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Milano - Sanremo • Final Road race - Men
Sunday, March 17, 2013 • 17:10

Milano - Sanremo, live coverage

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Result: 1. Gerald Ciolek, 2. Peter Sagan, 3. Fabian Cancellara, 4. Sylvain Chavanel, 5. Luca Paolini, 6. Ian Stannard, 7. Taylor Phinney, 8. Alexander Kristoff +14, 9. Mark Cavendish +14, 10. Bernard Eisel +14.

0km 

Sagan just didn't have the legs and Gerald Ciolek kept on going to the line and just stole the win. Fantastic result for the German and his team MTN-Qhubeka.

0km

Sagan looks to have it wrapped up - BUT CIOLEK TAKES THE WIN WITH A FINAL SURGE OF PACE!

0.5km 

Stannard leads the leaders with Sagan and Ciolek in his wheel. There's a BMC rider closing in from behind...

1km 

Stannard is closed down - a brave effort from the British powerhouse. Six riders together go under the final kilometre banner.

1.5km 

Neither Sagan nor Cancellara want to lead the chase and Stannard opens up a small gap.

2km 

Sagan attacks from distance! Cancellara has it covers. Paolini and Ciolek follow, as do Stannard and Chavanel. Now Stannard powers clear fromn behind.

3km 

Paolini has joined the leaders so we have six in front: Chavanel, Stannard, Sagan, Cancellara, Ciolek and Paolini.

3.5km 

Further back, another Sky rider comes off his bike.

4km 

Sagan, Cancellara and Ciolek have almost caught Chavanel and Stannard. Sagan is taking on loads of liquids in preparation of this finish.

5km 

Chavanel and Stannard are looking over their shoulders - they know that they only have a matter of seconds. It has really strung out on the descent - but the leaders are about to be caught.

6km 

The main pack is over the summit of the Poggio - and now there's a frantic 6km descent down to San Remo.

6.5km 

Luca Paolini of Katusha attacks from the pack as Iglinski is caught. Sagan, Pozzato, Ciolek, Cancellara and Paolini are on the front of the chasers as the leading duo cross the summit.

7km 

Stannard attacks again but Chavanal has it covered. Vorganov has been caught by the pack, with Iglinski fading fast.

7.5km 

Cannondale are on the front. Sagan has one rider pacing him up. Iglinski, winner of Liege-Bastogne-Liege, has dropped Vorganov.

8km 

Chavanel ups the pace and Stannard digs deep to hold on. Iglinski catches Vorganov. The two leaders still have 32 seconds on the main pack.

9km

Stannard with a huge dig. Vorganov is dropped but Chavanel is there. Back with the chasers, Gilbert has moved back to the front. Maxim Iglinsky of Astana has put in an attack from the main pack. He has Vorganov in his sights!

9.5km 

The three leaders hold a 27-second lead going onto the Poggio. It's a 3.7km climb with an average gradient of 3.7% and maximum gradient of 8km.

10km 

Vorganov is the Russian national champion. He's doing the least amount of work, it seems. Back in the pack, Vini Fantini have moved to the front. Cancellara is there, but Gilbert is dropping back a little.

12km 

Chavanel has now taken off his black cape so he is more recognisable in his blue Omega Pharma top. Cannondale are leading the chase. The gap is 20 seconds. Stannard also has shed his black rain cover to reveal his British natonal champion jersey.

14km

Gilbert and Roelandts have called it a day and have sat up for the main pack. So we have three out ahead as we approach the Poggio - Chavanel, Vorganov and Stannard. The gap is 27 seconds.

15km 

Gilbert and Roelandts are riding together in pursuit of the three leaders. On the front, Stannard tucks into a power bar ahead of the Poggio. No one expected to see him in the reckoning at this stage of the race.

16km 

Eduard Vorganov (Katusha), Ian Stannard (Sky) and Sylvain Chavanel (Omega Pharma-QuickStep) have forced a gap on the front. But they're not combining too well, with Stannard angry at having to set the pace.

18km 

Chavanel leads the chase on the descent. Gilbert, wearing a full white outfit with the rainbow stripes, is one of the easiest riders to recognise - so man of the others are decked out in black. It's coming back together, with a cluster of riders returning to Gilbert's wheel, including Cancellara, Stannard, Sagan...

21km

ATTACK: Gibert has attacked on the descent of the Cipressa. The world champion has opened up a little bit of air between him and the chasers.

22km 

Gerrans is one of the many riders to be dropped, but Cancellara is there. As is Arthur Vichot, who is seen as a dark horse by many.

23km 

Now Cannondale have come to the front to take up the slack. The world champion Gilbert is there too. For Sky, there's Stannard.

24km 

Lampre's Adriano Malori leads the peloton, with Petacchi, Chavanel and Gilbert looking strong. Andre Greipel has been dropped.

25km 

Edvald Boasson Hagan has been dropped on the Cipressa. It's all going wrong for Sky, who lost Thomas in that crash moments ago and now see their trump card fall back.

25.5km

The Cipressa lasts 5.65km at an average gradient of 4.1% and a maximum gradient of 9%. The five leaders look to have been reeled in, forcing a counter attack from Maxim Bouet, which is covered by Chavanel. It's coming back together again though.

26km

Five riders - Bouet, Lovkvist, Chavanel, Moser, and Roelandts - have taken advantage of the disruption in the peloton following that crash. They have opened up a little gap at the start of the Cipressa. Sylvain Chavanel is one of the five leaders.

27km

CRASH: Sky and Garmin go down. It's Tyler Farrar and Geraint Thomas. Looks like a touch of wheels beside a zebra crossing.

28km 

Ian Stannard, with his British national champion helmet, is tucked in behind Kiryienka on the front of the pack. Vacansoleil have three riders leading the chase in the second group off the back of the peloton.

30km

The race is back together after Bak, Belkov and Rosa are all reeled in by the main pack, which is about 80-strong.

32km 

Mirko Selvaggi of Vacansoleil needs a bike change and it's taking an age. He'll have a big fight to get back on with the leaders.

35km 

Bak has 31 seconds over Belkov and Rosa, with the Sky-led peloton rolling along at one minute.

38km 

Bak attacks going over the top of the Barta. Rosa is following on the descent. It's very wet and slippery - the peloton will not like this.

38km

Vincenzo Nibali has abandoned the race. The Italian, winner last week in Tirreno-Adriatico, just couldn't get warm enough.

39km 

Belkov is setting the pace up the Barta, with Bak and Rosa in tow. The carrots are cooked for Lastras and Motaguti. The peloton is 2:15 down on the leaders now.

40km

Franco Pellizotti of Androni Giocattoli calls it a day with a grimace.

41km

Sky have now come to the front with Vasil Kiryienka taking a large pull. Edvald Boasson Hagen is three men back, just ahead of Bernie Eisel. Looks like they mean business. Meanwhile, the five leaders are onto the Capo Barta. Bak sheds his rain jacket and picks up a water bottle just as Diego Rosa puts in an attack. Belkov and Bak can follow, but Lastras and Montaguti clearly have too heavy legs and they've been dropped.

44km 

Nibali has stopped on the side of the road - but it's not to abandon. It seems like he needs to be stationary to change his jersey.

45km 

According to Omega Pharma-Quick Step, Sylvain Chavanel has not withdrawn from the race. With around half the peloton wearing black jackets, it's quite difficult to see who's who, so such a piece of news is not wholly surprising. Off the back of the peloton, Nibali is getting some dry clothes from his Astana team car. He's realy been suffering in the cold today. The leaders are over the Cervo now. They have 2:18 over the pack.

48km 

The pace has dropped a little as Astana bring a man to the front to slow things down because of Nibali's discomfort. Europcar have moved forward, with Thomas Voeckler tucked alongside Bernie Eisel of Sky. The five leaders have 2:37. Montaguti is still grimacing.

50km 

Cannondale are really upping the tempo on the Capo Melo. They're on the descent now. Sacha Modolo of Bardiani Valvole needs a front wheel change. The five leaders are onto the Capo Cervo.

52km 

Astana, Sky and Cannondale lead the chase on the front of the pack. Nibali is stil struggling on the back of the peloton, but he's trying to move up with a team-mate now.

53km 

The leaders are onto the first of the 'tre capo' climbs, the Mele. They have three minutes over the peloton. Lars Bak is clapping his hands in a bid to return a bit of circulation to his arms. Quite a few riders in the pack are shedding their water proofs now - probably because they cannot exactly get much wetter.

55km 

If you're joining us late, today's race was disrupted by an enforced bus transfer to miss out a 45km segment affected by heavy snow fall.

60km 

The leaders are approaching the Mele, Cervo and Berta climbs. Back with the peloton and things are stretching out. Many riders appear to be tailing off. Reminder of the five leaders: Belkov, Bal, Montaguti, Rosa and Lastras. They have 2:40 over the pack.

65km 

First sighting of Fabian Cancellara, who looks comfortable, albeit very wet. The five leaders have just over four minutes over the pack now.

66km

Things are not going well for Omega Pharma-QuickStep, who lose Sylvain Chavanel and Michal Kwiatkowski. Cavendish now just has two team-mates left: Martin Velits and Zdenek Stybar.

71km 

Lars Bak is trying to blow hot air into his gloves - meanwhile, Lastras has resorted to picking up a fresh pair from his team car. The leaders ave 4:25 over the chasing pack.

73km 

A first sighting of Mark Cavendish - and it appears that the Manxman is the only rider in the peloton not wearing leg warmers. The sprinter, entirely in black, is off the back of the peloton after dropping back to his team car - perhaps to shed those leg warmers.

75km

Filippo Fortin has been dropped by the leading group so we have just five in the break now. The gap is down to 4:35 so it's tumbling fairly quickly now.

78km 

The gap has dropped under the five-minute mark. Meanwhile, Roberto Ferrari is the latest rider to drop back to his team car in seach of better gloveware. The Lampre sprinter could be a factor in today's finish - especially in this dangerous conditions.

80km 

Astana's Vincenzo Nibali looks fed up too. He's currently at the back of the peloton and thumping his fists in a bid to get some water out of his gloves. The Italian knows that his chances of winning this race are pretty small now that the race has been shortened and deprived of its two major climbs.

82km 

To be fair, the six leaders look thoroughly miserable. They're all sodden and the rain drops running down their faces look unmistakably like tears - especially on the face of Matteo Montaguti.

84km 

Of course, there's still a big chance that this break stays out. The six leaders have 5:12 over the pack with 84km remaining. Of the six, Lars Bak probably has the best sprint - although an experienced rider like Pablo Lastras could spring a surprise on the Cipressa.

85km 

Some other names we have not mentioned yet: Tyler Farrar of Garmin-Sharp will fancy his chances if it comes to a bunch sprint, as will Gerald Ciolek of MTN-Qhubeka. Sky have Boasson Hagen and Thomas - although the latter will struggle now the race has been shortened. Alessandro Petacchi could be in the mix - but does the old boy have enough speed in his legs when it comes to a big bunch gallop?

88km

Tom Boonen, who earlier withdrew from the race, is not happy with the race organisers: "I think my decision says enough. This is partly a precaution, but also a statement to the organisation. They knew long enough that there was so much snow on the road. What happens now is the fault of the organisation. Have you ever wanted to bicycle through the snow? There are nicer things than this. I'm completely frozen."

90km 

The sea looks fairly choppy as it crashes against the cliffs of the Ligurian coast. MTN-Qhubeka are having a bit of a shocker, with two riders needing wheel changes in rapid succession. Meanwhile, one of the Europcar boys is calling it a day.

92km 

Garmin, Astana, Argos and Sky are all near the front at the moment, marshalling matters. The gap is down to 5'35" now.

95km 

Following Goss's withdrawal, Orica-GreenEdge will put all their eggs in the basket marked Gerrans now - which is a worry, for the Australian is not in the best of form. That said, Jens Keukeleire is a dark horse - although perhaps not in this new shortened redux of the race.

98km 

Lars Bak, one of the six escapees, has a mini mudguard attached to the back of his saddle to keep his bum from getting overly wet. The gap is down to 6:15.

100km

Australia's Matt Goss, the 2011 winner, has withdrawn from Milan-San Remo. Apparently the GreenEdge sprinter was involved in that early crash and has been in a bit of pain.

105km

The six escapees hold a lead of 6'55" over the peloton so the advantage has only come down some 15 seconds since the restart.

110km 

The consensus is that this race has now very much become one for the sprinters, what with the cancellation of the Manie climb, which is traditionally where a selection is made. The likes of Vincenzo Nibali and Fabian Cancellara will have to alter their tactics - because they don't stand too much of a chance against the pure sprinters.

115km 

Astana, Lampre, Argos Shimano and Cannonale leading the chase in the peloton now. The rain is pouring down now and it's very windy too. Live pictures from San Remo show that there's no rain at the finish, though - at the moment.

118km

Tom Boonen is not the only Omega Pharma-QuickStep rider to pull out: Niki Terpstra and Stijn Vandenbergh also called it a day during that enforced break.

120km 

The chase is on from the outset - the big favourites will want those leaders reeled in sooner rather than later. Le Manie may be skipped, but we still have the 'tre capi' of the Mele, Cervo and Berta climbs ahead of the decisive Cipressa and Poggio. Don't you worry - there's still a lot of racing to go today.

125km 

The peloton is looking rather anxious as they await the restart. The Cannondale team-mates of Peter Sagan are on the front with their trademark green jerseys. There's a lot of water on the road.

130km

STAGE TWO UNDER WAY: The second part of today's shortened Milan-San Remo is now under way, with the six-man break on the road. Once 7'10" is up, the peloton will be allowed to leave - and we'll finally have some racing (albeit minus the famous climb of Le Manie).

14:02

News has come through that Tom Boonen (Omega Pharma-QuickStep) will not take to the restart.

14:00

One thing is certain: the six escapees will hold their 7'10" advantage over the peloton going into the restart, wherever it may be. A reminder of their names: Matteo Montaguti (Ag2R), Lars Bak (Lotto Belisol), Pablo Lastras (Movistar), Filippo Fortin (Bardiani Valvole), Maxim Belkov (Katusha) and Diego Rosa (Androni Giocatto). And click on this link to see what they looked like during the snow...

13:55

UPDATE: The latest rumour is that the race will now restart in the coastal town of Cogoleto with 131km remaining - but with the usually pivotal climb of Le Manie still taken out.

13:50

10 minutes to go until the second scheduled restart. With both the Passo del Turchino and La Manie cut from the 94th edition of Milan-San Remo, the race will now be 202km long and not the original 298km.

13:40

One rider who won't restart after the break is Dutch Tour Down Under winner Tom Jelle Slagter of Team Blanco.

13:40 

We've mentioned all the big favourites today, but here are some other contenders: Daniele Bennati (Saxo Bank), Andre Greipel (Lotto), John Degenkolb (Argos), Arnaud Demare (FDJ), Filippo Pozzato (Lampre), Mauro Santambrogio (Vini Fantini), Andrey Amador (Movistar), Davide Appollonio (Ag2R). But of course, this shortened route will change everything...

13:35

So, the initial scenario was that the race would restart with 132km remaining at Arenzano. But now, with La Manie climb removed, the race will restart at the 213km-mark at Finale Ligure at 2pm UK time (3pm local time) - that's to say, with just 85km remaining. The six leaders - Belkov, Bak, Montaguti, Rosa, Fortin and Lastras - will still have 7'10" over the peloton, which changes the outlook immensely. There is a good chance that the break could now stay out all the way.

13:30

UPDATE: The restart has been put off to 2pm UK time, 3pm local time. Also - and this is of vital importance - the climb of La Manie has been taken out of the race. Quite what that means with the break's advantage is anyone's guess - well keep you updated.

13:20 

10 minutes away from the restart in Arenzano. It will be interesting to see how many riders call it a day. Remember, the break will start with a 7'10" advantage over the peloton.

13:00 

The rumours coming from the team buses en route to the restart is that many riders will not get back in the saddle at Arenzano. Be prepared for many withdrawals - and can you blame them?

12:45 

If Sagan wins today, the Slovakian will become the youngest rider in 46 years to win Milan-San Remo, since Eddy Merckx won the race in 1967 aged 21 years and 275 days. Sagan is 23 years and 50 days old.

12:30 

Pre-race favourite Peter Sagan seems to be all smiles though as he poses with a slice of apple pie on the Cannondale team bus.

12:30 

One more hour until the restart. Many riders have been posting pictures from inside the team buses on Twitter. The images tell the story of the day: ice encrusted helmets, snotty noses and tears. The 104th edition of Milan-San Remo has been brutal - and the actual race has yet to begin.

180km

This picture from the RadioShack Twitter feed shows just what the riders are having to cope with today as they enter the neutralised section at Ovada and head to the haven of the team buses.

180km 

RACE NEUTRALISED AT OVADA: The six leaders take a 7'10" advantage into the enforced neutralised section of the race, which will be carried out in team buses. Milan-San Remo will resume near the 160km mark at 2.30pm local time (1.30pm UK time). A reminder of the leaders: Belkov, Bak, Montaguti, Rosa, Fortin and Lastras.

185km 

The leaders have almost reached Ovada for the enforced neutralised section. The next climb, La Manie, is apparently overcast but dry and clear, so we should get a good race following the restart.

190km

Official statement from the race organisers: Due to the unfavourable weather, the Race Management – by agreement with the Commissaires Panel – has decided to neutralize the race in the stretch of route between Ovada and Arenzano (subject to further assessment of the weather conditions in Arenzano). The race time of the breakaways and their lead over the chasing group will be "frozen" in Ovada and the status quo will then be resumed in Arenzano, where the race will start again around 2:30pm.

195km

Three withdrawals to report: Robert Vrecer (Euskaltel), Lars Peter Nordhaug (Blanco) and Martin Reimer (MTN-Qhubeka).

200km 

The break is around 15km from the start of the neutralised section at Ovada. They will take buses for 45km and then restart at Arenzano at around 2:30pm local time.

205km 

We're about 30km from the neutralised section and the gap is down to 8'30" for the six escapees. The peloton clearly worried about giving the leaders too much leeway ahead of the enforced break - which will be carried out in buses over the Passo del Turchino.

210km 

If you joined our coverage late, here's the big news: the race will be neutralised between 117km and 163km because of heavy snow fall on the Turchino Pass. Apparently the weather is fine on the other side and there should be a dry run in down to the coast. There's even talk of dry tyres for the riders after the restart. As it is, a break of six have around nine minutes as they plough on.

215km

The lead has dropped below the 10-minute mark for the six escapees as the peloton gets its act together. They will be eager to keep a check on the advantage now that 50-odd kilometres of the race have been chopped out.

220km 

Not much has been said about Orica-GreenEdge's chances today but the Australian team boasts the two previous winners of Milan-San Remo in Simon Gerrans and Matt Goss.

225km 

BMC have a wealth of options today: as well as Gibert, they have another former world champion in Thor Hushovd, plus possible cards to play with Greg van Avermaet and Daniel Oss. Omega Pharma-Quick Step are another team with many options: Mark Cavendish, Sylvain Chavanel and Tom Boonen are a formidable trio - but will they get over the Poggio in touch with the leaders?

228km

If Philippe Gilbert wins today, the Belgian will join the small exclusive group of reigning world champions who have won Milan-San Remo. The others are: Alfredo Binda (1931), Eddy Merckx (1972 and 1975), Felice Gimondi (1974) and, most recently, Giuseppe Saronni (19 March 1983).

230km 

Knowing that the neutralisation of this large segment of the race will clearly work to their advantage, the break is now going full throttle. They have 12'30" over the pack - which would be a pretty tidy gap once the race restarts after 167km.

235km

Crash in the peloton: Michael Schar (BMC), Angel Vicioso (Katusha) and MTN - Qhubeka duo Sergio Pardilla and Jim Songezo all taking a spill.

240km 

It's a false alarm: the Team Sky bus has been spotted so Geraint Thomas, Edvald Boasson Hagen et al won't have to hitch hike their way to the restart.

245km

Just to confirm, you did read that correctly: the riders will take team buses between 117km and 163km because of the snow on the Passo del Turchino. The time gaps will be maintained from the start of the climb. A chance to warm up and talk tactics. It's a problem for Team Sky though - they don't have a bus here apparently...

250km 

The neutralisation will mean a bus ride from 117km to 163km the time gap of the breakaway will be kept at the foot of the climb. This will affect the chase, for sure, because the likes of Astana and Cannondale would have probably set a hard tempo up the Turchino pass for their men Nibali and Sagan. The upshot is that we may see the break's advantage come down a bit earlier for fear that they could have too much of an advantage going into the second phase of the race.

255km

It's official: heavy snowfall has forced organisers into neutralising the ascent and descent of the Passo del Turchino (between the 117km and 137km mark). To see why, click on the picture link below...

260km 

Six previous winners of Milan-San Remo took to the start today: Alessandro Petacchi (2005), Fiippo Pozzato (2006), Fabian Cancellara (2008), Mark Cavendish (2009), Matt Goss (2011) and Simon Gerrans (2012). Cancellara, one of the pre-race favourites today, has finished runner-up for two years running - pipped both times by Australians.

265km

Known as "La Classica di Primavera", Milan-San Remo is the first of the five 'Monuments' of European cycling and, at almost 300km in length, the longest one-day classic of the season. Eddy Merckx holds the record number of wins after claiming seven victories in the 60s and 70s.

268km

A reminder of the six leaders, who now have a gap of 10'55" over the peloton: Matteo Montaguti (Ag2R), Lars Bak (Lotto Belisol), Pablo Lastras (Movistar), Filippo Fortin (Bardiani Valvole), Maxim Belkov (Katusha) and Diego Rosa (Androni Giocatto).

270km 

The descent of the Turchino is very likely to be neutralised - either that or they will take a different route. The snow is getting very heavy. After that, the big climb of La Manie is usually the point where a first selection is made. Given the conditions, you'd expect many people to retire from the race should they not be in touch with the peloton at this point - about 205km into the race.

275km

The six-man leading group has 6'30" over the peloton now at this early phase of the race.

278km 

There are rumours coming through that the Passo del Turchino descent will be neutralised because of the snow... More on that as we get it.

280km 

Confirmation that there is indeed snow on the course today. This picture is taken from the motorway leading to the Passo del Turchino, the first of today's climbs. It looks pretty ominous...

285km 

Should the race be together after the Poggio, then Mark Cavendish (Omega Pharma-QuickStep) will take some beating. The Belgian team also have Tom Boonen and Sylvain Chavanel to play with. World champion Philippe Gilbert (BMC) cannot be discounted, although defending champion Simon Gerrans (GreenEdge) seems to be short of form. Perhaps the race will be won on the downhill? In which case, Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) will be one to watch after his Tirreno-Adriatico win.

285km

So, who are the big favourites for today's win? Well, for many it's hard to look past the in-form Peter Sagan (Cannondale) who is the indisputed favourite. Fabian Cancellara (RadioShack) will look to go one better than his two successive second-place finishes. The likes of Thor Hushovd (BMC) and Heinrich Haussler (IAM) will like these conditions.

288km 

Reports coming in that there is snow falling on the Passo del Turchino, the first big climb of the day after around 140km. The two decisive climbs of the race come towards the end - the Cipressa and the Poggio. It is usually here that the race is won or lost.

290km

BREAK: Six riders have pinged off the front. They are Matteo Montaguti (Ag2R), Lars Bak (Lotto Belisol), Pablo Lastras (Movistar), Filippo Fortin (Bardiani Valvole), Maxim Belkov (Katusha) and Diego Rosa (Androni Giocatto).

295km

Adriano Malori of Lampre has taken a spill before the race has even left Milan. There are going to be lots of those today in these adverse conditions.

298km 

The race is under way! Gloves, leg warmers and rain jackets are the order of the day for the peloton in this foul weather.

09:05

As expected, it's wet, foul and rather miserable today at the start in Milan. The clouds are grey and the temperature is currently 4 degrees celsius. It's going to be a grim epic, that's for sure.

09:00 

Good morning and welcome to live coverage of Milan-San Remo - "la classica di Primavera" and the first of the five Monuments of European cycling.

1
Germany
Gerald Ciolek
Team MTN5h 37' 20''
2
Slovakia
Peter Sagan
Cannondale+0''
3
Switzerland
Fabian Cancellara
Trek+0''
4
France
Sylvain Chavanel
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+0''
5
Italy
Luca Paolini
Katyusha+0''
6
England
Ian Stannard
Team Sky+0''
7
United States
Taylor Phinney
BMC Racing+0''
8
Norway
Alexander Kristoff
Katyusha+14''
9
Isle of Man
Mark Cavendish
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+14''
10
Austria
Bernhard Eisel
Team Sky+14''
11
Spain
Francisco Ventoso
Movistar+14''
12
Italy
Sonny Colbrelli
Bardiani Valvole+14''
13
Australia
Heinrich Haussler
IAM Cycling+14''
14
Italy
Enrico Gasparotto
Astana+14''
15
France
Sébastien Turgot
Europcar+14''
16
Belgium
Jürgen Roelandts
Lotto+14''
17
France
Romain Bardet
AG2R+14''
18
Germany
John Degenkolb
Giant+14''
19
France
Yoann Offredo
FDJ.fr+14''
20
Italy
Oscar Gatto
Vini Fantini+14''
21
Slovenia
Borut Božic
Astana+14''
22
Spain
Ángel Vicioso
Katyusha+14''
23
Netherlands
Sebastian Langeveld
Orica+14''
24
Spain
Xavier Florencio
Katyusha+14''
25
Spain
José Joaquín Rojas
Movistar+14''
26
Italy
Davide Malacarne
Europcar+14''
27
Norway
Gabriel Rasch
Team Sky+14''
28
Italy
Daniele Bennati
Tinkoff - Saxo+14''
29
France
Maxime Bouet
AG2R+14''
30
Switzerland
Grégory Rast
Trek+14''
31
Spain
Gorka Izagirre
Euskaltel+14''
32
Belgium
Philippe Gilbert
BMC Racing+14''
33
Italy
Filippo Pozzato
Lampre+14''
34
Italy
Matteo Rabottini
Vini Fantini+14''
35
Kazakhstan
Maxim Iglinskiy
Astana+14''
36
Belgium
Greg Van Avermaet
BMC Racing+14''
37
Sweden
Thomas Löfkvist
IAM Cycling+14''
38
Italy
Mauro Santambrogio
Vini Fantini+20''
39
France
Vincent Jérôme
Europcar+20''
40
Australia
Michael Rogers
Tinkoff - Saxo+20''
41
France
Arthur Vichot
FDJ.fr+56''
42
Italy
Salvatore Puccio
Team Sky+56''
43
Russia
Eduard Vorganov
Katyusha+56''
44
Belgium
Maxime Monfort
Trek+2' 39''
45
Italy
Moreno Moser
Cannondale+2' 42''
46
Italy
Roberto Ferrari
Lampre+3' 26''
47
South Africa
Daryl Impey
Orica+3' 26''
48
Ukraine
Andriy Grivko
Astana+3' 35''
49
Italy
Damiano Caruso
Cannondale+4' 40''
50
Italy
Alessandro De Marchi
Cannondale+4' 40''
51
Italy
Adriano Malori
Lampre+4' 40''
52
Italy
Davide Appollonio
AG2R+5' 13''
53
Italy
Kristian Sbaragli
Team MTN+5' 13''
54
Australia
Mark Renshaw
Belkin+5' 13''
55
Italy
Fabio Felline
Androni Giocattoli+5' 13''
56
Germany
Danilo Hondo
Trek+5' 13''
57
Denmark
Jonas Aaen
Tinkoff - Saxo+5' 13''
58
Germany
André Greipel
Lotto+5' 13''
59
Austria
Stefan Denifl
IAM Cycling+5' 13''
60
Latvia
Aleksejs Saramotins
IAM Cycling+5' 13''
61
Italy
Mauro Finetto
Vini Fantini+5' 13''
62
Spain
Ricardo García
Euskaltel+5' 13''
63
Netherlands
Maarten Tjallingii
Belkin+5' 13''
64
Spain
Vicente Reynés
Lotto+5' 13''
65
Italy
Alessandro Petacchi
Lampre+5' 13''
66
Czech Republic
Zdenek Štybar
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+5' 13''
67
Belgium
Jens Keukeleire
Orica+5' 13''
68
Australia
Simon Gerrans
Orica+5' 13''
69
Ukraine
Yaroslav Popovych
Trek+5' 13''
70
Lithuania
Ramunas Navardauskas
Garmin+5' 13''
71
Italy
Manuel Quinziato
BMC Racing+5' 13''
72
Spain
Juan Antonio Flecha
Vacansoleil+5' 13''
73
Denmark
Matti Breschel
Tinkoff - Saxo+5' 13''
74
Belgium
Johan Vansummeren
Garmin+5' 13''
75
Italy
Daniele Pietropolli
Lampre+5' 13''
76
Italy
Davide Cimolai
Lampre+5' 13''
77
Italy
Alessandro Vanotti
Astana+5' 13''
78
Slovenia
Grega Bole
Vacansoleil+5' 13''
79
Germany
Simon Geschke
Giant+5' 13''
80
Spain
Ángel Madrazo
Movistar+5' 13''
81
Spain
Jorge Azanza
Euskaltel+7' 49''
82
Germany
Paul Martens
Belkin+8' 59''
83
Italy
Marco Bandiera
IAM Cycling+9' 20''
84
Germany
Johannes Fröhlinger
Giant+9' 20''
85
Australia
Jonathan Cantwell
Tinkoff - Saxo+9' 20''
86
Australia
Stuart O'Grady
Orica+9' 22''
87
Germany
Fabian Wegmann
Garmin+9' 22''
88
Greece
Ioannis Tamouridis
Euskaltel+11' 19''
89
Russia
Sergey Lagutin
Vacansoleil+11' 21''
90
New Zealand
Greg Henderson
Lotto+11' 29''
91
Germany
Marcel Sieberg
Lotto+11' 29''
92
New Zealand
Jack Bauer
Garmin+11' 29''
93
Netherlands
Jens Mouris
Orica+11' 29''
94
United States
Tyler Farrar
Garmin+11' 29''
95
Italy
Alessandro Proni
Vini Fantini+11' 39''
96
Slovenia
Kristjan Koren
Cannondale+11' 44''
97
Brazil
Murilo Fischer
FDJ.fr+11' 44''
98
Spain
Garikoitz Bravo
Euskaltel+11' 44''
99
Italy
Matteo Tosatto
Tinkoff - Saxo+11' 44''
100
France
Matthieu Ladagnous
FDJ.fr+11' 44''
101
Australia
David Tanner
Belkin+11' 44''
102
Spain
Sergio Pardilla
Team MTN+11' 46''
103
South Africa
Jaco Venter
Team MTN+11' 46''
104
Netherlands
Roy Curvers
Giant+11' 46''
105
Netherlands
Boy van Poppel
Vacansoleil+11' 46''
106
Italy
Giovanni Visconti
Movistar+11' 46''
107
Italy
Massimo Graziato
Lampre+11' 46''
108
Italy
Elia Viviani
Cannondale+11' 46''
109
Netherlands
Bert-Jan Lindeman
Vacansoleil+11' 49''
110
United States
Alex Howes
Garmin+11' 49''
111
Italy
Andrea Pasqualon
Bardiani Valvole+11' 49''
112
Italy
Enrico Battaglin
Bardiani Valvole+11' 49''
113
Spain
Jonathan Castroviejo
Movistar+11' 49''
114
Belgium
Kevin Hulsmans
Vini Fantini+11' 49''
115
Netherlands
Rick Flens
Belkin+11' 49''
116
Sweden
Gustav Larsson
IAM Cycling+11' 49''
117
Denmark
Lars Bak
Lotto+11' 49''
118
Switzerland
Martin Elmiger
IAM Cycling+11' 49''
119
Germany
Björn Thurau
Europcar+11' 49''
120
Russia
Maxim Belkov
Katyusha+11' 49''
121
Venezuela
Tomás Gil
Androni Giocattoli+11' 49''
122
Italy
Diego Rosa
Androni Giocattoli+11' 49''
123
Denmark
Michael Mørkøv
Tinkoff - Saxo+11' 49''
124
Australia
Baden Cooke
Orica+11' 56''
125
Slovakia
Martin Velits
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+13' 09''
126
Netherlands
Tom Dumoulin
Giant+13' 09''
127
France
Thomas Voeckler
Europcar+13' 09''
128
Germany
Andreas Stauff
Team MTN+13' 09''
129
France
Arnaud Démare
FDJ.fr+13' 09''
130
New Zealand
Jesse Sergent
Trek+13' 09''
131
Germany
Dominic Klemme
IAM Cycling+13' 09''
132
Belgium
Frederik Veuchelen
Vacansoleil+13' 09''
133
France
Anthony Roux
FDJ.fr+13' 09''
134
Italy
Francesco Chicchi
Vini Fantini+15' 03''
135
Russia
Vladimir Isaichev
Katyusha+18' 25''
136
Australia
Matthew Goss
OricaDNF
137
Italy
Manuel Belletti
AG2RDNF
138
France
Steve Chainel
AG2RDNF
139
Canada
Hugo Houle
AG2RDNF
140
Luxembourg
Ben Gastauer
AG2RDNF
141
Italy
Matteo Montaguti
AG2RDNF
142
Italy
Franco Pellizotti
Androni GiocattoliDNF
143
Italy
Riccardo Chiarini
Androni GiocattoliDNF
144
Venezuela
Jackson Rodríguez
Androni GiocattoliDNF
145
Colombia
Miguel Ángel Rubiano
Androni GiocattoliDNF
146
Italy
Emanuele Sella
Androni GiocattoliDNF
147
Italy
Vincenzo Nibali
AstanaDNF
148
Italy
Francesco Gavazzi
AstanaDNF
149
Italy
Simone Ponzi
AstanaDNF
150
Italy
Sacha Modolo
Bardiani ValvoleDNF
151
Italy
Francesco Bongiorno
Bardiani ValvoleDNF
152
Italy
Nicola Boem
Bardiani ValvoleDNF
153
Italy
Marco Canola
Bardiani ValvoleDNF
154
Italy
Filippo Fortin
Bardiani ValvoleDNF
155
Norway
Lars Petter Nordhaug
BelkinDNF
156
Netherlands
Tom-Jelte Slagter
BelkinDNF
157
Belgium
Maarten Wynants
BelkinDNF
158
Norway
Thor Hushovd
BMC RacingDNF
159
Belgium
Klaas Lodewyck
BMC RacingDNF
160
Italy
Daniel Oss
BMC RacingDNF
161
Switzerland
Michael Schär
BMC RacingDNF
162
Poland
Maciej Bodnar
CannondaleDNF
163
Italy
Paolo Longo Borghini
CannondaleDNF
164
Spain
Egoi Martínez
EuskaltelDNF
165
Spain
Miguel Mínguez
EuskaltelDNF
166
Slovenia
Robert Vrecer
EuskaltelDNF
167
France
William Bonnet
FDJ.frDNF
168
France
Mickaël Delage
FDJ.frDNF
169
South Africa
Robert Hunter
GarminDNF
170
Scotland
David Millar
GarminDNF
171
Belarus
Aliaksandr Kuchynski
KatyushaDNF
172
Italy
Diego Ulissi
LampreDNF
173
Australia
Adam Hansen
LottoDNF
174
Belgium
Frederik Willems
LottoDNF
175
Costa Rica
Andrey Amador
MovistarDNF
176
Spain
Pablo Lastras
MovistarDNF
177
Spain
Eloy Teruel
MovistarDNF
178
Germany
Martin Reimer
Team MTNDNF
179
South Africa
Songezo Jim
Team MTNDNF
180
South Africa
Jay Thomson
Team MTNDNF
181
Belgium
Tom Boonen
Omega Pharma - Quick-StepDNF
182
Poland
Michal Kwiatkowski
Omega Pharma - Quick-StepDNF
183
Netherlands
Niki Terpstra
Omega Pharma - Quick-StepDNF
184
Belgium
Stijn Vandenbergh
Omega Pharma - Quick-StepDNF
185
Italy
Giacomo Nizzolo
TrekDNF
186
New Zealand
Hayden Roulston
TrekDNF
187
Norway
Edvald Boasson Hagen
Team SkyDNF
188
Belarus
Vasil Kiryienka
Team SkyDNF
189
Belarus
Kanstantsin Sivtsov
Team SkyDNF
190
Wales
Geraint Thomas
Team SkyDNF
191
Netherlands
Koen de Kort
GiantDNF
192
China
Cheng Ji
GiantDNF
193
France
Matthieu Sprick
GiantDNF
194
France
Jérôme Cousin
EuropcarDNF
195
France
Yohann Gène
EuropcarDNF
196
Canada
David Veilleux
EuropcarDNF
197
Italy
Manuele Boaro
Tinkoff - SaxoDNF
198
Belgium
Kris Boeckmans
VacansoleilDNF
199
Italy
Mirko Selvaggi
VacansoleilDNF
200
Venezuela
Yonathan Monsalve
Vini FantiniDNF