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86th Giro d'Italia Stage Five: Live Report
 
By Locutus
Date: 5/14/2003
86th Giro d'Italia Stage Five: Live Report
 
Welcome to the Daily Peloton's live coverage of the Giro d'Italia.

Today is Stage 5, a 176km jaunt from Messina to Catania. In the middle of the stage is the climb of the Cat 2 Portella Mandrazzi, which peaks at the 95.6km mark. There is a short, uncategorized climb that peaks 17km from the finish, but otherwise it's fairly flat.

From Fabio in Italy: Today's stage, the only one entirely raced on Sicilian soil, covers 169 kms. (or 176) between Messina and the Mediterranean island's second biggest city, Catania. It could give sprinters another chance to show off their skills, even it halfway through the stage, there's an insidious ascent that might cost any of the fastest wheels of the peloton his chances of stage victory.

According to one of Italy's greatest riders ever, Francesco Moser, the "Selle Mandrazzi" climb may affect the stage outcome. The 1984 Giro winner thinks that much will depend on how fast the peloton will go there: should riders tackle the ascent a in fast, frantic way, then some of the sprinters whose climbing skills are very poor could be in real trouble, lose the wheels of the other ones, and not be able to regain the bunch in the following, 15-km. descent either (and not even in the last, predominantly flat 40km. left when the descent into Francavilla is over). Should the peloton tackle it easier, then we might see a big bunch sprint in Catania.

Still, this should provide a very interesting stage...there is a long time for climbers like Cipollini to regain the peloton.

6:35 PDT. The riders are now on the lower slopes of the Portella Mandrazzi. "SuperFabio" Cipollini is riding tempo next to the Maglia Rosa-wearing Alessandro Petacchi. They both look to be in fine form today, but the climb is still just starting and it is 27.5km long.

Kurt Asle Arvesen (Team Fakta) is near the front in his Norwegian champion's jersey. The jersey is red with a large blue cross with white trim, a very snappy looking champion's jersey indeed. Det ser ut som han er veldig "in form" i dag.

For you non-Norskies, that means he has been riding well with two top-15 finishes, and he looks to be in form.

So the teammate of the Giro award so far must go to Lotto-Domo's Thierry Marichal. Yesterday in the last 10km, when the peloton was really flying along in pursuit of the breakaway, McEwen flatted and pulled off to the side of the road. Marichal quickly joined him, gave him a wheel, and pushed him back into the peloton within a matter of seconds.

This allowed McEwen to quickly rejoin the peloton without losing much time or energy, and McEwen went on to win the sprint by a few inches. Without Marichal's quick and unselfish teamwork, McEwen would still be winless. Instead, Lotto-Domo - who lost their GC contender Rik Verbrugghe yesterday - got a win and a big lift.

6:47 PST. 81 km left. Now Fredy Gonzalez (Selle Italia) is flying off in defense of his mountain jersey. He crosses the line and takes maximum points, building on his lead. Not far behind is the still intact peloton.

So with such a long descent and flat roads to the finish, nobody fancied their chances of sneaking off the front for a win. Instead, the entire peloton simply rode tempo up the climb. Cipo is right in the thick of it, and now looks to have his best chance in a few days to get a stage win.

So Fredy Gonzalez and Ignacio Gutierrez (Kelme-Costa Blanca) have attacked on the descent. Gutierrez attacked over the top, and when he passed Gonzalez the Selle Italia rider chased after him and joined up. The peloton is strung out now in pursuit.

One Domina Vacanze-Elitron rider and one Lotto-Domo rider are setting a hard pace at the front of the group. They are followed by a few FDJeux.com riders. The two leaders have quickly amassed a 2' 50" gap, which has triggered the response in the peloton.

Gonzalez and Gutierrez must know that there is no way they can stay away until the finish. This is truly a questionable move, especially for the man in the KOM Jersey...there are no more mountains today.

From Fabio: The Italian press didn't waste the chance to use sensationalist headlines "Cipollini loses all trains", "Cipo: the crisis broke out", "The Lion King's roaring postponed" "Cipolini in crisis: his team doesn't help him". "Cipo in deep crisis: Binda is a mirage", are just a few examples of the way the media are dealing with the Lion King's difficulties in gertting the coveted 41st Giro stage win.

Today's possible sprint could finally give Mario Cipollini his first win in this year's edition of the Corsa Rosa. Indeed, if most of the hype a few days ago was on Cipo going for the Giro stage win record, now fans, journalists and pundits in general are mainly focussed on the Lion King's alleged crisis. Fours stages held so far, and no images of the Lion King raising his arms in triumph yet.

It's true that, as La Stampa's correspondent Giorgio Viberti pointed out, the first stages were not particularly appropriate for him as, apart from the opening leg in Lecce, where Cipo was defeated by a sensational Petacchi, who gave further, impressive displays of his more than excellent condition also in the following days, the route, in the final part of the stages in particular, was a bit too nervous for Super Mario's skills. And that Cipo is not new to have difficulties in finding the best possible form in the very first part of a Grand Tour, and even that many journalists think they will start writing different things since today. But it's also true that the regining World Champion is not in top form, not even in the same condition he was at Milan-Sanremo 50 days ago (when, despite taking fourth only, he was in good shape). We'll wait and see what's going to happen in Catania anyway.

7:08 PST. 40km left, 10km to the Intergiro. The two leaders are still 2' 35" ahead. They're going nowhere fast now, slowly dangling off the front and blowing their energy.

From Fabio: Cipo and Petacchi (and - why not? - McEwen again) could steal the show today, and other fastmen such as Dario Pieri ("But I don't feel like making promises before the stage, I prefer to talk at the end," the Paris-Roubaix runner-up said) or Angelo Furlan (even though he's probably the worst climber among the sprinters) could aim for some glory today, while others are already looking forward to Saturday's first real test for overall contenders.

And one of these guys is Wladmir Belli: the Lampre newcomer thinks that on Saturday we'll hardly know who will win the Giro but we may start having a clue about which ones, among the GC contenders, will not. The 33-year-old Bergamasco said that, "The stage finishing up at Terminillo will be the first challenging, significative test. We'll know who's hot and who's not. And I hope that Francesco (Casagrande) will be there, at the front, the way he did at Terme Luigiane. As for me, my condition is good, Saturday's leg will be an important test for me too, and my task will be to stay beside Francesco and help him as much as possible, and cast a glance at our rivals and their condition".

More or less the same things one might hear from Saeco's Fabio Sacchi, a sprinter who confessed he's feeling good, but didn't make bold statements about going for stage wins in these days as you might expect. According to the "leopard-headed" Milanese, his main hope now is being able to help team leader Gilberto Simoni.

Thank you to Fabio, our reporter on the ground in Italy, for these great insights and riders comments on the race! Meanwhile, The two leaders, Gonzalez and Gutierrez, continue to work together about 2' 30" in front of the peloton.

Sergei Lelekin (Tenax) hits the curb in a town and goes down. He's back up and riding now.

So Gonzalez takes maximum points headed through the Intergiro. The race for third was close...Moreno DiBiase (Formaggi Pinzolo Fiave) had a teammate leading him out who misjudged the line...the teammate had to slam on the brakes and lock them up to keep from crossing the line before DiBiase, who is currently second in that competition. DiBiase did take third across the line.

7:24 am PST. 22km left. Lotto-Domo, Fassa Bortolo, and Domina Vacanze-Elitron each have riders on the front of the peloton. They are clearly capable of chasing down the two leaders any time they want, and are just letting them fry off the front to discourage any further attacks.

7:28 PST. Daniele Pietropolli (Tenax) has attacked off the front and crossed over to the two leaders. The gap is not that big now for the lead trio, around 25". Attacks like that make me worry that the rider may be a couple of fries short of a happy meal...the sprinters are all chomping at the bit, and their teams are poised at the front of the race to shut any attacks down.

7:35 am PST. 15km left. The riders are winding along the beautiful Sicilian coast. The roads are wide, and they are on the slight incline leading into the final section of the course. The sprinters' teams are now putting the hammer down, but still allowing the lead trio to dangle off the front to discourage last-second attacks.

7:39 am PST. 11km left. The three leaders have now been brought back.

The peloton is absolutely flying on the downhill section that heads into the finishing straight. There is a mad scramble at the front of the peloton for position. No team is in control at this point.

7:40 PST. 6km left. Riders from Alessio, FDJeux.com, Fassa Bortolo, and Lotto-Domo are in the line at the front of the group. A Lotto rider is on the point right now, head down and giving 100%. This will be his last pull of the day. The pace is amazingly fast.

There is a big crash in the peloton! Lots of riders are slowed. A Panaria rider is down. These men have now lost the race, there is no chance of regaining the front...

7:45 am PST. 3km left. Domina Vacanze-Elitron is now in control at the front. There are still a lot of men in the peloton, so the crash must have been back in the group. Cipollini is in 5th, and banging shoulders with others for position!

A man just crashed into the corner, going down alone! The zebra train is still steaming towards the front!!

7:47 am PST. Final km. Mario is set up, Petacchi is forced to lead out Cipollini! Petacchi puts his head down and goes for it, Cipo tries to come around the left! And it's a photo finish! Too close to call! It's between Petacchi and Cipollini!

The announcer at the finish line says over the loudspeaker that Petacchi has won, but it's still not official with the photo finish.

The wild zebra-men seemed to get it right, taking control over the last few kilometers, and Cipo maneuvered Petacchi into leading it out over the last few hundred kilometers, so Mario had done everything right tactically to win. But Petacchi has the magic legs this year, and Mario is feeling his oats as father time chips away at his legs.

We are still standing by for the judge's decision.

Petacchi was against the barriers on the right. Cipollini started to quickly come around him on the left, moving quickly to overtake the younger Italian; it looked like he would win easily. Then Petacchi dug deep and held his ground over the last few meters, and actually won it with a lunge towards the line! Mario didn't lunge very much, and Petacchi fully extended himself. Petacchi is the winner.

It looked like Cipo had him by an inch or two until that final lunge! Man, what a close finish! Further frustration for the World Champion Cipollini, and more glory for the Maglia Rosa holder Alessandro Petacchi. The Italian cycling press will surely see this as an historic battle, with the young sprinter coming into his own and the old warrior finally giving way.

But there will be several more sprint finishes in this race, and Cipo could still find his legs and open up a can of that old-time Tuscan whupass on the rest of the young pretenders before this Giro is over.

Results
1. Alessandro Petacchi, Fassa Bortolo
2. Mario Cipollini, Domina Vacanze-Elitron
3. Bernhard Eisel, FDJeux.com
4. Christian Moreni, Alessio
5. Robbie McEwen, Lotto-Domo

Overall GC Standings:
1. Alessandro Petacchi, Fassa Bortolo @ 22h 31' 44"
2. Stefano Garzelli, Caldirola-Sidermac-Saunier Duval @ 49"
3. Francesco Casagrande, Lampre @ 59"

Thanks for joining us for another interesting stage of the Giro d'Italia. Join us right here Friday for Stage 6 - tomorrow is a rest and transfer day for the peloton.

The stage profiles and maps can be viewed in the "Related Article" linked below.

For discussion of the Giro jersey and teams classifications, click here.


Stage 5 Results

1 PETACCHI Alessandro ITA FAS 4:54:43 /20"     35,831Km/h
2 CIPOLLINI Mario ITA DVE s.t. /12"
3 EISEL Bernhard AUT FDJ s.t. /8"
4 MORENI Cristian ITA ALS s.t.
5 MC EWEN Robbie AUS LOT s.t.
6 BROWN Graeme Allen AUS PAN s.t.
7 SVORADA Jan CZE LAM s.t.
8 PIERI Dario ITA SAE s.t.
9 BALDUCCI Gabriele ITA VIN s.t.
10 DUMA Vladimir UKR LAN s.t.
11 KHALILOV Mykhaylo UKR CLM s.t.
12 BACKSTEDT Magnus SWE FAK s.t.
13 D'AMORE Crescenzo ITA TEN s.t.
14 BALDATO Fabio ITA ALS s.t.
15 PANTANI Marco ITA MER s.t.
16 FORSTER Robert GER GST s.t.
17 FONTANELLI Fabiano ITA MER s.t.
18 TRAMPUSCH Gerhard AUT GST s.t.
19 CHMIELEWSKI Piotr POL CCC s.t.
20 ARVESEN Kurt Asle NOR FAK s.t.
21 POPOVYCH Yaroslav UKR LAN s.t.
22 GARZELLI Stefano ITA VIN s.t.
23 VIERHOUTEN Aart NED LOT s.t.
24 GIORDANI Leonardo ITA DNC s.t.
25 NOCENTINI Rinaldo ITA FPF s.t.
26 CONTE Biagio ITA FPF s.t.
27 HAMBURGER Bo DEN FPF s.t.
28 DACRUZ Carlos FRA FDJ s.t.
29 AUG Andrus EST DNC s.t.
30 CAUCCHIOLI Pietro ITA ALS s.t.
31 TOTSCHNIG Georg AUT GST s.t.
32 LUNGHI Denis ITA ALS s.t.
33 MASON Oscar ITA VIN s.t.
34 NOE' Andrea ITA ALS s.t.
35 RODRIGUEZ Alexis ESP KEL s.t.
36 PELLIZOTTI Franco ITA ALS s.t.
37 SABALIAUSKAS Marius LTU SAE s.t.
38 GARCIA QUESADA Adolfo ESP KEL s.t.
39 LOMBARDI Giovanni ITA DVE s.t.
40 APOLLONIO Massimo ITA VIN s.t.
41 GONZALEZ MARTINEZ Fredy COL CLM s.t. /6"
42 BERNUCCI Lorenzo ITA LAN s.t.
43 WINN Juilian GBR FAK s.t.
44 SCARPONI Michele ITA DVE s.t.
45 HONCHAR Serhiy UKR DNC s.t.
46 SIMONI Gilberto ITA SAE s.t.
47 HARDTER Uwe GER GST s.t.
48 CASAGRANDE Francesco ITA LAM s.t.
49 SACCHI Fabio ITA SAE s.t.
50 ADYEYEV Sergiy UKR LAN s.t.
51 AGGIANO Elio ITA FPF s.t.
52 LAVERDE JIMENEZ Luis F. COL FPF s.t.
53 HVASTIJA Martin SLO TEN s.t.
54 VILA ERRANDONEA Franc ESP LAM s.t.
55 BERTAGNOLLI Leonardo ITA SAE s.t.
56 FORNACIARI Paolo ITA SAE s.t.
57 DEREPAS David FRA FDJ s.t.
58 VELO Marco ITA FAS s.t.
59 SPEZIALETTI Alessandro ITA SAE s.t.
60 FARESIN Gianni ITA GST s.t.
61 SCIREA Mario ITA DVE s.t.
62 POZZI Oscar ITA TEN s.t.
63 FRATTINI Cristiano ITA TEN s.t.
64 ZANOTTI Leonardo ITA DNC s.t.
65 GATES Nick AUS LOT s.t.
66 HOJ Frank DEN FAK 0:11
67 TRENTI Guido USA FAS 0:15
68 RUMSAS Raimondas LTU LAM 0:19
69 CASAR Sandy FRA FDJ s.t.
70 CASPER Jimmy FRA FDJ s.t.
71 CARRARA Matteo ITA DNC s.t.
72 BELLI Wladimir ITA LAM s.t.
73 GASPARRE Graziano ITA DNC s.t.
74 FIGUERAS Giuliano ITA PAN s.t.
75 PETERSEN Jorgen Bo DEN FAK s.t.
76 WEGELIUS Charles GBR DNC s.t.
77 TONKOV Pavel RUS CCC s.t.
78 GONZALEZ JIMENEZ Aitor ESP FAS s.t.
79 BENNATI Daniele ITA DVE s.t.
80 CODOL Massimo ITA MER s.t.
81 GUTIERREZ CATALUNA Ignacio ESP KEL s.t. /4"
82 ROMANIK Radoslaw POL CCC s.t.
83 BARANOWSKI Dariusz POL CCC s.t.
84 GARCIA QUESADA Carlos ESP KEL s.t.
85 MAZZANTI Luca ITA PAN s.t.
86 LANFRANCHI Paolo ITA PAN s.t.
87 DE ANGELI Luca ITA CLM s.t.
88 MAZZOLENI Eddy ITA VIN s.t.
89 MIHOLIEVIC Vladimir CRO ALS s.t.
90 MUNOZ Hernan D. COL CLM s.t.
91 WEIGOLD Steffen GER GST s.t.
92 MOERENHOUT Koos NED LOT s.t.
93 FRIGO Dario ITA FAS s.t.
94 PRZYDZIAL Piotr POL CCC s.t.
95 PALUMBO Giuseppe ITA DNC s.t.
96 PIETROPOLLI Daniele ITA TEN s.t.
97 ZAMPIERI Steve SUI VIN s.t.
98 LHUILLIER Regis FRA FDJ s.t.
99 KOHUT Seweryn POL CCC s.t.
100 FRITSCH Nicolas FRA FDJ s.t.
101 MANZONI Mario ITA MER s.t.
102 BILEKA Volodimir UKR LAN s.t.
103 CASTELBLANCO Joaquim COL CLM s.t.
104 MARIN Ruber Alverio COL CLM s.t.
105 RAVAIOLI Ivan ITA MER s.t.
106 SCAMARDELLA Salvatore ITA LAN s.t.
107 BROZYNA Thomas POL CCC s.t.
108 BRUSEGHIN Marzio ITA FAS s.t.
109 CHEULA Gian Paolo ITA VIN s.t.
110 STREMERSCH Tom BEL LAN s.t.
111 USANO MARTINEZ Julian ESP KEL s.t.
112 BONDARIEW Bogdan UKR CCC s.t.
113 STRAUSS Marcel SUI GST s.t.
114 MASSI Rodolfo ITA CLM s.t.
115 JOERGENSEN Rene' DEN FAK s.t.
116 GASPERONI Cristian ITA MER s.t.
117 TONTI Andrea ITA SAE s.t.
118 TIRALONGO Paolo ITA PAN s.t.
119 BERTOLETTI Simone ITA LAM s.t.
120 KIRCHEN Kim LUX FAS s.t.
121 BARBERO Sergio ITA LAM s.t.
122 GEROSA Mauro ITA VIN s.t.
123 CIONI Dario David ITA FAS s.t.
124 VERSTREPEN Johan BEL LAN s.t.
125 CLAVERO Daniel ESP MER s.t.
126 MARINI Mirko ITA TEN s.t.
127 PEREZ CUAPIO Julio A. MEX PAN s.t.
128 ILLIANO Raffaele ITA CLM s.t.
129 CONTI Roberto ITA MER s.t.
130 SUNDERLAND Scott AUS FAK s.t.
131 SZMYD Sylvester POL MER s.t.
132 RIERA VALLS Jordi ESP KEL s.t.
133 DAVIS Scott AUS PAN s.t.
134 ZANETTI Mauro ITA TEN s.t.
135 GOBBI Michele ITA DNC s.t.
136 BAK Lars Ytting DEN FAK s.t.
137 SECCHIARI Francesco ITA DVE s.t.
138 RIEBENBAUER Werner AUT FAK 0:33
139 GRYSCHENKO Ruslan UKR LAN 0:41
140 COLOMBO Gabriele ITA DVE 1:09
141 ONGARATO Alberto ITA DVE 1:09
142 VERBRUGGHE Ief BEL LOT 1:12
143 VAN IMPE Kevin BEL LOT 1:12
144 GUESDON Frederic FRA FDJ 1:12
145 BALIANI Fortunato ITA FPF 1:12
146 NAUDUSZ Andris LAT CCC 1:12
147 SCHOLZ Ronny GER GST 1:12
148 MARICHAL Thierry BEL LOT 1:12
149 MONDINI Gianpaolo ITA DVE 1:12
150 GARCIA John Freddy COL CLM 1:12
151 TONETTI Gianluca ITA TEN 1:12
152 CUNEGO Damiano ITA SAE 1:12
153 ANDRIOTTO Dario ITA VIN 1:12
154 CONTRINI Daniele ITA GST 1:27
155 TOSATTO Matteo ITA FAS 1:27
156 MESA MESA Hector O. COL FPF 1:29
157 LELEKIN Sergei RUS TEN 1:29
158 WIGGINS Bradley GBR FDJ 1:29
159 QUINZIATO Manuel ITA LAM 2:01
160 MURAGLIA Giuseppe ITA FPF 2:01
161 GALVEZ LOPEZ Isaac ESP KEL 2:21
162 ZABALLA GUTIEREZ Constan ESP KEL 2:21
163 STEEGMANS Gert BEL LOT 2:35
164 LANCASTER Brett AUS PAN 3:16
165 DI BIASE Moreno ITA FPF 3:27 /2"
166 FURLAN Angelo ITA ALS 4:02
167 BONGIORNO Guillermo ARG PAN 6:00

General Classification after Stage 5

1 PETACCHI Alessandro ITA FAS 22:31:44
2 GARZELLI Stefano ITA VIN 0:49
3 CASAGRANDE Francesco ITA LAM 0:59
4 PELLIZOTTI Franco ITA ALS 1:04
5 SIMONI Gilberto ITA SAE s.t.
6 LUNGHI Denis ITA ALS 1:11
7 HAMBURGER Bo DEN FPF s.t.
8 NOE' Andrea ITA ALS s.t.
9 SABALIAUSKAS Marius LTU SAE s.t.
10 SCARPONI Michele ITA DVE s.t.
11 PANTANI Marco ITA MER 1:16
12 ARVESEN Kurt Asle NOR FAK s.t.
13 TOTSCHNIG Georg AUT GST s.t.
14 VELO Marco ITA FAS s.t.
15 MASON Oscar ITA VIN s.t.
16 TRAMPUSCH Gerhard AUT GST 1:18
17 NOCENTINI Rinaldo ITA FPF s.t.
18 POPOVYCH Yaroslav UKR LAN s.t.
19 GASPARRE Graziano ITA DNC 1:23
20 MORENI Cristian ITA ALS s.t.
21 BERTAGNOLLI Leonardo ITA SAE s.t.
22 FARESIN Gianni ITA GST 1 s.t.
23 GARCIA QUESADA Adolfo ESP KEL s.t.
24 SACCHI Fabio ITA SAE 1:24
25 HONCHAR Serhiy UKR DNC s.t.

Points after Stage 5 (Maglia Ciclamino)

1 PETACCHI Alessandro ITA FAS 106
2 MC EWEN Robbie AUS LOT 49
3 CIPOLLINI Mario ITA DVE 48
4 EISEL Bernhard AUT FDJ 44
5 GARZELLI Stefano ITA VIN 34
6 COLOMBO Gabriele ITA DVE 32
7 BALDATO Fabio ITA ALS 29
8 CASAGRANDE Francesco ITA LAM 28
9 GASPARRE Graziano ITA DNC 26
10 DUMA Vladimir UKR LAN 24

KOM after Stage 5 (Maglia Verdi)

1 GONZALEZ MARTINEZ Fredy COL CLM 13
2 GARCIA QUESADA Carlos ESP KEL 3
3 LAVERDE JIMENEZ Luis F. COL FPF 3
4 GRYSCHENKO Ruslan UKR LAN 3
5 CASAGRANDE Francesco ITA LAM 2
6 STRAUSS Marcel SUI GST 2
7 GARZELLI Stefano ITA VIN 1
8 NOCENTINI Rinaldo ITA FPF 1
9 TIRALONGO Paolo ITA PAN 1
10 BILEKA Volodimir UKR LAN 1

Intergiro after Stage 5 (Maglia Azzura)

1 DI BIASE Moreno ITA FPF 14:45:10 0:00
2 NAUDUSZ Andris LAT CCC 14:45:13 0:03
3 AGGIANO Elio ITA FPF 14:45:32 0:22
4 GONZALEZ MARTINEZ Fredy COL CLM 14:45:46 0:36
5 CIPOLLINI Mario ITA DVE 14:45:46 0:36
6 FONTANELLI Fabiano ITA MER 14:45:49 0:39
7 GUTIERREZ CATALUNA Ignacio ESP KEL 14:45:52 0:42
8 PETACCHI Alessandro ITA FAS 14:45:52 0:42
9 USANO MARTINEZ Julian ESP KEL 14:45:52 0:42
10 FORSTER Robert GER GST 14:45:54 0:44

Fast Team after Stage 5

1 ALESSIO  67:38:31 0:00
2 LAMPRE  67:38:43 0:12
3 SAECO - MACCHINE PER CAFFE' 67:38:43 0:12
4 FASSA BORTOLO 67:38:53 0:22
5 FORMAGGI PINZOLO FIAVE' - CIARROCCHI 67:38:58 0:27
6 DE NARDI - COLPACK 67:39:02 0:31
7 GEROLSTEINER 67:39:02 0:31
8 KELME - COSTA BLANCA 67:39:26 0:55
9 CERAMICHE PANARIA - FIORDO 67:39:26 0:55
10 MERCATONE UNO - SCANAVINO 67:39:46 1:15
11 VINI CALDIROLA - SIDERMEC 67:39:47 1:16
12 FDJEUX.COM 67:40:13 1:42
13 LANDBOUWKREDIET - COLNAGO 67:40:23 1:52
14 CCC POLSAT 67:40:23 1:52
15 TENAX 67:41:31 3:00
16 COLOMBIA - SELLE ITALIA 67:44:33 6:02
17 DOMINA VACANZE - ELITRON 67:45:26 6:55
18 TEAM FAKTA - PATA CHIPS 67:48:14 9:43
19 LOTTO - DOMO 68:00:21 21:50

 
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