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Japan Cup Cycle Road Race 2018: vittoria di Power, Santaromita quinto

Robert Power  Mitchelton – Scott ha conquistato il successo nella Japan Cup Cycle Road Race 2018 battendo in una volata a due il giovane olandese Antwan Tolhoek della Lotto Nl Jumbo. I due giovani hanno rifilato una quarantina di secondi ad un terzetto di corridori più esperti: Matti Breschel Team EF Education First – Drapac, terzo, Nicolas Roche BMC Racing Tema, quarto entrambi a 40”e il nostro Ivan Santaromita  Nippo – Vini Fantini quinto staccato di ulteriori 2”. Sesto posto per Marco Canola, vincitore della passata edizione e terzo ieri nel Criterium.

 

 

 

Japan Cup Cycle Road Race 2018Ordine di arrivo

 

1Robert Power1995 Australia Mitchelton – Scott3t 44′ 00″
2Antwan Tolhoek1994 Netherlands Team LottoNL – Jumbo00″
3Matti Breschel1984 Denmark Team EF Education First – Drapac40″
4Nicolas Roche1984 Ireland BMC Racing Team40″
5Ivan Santaromita1984 Italy Nippo – Vini Fantini42″
6Marco Canola1988 Italy Nippo – Vini Fantini2′ 02″
7Robert Gesink1986 Netherlands Team LottoNL – Jumbo2′ 07″
8Robert Stannard1998 Australia Mitchelton – Scott2′ 26″
9Koen De Kort1982 Netherlands Trek – Segafredo2′ 26″
10Robbie Hucker1990 Australia Team Ukyo2′ 26″
11Tadej Pogacar1998 Slovenia Ljubljana Gusto Xaurum2′ 26″
12Hideto Nakane1990 Japan Nippo – Vini Fantini2′ 26″
13Fabio Felline1990 Italy Trek – Segafredo2′ 26″
14Benjamin Prades1983 Spain Team Ukyo2′ 26″
15Freddy Ovett1994 Australia BMC Racing Team2′ 26″
16Takeaki Amezawa1995 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen2′ 26″
17Masahiro Ishigami1997 Japan A.V.C. Aix En Provence2′ 26″
18Thomas Lebas1985 France Kinan Cycling Team2′ 26″
19Salvador Guardiola1988 Spain Kinan Cycling Team2′ 26″
20Daan Olivier1992 Netherlands Team LottoNL – Jumbo2′ 26″
21Joey Rosskopf1989 USA BMC Racing Team2′ 26″
22Nicola Bagioli1995 Italy Nippo – Vini Fantini2′ 31″
23Nariyuki Masuda1983 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen2′ 34″
24Jack Haig1993 Australia Mitchelton – Scott2′ 43″
25Maarten Wynants1982 Belgium Team LottoNL – Jumbo4′ 50″
26Atsushi Oka1995 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen5′ 03″
27Ryu Suzuki1992 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen5′ 09″
28Kazushige Kuboki1989 Japan Team Bridgestone Cycling5′ 09″
29Shoi Matsuda1999 Japan EQADS5′ 09″
30Yusuke Hatanaka1985 Japan Team Ukyo5′ 09″
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