Stage 18
Blagnac - Brive-la-Gaillarde
222.5 km
Started 17:20 
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Tour de France • Stage Blagnac - Brive-la-Gaillarde
Friday, July 20, 2012 • 17:20
    
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16:00 

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Yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins finished safely to retain the race lead. No change in the standings.

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That's a second win on the Tour this year for Cav, a fourth for Sky and a fifth for Britain.

 
 
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Result: 1. Cavendish, 2. Goss, 3. Sagan, 4. Sanchez, 5. Roche. But there was only ever going to be one winner - Cav won by several bike lengths after an extraordinary surge of pace at the end.

0km 

A perfect finish for Mark Cavendish there - he came through with such speed to take an easy win. Matt Goss finished second.

0km

Roche has led it out! Sanchez follows... BUT CAVENDISH POWERS ROUND ON HIS OWN TO TAKE THE WIN!

0.5km 

Wiggins peels off. Into the last corner now...

1km 

Wiggins leads out Boasson Hagen and Cavendish. Hansen drives from the line for the leaders.

1.5km 

There's a hard left turn - 90 degrees. No one comes down. And then a hard right. Roche still leads Kloden. The six are still there - just.

2km 

The yellow jersey is right there on the front. Wiggins wants to keep out of trouble. Garmin are there for Farrar. The roads are slick with this drizzle.

2.5km 

Roche is setting the pace with Sanchez and Kloden on his wheel.

3km 

Still no uniform effort from the peloton - although Cavendish is there with Boasson Hagan in the Sky train.

3.5km 

The Liquigas rider with Kiryienka is Daniel Oss.

 
4km 

Hansen attacks on the front! But the others have his wheel. The gap is still 10 seconds.

4.5km 

The gap is 10 seconds as three riders ping off the front of the peloton - Kiryienka and Gerrans and a Liquigas rider.

5km 

Now Sanchez rides on the front of the leading six. Roche is there too, taking a long turn.

6km 

The rain is beginning to fall now. The chasing trio have almost caught the leaders.

7km 

Luca Paolini is on the front now, trying desperately to save Katusha's torrid Tour. They only have 12 seconds though... Liquigas now on the front of the chase.

8km 

Vasili Kiryienka on the front of the peloton for Movistar.

9km 

Vino is trying to get the others to help out on the descent - they know the chasers are closing in. Luis Leon Sanchez has joined Kloden and Roche in pursuit.

10km

Vino crosses the summit ahead of Paolini and Hansen. But the gap is just 15 seconds to Roche and Kloden, with the peloton right behind.

10km

Nicolas Roche and Andreas Kloden attack!

11km 

Dries Devenyns on the attack for Omega Pharma-Quick Step as Rein Taaramae of Codifis is dropped.

 
11km 

Riders being tailed off by the peloton. The gap is 18 seconds for the leading trio. Nuyens and Roy are about to be caught.

11km 

Vino leads Paolini and Hansen up the climb. Nuyens and Roy are in pursuit, with the peloton fast closing.

11km 

It's a 2km climb at 5.7%. Orica-GreenEdge are setting the pace in the peloton.

12km

We're onto the Cat.4 Côte de Lissac-sur-Couze. Fireworks ahead!

13km 

Vino digs deep and pulls clear with Hansen, with Paolini in pursuit. The Mate counter attack came to nothing.

13km 

Counter attack from Cofidis's Angel Mate, who jumps clear of the peloton. There are in fact five riders still out in front: Nuyens, Vino, Paolini, Roy and Hansen. They have 29 seconds.

14km 

Thirty seconds now the gap for the leading duo. The chasing trio has been caught - and the rest of the escapees. Not Nuyens, though - he's still in between. As is Vino.

17km

Hansen and Roy combine on the front of the break, with Arashiro, Popovych and Gretsch in pursuit. They are 19 seconds back, with the peloton at 40 seconds.

20km

It's a tremendously bumpy road this. Cofidis are on the front of the peloton leading the chase. They lost their man in the breakaway, Julien Fouchard. From the break, Adam Hansen attacks, taking Jeremy Roy with him.

22km 

David Millar is setting the pace for the leaders as they carve their way through a wooded area. The gap is 46 seconds so it's surely a question of when and not if. Although that punchy climb 10km from the finish could make things interesting.

 
26km

The lead is down to 45 seconds now as Laurens ten Dam has a turn on the front of the peloton for Rabobank.

28km

One of the leading riders is Yaroslav Popovych of RadioShack. He told us this morning that the priority of the team was to retain the lead in the team standings, but that he might try and get into the break. He's kept to his word. Yesterday, Haimar Zubeldia slipped from 5th to 7th in the GC, but RadioShack still lead the team standings by 14:09 over Team Sky.

32km

Just the 14 riders out ahead now, with 1:20 over the pack. They are Popovych (RNT), Arashiro (EUC), Millar (GRS), Boasson Hagen (SKY), Hansen (LTB), Vanendert (LTB), Paolini (KAT), Roy (FDJ), Costa (MOV), Kroon (STB), Nuyens (STB), Vinokourov (AST), Albasini (OGE) and Gretsch (ARG).

36km 

Millar on the front as the break continues. It has 1:27 on the peloton so will last a bit longer. They're combining much better now.

39km 

The leading group has come back together minus Boeckmans and one or two others. Julien Fouchard is one.

40km 

Some of the group is being taken back in by the peloton - Kris Boeckmans of Vacansoleil is the first.

41km

Arashiro collides with a spectator, knocking into the fan with his elbow pretty hard. The Japanese rider avoids going down though. Boasson Hagen jumps clear with Luca Paolini. They are joined by three other riders, but the break has split in a few groups now.

42km

Yukiya Arashiro counters, provoking an attack by Rui Costa. The leaders realise that the gap is tumbling fast and so something needs to be done. The gap is 1:27 as Arashiro crosses the summit to take up the solitary point.

43km

David Millar and Alexandre Vinokourov up the tempo as the leading group approach the third climb of the day, the Cat.4 Côte de Souillac.

45km

We spoke to Aussie sprinter Matt Goss of Orica-GreenEdge this morning: "Today is one of the last opportunities - we have today and Paris. We'll try and get into the break and then if that doesn't stick then we'll go for the sprint. Gerrans, Albasini, Impey or O'Grady could all go for the break, but if it comes to a sprint, I'll be there."

 
50km 

Yes, this break looks pretty doomed. Despite its high calibre personel, the leading group have seen their advantage cut to 1:30.

55km 

The break is down to two minutes as numerous teams combine on the front of the peloton in a bid to reel in the leaders. Not too sure what Euskaltel think they can do - they would have to reel in the break first and then attack on one of the testing climbs, because they will not feature in any potential bunch sprint.

60km

BMC manager John Lelangue on Philippe Gilbert's collision with a dog earlier today: "His hand has been injured a little as well as his elbow and knee. The dog was stronger than him – and it won that bout – but the important thing is that he could return to his place in the peloton."

65km 

The lead is coming down now: 2:10. We may still get a bunch sprint yet. Rabobank have joined the chase on the front. They only have four riders left. Euskaltel, Ag2R and Saur-Sojasun are all fairly prominant on the front.

70km

We spoke to Peter Sagan this morning: "Today will be one for a break so the last chance may be in Paris. The battle is over for the green jersey so no more stress for me - unless there's a fall. I'm very proud of the green jersey - I used to watch the sprinters when I was younger."

72km

The peloton is really strung out because of this big chase, with Team Sky and the yellow jersey safely tucked in near the front keeping watch for rogue dogs and the like. The lead is 2:47 so the break is doing very well in the face of this upping of the tempo.

75km 

Edvald Boasson Hagen drives the pace on the front of the break, which has a lead of 2:35 over the bunch. Euskaltel have joined the chase on the front of the peloton too. A third team not to have any riders in the 16-man group. There are eight unrepresented teams in total. This is pretty much the last chance of a victory for most teams, given the likely win for Wiggins in the ITT and Cavendish on the Champs Elysees...

80km

Thomas Voeckler, the polka dot jersey, has gone for the full spotted look today - with red-pea shorts and helmet as well as the famous jersey. The Frenchman is off the back of the peloton - not because he's in trouble, he's just milking the attention from the French motorbike photographers...

82km 

The pace is pretty high as Omega Pharma-Quick Step and Sauj-Sojasun pedal hard on the front. They have no men in this break and so are keen to reel it in. No wins for either team on the Tour.

85km

That dog incident is another reminder that it's not over until the fat lady sings: had it ploughed into the Sky train, that could have been a nightmare for the yellow jersey. Yesterday, Mark Cavendish was also brought down by a spectator 5km from the finish after a flag wrapped around his handlebars...

 
90km

Philippe Gilbert apparently got off his bike and remonstrated with the owner of the dog after that crash - such a shame there were no live pictures. The break is 2:27 ahead.

94km 

Sandy Casar was brought down by a dog in a stage to Angoulême in 2007. The Frenchman still went on to win the stage - which won't be the case for Messrs Menchov, Gilbert and Vichot, who are still trying to rejoin the peloton after hitting the deck. Marcus Burghardt also ran into a dog back in 2007 when riding for Telekom.

96km

CANINE CRASH: A dog runs out in front of the peloton and causes a mini pile-up. Arthur Vichot, Philippe Gilbert and Denis Menchov are amongst the riders who go down.

98km

Edvald Boasson Hagen himself ruled out the break today when quizzed this morning: "The main goal is the sprint for Cavendish but if he's not there then I'll have a go. Of course, we want to protect Bradley too. If there's a break, I'll stay in the peloton."

100km

Eurosport spoke to Team Sky manager Dave Brailsford this morning before the start. Asked is there was any chance Edvald Boasson Hagen would get in the break, he said: "No, that's not going to happen. It's either Cav for the sprint at the end or nothing." Either he was fibbing or Eddie has gone rogue...

104km

Swiss rouleur Michael Albasini took the solitary point over the top. The GreenEdge man is one to watch today - he's had a very strong season, including stage wins in the Volta a Catalunya and the Tour de Suisse. He also won the overall in Catalunya.

105km

Straight after the intermediate sprint, the riders are onto the Cat.4 Côte de Cahors - a short 1km ascent with an average gradient of 7.8%.

108km

The leaders roll through the intermediate sprint at Cahors. Kris Boeckmans (Vacansoleil) takes it ahead of Jeremy Roy (FDJ). If it goes to a sprint finish between these 16 riders today in Brive then Boeckmans will be one to watch - remember that second win for Andre Greipel 10 days ago? Boeckmans was the rider who got into the Lotto chain but was derailed after his chain snapped.

110km

Yesterday, Swiss BMC rider Michael Schar was run over by the doctor's car and sustained cuts and bruises during the 17th stage of the Tour de France. The incident occurred on the ascent to the Port de Bales 110 kms into the stage, Tour organisers said. "Schar has minor cuts on his right knee and an elbow injury that will need further evaluation," team doctor Max Testa was quoted as saying in a BMC statement.

115km 

Not too far until the dead-rubber intermediate sprint at Cahors - 10km to be precise. The gap for the 16-man group is 3:30 so it's rather stable.

 
120km

Yesterday's finale - in which Chris Froome largely paced yellow jersey Brad Wiggins up the final climb - sparked this tweet from Jonathan Vaughters, Wiggins's former DS at Garmin: "Would have been better for Froome to just drop Wiggo by 20 seconds or whatever and settle it in the time trial. That was just humiliation." Our blogger Blazin' Saddles discusses the special alliance between Froome and Wiggins in his latest blog.

125km

The average speed for the second hour of racing was 44.8km/h. The rest of the stage is rather rolling after a largely flat start. We have three more minor category climbs too.

130km 

Some interesting stats: this is Kukiya Arashiro's fifth break of the Tour. Rui Costa has now been on the attack for the past four stages in succession.

132km

So far 45 riders have withdrawn from the race since the start in Liege almost three weeks ago. Just four teams have a full quota of riders: Liquigas, BMC, Lotto and Saxo Bank-Tinkoff.

135km

Seven of this 16-man group are previous stage winners on the Tour: Popovych (RNT), Millar (GRS), Boasson Hagen (SKY), Vanendert (LTB), Costa (MOV), Vinokourov (AST) and Kroon (STB). They have passed through the feeding zone with a lead of 3:15.

140km

Fascinating group it has to be said. Will GreenEdge get a maiden Tour win through Albasini? Will Vinokourov be victorious as he bids farewell to professional cycling? Perhaps Millar can make it two? Eddie Boasson Hagen has seen his personal ambitions put aside these past few weeks - can he now take a stage win that he deserves for all the work he's done for Wiggins? What about ever-attacking Saxo Bank - they have two riders in the break...

140km 

Sauj-Sojasun tired their best to chase down the leading group - the French team missed a trick and have no rider in that 16-man group. But now normal service has resumed as Team Sky come to the front to maintain the tempo. The break is 2:45 ahead now. It looks like this one will grow and stick.

142km

CRASH: Janez Brajkovic of Astana hits the deck. He is okay and being paced back into the bunch by his team-mates.

145km 

Finally, it looks like we have the break of the day: the gap grows to two minutes. And with riders from Sky and Lotto involved, there may not perhaps be much of an effort from within the peloton to reel in the break - unless the Liquigas team of Peter Sagan fancy setting up their man for a fourth. Rui Costa is the best-placed rider in GC - almost half an hour down on Wiggins.

150km

We now have 16 riders in the lead - and it's quite an illustrious break: Rui Costa (Movistar), Jelle Vanendert (Lotto), Alex Vinokourov (Astana), Edvald Boasson Hagen (Sky), Jeremy Roy (FDJ), Yaroslav Popovych (RadioShack), Yukiya Arashiro (Europcar), Adam Hansen (Lotto Belisol), David Millar (Garmin), Michael Albasini (GreenEdge), Luca Paolini (Katusha), Kris Boeckmans (Vacansoleil), Nick Nuyens, Karsten Kroon (both Saxo Bank), Patrick Gretsch (Argos Shimano), Julien Fouchard (Cofidis).

 
154km

Nick Nuyens picks up two points over the top of the climb ahead of Yukiya Arashiro. Qunziato was dropped on the climb and there's a large chase group including the likes of Vino and David Millar.

155km

The nine riders are: Quinziato (BMC), Arashiro (EUC), Fouchard (COF), Hansen (LTB), Paolini (KAT), Roy (FDJ), Nuyens (STB), Albasini (OGE) and Gretsch (ARG). A tenth rider, Alexandre Vinokourov of Astana, is trying to bridge the gap.

155km

We're just onto the Cat.3 Côte de Saint-Georges with nine riders now clear. Names have yet to be confirmed. It's a short one-kilometre climb - but has an average gradient of 10.3%.

160km 

Another six riders have pinged off the front ahead of the first climb of the day - their names coming up once confirmed on race radio.

165km 

FDJ-BigMat are on the front of the bunch trying to initiate a break. They already have two stage wins to their name thanks to Thibaut Pinot and Pierrick Fedrigo. Can they make it three?

170km

We're back together as one after the five remaining escapees are reeled in. The average speed for the first hour today was a fast 48.2km/h.

172km 

The break is down to five after Fofonov dropped his chain and needed a mechanical. The gap is just 10 seconds so the peloton will soon be back together as one before the inevitable wave of counter attacks.

175km

American Tejay van Garderen moved up to fifth place yesterday in the GC. He did lose a little time to Thibalt Pinot in the white jersey standings - although given his superior ITT abilities, he should easily ride into Paris as the best-placed young rider. The gap is 3:16 between BMC's van Garderen and FDJ's Pinot.

180km 

The peloton briefly split in two because of the speed of the chase. It's back together now, and the six leaders have just 10 seconds. This is very much like stage 15 when the initial Millar group never got more than a minute, and then a second Fedrigo group formed - with the Frenchman taking the win in Pau.

185km 

This break looks to be coming back. Rein Taaramae tries his luck to bridge the gap, but the Cofidis rider is reeled in quickly. The gap is down to just 20 seconds now.

 
190km 

The break is not increasing its lead, which stays around the 40-second mark. It's very tough for the six riders out there. This is the sixth break of the Tour that has involved Morkov - quite impressive.

195km 

Fofonov is the best-placed rider of these six in the GC - a huge one hour and 56 minutes down on Bradley Wiggins, so no danger here. They have 45 seconds on the peloton, which is being led by Omega Pharma-Quick Step, one of the teams to have missed a trick this morning.

200km

BREAK: Six riders are out in front following an initial attack from Dmitriy Fofonov (Astana). The Kazakh is joined by Ruben Perez (EUS), Julien Simon (SAU), Cedric Pineau (FDJ), Michael Morkov (STB) and Matthieu Sprick (ARG).

205km 

Astana are particularly active at the start of this stage but so far to no avail. The pace is fast and no break has yet formed.

210km

Should today's stage conclude with a bunch sprint it would not be for green jersey points: Slovak youngster Peter Sagan, riding his debut Tour, has an unassailable 102-point lead over Andre Greipel after picking up three wins and multiple high finishes.

215km 

Still no attacks from the peloton, tired after those two stages in the Pyrenees. It will be interesting to see if it comes down to a bunch sprint today, or if a group is allowed clear. There are so many teams without a win so far: AG2R, Cofidis, Saur-Sojasun, BMC, Euskaltel, Lampre, Saxo Bank-Tinkoff, Astana, Vacansoleil-DCM, Katusha, Omega Pharma-Quick Step, Orica-GreenEdge and Argos-Shimano...

218km

While there are four climbs today - and two Cat.4 climbs on Sunday on the way into Paris - there are not enough points left to see Thomas Voeckler lose the polka dot jersey. The French Europcar rider crossed seven climbs in the Pyrenees in pole position to rise about Astana's Frederik Kessiakoff, over whom he has an unassailable 11-point lead.

220km 

Argos-Shimano - one of the many teams without a win so far - are particularly active at the start of this stage, which is a rolling affair with four minor climbs.

222km

They're off! After a police escort and a flyover from a Airbus A380 (the Airbus factory is located in the town of Blagnac), the remaining 153 riders get this stage under way.

10:15

The temperature is 22 degrees celsius as the peloton rolls through the neutral zone at Blagnac, near Toulouse's airport. No overnight withdrawals to report. Chris Anker Sorensen (Saxo Bank) continues despite an operation and skin graft on his hand yesterday. The Dane crashed heavily and tore a finger open to the bone.

 
10:10

Brad Wiggins still holds a lead of two minutes and five seconds on GC over Sky team-mate Chris Froome, who paced the maillot jaune up the final climb yesterday and laid aside his own ambitions for the stage victory. Third-placed Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) lost 18 seconds on the final climb and is now 2:41 behind Wiggins.

10:05

Yesterday, Bradley Wiggins moved a step closer to becoming the first Briton to win the Tour de France as Alejandro Valverde won the final mountain stage in Peyragudes. Wiggins finished third, 19 seconds behind the Movistar rider, and on the wheel of his Sky team-mate Chris Froome. Valverde’s win was his first in the Tour following a two-year ban for doping and a fifth victory of his comeback season.

10:00

Welcome to live coverage of stage 18 of the Tour de France, a 222.5km trek from Blagnac near Toulouse to Brive-la-Gaillarde - a chance for the sprinters to return to the fold to test their legs before the Champs Elysees on Sunday.

1
Mark Cavendish
Isle of Man
Mark Cavendish
Team Sky4h 54' 12''
2
Matthew Goss
Australia
Matthew Goss
Orica+0''
3
Peter Sagan
Slovakia
Peter Sagan
Cannondale+0''
4
Luis León Sánchez
Spain
Luis León Sánchez
Belkin+0''
5
Nicolas Roche
Ireland
Nicolas Roche
AG2R+0''
6
Tyler Farrar
United States
Tyler Farrar
Garmin+0''
7
Borut Božic
Slovenia
Borut Božic
Astana+0''
8
Sébastien Hinault
France
Sébastien Hinault
AG2R+0''
9
Daryl Impey
South Africa
Daryl Impey
Orica+0''
10
Samuel Dumoulin
France
Samuel Dumoulin
Cofidis+0''
11
André Greipel
Germany
André Greipel
Lotto+0''
12
Juan José Haedo
Argentina
Juan José Haedo
Tinkoff - Saxo+0''
13
Edvald Boasson Hagen
Norway
Edvald Boasson Hagen
Team Sky+0''
14
Andreas Klöden
Germany
Andreas Klöden
Trek+0''
15
Koen de Kort
Netherlands
Koen de Kort
Giant+4''
16
Luca Paolini
Italy
Luca Paolini
Katyusha+4''
17
Julien Simon
France
Julien Simon
Sojasun+4''
18
Lars Bak
Denmark
Lars Bak
Lotto+4''
19
Bradley Wiggins
England
Bradley Wiggins
Team Sky+4''
20
Marco Marcato
Italy
Marco Marcato
Vacansoleil+4''
21
Jürgen Roelandts
Belgium
Jürgen Roelandts
Lotto+4''
22
Chris Froome
England
Chris Froome
Team Sky+4''
23
Adam Hansen
Australia
Adam Hansen
Lotto+4''
24
Maxime Monfort
Belgium
Maxime Monfort
Trek+4''
25
Rubén Pérez
Spain
Rubén Pérez
Euskaltel+4''
26
Jurgen Van den Broeck
Belgium
Jurgen Van den Broeck
Lotto+4''
27
Vincenzo Nibali
Italy
Vincenzo Nibali
Cannondale+4''
28
Alexandr Vinokurov
Kazakhstan
Alexandr Vinokurov
Astana+4''
29
Danilo Hondo
Germany
Danilo Hondo
Lampre+4''
30
Chris Horner
United States
Chris Horner
Trek+4''
31
Nicki Sørensen
Denmark
Nicki Sørensen
Tinkoff - Saxo+4''
32
Baden Cooke
Australia
Baden Cooke
Orica+4''
33
Haimar Zubeldia
Spain
Haimar Zubeldia
Trek+4''
34
Janez Brajkovic
Slovenia
Janez Brajkovic
Astana+4''
35
Cadel Evans
Australia
Cadel Evans
BMC Racing+4''
36
Eduard Vorganov
Russia
Eduard Vorganov
Katyusha+4''
37
Michael Schär
Switzerland
Michael Schär
BMC Racing+4''
38
Egoi Martínez
Spain
Egoi Martínez
Euskaltel+4''
39
Christian Vande Velde
United States
Christian Vande Velde
Garmin+4''
40
Tejay van Garderen
United States
Tejay van Garderen
BMC Racing+4''
41
Pierre Rolland
France
Pierre Rolland
Europcar+4''
42
Dominik Nerz
Germany
Dominik Nerz
Cannondale+4''
43
Thibaut Pinot
France
Thibaut Pinot
FDJ.fr+4''
44
Marcel Sieberg
Germany
Marcel Sieberg
Lotto+4''
45
Rui Costa
Portugal
Rui Costa
Movistar+12''
46
Vladimir Karpets
Russia
Vladimir Karpets
Movistar+12''
47
Cyril Gautier
France
Cyril Gautier
Europcar+12''
48
Maxim Iglinskiy
Kazakhstan
Maxim Iglinskiy
Astana+12''
49
Johnny Hoogerland
Netherlands
Johnny Hoogerland
Vacansoleil+16''
50
George Hincapie
United States
George Hincapie
BMC Racing+16''
51
Michele Scarponi
Italy
Michele Scarponi
Lampre+16''
52
Juan José Cobo
Spain
Juan José Cobo
Movistar+16''
53
Dries Devenyns
Belgium
Dries Devenyns
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+16''
54
Chris Sørensen
Denmark
Chris Sørensen
Tinkoff - Saxo+16''
55
Fredrik Kessiakoff
Sweden
Fredrik Kessiakoff
Astana+16''
57
Dimitri Fofonov
Kazakhstan
Dimitri Fofonov
Astana+16''
58
Jean Christophe Péraud
France
Jean Christophe Péraud
AG2R+16''
59
Sandy Casar
France
Sandy Casar
FDJ.fr+16''
60
Andriy Grivko
Ukraine
Andriy Grivko
Astana+16''
61
Daniel Martin
Ireland
Daniel Martin
Garmin+16''
62
Pierrick Fédrigo
France
Pierrick Fédrigo
FDJ.fr+16''
63
Alejandro Valverde
Spain
Alejandro Valverde
Movistar+16''
64
Philippe Gilbert
Belgium
Philippe Gilbert
BMC Racing+16''
65
Markus Burghardt
Germany
Markus Burghardt
BMC Racing+16''
66
Rubén Plaza
Spain
Rubén Plaza
Movistar+16''
67
Sébastien Minard
France
Sébastien Minard
AG2R+16''
68
Sérgio Paulinho
Portugal
Sérgio Paulinho
Tinkoff - Saxo+16''
69
Yury Trofimov
Russia
Yury Trofimov
Katyusha+16''
70
Anders Lund
Denmark
Anders Lund
Tinkoff - Saxo+16''
71
Romain Zingle
Belgium
Romain Zingle
Cofidis+16''
72
Jérôme Coppel
France
Jérôme Coppel
Sojasun+16''
73
Giampaolo Caruso
Italy
Giampaolo Caruso
Katyusha+16''
74
Steven Kruijswijk
Netherlands
Steven Kruijswijk
Belkin+16''
75
Guillaume Levarlet
France
Guillaume Levarlet
Sojasun+16''
76
Matthieu Sprick
France
Matthieu Sprick
Giant+33''
77
Marco Marzano
Italy
Marco Marzano
Lampre+33''
78
Amaël Moinard
France
Amaël Moinard
BMC Racing+33''
79
Michael Rogers
Australia
Michael Rogers
Team Sky+41''
80
Ivan Basso
Italy
Ivan Basso
Cannondale+4''
81
Maxime Bouet
France
Maxime Bouet
AG2R+43''
82
Cyril Lemoine
France
Cyril Lemoine
Sojasun+47''
83
Jean-Marc Marino
France
Jean-Marc Marino
Sojasun+1' 04''
84
Davide Malacarne
Italy
Davide Malacarne
Europcar+1' 11''
85
Simon Gerrans
Australia
Simon Gerrans
Orica+1' 17''
86
Vasil Kiryienka
Belarus
Vasil Kiryienka
Movistar+1' 29''
87
Sylwester Szmyd
Poland
Sylwester Szmyd
Cannondale+1' 31''
88
Daniel Oss
Italy
Daniel Oss
Cannondale+1' 52''
89
Kristjan Koren
Slovenia
Kristjan Koren
Cannondale+1' 54''
90
Rafael Valls
Spain
Rafael Valls
Vacansoleil+2' 07''
91
Nicolas Edet
France
Nicolas Edet
Cofidis+2' 07''
92
Francis De Greef
Belgium
Francis De Greef
Lotto+2' 07''
93
Joan Horrach
Spain
Joan Horrach
Katyusha+2' 07''
94
Aliaksandr Kuchynski
Belarus
Aliaksandr Kuchynski
Katyusha+2' 07''
95
David Zabriskie
United States
David Zabriskie
Garmin+2' 07''
96
Mickaël Chérel
France
Mickaël Chérel
AG2R+2' 07''
97
Matthieu Ladagnous
France
Matthieu Ladagnous
FDJ.fr+2' 07''
98
Jorge Azanza
Spain
Jorge Azanza
Euskaltel+2' 07''
99
Pieter Weening
Netherlands
Pieter Weening
Orica+2' 07''
100
Thomas Voeckler
France
Thomas Voeckler
Europcar+2' 11''
101
Jérémy Roy
France
Jérémy Roy
FDJ.fr+2' 25''
102
Stuart O'Grady
Australia
Stuart O'Grady
Orica+2' 25''
103
Johan Vansummeren
Belgium
Johan Vansummeren
Garmin+3' 05''
104
Luis Ángel Maté
Spain
Luis Ángel Maté
Cofidis+3' 05''
105
Greg Henderson
New Zealand
Greg Henderson
Lotto+3' 05''
106
Jan Ghyselinck
Belgium
Jan Ghyselinck
Cofidis+3' 05''
107
Nick Nuyens
Belgium
Nick Nuyens
Tinkoff - Saxo+3' 57''
108
Jonathan Cantwell
Australia
Jonathan Cantwell
Tinkoff - Saxo+3' 57''
109
Rein Taaramäe
Estonia
Rein Taaramäe
Cofidis+3' 57''
110
Fabrice Jeandesboz
France
Fabrice Jeandesboz
Sojasun+4' 10''
111
Martin Velits
Slovakia
Martin Velits
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+4' 42''
112
Peter Velits
Slovakia
Peter Velits
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+4' 42''
113
Jens Voigt
Germany
Jens Voigt
Trek+4' 42''
114
Roy Curvers
Netherlands
Roy Curvers
Giant+4' 42''
115
Yukiya Arashiro
Japan
Yukiya Arashiro
Europcar+4' 42''
116
Yohann Gène
France
Yohann Gène
Europcar+4' 42''
117
Patrick Gretsch
Germany
Patrick Gretsch
Giant+4' 42''
118
Simone Stortoni
Italy
Simone Stortoni
Lampre+4' 42''
119
Manuel Quinziato
Italy
Manuel Quinziato
BMC Racing+4' 42''
120
Cédric Pineau
France
Cédric Pineau
FDJ.fr+4' 42''
121
Yann Huguet
France
Yann Huguet
Giant+4' 42''
122
Laurens ten Dam
Netherlands
Laurens ten Dam
Belkin+4' 42''
123
Kris Boeckmans
Belgium
Kris Boeckmans
Vacansoleil+4' 42''
124
Albert Timmer
Netherlands
Albert Timmer
Giant+4' 42''
125
Karsten Kroon
Netherlands
Karsten Kroon
Tinkoff - Saxo+4' 42''
126
Christophe Riblon
France
Christophe Riblon
AG2R+4' 42''
127
Yaroslav Popovych
Ukraine
Yaroslav Popovych
Trek+5' 00''
128
Christian Knees
Germany
Christian Knees
Team Sky+5' 55''
129
Kevin De Weert
Belgium
Kevin De Weert
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+7' 50''
130
Levi Leipheimer
United States
Levi Leipheimer
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+7' 50''
131
Jérôme Pineau
France
Jérôme Pineau
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+7' 50''
132
Jelle Vanendert
Belgium
Jelle Vanendert
Lotto+7' 50''
133
Julien Fouchard
France
Julien Fouchard
Cofidis+7' 50''
134
Michael Albasini
Switzerland
Michael Albasini
Orica+7' 50''
135
Richie Porte
Australia
Richie Porte
Team Sky+7' 50''
136
Federico Canuti
Italy
Federico Canuti
Cannondale+7' 50''
137
Andrey Kashechkin
Kazakhstan
Andrey Kashechkin
Astana+7' 50''
138
Bert Grabsch
Germany
Bert Grabsch
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+7' 50''
139
Bram Tankink
Netherlands
Bram Tankink
Belkin+7' 50''
140
Steven Cummings
England
Steven Cummings
BMC Racing+7' 50''
141
Bernhard Eisel
Austria
Bernhard Eisel
Team Sky+8' 54''
142
David Millar
Scotland
David Millar
Garmin+8' 54''
143
Blel Kadri
France
Blel Kadri
AG2R+8' 54''
144
Alessandro Vanotti
Italy
Alessandro Vanotti
Cannondale+8' 54''
145
Jimmy Engoulvent
France
Jimmy Engoulvent
Sojasun+8' 54''
146
Arthur Vichot
France
Arthur Vichot
FDJ.fr+8' 54''
147
Anthony Roux
France
Anthony Roux
FDJ.fr+8' 54''
148
Brice Feillu
France
Brice Feillu
Sojasun+8' 54''
149
Michael Mørkøv
Denmark
Michael Mørkøv
Tinkoff - Saxo+8' 54''
150
Pablo Urtasun
Spain
Pablo Urtasun
Euskaltel+8' 54''
151
Gorka Izagirre
Spain
Gorka Izagirre
Euskaltel+11' 55''
152
Christophe Kern
France
Christophe Kern
Europcar+11' 55''
153
Denis Menchov
Russia
Denis Menchov
Katyusha+16 (DSQ)
153
Sebastian Langeveld
Netherlands
Sebastian Langeveld
Orica+12' 32''
 RiderTeamTime
1
England
Bradley Wiggins
 
Team Sky87h 34' 47''
2
England
Chris Froome
Team Sky+3' 21''
3
Italy
Vincenzo Nibali
Cannondale+6' 19''
4
Belgium
Jurgen Van den Broeck
Lotto+10' 15''
5
United States
Tejay van Garderen
 
BMC Racing+11' 04''
6
Spain
Haimar Zubeldia
Trek+15' 41''
7
Australia
Cadel Evans
BMC Racing+15' 49''
8
France
Pierre Rolland
Europcar+16' 26''
9
Slovenia
Janez Brajkovic
Astana+16' 33''
10
France
Thibaut Pinot
FDJ.fr+17' 17''
11
Germany
Andreas Klöden
Trek+17' 54''
12
Ireland
Nicolas Roche
AG2R+19' 33''
13
United States
Chris Horner
Trek+19' 55''
14
Denmark
Chris Sørensen
 
Tinkoff - Saxo+25' 27''
16
Belgium
Maxime Monfort
Trek+28' 30''
17
Spain
Egoi Martínez
Euskaltel+31' 46''
18
Portugal
Rui Costa
Movistar+37' 03''
19
Russia
Eduard Vorganov
Katyusha+38' 16''
20
Spain
Alejandro Valverde
Movistar+42' 26''
21
France
Jérôme Coppel
Sojasun+45' 43''
22
France
Sandy Casar
FDJ.fr+46' 52''
23
Australia
Michael Rogers
Team Sky+54' 52''
24
Italy
Michele Scarponi
Lampre+58' 37''
25
Italy
Ivan Basso
Cannondale+59' 44''
26
France
Thomas Voeckler
 
Europcar+1h 04' 41''
27
Slovakia
Peter Velits
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+1h 05' 10''
28
Netherlands
Laurens ten Dam
Belkin+1h 05' 39''
29
Belgium
Jelle Vanendert
Lotto+1h 08' 26''
30
Spain
Juan José Cobo
Movistar+1h 09' 19''
31
Kazakhstan
Alexandr Vinokurov
Astana+1h 15' 21''
32
United States
Levi Leipheimer
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+1h 16' 29''
33
Netherlands
Steven Kruijswijk
Belkin+1h 16' 52''
34
Australia
Richie Porte
Team Sky+1h 20' 49''
35
Ireland
Daniel Martin
Garmin+1h 25' 23''
36
Estonia
Rein Taaramäe
Cofidis+1h 27' 52''
37
Italy
Giampaolo Caruso
Katyusha+1h 28' 32''
38
United States
George Hincapie
BMC Racing+1h 30' 38''
39
Spain
Gorka Izagirre
Euskaltel+1h 32' 19''
40
Sweden
Fredrik Kessiakoff
Astana+1h 34' 33''
41
Spain
Rafael Valls
Vacansoleil+1h 37' 57''
42
Slovakia
Peter Sagan
 
Cannondale+1h 38' 37''
43
Ukraine
Andriy Grivko
Astana+1h 38' 41''
44
France
Jean Christophe Péraud
AG2R+1h 40' 44''
45
France
Amaël Moinard
BMC Racing+1h 41' 00''
46
Belgium
Philippe Gilbert
BMC Racing+1h 41' 35''
47
Germany
Dominik Nerz
Cannondale+1h 42' 12''
48
France
Pierrick Fédrigo
FDJ.fr+1h 42' 39''
49
Switzerland
Michael Schär
BMC Racing+1h 43' 53''
50
Portugal
Sérgio Paulinho
Tinkoff - Saxo+1h 47' 14''
51
Russia
Yury Trofimov
Katyusha+1h 47' 31''
52
Germany
Jens Voigt
Trek+1h 50' 41''
53
Russia
Vladimir Karpets
Movistar+1h 51' 43''
54
France
Fabrice Jeandesboz
Sojasun+1h 52' 28''
55
France
Maxime Bouet
AG2R+1h 52' 30''
56
Norway
Edvald Boasson Hagen
Team Sky+1h 52' 34''
57
Netherlands
Johnny Hoogerland
Vacansoleil+1h 55' 30''
58
Germany
Markus Burghardt
BMC Racing+1h 57' 39''
59
Italy
Davide Malacarne
Europcar+1h 57' 45''
60
United States
Christian Vande Velde
Garmin+1h 58' 38''
61
France
Cyril Gautier
Europcar+1h 58' 55''
62
France
Mickaël Chérel
AG2R+1h 59' 53''
63
Kazakhstan
Dimitri Fofonov
Astana+2h 03' 55''
64
Spain
Luis León Sánchez
Belkin+2h 05' 43''
65
France
Sébastien Minard
AG2R+2h 06' 32''
66
France
Jérémy Roy
FDJ.fr+2h 10' 17''
67
Italy
Marco Marcato
Vacansoleil+2h 11' 36''
68
Belgium
Dries Devenyns
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+2h 12' 22''
69
Italy
Simone Stortoni
Lampre+2h 13' 39''
70
Belgium
Kevin De Weert
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+2h 13' 49''
71
Poland
Sylwester Szmyd
Cannondale+2h 16' 15''
72
Netherlands
Pieter Weening
Orica+2h 17' 30''
73
France
Christophe Riblon
AG2R+2h 17' 31''
74
Spain
Jorge Azanza
Euskaltel+2h 18' 58''
75
France
Guillaume Levarlet
Sojasun+2h 19' 43''
76
Ukraine
Yaroslav Popovych
Trek+2h 21' 56''
77
Belarus
Vasil Kiryienka
Movistar+2h 22' 02''
78
Kazakhstan
Andrey Kashechkin
Astana+2h 23' 09''
79
Australia
Simon Gerrans
Orica+2h 24' 35''
80
Italy
Marco Marzano
Lampre+2h 24' 46''
81
Australia
Adam Hansen
Lotto+2h 25' 29''
82
Germany
Christian Knees
Team Sky+2h 26' 43''
83
France
Christophe Kern
Europcar+2h 29' 01''
84
Japan
Yukiya Arashiro
Europcar+2h 29' 13''
85
France
Matthieu Ladagnous
FDJ.fr+2h 33' 14''
86
Germany
Danilo Hondo
Lampre+2h 37' 55''
87
Spain
Rubén Pérez
Euskaltel+2h 37' 56''
88
Slovakia
Martin Velits
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+2h 40' 47''
89
France
Blel Kadri
AG2R+2h 41' 14''
90
Belgium
Romain Zingle
Cofidis+2h 41' 44''
91
France
Brice Feillu
Sojasun+2h 41' 50''
92
France
Julien Simon
Sojasun+2h 46' 04''
93
Denmark
Michael Mørkøv
Tinkoff - Saxo+2h 46' 14''
94
France
Arthur Vichot
FDJ.fr+2h 46' 51''
95
England
Steven Cummings
BMC Racing+2h 47' 03''
96
Denmark
Lars Bak
Lotto+2h 48' 05''
97
Australia
Stuart O'Grady
Orica+2h 50' 31''
98
Slovenia
Kristjan Koren
Cannondale+2h 51' 34''
99
Denmark
Nicki Sørensen
Tinkoff - Saxo+2h 53' 11''
100
United States
David Zabriskie
Garmin+2h 53' 26''
101
Spain
Rubén Plaza
Movistar+2h 53' 35''
102
Belgium
Francis De Greef
Lotto+2h 53' 52''
103
Netherlands
Koen de Kort
Giant+2h 54' 13''
104
Belgium
Jürgen Roelandts
Lotto+2h 55' 04''
105
Italy
Daniel Oss
Cannondale+2h 55' 24''
106
Scotland
David Millar
Garmin+2h 55' 24''
107
France
Samuel Dumoulin
Cofidis+2h 56' 02''
108
Italy
Luca Paolini
Katyusha+2h 56' 21''
109
Italy
Manuel Quinziato
BMC Racing+2h 56' 27''
110
Switzerland
Michael Albasini
Orica+2h 57' 20''
111
South Africa
Daryl Impey
Orica+2h 57' 29''
112
France
Jérôme Pineau
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+2h 57' 58''
113
France
Matthieu Sprick
Giant+2h 58' 15''
114
Italy
Federico Canuti
Cannondale+2h 58' 41''
115
Belgium
Kris Boeckmans
Vacansoleil+3h 02' 57''
116
Kazakhstan
Maxim Iglinskiy
Astana+3h 03' 38''
117
Australia
Baden Cooke
Orica+3h 04' 30''
118
Italy
Alessandro Vanotti
Cannondale+3h 04' 39''
119
Spain
Joan Horrach
Katyusha+3h 06' 27''
120
Australia
Matthew Goss
Orica+3h 06' 55''
121
Belgium
Nick Nuyens
Tinkoff - Saxo+3h 08' 29''
122
France
Sébastien Hinault
AG2R+3h 08' 57''
123
Germany
André Greipel
Lotto+3h 09' 02''
124
New Zealand
Greg Henderson
Lotto+3h 13' 06''
125
Germany
Bert Grabsch
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step+3h 13' 06''
126
France
Anthony Roux
FDJ.fr+3h 16' 38''
127
Denmark
Anders Lund
Tinkoff - Saxo+3h 17' 07''
128
France
Nicolas Edet
Cofidis+3h 17' 16''
129
Slovenia
Borut Božic
Astana+3h 17' 44''
130
Spain
Luis Ángel Maté
Cofidis+3h 18' 11''
131
France
Jean-Marc Marino
Sojasun+3h 18' 20''
132
Germany
Marcel Sieberg
Lotto+3h 19' 36''
133
France
Cédric Pineau
FDJ.fr+3h 20' 24''
134
Spain
Pablo Urtasun
Euskaltel+3h 21' 34''
135
Netherlands
Roy Curvers
Giant+3h 23' 44''
136
France
Cyril Lemoine
Sojasun+3h 23' 55''
137
Australia
Jonathan Cantwell
Tinkoff - Saxo+3h 25' 08''
138
France
Yann Huguet
Giant+3h 26' 43''
139
France
Yohann Gène
Europcar+3h 26' 58''
140
Argentina
Juan José Haedo
Tinkoff - Saxo+3h 27' 28''
141
Germany
Patrick Gretsch
Giant+3h 27' 49''
142
Isle of Man
Mark Cavendish
Team Sky+3h 28' 36''
143
Netherlands
Karsten Kroon
Tinkoff - Saxo+3h 28' 56''
144
Netherlands
Bram Tankink
Belkin+3h 31' 24''
145
Belarus
Aliaksandr Kuchynski
Katyusha+3h 38' 24''
146
Austria
Bernhard Eisel
Team Sky+3h 38' 48''
147
Belgium
Johan Vansummeren
Garmin+3h 40' 01''
148
Netherlands
Albert Timmer
Giant+3h 40' 37''
149
France
Julien Fouchard
Cofidis+3h 42' 31''
150
Netherlands
Sebastian Langeveld
Orica+3h 50' 12''
151
United States
Tyler Farrar
Garmin+3h 54' 45''
152
Belgium
Jan Ghyselinck
Cofidis+3h 57' 04''
153
France
Jimmy Engoulvent
Sojasun+3h 57' 36''
0
Russia
Denis Menchov
Katyusha+27' 22''
 Team Time
1Trek 263h 12' 14''
2Team Sky +5' 46''
3BMC Racing +36' 29''
4Astana +43' 22''
5Cannondale +1h 04' 55''
6Movistar +1h 08' 16''
7Europcar +1h 08' 46''
8Katyusha +1h 12' 46''
9FDJ.fr +1h 19' 30''
10AG2R +1h 41' 15''
11Lotto +2h 14' 58''
12Omega Pharma - Quick-Step +2h 17' 25''
13Sojasun +2h 54' 44''
14Belkin +2h 54' 46''
15Euskaltel +3h 11' 08''
16Tinkoff - Saxo +3h 21' 23''
17Lampre +3h 56' 30''
18Vacansoleil +4h 32' 48''
19Cofidis +4h 39' 48''
20Garmin +4h 57' 52''
21Orica +5h 39' 29''
22Giant +7h 42' 15''
 RiderTeamPoints
1
Slovakia
Peter Sagan
 
Cannondale421
2
Germany
André Greipel
Lotto280
3
Australia
Matthew Goss
Orica268
4
Isle of Man
Mark Cavendish
Team Sky220
5
Norway
Edvald Boasson Hagen
Team Sky160
6
England
Bradley Wiggins
 
Team Sky144
7
England
Chris Froome
Team Sky126
8
Spain
Luis León Sánchez
Belkin104
9
Argentina
Juan José Haedo
Tinkoff - Saxo102
10
Australia
Cadel Evans
BMC Racing100
11
South Africa
Daryl Impey
Orica98
12
France
Sébastien Hinault
AG2R95
13
France
Thomas Voeckler
 
Europcar91
14
Italy
Vincenzo Nibali
Cannondale91
15
Slovakia
Peter Velits
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step89
16
Belgium
Kris Boeckmans
Vacansoleil85
17
France
Samuel Dumoulin
Cofidis85
18
France
Sandy Casar
FDJ.fr84
19
France
Thibaut Pinot
FDJ.fr80
20
Belgium
Philippe Gilbert
BMC Racing73
21
France
Cyril Gautier
Europcar69
22
Scotland
David Millar
Garmin63
23
France
Pierre Rolland
Europcar61
24
Spain
Alejandro Valverde
Movistar60
25
Germany
Jens Voigt
Trek60
26
Belgium
Dries Devenyns
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step60
27
France
Pierrick Fédrigo
FDJ.fr56
28
Ireland
Nicolas Roche
AG2R56
29
Belgium
Jurgen Van den Broeck
Lotto55
30
Denmark
Michael Mørkøv
Tinkoff - Saxo55
31
Spain
Pablo Urtasun
Euskaltel54
32
United States
Tyler Farrar
Garmin53
33
Japan
Yukiya Arashiro
Europcar52
34
France
Jean Christophe Péraud
AG2R51
35
France
Julien Simon
Sojasun50
36
New Zealand
Greg Henderson
Lotto50
37
Germany
Patrick Gretsch
Giant50
38
Sweden
Fredrik Kessiakoff
Astana49
39
Slovenia
Borut Božic
Astana49
40
United States
Tejay van Garderen
 
BMC Racing48
41
Denmark
Nicki Sørensen
Tinkoff - Saxo47
42
Denmark
Chris Sørensen
 
Tinkoff - Saxo47
43
Spain
Gorka Izagirre
Euskaltel47
44
France
Matthieu Ladagnous
FDJ.fr46
45
Spain
Egoi Martínez
Euskaltel45
46
United States
Christian Vande Velde
Garmin45
47
Portugal
Sérgio Paulinho
Tinkoff - Saxo43
48
Netherlands
Steven Kruijswijk
Belkin42
49
Switzerland
Michael Albasini
Orica41
50
Ireland
Daniel Martin
Garmin40
51
France
Jérémy Roy
FDJ.fr40
52
Italy
Luca Paolini
Katyusha39
53
France
Yohann Gène
Europcar36
55
Spain
Rubén Pérez
Euskaltel36
56
France
Sébastien Minard
AG2R35
57
Germany
Danilo Hondo
Lampre35
58
Italy
Michele Scarponi
Lampre35
59
Netherlands
Karsten Kroon
Tinkoff - Saxo34
60
Kazakhstan
Dimitri Fofonov
Astana33
61
Belarus
Vasil Kiryienka
Movistar33
62
Netherlands
Laurens ten Dam
Belkin31
63
Kazakhstan
Alexandr Vinokurov
Astana31
64
France
Blel Kadri
AG2R29
65
Spain
Haimar Zubeldia
Trek27
66
Slovakia
Martin Velits
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step27
67
Slovenia
Janez Brajkovic
Astana26
68
Italy
Marco Marcato
Vacansoleil25
69
United States
David Zabriskie
Garmin25
70
Netherlands
Roy Curvers
Giant25
71
Estonia
Rein Taaramäe
Cofidis24
72
Australia
Jonathan Cantwell
Tinkoff - Saxo24
73
France
Christophe Kern
Europcar23
74
Russia
Eduard Vorganov
Katyusha23
75
Belgium
Kevin De Weert
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step22
76
Germany
Andreas Klöden
Trek21
77
United States
Chris Horner
Trek21
78
Australia
Richie Porte
Team Sky21
79
Denmark
Lars Bak
Lotto18
80
Spain
Rubén Plaza
Movistar18
81
France
Anthony Roux
FDJ.fr18
82
Ukraine
Andriy Grivko
Astana17
83
Netherlands
Koen de Kort
Giant16
84
France
Maxime Bouet
AG2R15
85
Germany
Markus Burghardt
BMC Racing15
86
Belgium
Romain Zingle
Cofidis15
87
France
Jérôme Pineau
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step15
88
France
Nicolas Edet
Cofidis15
89
France
Cédric Pineau
FDJ.fr15
90
Belgium
Maxime Monfort
Trek14
91
Australia
Baden Cooke
Orica14
92
Austria
Bernhard Eisel
Team Sky14
93
Italy
Davide Malacarne
Europcar13
94
Italy
Simone Stortoni
Lampre13
95
France
Christophe Riblon
AG2R13
96
France
Brice Feillu
Sojasun12
97
England
Steven Cummings
BMC Racing10
98
France
Jimmy Engoulvent
Sojasun10
99
Australia
Michael Rogers
Team Sky9
100
Italy
Marco Marzano
Lampre9
101
Germany
Christian Knees
Team Sky9
102
Belgium
Johan Vansummeren
Garmin9
103
Spain
Rafael Valls
Vacansoleil8
104
Russia
Yury Trofimov
Katyusha8
105
Ukraine
Yaroslav Popovych
Trek8
106
Australia
Simon Gerrans
Orica8
107
Slovenia
Kristjan Koren
Cannondale8
108
Belgium
Jürgen Roelandts
Lotto8
109
Italy
Daniel Oss
Cannondale8
110
Italy
Ivan Basso
Cannondale7
111
Italy
Giampaolo Caruso
Katyusha7
112
United States
Levi Leipheimer
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step6
113
Australia
Adam Hansen
Lotto6
114
Belgium
Francis De Greef
Lotto6
115
Spain
Jorge Azanza
Euskaltel5
116
Australia
Stuart O'Grady
Orica5
117
Netherlands
Johnny Hoogerland
Vacansoleil4
118
France
Matthieu Sprick
Giant4
119
Spain
Luis Ángel Maté
Cofidis4
120
Belarus
Aliaksandr Kuchynski
Katyusha4
121
Portugal
Rui Costa
Movistar3
122
Italy
Manuel Quinziato
BMC Racing3
123
Belgium
Nick Nuyens
Tinkoff - Saxo3
124
France
Julien Fouchard
Cofidis3
125
France
Mickaël Chérel
AG2R2
126
France
Guillaume Levarlet
Sojasun2
127
France
Jérôme Coppel
Sojasun1
128
Belgium
Jelle Vanendert
Lotto1
129
Germany
Dominik Nerz
Cannondale1
130
Belgium
Jan Ghyselinck
Cofidis-7
131
Netherlands
Bram Tankink
Belkin-15
0
Russia
Denis Menchov
Katyusha36
 RiderTeamPoints
1
France
Thomas Voeckler
 
Europcar135
2
Sweden
Fredrik Kessiakoff
Astana123
3
Denmark
Chris Sørensen
 
Tinkoff - Saxo77
4
France
Pierre Rolland
Europcar63
5
Spain
Alejandro Valverde
Movistar51
6
England
Chris Froome
Team Sky48
7
Spain
Egoi Martínez
Euskaltel43
8
France
Thibaut Pinot
FDJ.fr40
9
France
Brice Feillu
Sojasun38
10
Ireland
Daniel Martin
Garmin34
11
Italy
Michele Scarponi
Lampre33
12
Germany
Jens Voigt
Trek31
13
Kazakhstan
Alexandr Vinokurov
Astana31
14
Slovakia
Peter Velits
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step29
15
England
Bradley Wiggins
 
Team Sky26
16
France
Sandy Casar
FDJ.fr24
17
Belgium
Jurgen Van den Broeck
Lotto22
18
Spain
Gorka Izagirre
Euskaltel21
19
Spain
Luis León Sánchez
Belkin21
20
France
Christophe Kern
Europcar20
21
France
Blel Kadri
AG2R19
22
Australia
Cadel Evans
BMC Racing19
23
Netherlands
Laurens ten Dam
Belkin19
24
France
Jean Christophe Péraud
AG2R19
25
Japan
Yukiya Arashiro
Europcar18
26
Portugal
Rui Costa
Movistar16
27
Denmark
Michael Mørkøv
Tinkoff - Saxo14
28
United States
Chris Horner
Trek14
29
Belgium
Dries Devenyns
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step14
30
Belarus
Vasil Kiryienka
Movistar14
31
Italy
Vincenzo Nibali
Cannondale13
32
Russia
Eduard Vorganov
Katyusha12
33
United States
Levi Leipheimer
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step12
34
Portugal
Sérgio Paulinho
Tinkoff - Saxo11
35
Belgium
Philippe Gilbert
BMC Racing10
36
Slovakia
Peter Sagan
 
Cannondale8
37
Russia
Vladimir Karpets
Movistar8
38
Ukraine
Andriy Grivko
Astana7
39
Ukraine
Yaroslav Popovych
Trek7
40
United States
George Hincapie
BMC Racing6
41
France
Cyril Gautier
Europcar6
42
Kazakhstan
Dimitri Fofonov
Astana6
43
Scotland
David Millar
Garmin6
44
France
Jérémy Roy
FDJ.fr5
45
Netherlands
Steven Kruijswijk
Belkin5
46
Estonia
Rein Taaramäe
Cofidis4
47
Italy
Simone Stortoni
Lampre4
48
Italy
Ivan Basso
Cannondale2
49
Belgium
Nick Nuyens
Tinkoff - Saxo2
50
Spain
Haimar Zubeldia
Trek2
51
Germany
Dominik Nerz
Cannondale2
52
Netherlands
Johnny Hoogerland
Vacansoleil2
53
Slovakia
Martin Velits
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step2
54
United States
David Zabriskie
Garmin1
55
Spain
Rubén Plaza
Movistar1
56
Switzerland
Michael Albasini
Orica1
57
Spain
Pablo Urtasun
Euskaltel1
58
Norway
Edvald Boasson Hagen
Team Sky1
59
United States
Christian Vande Velde
Garmin1
60
France
Sébastien Minard
AG2R1
61
Slovenia
Kristjan Koren
Cannondale1
62
France
Samuel Dumoulin
Cofidis1