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Milano-Sanremo 2014: ordine d’arrivo completo

Ordine d’arrivo completo (guarda il filmato della volata sul sito di Raisport ultimo km Milano Sanremo 2014 oppure sul sito di Gazzetta.it Volata finale Milano Sanremo 2014 )

Pos Nome                  Naz. Team Età* Tempo/ditacco
1 Alexander KRISTOFF NOR KAT 27 6:55:56
2 Fabian CANCELLARA SUI TFR 33 +0
3 Ben SWIFT GBR SKY 27 +0
4 Juan Jose LOBATO DEL VALLE ESP MOV 26 +0
5 Mark CAVENDISH GBR OPQ 29 +0
6 Sonny COLBRELLI ITA BAR 24 +0
7 Zdenek STYBAR CZE OPQ 29 +0
8 Sacha MODOLO ITA LAM 27 +0
9 Gerald CIOLEK GER MTN 28 +0
10 Peter SAGAN SVK CAN 24 +0
11 Ramunas NAVARDAUSKAS LTU GRS 26 +0
12 Salvatore PUCCIO ITA SKY 25 +0
13 Philippe GILBERT BEL BMC 32 +0
14 Sebastian LANGEVELD NED GRS 29 +0
15 Lars Petter NORDHAUG NOR BEL 30 +0
16 Yoann OFFREDO FRA FDJ 28 +0
17 Francisco José VENTOSO ALBERDI ESP MOV 32 +0
18 Daniele BENNATI ITA TCS 34 +0
19 Grégory RAST SUI TFR 34 +0
20 Fabio FELLINE ITA TFR 24 +0
21 Sylvain CHAVANEL FRA IAM 35 +0
22 Davide CIMOLAI ITA LAM 25 +0
23 Jurgen ROELANDTS BEL LTB 29 +0
24 André GREIPEL GER LTB 32 +0
25 Greg VAN AVERMAET BEL BMC 29 +0
26 Alexandre PICHOT FRA EUC 31 +6
27 Fabian WEGMANN GER GRS 34 +7
28 Davide APPOLLONIO ITA ALM 25 +34
29 Edvald BOASSON HAGEN NOR SKY 27 +34
30 Filippo POZZATO ITA LAM 33 +40
31 Thomas LEEZER NED BEL 29 +54
32 Nicki SÖRENSEN DEN TCS 39 +54
33 Luca PAOLINI ITA KAT 37 +1:12
34 Arnaud DEMARE FRA FDJ 23 +1:22
35 Tony GALLOPIN FRA LTB 26 +1:22
36 Mauro FINETTO ITA NRI 29 +1:22
37 Bauke MOLLEMA NED BEL 28 +1:33
38 Martijn MAASKANT NED UHC 31 +1:35
39 John DEGENKOLB GER GIA 25 +1:54
40 Lloyd MONDORY FRA ALM 32 +2:09
41 Maarten TJALLINGII NED BEL 37 +2:38
42 Adam HANSEN AUS LTB 33 +2:38
43 Enrico BATTAGLIN ITA BAR 25 +3:14
44 Vincenzo NIBALI ITA AST 30 +3:15
45 Jan BAKELANTS BEL OPQ 28 +3:15
46 Oscar GATTO ITA CAN 29 +3:15
47 Rinaldo NOCENTINI ITA ALM 37 +3:22
48 Manuel QUINZIATO ITA BMC 35 +3:36
49 Daryl IMPEY RSA OGE 30 +3:50
50 Kristian SBARAGLI ITA MTN 24 +4:10
51 Andriy GRIVKO UKR AST 31 +4:10
52 Yaroslav POPOVYCH UKR TFR 34 +5:08
53 Marc DEMAAR NED UHC 30 +5:08
54 Simon GESCHKE GER GIA 28 +5:08
55 Jack BAUER NZL GRS 29 +5:23
56 Thor HUSHOVD NOR BMC 36 +5:29
57 Robert FöRSTER GER UHC 36 +5:29
58 Dayer Uberney QUINTANA ROJAS COL MOV 22 +5:29
59 Francesco CHICCHI ITA NRI 34 +5:29
60 Mickael DELAGE FRA FDJ 29 +5:34
61 Marco MARCATO ITA CAN 30 +6:03
62 Alessandro DE MARCHI ITA CAN 28 +6:06
63 Franco PELLIZOTTI ITA AND 36 +6:20
64 Manuel BELLETTI ITA AND 29 +6:23
65 Bernhard EISEL AUT SKY 33 +6:23
66 Diego ROSA ITA AND 25 +6:23
67 Cesare BENEDETTI ITA TNE 27 +6:23
68 Heinrich HAUSSLER AUS IAM 30 +6:23
69 Nikolay TRUSOV RUS TCS 29 +6:23
70 Hayden ROULSTON NZL TFR 33 +6:23
71 Nicolas ROCHE IRL TCS 30 +6:23
72 Sébastien HINAULT FRA IAM 40 +7:49
73 Reinardt JANSE VAN RENSBURG RSA GIA 25 +7:49
74 Borut BOZIC SLO AST 34 +7:51
75 Aliaksandr KUCHYNSKI BLR KAT 35 +10:04
76 Pavel BRUTT RUS KAT 32 +10:04
77 Kiel REIJNEN USA UHC 28 +10:04
78 Michael MATTHEWS AUS OGE 24 +10:04
79 Klaas LODEWYCK BEL BMC 26 +10:04
80 Koen DE KORT NED GIA 32 +10:04
81 Robert WAGNER GER BEL 31 +10:04
82 Johan LE BON FRA FDJ 24 +10:04
83 Maximiliano Ariel RICHEZE ARG LAM 31 +10:04
84 Jos VAN EMDEN NED BEL 29 +10:04
85 Matthieu LADAGNOUS FRA FDJ 30 +10:04
86 Dries DEVENYNS BEL GIA 31 +10:04
87 Bob JUNGELS LUX TFR 22 +10:04
88 Jaco VENTER RSA MTN 27 +10:04
89 Svein TUFT CAN OGE 37 +10:04
90 Roy CURVERS NED GIA 35 +11:42
91 Jan BARTA CZE TNE 30 +11:42
92 Marcel SIEBERG GER LTB 32 +11:42
93 Roger KLUGE GER IAM 28 +11:42
94 Luke DURBRIDGE AUS OGE 23 +11:42
95 Yukiya ARASHIRO JPN EUC 30 +11:42
96 Alessandro BAZZANA ITA UHC 30 +11:42
97 Marco COLEDAN ITA BAR 26 +11:42
98 Johan VAN SUMMEREN BEL GRS 33 +11:42
99 Karsten KROON NED TCS 38 +11:42
100 Simon CLARKE AUS OGE 28 +11:42
101 David BOUCHER FRA FDJ 34 +14:33
102 Bartosz HUZARSKI POL TNE 34 +14:33
103 Sylvester SZMYD POL MOV 36 +14:33
104 Merhawi KUDUS GHEBREMEDHIN ERI MTN 20 +14:33
105 Tom Jelte SLAGTER NED GRS 25 +17:59
106 Kenny Robert VAN HUMMEL NED AND 32 +17:59
107 Christopher JUUL JENSEN DEN TCS 25 +17:59
108 Rick FLENS NED BEL 31 +17:59
109 Christopher JONES USA UHC 35 +17:59
110 Rafael ANDRIATO BRA NRI 27 +17:59
111 Laurent DIDIER LUX TFR 30 +17:59
112 Guillaume BONNAFOND FRA ALM 27 +17:59
113 Eugenio ALAFACI ITA TFR 24 +17:59
114 Hugo HOULE CAN ALM 24 +17:59


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Vuelta 2013: a Cancellara la crono, Nibali ritorna in maglia rossa

ordine d’arrivo 11 tappa

Pos. Nome Dor. Equ. Tempo
1. CANCELLARA, Fabian 181 RADIOSHACK LEOPARD 51′ 00”
2. MARTIN, Tony 161 OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP CYCLING TEAM 51′ 37” + 37”
3. POZZOVIVO, Domenico 11 AG2R LA MONDIALE 52′ 24” + 1′ 24”
4. NIBALI, Vincenzo 31 ASTANA PRO TEAM 52′ 25” + 1′ 25”
5. CATALDO, Dario 193 SKY PROCYCLING 52′ 41” + 1′ 41”
6. ROCHE, Nicolas 205 TEAM SAXO-TINKOFF 52′ 48” + 1′ 48”
7. VALVERDE, Alejandro 1 MOVISTAR TEAM 52′ 52” + 1′ 52”
8. COPPEL, Jerome 81 COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CRÉDITS 52′ 52” + 1′ 52”
9. BRAJKOVIC, Janez 32 ASTANA PRO TEAM 52′ 53” + 1′ 53”
10. SÁNCHEZ, Samuel 91 EUSKALTEL EUSKADI 53′ 13” + 2′ 13”
11. KONIG, Leopold 151 TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA 53′ 18” + 2′ 18”
12. CLEMENT, Stef 44 BELKIN-PRO CYCLING TEAM 53′ 24” + 2′ 24”
13. SÁNCHEZ, Luis León 46 BELKIN-PRO CYCLING TEAM 53′ 25” + 2′ 25”
14. KANGERT, Tanel 36 ASTANA PRO TEAM 53′ 31” + 2′ 31”
15. PINOT, Thibaut 101 FDJ.FR 53′ 32” + 2′ 32”
16. MAJKA, Rafal 202 TEAM SAXO-TINKOFF 53′ 38” + 2′ 38”
17. URAN, Rigoberto 198 SKY PROCYCLING 53′ 42” + 2′ 42”
18. BASSO, Ivan 71 CANNONDALE PRO CYCLING 53′ 43” + 2′ 43”
19. BARTA, Jan 152 TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA 53′ 52” + 2′ 52”
20. HORNER, Christopher 184 RADIOSHACK LEOPARD 53′ 54” + 2′ 54”
21. RODRIGUEZ, Joaquin 121 KATUSHA TEAM 54′ 01” + 3′ 01”
22. HERRADA, José 5 MOVISTAR TEAM 54′ 02” + 3′ 02”
23. KIRYIENKA, Vasil 194 SKY PROCYCLING 54′ 04” + 3′ 04”
24. GRIVKO, Andriy 34 ASTANA PRO TEAM 54′ 12” + 3′ 12”
25. PINOTTI, Marco 57 BMC RACING TEAM 54′ 14” + 3′ 14”

Classifica Generale

1. NIBALI, Vincenzo 31 ASTANA PRO TEAM 41h 22′ 22”
2. ROCHE, Nicolas 205 TEAM SAXO-TINKOFF 41h 22′ 55” + 33”
3. VALVERDE, Alejandro 1 MOVISTAR TEAM 41h 23′ 08” + 46”
4. HORNER, Christopher 184 RADIOSHACK LEOPARD 41h 23′ 08” + 46”
5. RODRIGUEZ, Joaquin 121 KATUSHA TEAM 41h 24′ 55” + 2′ 33”
6. POZZOVIVO, Domenico 11 AG2R LA MONDIALE 41h 25′ 06” + 2′ 44”
7. BASSO, Ivan 71 CANNONDALE PRO CYCLING 41h 25′ 17” + 2′ 55”
8. PINOT, Thibaut 101 FDJ.FR 41h 25′ 57” + 3′ 35”
9. MAJKA, Rafal 202 TEAM SAXO-TINKOFF 41h 26′ 08” + 3′ 46”
10. MORENO, Daniel 127 KATUSHA TEAM 41h 26′ 18” + 3′ 56”
11. KONIG, Leopold 151 TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA 41h 26′ 30” + 4′ 08”
12. KANGERT, Tanel 36 ASTANA PRO TEAM 41h 27′ 27” + 5′ 05”
13. URAN, Rigoberto 198 SKY PROCYCLING 41h 28′ 08” + 5′ 46”
14. CAPECCHI, Eros 2 MOVISTAR TEAM 41h 28′ 59” + 6′ 37”
15. SÁNCHEZ, Samuel 91 EUSKALTEL EUSKADI 41h 29′ 00” + 6′ 38”


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Classifiche Mondiali: dopo il Giro del Delfinato Froome risale in quarta posizione, la Spagna si riprende il primato per nazioni e Sky consolida il primo posto a squadre

UCI WorldTour: Cancellara remains in control as Froome regains ground

Fabian Cancellara (RadioShack Leopard) remains in top spot in the individual rankings of the UCI WorldTour, but Sunday’s victory for Chris Froome (Sky ProCycling) in the Critérium du Dauphiné has seen the Briton move back up from ninth to fourth overall.

Froome’s team-mate Richie Porte’s second place overall in the same race, meanwhile, has gained the 2013 Paris-Nice winner two spots in the UCI WorldTour rankings, moving the Australian into fifth. Thus whilst the top three spots remain completely unchanged, with Cancellara on 351 points, Giro d’Italia winner Vincenzo Nibali (Astana Pro Team) at 322 and Peter Sagan (Cannondale) with 312, Froome is now just one point off the provisional podium, with 311, and Porte a mere seven points behind, with 305.
Froome’s resurgence in the UCI WorldTour is a just reflection of the 28-year-old Briton’s impressive domination in the Critérium du Dauphiné, where he took third in the mid-week time trial, moved into the lead 24 hours later at Valmorel, the race’s first major summit finish and then concluded Sunday’s final mountain test, at Risoul, in second place on the stage.
Overall, Froome completes what is both a hugely prestigious win in itself and a key dress rehearsal for the Briton’s bid for victory in the Tour de France in July with a 58 second advantage over team-mate Porte, whilst Spain’s Dani Moreno (Katusha Team) is third, at 2 minutes and 12 seconds. It is Froome’s ninth win this season, following outright victories in the Tour of Oman, Critérium International and the Tour de Romandie, as well as a second place and a stage win in Tirreno-Adriatico. Should he meet with further success in the Tour de France, the overall top spot in the UCIWorldTour rankings looks well within his reach at the end of July.

In the nations classification, Spain regained control of the lead from Colombia, briefly heading the rankings after they ousted Italy with their strong collective performance in the Giro d’Italia. With five riders in the top ten overall, Spain now lead by 49 points on Colombia, jumping up two places in the classification, whilst neither the South American nation nor Italy, with 766 and 720 points respectively, scored any points whatsoever in the French stage race.
The other major mover in the nations classification is Great Britain. Even if the country remains in fourth place, thanks to the Critérium du Dauphiné it has now added on 112 points to reach a total of 622 points, solidifying their advantage over Australia, who remain in fifth spot.

Last but not least, and unsurprisingly given Porte’s and Froome’s fine perofrmances, Sky ProCycling remains in the top spot of the UCIWorldTour teams ranking, but considerably reinforcing that position. Already 184 points ahead of Katusha after the Giro d’Italia, Sky ProCycling now have an advantage of 310 points on the Russian squad, whilst Movistar Team remain in third.
To get an idea of how well the British squad is performing collectively, in 2012, after their victory in the Critérium du Dauphiné with Sir Bradley Wiggins, Sky ProCycling were also in the lead of the UCIWorldTour teams ranking, but their advantage over Katusha was just 87 points. This time round, with 16 of the 28 UCI WorldTour races that make up the 2013 calendar now completed, their margin is almost four times that.


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Paris-Roubaix: tris di Cancellara, onore al belga Vanmarcke (Blanco) battuto solo allo sprint

??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Ordine d’arrivo dopo 254,5 km

1 CANCELLARA Fabian SUI19810318 RADIOSHACK LEOPARD (RLT) 5:45:33
2 VANMARCKE Sep BEL19880728 BLANCO PRO CYCLING TEAM (BLA) +0
3 TERPSTRA Niki NED19840518 OMEGA PHARMA – QUICK-STEP CYCLING TEAM (OPQ) +31
4 VAN AVERMAET Greg BEL19850517 BMC RACING TEAM (BMC) +31
5 GAUDIN Damien FRA19860820 TEAM EUROPCAR (EUC) +31
6 STYBAR Zdenek CZE19851211 OMEGA PHARMA – QUICK-STEP CYCLING TEAM (OPQ) +39
7 LANGEVELD Sebastian NED19850117 ORICA GREENEDGE (OGE) +39
8 FLECHA GIANNONI Juan Antonio ESP19770917 VACANSOLEIL-DCM PRO CYCLING TEAM (VCD) +39
9 KRISTOFF Alexander NOR19870705 KATUSHA (KAT) +50
10 TURGOT Sébastien FRA19840411 TEAM EUROPCAR (EUC) +50
11 HAUSSLER Heinrich AUS19840225 IAM CYCLING (IAM) +50
12 EISEL Bernhard AUT19810217 SKY PROCYCLING (SKY) +50
13 WYNANTS Maarten BEL19820513 BLANCO PRO CYCLING TEAM (BLA) +50
14 BOOM Lars NED19851230 BLANCO PRO CYCLING TEAM (BLA) +50
15 BRESCHEL Matti DEN19840831 TEAM SAXO-TINKOFF (TST) +50
16 LEUKEMANS Björn BEL19770701 VACANSOLEIL-DCM PRO CYCLING TEAM (VCD) +50
17 CHAINEL Steve FRA19830906 AG2R LA MONDIALE (ALM) +50
18 TJALLINGII Maarten NED19771105 BLANCO PRO CYCLING TEAM (BLA) +50
19 CHAVANEL Sylvain FRA19790630 OMEGA PHARMA – QUICK-STEP CYCLING TEAM (OPQ) +50
20 VANDENBERGH Stijn BEL19840425 OMEGA PHARMA – QUICK-STEP CYCLING TEAM (OPQ) +50
21 PAOLINI Luca ITA19770117 KATUSHA (KAT) +1:00
22 POZZATO Filippo ITA19810910 LAMPRE-MERIDA (LAM) +2:52
23 PHINNEY Taylor USA19900627 BMC RACING TEAM (BMC) +3:13
24 SIEBERG Marcel GER19820430 LOTTO BELISOL (LTB) +3:13
25 SINKELDAM Ramon NED19890209 TEAM ARGOS – SHIMANO (ARG) +3:13


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Risultati gare: a Scheldeprijs Marcel Kittel batte Cavendish. Cade senza gravi conseguenze Cancellara

Ordine d’arrivo

1 Marcel Kittel (Ger) Team Argos-Shimano 4:41:00
2 Mark Cavendish (GBr) Omega Pharma-Quick-Step Cycling Team
3 Barry Markus (Ned) Vacansoleil-DCM Pro Cycling Team
4 Andrea Guardini (Ita) Astana Pro Team
5 Alexander Kristoff (Nor) Katusha
6 Tyler Farrar (USA) Garmin-Sharp
7 Kenny Dehaes (Bel) Lotto Belisol
8 Theo Bos (Ned) Blanco Pro Cycling Team
9 Romain Feillu (Fra) Vacansoleil-DCM Pro Cycling Team
10 Michaël Van Staeyen (Bel) Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise
11 Jose Joaquin Rojas Gil (Spa) Movistar Team
12 Sébastien Turgot (Fra) Team Europcar
13 Baptiste Planckaert (Bel) Crelan-Euphony
14 Yauheni Hutarovich (Blr) Ag2R La Mondiale
15 Jonathan Cantwell (Aus) Team Saxo-Tinkoff
16 Kurt Hovelijnck (Bel) Crelan-Euphony
17 Roy Jans (Bel) Accent Jobs-Wanty
18 Michael Schwarzmann (Ger) Team NetApp-Endura
19 Roman Maikin (Rus) RusVelo
20 Andreas Stauff (Ger) MTN-Qhubeka
21 Pier Paolo De Negri (Ita) Vini Fantini-Selle Italia
22 Alexander Serebryakov (Rus) Euskaltel-Euskadi
23 Kenny Robert Van Hummel (Ned) Vacansoleil-DCM Pro Cycling Team
24 Ricardo Garcia Ambroa (Spa) Euskaltel-Euskadi
25 Jonathan Mcevoy (GBr) Team NetApp-Endura