Lachlan Morton by a Tire on Tour of Utah Stage 5

Lachlan Morton Electrifies Crowd With Photo Finish Win on Tour of Utah Stage 5; Showdown for General Classification Expected Sunday for Grand Finale in Park City

Australian Lachlan Morton of EF Education First outsprinted his breakaway companion at the line to win Stage 5 presented by University of Utah Health in a thrilling photo finish at Canyons Village at Park City Mountain. Morton, who won the 2016 Tour of Utah, scored his fourth career stage win in Utah Saturday in a time of 3 hours and 5 minutes.

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Morton made his way into the 11-rider breakaway, which escaped early in the 85.1-mile (137-kilometer) stage. The steep slopes of Olympic Parkway at Utah Olympic Park are where Morton and Hayden McCormick (NZL) of Team BridgeLane launched their attack and blazed a trail to the finish line together.

“I'm not normally one to look at the finish, but I had a feeling. So five minutes before the start, I went and rode the last 300 meters,” Morton said about scoping out the uphill finish at Canyons Village at Park City Mountain. “The only chance to come around is in the last 50 (meters). Very perfect timing for me, which I'd love to say that I planned, but sometimes luck falls that way and you get the win.”

Lachlan Morton (left, EF – Education First) wins the sprint over Hayden McCormick (Team BridgeLane) in Stage 5 of the 2019 Tour of Utah – Canyons Resort, Park City, Utah. Photo by Dave Iltis

In a hard-fought sprint, McCormick took second place by a tire-width difference. The battle for third place was taken by Simone Velasco (NIPPO-Vini Fantini-Faizanè), who outmaneuvered the chase group which included Stage 4 winner and teammate Marco Canola and Evan Huffman (Rally UHC Cycling). Velasco crossed the line 18 seconds behind the winner.

Lachlan Morton (EF Education First) takes the win over Hayden McCormick (Team Bridgelane) by a tire width in a photo finish. Photo courtesy One2Go Event Services

“Today I wanted to try and get the KOM jersey, which was the main goal of the day. Obviously, I tried to win the stage. It was a good day, nice to redeem myself a little bit after yesterday,” said McCormick, who was leading Stage 4 in Salt Lake City on Friday and posted one lap early to fall four minutes behind the eventual winner. On Saturday, he claimed the Utah Office of Tourism King of the Mountain jersey.

Belgian Ben Hermans of Israel Cycling Academy retained his Larry H. Miller Group of Companies Leader’s yellow jersey by finishing safely in 16th place. With little change in the overall standings, Hermans holds a 46-second lead over James Piccoli (Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling), and a 1 minute, 10 second margin over Niklas Eg (Trek-Segafredo). Finishing in 14th place, João Almeida (Hagens Berman Axeon) moved up one spot in sixth overall and retained the WCF Insurance Best Young Rider jersey. Morton’s teammate and 2015 Tour of Utah champion Joe Dombrowski moved up from sixth to fifth in the G.C.

Stage 5 presented by University of Utah Health started and finished in Canyons Village at Park City Mountain. The breakaway escaped early from the 101-rider field and pushed the gap to over four minutes as they raced pass Rockport Reservoir. The move included Morton, Velasco, Canola, Huffman, Bernat Font Mas (303 Project), Matt Zimmer (DC Bank Pro Cycling Team), Michael Rice (Hagens Berman Axeon), Travis McCabe (Worthy Pro Cycling), and two Team BridgeLane riders, McCormick and Dylan Sunderland. The last rider to join the move, Sam Boardman (Wildlife Generation Pro Cycling) has to chase a 90-second deficit before connecting after the second KOM.

With McCormick the highest-placed rider on G.C. at 13 minutes and 59 seconds down, the Israel Cycling Academy was quite happy to let the break go up the road.

“I wasn't feeling very good the first few days of this race,” Morton said. “But then last night, all of a sudden it just clicked and all of a sudden I was thinking I feel really good. So in the team meeting, [team director] Fabrizio said I could try for the breakaway so I just went with everything. We didn't just roll away, we kept a really hard pace for 15 k[ilometers] or so, until they just gave up on us. We were left with 10. I just felt really good all day. When you get into breakaway situations, sometimes when you feel pretty good is when you make mistakes because you try to do too much. So I thought I'll go one time on the hill, pick my moment, just get me to the top. I'm not super punchy but I can sustain a decent pace,.”

Having missed the move, Brendan Rhim (Arapahoe l Hincapie) gave chase but never made much headway before sitting up to rejoin the field.

With 20 kilometers to go, the gap was still holding at over four minutes but the cooperation stared to disintegrate. With 13 kilometers to go, Sunderland attacked the break and grew his gap to 20 sec in four kilometers. Behind him, no one was willing to give chase. Then, with 8 kilometers to go, Morton attacked on the left side of the road, riding in the dirt. McCormick, McCade and Canola jumped on his wheel. So Morton hit it again and this time, only McCormick was able to cover his acceleration.

“The BridgeLane guys played it really smart, and as I would expect from an Australian team, they're always pretty cagey. So my only play was to try to get rid of one of them before the top, and just take one to the line. That's how it played out,” added Morton.

Not long after, Morton with McCormick on his wheel caught and passed Sunderland. Behind them, after a look of looking at each other, Huffman started to give chase. He was joined by Velasco and Canola but the trio never closed the gap.

Meanwhile, under pressure by the Rally UHC Cycling team, the peloton shattered on the steep slopes of the final KOM. Kyle Murphy (Rally UHC Cycling) upped the pace with Piccoli and Hermans on his wheel. Then,Keegan Swirbul and his Worthy teammate Serghei Tvetcov followed Almeida attacked before cresting, looking to gain a few seconds in the G.C. which they did. Showing complete control, Hermans managed to get a few seconds on Piccoli and Eg.

McCormick is planning another day in the break to defend his KOM jersey, though he admits it will be difficult “It will be hard to be honest,” he said. “I have to loop at the points but it wouldn't surprise me if Ben [Hermans] took it. I'll try my best to keep and I'll probably have to go in the breakaway.”

In his third day in a breakaway, McCabe collected top points in the two intermediate sprints and finished 10th on the stage to solidify his lead in the Utah Sports Commission Sprint jersey competition. Kevin Vermaerke (USA) of Hagens Berman Axeon was voted the America First Credit Union Fan Favorite, in the category of Most Promising Rookie.

Morton Wins the Sprint – Video by Bill Johnson:

Stage 6 presented by Utah Sports Commission brings back the overall finish to Park City on Sunday, Aug. 18. It is the 10th year Park City has served as a host city, and seventh time it will host the final stage of the Tour. The 78.2-mile (125.9-kilometer) route will pass through Kamas and Midway before the final attacks on the unrelenting asphalt of Empire Pass, encountering road pitches of 10 to 20 percent. The hors categorie (above category) summit of Empire Pass is the final KOM and the highest point of the race for the week, at 9,700 feet above sea level. A blistering descent down Marsac Avenue leads to the finish in front of historically massive crowds along Upper Main Street in Park City.

RESULTS AND STANDINGS

 Stage 5 presented by University of Utah Health- Top 10

  1. MORTON Lachlan (AUS) EF EDUCATION FIRST 3:05:54
  2. MCCORMICK Hayden (NZL) TEAM BRIDGELANE 3:05:54 +0:00:00
  3. VELASCO Simone (ITA) NERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTM 3:06:12 +0:00:18
  4. CANOLA Marco (ITA) NIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE' 3:06:12 +0:00:18
  5. HUFFMAN Evan (USA) RALLY UHC CYCLING 3:06:12 +0:00:18
  6. SUNDERLAND Dylan (AUS) TEAM BRIDGELANE 3:06:20 +0:00:26
  7. RICE Michael (AUS) HAGENS BERMAN AXEON 3:06:23 +0:00:29
  8. BOARDMAN Samuel (USA) WILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXIS 3:06:23 +0:00:29
  9. ZIMMER Matthew (USA) DC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAM 3:06:25 +0:00:31
  10. FONT MAS Bernat (ESP) 3O3 PROJECT 3:06:43 +0:00:49

GENERAL CLASSIFICATION (After Stage 5)

  1. HERMANS Ben (BEL) ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY 15:34:34
  2. PICCOLI James (CAN) ELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLING 15:35:20 +0:00:46
  3. EG Niklas (DEN) TREK-SEGAFREDO 15:35:44 +0:01:10
  4. MURPHY Kyle (USA) RALLY UHC CYCLING 15:36:22 +0:01:48
  5. DOMBROWSKI Joseph Lloyd (USA) EF EDUCATION FIRST 15:36:42 +0:02:08
  6. ALMEIDA João (POR) HAGENS BERMAN AXEON 15:37:08 +0:02:34
  7. STETINA Peter (USA) TREK-SEGAFREDO 15:37:21 +0:02:47
  8. CRADDOCK Lawson (USA) EF EDUCATION FIRST 15:37:44 +0:03:10
  9. BRITTON Robert (CAN) RALLY UHC CYCLING 15:38:27 +0:03:53
  10. BADILATTI Matteo (SUI) ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY 15:38:49 +0:04:15

AWARD JERSEYS

  • Larry H. Miller Group of Companies Overall leader – Ben Hermans (BEL) of Israel Cycling Academy
  • Utah Sports Commission Sprint leader – Travis McCabe (USA) of Worthy Pro Cycling
  • Utah Office of Tourism King of the Mountain – Hayden McCormick (NZL) of Team BridgeLane
  • WCF Insurance Best Young Rider – João Almeida (POR) of Hagens Berman Axeon
  • Larry H. Miller Dealerships Most Aggressive Rider – Lachlan Morton (AUS) of EF Education First
  • America First Credit Union Fan Favorite – Kevin Vermaerke (USA) of Hagens Berman Axeon

FULL RESULTS
2019 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah Stage 5 – Canyons Village at Park City Mountain – presented by University of Utah Healthcare

STAGE 5 RESULTS
Position Bib No. Rider Team Country Time Gap
1 1 MORTON Lachlan EF EDUCATION FIRST AUS 3:05:54 0:00:00
2 133 MCCORMICK Hayden TEAM BRIDGELANE NZL 3:05:54 0:00:00
3 42 VELASCO Simone NERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTM ITA 3:06:12 0:00:18
4 61 CANOLA Marco NIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE' ITA 3:06:12
5 22 HUFFMAN Evan RALLY UHC CYCLING USA 3:06:12
6 132 SUNDERLAND Dylan TEAM BRIDGELANE AUS 3:06:20 0:00:26
7 56 RICE Michael HAGENS BERMAN AXEON AUS 3:06:23 0:00:29
8 111 BOARDMAN Samuel WILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXIS USA 3:06:23
9 157 ZIMMER Matthew DC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAM USA 3:06:25 0:00:31
10 142 FONT MAS Bernat 3O3 PROJECT ESP 3:06:43 0:00:49
11 75 MCCABE Travis WORTHY PRO CYCLING USA 3:06:43
12 76 SWIRBUL Keegan WORTHY PRO CYCLING USA 3:06:54 0:01:00
13 77 TVETCOV Serghei WORTHY PRO CYCLING ROU 3:06:54
14 51 * ALMEIDA João HAGENS BERMAN AXEON POR 3:07:02 0:01:08
15 2 CRADDOCK Lawson EF EDUCATION FIRST USA 3:07:09 0:01:15
16 35 HERMANS Ben ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY BEL 3:07:16 0:01:22
17 26 MURPHY Kyle RALLY UHC CYCLING USA 3:07:18 0:01:24
18 81 PICCOLI James ELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLING CAN 3:07:18
19 13 EG Niklas TREK-SEGAFREDO DEN 3:07:20 0:01:26
20 3 DOMBROWSKI Joseph Lloyd EF EDUCATION FIRST USA 3:07:20
21 32 BADILATTI Matteo ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY SUI 3:07:37 0:01:43
22 21 BRITTON Robert RALLY UHC CYCLING CAN 3:07:47 0:01:53
23 4 HOWES Alex EF EDUCATION FIRST USA 3:07:47
24 57 * VERMAERKE Kevin HAGENS BERMAN AXEON USA 3:07:53 0:01:59
25 101 * HOEHN Alex AEVOLO USA 3:07:55 0:02:01
26 25 MANNION Gavin RALLY UHC CYCLING USA 3:07:59 0:02:05
27 16 STETINA Peter TREK-SEGAFREDO USA 3:08:01 0:02:07
28 135 BOWDEN Scott TEAM BRIDGELANE AUS 3:08:02 0:02:08
29 146 EASTER Griffin 3O3 PROJECT USA 3:08:02
30 66 FIORELLI Filippo NIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE' ITA 3:08:10 0:02:16
31 14 * LOPEZ Juan Pedro TREK-SEGAFREDO ESP 3:08:22 0:02:28
32 152 FRAYRE Eder DC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAM MEX 3:08:33 0:02:39
33 151 DANIEL Gregory DC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAM USA 3:08:33
34 91 SANCHEZ GUARIN Oscar Eduardo CANEL'S – SPECIALIZED COL 3:08:33
35 44 SCHÖNBERGER Sebastian NERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTM AUT 3:08:33
36 11 MOSCA Jacopo TREK-SEGAFREDO ITA 3:08:33
37 45 BONGIORNO Francesco Manuel NERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTM ITA 3:08:33
38 46 FORTUNATO Lorenzo NERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTM ITA 3:08:33
39 106 * ROJAS CAMPOS Gabriel Francisco AEVOLO CRC 3:08:33
40 92 SANTOS MORENO Efren CANEL'S – SPECIALIZED MEX 3:08:33
41 105 * BRUNNER Eric AEVOLO USA 3:08:33
42 95 ALARCÓN CARES Pablo Andrés CANEL'S – SPECIALIZED CHI 3:08:33
43 43 ZARDINI Edoardo NERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTM ITA 3:08:33
44 47 MARENGO Umberto NERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTM ITA 3:08:33
45 41 QUINTANA Dayer NERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTM COL 3:08:39 0:02:45
46 145 DE LUNA Flavio Alejandro 3O3 PROJECT MEX 3:08:54 0:03:00
47 84 CHEYNE Jordan ELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLING CAN 3:08:54
48 33 BOIVIN Guillaume ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY CAN 3:08:54
49 102 * SCHUNK Conor AEVOLO USA 3:09:01 0:03:07
50 144 BACA Antonio 3O3 PROJECT MEX 3:09:21 0:03:27
51 164 * BAUER Dominik TEAM DAUNER|AKKON GER 3:09:35 0:03:41
52 103 * VOLLMER Andrew AEVOLO USA 3:09:43 0:03:49
53 31 AVILA VANEGAS Edwin Alcibiades ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY COL 3:09:43
54 52 * ANDERSON Edward HAGENS BERMAN AXEON USA 3:09:55 0:04:01
55 116 * GULLICKSON Finn WILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXIS USA 3:09:59 0:04:05
56 34 EARLE Nathan ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY AUS 3:11:08 0:05:14
57 62 SANTAROMITA Ivan NIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE' ITA 3:11:08
58 6 WHELAN James EF EDUCATION FIRST AUS 3:11:08
59 63 ZACCANTI Filippo NIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE' ITA 3:11:08
60 97 LARA CARBAJAL Francisco CANEL'S – SPECIALIZED MEX 3:11:08
61 117 ROSS Kent WILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXIS USA 3:11:08
62 156 * THIBAULT Jean-Denis DC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAM CAN 3:11:08
63 153 LEPLINGARD Antoine DC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAM FRA 3:11:08
64 65 LONARDI Giovanni NIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE' ITA 3:11:08
65 64 HATSUYAMA Sho NIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE' JPN 3:11:08
66 104 * BICKMORE Cade AEVOLO USA 3:11:08
67 96 * PALMA DAJUI Leonel CANEL'S – SPECIALIZED MEX 3:11:08
68 36 NIV Guy ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY ISR 3:11:08
69 124 PUTT Tanner ARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMC USA 3:11:08
70 121 EISENHART Taylor (T.J.) ARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMC USA 3:11:08
71 134 TOOVEY Ayden TEAM BRIDGELANE AUS 3:11:08
72 125 WOLFE Benjamin ARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMC USA 3:11:08
73 114 * VODICKA Camden WILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXIS USA 3:12:16 0:06:22
74 136 * LINDORFF Tyler TEAM BRIDGELANE AUS 3:12:44 0:06:50
75 122 FLAKSIS Andzs ARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMC LAT 3:12:55 0:07:01
76 165 THURAU Sven TEAM DAUNER|AKKON GER 3:13:20 0:07:26
77 161 MAMOS Philipp TEAM DAUNER|AKKON GER 3:13:20
78 73 GRANIGAN Noah WORTHY PRO CYCLING USA 3:13:20
79 72 COWAN Alexander WORTHY PRO CYCLING CAN 3:13:20
80 127 OIEN Justin Alexander ARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMC USA 3:13:20
81 143 STEPHENS Austin 3O3 PROJECT USA 3:13:20
82 74 JEAN Emile WORTHY PRO CYCLING CAN 3:13:20
83 147 EASTER Cullen 3O3 PROJECT USA 3:13:20
84 83 CASTILLO SOTO Ulises Alfredo ELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLING MEX 3:13:24 0:07:30
85 141 NEWKIRK Isaiah 3O3 PROJECT USA 3:14:17 0:08:23
86 86 SIMPSON George ELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLING USA 3:14:17
87 85 * RODRIGUEZ VICTORIA Jose Alfredo ELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLING MEX 3:14:19 0:08:25
88 107 * MCGILL Scott AEVOLO USA 3:14:26 0:08:32
89 123 RHIM Brendan ARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMC USA 3:14:26
90 71 CLARKE Jonathan WORTHY PRO CYCLING AUS 3:14:50 0:08:56
91 12 * DEBEAUMARCHÉ Nicolas TREK-SEGAFREDO FRA 3:15:13 0:09:19
92 115 CHANCE Maxx WILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXIS USA 3:15:18 0:09:24
93 112 BASSETT Stephen WILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXIS USA 3:15:18
94 27 ORONTE Emerson RALLY UHC CYCLING USA 3:15:18
95 53 * DAVIS Cole HAGENS BERMAN AXEON USA 3:16:02 0:10:08
96 55 * REVARD Thomas HAGENS BERMAN AXEON USA 3:16:35 0:10:41
97 24 ELLSAY Nigel RALLY UHC CYCLING CAN 3:16:35
98 162 FLAUTT Oliver TEAM DAUNER|AKKON USA 3:16:35
99 23 MAGNER Tyler RALLY UHC CYCLING USA 3:16:35
100 87 YOUNG Eric ELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLING USA 3:16:35
101 37 SCHREURS Hamish ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY NZL 3:19:29 0:13:35
             
GENERAL CLASSIFICATION
Position No. Rider Team Country Time Gap
1 35 HERMANS Ben ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY BEL 15:34:34 0:00:00
2 81 PICCOLI James ELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLING CAN 15:35:20 0:00:46
3 13 EG Niklas TREK-SEGAFREDO DEN 15:35:44 0:01:10
4 26 MURPHY Kyle RALLY UHC CYCLING USA 15:36:22 0:01:48
5 3 DOMBROWSKI Joseph Lloyd EF EDUCATION FIRST USA 15:36:42 0:02:08
6 51 * ALMEIDA João HAGENS BERMAN AXEON POR 15:37:08 0:02:34
7 16 STETINA Peter TREK-SEGAFREDO USA 15:37:21 0:02:47
8 2 CRADDOCK Lawson EF EDUCATION FIRST USA 15:37:44 0:03:10
9 21 BRITTON Robert RALLY UHC CYCLING CAN 15:38:27 0:03:53
10 32 BADILATTI Matteo ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY SUI 15:38:49 0:04:15
11 76 SWIRBUL Keegan WORTHY PRO CYCLING USA 15:39:18 0:04:44
12 135 BOWDEN Scott TEAM BRIDGELANE AUS 15:39:24 0:04:50
13 45 BONGIORNO Francesco Manuel NERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTM ITA 15:40:25 0:05:51
14 146 EASTER Griffin 3O3 PROJECT USA 15:41:29 0:06:55
15 41 QUINTANA Dayer NERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTM COL 15:43:06 0:08:32
16 77 TVETCOV Serghei WORTHY PRO CYCLING ROU 15:43:25 0:08:51
17 101 * HOEHN Alex AEVOLO USA 15:43:35 0:09:01
18 14 * LOPEZ Juan Pedro TREK-SEGAFREDO ESP 15:44:31 0:09:57
19 92 SANTOS MORENO Efren CANEL'S – SPECIALIZED MEX 15:44:51 0:10:17
20 152 FRAYRE Eder DC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAM MEX 15:45:05 0:10:31
21 133 MCCORMICK Hayden TEAM BRIDGELANE NZL 15:47:05 0:12:31
22 1 MORTON Lachlan EF EDUCATION FIRST AUS 15:47:11 0:12:37
23 42 VELASCO Simone NERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTM ITA 15:47:28 0:12:54
24 44 SCHÖNBERGER Sebastian NERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTM AUT 15:48:04 0:13:30
25 57 * VERMAERKE Kevin HAGENS BERMAN AXEON USA 15:48:10 0:13:36
26 66 FIORELLI Filippo NIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE' ITA 15:48:15 0:13:41
27 33 BOIVIN Guillaume ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY CAN 15:49:06 0:14:32
28 25 MANNION Gavin RALLY UHC CYCLING USA 15:49:18 0:14:44
29 103 * VOLLMER Andrew AEVOLO USA 15:49:36 0:15:02
30 46 FORTUNATO Lorenzo NERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTM ITA 15:49:44 0:15:10
31 164 * BAUER Dominik TEAM DAUNER|AKKON GER 15:50:19 0:15:45
32 142 FONT MAS Bernat 3O3 PROJECT ESP 15:50:38 0:16:04
33 151 DANIEL Gregory DC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAM USA 15:51:15 0:16:41
34 11 MOSCA Jacopo TREK-SEGAFREDO ITA 15:51:16 0:16:42
35 95 ALARCÓN CARES Pablo Andrés CANEL'S – SPECIALIZED CHI 15:52:03 0:17:29
36 52 * ANDERSON Edward HAGENS BERMAN AXEON USA 15:53:05 0:18:31
37 91 SANCHEZ GUARIN Oscar Eduardo CANEL'S – SPECIALIZED COL 15:55:51 0:21:17
38 145 DE LUNA Flavio Alejandro 3O3 PROJECT MEX 15:56:11 0:21:37
39 36 NIV Guy ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY ISR 15:56:26 0:21:52
40 75 MCCABE Travis WORTHY PRO CYCLING USA 15:56:53 0:22:19
41 4 HOWES Alex EF EDUCATION FIRST USA 15:57:42 0:23:08
42 34 EARLE Nathan ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY AUS 15:59:04 0:24:30
43 106 * ROJAS CAMPOS Gabriel Francisco AEVOLO CRC 15:59:45 0:25:11
44 31 AVILA VANEGAS Edwin Alcibiades ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY COL 15:59:58 0:25:24
45 102 * SCHUNK Conor AEVOLO USA 16:00:10 0:25:36
46 61 CANOLA Marco NIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE' ITA 16:00:29 0:25:55
47 47 MARENGO Umberto NERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTM ITA 16:01:23 0:26:49
48 84 CHEYNE Jordan ELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLING CAN 16:01:36 0:27:02
49 43 ZARDINI Edoardo NERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTM ITA 16:03:18 0:28:44
50 132 SUNDERLAND Dylan TEAM BRIDGELANE AUS 16:04:04 0:29:30
51 72 COWAN Alexander WORTHY PRO CYCLING CAN 16:05:21 0:30:47
52 63 ZACCANTI Filippo NIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE' ITA 16:05:49 0:31:15
53 62 SANTAROMITA Ivan NIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE' ITA 16:07:09 0:32:35
54 125 WOLFE Benjamin ARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMC USA 16:08:36 0:34:02
55 136 * LINDORFF Tyler TEAM BRIDGELANE AUS 16:09:17 0:34:43
56 104 * BICKMORE Cade AEVOLO USA 16:09:41 0:35:07
57 157 ZIMMER Matthew DC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAM USA 16:09:49 0:35:15
58 121 EISENHART Taylor (T.J.) ARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMC USA 16:10:07 0:35:33
59 56 RICE Michael HAGENS BERMAN AXEON AUS 16:10:30 0:35:56
60 147 EASTER Cullen 3O3 PROJECT USA 16:11:49 0:37:15
61 83 CASTILLO SOTO Ulises Alfredo ELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLING MEX 16:13:02 0:38:28
62 123 RHIM Brendan ARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMC USA 16:14:57 0:40:23
63 144 BACA Antonio 3O3 PROJECT MEX 16:15:49 0:41:15
64 64 HATSUYAMA Sho NIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE' JPN 16:16:05 0:41:31
65 22 HUFFMAN Evan RALLY UHC CYCLING USA 16:16:22 0:41:48
66 6 WHELAN James EF EDUCATION FIRST AUS 16:16:54 0:42:20
67 134 TOOVEY Ayden TEAM BRIDGELANE AUS 16:17:09 0:42:35
68 12 * DEBEAUMARCHÉ Nicolas TREK-SEGAFREDO FRA 16:17:20 0:42:46
69 65 LONARDI Giovanni NIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE' ITA 16:17:49 0:43:15
70 124 PUTT Tanner ARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMC USA 16:19:27 0:44:53
71 156 * THIBAULT Jean-Denis DC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAM CAN 16:19:35 0:45:01
72 53 * DAVIS Cole HAGENS BERMAN AXEON USA 16:20:03 0:45:29
73 111 BOARDMAN Samuel WILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXIS USA 16:20:11 0:45:37
74 27 ORONTE Emerson RALLY UHC CYCLING USA 16:20:48 0:46:14
75 127 OIEN Justin Alexander ARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMC USA 16:21:21 0:46:47
76 122 FLAKSIS Andzs ARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMC LAT 16:21:25 0:46:51
77 141 NEWKIRK Isaiah 3O3 PROJECT USA 16:22:27 0:47:53
78 165 THURAU Sven TEAM DAUNER|AKKON GER 16:22:44 0:48:10
79 107 * MCGILL Scott AEVOLO USA 16:22:49 0:48:15
80 73 GRANIGAN Noah WORTHY PRO CYCLING USA 16:23:32 0:48:58
81 114 * VODICKA Camden WILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXIS USA 16:23:48 0:49:14
82 23 MAGNER Tyler RALLY UHC CYCLING USA 16:23:50 0:49:16
83 112 BASSETT Stephen WILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXIS USA 16:23:52 0:49:18
84 86 SIMPSON George ELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLING USA 16:23:56 0:49:22
85 117 ROSS Kent WILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXIS USA 16:25:11 0:50:37
86 161 MAMOS Philipp TEAM DAUNER|AKKON GER 16:25:52 0:51:18
87 153 LEPLINGARD Antoine DC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAM FRA 16:26:13 0:51:39
88 55 * REVARD Thomas HAGENS BERMAN AXEON USA 16:26:19 0:51:45
89 105 * BRUNNER Eric AEVOLO USA 16:26:32 0:51:58
90 97 LARA CARBAJAL Francisco CANEL'S – SPECIALIZED MEX 16:29:27 0:54:53
91 37 SCHREURS Hamish ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY NZL 16:29:28 0:54:54
92 74 JEAN Emile WORTHY PRO CYCLING CAN 16:30:09 0:55:35
93 71 CLARKE Jonathan WORTHY PRO CYCLING AUS 16:30:27 0:55:53
94 116 * GULLICKSON Finn WILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXIS USA 16:32:04 0:57:30
95 162 FLAUTT Oliver TEAM DAUNER|AKKON USA 16:32:10 0:57:36
96 96 * PALMA DAJUI Leonel CANEL'S – SPECIALIZED MEX 16:33:58 0:59:24
97 24 ELLSAY Nigel RALLY UHC CYCLING CAN 16:34:37 1:00:03
98 85 * RODRIGUEZ VICTORIA Jose Alfredo ELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLING MEX 16:35:04 1:00:30
99 143 STEPHENS Austin 3O3 PROJECT USA 16:35:17 1:00:43
100 87 YOUNG Eric ELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLING USA 16:36:37 1:02:03
101 115 CHANCE Maxx WILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXIS USA 16:37:32 1:02:58
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