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Road Racing News 8/30/01 [Infociclismo]
 
08/30/2001
Road Racing News 8/30/01 [Infociclismo]28.08.2001 01.09.2001 Ronde van Nederland NED 2.1 MEL

Stage 3: Italian Ivan Quaranta (Alexia) won today the sprint for the first sector, which was an 82 km road race between Nijverdal and Denekamp. Dutchman Stefan van Dijck continues to lead the overall classification, four seconds ahead of Australian Robbie McEwen, while Quaranta moves to third overall with today's win.

STAGE 3, 82km:
1. Ivan Quaranta (ITA) 1h 50:20
2. Stefan Van Dijk (HOL) s.t.
3. Danilo Hondo (GER) s.t.
4. Julian Dean (NZL) s.t.
5. Robert Hunter (RSA) s.t.

G.C.
1. Stefan Van Dijk (HOL) 10h 26:27
2. Robbie McEwen (AUS) at 04 secs
3. Ivan Quaranta (ITA) at 07
4. Tristan Hoffman (HOL) at 11
5. Giancarlo Raimondi (ITA) s.t.


Stage 4: After racing an 82 km road race in the morning, the riders faced a 23 km race against the clock. The event's winner was specialist, Ukrainian Sergei Gontchar, taking over the leader's jersey in the process. Gontchar covered the 23 kms 33 seconds faster than then Dutch champion in the discipline, Bart Voskamp (Bankgiroloterij) and 39 faster than Viatcheslav Ekimov (US Postal).

Stage 4:
1. Sergei Gontchar (UKR) 26:14
2. Bart Voskamp (NED) at 33
3. Viatcheslav Ekimov (RUS) at 39
4. Leon Van Bon (NED) at 50
5. Robert Hunter (RSA) at 1:00
6. Dylan Casey (USA) at 1:02
7. Danilo Hondo (GER) at 1:04
8. Frank Hoj (DEN) at 1:04
9. Peter Van Petegem (BEL) at 1:11

G.C.
1. Sergei Gontchar (UKR) 10h 52:58
2. Bart Voskamp (NED) at 29
3. Viatcheslav Ekimov (RUS) at 39
4. Leon Van Bon (NED) at 50
5. Robert Hunter (RSA) at 55
6. Danilo Hondo (GER) at 1:02
7. Dylan Casey (USA) at 1:02
8. Frank Hoj (DEN) at 1:10
9. Peter Van Petegem (BEL) at 1:11
10. Tim Wherry (USA) at 1:11


28.08.2001 31.08.2001 Tour de Poitou FRA 2.4 MEL

Stage 3: Young ace, Jimmy Casper won the two-man sprint, on the third stage, held between Moncoutant (Deux-Sèvres) and Chatellerault (Vienne) over 182 km, German Voigt holds on to the leader's white jersey. The FDJ rider went away on a break of some sixty kilometers in the company of Andy Flickinger and Benjamin Levecot. The trio opened a maximum gap of 9 minutes by km 75 km. In the end it would be Casper over Flinckinger in the sprint. The peloton made it in 49 seconds later.

Stage 3:
1. Jimmy Casper (Fra/Françaises Des Jeux) 182 km in 4 h 13:11
2. Andy Flinckinger (Fra) s.t.
3. Benjamin Levecot (Fra) at 6
4. Jean-Patrick Nazon (Fra) 49
5. Olaf Pollack (Aut) s.t.
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31. Jens Voigt (Ger) s.t.


G.C.
1. Jens Voigt (All/Crédit Agricole) 12H48:00
2. Ivaïlo Gabrovski (Bul) at 3
3. Jurgen Guns (Bel) 19
4. Werner Riebenbauer (Aut) 2:24
5. Fabrice Salanson (Fra) s.t.

30.08.2001 30.08.2001 Trofeo dello Scalatore 3 ITA 1.4 MEL

Colombian Fredy González (Selle Italia) showed them what he's made of today at the third part of the Trofeo dello Scalatore, held between Civitella del Tronto and San Giacomo, covering 128 kms. The Colombian climber made it to the finish line all by himself, 2 seconds ahead of Italian Paolo Tiralongo and 12 ahead of Moldavian Igor Pugaci.

PLACING
1. Fredy González (COL) 3h 30:42
2. Paolo Tiralongo (ITA) at 02
3. Igor Pugaci (MOL) at 12
4. Julio Pérez (MEX) at 13
5. Gianluca Tonetti (ITA) at 18
6. Massimo Giunti (ITA) at 23
7. Antonio Rizzi (ITA) at 27
8. Gianluca Valoti (ITA) s.t.
9. Tadej Valjavec (SLO) at 32
10. Franco Pelizzotti (ITA) at 48

Final Classification
1. Fredy González (COL) 65 points
2. Gianluca Tonetti (ITA) 50
3. Ruggero Borghi (ITA) 44
4. Danilo Di Luca (ITA) 34
5. Eddy Ratti (ITA) 34
6. Pietro Caucchioli (ITA) 30
7. Remmert Wielinga (NED) 30
8. Paolo Tiralongo (ITA) 30
9. Antonio Rizzi (ITA) 25
10. Gianluca Valoti (ITA) 24

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