Dombrowski Flies To Victory and Lead in Stage 6 of the 2015 Tour of Utah; Utah’s Squire Moves to 9th Overall – Report, Results, Photos

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Woods, Schleck and Horner Positioned to Contest Race Lead at Grand Finale in Park City Sunday

Utah's Squire Moves to 9th Overall

Joe Dombrowski (Garmin Cannondale) on his way to winning Stage 6 2015 Tour of Utah daverphoto.com
Joe Dombrowski (Garmin Cannondale) on his way to winning Stage 6 2015 Tour of Utah daverphoto.com

Report by Lyne Lamoureux

August 8, 2015 – Snowbird, Utah – American Joe Dombrowski of Team Cannondale-Garmin accelerated away from an elite group to win Stage 6 presented by University of Utah Health Care at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah on Saturday. Dombrowski soloed to victory on the legendary 6.4-mile climb of Little Cottonwood Canyon to Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort in a time of five hours and 20 seconds.

A former Best Young Rider classification winner at the 2012 Tour of Utah, Dombrowski waited until the steeper pitches of the final seven miles to attack the whittled-down peloton. He was able to bridge across to his teammate Ben King, one of the last survivors of the early breakaway.  Less than a mile later, Dombrowski crossed the finish line for a solo stage win and overcame a 27-second deficit to take the overall race lead in the General Classification.

Wearing the leader’s yellow jersey on Stage 6, Michael Woods of Optum presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies led the chase group. Also in his group were pre-race favorites Fränk Schleck (Luxembourg) of Trek Factory Racing; Eritrea National Road Champion Natnael Berhane of Team MTN-Qhubeka presented by Samsung; and Chris Horner of Airgas Safeway Cycling Team. Woods took the four-man sprint for second place on the stage, crossing the line one minute and 17 seconds behind the stage winner. Berhane finished third, with Schleck and Horner in fourth and fifth, respectively.

“I knew that I had a little bit of a deficit to make up, so I figured just chance it and go early. We had Ben (King) in the breakaway and it worked out perfectly, actually,” Dombrowski said. “I figured as soon as it got steep that I would go to the front and do my thing. I knew maybe [Frank] Schleck or [Chris] Horner, Mike Woods also, would be on my wheel. But with the tailwind it kind of blew up the race, so I figured I would go early and hit it hard.”

The stage win for Dombrowski put him in the Larry H. Miller Dealerships overall leader’s jersey, with a 50-second time advantage on the G.C. over Woods. Schleck moved seven spots to third overall, one minute and seven seconds down. Horner, who finished second overall at the Tour of Utah in 2013 and 2014, jumped to fourth spot on G.C., one minute and nine seconds behind Dombrowski. Utahn Robbie Squire of Hincapie Racing Team was very active at the front on Stage 6, finishing 11th on the stage and moving up three spots on G.C. to ninth overall.

“Two podiums in two days is pretty crazy considering I hadn't podium'ed at this level of a race yet, so definitely really special. For the team, we've had three podiums in three days so that's pretty cool. It was a good day,” commented Woods about the success of his Optum presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies team at the Tour of Utah.

The break on Big Mountain in Stage 6 of the 2015 Tour of Utah. Photo by Steven Sheffield
The break on Big Mountain in Stage 6 of the 2015 Tour of Utah. Photo by Steven Sheffield

After two difficult years which included injuries, this victory was a great sign of progress for Dombrowski.  “I came into this season, having changed teams in the off-season and looked at everything as a fresh start. This is like my first year again. I'm just going to start from zero and see what I can do. I've been happy with the progress so far and I think this is the best yet. I'm really excited to defend tomorrow and try and win this race overall.”

King, who helped his teammate in the final climb after spending 90 miles in the break, was awarded the Vivint Most Aggressive Rider jersey. “From the start of the day the only reason that there was for me to be in the break was to help Joe on Snowbird, and everything went perfectly. It was really cool when I saw Joe coming across, ‘oh yeah it's on'.”

The Tour of Utah’s “Queen Stage” lived up to its reputation as one of cycling’s most demanding days in the saddle, with 12,959 feet of climbing and four Utah Office of Tourism King of the Mountain climbs.

The consecutive hard climbs decimated both the early 12-rider break and the peloton over the course of 110 miles. Woods and his teammates were put under pressure immediately as the race started in Salt Lake City.  A group of 10 riders off the front quickly swelled up as more and more riders bridged across. Teams represented in the move included Cannondale-Garmin Pro Cycling, Jelly Belly presented by Maxxis, Team MTN-Qhubeka presented by Samsung, Axeon Cycling Team, Team SmartStop , Airgas Safeway Cycling Team. Quickly the gap went up to 15 seconds and things started to unravel for the Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies in their defense of the yellow leader's jersey. Sensing the danger, Woods did the one thing he could do to shut it down, he bridged across forcing the peloton to chase and close down the gap.

Three riders Team SmartStop's Rob Britton, Jack Bobridge of Drapac Professional Cycling and Greg Daniel of Axeon Cycling Team split off the front while the rest of the break was re-absorbed by the peloton. All this after only eight miles of very aggressive racing. The attacks continued until a chase group of nine riders formed and ultimately connected to the trio at the front after the first KOM, the climb up Little Mountain. The breakaway of the day included King, Dion Smith of Hincapie Racing Team, Daniel's teammates James Oram and Ruben Guerreiro, Britton and his teammate Flavio De Luna, Joey Rosskopf of BMC Racing Team, Sonny Colbrelli of Bardiani-CSF, Carlos Ramirez of Team Colombia and Johann Van Zyl of Team MTN-Qhubeka presented by Samsung.

The 12 riders continued to push the pace up to three minutes by the second KOM, the climb up Big Mountain at 18 miles into stage. KOM leader Daniel easily took the first two KOMs of the day to consolidate his hold on the Ski Utah King of the Mountain Leader's jersey. Only nine seconds down in the G.C., Dion became the virtual leader on the road.

Alarms rang in the peloton when the gap hit the five minute mark halfway through the stage. It was time for other teams to put riders in the rotation at the front of the field to allow their leaders to fight for the overall. So riders from the Drapac,  Airgas Safeway, Trek Factory Racing and Jelly Belly presented by Maxxis  joined with the Optum team at the front. The extra fire power helped to nibble away 30 seconds from the gap in 16 miles.

At the bottom of the dreaded climb up Guardsmans Pass, the gap was under four minutes. Teams massed at the front in preparation of the 7.1-mile climb with its seven percent average gradient at high altitude.  Riders were shelled from the break and from the field. Loving the steepness, Team Colombia massed at the front of the field to push the pace and crush legs.

In the break, Rosskopf set a brutal pace, shelling all riders but Britton by the time they crested at 9,638 feet of elevation. The gap back to the dwindling field was 55 seconds. King was not giving up, and he would reconnect with the duo on the descent.

Still at the front, the Colombian riders increased the pace, splitting the field with 10 miles to go. With no more teammates, Woods was isolated.

Michael Woods (in yellow) tries to hold on to his lead. He's shown here with Chris Horner, Frank Schleck, and Natnael Berhane. Photo by Steven Sheffield
Michael Woods (in yellow) tries to hold on to his lead. He's shown here at Tanner's Flat in Little Cottonwood Canyon with Chris Horner, Frank Schleck, and Natnael Berhane. Photo by Steven Sheffield

In front, Rosskopf was pushing the pace but King didn't go too deep as per the team plan. “Joey is a good friend of mine, we live together in Italy. He crushed us on Guardsman, he dropped me by a couple hundred meters on Guardsman and I had to chase for a few kilometers down the descent. There was no reason for me to ride with him knowing that Joe was coming across, it didn't help me to contribute to Joey winning the stage because I knew that he was climbing pretty well based on how well he went over the top of Guardsman. I still rotated with them once I recovered but I wasn't driving it, I was trying to hold it back so that I could give it to Joe when he got up there.”

As the race turned onto Little Cottonwood, the gap was 30 seconds. With steeper pitches at the bottom of the final climb and a tailwind, the decisive attacks would need to come early. At less than five miles to go, the main group down to around 25 riders had the breakaway trio in their sights.

“The Colombian team was riding at the bottom but it wasn't quite steep enough yet to make a selection. They had a couple guys swing off, and once it was getting steep, they were hitting it pretty hard and I saw Ben just up the road. I figured that I could go across to Ben and make a small selection, I know that Ben can really drill it for a kilometer or two, and really whittle it down. And that's sort of how we did it,” Dombrowski explained.

Dombrowski put in his first attack to bridge across and Woods closed the gap with the rest of the contenders on his wheel.  King went to the front while Dombrowski, Woods, Schleck, Squire, Horner and the others lined up behind him. After King pulled over one kilometer later, Dombrowski put in another acceleration with only Schleck able to match the pace.

He continued, “Once Ben swing off, I think it was only Frank Schleck with me, a pretty elite group. The tailwind really helped me a lot because I knew that it really didn't matter if there was a group of three or four chasing behind, it's more or less the same for them. That definitely helped in term of making up a deficit like that coming into this stage.”

The 24-year old racer accelerated again and was soon solo off the front, climbing at a much faster than anyone else. Though he did have to check with his Directeur Sportif to make sure that there was no one else ahead. “My director came up in the car, sometimes you're not totally sure what the situation is. You know you're off the front and you're probably alone but I had to ask him is anyone ahead of me? And he said ‘no you're going the race, you're going to win the stage'. I said ‘are you sure'? ‘No you're going to win the race'. Sometimes in the heat of the moment, you know what's going on but it doesn't totally register. It was good getting information from the team and also time gaps from the motorbike to know what's going on behind.”

In the chase group, Schleck, Horner and Berhane sat on Woods forcing him to chase. The four stayed together until the final sprint for second taken by Woods.

UnitedHealthcare ‘s Tanner Putt of Park City, who received some of the loudest cheers on

Tanner Flats, finished 87th on the stage, crossing the line 25 minutes behind the winner. He now sits 91st overall, 55 minutes and 18 seconds down. Utahn Erik Slack of the Jelly Belly presented by Maxxis team, finished 98th on the stage, 31 minutes and 50 seconds down. He now sits 86th overall at 49 minutes 50 seconds back.

Finishing 10th on the stage, Colombian Daniel Martinez of Team Colombia moved up to seventh overall to become the Subaru Best Young Rider. Kiel Reijnen (USA) of UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team recaptured the Utah Sports Commission Sprint Leader jersey. Fans selected Robin Carpenter (USA) of Hincapie Racing Team as the America First Credit Union Fan Favorite in the Best Ambassador (Statesman) category.

Interviews:

Joe Dombrowski:

Robbie Squire:

Natnael Berhane:

Robin Carpenter:

2015 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah Award Jerseys – Stage 6

Larry H. Miller Dealerships Leader – Joe Dombrowski (USA) of Team Cannondale-Garmin

Utah Sports Commission Sprint Leader – Kiel Reijnen (USA), UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling 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 – Ben King (USA) of Team Can nondale-Garmin

America First Credit Union Fan Favorite  – Robin Carpenter (USA) of Hincapie Racing Team

Washakie Renewable Energy Best Team – Team Colombia

 

Results for Stage 6 of the 2015 Tour of Utah

PositionRiderTeamTeamTimeGap
12DOMBROWSKI Joseph LloydTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG5:00:200:00:00
2104WOODS MichaelOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM5:01:370:01:17
341BERHANE NatnaelMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN5:01:37
422SCHLECK FrankTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR5:01:37
5141HORNER ChristopherAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR5:01:37
673PIRAZZI StefanoBARDIANI CSFBAR5:02:040:01:44
733NORRIS LachlanDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC5:02:140:01:54
811BOOKWALTER BrentBMC RACING TEAMBMC5:02:14
967PEDRAZA MORALES Walter FernandoCOLOMBIACOL5:02:14
1064* MARTÍNEZ DanielCOLOMBIACOL5:02:14
1185SQUIRE RobbieHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD5:02:14
12131* MORTON Lachlan DavidJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC5:02:14
1363CASTIBLANCO CUBIDES Jorge CamiloCOLOMBIACOL5:02:540:02:34
14155* CANTY BrendanTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL5:02:570:02:37
15113* GEOGHEGAN HART TaoAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT5:03:230:03:03
1613* FRANKINY KilianBMC RACING TEAMBMC5:03:23
1714ROSSKOPF JosephBMC RACING TEAMBMC5:03:23
1851BRAJKOVIC JanezUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC5:03:23
1955CLARKE JonathanUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC5:03:580:03:38
2087* SMITH DionHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD5:03:58
21136MANNION GavinJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC5:04:040:03:44
2295BUTLER ChrisTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC5:04:04
2384* CARPENTER RobinHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD5:04:260:04:06
2492DE LUNA FlavioTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC5:05:370:05:17
2568SARMIENTO TUNARROSA José CayetanoCOLOMBIACOL5:05:480:05:28
2634PHELAN AdamDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC5:06:120:05:52
2715SCHÄR MichaelBMC RACING TEAMBMC5:06:330:06:13
284KING BenjaminTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG5:06:33
2977* CHIRICO LucaBARDIANI CSFBAR5:06:33
306* ZEPUNTKE RubenTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG5:08:430:08:23
31148EASTER CullenAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR5:08:43
3296BRITTON RobTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC5:09:110:08:51
33126MILLER CarsonJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB5:09:130:08:53
34153BOBRIDGE JackTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL5:09:410:09:21
35134* TANOVITCHII NicolaeJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC5:09:470:09:27
36132MORTON AngusJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC5:09:47
3716* SENNI ManuelBMC RACING TEAMBMC5:11:310:11:11
38112* EATON DanielAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT5:12:140:11:54
39133BRAICO AlexandrJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC5:12:340:12:14
4023* BERNARD JulianTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR5:12:540:12:34
41114* ORAM JamesAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT5:13:320:13:12
4272BARBIN EnricoBARDIANI CSFBAR5:13:32
4366* RAMIREZ BOTERO Carlos MarioCOLOMBIACOL5:15:510:15:31
4483HORNBECK JohnHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD5:16:110:15:51
4536ROE TimothyDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC5:16:470:16:27
4647THOMSON Jay RobertMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN5:18:450:18:25
4726* WATSON CalvinTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR5:18:45
483HOWES AlexTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG5:18:45
4994MCCABE TravisTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC5:18:45
50127BRENES OBANDO GregoryJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB5:20:050:19:45
51143MCCUTCHEON ConnorAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR5:21:520:21:32
5254REIJNEN KielUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC5:21:52
53142* LEMUS DAVILA Luis EnriqueAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR5:21:52
54111* DANIEL GregoryAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT5:21:52
55117* GUERREIRO RubenAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT5:21:52
56158ANDERSON JackTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL5:23:400:23:20
5712PHINNEY TaylorBMC RACING TEAMBMC5:23:40
5837* SPOKES SamuelDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC5:23:40
59144* MAUCH JustinAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR5:23:40
60107GAIMON PhillipOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM5:23:40
61145EASTER GriffinAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR5:23:40
62116* OWEN LoganAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT5:23:40
63125LEECE StephenJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB5:23:40
6453JONES ChristopherUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC5:23:40
6548VAN ZYL JohannMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN5:23:40
6671COLBRELLI SonnyBARDIANI CSFBAR5:23:460:23:26
67122TRILLINI Walter GastonJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB5:25:110:24:51
687BOVENHUIS JasperTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG5:25:11
6986BRENNAN MackenzieHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD5:25:11
7044JIM SongezoMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN5:25:11
7198ORONTE EmersonTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC5:25:11
7288SCHMALZ JosephHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD5:25:11
7345NIYONSHUTI AdrienMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN5:25:180:24:58
7425* BASSO LeonardoTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR5:25:18
75138SHELDON TaylorJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC5:25:190:24:59
76157TORCKLER MichaelTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL5:25:19
7775BONGIORNO Manuel FrancescoBARDIANI CSFBAR5:25:19
7874ZARDINI EdoardoBARDIANI CSFBAR5:25:230:25:03
7958MURPHY JohnUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC5:26:160:25:56
805KING EdwardTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG5:26:16
8117STETINA PeterBMC RACING TEAMBMC5:26:16
8252CANOLA MarcoUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC5:26:16
83124WILLIAMS DavidJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB5:26:16
84156BERRY JoshTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL5:26:16
8565* MOLANO SebastiánCOLOMBIACOL5:26:16
86101ANTHONY JesseOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM5:26:16
8757* PUTT TannerUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC5:26:16
88151TALBOT BrodieTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL5:26:16
8978* MANFREDI AndreaBARDIANI CSFBAR5:26:16
90135FISHER SteveJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC5:26:16
9176* ANDREETTA SimoneBARDIANI CSFBAR5:26:16
9246REGUIGUI YoucefMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN5:26:370:26:17
9332* KERBY JordanDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC5:26:490:26:29
9456SUMMERHILL DanielUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC5:27:380:27:18
9524SILVESTRE FabioTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR5:32:100:31:50
9661AVILA VANEGAS Edwin AlcibiadesCOLOMBIACOL5:32:10
9731BROWN GraemeDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC5:32:10
98137SLACK ErikJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC5:32:10
99102SOLADAY ThomasOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM5:32:10
10093BELL ZacharyTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC5:32:10
101106ZWIZANSKI ScottOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM5:32:10
102147GOTTLIEB KevinAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR5:32:10
103105NAUD PierrickOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM5:32:10
10481MAGNER TylerHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD5:32:150:31:55
10582CLARK OscarHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD5:32:390:32:19
 Riders dropping out
42BRAMMEIER MattMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN
43GOSS Matthew HarleyMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN
108YOUNG EricOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM
123JACQUES-MAYNES BenJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB
152O'SHEA GlennTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL
154NANKERVIS TommyTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL
 The following competitors were signed out from the race:
UCI CodeTeamTeamReason
91SLO19841018TEAM SMARTSTOPSSCNot signed in
121ARG19830418JAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHBNot signed in
 Number of not started: 2
 Number of starters: 111
 Number remaining: 105
 Riders after time limit: —
 Riders dropping out: 42, 43, 108, 123, 152, 154 (=6)
 Last calculated: 8-08, 16.39 (Mountain Daylight Time)
 Classification software: StageRace 2005 software  —  www.stagerace.com

 

 General classification after: Stage 6 – SLC to Snowbird pb UofU Health Care
 Average speed of winner: 41.009 km/h<BR>25.482 mph
 Total distance: 1019,5km<BR>633,48m
 Time of winner: 24.51'37”
PositionRiderTeamTeamTimeGap
12DOMBROWSKI Joseph LloydTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG24:51:370:00:00
2104WOODS MichaelOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM24:52:270:00:50
322SCHLECK FrankTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR24:52:440:01:07
4141HORNER ChristopherAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR24:52:460:01:09
541BERHANE NatnaelMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN24:53:030:01:26
611BOOKWALTER BrentBMC RACING TEAMBMC24:53:080:01:31
764* MARTÍNEZ DanielCOLOMBIACOL24:53:180:01:41
833NORRIS LachlanDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC24:53:190:01:42
985SQUIRE RobbieHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD24:53:230:01:46
10131* MORTON Lachlan DavidJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC24:53:270:01:50
1167PEDRAZA MORALES Walter FernandoCOLOMBIACOL24:53:330:01:56
1263CASTIBLANCO CUBIDES Jorge CamiloCOLOMBIACOL24:54:160:02:39
13113* GEOGHEGAN HART TaoAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT24:54:380:03:01
1451BRAJKOVIC JanezUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC24:54:420:03:05
1587* SMITH DionHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD24:54:570:03:20
1614ROSSKOPF JosephBMC RACING TEAMBMC24:55:010:03:24
1773PIRAZZI StefanoBARDIANI CSFBAR24:55:140:03:37
1895BUTLER ChrisTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC24:55:380:04:01
1984* CARPENTER RobinHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD24:56:170:04:40
20155* CANTY BrendanTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL24:56:220:04:45
21136MANNION GavinJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC24:56:320:04:55
2292DE LUNA FlavioTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC24:56:540:05:17
2368SARMIENTO TUNARROSA José CayetanoCOLOMBIACOL24:59:260:07:49
2413* FRANKINY KilianBMC RACING TEAMBMC24:59:330:07:56
2515SCHÄR MichaelBMC RACING TEAMBMC24:59:350:07:58
266* ZEPUNTKE RubenTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG25:00:090:08:32
2734PHELAN AdamDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC25:00:120:08:35
2896BRITTON RobTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC25:01:030:09:26
2977* CHIRICO LucaBARDIANI CSFBAR25:03:140:11:37
30114* ORAM JamesAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT25:04:450:13:08
31126MILLER CarsonJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB25:05:590:14:22
3216* SENNI ManuelBMC RACING TEAMBMC25:06:100:14:33
33134* TANOVITCHII NicolaeJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC25:06:200:14:43
3472BARBIN EnricoBARDIANI CSFBAR25:06:380:15:01
354KING BenjaminTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG25:07:200:15:43
3683HORNBECK JohnHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD25:07:410:16:04
37133BRAICO AlexandrJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC25:08:020:16:25
383HOWES AlexTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG25:10:050:18:28
39132MORTON AngusJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC25:10:200:18:43
4094MCCABE TravisTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC25:10:360:18:59
4123* BERNARD JulianTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR25:11:180:19:41
42127BRENES OBANDO GregoryJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB25:11:310:19:54
4354REIJNEN KielUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC25:12:490:21:12
44117* GUERREIRO RubenAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT25:12:560:21:19
45143MCCUTCHEON ConnorAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR25:13:180:21:41
4636ROE TimothyDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC25:13:400:22:03
47153BOBRIDGE JackTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL25:13:570:22:20
48116* OWEN LoganAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT25:14:560:23:19
49112* EATON DanielAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT25:15:070:23:30
50107GAIMON PhillipOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM25:15:140:23:37
5147THOMSON Jay RobertMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN25:16:190:24:42
5225* BASSO LeonardoTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR25:16:220:24:45
5366* RAMIREZ BOTERO Carlos MarioCOLOMBIACOL25:16:490:25:12
5471COLBRELLI SonnyBARDIANI CSFBAR25:16:580:25:21
5575BONGIORNO Manuel FrancescoBARDIANI CSFBAR25:19:090:27:32
56138SHELDON TaylorJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC25:20:560:29:19
5755CLARKE JonathanUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC25:21:550:30:18
5812PHINNEY TaylorBMC RACING TEAMBMC25:23:090:31:32
5946REGUIGUI YoucefMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN25:23:160:31:39
6061AVILA VANEGAS Edwin AlcibiadesCOLOMBIACOL25:23:310:31:54
6152CANOLA MarcoUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC25:25:030:33:26
62142* LEMUS DAVILA Luis EnriqueAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR25:25:590:34:22
63111* DANIEL GregoryAXEON CYCLING TEAMBDT25:26:100:34:33
64125LEECE StephenJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB25:26:170:34:40
6548VAN ZYL JohannMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN25:26:250:34:48
66145EASTER GriffinAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR25:26:570:35:20
6745NIYONSHUTI AdrienMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN25:27:470:36:10
687BOVENHUIS JasperTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG25:29:030:37:26
69148EASTER CullenAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR25:29:230:37:46
7065* MOLANO SebastiánCOLOMBIACOL25:31:370:40:00
7156SUMMERHILL DanielUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC25:32:540:41:17
7288SCHMALZ JosephHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD25:32:570:41:20
7326* WATSON CalvinTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR25:33:060:41:29
74158ANDERSON JackTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL25:33:370:42:00
755KING EdwardTEAM CANNONDALE-GARMINTCG25:33:440:42:07
7644JIM SongezoMTN-QHUBEKA p/b SAMSUNGMTN25:35:040:43:27
77135FISHER SteveJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC25:35:100:43:33
7898ORONTE EmersonTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC25:36:020:44:25
7932* KERBY JordanDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC25:36:120:44:35
80101ANTHONY JesseOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM25:36:290:44:52
8174ZARDINI EdoardoBARDIANI CSFBAR25:36:420:45:05
82122TRILLINI Walter GastonJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB25:37:310:45:54
8358MURPHY JohnUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC25:38:130:46:36
84106ZWIZANSKI ScottOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM25:39:500:48:13
8517STETINA PeterBMC RACING TEAMBMC25:40:050:48:28
86137SLACK ErikJELLY BELLY p/b MAXXISJBC25:41:270:49:50
87124WILLIAMS DavidJAMIS-HAGENS BERMAN p/b SUTTER HOMEJHB25:43:010:51:24
8886BRENNAN MackenzieHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD25:44:270:52:50
8953JONES ChristopherUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC25:46:010:54:24
9024SILVESTRE FabioTREK FACTORY RACINGTFR25:46:420:55:05
9157* PUTT TannerUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC25:46:550:55:18
92105NAUD PierrickOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM25:47:020:55:25
93151TALBOT BrodieTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL25:47:480:56:11
94157TORCKLER MichaelTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL25:48:010:56:24
9581MAGNER TylerHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD25:49:430:58:06
96156BERRY JoshTEAM BUDGET FORKLIFTSBFL25:50:090:58:32
97144* MAUCH JustinAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR25:53:531:02:16
9882CLARK OscarHINCAPIE RACING TEAMHSD25:54:271:02:50
9937* SPOKES SamuelDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC25:55:291:03:52
10076* ANDREETTA SimoneBARDIANI CSFBAR25:56:531:05:16
10193BELL ZacharyTEAM SMARTSTOPSSC26:01:271:09:50
10278* MANFREDI AndreaBARDIANI CSFBAR26:04:141:12:37
103147GOTTLIEB KevinAIRGAS SAFEWAY CYCLING TEAMAIR26:14:341:22:57
10431BROWN GraemeDRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLINGDPC26:21:471:30:10
105102SOLADAY ThomasOPTUM p/b KELLY BENEFIT STRATEGIESOPM26:27:061:35:29
 Last calculated: 8-08, 16.39 (Mountain Daylight Time)
 Classification software: StageRace 2005 software  —  www.stagerace.com

 

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