Hermans Takes Dramatic Stage 3; Extends Tour of Utah Lead

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By Lyne Lamoureux – NORTH SALT LAKE, Utah (August 15, 2019) – Using the final kilometer as a launch pad, Ben Hermans of Israel Cycling Academy accelerated away from his main competitors for a masterful solo victory on Stage 3 presented by BYUtv Thursday at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah. The Belgian claimed his second stage victory in two days in a time of 3 hours and 20 seconds, and increased his overall lead in the seven-day event, known as “America’s Toughest Stage Race.”

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Biding his time on the tough 85.9-mile (138.3 kilometer) course, Hermans used the steep incline on the third and final finishing circuit in North Salt Lake to launch his attack. He quickly caught and passed the final two riders up the road, Kyle Murphy of Rally UHC Cycling and Lawson Craddock of EF Education First, to continue alone to the finish line.

Ben Hermans (Israel Cycling Academy) attacks on the final climb of Eagle Ridge to take his second consecutive stage win. Stage 3, 2019 Tour of Utah. Photo by Steven L. Sheffield

“Our team was under pressure, but we never lost control of the race. Our team was really strong and I didn't have to do much until the last kilometer. On the last kilometer, I made a good attack for 30 seconds and I could make a gap. This was enough for a stage win,” Hermans said. “I only was thinking about the win in the last kilometer. (In) the last two kilometers, I saw that all the guys were pretty empty and I still had really powerful legs.”

Murphy held on for second place, crossing the line seven seconds back. Niklas Eg of Trek-Segafredo was third, eight seconds behind Hermans.

“I wanted to win so bad, but Hermans is just a machine. I’m happy,” said Murphy, who was awarded the Larry H. Miller Dealerships Most Aggressive Rider jersey for his efforts.

The fourth day of racing provided bright sunshine with unrelenting high temperatures and 5,895 feet of elevation gain. Stage 3 presented by BYUtv started at Antelope Island State Park, which sits on the largest island in the Great Salt Lake. Fast and furious racing marked the first half of the race with non-stop attacking. No group was able to establish a gap more than 15 seconds before being reeled back in by the field. Then an hour into the race, a massive group of 20 riders managed to escape and quickly grew their gap to 40 seconds. Immediately, Israel Cycling Academy massed at the front of the field to control the move.

“You always have to think that if you are in this situation, in a front group with 20 riders, what would happen? I was many times there with 20 riders and nobody wants to pull. Everybody is looking at each other so you know that they're going to slow down. If we just chase, they're going to come back,” Hermans said. “And suddenly we got help from the team of Piccoli because they wanted bonus seconds for the win. From this moment, I knew that it was easier to control. For sure, my team mates had to do a lot of work there, it's not easy to chase a group of 20.”

With the help of Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling, the dangerous was re-absorbed five miles later. Counter-attacks flew off the front immediately led by the Rally UHC Cycling team. Finally at the halfway mark, the break was established. The move included Alex Howes (EF Education First), Lorenzo Fortunato (Neri Sottoli-Selle Italia-KTM), Nigel Ellsay (Rally UHC Cycling), Travis McCabe (Worthy Pro Cycling) and Marco Canola (NIPPO-Vini Fantini-Faizanè). A few miles later, Hayden McCormick (Team BridgeLane) bridged across to make it six riders up the road

Happy with the combination, Israel Cycling Academy settled in at the front of the field and let the break go. The gap went up to two minutes with 32 miles to go bringing Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling back to the front. Hermans and his team were happy to let them do the hard work of setting tempo.

The gap hovered around the two minute mark as the break entered the first of three very difficult finishing circuits. Every time around the circuit which included the punishing Eagle Ridge climb, the high pace set by Piccoli and his team dispatched more riders off the back. Hermans was happy to sit on Piccoli’s wheel and watch.

Inside of 15 kilometers to go, the gap to the break was down to 25 seconds. Craddock made the first decisive attack from the shattered peloton, bringing Murphy with him. Not long after, the pair caught the three remaining riders in the break.

Piccoli set a fast pace the final time up Eagle Ridge climb but was not able to drop Hermans. It was Hermans who launched the final attack to drop his closest challenger in the General Classification, James Piccoli (CAN) of Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling, then catch and pass Craddock and Murphy for the win.

“I didn't know this rider before but from my teammates I heard that he is very punchy, explosive so when he went and the first minute he could not drop me, I was pretty confident that he couldn't drop me afterwards,” Hermans said of Piccoli’s acceleration. “So in the second part of the climb, I just waited my moment and I attacked him to gap him again and to get a little bit more advantage in the general classification.”

How hard was today’s stage? “Hard, hot, fast, disgusting, steep,” Murphy replied. “We rode awesome. Everyone was all over this bike race. We had Nigel in the break. Gavin [Mannion] crashed and he was still an MVP teammate. We had ice and water when no one else did. We rocked it”

Hermans increased his lead in the General Classification (G.C.) to 44 seconds over Piccoli, and 1 minute and 6 seconds on Eg. Murphy moved up two spots to fourth overall, 1 minute and 46 seconds down. Finishing 10th on the stage, João Almeida (POR) of Hagens Berman Axeon, remained in seventh overall, and retained the WCF Insurance Best Young Rider jersey.

“It's not in the pocket, there are three stages to go. You can always have bad luck or a bad moment,” Hermans stated. “For the moment, it looks really good. I never underestimate my contenders. I will still have to look at Piccoli.”

Howes chased and captured all three KOM of the day to claim the Utah Office of Tourism King of the Mountain jersey.

“It was pretty flat the first part of the stage. It was super fast. We were coming off the island just ripping along. You could tell that a lot of people wanted to be in the breakaway,” said Howes, who was wearing the Stars-and-Stripes jersey for the first time this summer as U.S. Pro Road Race National Champion. “Our team in particular, we wanted to put a little bit of pressure on Israel Cycling Academy and make sure that Ben was really up to snuff to hold the jersey, and he certainly seems to be.”

Finishing sixth on the stage, Craddock claimed the Utah Sports Commission Sprint leader jersey. The American was hunting for his first pro stage win, and his team is trying to get him to the top of the podium.

“We're really trying to get that here,” Craddock’s team mate Howes explained. “We tried hard the first stage, we tried today. But we've been knocking on that door, he's been second, he's been fifth. First is right around the corner, we're just looking for the corner.”

A four-time stage winner in Utah, Travis McCabe (USA) of Worthy Pro Cycling, was voted the America First Credit Union Fan Favorite in the Best Sprinter category.

Stage 4 presented by America First Credit Union returns to downtown Salt Lake City for the 12th time in Tour history on Friday. The traditional circuit course is back for a third time with the start/finish line on East Capitol Boulevard next to the Utah State Capitol. The peloton will make eight circuits on Friday, beginning at 5:55 p.m. MT.

RESULTS AND STANDINGS

 Stage 3 p/b BYUtv – Top 10

  1. HERMANS Ben (BEL) ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY 3:20:27
  2. MURPHY Kyle (USA) RALLY UHC CYCLING 3:20:34 +0:00:07
  3. EG Niklas (DEN) TREK-SEGAFREDO 3:20:35 +0:00:08
  4. SWIRBUL Keegan (USA) WORTHY PRO CYCLING 3:20:35 +0:00:08
  5. PICCOLI James (CAN) ELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLING 3:20:35 +0:00:08
  6. CRADDOCK Lawson (USA) EF EDUCATION FIRST 3:20:38 +0:00:11
  7. DOMBROWSKI Joseph Lloyd (USA) EF EDUCATION FIRST 3:20:48 +0:00:21
  8. BADILATTI Matteo (SUI) ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY 3:21:03 +0:00:36
  9. BOWDEN Scott (AUS) TEAM BRIDGELANE 3:21:03 +0:00:08
  10. ALMEIDA João (POR) HAGENS BERMAN AXEON 3:21:09 +0:00:42

GENERAL CLASSIFICATION (After Stage 3)

  1. HERMANS Ben (BEL) ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY 10:30:24
  2. PICCOLI James (CAN) ELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLING 10:31:08 +0:00:44
  3. EG Niklas (DEN) TREK-SEGAFREDO 10:31:30 +0:01:06
  4. MURPHY Kyle (USA) RALLY UHC CYCLING 10:32:10 +0:01:46
  5. STETINA Peter (USA) TREK-SEGAFREDO 10:32:26 +0:02:02
  6. DOMBROWSKI Joseph Lloyd (USA) EF EDUCATION FIRST 10:32:28 +0:02:04
  7. ALMEIDA João (POR) HAGENS BERMAN AXEON 10:33:02 +0:02:38
  8. BRITTON Robert (CAN) RALLY UHC CYCLING 10:33:36 +0:03:12
  9. CRADDOCK Lawson (USA) EF EDUCATION FIRST 10:33:41 +0:03:17
  10. BADILATTI Matteo (SUI) ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY 10:34:08 +0:03:44

AWARD JERSEYS

  • Larry H. Miller Group of Companies Overall leader – Ben Hermans (BEL) of Israel Cycling Academy
  • Utah Sports Commission Sprint leader – Lawson Craddock (USA), EF Education First
  • Utah Office of Tourism King of the Mountain- Alex Howes (USA), EF Education First
  • WCF Insurance Best Young Rider – João Almeida (POR) of Hagens Berman Axeon
  • Larry H. Miller Dealerships Most Aggressive Rider – Kyle Murphy (USA), Rally UHC Cycling
  • America First Credit Union Fan Favorite – Travis McCabe (USA), Worthy Pro Cycling

2019 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah Stage 3 – Antelope Island to North Salt Lake – presented by BYU TV & BYU Radio

STAGE 3 RESULTS
PositionBib No.RiderTeamCountryTimeGap
135HERMANS BenISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYBEL3:20:270:00:00
226MURPHY KyleRALLY UHC CYCLINGUSA3:20:340:00:07
313EG NiklasTREK-SEGAFREDODEN3:20:350:00:08
476SWIRBUL KeeganWORTHY PRO CYCLINGUSA3:20:35
581PICCOLI JamesELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGCAN3:20:35
62CRADDOCK LawsonEF EDUCATION FIRSTUSA3:20:380:00:11
73DOMBROWSKI Joseph LloydEF EDUCATION FIRSTUSA3:20:480:00:21
832BADILATTI MatteoISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYSUI3:21:030:00:36
9135BOWDEN ScottTEAM BRIDGELANEAUS3:21:03
1051* ALMEIDA JoãoHAGENS BERMAN AXEONPOR3:21:090:00:42
1116STETINA PeterTREK-SEGAFREDOUSA3:21:09
1245BONGIORNO Francesco ManuelNERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTMITA3:21:140:00:47
1392SANTOS MORENO EfrenCANEL'S – SPECIALIZEDMEX3:21:160:00:49
1477TVETCOV SergheiWORTHY PRO CYCLINGROU3:21:250:00:58
15133MCCORMICK HaydenTEAM BRIDGELANENZL3:21:420:01:15
1621BRITTON RobertRALLY UHC CYCLINGCAN3:21:42
1714* LOPEZ Juan PedroTREK-SEGAFREDOESP3:22:450:02:18
18152FRAYRE EderDC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAMMEX3:22:480:02:21
1944SCHÖNBERGER SebastianNERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTMAUT3:23:030:02:36
20146EASTER Griffin3O3 PROJECTUSA3:23:03
2152* ANDERSON EdwardHAGENS BERMAN AXEONUSA3:23:03
2231AVILA VANEGAS Edwin AlcibiadesISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYCOL3:23:100:02:43
2346FORTUNATO LorenzoNERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTMITA3:23:10
24101* HOEHN AlexAEVOLOUSA3:23:10
25103* VOLLMER AndrewAEVOLOUSA3:23:10
2642VELASCO SimoneNERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTMITA3:23:10
2741QUINTANA DayerNERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTMCOL3:23:10
28164* BAUER DominikTEAM DAUNER|AKKONGER3:23:270:03:00
29142FONT MAS Bernat3O3 PROJECTESP3:23:27
30106* ROJAS CAMPOS Gabriel FranciscoAEVOLOCRC3:23:27
31121EISENHART Taylor (T.J.)ARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMCUSA3:23:460:03:19
3211MOSCA JacopoTREK-SEGAFREDOITA3:23:46
3366FIORELLI FilippoNIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE'ITA3:24:000:03:33
3447MARENGO UmbertoNERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTMITA3:24:020:03:35
35151DANIEL GregoryDC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAMUSA3:24:240:03:57
364HOWES AlexEF EDUCATION FIRSTUSA3:24:24
3775MCCABE TravisWORTHY PRO CYCLINGUSA3:25:050:04:38
381MORTON LachlanEF EDUCATION FIRSTAUS3:26:450:06:18
3961CANOLA MarcoNIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE'ITA3:26:480:06:21
4033BOIVIN GuillaumeISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYCAN3:27:110:06:44
4195ALARCÓN CARES Pablo AndrésCANEL'S – SPECIALIZEDCHI3:27:11
4291SANCHEZ GUARIN Oscar EduardoCANEL'S – SPECIALIZEDCOL3:27:11
4357* VERMAERKE KevinHAGENS BERMAN AXEONUSA3:27:11
44145DE LUNA Flavio Alejandro3O3 PROJECTMEX3:27:11
4534EARLE NathanISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYAUS3:27:11
46125WOLFE BenjaminARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMCUSA3:27:11
4736NIV GuyISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYISR3:27:11
48136* LINDORFF TylerTEAM BRIDGELANEAUS3:27:11
49147EASTER Cullen3O3 PROJECTUSA3:27:11
5084CHEYNE JordanELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGCAN3:27:11
51111BOARDMAN SamuelWILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXISUSA3:27:11
52102* SCHUNK ConorAEVOLOUSA3:29:440:09:17
536WHELAN JamesEF EDUCATION FIRSTAUS3:29:44
5472COWAN AlexanderWORTHY PRO CYCLINGCAN3:29:490:09:22
5525MANNION GavinRALLY UHC CYCLINGUSA3:30:280:10:01
5627ORONTE EmersonRALLY UHC CYCLINGUSA3:30:28
5762SANTAROMITA IvanNIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE'ITA3:30:28
5863ZACCANTI FilippoNIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE'ITA3:30:28
5964HATSUYAMA ShoNIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE'JPN3:30:28
6012* DEBEAUMARCHÉ NicolasTREK-SEGAFREDOFRA3:30:430:10:16
6143ZARDINI EdoardoNERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTMITA3:31:080:10:41
62123RHIM BrendanARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMCUSA3:31:100:10:43
6383CASTILLO SOTO Ulises AlfredoELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGMEX3:32:300:12:03
64114* VODICKA CamdenWILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXISUSA3:33:100:12:43
65157ZIMMER MatthewDC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAMUSA3:33:290:13:02
66116* GULLICKSON FinnWILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXISUSA3:33:29
67165THURAU SvenTEAM DAUNER|AKKONGER3:33:29
68144BACA Antonio3O3 PROJECTMEX3:33:29
69107* MCGILL ScottAEVOLOUSA3:33:29
70104* BICKMORE CadeAEVOLOUSA3:33:29
71134TOOVEY AydenTEAM BRIDGELANEAUS3:33:29
72156* THIBAULT Jean-DenisDC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAMCAN3:33:29
73132SUNDERLAND DylanTEAM BRIDGELANEAUS3:33:29
7474JEAN EmileWORTHY PRO CYCLINGCAN3:33:29
7573GRANIGAN NoahWORTHY PRO CYCLINGUSA3:33:29
7656RICE MichaelHAGENS BERMAN AXEONAUS3:33:29
77127OIEN Justin AlexanderARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMCUSA3:33:29
7853* DAVIS ColeHAGENS BERMAN AXEONUSA3:34:030:13:36
7955* REVARD ThomasHAGENS BERMAN AXEONUSA3:34:03
80117ROSS KentWILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXISUSA3:34:150:13:48
8186SIMPSON GeorgeELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGUSA3:34:170:13:50
8265LONARDI GiovanniNIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE'ITA3:34:220:13:55
8322HUFFMAN EvanRALLY UHC CYCLINGUSA3:34:22
84141NEWKIRK Isaiah3O3 PROJECTUSA3:35:010:14:34
85122FLAKSIS AndzsARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMCLAT3:35:210:14:54
86124PUTT TannerARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMCUSA3:35:21
8737SCHREURS HamishISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYNZL3:37:220:16:55
8885* RODRIGUEZ VICTORIA Jose AlfredoELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGMEX3:37:440:17:17
8987YOUNG EricELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGUSA3:37:44
90162FLAUTT OliverTEAM DAUNER|AKKONUSA3:37:44
9124ELLSAY NigelRALLY UHC CYCLINGCAN3:37:44
92153LEPLINGARD AntoineDC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAMFRA3:37:44
9323MAGNER TylerRALLY UHC CYCLINGUSA3:37:44
94143STEPHENS Austin3O3 PROJECTUSA3:37:44
95115CHANCE MaxxWILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXISUSA3:37:44
96161MAMOS PhilippTEAM DAUNER|AKKONGER3:37:44
97112BASSETT StephenWILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXISUSA3:37:44
9871CLARKE JonathanWORTHY PRO CYCLINGAUS3:37:44
99126BRYON MiguelARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMCUSA3:37:44
100105* BRUNNER EricAEVOLOUSA3:38:290:18:02
10197LARA CARBAJAL FranciscoCANEL'S – SPECIALIZEDMEX3:45:140:24:47
10296* PALMA DAJUI LeonelCANEL'S – SPECIALIZEDMEX3:46:420:26:15
       
GENERAL CLASSIFICATION
PositionNo.RiderTeamCountryTimeGap
135HERMANS BenISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYBEL10:30:240:00:00
281PICCOLI JamesELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGCAN10:31:080:00:44
313EG NiklasTREK-SEGAFREDODEN10:31:300:01:06
426MURPHY KyleRALLY UHC CYCLINGUSA10:32:100:01:46
516STETINA PeterTREK-SEGAFREDOUSA10:32:260:02:02
63DOMBROWSKI Joseph LloydEF EDUCATION FIRSTUSA10:32:280:02:04
751* ALMEIDA JoãoHAGENS BERMAN AXEONPOR10:33:020:02:38
821BRITTON RobertRALLY UHC CYCLINGCAN10:33:360:03:12
92CRADDOCK LawsonEF EDUCATION FIRSTUSA10:33:410:03:17
1032BADILATTI MatteoISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYSUI10:34:080:03:44
11135BOWDEN ScottTEAM BRIDGELANEAUS10:34:180:03:54
1245BONGIORNO Francesco ManuelNERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTMITA10:34:580:04:34
1376SWIRBUL KeeganWORTHY PRO CYCLINGUSA10:35:300:05:06
14146EASTER Griffin3O3 PROJECTUSA10:36:330:06:09
1541QUINTANA DayerNERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTMCOL10:37:330:07:09
16101* HOEHN AlexAEVOLOUSA10:38:170:07:53
1714* LOPEZ Juan PedroTREK-SEGAFREDOESP10:38:530:08:29
1877TVETCOV SergheiWORTHY PRO CYCLINGROU10:38:540:08:30
1992SANTOS MORENO EfrenCANEL'S – SPECIALIZEDMEX10:39:130:08:49
20152FRAYRE EderDC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAMMEX10:39:280:09:04
21133MCCORMICK HaydenTEAM BRIDGELANENZL10:40:040:09:40
22103* VOLLMER AndrewAEVOLOUSA10:40:490:10:25
2352* ANDERSON EdwardHAGENS BERMAN AXEONUSA10:40:500:10:26
2444SCHÖNBERGER SebastianNERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTMAUT10:42:080:11:44
2566FIORELLI FilippoNIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE'ITA10:42:260:12:02
261MORTON LachlanEF EDUCATION FIRSTAUS10:42:460:12:22
2757* VERMAERKE KevinHAGENS BERMAN AXEONUSA10:42:550:12:31
2833BOIVIN GuillaumeISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYCAN10:43:180:12:54
29164* BAUER DominikTEAM DAUNER|AKKONGER10:43:400:13:16
3046FORTUNATO LorenzoNERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTMITA10:44:070:13:43
3125MANNION GavinRALLY UHC CYCLINGUSA10:44:150:13:51
3242VELASCO SimoneNERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTMITA10:44:160:13:52
3311MOSCA JacopoTREK-SEGAFREDOITA10:45:200:14:56
34151DANIEL GregoryDC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAMUSA10:45:480:15:24
3595ALARCÓN CARES Pablo AndrésCANEL'S – SPECIALIZEDCHI10:46:360:16:12
36142FONT MAS Bernat3O3 PROJECTESP10:46:510:16:27
3736NIV GuyISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYISR10:47:550:17:31
3891SANCHEZ GUARIN Oscar EduardoCANEL'S – SPECIALIZEDCOL10:49:190:18:55
39145DE LUNA Flavio Alejandro3O3 PROJECTMEX10:50:090:19:45
4034EARLE NathanISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYAUS10:50:330:20:09
414HOWES AlexEF EDUCATION FIRSTUSA10:52:450:22:21
4231AVILA VANEGAS Edwin AlcibiadesISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYCOL10:53:210:22:57
4384CHEYNE JordanELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGCAN10:53:320:23:08
4475MCCABE TravisWORTHY PRO CYCLINGUSA10:53:340:23:10
45106* ROJAS CAMPOS Gabriel FranciscoAEVOLOCRC10:53:490:23:25
46102* SCHUNK ConorAEVOLOUSA10:53:520:23:28
47132SUNDERLAND DylanTEAM BRIDGELANEAUS10:54:190:23:55
4872COWAN AlexanderWORTHY PRO CYCLINGCAN10:54:390:24:15
4947MARENGO UmbertoNERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTMITA10:55:270:25:03
5063ZACCANTI FilippoNIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE'ITA10:56:080:25:44
5143ZARDINI EdoardoNERI SOTTOLI SELLE ITALIA KTMITA10:57:090:26:45
5262SANTAROMITA IvanNIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE'ITA10:57:280:27:04
5361CANOLA MarcoNIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE'ITA10:57:370:27:13
54121EISENHART Taylor (T.J.)ARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMCUSA10:57:370:27:13
55136* LINDORFF TylerTEAM BRIDGELANEAUS10:58:360:28:12
56125WOLFE BenjaminARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMCUSA10:59:250:29:01
57147EASTER Cullen3O3 PROJECTUSA11:00:550:30:31
58104* BICKMORE CadeAEVOLOUSA11:01:290:31:05
5983CASTILLO SOTO Ulises AlfredoELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGMEX11:02:150:31:51
60123RHIM BrendanARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMCUSA11:03:410:33:17
6164HATSUYAMA ShoNIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE'JPN11:03:530:33:29
6255* REVARD ThomasHAGENS BERMAN AXEONUSA11:04:210:33:57
6312* DEBEAUMARCHÉ NicolasTREK-SEGAFREDOFRA11:04:280:34:04
64157ZIMMER MatthewDC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAMUSA11:05:050:34:41
6556RICE MichaelHAGENS BERMAN AXEONAUS11:06:000:35:36
6627ORONTE EmersonRALLY UHC CYCLINGUSA11:06:260:36:02
6753* DAVIS ColeHAGENS BERMAN AXEONUSA11:06:570:36:33
68134TOOVEY AydenTEAM BRIDGELANEAUS11:06:570:36:33
696WHELAN JamesEF EDUCATION FIRSTAUS11:07:080:36:44
7023MAGNER TylerRALLY UHC CYCLINGUSA11:07:090:36:45
71141NEWKIRK Isaiah3O3 PROJECTUSA11:07:130:36:49
72144BACA Antonio3O3 PROJECTMEX11:07:440:37:20
7365LONARDI GiovanniNIPPO-VINI FANTINI-FAIZANE'ITA11:08:240:38:00
74112BASSETT StephenWILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXISUSA11:09:130:38:49
75124PUTT TannerARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMCUSA11:09:150:38:51
76127OIEN Justin AlexanderARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMCUSA11:09:170:38:53
77122FLAKSIS AndzsARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMCLAT11:09:520:39:28
78114* VODICKA CamdenWILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXISUSA11:09:540:39:30
79107* MCGILL ScottAEVOLOUSA11:10:320:40:08
8073GRANIGAN NoahWORTHY PRO CYCLINGUSA11:10:380:40:14
81111BOARDMAN SamuelWILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXISUSA11:10:580:40:34
8286SIMPSON GeorgeELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGUSA11:11:010:40:37
83156* THIBAULT Jean-DenisDC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAMCAN11:11:040:40:40
8422HUFFMAN EvanRALLY UHC CYCLINGUSA11:11:070:40:43
8537SCHREURS HamishISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYNZL11:11:180:40:54
86165THURAU SvenTEAM DAUNER|AKKONGER11:12:200:41:56
87162FLAUTT OliverTEAM DAUNER|AKKONUSA11:14:190:43:55
88161MAMOS PhilippTEAM DAUNER|AKKONGER11:14:210:43:57
8971CLARKE JonathanWORTHY PRO CYCLINGAUS11:15:170:44:53
90117ROSS KentWILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXISUSA11:15:520:45:28
9174JEAN EmileWORTHY PRO CYCLINGCAN11:17:280:47:04
92153LEPLINGARD AntoineDC BANK PRO CYCLING TEAMFRA11:17:420:47:18
93105* BRUNNER EricAEVOLOUSA11:18:550:48:31
9424ELLSAY NigelRALLY UHC CYCLINGCAN11:18:580:48:34
95115CHANCE MaxxWILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXISUSA11:19:240:49:00
9685* RODRIGUEZ VICTORIA Jose AlfredoELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGMEX11:19:400:49:16
9787YOUNG EricELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGUSA11:20:300:50:06
9897LARA CARBAJAL FranciscoCANEL'S – SPECIALIZEDMEX11:20:360:50:12
99143STEPHENS Austin3O3 PROJECTUSA11:21:040:50:40
100126BRYON MiguelARAPAHOE|HINCAPIE POWERED BY BMCUSA11:22:080:51:44
10196* PALMA DAJUI LeonelCANEL'S – SPECIALIZEDMEX11:23:200:52:56
102116* GULLICKSON FinnWILDLIFE GENERATION PRO CYCLING P/B MAXXISUSA11:24:420:54:18
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  1. This is a great summary. I love the interviews and quotes after the race – more in-depth than anything we are getting off of the official website. Keep up the good work!

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