venerdì 30 gennaio 2015

Mallorca Challenge - Trofeo Andratx-Mirador d'es Colomer: Cummings Solo

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A break including Andre Greipel had tried to stay away in this hilly day 2 of the Challenge, Van Zyl was the last one to be caught.
A new front group formed and from there Cummings attacked solo, and solo he won.
View this content on esciclismo's websiteBravo!
Another good day for Italian cycling, with Davide Formolo 3rd.
Trek Factory Racing Bauke Mollema is just down the podium, not bad at all!
Nice day for Team Sky that put three men in the top ten plus Vasil Kiryenka 12th.

Steve Cummings:
“I’m really happy with today’s victory. I knew I had done a lot of good work over the winter so I’d like to thank the team for the amazing work they did and chance they gave me to focus on today’s race. I was able to come back to the front right near the end and snatch the victory, so I’m really happy with the result.” 

Jens Zemke:
“It was a great ride by Johann after attacking in the first 5km, staying clear all race and only getting caught in the final kilometers. Then Jacques went and put in a great move right at the end and this set up Steve perfectly. It is a brilliant result for us especially after yesterday’s misfortune, so we are really happy.”

Bauke Mollema:

"That was some high speed racing today! Very happy with the good teamwork of @TrekFactory! A pity to miss the podium, but the season is long!"

1 Stephen Cummings (GBr) MTN-Qhubeka  
2 Alejandro Valverde (Spa) Movistar  
3 Davide Formolo (Ita) Cannondale-Garmin  
4 Bauke Mollema (Ned) Trek Factory Racing  
5 Leopold König (Cze) Team Sky  
6 Beñat Intxausti (Spa) Movistar  
7 Kanstantsin Siutsou (Blr) Team Sky  
8 Giovanni Visconti (Ita) Movistar Team  
9 Ian Boswell (USA) Team Sky  
10 Tim Wellens (Bel) Lotto Soudal
11 Marc Demaar
12 Vasil Kyrienka
13 Davide Rebellin
14 Frank Schleck
15 Jaques Van Rensburg

I'm Riding In The Rain... Commuter's Adventures

From last night
It was snowing last afternoon, do you remember? then it started raining VERY much, TOO much. I ate my lunch thinking: "Ok, if it stops I go by bike if not I go by car". I was supposed to be at school at 2.30 pm for a grading meeting. At 2 pm it was still pourring, even more if possible. I went to my car and... it didn't start! nothing! totally dead!
I'm a rational person, I don't panic. Can you imagine me in my dark green Kangoo, both wet, in the pourring rain, me thinking - a bit like Winnie the Pooh... well... QUICKER.... - about a solution? I was already late. I phoned my mom: my dad was coming back from a ski trip on the Alps, maybe he was already at home and could give me a lift to school. But no. 
No options: I had to ride. 
Riding in the rain is something I normally do, no drama. I even like it... when I can go home and have a hot shower after it. I don't like it at all when I have to stay wet. In add it's a little risky: roads aren't safe in Florence and car drivers can't see you well in the rain, even the few who care. 
I came back home, put on my helmet, filled a bike backpack with my stuff and rode away in the deluge. I must admit I was feeling good: no cold, quite sure on the slippery tarmac, confortable. Only the rain on my face wasn't exacly nice and I could see few so I was riding prudently. The bright side of the situation was that there was no traffic at all: cars had stopped beside the road, there were no pedestrians crossing the steet and absolutely no cyclists. The few cars passing me - and a bus - made me even wetter but at that point it didn't matter. Fortunately it wasn't windy.
I reached my school, took the time to lock my bike... I couldn't get any wetter... entered the meeting room, with my collegues already working and apologised: "I'm sorry, my car didn't start". Everybody stared at me in disbelieve: "Did you come by bike? in this rain?" I felt proud. Then realised it has been nothing special... and that the worse part of it has still to come. My shoes and trousers were soacked, the rest quite dry. I started and joined the meeting.
Four hours later it was still raining. In add it was dark. Resigned I unlocked my bike and rode home. It was a quite night. The bikelane was almost flooded and dirty, I thought it was safer to stay on the road, that by the river is all stright, and I was just there when... a blackout put all the street lamps out of order! It was already hard to see something because of the rain, it was really dangerous riding in that full night...
But it was amazing and beautiful when I come out to the bridge and saw all the lights on by the other side and the hill of Fiesole confused in the rain. 
At home there was a lovely surprise...

Mallorca Challenge - Trofeo Santanyi-Ses Salines-Campos: A Good Start for Italian Cycling

Elia Viviani has told me in Mallorca that a new generation of Italian high level riders is ready and racing. He's part of it. But he isn't alone. Matteo Pelucchi took a superb victory yesterday, Viviani sprinted to second, not happy but no doubt great. They put their wheels in front of guys like Bouhanni, Van Poppel, Greipel, Coquard... I mean, it's a small race but names are quite big there.
Ben Swift was 7th, a very good result for him who worked for Viviani in that terrific train.
I'm glad to see Danny Van Poppel in the top 5. Trek Factory Racing did a good job, fighting in front with the best teams and DS Adriano Baffi is right to be proud.
Unfortunately a crash involved some riders and Qhubeka Andy Stauff went to the hospital with a fractured collabone: NOT the best way to start the season.

IAM DS Rubens Bertogliati:
"Everyone had to work for Matteo. And we saw the results; I think the instructions were followed to perfection.  The race took place on a circuit that was covered three times.  In the final round, there were gaps in the pack and I think that helped us to position Matteo. It is ‘easier’ to fight for the win when there are 100 riders instead of 180. Then the team did a great job to get Matteo in the best possible position just before the bend 500 meters from the line.”

Matteo Pelucchi:
“The other teams tried to break the pack up but we were vigilant and were always well placed in the front. I really must thank the team because they had complete confidence in me.  Today is a victory for the whole team, not only a victory for me."

Elia Viviani: 
“The team made a perfect lead-out. I’m sorry for everyone I couldn’t finish it off. Pelucchi came from behind and he started the sprint just before me. Once he had jumped I just didn’t have the speed to pull him back before the line.
We’re happy because it was the first lead-out we’ve done together. We had a good feeling with Andy Fenn and Bernie (Eisel), and before that with Danny Pate, (Ian) Boswell and Xabi (Zandio). Now we’re already thinking about Sunday. We’ll take the positives from what we did today and I think next week in Dubai, if we have this feeling now after one race, we can improve and make the best lead-out in the group. I’m looking forward to it.”

Team Qhubeka Doctor Jarrad van Zuydam:
“I can confirm that x-rays have revealed Andy to have sustained a fracture to his right clavicle in the crash today. He will be flying back to Cologne tomorrow morning where he will undergo surgery to fix the fracture. He has no other serious injuries.”

1 Matteo Pelucchi (Ita) IAM Cycling 4:17:55  
2 Elia Viviani (Ita) Team Sky   
3 Jose Joaquin Rojas (Spa) Movistar Team  
4 Nacer Bounhanni (Fra) Cofidis, Solutions Credits  
5 Danny Van Poppel (Ned) Trek Factory Racing  
6 Raymond Kreder (Ned) Team Roompot  
7 Ben Swift (Gbr) Team Sky  
8 André Greipel (Ger) Lotto Soudal  
9 Bryan Coquard (Fra) Team Europcar  
10 Sam Bennett (Irl) Bora-Argon 18  
11 Lukas Jaun (Swi) Roth Skoda  
12 Dylan Page (Swi) Roth Skoda  
13 Pawel Franczak (Pol) Activejet Team  
14 Dylan Vanbaarie (Ned) Cannondale-Garmin Pro Cycling Team  
15 Francesco Lasca (Ita) Caja Rural-Seguros Rga  
16 Maciej Paterski (Pol) CCC Sprandi Polkowice  
17 Phil Bauhaus (Ger) Bora-Argon 18  
18 Jesus Ezquerra (Spa) Activejet Team  
19 Edvald Boasson Hagen (Nor) MTN - Qhubeka  
20 Jesper Asselman (Ned) Team Roompot  
21 José Gonçalves (Por) Caja Rural-Seguros Rga  
22 Russell Downing (Gbr) Cult Energy Pro Cycling  
23 Mads Pedersen (Den) Cult Energy Pro Cycling  
24 Loic Chetout (Fra) Cofidis, Solutions Credit  
25 Michael Bresciani (Ita) Roth Skoda  
26 Henrik S. Haugen (Nor) Team Froy Oslo  
27 Eduard Prades Reverte (Spa) Caja Rural-Seguros Rga  
28 Jon Ander Insausti (Spa) Murias Taldea  
29 Egoitz Garcia (Spa) Murias Taldea  
30 Theo Bos (Ned) MTN - Qhubeka  
31 Eneko Lizarralde (Spa) Murias Taldea  
32 Mattew Gibson (Gbr) Great Britain  
33 Luis Mas (Spa) Caja Rural-Seguros Rga  
34 Jaroslaw Marycz (Pol) CCC Sprandi Polkowice  
35 Francisco Venstoso (Spa) Movistar Team  
36 Fabian Wegmann (Ger) Cult Energy Pro Cycling  
37 Viktor Manakov (Rus) Russia  
38 Stefen Sumacher (Ger) CCC Sprandi Polkowice  
39 Kristijan Koren (Slo) Cannondale-Garmin Pro Cycling Team 0:00:06  
40 Alejandro Valverde Belmonte (Spa) Movistar Team  
41 Sebastian Langeveld (Ned) Cannondale-Garmin Pro Cycling Team  
42 Oliver Wood (Gbr) Great Britain  
43 Sebastian Mascaro (Spa) Burgos Bh  
44 Andrew Tennant (Gbr) Great Britain  
45 Aleksejs Saramotins (Lat) IAM Cycling  
46 Simon Pellaud (Swi) IAM Cycling  
47 Ruben Zepuntke (Ger) Cannondale-Garmin Pro Cycling Team  
48 Fabio Silvestre (Por) Trek Factory Racing  
49 Jurgen Roelandts (Bel) Lotto Soudal  
50 Zakkari Dempster (Aus) Bora-Argon 18 0:00:12  
51 Andrew Fenn (Gbr) Team Sky 0:00:13  
52 Daniel Schorn (Aut) Bora-Argon 18 0:00:14  
53 Aritz Bagues (Spa) Murias Taldea 0:00:16  
54 Imanol Erviti Ollo (Spa) Movistar Team  
55 Pawel Bernas (Pol) Activejet Team  
56 Lukasz Bodnar (Pol) Activejet Team  
57 Kamil Gradek (Pol) Activejet Team  
58 Mario Gonzalez (Spa) Activejet Team  
59 Ralf Marzka (Ger) Bora-Argon 18  
60 Michael Carbel Svendgaard (Den) Cult Energy Pro Cycling  
61 Danny Pate (USA) Team Sky  
62 Ahistrand Jonas (Swe) Cofidis, Solutions Credits  
63 Yannick Martinez (Fra) Team Europcar  
64 Christian Knees (Ger) Team Sky  
65 Dennis Vanendert (Bel) Lotto Soudal  
66 Reinier Honig (Ned) Team Roompot  
67 Tristan Marguet (Swi) Roth Skoda  
68 Sjoerd Van Ginneken (Ned) Team Roompot  
69 Jay Thomson (RSa) MTN - Qhubeka  
70 Kristian Sbaragli (Ita) MTN - Qhubeka 0:00:24  
71 Jens Debusschere (Bel) Lotto Soudal  
72 Marcel Sieberg (Ger) Lotto Soudal  
73 Shane Archbold (NZL) Bora-Argon 18  
74 Dominique Rollin (Can) Cofidis, Solutions Credits  
75 Tony Hurel (Fra) Team Europcar  
76 Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg (RSa) MTN - Qhubeka 0:00:27  
77 Yaroslav Popovych (Ukr) Trek Factory Racing 0:00:29  
78 Bernhard Eisel (Aut) Team Sky 0:00:33  
79 Steve Chainel (Fra) Cofidis, Solutions Credits  
80 Fabian Cancellara (Swi) Trek Factory Racing 0:00:39  
81 Sondre Holst Enger (Nor) IAM Cycling 0:00:43  
82 Huub Duyn (Ned) Team Roompot 0:00:50  
83 Marc De Maar (Ned) Team Roompot (Ned) Team Roompot  
84 Markel Irizar Aranburu (Spa) Trek Factory Racing  
85 Sergio Pardilla (Spa) Caja Rural-Seguros Rga  
86 Jonathan Dibben (Gbr) Great Britain 0:00:53  
87 Stig Broeckx (Bel) Lotto Soudal 0:00:55  
88 Tiesj Benoot (Bel) Lotto Soudal  
89 Grégory Rast (Swi) Trek Factory Racing 0:00:57  
90 Damien Garcia (Fra) Team Froy Oslo 0:01:00  
91 Scott Thwaites (Gbr) Bora-Argon 18 0:01:17  
92 Xabier Zandio Echaide (Spa) Team Sky 0:01:30  
93 Jon Izaguirre Insausti (Spa) Movistar Team  
94 Maurits Lammertink (Ned) Team Roompot  
95 Jonathan Castroviejo Nicolas (Spa) Movistar Team  
96 Bart De Clerq (Bel) Lotto Soudal  
97 Vincent Jerome (Fra) Team Europcar  
98 Julien Simon (Fra) Cofidis, Solutions Credits  
99 Bauke Mollema (Ned) Trek Factory Racing 0:02:06  
100 Michael Reihs (Den) Cult Energy Pro Cycling  
101 Julien Morice (Fra) Team Europcar 0:02:09  
102 Martin Mortensen (Den) Cult Energy Pro Cycling 0:02:37  
103 Ian Boswell (USA) Team Sky  
104 Andreas Schillinger (Ger) Bora-Argon 18  
105 Pirmin Lang (Swi) IAM Cycling 0:03:14  
106 Berden De Vries (Ned) Team Roompot  
107 Alex Kirsch (Lux) Cult Energy Pro Cycling 0:03:24  
108 Linus Gerdemann (Ger) Cult Energy Pro Cycling  
109 Tomasz Kiendys (Pol) CCC Sprandi Polkowice 0:03:31  
110 Juan Carlos Riutort (Spa) Burgos Bh  
111 Asier Maeztu (Spa) Spain  
112 Alberto Bettiol (Ita) Cannondale-Garmin Pro Cycling Team  
113 Gianluca Ocanha (Swi) Roth Skoda  
114 Konrad Dobkowski (Pol) Activejet Team  
115 Oddli Anders (Nor) Team Froy Oslo  
116 Henrik Evensen (Nor) Team Froy Oslo  
117 Youcef Reguigui (Alg) MTN - Qhubeka  
118 Mickiewicz Tomasz (Pol) Activejet Team  
119 Christian Delle Stelle (Ita) CCC Sprandi Polkowice  
120 Grega Bole (Slo) CCC Sprandi Polkowice  
121 Nikolay Mihaylov (Bul) CCC Sprandi Polkowice  
122 Matej Mohoric (Slo) Cannondale-Garmin Pro Cycling Team  
123 Alan Marangoni (Ita) Cannondale-Garmin Pro Cycling Team  
124 Rory Sutherland (Aus) Movistar Team  
125 Julio A. Amores (Spa) Spain  
126 Antonio Molina (Spa) Caja Rural-Seguros Rga  
127 Kirill Pozdnykov (Rus) Russia  
128 Giovanni Visconti (Ita) Movistar Team  
129 Artur Ershov (Rus) Russia  
130 Christopher Latham (Gbr) Great Britain  
131 Thomas Degand (Bel) IAM Cycling  
132 Owain Doull (Gbr) Great Britain  
133 Edward Clancy (Gbr) Great Britain  
134 Vicente Pastor (Spa) Spain  
135 Mark Christian (Gbr) Great Britain  
136 Ibai Salas (Spa) Burgos Bh  
137 Eloy Teruel (Spa) Spain  
138 Imanol Estevez (Spa) Murias Taldea  
139 Grzegorz Stepniak (Pol) CCC Sprandi Polkowice  
140 Heiner Parra (Col) Caja Rural-Seguros Rga  
141 Victor Martin (Spa) Burgos Bh  
142 Illart Zuazubiskar (Spa) Spain  
143 Alexander Serov (Rus) Russia  
144 Alexei Kurbatov (Rus) Russia  
145 Patrick Schelling (Swi) IAM Cycling  
146 David Belda (Spa) Burgos Bh  
147 Nicolas Edet (Fra) Cofidis, Solutions Credits  
148 Alvaro Robredo (Spa) Burgos Bh  
149 Mathias Frank (Swi) IAM Cycling  
150 Daniel Martin (Irl) Cannondale-Garmin Pro Cycling Team  
151 Hugh Carthy (Gbr) Caja Rural-Seguros Rga  
152 Dario Hernandez (Spa) Burgos Bh  
153 Louis Verhelst (Bel) Cofidis, Solutions Credits  
154 Alexander Eutushenko (Rus) Russia  
155 Sebastian Mora (Spa) Spain  
156 Beñat Txoperena (Spa) Murias Taldea  
157 Marcos Jurado (Spa) Spain  
158 Garikoitz Bravo (Spa) Murias Taldea  
159 Albert Torres (Spa) Spain  
160 Morgan Lamoisson (Fra) Team Europcar 0:05:22  
161 Thomas Boudat (Fra) Team Europcar  
162 Silvan Dieterich (Swi) Roth Skoda 0:06:53  
163 Anders Norderhus (Nor) Team Froy Oslo 0:06:54  
164 Ricardo T. Creel (USA) Roth Skoda  
165 Halvor Tandrevold (Nor) Team Froy Oslo  
166 Unai Intziarte (Spa) Murias Taldea  
167 Evgeny Kovalev (Rus) Russia  
168 Nikolai Tedre (Nor) Team Froy Oslo  
169 Alessio Bottura (Ita) Roth Skoda

giovedì 29 gennaio 2015

BRRRRRRRR!!!! About Florence, CX in Tabor, Challenge Mallorca, Andy Schleck and me (freezing)

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Snow in Tabor
Pff!! it's raining again!! Icy cold rain, compact gray sky. It was snowing in Florence few minutes ago but now it's just rain. The most annoying weather!! And it's so cold... I often think of my too short time in Mallorca, the golden morning I left behind heading to the airport, the beautiful sea... And in spite it was colder than usual, it was definitely better than here.
We had a glorious sun in the last days, that's true. But it still was very very cold. 
It's snowing in Tabor, where the Cyclocross World Championships will be hold in the week end. "Racing on the fresh snow would be fun" Angus Edmond said me yesterday "But it gets paked down and becomes icy." Lots of crashes expected... "It could snow during the race" I was. "BRRRRRR!".
Angus still has to update his blog about his Christmas races but a post by his mechanic there makes a great reading, have a look!
I'm looking forward to watch but honestly I don't feel like to go. I'd rather go to watch the Challenge Mallorca, starting today with a sprinters' finish. They have to climb a bit before so... it could suits Ben Swif. 
I'd rather go anywhere WARM. Dudes I'm freezing. I see this bad weather is going to last and it isn't good news. A good news is the last tweet by Andy Schleck, alive it seems and visiting Trek in the USA: "Very nice to be back @TrekBikes in Waterloo WI thanks to everyone here for the great help" he wrote. A new role by Trek? it would be great. Waiting for more.
As far as me... I have to leave in one hour and if it keeps raining I have to go by car. BRRRRRRRR!

mercoledì 28 gennaio 2015

In Short: Interview with Romain Bardet

There is an interview here.

In short:

1. GP Cycliste La Marseillaise: "I’m impatient to start the season. I have been training hard for three months and now I want to race. I have been a professional for four years and I always begin with this race. It’s the opening of the season in France and we always have good time there. It’s the first meeting of the teams, the course is not too long (140 km), the race is often lively even though it often ends with a sprint between 30 riders. We have fun in this race. Our team will be attacking, with the rookies."

2. Peparation: "I kept what worked in the past. My form is good for January. I have no health problems and everything is alright. My first goal will be Paris-Nice (8-15 of march) and then Tour de Catalogne (23-29 of march, where he finished in the 4th place last year)."

3. Goals: "I always want more. I want to confirm 2014 both in quality and quantity. I want to progress but I know that my progression may be less spectacular than last year. I want to take a step forward in stage races and improve my ranking in Classics. Tour de Catalogne is a first important goal. I dream of Liege Bastogne Liège … and, of course, I want to do my best in the Tour de France."

martedì 27 gennaio 2015

In Short: Interview with Andy Fenn

Majorca Training Camp 2015
There is an interview here.

In short:

1. OPQS, no Victoriesbig lesson"I did lose confidence a bit at Quick Step, but it wasn’t all bad. I learned an awful lot there, especially from the likes of Mark Cavendish. Working in the sprint train for him I could see that I still have plenty of speed, I'm putting out the watts that you need to be competitive in the sprints, so I know that ability is still there. It's just a case of getting some confidence back."

2. Aiming to the Classics: "I'd like to make a place for myself in the Classics team and find my niche there – that's certainly what they're aiming me towards. If I were select one objective for the year it would be to become an integral part of Sky's Classics group. That's my main goal, especially for the first part of the season, and then the sprinting will come off the back of that."

3. Sky New Sprint Group: "There's a good little sprint group now at Sky, and that's another thing that Sky are going to try to push. With the strong push for the Classics, that's two new things that Sky are going to do and I'm in line to be part of both of them, and it's good to be part of something that's new like that. Obviously Team Sky is a grand tour team, that's their main focus, but the Classics and winning stages in stage races is where they are missing victories. If you compare their number of wins with Quick Step's, for instance, then there's a big difference. I think they've realised that if you get a few sprinters on board, it can help."

4. Improving As a Sprinter: "I definitely think I can still make my mark as a sprinter. I led out a few times last year, and that gave me some more insight into what it takes to be competitive as a sprinter. Although the few times I sprinted my results weren't all that impressive, but I know from training what I can put out numbers-wise, and that gives me a good reference point now."

5. Schedule: Majorca Challenge, Tour of Dubai, Het Nieuwsblad and Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne.

lunedì 26 gennaio 2015

Tour de San Luis: A Win by Mark Cavendish (and more)

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Mark Cavendish scores one win, exactly like Marcel Kittel. But no UCI point, unlike him. 
It's interesting to read his comment: it's still early, the first race of the year, no panic, Gaviria IS fast, he comes from the track and IS a serious opponent BUT Tour of San Luis is JUST TRAINING.
Indead. Poor coverage, poor organisation, complaints about intimidating behaviour by local riders and no sanctions by local officials... I don't get why some World Tour team - not ALL teams - go there. and every year I wonder why local riders beat World Tour riders on a regular basis. But none start a career in the World Tour.
Mark Cavendish explains: "You can't replicate this kind of preparation at any kind of a training camp." Ok. Do you come to GP Costa degli Etruschi too?

Mark Cavendish:
"The team was really motivated today after several close calls. I was 2nd in two sprints, and Michal Kwiatkowski was 2nd in the time trial. So we wanted to close Tour de San Luis with a win because we rode really well together as a team all week. We wanted to get something from it and we did. We worked hard at this race I'm thrilled to leave Argentina with a victory.
We rode a tactically smart race. When the break went, Michal Golas went with it. But eventually the teams who didn't have riders in the break chased it down. We didn't have to pull earlier because he was in the break, so we were all fresh for the final. With 4 kilometers to go Guillaume Van Keirsbulck took it up. Other teams came close, but then Lukasz Wisniowski took over the leadout. He took it into the last corner. Lampre-Merida took over from there, but then Michal Kwiatkowski went fast with just under a kilometer to go. Fabio Sabatini was the last guy and he led me out starting at 600 meters to go. At 300 meters to go I went. We knew we could go long, as we did recon of the finish prior to the race. It's slightly downhill. So with the long distance acceleration of a guy like Gaviria and that kind of a finish, it's important to anticipate his sprint and do the job before he does. We did that, and I'm super and happy and proud we could come away with a win here. It's important, not just for myself, but for the whole team, to get a good feeling started here. This is important race experience that we will use to build for our season. You can't replicate this kind of preparation at any kind of a training camp. You need to have other riders around you to really work on your leadout. Tour de San Luis in January is a perfect way to do that. A win is the best way to show you are building for the rest of your season."

Stage 1 - San Luis › Villa Mercedes GAVIRIA Fernando GC: GAVIRIA Fernando 186.8
Stage 2 - La Punta › Mirador de Potrero DIAZ Daniel  GC DIAZ Daniel 185.3
Stage 3 - Concarán › Juana Koslay GAVIRIA Fernando GC DIAZ Daniel 176.3
Stage 4 - Villa Dolores › Alto El Amago DIAZ Daniel GC DIAZ Daniel 142.5
Stage 5 (ITT) - San Luis › San Luis MALORI Adriano GC DIAZ Daniel 17.4
Stage 6 - Achiras › Filo Sierras Comechingones RAMOS Kleber GC DIAZ Daniel 117.5
Stage 7 - San Luis › San Luis CAVENDISH Mark 122.4
General Classification DIAZ Daniel
Mountains TORRES Rodolfo Andres
Youth CONTRERAS Rodrigo
Team Team Colombia