. Fabian Cancellara (Sui) CSC4:07:20
2. Tyler Farrar (USA) Slipstream-Chipotleat 0:02
3. Bradley Wiggins (GBr) Team High Road0:04
4. Levi Leipheimer (USA) Astana0:06
5. David Millar (GBr) Slipstream-Chipotle0:07
6. Gustav Larsson (Swe) CSC0:08
7. David Zabriskie (USA) Slipstream-Chipotles.t.
8. Benjamin (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling0:09
9. Ciolek Gerald (Ger) Team High Roads.t.
10. Christian Vandevelde (USA) Slipstream-Chipotle0:10
11. George Hincapie (USA) Team High Roads.t.
12. Lovkvist Thomas (Swe) Team High Road0:11
13. Jose Juan Jose (Arg) CSC0:12
14. Christopher Horner (USA) Astanas.t.
15. Grabovskyy Dmytro (Ukr) Quickstep0:13
16. Tom Boonen (Bel) Quicksteps.t.
17. Kim Kirchen (Lux) Team High Road0:14
18. Dominique Rollin (Can) Toyota-United
19. Matteo Tosatto (Ita) Quickstep
20. Jeff Louder (USA) BMCall s.t.
21. Julich Robert W (USA) CSC0:15
22. Konovalovas Ignatas (Ltu) Credit Agricole
23. Jens Voigt (Ger) CSCboth s.t.
24. Benjamin Day (Aus) Toyota-United0:16
25. Crane Matthew (USA) Health Net Maxxis
26. Alexandre Moos (Sui) BMC
27. Edward King (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
28. Danny Pate (USA) Slipstream-Chipotleall s.t.
29. Aaron Kemps (Aus) Astana0:17
30. Rubens Bertogliati (Sui) Saunier Duval
31. Darren Lill (RSA) BMCboth s.t.
32. Pena Grisales Victor Hugo (Col) Rock Racing0:18
33. Freddie Rodriguez (USA) Rock Racings.t.
34. David Canada Gracia (Esp) Saunier Duval0:19
35. Jason McCartney (USA) CSC
36. Rory Sutherland (Aus) Health Net Maxxisboth s.t.
37. Jurgen Vandewalle (Bel) Quickstep0:20
38. Mathew Hayman (Aus) Rabobank
39. Thomas Danielson (USA) Slipstream-Chipotle
40. Fabian Wegmann (Ger) Gerolsteiner
41. Peterson Thomas (USA) Slipstream-Chipotleall s.t.
42. Gesink Robert (Ned) Rabobank0:21
43. Karsten Kroon (Ned) CSC
44. Philip Zajicek (USA) Health Net Maxxis
45. Alexandre Pichot (Fra) Bouygues Telecom
46. Janez Brajkovic (Slo) Astana
47. Heath Blackgrove (NZl) Toyota-United
48. Dimitri Champion (Fra) Bouygues Telecomall s.t.
49. Aaron Olson (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling0:22
50. Heinrich Haussler (Ger) Gerolsteiners.t.
51. Paolo Bettini (Ita) Quickstep0:23
52. Iker Camano Ortuzar (Esp) Saunier Duval
53. Capecchi Eros (Ita) Saunier Duval
54. Ardila Cano Mauricio Alberto (Col) Rabobankall s.t.
55. Mollema Bauke (Ned) Rabobank0:24
56. Perrig Quemeneur (Fra) Bouygues Telecoms.t.
57. Pedro Horrillo Munoz (Esp) Rabobank0:25
58. Oscar Freire Gomez (Esp) Rabobanks.t.
59. Justin Spinelli (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast0:26
60. Vincent Jerome (Fra) Bouygues Telecom0:27
61. Julien Belgy (Fra) Bouygues Telecoms.t.
62. Doug Ollerenshaw (USA) Rock Racing0:29
63. Burke Swindlehurst (USA) Bissell Pro Cyclings.t.
64. Frohlinger Johannes (Ger) Gerolsteiner0:30
65. Michael Lange (USA) Jelly Belly
66. Yannick Talabardon (Fra) Credit Agricole
67. Seeldraeyers Kevin (Bel) Quickstep
68. Patrice Halgand (Fra) Credit Agricoleall s.t.
69. Peter Wrolich (Aut) Gerolsteiner0:32
70. Christophe Le Mevel (Fra) Credit Agricole0:33
71. Markus Zberg (Sui) Gerolsteiners.t.
72. Oliver Zaugg (Sui) Gerolsteiner0:34
73. Angel Gomez Gomez (Esp) Saunier Duval0:37
74. Kevin Hulsmans (Bel) Quickstep0:43
75. Jonathan Mumford (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast4:30
76. Cavendish Mark (GBr) Team High Road5:21
77. Hagen Edvald Boasson (Nor) Team High Road5:24
78. Cozza Steven (USA) Slipstream-Chipotle5:26
79. Jackson Stewart (USA) BMC5:29
80. Stuart O'Grady (Aus) CSC5:30
81. Adam Hansen (Aus) Team High Road5:31
82. Tom Zirbel (USA) Bissell Pro Cyclings.t.
83. Garrett Peltonen (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling5:32
84. Mario Cipollini (Ita) Rock Racing5:33
85. Scott Zwizanski (USA) Bissell Pro Cyclings.t.
86. Mark Renshaw (Aus) Credit Agricole5:35
87. Raivis Belohvosciks (Lat) Saunier Duval
88. Scott Nydam (USA) BMCboth s.t.
89. Thomas Voeckler (Fra) Bouygues Telecom5:37
90. Bernard Van Ulden (USA) Jelly Belly
91. Paul Martens (Ger) Rabobankboth s.t.
92. Andrea Tonti (Ita) Quickstep5:38
93. Ivan Dominguez (Cub) Toyota-United
94. Antonio Cruz (USA) BMC
95. Nicholas Reistad (USA) Jelly Belly
96. Turgot Sébastien (Fra) Bouygues Telecomall s.t.
97. Timothy Johnson (USA) Health Net Maxxis5:39
98. Barry Aaron Barry (NZl) Jelly Belly5:40
99. Nicholas Sanderson (Aus) Jelly Bellys.t.
100. Hilton Clarke (Aus) Toyota-United5:41
101. Jonathan Clarke (Aus) Toyota-United
102. Richard England (Aus) Bissell Pro Cyclingboth s.t.
103. Capelli Ermanno (Ita) Saunier Duval5:42
104. Dan Bowman (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast
105. Tolleson Taylor (USA) BMCboth s.t.
106. Simon Julien (Fra) Credit Agricole5:43
107. Jonathan Sundt (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast5:44
108. Wyss Danilo (Sui) BMCs.t.
109. Bernhard Kohl (Aut) Gerolsteiner5:45
110. Frank Pipp K (USA) Health Net Maxxis5:46
111. Alexander Candelario (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast5:48
112. Pagliarini Mendonca Luciano André (Bra) Saunier Duvals.t.
113. Andrew Bajadali (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast5:50
114. Laurent Lefevre (Fra) Bouygues Telecom5:52
115. Frank Mathias (Sui) Gerolsteiner6:01
116. Nicholas Waite (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast9:22
117. Vladimir Gusev (Rus) Astana10:05
118. John Murphy (USA) Health Net Maxxiss.t.
119. Andrey Mizurov (Kaz) Astana10:08
120. Sergey Ivanov (Rus) Astana10:10
121. Rubiera Vigil José Luis (Esp) Astana10:15
122. Hivert Jonathan (Fra) Credit Agricole11:26
123. Cyril Lemoine (Fra) Credit Agricole11:27
124. Bryce Mead (USA) Jelly Belly11:28
125. Hendricus Vogels (Aus) Toyota-United11:30
126. Scott Tietzel (USA) Jelly Belly11:32
127. Caleb Manion (Aus) Toyota-United11:35
128. Roman Kilun (USA) Health Net Maxxis12:34
129. Karl Menzies (Aus) Health Net Maxxis12:48
130. Michael Creed (USA) Rock Racing13:09
131. Matthew Rice (Aus) Jelly Belly13:10
132. Keven Lacombe (Can) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast17:36
1. Jackson Stewart (USA) BMC15 Pts
2. Jose Juan Jose (Arg) CSC15
3. Gerald Ciolek (Ger) Team High Road12
4. Heinrich Haussler (Ger) Gerolsteiner10
5. Tyler Farrar (USA) Slipstream-Chipotle9
6. Dominique Rollin (Can) Toyota-United7
7. Mark Cavendish (GBr) Team High Road6
8. Matteo Tosatto (Ita) Quickstep6
9. Peter Wrolich (Aut) Gerolsteiner4
10. Alexandre Pichot (Fra) Bouygues Telecom3
11. Freddie Rodriguez (USA) Rock Racing2
12. David Millar (GBr) Slipstream-Chipotle1
13. Mario Cipollini (Ita) Rock Racing1
14. Mathew Hayman (Aus) Rabobank1
1. Jackson Stewart (USA) BMC6
2. Seeldraeyers Kevin (Bel) Quickstep5
3. Jens Voigt (Ger) CSC4
4. Christopher Horner (USA) Astana3
5. Jurgen Vandewalle (Bel) Quickstep1
Best Young Rider
1. Gerald Ciolek (Ger) Team High Road4:07:29
2. Dmytro Grabovskyy (Ukr) Quickstepat 0:04
3. Konovalovas Ignatas (Ltu) Credit Agricole0:06
4. Matthew Crane (USA) Health Net Maxxis0:07
5. Thomas Peterson (USA) Slipstream-Chipotle0:11
6. Robert Gesink (Ned) Rabobank0:12
7. ErosCapecchi (Ita) Saunier Duval0:14
8. Bauke Mollema (Ned) Rabobank0:15
9. Johannes Frohlinger (Ger) Gerolsteiner0:21
10. Kevin Seeldraeyers (Bel) Quicksteps.t.
11. Mark Cavendish (GBr) Team High Road5:12
12. Edvald BoassonHagen (Nor) Team High Road5:15
13. StevenCozza (USA) Slipstream-Chipotle5:17
14.Ermanno Capelli (Ita) Saunier Duval5:33
15. Taylor Tolleson (USA) BMCs.t.
16. Julien Simon (Fra) Credit Agricole5:34
17. Danilo Wyss (Sui) BMC5:35
18. Mathias Frank (Sui) Gerolsteiner5:52
19. Jonathan Hivert (Fra) Credit Agricole11:17
20. Keven Lacombe (Can) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast17:27
Team GC
1. High Road12:22:19
2. Team CSCat 0:02
3. Slipstream Chipotle Presented By H300:02
4. Astana0:12
5. Bissell Pro Cycling0:19
6. Quick Step0:21
7. Health Net Presented by Maxxis0:21
8. BMC Racing Team0:28
9. Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team0:32
10. Rock Racing0:34
11. Saunier Duval-Scott0:35
12. Crédit Agricole0:38
13. Rabobank0:42
14. Bouygues Telecom0:43
15. Gerolsteiner0:55
16. Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast10:18
17. Jelly Belly Cycling Team11:19


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