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Trofeo Laigueglia 2018: vittoria di Moreno Moser

Moreno Moser Astana Pro Team si aggiudica il Trofeo Laigueglia 2018, vincendo al termine di una gara molto vivace. Al secondo posto Paolo Toto Sangemini MG.Kvi ed al terzo Matteo Busato Wilier Triestina Selle Italia. L’attacco decisivo di Moser a 6 km dal traguardo.

 

 

Trofeo Laigueglia 2018 ordine di arrivo

 

 

Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Moreno Moser 1990  Italy  Astana Pro Team 5t 10′ 50″
02 Paolo Toto 1991  Italy  Sangemini – MG.Kvis Vega 43″
03 Matteo Busato 1987  Italy  Wilier Triestina – Selle Italia 43″
04 Nicola Bagioli 1995  Italy  Nippo Vini Fantini 43″
05 Francesco Gavazzi 1984  Italy  Androni – Sidermec – Bottecchia 43″
06 Kasper Asgreen 1995  Denmark  Team Virtu Cycling 43″
07 Romain Combaud 1991  France  Delko Marseille – Provence 43″
08 Roland Thalmann 1993  Switzerland  Team Vorarlberg Santic 43″
09 Ben Hermans 1986  Belgium  Israel Cycling Academy 43″
10 Fausto Masnada 1993  Italy  Androni – Sidermec – Bottecchia 48″
11 Quentin Jauregui 1994  France  Ag2r La Mondiale 58″
12 Mauro Finetto 1985  Italy  Delko Marseille – Provence 1′ 12″
13 Gianluca Brambilla 1987  Italy  Trek – Segafredo 2′ 21″
14 Silvan Dillier 1990  Switzerland  Ag2r La Mondiale 2′ 37″
15 Simone Andreetta 1993  Italy  Bardiani – CSF 2′ 37″
16 Mickaël Cherel 1986  France  Ag2r La Mondiale 2′ 37″
17 Hubert Dupont 1980  France  Ag2r La Mondiale 2′ 37″
18 Alexander Kamp Egested 1993  Denmark  Team Virtu Cycling 3′ 45″
19 Sean De Bie 1991  Belgium  Verandas Willems – Crelan 3′ 45″
20 Marco Frapporti 1985  Italy  Androni – Sidermec – Bottecchia 3′ 45″
21 Thomas Degand 1986  Belgium  Wanty – Groupe Gobert 3′ 45″
22 Andrea Pasqualon 1988  Italy  Wanty – Groupe Gobert 3′ 45″
23 Evaldas Siskevicius 1988  Litauen  Delko Marseille – Provence 3′ 45″
24 Aleksander Vlasov 1996  Russia  Gazprom – RusVelo 3′ 45″
25 Lorenzo Rota 1995  Italy  Bardiani – CSF 3′ 45″
26 Anthony Delaplace 1989  France  Fortuneo-Samsic 3′ 45″
27 Ivan Santaromita 1984  Italy  Nippo Vini Fantini 3′ 45″
28 Stijn Devolder 1979  Belgium  Verandas Willems – Crelan 3′ 45″
29 Clement Chevrier 1992  France  Ag2r La Mondiale 3′ 45″
30 Jacopo Mosca 1993  Italy  Wilier Triestina – Selle Italia 4′ 40″
31 Luca Wackermann 1992  Italy  Bardiani – CSF 4′ 40″
32 Frantisek Sisr 1993  Czech Republic  CCC Sprandi Polkowice 4′ 40″
33 Simone Ponzi 1987  Italy  Nippo Vini Fantini 4′ 40″
34 Enrico Salvador 1994  Italy  Biesse Carrera Gavardo 4′ 40″
35 Kristian Sbaragli 1990  Italy  Israel Cycling Academy 4′ 40″
36 Kamil Malecki 1996  Poland  CCC Sprandi Polkowice 4′ 40″
37 Lawrence Warbasse 1990  USA  Aqua Blue Sport 4′ 40″
38 Alex Turrin 1992  Italy  Wilier Triestina – Selle Italia 4′ 40″
39 Edoardo Zardini 1989  Italy  Wilier Triestina – Selle Italia 4′ 52″
40 Mikkel Frølich Honore 1997  Denmark  Team Virtu Cycling 6′ 55″
41 Andrea Vendrame 1994  Italy  Androni – Sidermec – Bottecchia 8′ 32″
42 Rodolfo Andres Torres 1987  Colombia  Androni – Sidermec – Bottecchia 8′ 32″
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