Running Man Froome Keeps Yellow Jersey Despite Bike Crash Drama

Tour de France stage 12
By Barnaby CHESTERMAN

Mont Ventoux, France, July 14, 2016 (AFP) – Chris Froome kept hold of the Tour de France race leader’s yellow jersey despite a crash with a motorcycle on Thursday that threatened to wreck his race hopes.

Froome initially seemed to have lost the race lead after his bicycle was broken by the crash leaving him at one point running desperately along the road waiting for a replacement bike.

But Tour organizers reinstated him in the lead at the end of the 12th stage which finished on the iconic Mont Ventoux, now with a 47sec lead over British compatriot Adam Yates.

“What a finish. Ventoux is full of surprises. Around the last kilometer a motorbike braked hard,” explained Froome on French TV after being presented with the yellow jersey.

“I was with Richie Porte and Bauke Mollema and all three of us went into the back of it. I got hit from behind by another motorbike that broke my bicycle.

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“I’m happy with the jury’s decision. I think it’s right. Thanks to them and thanks to the Tour de France organisation.”

– Standstill –

Briton Froome was riding to the finish inside the final kilometer with Australian Porte and Mollema of the Netherlands having distanced the rest of the overall contenders when all three crashed into a motorcycle that was brought to a standstill by a wall of fans.

Froome tried to ride on but his bike was broken and he started running up the climb as he waited for his team car to catch up and give him a new bike.

First he was given a neutral bike by an official race car but he found it unrideable, ditching it before finally being given a team bike to finish the stage, which had started 178km away in Montpellier.

The incident initially seemed to have cost him terribly as Yates was provisionally announced as the new Tour leader with Froome, who had started the day with a 28sec lead over his countryman, trailing down in sixth place at 53sec.

Yates, who remains the leading young rider in the race, said he agreed with the race jury’s decision to change the initial results.

“It is what it is, I’m really happy with the outcome. I wouldn’t have wanted to take the jersey like this,” said the 23-year-old.

“After his performances in the Tour so far he (Froome) is the rightful owner of the yellow jersey. It wouldn’t have felt right to have taken it like that.”

– 3km rule –

The race jury decided to look into the incident and after a short time deliberating, it published an updated general classification with Froome back on top.

The jury opted to apply the 3km rule normally used in mass sprint finishes, which neutralizes times in the run-in to the line in case of a crash or technical incident.

It means Froome and Porte were given the same time as Mollema, the first to get up and finish from their group.

It meant all three gained 19sec on the next batch of favorites, who were also held up by the crash as they rode into a bottleneck caused by blocked motorcycles and cars.

Froome therefore extended his lead with his main rival Nairo Quintana now third at 54sec, Mollema fourth at 56sec and young Frenchman Romain Bardet fifth at 1:15 ahead of Friday’s 37km time-trial.

Froome’s Sky team manager Dave Brailsford told French TV that the decision had rewarded those who were strongest on the day.

“The jury and organisers opted for fair play,” he said.

“It wasn’t easy but you have to stay calm. Richie, Chris and Mollema were the strongest today and the organisers decided to maintain the lead they had gained at the moment of the accident. For me, it’s a fair decision.”

Brailsford even afforded himself a joke, saying of Froome’s brief jog towards the finish: “Maybe next year he’ll run the Paris marathon!”

Almost lost in all the drama was the fact that Belgian Thomas De Gendt beat compatriot Serge Pauwels in a sprint finish to win the stage after both had been part of an initial 13-man breakaway.

Yet the over-riding image that will be repeated many times even long after this Tour finishes, was the sight of the yellow jersey running desperately up the Tour’s most revered mountain as his race hopes seemed to be evaporating.

– Results from the Tour de France 12th stage a 178km run from Montpellier to Mont Ventoux on Thursday:
(Note: Times for Chris Froome, Richie Porte and Bauke Mollema all at 5min 05sec behind winner, regardless of finishing position, after jury decision following the three riders colliding with a motorcycle).

1. Thomas De Gendt (BEL/LOT) 4hrs 31mins 51sec
2. Serge Pauwels (BEL/DDT) à 0:02.
3. Daniel Navarro (ESP/COF) 0:14.
4. Stef Clement (NED/IAM) 0:40.
5. Sylvain Chavanel (FRA/DEN) 0:40.
6. Bert-Jan Lindeman (NED/LNL) 2:52.
7. Daniel Teklehaymanot (ERI/DDT) 3:13.
8. Sep Vanmarcke (BEL/LNL) 3:26.
9. Chris Anker Sörensen (DEN/FVC) 4:23.
10. Bauke Mollema (NED/TRE) 5:05.
11. Adam Yates (GBR/ORI) 5:24.
12. Fabio Aru (ITA/AST) 5:24.
13. Louis Meintjes (RSA/LAM) 5:24.
14. Romain Bardet (FRA/ALM) 5:24.
15. Joaquim Rodriguez (ESP/KAT) 5:24.
16. Alejandro Valverde (ESP/MOV) 5:31.
17. Nairo Quintana (COL/MOV) 5:31.
18. Tejay Van Garderen (USA/BMC) 5:36.
19. Richie Porte (AUS/BMC) 5:05.
20. Daniel Martin (IRL/ETI) 6:30.
21. Sébastien Reichenbach (SUI/FDJ) 6:30.
22. Warren Barguil (FRA/GIA) 6:30.
23. Daniel Moreno (ESP/MOV) 6:30.
24. Sergio Henao (COL/SKY) 6:45.
25. Christopher Froome (GBR/SKY) 5:05.
26. Roman Kreuziger (CZE/TIN) 6:51.
27. Pierre Rolland (FRA/CAN) 7:24.
28. Geraint Thomas (GBR/SKY) 7:24.
29. Ilnur Zakarin (RUS/KAT) 7:24.
30. Wouter Poels (NED/SKY) 7:27.
31. Mikel Nieve (ESP/SKY) 7:54.
32. Iljo Keisse (BEL/ETI) 7:54.
33. André Greipel (GER/LOT) 9:30.
34. Haimar Zubeldia (ESP/TRE) 9:35.
35. Damiano Caruso (ITA/BMC) 9:35.
36. Alexis Vuillermoz (FRA/ALM) 9:35.
37. Emanuel Buchmann (GER/BOA) 9:35.
38. Luis Angel Maté (ESP/COF) 9:35.
39. Tanel Kangert (EST/AST) 9:35.
40. Jarlinson Pantano (COL/IAM) 9:35.
41. Cyril Lemoine (FRA/COF) 10:05.
42. Frank Schleck (LUX/TRE) 11:41.
43. Anthony Delaplace (FRA/FVC) 12:13.
44. Mikel Landa (ESP/SKY) 12:29.
45. Patrick Konrad (AUT/BOA) 13:40.
46. Jérémy Roy (FRA/FDJ) 14:11.
47. Amaël Moinard (FRA/BMC) 14:11.
48. Florian Vachon (FRA/FVC) 14:33.
49. Adam Hansen (AUS/LOT) 14:33.
50. Martin Elmiger (SUI/IAM) 14:33.
51. Tsgabu Grmay (ETH/LAM) 14:33.
52. Bartosz Huzarski (POL/BOA) 14:33.
53. Jan Bakelants (BEL/ALM) 15:25.
54. Paolo Tiralongo (ITA/AST) 15:27.
55. Luis Leon Sanchez (ESP/AST) 15:27.
56. Mikaël Chérel (FRA/ALM) 16:27.
57. Daryl Impey (RSA/ORI) 18:32.
58. Ruben Plaza (ESP/ORI) 18:32.
59. Anthony Roux (FRA/FDJ) 19:44.
60. Ben Gastauer (LUX/ALM) 19:44.
61. Cyril Gautier (FRA/ALM) 19:44.
62. Peter Stetina (USA/TRE) 19:44.
63. Michael Schär (SUI/BMC) 21:26.
64. Jasper Stuyven (BEL/TRE) 21:26.
65. Julien Vermote (BEL/ETI) 21:26.
66. Marcus Burghardt (GER/BMC) 21:26.
67. Dylan van Baarle (NED/CAN) 21:26.
68. Antoine Duchesne (CAN/DEN) 21:26.
69. Jakob Fuglsang (DEN/AST) 21:26.
70. Geoffrey Soupe (FRA/COF) 21:26.
71. Alberto Losada (ESP/KAT) 21:26.
72. Pierre-Luc Périchon (FRA/FVC) 21:26.
73. Tom Dumoulin (NED/GIA) 21:26.
74. Edward Theuns (BEL/TRE) 21:26.
75. Oliver Naesen (BEL/IAM) 21:26.
76. Greg Van Avermaet (BEL/BMC) 21:26.
77. Petr Vakoc (CZE/ETI) 21:26.
78. Matteo Bono (ITA/LAM) 22:40.
79. Kristijan Ðurasek (CRO/LAM) 22:40.
80. Georg Preidler (AUT/GIA) 22:40.
81. Paul Voss (GER/BOA) 22:40.
82. Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg (RSA/DDT) 22:40.
83. Alexey Lutsenko (KAZ/AST) 23:37.
84. Andriy Grivko (UKR/AST) 23:37.
85. Jesus Herrada (ESP/MOV) 23:37.
86. Markel Irizar (ESP/TRE) 23:37.
87. Nelson Oliveira (POR/MOV) 23:37.
88. Ramunas Navardauskas (LTU/CAN) 23:37.
89. Fabian Cancellara (SUI/TRE) 23:37.
90. Michael Valgren (DEN/TIN) 23:37.
91. Imanol Erviti (ESP/MOV) 23:37.
92. Vasil Kiryienka (BLR/SKY) 23:37.
93. Bryan Coquard (FRA/DEN) 23:37.
94. Borut Bozic (SLO/COF) 23:37.
95. Julian Alaphilippe (FRA/ETI) 23:37.
96. Luke Durbridge (AUS/ORI) 23:37.
97. Matti Breschel (DEN/CAN) 23:37.
98. Brice Feillu (FRA/FVC) 24:41.
99. Robert Kiserlovski (CRO/TIN) 25:25.
100. Diego Rosa (ITA/AST) 25:25.
101. Rafal Majka (POL/TIN) 25:25.
102. Reto Hollenstein (SUI/IAM) 25:25.
103. Vincenzo Nibali (ITA/AST) 25:25.
104. Thomas Voeckler (FRA/DEN) 25:25.
105. Timo Roosen (NED/LNL) 25:25.
106. Angel Vicioso (ESP/KAT) 25:25.
107. Domenico Pozzovivo (ITA/ALM) 25:25.
108. Fabrice Jeandesboz (FRA/DEN) 25:25.
109. Wilco Kelderman (NED/LNL) 25:25.
110. Tom-Jelte Slagter (NED/CAN) 25:25.
111. Romain Sicard (FRA/DEN) 25:25.
112. Luka Pibernik (SLO/LAM) 25:25.
113. Winner Anacona (COL/MOV) 25:25.
114. Arnold Jeannesson (FRA/COF) 25:25.
115. Paul Martens (GER/LNL) 25:25.
116. Grégory Rast (SUI/TRE) 25:25.
117. Mathew Hayman (AUS/ORI) 25:25.
118. Arthur Vichot (FRA/FDJ) 25:25.
119. Greg Henderson (NZL/LOT) 25:25.
120. Jens Debusschere (BEL/LOT) 25:25.
121. Tony Martin (GER/ETI) 25:25.
122. George Bennett (NZL/LNL) 25:25.
123. Brent Bookwalter (USA/BMC) 25:25.
124. Jan Barta (CZE/BOA) 25:25.
125. Jérôme Coppel (FRA/IAM) 25:25.
126. Steve Morabito (SUI/FDJ) 25:25.
127. Tony Gallopin (FRA/LOT) 25:25.
128. Eduardo Sepulveda (ARG/FVC) 25:25..
129. Mathias Frank (SUI/IAM) 25:25.
130. Alexis Gougeard (FRA/ALM) 25:25.
131. Rui Costa (POR/LAM) 25:25.
132. Stephen Cummings (GBR/DDT) 25:25.
133. Marco Haller (AUT/KAT) 25:25.
134. Jérôme Cousin (FRA/COF) 25:25.
135. Christopher Juul-Jensen (DEN/ORI) 25:25.
136. Lawson Craddock (USA/CAN) 25:57.
137. Rohan Dennis (AUS/BMC) 25:57.
138. Luke Rowe (GBR/SKY) 25:57.
139. Christophe Laporte (FRA/COF) 26:03.
140. Gorka Izagirre (ESP/MOV) 27:49.
141. Ion Izagirre (ESP/MOV) 27:49.
142. Peter Sagan (SVK/TIN) 28:00.
143. Mark Cavendish (GBR/DDT) 28:04.
144. Leigh Howard (AUS/IAM) 28:24.
145. Kristijan Koren (SLO/CAN) 28:24.
146. Matteo Tosatto (ITA/TIN) 28:24.
147. Bernhard Eisel (AUT/DDT) 28:24.
148. Oscar Gatto (ITA/TIN) 28:24.
149. Marcel Sieberg (GER/LOT) 28:24.
150. Roy Curvers (NED/GIA) 28:24.
151. Jan Polanc (SLO/LAM) 28:24.
152. Cesare Benedetti (ITA/BOA) 28:24.
153. Sondre Holst Enger (NOR/IAM) 28:24.
154. Nicolas Edet (FRA/COF) 28:24.
155. Andreas Schillinger (GER/BOA) 28:24.
156. Robert Wagner (GER/LNL) 28:24.
157. Thibaut Pinot (FRA/FDJ) 28:24.
158. Simon Gerrans (AUS/ORI) 28:24.
159. Samuel Dumoulin (FRA/ALM) 28:24.
160. Edvald Boasson Hagen (NOR/DDT) 28:24.
161. William Bonnet (FRA/FDJ) 28:24.
162. Ramon Sinkeldam (NED/GIA) 28:24.
163. Armindo Fonseca (FRA/FVC) 28:24.
164. Alexander Kristoff (NOR/KAT) 28:24.
165. Natnael Berhane (ERI/DDT) 28:24.
166. Michael Matthews (AUS/ORI) 28:24.
167. Jürgen Roelandts (BEL/LOT) 28:24.
168. Adrien Petit (FRA/DEN) 28:24.
169. Vegard Breen (NOR/FVC) 28:24.
170. Maciej Bodnar (POL/TIN) 28:24.
171. Yohann Gène (FRA/DEN) 28:24.
172. Jacopo Guarnieri (ITA/KAT) 28:24.
173. Dylan Groenewegen (NED/LNL) 28:24.
174. Sam Bennett (IRL/BOA) 28:24.
175. Alex Howes (USA/CAN) 28:24.
176. Albert Timmer (NED/GIA) 28:24.
177. Michael Albasini (SUI/ORI) 28:24.
178. Daniel McLay (GBR/FVC) 28:24.
179. Simon Geschke (GER/GIA) 28:24.
180. Lars Bak (DEN/LOT) 28:24.
181. Maarten Wijnants (BEL/LNL) 28:24.
182. Ian Stannard (GBR/SKY) 28:24.
183. Yukiya Arashiro (JPN/LAM) 28:24.
184. Laurens ten Dam (NED/GIA) 28:24.
185. John Degenkolb (GER/GIA) 28:24.
186. Fabio Sabatini (ITA/ETI) 29:13.
187. Marcel Kittel (GER/ETI) 29:13.
188. Maximiliano Richeze (ARG/ETI) 29:13.
189. Davide Cimolai (ITA/LAM) 29:13.
190. Shane Archbold (NZL/BOA) 29:13.

– Overall standings in the Tour de France after stage 12 from Montpellier to Mont Ventoux on Thursday:

1. Chris Froome (GBR/Sky) 57hrs 11mins 33sec
2. Adam Yates (GBR/ORI) at 0:47sec
3. Bauke Mollema (NED/TRE) 0:56.
4. Nairo Quintana (COL/MOV) 1:01.
5. Romain Bardet (FRA/ALM) 1:15.
6. Alejandro Valverde (ESP/MOV) 1:39.
7. Tejay Van Garderen (USA/BMC) 0:57.
8. Fabio Aru (ITA/AST) 1:07.
9. Daniel Martin (IRL/ETI) 1:09.
10. Joaquim Rodriguez (ESP/KAT) 1:24.
11. Richie Porte (AUS/BMC) 2:22.
12. Louis Meintjes (RSA/LAM) 2:29.
13. Sergio Henao (COL/SKY) 2:36.
14. Roman Kreuziger (CZE/TIN) 3:14.
15. Warren Barguil (FRA/GIA) 4:28.
16. Geraint Thomas (GBR/SKY) 5:51.
17. Pierre Rolland (FRA/CAN) 7:35.
18. Sébastien Reichenbach (SUI/FDJ) 8:02.
19. Damiano Caruso (ITA/BMC) 11:20.
20. Mikel Nieve (ESP/SKY) 14:15.
21. Emanuel Buchmann (GER/BOA) 14:33.
22. Frank Schleck (LUX/TRE) 21:44.
23. Tanel Kangert (EST/AST) 23:07.
24. Alexis Vuillermoz (FRA/ALM) 25:29.
25. Wilco Kelderman (NED/LNL) 26:14.
26. Haimar Zubeldia (ESP/TRE) 27:27.
27. Daniel Navarro (ESP/COF) 28:54.
28. Stef Clement (NED/IAM) 33:14.
29. Mathias Frank (SUI/IAM) 36:16.
30. Eduardo Sepulveda (ARG/FVC) 38:32.
31. Mikel Landa (ESP/SKY) 38:48.
32. Jarlinson Pantano (COL/IAM) 40:29.
33. Serge Pauwels (BEL/DDT) 41:55.
34. Thibaut Pinot (FRA/FDJ) 42:54.
35. Daniel Moreno (ESP/MOV) 44:43.
36. Domenico Pozzovivo (ITA/ALM) 45:06.
37. Ilnur Zakarin (RUS/KAT) 46:18.
38. Daryl Impey (RSA/ORI) 46:38.
39. Vincenzo Nibali (ITA/AST) 48:21.
40. Wouter Poels (NED/SKY) 50:53.
41. Rafal Majka (POL/TIN) 52:01.
42. Sylvain Chavanel (FRA/DEN) 52:29.
43. George Bennett (NZL/LNL) 52:42.
44. Steve Morabito (SUI/FDJ) 53:04.
45. Bartosz Huzarski (POL/BOA) 54:52.
46. Thomas De Gendt (BEL/LOT) 55:39.
47. Greg Van Avermaet (BEL/BMC) 55:52.
48. Jan Bakelants (BEL/ALM) 56:34.
49. Tom Dumoulin (NED/GIA) 57:21.
50. Amaël Moinard (FRA/BMC) 58:47.
51. Luis Leon Sanchez (ESP/AST) 1h00:11.
52. Georg Preidler (AUT/GIA) 1h00:14.
53. Peter Stetina (USA/TRE) 1h00:40.
54. Julian Alaphilippe (FRA/ETI) 1h01:45.
55. Rui Costa (POR/LAM) 1h02:03.
56. Laurens ten Dam (NED/GIA) 1h05:31.
57. Luis Angel Maté (ESP/COF) 1h05:42.
58. Robert Kiserlovski (CRO/TIN) 1h06:26.
59. Patrick Konrad (AUT/BOA) 1h07:23.
60. Fabrice Jeandesboz (FRA/DEN) 1h08:43.
61. Diego Rosa (ITA/AST) 1h10:19.
62. Chris Anker Sörensen (DEN/FVC) 1h12:05.
63. Jakob Fuglsang (DEN/AST) 1h14:30.
64. Ruben Plaza (ESP/ORI) 1h17:01.
65. Mikaël Chérel (FRA/ALM) 1h20:34.
66. Andriy Grivko (UKR/AST) 1h21:15.
67. Arnold Jeannesson (FRA/COF) 1h21:28.
68. Tony Martin (GER/ETI) 1h21:32.
69. Paolo Tiralongo (ITA/AST) 1h22:09.
70. Alberto Losada (ESP/KAT) 1h24:26.
71. Ben Gastauer (LUX/ALM) 1h24:43.
72. Martin Elmiger (SUI/IAM) 1h27:35.
73. Jérémy Roy (FRA/FDJ) 1h28:37.
74. Simon Geschke (GER/GIA) 1h29:03.
75. Winner Anacona (COL/MOV) 1h29:26.
76. Gorka Izagirre (ESP/MOV) 1h29:35.
77. Romain Sicard (FRA/DEN) 1h30:34.
78. Jesus Herrada (ESP/MOV) 1h32:26.
79. Cyril Gautier (FRA/ALM) 1h32:35.
80. Tsgabu Grmay (ETH/LAM) 1h32:39.
81. Anthony Roux (FRA/FDJ) 1h32:43.
82. Ion Izagirre (ESP/MOV) 1h34:37.
83. Jan Polanc (SLO/LAM) 1h34:56.
84. Tony Gallopin (FRA/LOT) 1h35:43.
85. Oliver Naesen (BEL/IAM) 1h36:18.
86. Tom-Jelte Slagter (NED/CAN) 1h37:00.
87. Peter Sagan (SVK/TIN) 1h37:13.
88. Daniel Teklehaymanot (ERI/DDT) 1h38:01.
89. Brice Feillu (FRA/FVC) 1h38:19.
90. Lawson Craddock (USA/CAN) 1h40:35.
91. Michael Valgren (DEN/TIN) 1h41:22.
92. Arthur Vichot (FRA/FDJ) 1h41:29.
93. Kristijan Ðurasek (CRO/LAM) 1h42:21.
94. Marcus Burghardt (GER/BMC) 1h42:31.
95. Anthony Delaplace (FRA/FVC) 1h43:31.
96. Alexey Lutsenko (KAZ/AST) 1h44:09.
97. Luke Durbridge (AUS/ORI) 1h44:46.
98. Jérôme Coppel (FRA/IAM) 1h44:53.
99. Michael Schär (SUI/BMC) 1h45:22.
100. Bert-Jan Lindeman (NED/LNL) 1h46:35.
101. Florian Vachon (FRA/FVC) 1h46:51.
102. Adam Hansen (AUS/LOT) 1h46:56.
103. Sep Vanmarcke (BEL/LNL) 1h47:38.
104. Luka Pibernik (SLO/LAM) 1h47:47.
105. Simon Gerrans (AUS/ORI) 1h48:05.
106. Paul Voss (GER/BOA) 1h48:27.
107. Thomas Voeckler (FRA/DEN) 1h48:30.
108. Jan Barta (CZE/BOA) 1h49:35.
109. Pierre-Luc Périchon (FRA/FVC) 1h50:45.
110. Bryan Coquard (FRA/DEN) 1h50:49.
111. Nicolas Edet (FRA/COF) 1h51:30.
112. Edvald Boasson Hagen (NOR/DDT) 1h52:49.
113. Antoine Duchesne (CAN/DEN) 1h54:06.
114. Natnael Berhane (ERI/DDT) 1h54:25.
115. Paul Martens (GER/LNL) 1h55:09.
116. Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg (RSA/DDT) 1h55:15.
117. Jasper Stuyven (BEL/TRE) 1h55:35.
118. Dylan van Baarle (NED/CAN) 1h55:51.
119. Alex Howes (USA/CAN) 1h55:59.
120. Iljo Keisse (BEL/ETI) 1h56:18.
121. André Greipel (GER/LOT) 1h57:46.
122. Markel Irizar (ESP/TRE) 1h58:16.
123. Nelson Oliveira (POR/MOV) 1h58:22.
124. Matti Breschel (DEN/CAN) 1h59:24.
125. Michael Matthews (AUS/ORI) 1h59:34.
126. Grégory Rast (SUI/TRE) 2h01:24.
127. Petr Vakoc (CZE/ETI) 2h01:30.
128. Fabian Cancellara (SUI/TRE) 2h01:38.
129. Roy Curvers (NED/GIA) 2h02:00.
130. Mathew Hayman (AUS/ORI) 2h02:23.
131. Ramunas Navardauskas (LTU/CAN) 2h02:27.
132. Samuel Dumoulin (FRA/ALM) 2h02:42.
133. Jürgen Roelandts (BEL/LOT) 2h03:25.
134. Reto Hollenstein (SUI/IAM) 2h03:34.
135. Cyril Lemoine (FRA/COF) 2h04:45.
136. Stephen Cummings (GBR/DDT) 2h05:10.
137. Angel Vicioso (ESP/KAT) 2h05:42.
138. Vasil Kiryienka (BLR/SKY) 2h05:45.
139. Edward Theuns (BEL/TRE) 2h06:30.
140. Yukiya Arashiro (JPN/LAM) 2h06:44.
141. Sondre Holst Enger (NOR/IAM) 2h07:13.
142. Armindo Fonseca (FRA/FVC) 2h07:57.
143. Michael Albasini (SUI/ORI) 2h09:13.
144. Geoffrey Soupe (FRA/COF) 2h09:26.
145. William Bonnet (FRA/FDJ) 2h09:35.
146. Christopher Juul-Jensen (DEN/ORI) 2h09:35.
147. Christophe Laporte (FRA/COF) 2h09:55.
148. Jérôme Cousin (FRA/COF) 2h09:57.
149. Timo Roosen (NED/LNL) 2h10:38.
150. Maximiliano Richeze (ARG/ETI) 2h10:53.
151. Rohan Dennis (AUS/BMC) 2h10:53.
152. Greg Henderson (NZL/LOT) 2h12:28.
153. John Degenkolb (GER/GIA) 2h12:38.
154. Maarten Wijnants (BEL/LNL) 2h12:58.
155. Marcel Kittel (GER/ETI) 2h13:05.
156. Matteo Bono (ITA/LAM) 2h13:06.
157. Jens Debusschere (BEL/LOT) 2h13:22.
158. Matteo Tosatto (ITA/TIN) 2h13:35.
159. Julien Vermote (BEL/ETI) 2h13:52.
160. Alexander Kristoff (NOR/KAT) 2h13:53.
161. Cesare Benedetti (ITA/BOA) 2h14:01.
162. Fabio Sabatini (ITA/ETI) 2h14:05.
163. Imanol Erviti (ESP/MOV) 2h14:53.
164. Yohann Gène (FRA/DEN) 2h15:55.
165. Ramon Sinkeldam (NED/GIA) 2h16:20.
166. Mark Cavendish (GBR/DDT) 2h16:30.
167. Dylan Groenewegen (NED/LNL) 2h17:22.
168. Kristijan Koren (SLO/CAN) 2h17:59.
169. Oscar Gatto (ITA/TIN) 2h18:10.
170. Brent Bookwalter (USA/BMC) 2h18:10.
171. Borut Bozic (SLO/COF) 2h18:11.
172. Jacopo Guarnieri (ITA/KAT) 2h18:23.
173. Maciej Bodnar (POL/TIN) 2h18:24.
174. Andreas Schillinger (GER/BOA) 2h19:34.
175. Luke Rowe (GBR/SKY) 2h19:46.
176. Adrien Petit (FRA/DEN) 2h20:26.
177. Daniel McLay (GBR/FVC) 2h20:37.
178. Robert Wagner (GER/LNL) 2h20:44.
179. Vegard Breen (NOR/FVC) 2h21:32.
180. Ian Stannard (GBR/SKY) 2h21:56.
181. Marco Haller (AUT/KAT) 2h22:48.
182. Davide Cimolai (ITA/LAM) 2h23:44.
183. Marcel Sieberg (GER/LOT) 2h24:37.
184. Albert Timmer (NED/GIA) 2h24:43.
185. Alexis Gougeard (FRA/ALM) 2h25:59.
186. Shane Archbold (NZL/BOA) 2h29:51.
187. Bernhard Eisel (AUT/DDT) 2h29:56.
188. Leigh Howard (AUS/IAM) 2h34:20.
189. Lars Bak (DEN/LOT) 2h42:50.
190. Sam Bennett (IRL/BOA) 2h52:34.

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