Holowesko’s John Murphy Takes Stage 4 of the 2017 Tour of Utah – Report, Results, Photos

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John Murphy of Holowesko takes the win! Stage 4 of the 2017 Tour of Utah, South Jordan to Cedar Fort and back to South Jordan, Photo by Cathy Fegan-Kim, cottonsoxphotography.net
John Murphy of Holowesko takes the win! Stage 4 of the 2017 Tour of Utah, South Jordan to Cedar Fort and back to South Jordan, Photo by Cathy Fegan-Kim, cottonsoxphotography.net

American Murphy Wins Wild West Sprint at Stage 4 of 2017 Tour of Utah

by Lyne Lamoureux

August 3, 2017 – South Jordan, Utah – American John Murphy of the Holowesko-Citadel Racing Team presented by Hincapie Sportswear surged past the field in a wild west sprint finish to win Stage 4 presented by Workfront at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah. Traversing 125 miles of high desert before a climatic finish in South Jordan City, Murphy crossed the line in four hours and 22 minutes.

“I'm super happy to win at Utah, this is awesome,” said Murphy. “We had control with 3K (kilometers) to go, our boys were on the front and it was looking good. But I think we all knew that it was going to be a little bit too early. With 1K (kilometer) to go, UHC took over with [Seba] Haedo and [Travis] McCabe and I sat behind them. I think they opened the sprint up a little bit too early and I stayed patient. We knew that (the finish line) was a long way from the last turn. Three or four guys came by me, wow these guys were going super fast, but I stayed patient. A little hole opened up in the last 150 meters and I was able to get through it and do my sprint.”

On Murphys wheel for second was Alfredo Rodriguez (MEX) of Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling. Mihkel Raïm (EST) of Israel Cycling Academy finished third. Raïm, who captured the first intermediate sprint in Cedar Fort, takes over the Utah Sports Commission Sprint jersey.

Hard race all day. We had one guy in the breakaway, and the team stayed relaxed in the group. I stayed in the front in the last two laps of the circuits. It's a hard sprint, it's very fast and I don't know why I finished second place,” Rodriguez commented with a laugh. “I'm happy.

Thumbs up! Stage 4 of the 2017 Tour of Utah, South Jordan to Cedar Fort and back to South Jordan, Photo by Cathy Fegan-Kim, cottonsoxphotography.net

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Thumbs up! Stage 4 of the 2017 Tour of Utah, South Jordan to Cedar Fort and back to South Jordan, Photo by Cathy Fegan-Kim, cottonsoxphotography.net

It is the second stage win for the Holowesko-Citadel team, with Ty Magner (USA) capturing Stage 1 presented by America First Credit Union in Logan. Murphy added, “We were very happy already with Stage 1 with Ty and the yellow jersey, so that's why you didn't see us take control. We gambled a little on today's stage.”

Rob Britton (CAN) of Rally Cycling continued for a second day in the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies Overall Leader jersey, finishing safely in the bunch in South Jordan. The overall leaderboard remained unchanged for the General Classification — Britton retained a 26-second lead over Gavin Mannion (USA) of UnitedHealthcare Professional Cycling Team and a 28-second margin on Serghei Tvetcov (ROM) of Jelly Belly Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis.

Riders in the 124-rider field battled each other and the scalding temperatures through the Rush Valley, passing the Oquirrh Mountains. Dynamic and chaotic racing marked the first hour and a half until the six-rider breakaway was finally established.

The first move, initiated by American Tyler Williams of Israel Cycling Academy, came 11 miles into the stage. Relentless attacking continued, with the yellow jersey Britton participating at the front. Rally Cycling wanted to make sure that the right combination of riders and teams were allowed up the road, while sprinters teams were shutting down any move that included sprinters.

The field was still together as they approached the first of two Utah Sports Commission Sprint lines in Cedar Fort. Led out by his Axeon Hagens Berman team, Chris Lawless (USA) opened his sprint first, but deviated from left to right of the road forcing Raïm in the gutter. After review, officials relegated Lawless, giving top points to Raïm. Lawless' teammate Rui Oliveira (POR) was second and Ty Magner (USA) of Holowesko l Citadel Racing Team third in that sprint.

Raïm described the incident as “nothing special.”

“We were going for the sprint, he probably didn't see me, but also he wanted to gamble a little which is normal in cycling to block the others. But it was just a little bit too much I think. I couldn't pass him on the right side and he pushed me a little bit and I couldn't finish my sprint,” he noted. “Those things happen. He came to me and apologized afterwards so all is good.”

Attacks continued to fly until a group of five riders escaped 38 miles into the stage. The break included Lorenza Rota (ITA) of Bardiani CSF, Marco Zamparella (ITA) of Amore & Vita – Selle SMP presented by Fondriest, Gonzalo Serrano Rodriguez (ESP) of Caja Rural-Seguros RGA, Taylor Sheldon (USA) of Jelly Belly Cycling p/b Maxxis and Daniel Turek (CZE) of Israel Cycling Academy. Two miles later, solo chaser Brian McCulloch (USA) of Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling made the junction, making it six up the road while the field settled in behind them.

Britton's team remained in control, letting the gap extend to a maximum of five minutes and 30 seconds before slowly reeling them in. Heat was definitely a factor with riders dumping water on their heads and putting iced-filled socks down their back to cool their body temperatures.

With 90 miles to go, under orders from his Israel Cycling Academy team director, Turek stopped working in the break, causing an uproar with his break companions. Seven miles later, Rota took a flyer off the front, was soon joined by Gonzalo Serrano Rodriguez, and the duo dug deep in a desperate but doomed dash for victory. The field was all together as they entered the first first of two finishing circuits in South Jordan. Rota was awarded the Larry H. Miller Dealerships Most Aggressive Rider jersey for his efforts.

Teams continued to battle for position on two laps of the 3.5-mile circuit in South Jordan. American Travis McCabe of UnitedHealthcare launched his sprint with 800 meters to go, but faded to take sixth on the stage.

I had two teammates who were leading me out. Personally, I think we started too far back to sprint. We were coming fast, but with 1K (kilometer) to go, we were 45th position I think. I had good legs for the sprint. Probably I was the fastest guy today, but I wasn't the best. These two guys (Murphy and Rodriguez) were better than me,” Raïm added.

Veteran Murphy had experience on his side. “These sprints are crazy, we knew that it was going to be very fast. I opted for a bigger chain ring because we knew how fast it was going to be. I'm super happy. Not super surprised because if you can take experience into these sprints, you can do more than your speed allows. You're able to make some moves, knowing when to be where, when to wait and when to go.”

Rob Britton (CAN) of Rally Cycling continued for a second day in the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies Overall Leader jersey, finishing safely in the bunch in South Jordan. The overall leaderboard remained unchanged for the General Classification — Britton retained a 26-second lead over Gavin Mannion (USA) of UnitedHealthcare Professional Cycling Team and a 28-second margin on Serghei Tvetcov (ROM) of Jelly Belly Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis.

Eric Young (USA) of Rally Cycling, who sprinted to stage wins at this race in 2014 and 2015, was voted America First Credit Union Fan Favorite for Stage 4 presented by Workfront, in the category of Best Sprinter. Jacob Rathe (USA) of Jelly Belly Cycling presented by Maxxis retains the Utah Office of Tourism King of the Mountain jersey and Neilson Pawless (USA) of Axeon Hagens Berman Cycling Team will continue in the WCF Insurance Best Young Rider jersey.

Stage 5 presented by Zions Bank returns to Davis County on Friday, Aug. 4 for a third consecutive year. New for 2017 will be an inaugural stage start in Layton. The 112-mile course will roll through Hill Air Force Base for the first time, passing the Hill Aerospace Museum, the largest museum west of the Mississippi River. After two crushing climbs across the Bountiful Bench, each designated with a Utah Office of Tourism KOM, the 4,200-feet of climbing of the stage will end on Main Street in Bountiful.

Brief RESULTS AND STANDINGS 

Stage 4 presented by Workfront – Top 10

  1. MURPHY John (USA) HOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEAR 4.22'23”
  2. RODRIGUEZ VICTORIA Jose Alfredo  (MEX) ELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLING 4.22'23”
  3. RAÏM Mihkel (EST) ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY 4.22'23”
  4. JOYCE Colin (USA) RALLY CYCLING 4.22'23”, Pocatello, Idaho
  5. SIMION Paolo (ITA) BARDIANI CSF 4.22'23”
  6. MCCABE Travis (USA) UNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAM 4.22'23”
  7. CASTILLO SOTO Ulisis Alfredo  () JELLY BELLY P/B MAXXIS 4.22'23”
  8. CANOLA Marco (ITA) NIPPO – VINI FANTINI 4.22'23”
  9. CÔTÉ Pier-André (CAN) SILBER PRO CYCLING 4.22'23”
  10. CALABRIA Fabio (AUS) TEAM NOVO NORDISK 4.22'23”

GENERAL CLASSIFICATION (After Stage 4) – Top 10

  1. BRITTON Robert (CAN) RALLY CYCLING 8.53'32”
  2. MANNION Gavin (USA) UNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAM 8.53’58″  +26”
  3. TVETCOV Serghei (ROM) JELLY BELLY P/B MAXXIS 8.54’00″  +28”
  4. MURPHY Kyle (USA) CYLANCE CYCLING 8.54’06″  +34”
  5. POWLESS Neilson (USA) AXEON HAGENS BERMAN 8.54’10″  +38”
  6. BOOKWALTER Brent (USA) BMC RACING TEAM 8.54’16″  +44”
  7. EISENHART Taylor (USA) HOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEAR 8.54’30″  +58”, Utah
  8. CARPENTER Robin (USA) HOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEAR 8.54’31″ +59”
  9. CLARKE Jonathan (AUS) UNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAM 8.54’32″  +1’00”
  10. KUSS Sepp (USA) RALLY CYCLING 8.54’34″  +1’02”

AWARD JERSEYS

  • Larry H. Miller Group of Companies Overall leader – Rob Britton (CAN), Rally Cycling
  • Utah Sports Commission Sprint leader – Mihkel Raïm (EST), Israel Cycling Academy
  • Utah Office of Tourism King of the Mountain – Jacob Rathe (USA), Jelly Belly Cycling p/b Maxxis
  • WCF Insurance Best Young Rider – Neilson Powless (USA), Axeon Hagens Berman Cycling Team
  • Larry H. Miller Dealerships Most Aggressive Rider – Lorenza Rota (ITA), Bardiani CSF
  • America First Credit Union Fan Favorite – Eric Young (USA), Rally Cycling

Full Stage 4 Results:

 Organiser: Utah Cycling PartnershipInc.    
 Stage: ThursdayAugust 32017   
 Arrival classification: Stage 4 – South Jordan City to South Jordan City pb Workfront     
 Category: Men Elite     
 Average speed of winner: 28.574 mph     
 Distance: 12495m/(23139m —35635m) 
 Time of winner: 4.22'23”     
 Commencement: 8:55 AM     
       
PositionRiderTeamTeamTimeGapBonuses
1MURPHY JohnHOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEARHCR4:22:230:00:0010
2RODRIGUEZ VICTORIA Jose AlfredoELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGELV4:22:230:00:006
3RAÏM MihkelISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYICA4:22:230:00:007
4JOYCE ColinRALLY CYCLINGRLY4:22:230:00:00 
5SIMION PaoloBARDIANI CSFBRD4:22:230:00:00 
6MCCABE TravisUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC4:22:230:00:00 
7CASTILLO SOTO Ulisis AlfredoJELLY BELLY P/B MAXXISJBC4:22:230:00:00 
8CANOLA MarcoNIPPO – VINI FANTININIP4:22:230:00:00 
9CÔTÉ Pier-AndréSILBER PRO CYCLINGSPC4:22:230:00:00 
10CALABRIA FabioTEAM NOVO NORDISKTNN4:22:230:00:00 
11FISHER SteveHANGAR 15 BICYCLESCYN4:22:230:00:00 
12WILLIAMS TylerISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYICA4:22:230:00:00 
13TVETCOV SergheiJELLY BELLY P/B MAXXISJBC4:22:230:00:00 
14MAGNER TylerHOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEARHCR4:22:230:00:001
15WACKERMANN LucaBARDIANI CSFBRD4:22:230:00:00 
16DE VOS AdamRALLY CYCLINGRLY4:22:230:00:00 
17OIEN JustinCAJA RURAL – SEGUROS RGACJR4:22:230:00:00 
18FICARA PierpaoloAMORE & VITA – SELLE SMP P/B FONDRIESTAMO4:22:230:00:00 
19LAWLESS ChristopherAXEON HAGENS BERMANAHB4:22:230:00:00 
20JEAN EmileSILBER PRO CYCLINGSPC4:22:230:00:00 
21MANNION GavinUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC4:22:230:00:00 
22LAW ScottCYLANCE CYCLINGCPC4:22:230:00:00 
23SLACK ErikHANGAR 15 BICYCLESCYN4:22:230:00:00 
24YOUNG EricRALLY CYCLINGRLY4:22:230:00:00 
25BERRY JoshuaJELLY BELLY P/B MAXXISJBC4:22:230:00:00 
26BROWN ConnorELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGELV4:22:230:00:00 
27ELMIGER MartinBMC RACING TEAMBMC4:22:230:00:00 
28KUSS SeppRALLY CYCLINGRLY4:22:230:00:00 
29ALBANESE VincenzoBARDIANI CSFBRD4:22:230:00:00 
30RUBIO HERNANDEZ DiegoCAJA RURAL – SEGUROS RGACJR4:22:230:00:00 
31BASSETT StephenSILBER PRO CYCLINGSPC4:22:230:00:00 
32BEYER ChadHANGAR 15 BICYCLESCYN4:22:230:00:00 
33POWLESS NeilsonAXEON HAGENS BERMANAHB4:22:230:00:00 
34ROSSKOPF JosephBMC RACING TEAMBMC4:22:230:00:00 
35VELASCO SimoneBARDIANI CSFBRD4:22:230:00:00 
36DILLIER SilvanBMC RACING TEAMBMC4:22:230:00:00 
37BOOKWALTER BrentBMC RACING TEAMBMC4:22:230:00:00 
38BOHLI TomBMC RACING TEAMBMC4:22:230:00:00 
39RICE MichaelAXEON HAGENS BERMANAHB4:22:230:00:00 
40BOIVIN GuillaumeISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYICA4:22:230:00:00 
41MURPHY KyleCYLANCE CYCLINGCPC4:22:230:00:00 
42EISENHART TaylorHOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEARHCR4:22:230:00:00 
43CLARKE JonathanUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC4:22:230:00:00 
44POLI UmbertoTEAM NOVO NORDISKTNN4:22:230:00:00 
45GARIBAY CONTRERAS Orlando TrinidadCYLANCE CYCLINGCPC4:22:230:00:00 
46COMPANIONI RubenHOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEARHCR4:22:230:00:00 
47ARANBURU DEBA AlexCAJA RURAL – SEGUROS RGACJR4:22:230:00:00 
48MÜLLER PatrickBMC RACING TEAMBMC4:22:230:00:00 
49BRITTON RobertRALLY CYCLINGRLY4:22:230:00:00 
50ORONTE EmersonRALLY CYCLINGRLY4:22:230:00:00 
51MOLINA CANET AntonioCAJA RURAL – SEGUROS RGACJR4:22:230:00:00 
52BUTLER ChristopherCAJA RURAL – SEGUROS RGACJR4:22:230:00:00 
53LOCKWOOD CoryELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGELV4:22:230:00:00 
54PICCOLI JamesELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGELV4:22:230:00:00 
55HOEHN AlexELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGELV4:22:230:00:00 
56OWEN LoganAXEON HAGENS BERMANAHB4:22:230:00:00 
57ELLSAY NigelSILBER PRO CYCLINGSPC4:22:230:00:00 
58HALILAJ RediAMORE & VITA – SELLE SMP P/B FONDRIESTAMO4:22:230:00:00 
59BERNARDINETTI MarcoAMORE & VITA – SELLE SMP P/B FONDRIESTAMO4:22:230:00:00 
60RATHE JacobJELLY BELLY P/B MAXXISJBC4:22:230:00:00 
61MARSHALL KalerHANGAR 15 BICYCLESCYN4:22:230:00:00 
62CLANCY StephenTEAM NOVO NORDISKTNN4:22:230:00:00 
63CIMA DamianoNIPPO – VINI FANTININIP4:22:230:00:00 
64CARPENTER RobinHOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEARHCR4:22:230:00:00 
65LEWIS BryanCYLANCE CYCLINGCPC4:22:230:00:00 
66KRASILNIKAU AndreiHOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEARHCR4:22:230:00:00 
67WINN ChristopherHANGAR 15 BICYCLESCYN4:22:230:00:00 
68JARAMILLO DIEZ Daniel AlexanderUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC4:22:230:00:00 
69CICCONE GiulioBARDIANI CSFBRD4:22:230:00:00 
70HAEDO Lucas SebastianUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC4:22:230:00:00 
71FRAYRE MOCTEZUMA EderELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGELV4:22:230:00:00 
72NORRIS LachlanUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC4:22:230:00:00 
73FRANKINY KilianBMC RACING TEAMBMC4:22:230:00:00 
74SENNI ManuelBMC RACING TEAMBMC4:22:230:00:00 
75MANCEBO PEREZ FranciscoHANGAR 15 BICYCLESCYN4:22:230:00:00 
76SOLA ARJONA ManuelCAJA RURAL – SEGUROS RGACJR4:22:230:00:00 
77SWIRBUL KeeganJELLY BELLY P/B MAXXISJBC4:22:230:00:00 
78BARTA WilliamAXEON HAGENS BERMANAHB4:22:350:00:12 
79BROWN CortlanHANGAR 15 BICYCLESCYN4:22:350:00:12 
80NAVAEZ PRADO Jhonnatan ManuelAXEON HAGENS BERMANAHB4:22:350:00:12 
81BANUSHI BesmirAMORE & VITA – SELLE SMP P/B FONDRIESTAMO4:22:350:00:12 
82ANDREETTA SimoneBARDIANI CSFBRD4:22:350:00:12 
83VAN IJZENDOORN HendrikusTEAM NOVO NORDISKTNN4:22:350:00:12 
84ROBERGE AdamSILBER PRO CYCLINGSPC4:22:350:00:12 
85SNIPE GROVE Samuel HunterCYLANCE CYCLINGCPC4:22:350:00:12 
86MCCLURE ReidTEAM NOVO NORDISKTNN4:22:350:00:12 
87SQUIRE RobertHANGAR 15 BICYCLESCYN4:22:350:00:12 
88BENITO DIEZ Miguel AngelCAJA RURAL – SEGUROS RGACJR4:22:350:00:12 
89MARTINS SANDOVAL UriAMORE & VITA – SELLE SMP P/B FONDRIESTAMO4:22:350:00:12 
90MARCOTTE EricCYLANCE CYCLINGCPC4:22:350:00:12 
91SERRANO RODRIGUEZ GonzaloCAJA RURAL – SEGUROS RGACJR4:22:350:00:12 
92GALARRETA UGARTE DavidAMORE & VITA – SELLE SMP P/B FONDRIESTAMO4:22:350:00:12 
93OLIVEIRA RuiAXEON HAGENS BERMANAHB4:22:350:00:122
94SANTAROMITA IvanNIPPO – VINI FANTININIP4:22:350:00:12 
95BERLATO GiacomoNIPPO – VINI FANTININIP4:22:350:00:12 
96DIAZ CORRALES Andres MiguelCYLANCE CYCLINGCPC4:22:350:00:12 
97ZAMPARELLA MarcoAMORE & VITA – SELLE SMP P/B FONDRIESTAMO4:22:410:00:181
98MENZIES KarlCYLANCE CYCLINGCPC4:22:410:00:18 
99VAN WINDEN DennisISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYICA4:22:410:00:18 
100DE KEIJZER GerdTEAM NOVO NORDISKTNN4:22:430:00:20 
101BRAND SamTEAM NOVO NORDISKTNN4:22:460:00:23 
102KOISHI YumaNIPPO – VINI FANTININIP4:22:460:00:23 
103NIV GuyISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYICA4:22:460:00:23 
104GAGNE JulienSILBER PRO CYCLINGSPC4:22:460:00:23 
105MCCULLOCH BrianELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGELV4:22:460:00:233
106BROWN JonathanAXEON HAGENS BERMANAHB4:22:460:00:23 
107ZUKOWSKY NickolasSILBER PRO CYCLINGSPC4:22:460:00:23 
108SCHMALZ JosephELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGELV4:22:460:00:23 
109FLAKSIS AndzsHOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEARHCR4:22:490:00:26 
110SOUCY Marc-AntoineSILBER PRO CYCLINGSPC4:22:510:00:28 
111MORTON AngusJELLY BELLY P/B MAXXISJBC4:22:530:00:30 
112LEMUS DAVILA Luis EnriqueISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYICA4:22:530:00:30 
113STERBINI SimoneBARDIANI CSFBRD4:23:000:00:37 
114TUREK DanielISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYICA4:23:000:00:372
115ACEVEDO CALLE Janier AlexisUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC4:23:080:00:45 
116MARANGONI AlanNIPPO – VINI FANTININIP4:23:180:00:55 
117CLARK OscarHOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEARHCR4:23:310:01:08 
118HUFFMAN EvanRALLY CYCLINGRLY4:23:310:01:08 
119YECHEZKEL AvivISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYICA4:23:480:01:25 
120JONES ChristopherUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC4:24:170:01:54 
121PATE DannyRALLY CYCLINGRLY4:25:250:03:02 
122CHEYNE JordanJELLY BELLY P/B MAXXISJBC4:25:590:03:36 
123SHELDEN TaylorJELLY BELLY P/B MAXXISJBC4:26:090:03:46 
124ROTA LorenzoBARDIANI CSFBRD4:26:300:04:07 
       
       
 Number of not started: 0     
 Number of starters: 124     
 Number remaining: 124     
 Riders after time limit: —     
 Riders dropping out: —     
       
 Last calculated: 3-0813.48 (Mountain Daylight Time)    

 

General Classification after Stage 4:

 Organiser: Utah Cycling PartnershipInc.   
 Stage: ThursdayAugust 32017  
 General classification after: Stage 4 – South Jordan City to South Jordan City pb Workfront    
 Category: Men Elite    
 Average speed of winner: 26.864 mph    
 Total distance: 35635m   
 Time of winner: 13.15'55”    
      
PositionNo.UCI CodeRiderTeamTeam
1BRITTON RobertRALLY CYCLINGRLY13:15:550:00:00
2MANNION GavinUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC13:16:210:00:26
3TVETCOV SergheiJELLY BELLY P/B MAXXISJBC13:16:230:00:28
4MURPHY KyleCYLANCE CYCLINGCPC13:16:290:00:34
5POWLESS NeilsonAXEON HAGENS BERMANAHB13:16:330:00:38
6BOOKWALTER BrentBMC RACING TEAMBMC13:16:390:00:44
7EISENHART TaylorHOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEARHCR13:16:530:00:58
8CARPENTER RobinHOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEARHCR13:16:540:00:59
9CLARKE JonathanUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC13:16:550:01:00
10KUSS SeppRALLY CYCLINGRLY13:16:570:01:02
11FRANKINY KilianBMC RACING TEAMBMC13:17:010:01:06
12PICCOLI JamesELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGELV13:17:040:01:09
13FICARA PierpaoloAMORE & VITA – SELLE SMP P/B FONDRIESTAMO13:17:080:01:13
14ROSSKOPF JosephBMC RACING TEAMBMC13:17:120:01:17
15MOLINA CANET AntonioCAJA RURAL – SEGUROS RGACJR13:17:150:01:20
16DILLIER SilvanBMC RACING TEAMBMC13:17:200:01:25
17DE VOS AdamRALLY CYCLINGRLY13:17:240:01:29
18BUTLER ChristopherCAJA RURAL – SEGUROS RGACJR13:17:460:01:51
19SWIRBUL KeeganJELLY BELLY P/B MAXXISJBC13:17:510:01:56
20ELLSAY NigelSILBER PRO CYCLINGSPC13:17:530:01:58
21MANCEBO PEREZ FranciscoHANGAR 15 BICYCLESCYN13:18:010:02:06
22ARANBURU DEBA AlexCAJA RURAL – SEGUROS RGACJR13:18:060:02:11
23NAVAEZ PRADO Jhonnatan ManuelAXEON HAGENS BERMANAHB13:18:250:02:30
24SOLA ARJONA ManuelCAJA RURAL – SEGUROS RGACJR13:18:410:02:46
25CICCONE GiulioBARDIANI CSFBRD13:18:550:03:00
26ORONTE EmersonRALLY CYCLINGRLY13:19:160:03:21
27FRAYRE MOCTEZUMA EderELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGELV13:19:370:03:42
28LOCKWOOD CoryELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGELV13:20:180:04:23
29SENNI ManuelBMC RACING TEAMBMC13:20:200:04:25
30JARAMILLO DIEZ Daniel AlexanderUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC13:21:010:05:06
31SANTAROMITA IvanNIPPO – VINI FANTININIP13:21:430:05:48
32ZAMPARELLA MarcoAMORE & VITA – SELLE SMP P/B FONDRIESTAMO13:22:200:06:25
33WACKERMANN LucaBARDIANI CSFBRD13:22:540:06:59
34NORRIS LachlanUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC13:23:080:07:13
35VAN WINDEN DennisISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYICA13:23:110:07:16
36MÜLLER PatrickBMC RACING TEAMBMC13:25:400:09:45
37ROTA LorenzoBARDIANI CSFBRD13:25:450:09:50
38RUBIO HERNANDEZ DiegoCAJA RURAL – SEGUROS RGACJR13:26:400:10:45
39HOEHN AlexELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGELV13:27:510:11:56
40BARTA WilliamAXEON HAGENS BERMANAHB13:28:300:12:35
41VELASCO SimoneBARDIANI CSFBRD13:28:310:12:36
42ELMIGER MartinBMC RACING TEAMBMC13:28:510:12:56
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44CANOLA MarcoNIPPO – VINI FANTININIP13:29:170:13:22
45BOIVIN GuillaumeISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYICA13:29:210:13:26
46COMPANIONI RubenHOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEARHCR13:29:220:13:27
47BERNARDINETTI MarcoAMORE & VITA – SELLE SMP P/B FONDRIESTAMO13:29:350:13:40
48SQUIRE RobertHANGAR 15 BICYCLESCYN13:30:080:14:13
49KRASILNIKAU AndreiHOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEARHCR13:32:470:16:52
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52BASSETT StephenSILBER PRO CYCLINGSPC13:34:550:19:00
53HALILAJ RediAMORE & VITA – SELLE SMP P/B FONDRIESTAMO13:35:050:19:10
54BEYER ChadHANGAR 15 BICYCLESCYN13:35:240:19:29
55STERBINI SimoneBARDIANI CSFBRD13:35:250:19:30
56ROBERGE AdamSILBER PRO CYCLINGSPC13:35:300:19:35
57WINN ChristopherHANGAR 15 BICYCLESCYN13:35:410:19:46
58ALBANESE VincenzoBARDIANI CSFBRD13:35:500:19:55
59MCCABE TravisUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC13:35:530:19:58
60OWEN LoganAXEON HAGENS BERMANAHB13:35:550:20:00
61DIAZ CORRALES Andres MiguelCYLANCE CYCLINGCPC13:35:560:20:01
62GARIBAY CONTRERAS Orlando TrinidadCYLANCE CYCLINGCPC13:36:000:20:05
63KOISHI YumaNIPPO – VINI FANTININIP13:36:040:20:09
64OIEN JustinCAJA RURAL – SEGUROS RGACJR13:36:060:20:11
65MARSHALL KalerHANGAR 15 BICYCLESCYN13:36:100:20:15
66FISHER SteveHANGAR 15 BICYCLESCYN13:36:300:20:35
67BERLATO GiacomoNIPPO – VINI FANTININIP13:36:310:20:36
68JEAN EmileSILBER PRO CYCLINGSPC13:36:330:20:38
69LAWLESS ChristopherAXEON HAGENS BERMANAHB13:36:360:20:41
70MURPHY JohnHOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEARHCR13:36:370:20:42
71SIMION PaoloBARDIANI CSFBRD13:36:370:20:42
72HAEDO Lucas SebastianUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC13:36:410:20:46
73CALABRIA FabioTEAM NOVO NORDISKTNN13:36:440:20:49
74FLAKSIS AndzsHOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEARHCR13:36:470:20:52
75GALARRETA UGARTE DavidAMORE & VITA – SELLE SMP P/B FONDRIESTAMO13:36:480:20:53
76MAGNER TylerHOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEARHCR13:36:480:20:53
77POLI UmbertoTEAM NOVO NORDISKTNN13:36:550:21:00
78CASTILLO SOTO Ulisis AlfredoJELLY BELLY P/B MAXXISJBC13:37:040:21:09
79RAÏM MihkelISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYICA13:37:080:21:13
80RICE MichaelAXEON HAGENS BERMANAHB13:37:110:21:16
81BERRY JoshuaJELLY BELLY P/B MAXXISJBC13:37:180:21:23
82MARCOTTE EricCYLANCE CYCLINGCPC13:37:380:21:43
83JOYCE ColinRALLY CYCLINGRLY13:37:550:22:00
84BANUSHI BesmirAMORE & VITA – SELLE SMP P/B FONDRIESTAMO13:38:000:22:05
85TUREK DanielISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYICA13:38:130:22:18
86OLIVEIRA RuiAXEON HAGENS BERMANAHB13:38:210:22:26
87YOUNG EricRALLY CYCLINGRLY13:38:220:22:27
88SNIPE GROVE Samuel HunterCYLANCE CYCLINGCPC13:38:250:22:30
89CLARK OscarHOLOWESKO/CITADEL RACING P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEARHCR13:38:340:22:39
90LEMUS DAVILA Luis EnriqueISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYICA13:38:430:22:48
91BROWN CortlanHANGAR 15 BICYCLESCYN13:38:530:22:58
92BENITO DIEZ Miguel AngelCAJA RURAL – SEGUROS RGACJR13:39:590:24:04
93WILLIAMS TylerISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYICA13:40:030:24:08
94SHELDEN TaylorJELLY BELLY P/B MAXXISJBC13:40:040:24:09
95BROWN JonathanAXEON HAGENS BERMANAHB13:40:110:24:16
96ANDREETTA SimoneBARDIANI CSFBRD13:40:310:24:36
97RATHE JacobJELLY BELLY P/B MAXXISJBC13:40:540:24:59
98MCCULLOCH BrianELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGELV13:41:230:25:28
99NIV GuyISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYICA13:41:320:25:37
100JONES ChristopherUNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAMUHC13:41:490:25:54
101MARANGONI AlanNIPPO – VINI FANTININIP13:42:500:26:55
102LEWIS BryanCYLANCE CYCLINGCPC13:46:270:30:32
103BROWN ConnorELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGELV13:46:370:30:42
104BOHLI TomBMC RACING TEAMBMC13:46:450:30:50
105CIMA DamianoNIPPO – VINI FANTININIP13:47:340:31:39
106SCHMALZ JosephELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGELV13:47:340:31:39
107GAGNE JulienSILBER PRO CYCLINGSPC13:48:120:32:17
108CÔTÉ Pier-AndréSILBER PRO CYCLINGSPC13:48:160:32:21
109LAW ScottCYLANCE CYCLINGCPC13:48:270:32:32
110ZUKOWSKY NickolasSILBER PRO CYCLINGSPC13:48:300:32:35
111MARTINS SANDOVAL UriAMORE & VITA – SELLE SMP P/B FONDRIESTAMO13:48:350:32:40
112VAN IJZENDOORN HendrikusTEAM NOVO NORDISKTNN13:48:470:32:52
113CLANCY StephenTEAM NOVO NORDISKTNN13:48:590:33:04
114HUFFMAN EvanRALLY CYCLINGRLY13:49:070:33:12
115BRAND SamTEAM NOVO NORDISKTNN13:49:090:33:14
116RODRIGUEZ VICTORIA Jose AlfredoELEVATE-KHS PRO CYCLINGELV13:49:130:33:18
117MCCLURE ReidTEAM NOVO NORDISKTNN13:49:420:33:47
118CHEYNE JordanJELLY BELLY P/B MAXXISJBC13:50:310:34:36
119MORTON AngusJELLY BELLY P/B MAXXISJBC13:50:590:35:04
120MENZIES KarlCYLANCE CYCLINGCPC13:51:530:35:58
121PATE DannyRALLY CYCLINGRLY13:52:090:36:14
122DE KEIJZER GerdTEAM NOVO NORDISKTNN13:56:190:40:24
123SOUCY Marc-AntoineSILBER PRO CYCLINGSPC13:57:260:41:31
124YECHEZKEL AvivISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMYICA13:59:290:43:34
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