Dombrowski Claims Overall Victory in Park City at 2015 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah; Utah’s Squire Finishes 9th

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The fans go crazy as as  Norris (Drapac) outsprints Bookwalter (BMC)on an uphill finish on the streets of Park City  to win Stage 7, 2015 Tour of Utah, daverphoto.com
The fans go crazy as as Norris (Drapac) outsprints Bookwalter (BMC) on an uphill finish on the streets of Park City to win Stage 7, 2015 Tour of Utah, daverphoto.com

Lachlan Morris Wins Final Stage in 2-Up Sprint

2015 Tour of Utah Finishes in Park City to Huge Crowds

Race Report by Lyne Lamoureux

August 9, 2015 – Park City, Utah – Young American Joe Dombrowski (Cannondale-Garmin) fended off the top cyclists in the world and earned the top prize at the 2015 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah in front of huge crowds in Park City on Sunday.

“It was a great week for us as a team. I'll definitely remember yesterday's stage, winning the stage and taking yellow. It was really a great team effort today. They did a super job controlling the race going into the final climb, and then put me in the right spot, and from there, it was just follow everybody,” said the 24-year-old Dombrowski, riding his first year with Team Cannondale-Garmin. He finished fourth overall at the 2012 Tour of Utah while riding for the Trek-Livestrong team.

Stage 7 presented by VLCM/Barracuda found a select group of riders battling for the overall victory on the Hors Category climb of Empire Pass, one of the hardest climbs in the world, followed by the thrilling descent into Park City. Two riders escaped atop the 10-kilometer climb with Australian Lachlan Norris (Drapac) and American Brent Bookwalter (BMC). Blasting downhill at speeds reaching 60 miles per hour, Norris out dueled Bookwalter for the Stage 7 win.

Eritrean National Road Champion Natnael Berhane (MTN-Qhubeka) led the seven-rider chase group across the finish line for third place, 20 seconds later. Dombrowski finished ninth at the end of the chase group to close the deal on his first stage race victory.

“I was pretty excited,” Norris said of the biggest victory of his career. “It's a big win for me and huge for the team as well. We really came here wanting to win a stage and unfortunately it was bit hillier than we thought for our sprint boys, it was up to the skinny guys. I'm glad that I could take the win for the team.”

2015 Tour of Utah Overall Champion Joe Dombrowski leads the chase group on the Empire Pass Climb in Stage 7. Photo by Steven Sheffield
2015 Tour of Utah Overall Champion Joe Dombrowski leads the chase group on the Empire Pass Climb in Stage 7. Utah rider Robbie Squire is on the left with the black helment. Photo by Steven Sheffield

With not only the stage win but all the jerseys up for grabs, the final stage of the Tour of Utah was set for a showdown. Though Dombrowski had shown dominance in his victory on the Queen Stage that gave him a 50-second lead in the general classification, any sign of weakness on Empire Pass could result in minutes lost.

The first attack in the 78-mile stage was appropriately made by Park City native Tanner Putt (UnitedHealthcare). Though his first flyer was neutralized, Putt did make it into the 12 rider breakaway that escaped in the first 10 miles. Along with Putt, the break included Rob Britton (SmartStop). Luca Chirico (Bardiani-CSF), Carson Miller (Jamis-Hagens Berman), Angus Morton (Jelly Belly), Sam Spokes (Drapac), Taylor Phinney (BMC), Edwin Avila (Team Colombia), Griffin Easter (Airgas Safeway), Songezo Jim (MTN-Qhubeka), Tyler Magner (Hincapie) and Jack Bobridge (Budget Forklifts).

With Britton the highest-placed rider at over nine minutes, Dombrowski and his teammates settled in at the front of the field, letting the gap go to the four-minute mark in the next 20 miles. The first attack in the peloton came on the lower slopes of the first KOM of the day, Wolf Creek Ranch which gains 1,108 feet on a 2.5-mile long climb. Though the move was brought back before the top, it did decrease the gap to less than two minutes.

Putt took advantage of the fast descent to Midway to separate from the break. The two-time Under-23 road race champion pushed his gap to over the minute mark to the rest of the break for the next 10 miles to the bottom of Empire. Britton jumped from the chase group to catch and pass Putt while behind the battle was starting for the general classification. Woods put in a massive acceleration, forcing a selection. With nine miles to go, Britton had a 45-second gap on a very elite group which included Woods, Dombrowski, Frank Schleck (Trek-Livestrong), Berhane, Bookwalter, Norris, Robbie Squire (Hincapie) and Daniel Martinez (Colombia). Throughout the climb, Bookwalter yo-yoed off the back, fading slightly on the steeper pitches and clawing his way back up. Chris Horner (Airgas Safeway) along with three other riders connected with the group just before Britton was reeled back in the final kilometer of the climb.

Bookwalter pushed the pace on the descent, getting a small gap to Norris on the tricky switchbacks. But Norris reconnected later and the two made it into Park City together to sprint it out for the win.

“It was super fast,” Norris said of the descent. “I knew the descent pretty well. I actually said to the mechanic this morning to let 10 psi out [of the tire pressure] and I'll give it a red hot crack on the descent so I had that as a plan. It was really glad to have than plan come together.”

Though he was feeling good on the climb, Dombrowski decided to limit his risks on the descent and stay with the chase group. “I knew the descent pretty well. I've been riding here in Park City for the past two weeks so I knew they could get a gap, maybe 20 seconds up but for me, in terms of my GC spot and the gap I had, it wasn't really significant. So I was happy to just take no risks and really make sure that I stayed out of trouble on the descent and follow guys. I felt pretty confident that as long as I took it easy and didn't take any risks that everything would be alright.”

 

Overall Wrap Up

Dombrowski claimed the overall victory at the Tour of Utah, with a 50-second lead on Woods. Bookwalter moved up to third overall in the general classification with his second-place finish on Stage 7. Prerace favorites Fränk Schleck (Luxembourg) of Trek Factory Racing and Chris Horner (USA) of Airgas Safeway Cycling Team finished fourth and fifth, respectively. Salt Lake City resident Robbie Squire (USA) of Hincapie Racing Team retained his ninth-place overall.

Park City’s Tanner Putt ended up 52nd on the stage at 9:14 back, and 82nd overall. Utah resident Erik Slack finished 79th on the stage at 15:39 back, and 83rd overall. Chris Putt dropped out during Stage 4 due to a crash the day before.

“Going into today, my dream scenario that I was envisioning was winning the stage, getting onto the podium and getting the points jersey. That was the ideal outcome,” said Bookwalter who also won the Utah Sports Commission Sprint Leader jersey. “I did two out of three. I came up a couple hundred (yards) short on the third of three. I'm proud of my ride and I am really proud of my boys here this week.”

Berhane was awarded the Vivint Most Aggressive Rider jersey. Greg Daniel (Axeon) successfully defended the Utah Office of Tourism King of the Mountain Leader jersey. Placing eighth overall put 19-year old Martinez in the Subaru Best Young Rider jersey. Fans selected Phinney as the America First Credit Union Fan Favorite in the Best Overall Fan Favorite category. Team Colombia won the Washakie Renewable Energy Best Team classification.

The 11th edition of the Tour of Utah, known as “America’s Toughest Stage Race” included 712 miles of racing and 51,442 feet of elevation gain for the 2.HC stage race. The seven-day race saw four different riders, from four different teams, claim the yellow leader's jersey. The race also showcased young and up-and-coming riders taking stave victories and classification jerseys.

“It's brutal. An immense amount of climbing, long stages,” Bookwalter said. “From the first day in the cold rain all the way to this last short but extremely intense day, it's a huge amount of fatigue and a huge amount of stress on the system and I don't think that anyone is walking out of here feeling fresh.”

“I think it's a pretty difficult race,” added Dombrowski. “It's kind of the perfect storm of things that makes it a pretty tough race. But I think that's what is great about it. Maybe some of the other American races are lacking a little bit in that regard, in terms of really defining stages. Colorado is interesting because it's a bit more tactical, but they don't have really hard climbs like this.”

It all started in Logan when Kiel Reijen (UnitedHealthcare) sprinted to the win from a breakaway on a rainy Stage 1. Jure Kocjan (SmartStop) took Stage 2 from a reduced peloton in Ogden but Reijnen keep the leader's jersey with his fourth place finish. Brutal climb up Bountiful Bench and huge crowds highlighted a thrilling finish for Stage 3 won by 20-year Logan Owen (Axeon) in Bountiful.

Stage 4 saw the first bunch sprint and a change in the race leadership. Eric Young (Optum) launched his sprint early on the uphill finish in Midway. Third in the stage, Kocjan took over the yellow jersey.

Woods out-climbed everyone to win Stage 5, the brutal Salt Lake City circuit and took over the leader's jersey. Dombrowski dominated the Queen Stage on Saturday, climbing into the biggest win of his career at Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort. Norris closed out an exciting seven days of racing with his close sprint in Park City.

At the post-race press conference in Park City, Jenn Andrs, the executive director of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, announced that the 2016 men’s professional stage race will take place August 1-7.

“It exceeded our expectations this year with some tremendous winners and some wonderful racing. I'd like to recognize our champion Joe Dombrowski with the Cannondale-Garmin team, and also the winner of our women's race, Hannah Barnes from UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team. Both are tremendous champions of the Tour of Utah and we look forward to them coming back in 2016,” stated Andrs.

 

2015 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah Award Jerseys – Final

*Larry H. Miller Dealerships Leader – Joe Dombrowski (USA) of Can nondale-Garmin Pro Cycling

•Utah Sports Commission Sprint Leader – Brent Bookwalter (USA) of BMC Racing Team

•Utah Office of Tourism King of the Mountain Leader – Greg Daniel (USA) of Axeon Cycling Team

•Subaru Best Young Rider – Daniel Martinez (Colombia) of Team Colombia

•Vivint Most Aggressive Rider – Natnael Berhane (Eritrea) of Team MTN-Qhubeka presented by Samsung

•America First Credit Union Fan Favorite  – Taylor Phinney (USA) of BMC Racing Team

•Washakie Renewable Energy Best Team –  Team Colombia

 

2015 Tour of Utah Stage 7 Results:

 Stage: August 9, 2015
 Arrival classification: Stage 7 – Park City to Park City pb VLCM Barracuda
 Average speed of winner: 38.645 km/h<BR>24.013 mph
 Distance: 125,5km<BR>77,982m/(1019,5km — 711,47m)
 Time of winner: 3.14'51”
 Commencement: 12:20 PM
PositionRiderTeamTeamTimeGapBonuses
133NORRIS LachlanDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC3:14:510:00:0010
211BOOKWALTER BrentBMC RACING TEAMBMC3:14:510:00:006
341BERHANE NatnaelMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN3:15:110:00:204
485SQUIRE RobbieHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD3:15:11
5141HORNER ChristopherAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR3:15:11
622SCHLECK FrankTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR3:15:11
7131* MORTON Lachlan DavidJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC3:15:11
864* MARTÍNEZ DanielCOLOMBIACOL3:15:11
92DOMBROWSKI Joseph LloydTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG3:15:11
1096BRITTON RobTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC3:15:390:00:48
11104WOODS MichaelOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM3:15:110:00:20
1292DE LUNA FlavioTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC3:16:250:01:34
1367PEDRAZA MORALES Walter FernandoCOLOMBIACOL3:16:25
1473PIRAZZI StefanoBARDIANI CSFBAR3:16:320:01:41
1563CASTIBLANCO CUBIDES Jorge CamiloCOLOMBIACOL3:16:350:01:44
16113* GEOGHEGAN HART TaoAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT3:16:35
1751BRAJKOVIC JanezUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC3:16:35
1815SCHÄR MichaelBMC RACING TEAMBMC3:16:480:01:57
19155* CANTY BrendanTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL3:16:48
2016* SENNI ManuelBMC RACING TEAMBMC3:17:440:02:53
2184* CARPENTER RobinHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD3:17:470:02:56
2287* SMITH DionHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD3:18:010:03:10
2314ROSSKOPF JosephBMC RACING TEAMBMC3:18:020:03:11
2495BUTLER ChrisTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC3:18:050:03:14
2566* RAMIREZ BOTERO Carlos MarioCOLOMBIACOL3:18:160:03:25
2668SARMIENTO TUNARROSA José CayetanoCOLOMBIACOL3:18:16
2774ZARDINI EdoardoBARDIANI CSFBAR3:18:220:03:31
28117* GUERREIRO RubenAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT3:18:240:03:33
2923* BERNARD JulianTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR3:18:490:03:58
3025* BASSO LeonardoTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR3:18:49
31142* LEMUS DAVILA Luis EnriqueAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR3:19:280:04:37
3234PHELAN AdamDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC3:19:580:05:07
3336ROE TimothyDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC3:19:58
34112* EATON DanielAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT3:20:280:05:37
35143MCCUTCHEON ConnorAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR3:20:560:06:05
36145EASTER GriffinAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR3:20:56
3737* SPOKES SamuelDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC3:21:030:06:12
38134* TANOVITCHII NicolaeJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC3:21:550:07:04
3913* FRANKINY KilianBMC RACING TEAMBMC3:21:570:07:06
403HOWES AlexTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG3:21:590:07:08
4144JIM SongezoMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN3:22:540:08:031
424KING BenjaminTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG3:23:000:08:09
4352CANOLA MarcoUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC3:23:00
446* ZEPUNTKE RubenTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG3:23:00
4561AVILA VANEGAS Edwin AlcibiadesCOLOMBIACOL3:23:040:08:132
46132MORTON AngusJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC3:23:090:08:183
47144* MAUCH JustinAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR3:23:09
4845NIYONSHUTI AdrienMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN3:23:09
49133BRAICO AlexandrJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC3:23:110:08:20
50153BOBRIDGE JackTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL3:23:410:08:50
51114* ORAM JamesAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT3:24:050:09:14
5257* PUTT TannerUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC3:24:053
5347THOMSON Jay RobertMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN3:24:140:09:23
5426* WATSON CalvinTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR3:25:130:10:22
55111* DANIEL GregoryAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT3:25:13
5672BARBIN EnricoBARDIANI CSFBAR3:25:360:10:45
5783HORNBECK JohnHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD3:27:040:12:13
58136MANNION GavinJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC3:27:050:12:14
5988SCHMALZ JosephHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD3:27:05
60138SHELDON TaylorJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC3:27:05
6177* CHIRICO LucaBARDIANI CSFBAR3:28:070:13:16
6212PHINNEY TaylorBMC RACING TEAMBMC3:29:460:14:551
6381MAGNER TylerHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD3:30:070:15:16
6458MURPHY JohnUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC3:30:090:15:18
6532* KERBY JordanDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC3:30:09
667BOVENHUIS JasperTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG3:30:09
675KING EdwardTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG3:30:09
6854REIJNEN KielUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC3:30:09
6924SILVESTRE FabioTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR3:30:09
70116* OWEN LoganAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT3:30:09
7153JONES ChristopherUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC3:30:09
72151TALBOT BrodieTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL3:30:09
73125LEECE StephenJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB3:30:09
7417STETINA PeterBMC RACING TEAMBMC3:30:09
7556SUMMERHILL DanielUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC3:30:210:15:30
76157TORCKLER MichaelTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL3:30:260:15:35
77158ANDERSON JackTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL3:30:26
7886BRENNAN MackenzieHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD3:30:300:15:39
79137SLACK ErikJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC3:30:30
80101ANTHONY JesseOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM3:30:30
81156BERRY JoshTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL3:30:390:15:48
82124WILLIAMS DavidJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB3:30:39
8371COLBRELLI SonnyBARDIANI CSFBAR3:30:470:15:56
84135FISHER SteveJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC3:30:47
85107GAIMON PhillipOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM3:30:47
86127BRENES OBANDO GregoryJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB3:30:47
8782CLARK OscarHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD3:30:47
8848VAN ZYL JohannMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN3:30:47
89148EASTER CullenAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR3:30:47
90147GOTTLIEB KevinAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR3:30:47
91106ZWIZANSKI ScottOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM3:30:47
9275BONGIORNO Manuel FrancescoBARDIANI CSFBAR3:30:47
9355CLARKE JonathanUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC3:30:47
9478* MANFREDI AndreaBARDIANI CSFBAR3:30:540:16:03
9598ORONTE EmersonTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC3:31:070:16:16
9676* ANDREETTA SimoneBARDIANI CSFBAR3:31:220:16:31
9765* MOLANO SebastiánCOLOMBIACOL3:34:140:19:23
9893BELL ZacharyTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC3:36:460:21:55
9931BROWN GraemeDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC3:37:220:22:31
Riders dropping out
46REGUIGUI YoucefMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN
102SOLADAY ThomasOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM
105NAUD PierrickOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM
122TRILLINI Walter GastonJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB
126MILLER CarsonJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB
The following competitors were signed out from the race:
UCI CodeTeamTeamReason
94USA19890512TEAM SMARTSTOPSSCNot signed in
Number of not started: 1
Number of starters: 104
Number remaining: 99
Riders after time limit: —
Riders dropping out: 46, 102, 105, 122, 126
Last calculated: 9-08, 16.21 (Mountain Daylight Time)
Classification software: StageRace 2005 software — www.stagerace.com

 

2015 Tour of Utah Final Overall General Classification

PositionRiderTeamTeamTimeGap
12DOMBROWSKI Joseph LloydTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG28:06:480:00:00
2104WOODS MichaelOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM28:07:380:00:50
311BOOKWALTER BrentBMC RACING TEAMBMC28:07:530:01:05
422SCHLECK FrankTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR28:07:550:01:07
5141HORNER ChristopherAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR28:07:570:01:09
633NORRIS LachlanDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC28:08:000:01:12
741BERHANE NatnaelMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN28:08:100:01:22
864* MARTÍNEZ DanielCOLOMBIACOL28:08:290:01:41
985SQUIRE RobbieHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD28:08:340:01:46
10131* MORTON Lachlan DavidJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC28:08:380:01:50
1167PEDRAZA MORALES Walter FernandoCOLOMBIACOL28:09:580:03:10
1263CASTIBLANCO CUBIDES Jorge CamiloCOLOMBIACOL28:10:510:04:03
13113* GEOGHEGAN HART TaoAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT28:11:130:04:25
1451BRAJKOVIC JanezUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC28:11:170:04:29
1573PIRAZZI StefanoBARDIANI CSFBAR28:11:460:04:58
1687* SMITH DionHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD28:12:580:06:10
1714ROSSKOPF JosephBMC RACING TEAMBMC28:13:030:06:15
18155* CANTY BrendanTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL28:13:100:06:22
1992DE LUNA FlavioTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC28:13:190:06:31
2095BUTLER ChrisTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC28:13:430:06:55
2184* CARPENTER RobinHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD28:14:040:07:16
2215SCHÄR MichaelBMC RACING TEAMBMC28:16:230:09:35
2396BRITTON RobTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC28:16:420:09:54
2468SARMIENTO TUNARROSA José CayetanoCOLOMBIACOL28:17:420:10:54
2534PHELAN AdamDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC28:20:100:13:22
2613* FRANKINY KilianBMC RACING TEAMBMC28:21:300:14:42
276* ZEPUNTKE RubenTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG28:23:090:16:21
28136MANNION GavinJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC28:23:370:16:49
2916* SENNI ManuelBMC RACING TEAMBMC28:23:540:17:06
30134* TANOVITCHII NicolaeJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC28:28:150:21:27
31114* ORAM JamesAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT28:28:500:22:02
3223* BERNARD JulianTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR28:30:070:23:19
334KING BenjaminTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG28:30:200:23:32
34133BRAICO AlexandrJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC28:31:130:24:25
35117* GUERREIRO RubenAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT28:31:200:24:32
3677* CHIRICO LucaBARDIANI CSFBAR28:31:210:24:33
373HOWES AlexTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG28:32:040:25:16
3872BARBIN EnricoBARDIANI CSFBAR28:32:140:25:26
39132MORTON AngusJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC28:33:260:26:38
4036ROE TimothyDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC28:33:380:26:50
41143MCCUTCHEON ConnorAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR28:34:140:27:26
4283HORNBECK JohnHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD28:34:450:27:57
4366* RAMIREZ BOTERO Carlos MarioCOLOMBIACOL28:35:050:28:17
4425* BASSO LeonardoTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR28:35:110:28:23
45112* EATON DanielAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT28:35:350:28:47
46153BOBRIDGE JackTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL28:37:380:30:50
4747THOMSON Jay RobertMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN28:40:330:33:45
48127BRENES OBANDO GregoryJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB28:42:180:35:30
4954REIJNEN KielUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC28:42:580:36:10
50116* OWEN LoganAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT28:45:050:38:17
51142* LEMUS DAVILA Luis EnriqueAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR28:45:270:38:39
52107GAIMON PhillipOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM28:46:010:39:13
5361AVILA VANEGAS Edwin AlcibiadesCOLOMBIACOL28:46:330:39:45
5471COLBRELLI SonnyBARDIANI CSFBAR28:47:450:40:57
55145EASTER GriffinAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR28:47:530:41:05
56138SHELDON TaylorJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC28:48:010:41:13
5752CANOLA MarcoUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC28:48:030:41:15
5875BONGIORNO Manuel FrancescoBARDIANI CSFBAR28:49:560:43:08
5945NIYONSHUTI AdrienMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN28:50:560:44:08
60111* DANIEL GregoryAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT28:51:230:44:35
6155CLARKE JonathanUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC28:52:420:45:54
6212PHINNEY TaylorBMC RACING TEAMBMC28:52:540:46:06
6374ZARDINI EdoardoBARDIANI CSFBAR28:55:040:48:16
64125LEECE StephenJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB28:56:260:49:38
6548VAN ZYL JohannMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN28:57:120:50:24
6644JIM SongezoMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN28:57:570:51:09
6726* WATSON CalvinTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR28:58:190:51:31
687BOVENHUIS JasperTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG28:59:120:52:24
6988SCHMALZ JosephHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD29:00:020:53:14
70148EASTER CullenAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR29:00:100:53:22
7156SUMMERHILL DanielUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC29:03:150:56:27
725KING EdwardTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG29:03:530:57:05
73158ANDERSON JackTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL29:04:030:57:15
7465* MOLANO SebastiánCOLOMBIACOL29:05:510:59:03
75135FISHER SteveJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC29:05:570:59:09
7632* KERBY JordanDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC29:06:210:59:33
77101ANTHONY JesseOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM29:06:591:00:11
7898ORONTE EmersonTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC29:07:091:00:21
7958MURPHY JohnUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC29:08:221:01:34
8017STETINA PeterBMC RACING TEAMBMC29:10:141:03:26
81106ZWIZANSKI ScottOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM29:10:371:03:49
8257* PUTT TannerUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC29:10:571:04:09
83137SLACK ErikJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC29:11:571:05:09
84124WILLIAMS DavidJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB29:13:401:06:52
8586BRENNAN MackenzieHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD29:14:571:08:09
8653JONES ChristopherUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC29:16:101:09:22
8737* SPOKES SamuelDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC29:16:321:09:44
8824SILVESTRE FabioTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR29:16:511:10:03
89144* MAUCH JustinAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR29:17:021:10:14
90151TALBOT BrodieTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL29:17:571:11:09
91157TORCKLER MichaelTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL29:18:271:11:39
9281MAGNER TylerHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD29:19:501:13:02
93156BERRY JoshTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL29:20:481:14:00
9482CLARK OscarHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD29:25:141:18:26
9576* ANDREETTA SimoneBARDIANI CSFBAR29:28:151:21:27
9678* MANFREDI AndreaBARDIANI CSFBAR29:35:081:28:20
9793BELL ZacharyTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC29:38:131:31:25
98147GOTTLIEB KevinAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR29:45:211:38:33
9931BROWN GraemeDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC29:59:091:52:21
 Last calculated: 9-08, 16.21 (Mountain Daylight Time)
 Classification software: StageRace 2005 software  —  www.stagerace.com

 

 

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