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It's the Tour de France!!!! Prologue Live Coverage!!
By Locutus
Date: 7/5/2003
It's the Tour de France!!!! Prologue Live Coverage!!

Hello everyone, and welcome to the Tour de France!

Today's flat course is a technical 6.5 km drag that begins at the Eiffel tower and winds through the streets of Paris. This year's Tour is even more full of talent than usual, and this is reflected in the number of favorites for victory today.

Lance Armstrong (US Postal-Berry Floor) has won two prologues (1999, 2002) since his return from cancer; like last year, Armstrong won the Dauphine Libere in June and looks ready to defend his title in July. Aussies Brad McGee ( and Michael Rogers (Quickstep-Davitamon) are both on form and outstanding in tests like this.

Briton David Millar (Cofidis) won the opening time trial three years ago, and is showing the best form of his career. Germans Uwe Peschel and Michael Rich (Gerolsteiner) are time-trial specialists who should do well, and Hungarian Laszlo Bodrogi (Quickstep-Davitamon) has also been tabbed as a possible winner.

Several riders who excel at longer time trials also have a shot at victory today: Jan Ullrich (Bianchi), Tyler Hamilton (CSC), Aitor Gonzalez (Fassa Bortolo), and Santiago Botero (Telekom) are GC favorites who fall into this category.

As we start our coverage, George Hincapie (US Postal) has the early lead. The Big Rig came across in 7' 37". His time at the 3.2km checkpoint is only 3rd best, but he accelerated over the last half of the course.

2nd right now is Tobias Steinhouser (Bianchi) at 3"; 3rd is Daniel Becke (Bianchi) at 4". Steinhauser had the best time at the 3.2km mark with a 3' 50", which was 2" better than Hincapie, but he lost 5" to the American on the backside.

Michael Rich (Gerolsteiner), a time trial specialist who was a hot favorite to win coming in, went through the 3.2km mark at 3' 52", virtually the same time as Hincapie! George told our Jaime Nichols that he was in really great form, but if his time holds up against men like Rich, then he must be flying!

Rich crosses the line in 7' 37", only hundreths of a second ahead of Hincapie! He takes over the lead, but George is still a very close 2nd!

Christophe Brandt has just come in nursing a major mechanical problem. Robert Hunter has just started - the South African won the prologue of the Tour de Langkawi this year.

Still overcast; now Hunter comes in, he will not trouble Rich and finishes in 22nd place.

Denis Menchov comes in in 13th place - while on the course Jorg Jaksche is tearing up the pave with the fastest intermediate time so far.

Jaskche - oh dear, he fades at the end but finishes in 4th spot. A great ride by JJ, I am sure we will see a lot of him in this tour - he certainly was in great form in the Tour of Germany.

JP Nazon finishes in 10th spot - there is an slightly uphill finish and it tires the riders quite significantly as they approach the finish line. That explains why Hincapie did well...he has the power to crush inclines like that, while a lot of riders struggle.

Laszlo Bodrogi, one of the favourites, sets off across the cobbled streets of Paris.

Haimar Zubeldia takes the lead! The Euskatel rider has smashed Rich's time!

He had no difficulty on the false flat at the finish and bounced over the cobbles to take the lead.

He came across in 7' 28", a full 9" faster than Rich.

Haimar Zubeldia's time is under attack but Bodrogi will not take it. Bodrogi heads hard into a corner, and comes into the finishing straight, and comes across in 7' 39", well off the pace of Zubeldia.

With a determined visage, Rolf Aldag (Telekom) sets off on the course in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower. The sprinter Casper ( finishes 31" behind Zubeldia.

The best-named Italian cyclist, Marco Velo (Fassa Bortolo), comes in 22" behind Zubeldia. Now the Notorious VHP, Victor Hugo Peńa, of US Postal, sets off.

Franco Pellizotti (Alessio) is away - the mountain man looks cool and relaxed as he sets off across the cobbles.

Thomas Voeckler, the Baker boy, is a good tester and might surprise.

Top five right now: 1. Zubeldia @ 7' 28", 2. Rich @ 8", 3. Hincapie @ 9", 4. Bodrogi @ 10", 5. Jaksche @ 12".

The roads of Paris are crammed full of coffee-fueled fans, including my wife, cheering on the riders of this 100th anniversary edition of the Tour.

There are huge crowds cheering the riders on along the tree-lined avenues - Aldag will not trouble Zubeldia.

Thomas Voeckler of course won the Tour de Luxembourg this year and will have huge support.

Pena posts a great time - into 2nd place. He finishes only 4" behind Zubeldia at 7' 32"!

Thor Hushovd, another with an outside chance, sets off.

"Rabid" Robbie McEwen (Lotto-Domo) is trying to set a good time to put himself in reach of Yellow. His real goal will be the Green Jersey later in the race, however, as he took the best sprinter prize last year, barely nipping Zabel (Telekom) on the final day.

Thomas Voeckler still honking round the course - but his time is well off the pace. Hushovd (Credit Agricole) made noise earlier this season about going for the Green Jersey himself this year...not sure how that will sit with his teammate Stuey O'Grady, a perennial favorite in that competition.

Eddy Mazzoleni, another man who will feature strongly in this race, posts a respectable time to finish in 14th place.

The "Thunder God" Hushovd is hammering. He'd love to be in range of Yellow as well after today. He'd really need the power of the Norse Gods to win this stage, however.

The big Norskie is setting a decent time...he comes across in 7' 39".

"The prologue is very important, especially this year because it is in Paris and the start of the centennial edition of the Tour de France," Jan Ullrich said. "I'd like to do well and it'd be great to win but I won't take too many risks, for me it's more of a test of my form ready for the next three weeks."

Eric Zabel says his prayers in the start box. Zabel is setting off in his German Champion's jersey. The sprinter put in an impressive solo attack to win that jersey. He's clearly ready to go after the Green Jersey again.

Zabel is hammering through the corners after starting under that giant Freudian structure, the Eiffel Tower.

Results thus far:
1. Zubeldia, EUS 7.28
2. Pena, USP +0.03
3. Rich, GST +0.08
4. Hincapie, USP +0.09
5. Bodrogi +0.10

Zabel pushing it and taking chances on the corners - he will be hoping for a good time so he can challenge for yellow over the next few days.

And Yeasty Boy Jerome Pineau (Brioches La Boulangere) is on course. He is one of the many good French riders on that team.

Zabel is dying out there, heading into the last corner. He comes across in 8' 00".

David Plaza gets ready to set off - in the famous Bianchi colours.

Michael Rogers (Quickstep), winner of the Tours of Belgium, Germany, and the Route de Sud, is on course. He is a hot favorite to continue his great season with a good ride today.

Rogers says that his goal is to take the prologue in this, his first Tour. He wants the early Yellow Jersey before the big mountains. He says the big climbs are a mystery, so he is going to try to do well early.

Petacchi is looking very cool and unshaven as he rolls from the starthouse. The stage-god of the Giro is looking to conquer the Tour now.

There is a 10% chance of rain in Paris, and the clouds are getting thicker. Here's hoping that the rain gods keep away until after the stage is over.

Baden Cooke in full flight now but the top five remain:
1. Zubeldia, EUS 7.28
2. Pena, USP +0.03
3. Rich, GST +0.08
4. Hincapie, USP +0.09
5. Bodrogi +0.10

CRASH! Perez is down! Perez (Cofidis) has to get a new machine.

The Cofidis rider slipped from the starting ramp - the drama starts to build and the nerves and tensions become tangible.

Rogers is next to finish. He's flying! He won't have the best time... 7' 39". The Australian sensation finishes in 7th spot.

Cooke is in 29th spot, a disappointment.

Petacchi (Fassa Bortolo) comes across in 8' 01".

Heras is looking good in the new US Postal Jersey. The little climber will be looking to just limit his losses as he sets off. He is drilling it with all 132 of his pounds.

Heras has a funky red spiral pattern on his back disk wheel. Looks trippy.

Uwe Peschel (Gerolsteiner) is one of the favorites...he's rolling onto the course now.

Sylvain Chavanel now sets off - the great French hope...

Chavanel (Brioches La Boulangere) rode a great Paris-Nice earlier this season, and showed that he has great all-around talent.

Heras finishes just under 8'. Chavanel is flying, taking risks, pushing it close to the barriers coming out of the corners.

And now Angel Casero hits the road, the former Vuelta winner looking super cool in the new retro Bianchi jersey.

Stuey O'Grady (Credit Agricole) hits the road in his dashing Australian Champion's jersey. He is really in the best form he's had in years.

Peschel finishes in 14th spot - so still the Basque rider leads the race. Armstrong is revving up...

And the Australian and Italian champions are on the road - O'Grady will be aware he needs to cap any ambitions from Hushovd and make sure the team ride for him for the green jersey.

Chavanel is 7" behind Zubeldia at the 3.2km mark.

Now the Terminaitor gets ready to set off. Aitor Gonzalez could be the surprise package in this race.

Mikel Astarloza (AG2R) has a great ride and finishes in 5th place.

Another French hope, Moncoutie (Cofidis), heads out of the start ramp.

Casero comes across behind Zubeldia, finishing in 7'47".

Dashing Danilo DiLuca (Saeco) is another cypher heading into this race. He's now on course. O'Grady comes across in 7' 48". That will serve him well in his quest for an early Yellow Jersey.

DiLuca broke his collarbone earlier this season, and has now come back and says he's ready for the Tour.

Bettini comes in at 7' 48". Not bad for the man who isn't a specialist.

Current Standings:
1. Zubeldia, EUS 7.28
2. Pena, USP +0.03
3. Rich, GST +0.08
4. Hincapie, USP +0.09
5. Astarloza, A2R +0.10

José Enrique Gutierrez great time - 6th place.

Zubeldia, Pena, and Hincapie are still the big surprises of the race so far. But the big guns have yet to fire.

Gonzalez is in at 7' 50", a surprisingly bad performance for the great time trialist from Fassa Bortolo. But he is much better at the longer distances than in this specialty.

Reigning Olympic Time Trial Champion Slava "the Pensioner" Ekimov (US Postal) is on the road.

Alexandre Vinokourov (Telekom) is on route as well. He won Paris-Nice, Amstel Gold, and the Tour of Switzerland this year. He's had a great season, and with Savoldelli out of the race he is now a leader of Telekom with Botero.

Oscar Freire (Rabobank) puts in a strong time for a sprinter. He crosses the line in 7' 44", the best amongst the big sprinters so far.

Magic Karpets in 5th spot!

Lance is sitting on his trainer getting ready to rock. Didier Rous (Brioches La Boulangere) is looking great in his French Champion's Jersey, despite that thing he does with his tongue in time trials.

Mayo - on the road - the outside challenger is underway...

Laurent Brochard (AG2r), another favorite for the prologue, rolls onto the course.

Ekimov finishes in 3rd at 7' 37"!! Another great ride from a Postie, with their big gun yet to fire! Postal is blowing up this time trial. Pena, Ekimov and Hincapie all at the top!

Rik Verbrugghe (Lotto-Domo) is on course. He is a great time-trialist, but says that his form is off and that he'll be looking to do well in the later stages.

Jan Ullrich looks good in the start house. He says his prayers and sets out. Now "RoboJan" Ullrich sets off!! The fformer champion is now on the road, looking to redeem himself in this race, in which he always does so wonderfully. Jan looks very hard and fit, and has ridden very well recently. He's a favorite for the podium.

Moreau (Credit Agricole) is also on course. All the big favorites are now setting out to test Zubeldia's excellent time.

Mayo will not trouble the leaders - 24th spot. Big Bradlee McGee ( sets off now. He is a hot favorite to win the stage. He's in great form right now.

Ullrich sets the best time at the 3.2km mark, 1" ahead of Zubeldia!!!

Brochard is in the finishing straight, setting a great time! He comes across in 7' 39", 12th place.

Now Tyler "One-Armed Bandit" Hamilton (CSC) sets off. Here's hoping he can avoid the face-plant he did in the 2002 Giro prologue.

Verbrugghe comes across in 7' 45". Zubeldia really put in a great ride!!

Here comes Big Jan Ullrich!! He is coming across in 7' 28", in 1st place!!! Ullrich will take the lead! One-fifth of a second ahead of Zubeldia.

Now Gilberto Simoni - the man who dominated the Giro - he will be trying to limit his losses in this prologue.

Millar (Cofidis) and Simoni (Saeco) are on course. Millar is a favorite for the prologue too.

Millar said this morning: "The prologue is important for me but at the same time it's not the be all and end all of my Tour de France. I want to see how I ride in the first two Alpine stages and then I'll decide my race plan for the rest of the Tour," he said.

His Royal Majesty, Sir Richard Virenque (Quickstep) comes across in 8' 01". He's waiting for the mountains.

Tyler Hamilton is flying. He's right along the barriers out of the saddle, really hammering.

Brad McGee is equalling Ullrich's time around the course.

McGee takes it!!!!! He gets 7' 26"!!! And Millar is 5" ahead of McGee at 3.2km!!!

Beloki (Once) will also be looking to just limit his losses today.

Now "El Jefe" Lance Armstrong is in the start house. He's ready.

Lance is off!! He's sprinting down the straights... Last man away to the cheers of the crowd and pop of flash lamps. The lone star of Texas is all over that helmet.

Hamilton is fourth and Millar has mechanical problems. His chain flipped off - he digs deep but he is second!!!!!

Jean-Marie Leblanc put in a personal appeal for Lance to wear Yellow today to honor the 100th anniversary Tour.

Armstrong in yellow and with last years number pinned to his back. Simoni - great ride 17th place - no disaster for the Italian. Hamilton comes across in 7' 32", in sixth so far.... Millar comes across in 7' 26", just behind McGee. It really was that chain that cost him.

Our apologies - the site went off the back there for a few moments. Now we bring you the conclusion of the live coverage, albeit slightly delayed.

Botero, the time trial champion, in the top ten, a good ride.

Armstrong is 9" behind Millar at the 3.2km mark. He could be saving it for the 2nd half of the course.

Beloki comes across in 7' 35", a great ride for him.

Now here comes Lance...McGee must be about to wet his pants with anticipation. Lance is really flying! He's picked it up on the 2nd half. Lance comes across in 7' 34"! Only 7th place!

McGee takes Yellow!!! What a great day for the rider!!! Brad McGee for Australia makes the FDJeux team celebrate in Paris with a tremendous ride!

Lance lost 5" to Jan Ullrich, and he won't be at all happy about that. He also finished behind Hamilton!!

Final results:
1. Bradley McGee, 7.26
2. David Millar, Cofidis s.t.
3. Haimar Zubeldia, Euskaltel +0.02
4. Jan Ullrich, Bianchi s.t.
5. Victor Hugo Pena, US Postal +0.06
6. Tyler Hamilton, Team CSC +0.06
7. Lance Armstrong, US Postal +0.07
8. Joseba Beloki, ONCE +0.09
9. Santiago Botero, Telekom s.t.
10. Vjateslav Ekimov, US Postal +0.10

Three Posties in the top ten, with the Notorious VHP finishing 1" ahead of "El Jefe"! This bodes well for the Team Time Trial. Still, Lance will be upset to lose 1" to Hamilton and 5" to Ullrich. Psychologically, this will give the two big GC challengers hope that they can take the Texan down the road. Beloki only lost 2" to Armstrong as well, a psychological victory for the Spaniard.

Thanks for joining us for this first exciting day of the Tour de France - we will see you again tomorrow for live coverage of Stage One! Thanks also to podofdonny and Jaime Nichols for the additional commentary today.

Prologue Results

Yellow Jersey: Bradley McGee (
Green Jersey: Bradley McGee (worn by David Millar - Cofidis)
White Jersey: Vladimir Karpets (iBanesto)


1 MC GEE Bradley AUS FDJ 07' 26"
2 MILLAR David GBR COF 00' 00"
3 ZUBELDIA Haimar ESP EUS 00' 02"
4 ULLRICH Jan GER TBI 00' 02"
5 PENA Victor Hugo COL USP 00' 06"
6 HAMILTON Tyler USA CSC 00' 06"
7 ARMSTRONG Lance USA USP 00' 07"
8 BELOKI Joseba ESP ONE 00' 09"
9 BOTERO Santiago COL TEL 00' 09"
10 EKIMOV Vjatceslav RUS USP 00' 11"
11 RICH Michael GER GST 00' 11"
12 LEIPHEIMER Levi USA RAB 00' 11"
13 HINCAPIE George USA USP 00' 11"
14 KARPETS Vladimir RUS BAN 00' 12"
15 ASTARLOZA Mikel ESP A2R 00' 12"
16 GUTIERREZ José Enrique ESP KEL 00' 12"
17 BODROGI Laszlo HUN QSD 00' 13"
18 HUSHOVD Thor NOR C.A 00' 13"
19 ROGERS Michael AUS QSD 00' 13"
20 BROCHARD Laurent FRA A2R 00' 13"
21 SIMONI Gilberto ITA SAE 00' 13"
22 JAKSCHE Jorg GER ONE 00' 14"
23 STEINHAUSER Tobias GER TBI 00' 14"
24 WAUTERS Marc BEL RAB 00' 16"
25 BECKE Daniel GER TBI 00' 16"
26 POLLACK Olaf GER GST 00' 17"
27 SCHMIDT Torsten GER GST 00' 17"
28 TAULER Antonio ESP KEL 00' 17"
29 PESCHEL Uwe GER GST 00' 18"
30 GAUMONT Philippe FRA COF 00' 18"
32 FLICKINGER Andy FRA A2R 00' 18"
33 FREIRE Oscar ESP RAB 00' 18"
34 NAZON Jean-Patrick FRA DEL 00' 18"
35 ROUS Didier FRA BLB 00' 19"
36 KIRSIPUU Jaan EST A2R 00' 19"
38 PERON Andrea ITA CSC 00' 19"
39 MAZZOLENI Eddy ITA CAL 00' 19"
40 VOIGT Jens GER C.A 00' 19"
41 MAYO Iban ESP EUS 00' 19"
42 PLAZA David ESP TBI 00' 20"
43 CANADA David ESP QSD 00' 20"
44 LIESE Thomas GER TBI 00' 20"
45 COOKE Baden AUS FDJ 00' 20"
46 MANZANO Jesus ESP KEL 00' 20"
47 NOZAL Isidro ESP ONE 00' 20"
48 NIERMANN Grischa GER RAB 00' 20"
49 MENCHOV Denis RUS BAN 00' 20"
50 CASAR Sandy FRA FDJ 00' 21"
51 MENGIN Christophe FRA FDJ 00' 21"
52 JALABERT Nicolas FRA CSC 00' 21"
53 ETXEBARRIA Unai VEN EUS 00' 21"
54 CASERO Angel ESP TBI 00' 21"
55 BETTINI Paolo ITA QSD 00' 22"
56 SORENSEN Nicki DEN CSC 00' 22"
57 PETROV Evgeni RUS BAN 00' 22"
58 DUFAUX Laurent SUI ALS 00' 22"
59 O'GRADY Stuart AUS C.A 00' 22"
60 KNAVEN Servais NED QSD 00' 23"
61 CHAURREAU Inigo ESP A2R 00' 23"
63 LEFEVRE Laurent FRA DEL 00' 23"
64 GONZALEZ Aitor ESP FAS 00' 24"
65 KLÖDEN Andréas GER TEL 00' 24"
66 VELO Marco ITA FAS 00' 24"
67 BOOGERD Michael NED RAB 00' 24"
68 VAINSTEINS Romans LAT CAL 00' 24"
69 VOGONDY Nicolas FRA FDJ 00' 25"
70 RODRIGUEZ Fred USA CAL 00' 25"
71 VINOKOUROV Alexandre KAZ TEL 00' 25"
72 LASTRAS Pablo ESP BAN 00' 25"
73 FLECHA Juan Antonio ESP BAN 00' 26"
74 ORIOL Christophe FRA A2R 00' 26"
75 HUNTER Robert RSA RAB 00' 27"
75 VICIOSO Angel ESP ONE 00' 27"
77 BERTAGNOLLI Leonardo ITA SAE 00' 27"
78 REBELLIN Davide ITA GST 00' 27"
79 VAN DE WOUWER Kurt BEL QSD 00' 28"
81 GUSTOV Volodymir UKR FAS 00' 28"
82 LELLI Massimiliano ITA COF 00' 28"
83 FINOT Frédéric FRA DEL 00' 29"
84 MERCADO Juan Miguel ESP BAN 00' 29"
85 SANCHEZ Samuel ESP EUS 00' 29"
86 RUBIERA José Luis ESP USP 00' 29"
87 ANDRLE René CZE ONE 00' 29"
88 SASTRE Carlos ESP CSC 00' 29"
89 DE GROOT Bram NED RAB 00' 29"
90 HALGAND Patrice FRA DEL 00' 30"
91 EDALEINE Christophe FRA DEL 00' 30"
92 BRUSEGHIN Marzio ITA FAS 00' 30"
93 VAN BON Leon NED LOT 00' 30"
94 CIONI Dario  ITA FAS 00' 30"
95 CHRISTENSEN Bekim DEN CSC 00' 30"
96 KRIVTSOV Yuriy UKR DEL 00' 30"
97 BASSO Ivan ITA FAS 00' 31"
98 MIHOLJEVIC Vladimir CRO ALS 00' 31"
99 MANCEBO Francisco ESP BAN 00' 31"
100 FEDRIGO Pierrick FRA C.A 00' 31"
101 MC EWEN Robbie AUS LOT 00' 32"
102 FRITSCH Nicolas FRA FDJ 00' 32"
103 ZBERG Marcus SUI GST 00' 32"
104 WIELINGA Remmert NED RAB 00' 32"
105 CHAVANEL Sylvain FRA BLB 00' 32"
106 ZANDIO Xabier ESP BAN 00' 33"
107 TRENTIN Guido ITA COF 00' 33"
108 HERAS Roberto ESP USP 00' 33"
109 GUERINI Giuseppe ITA TEL 00' 33"
110 PADRNOS Pavel CZE USP 00' 33"
111 GARMENDIA Aitor ESP TBI 00' 33"
112 ZABEL Erik GER TEL 00' 34"
113 DA CRUZ Carlos FRA FDJ 00' 34"
114 PRADERA Mikel ESP ONE 00' 34"
115 GARCIA ACOSTA Vicente ESP BAN 00' 34"
116 LANDIS Floyd USA USP 00' 34"
117 TOTSCHNIG Georg AUT GST 00' 34"
117 CASPER Jimmy FRA FDJ 00' 34"
119 GUIDI Fabrizio ITA TBI 00' 34"
120 NARDELLO Daniele ITA TEL 00' 35"
121 ANDRIOTTO Dario ITA CAL 00' 35"
121 COMMESSO Salvatore ITA SAE 00' 35"
123 VIRENQUE Richard FRA QSD 00' 35"
124 PINEAU Jérôme FRA BLB 00' 35"
125 PETACCHI Alessandro ITA FAS 00' 35"
126 BOTCHAROV Alexandre RUS A2R 00' 36"
127 CAUCCHIOLI Pietro ITA ALS 00' 36"
127 BENETEAU Walter FRA BLB 00' 36"
129 SACCHI Fabio ITA SAE 00' 36"
130 MILESI Marco ITA CAL 00' 36"
131 HARY Maryan FRA BLB 00' 36"
132 PAOLINI Luca ITA QSD 00' 36"
133 MONCOUTIE David FRA COF 00' 37"
134 AZEVEDO José POR ONE 00' 37"
135 MOREAU Christophe FRA C.A 00' 37"
136 BOSSONI Paolo ITA CAL 00' 37"
137 GARZELLI Stefano ITA CAL 00' 37"
138 PORTAL Nicolas FRA A2R 00' 37"
139 RENIER Franck FRA BLB 00' 38"
140 LATASA David ESP KEL 00' 38"
141 GARCIA CASAS Félix ESP TBI 00' 38"
142 BALDATO Fabio ITA ALS 00' 38"
143 WILSON Matthew AUS FDJ 00' 38"
144 MOERENHOUT Koos NED LOT 00' 38"
145 PARRA Ivan COL KEL 00' 38"
146 GUTIERREZ Ignacio ESP KEL 00' 38"
147 PELLIZOTTI Franco ITA ALS 00' 38"
148 TURPIN Ludovic FRA A2R 00' 39"
149 BLAUDZUN Michaël DEN CSC 00' 39"
150 ETXEBARRIA David ESP EUS 00' 39"
151 LANDALUZE Inigo ESP EUS 00' 39"
152 LOPEZ MUNAIN Alberto ESP EUS 00' 39"
153 BÖLTS Udo GER GST 00' 39"
154 KESSLER Matthias GER TEL 00' 39"
155 DI LUCA Danilo ITA SAE 00' 39"
156 BRAMATI Davide ITA QSD 00' 40"
157 MONTGOMERY Sven SUI FAS 00' 40"
158 SERRANO Marcos ESP ONE 00' 40"
159 MUNOZ David ESP KEL 00' 40"
160 LODA Nicola ITA FAS 00' 40"
161 LAISEKA Roberto ESP EUS 00' 40"
162 ALDAG Rolf GER TEL 00' 41"
163 HAUPTMAN Andrej SLO CAL 00' 41"
164 POILVET Benoit FRA C.A 00' 41"
165 LUDEWIG Jorg GER SAE 00' 41"
166 BAGUET Serge BEL LOT 00' 41"
167 ZAMPIERI Steve SUI CAL 00' 41"
168 LOTZ Marc NED RAB 00' 42"
168 AERTS Mario BEL TEL 00' 42"
170 FURLAN Angelo ITA ALS 00' 42"
171 PIIL Jakob DEN CSC 00' 42"
172 MERCKX Axel BEL LOT 00' 43"
173 LÜTTENBERGER Peter AUT CSC 00' 43"
174 ZANINI Stefano ITA SAE 00' 43"
175 BELTRAN Manuel ESP USP 00' 45"
176 BOURQUENOUD Pierre SUI DEL 00' 45"
177 NOE Andrea ITA ALS 00' 45"
178 USANO Julian ESP KEL 00' 46"
179 HINAULT Sébastien FRA C.A 00' 46"
180 NAZON Damien FRA BLB 00' 46"
181 GOUBERT Stephane FRA DEL 00' 46"
182 ARTETXE Mikel ESP EUS 00' 47"
183 VASSEUR Cédric FRA COF 00' 47"
184 CUESTA Inigo ESP COF 00' 48"
185 BRANDT Christophe BEL LOT 00' 48"
186 DUMOULIN Samuel FRA DEL 00' 49"
187 GESLIN Anthony FRA BLB 00' 49"
188 FORNACIARI Paolo ITA SAE 00' 50"
189 GLOMSER Gerrit AUT SAE 00' 50"
190 FERRARA Raffaele ITA ALS 00' 51"
191 JEGOU Lilian FRA C.A 00' 51"
192 VOECKLER Thomas FRA BLB 00' 52"
193 DE CLERCQ Hans BEL LOT 00' 55"
194 CLAIN Médéric FRA COF 00' 57"
195 PEREZ Luis ESP COF 00' 57"
196 AUGE Stéphane FRA C.A 01' 03"
197 GATES Nick AUS LOT 01' 04"
198 BERTOLINI Alessandro ITA ALS 01' 06"

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