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Clasificación General Giro de Italia 2016

  Nombre Equipo Tiempo Diferencia
1 NED Tom Dumoulin TGA 14h 00:09 14h 00:09
2 LUX Bob Jungels EQS 14h 00:29 + 00:20
3 ITA Diego Ulissi LAM 14h 00:29 + 00:20
4 NED Steven Kruijswijk TJL 14h 00:33 + 00:24
5 AUT Georg Preidler TGA 14h 00:33 + 00:24
6 ITA Vincenzo Nibali AST 14h 00:35 + 00:26
7 ESP Alejandro Valverde MOV 14h 00:40 + 00:31
8 DEN Jakob Fuglsang AST 14h 00:44 + 00:35
9 IRL Nicolas Roche SKY 14h 00:46 + 00:37
10 COL Joan Esteban Chaves OGE 14h 00:46 + 00:37
11 RUS Ilnur Zakarin KAT 14h 00:48 + 00:39
12 COL Rigoberto Uran TCG 14h 00:49 + 00:40
13 POL Rafal Majka TCK 14h 00:54 + 00:45
14 EST Rein Taaramae KAT 14h 00:54 + 00:45
15 ITA Stefano Pirazzi BAR 14h 00:55 + 00:46
16 ESP Mikel Landa SKY 14h 00:56 + 00:47
17 BLR Konstantsin Sivtsov MTN 14h 00:56 + 00:47
18 CRC Andrey Amador MOV 14h 00:59 + 00:50
19 ITA Michele Scarponi AST 14h 01:01 + 00:52
20 ITA Domenico Pozzovivo ALM 14h 01:03 + 00:54
21 ITA Moreno Moser TCG 14h 01:05 + 00:56
22 ITA Davide Formolo TCG 14h 01:06 + 00:57
23 RUS Sergey Firsanov GAZ 14h 01:06 + 00:57
24 ITA Gianluca Brambilla EQS 14h 01:06 + 00:57
25 RUS Pavel Kochetkov KAT 14h 01:14 + 01:05
26 EST Tanel Kangert AST 14h 01:14 + 01:05
27 ITA Giovanni Visconti MOV 14h 01:25 + 01:16
28 CAN Ryder Hesjedal TFR 14h 01:26 + 01:17
29 ESP David de la Cruz EQS 14h 01:27 + 01:18
30 ITA Matteo Busato STH 14h 01:27 + 01:18
31 ITA Enrico Battaglin TJL 14h 01:43 + 01:34
32 COL Sebastián Henao SKY 14h 01:43 + 01:34
33 KAZ Andrey Zeits AST 14h 01:44 + 01:35
34 ITA Giacomo Nizzolo TFR 14h 01:44 + 01:35
35 ITA Matteo Montaguti ALM 14h 01:46 + 01:37
36 SUI Stefan Küng BMC 14h 01:51 + 01:42
37 ESP Carlos Verona EQS 14h 01:52 + 01:43
38 RUS Aleksei Tcatevitch KAT 14h 01:55 + 01:46
39 ITA Manuele Mori LAM 14h 01:57 + 01:48
40 COL Carlos Betancur MOV 14h 01:58 + 01:49
41 BEL Maxime Monfort LTS 14h 01:59 + 01:50
42 ITA Kristian Sbaragli MTN 14h 02:01 + 01:52
43 POL Pawel Poljanski TCK 14h 02:04 + 01:55
44 COL Darwin Atapuma BMC 14h 02:07 + 01:58
45 ITA Valerio Conti LAM 14h 02:08 + 01:59
46 ITA Sacha Modolo LAM 14h 02:13 + 02:04
47 POR André Fernando Cardoso TCG 14h 02:19 + 02:10
48 SUI Marcel Wyss IAM 14h 02:28 + 02:19
49 ERI Merhawi Kudus MTN 14h 02:42 + 02:33
50 NED Bram Tankink TJL 14h 02:43 + 02:34
51 ITA Matteo Trentin EQS 14h 02:52 + 02:43
52 SLO Luka Mezgec OGE 14h 02:54 + 02:45
53 AUS Jay McCarthy TCK 14h 03:09 + 03:00
54 USA Ian Boswell SKY 14h 03:23 + 03:14
55 SWE Tobias Ludvigsson TGA 14h 03:25 + 03:16
56 BEL Pieter Serry EQS 14h 03:30 + 03:21
57 BEL Sean de Bie LTS 14h 03:37 + 03:28
58 RUS Egor Silin KAT 14h 03:38 + 03:29
59 FRA Arnaud Démare FDJ 14h 03:40 + 03:31
60 ESP Igor Antón MTN 14h 03:45 + 03:36
61 SUI Valerio Agnoli AST 14h 03:47 + 03:38
62 ITA Francesco Bongiorno BAR 14h 03:57 + 03:48
63 ITA Simone Petilli LAM 14h 04:10 + 04:01
64 ITA Davide Malacarne AST 14h 04:12 + 04:03
65 FRA Hubert Dupont ALM 14h 04:16 + 04:07
66 AUS Heinrich Haussler IAM 14h 04:18 + 04:09
67 ITA Manuel Belletti STH 14h 04:33 + 04:24
68 GER André Greipel LTS 14h 04:56 + 04:47
69 IRL Philip Deignan SKY 14h 05:01 + 04:52
70 ESP José Joaquín Rojas MOV 14h 05:12 + 05:03
71 ESP Mikel Nieve SKY 14h 05:30 + 05:21
72 ESP Amets Txurruka OGE 14h 05:34 + 05:25
73 ITA Mirco Maestri BAR 14h 05:45 + 05:36
74 RUS Evgeni Petrov TCK 14h 05:47 + 05:38
75 ITA Manuel Quinziato BMC 14h 06:04 + 05:55
76 FRA Guillaume Bonnafond ALM 14h 06:14 + 06:05
77 USA Chad Haga TGA 14h 06:26 + 06:17
78 ITA Alberto Bettiol TCG 14h 06:51 + 06:42
79 AUS Simon Clarke TCG 14h 06:53 + 06:44
80 RUS Pavel Brutt TCK 14h 06:54 + 06:45
81 GER Christian Knees SKY 14h 06:56 + 06:47
82 DEN Lars Bak LTS 14h 07:00 + 06:51
83 ESP David López SKY 14h 07:01 + 06:52
84 ITA Sonny Colbrelli BAR 14h 07:07 + 06:58
85 ITA Filippo Pozzato STH 14h 07:07 + 06:58
86 RUS Ivan Savitskiy GAZ 14h 07:14 + 07:05
87 NED Jos van Emden TJL 14h 07:26 + 07:17
88 ITA Eugenio Alafaci TFR 14h 07:27 + 07:18
89 RUS Alexander Kolobnev GAZ 14h 07:32 + 07:23
90 AUS Adam Hansen LTS 14h 07:33 + 07:24
91 RUS Viacheslav Kuznetsov KAT 14h 07:34 + 07:25
92 GER Nikias Arndt TGA 14h 07:39 + 07:30
93 COL Daniel Martínez STH 14h 07:44 + 07:35
94 FRA Benoît Vaugrenard FDJ 14h 07:58 + 07:49
95 GER Marcel Kittel EQS 14h 08:11 + 08:02
96 FRA Hugo Houle ALM 14h 08:14 + 08:05
97 USA Nathan Brown TCG 14h 08:22 + 08:13
98 NED Moreno Hofland TJL 14h 08:45 + 08:36
99 ITA Damiano Cunego VIN 14h 08:48 + 08:39
100 AUS Leigh Howard IAM 14h 08:50 + 08:41
101 GER Rick Zabel BMC 14h 09:02 + 08:53
102 NED Boy Van Poppel TFR 14h 09:06 + 08:57
103 ITA Fabio Sabatini EQS 14h 09:06 + 08:57
104 ITA Liam Bertazzo STH 14h 09:07 + 08:58
105 ITA Gianfranco Zilioli VIN 14h 09:08 + 08:59
106 ITA Alessandro Bisolti VIN 14h 09:13 + 09:04
107 BEL Jelle Vanendert LTS 14h 09:19 + 09:10
108 SLO Matej Mohoric LAM 14h 09:21 + 09:12
109 RUS Ivan Rovny TCK 14h 09:29 + 09:20
110 BEL Tim Wellens LTS 14h 09:37 + 09:28
111 LTU Ignatas Konovalovas FDJ 14h 09:44 + 09:35
112 ITA Daniel Oss BMC 14h 09:47 + 09:38
113 USA Joe Dombrowski TCG 14h 09:50 + 09:41
114 ALB Eugert Zhupa STH 14h 09:53 + 09:44
115 ITA Roberto Ferrari LAM 14h 09:57 + 09:48
116 RSA Johann Van Zyl MTN 14h 10:03 + 09:54
117 LUX Laurent Didier TFR 14h 10:05 + 09:56
118 GER Roger Kluge IAM 14h 10:10 + 10:01
119 ITA Manuel Senni BMC 14h 10:38 + 10:29
120 USA Larry Warbasse IAM 14h 10:44 + 10:35
121 AUS Damien Howson OGE 14h 10:44 + 10:35
122 ITA Eros Capecchi AST 14h 10:52 + 10:43
123 ESP Rubén Plaza OGE 14h 10:58 + 10:49
124 POL Przemyslav Niemiec LAM 14h 11:01 + 10:52
125 BLR Ilia Koshevoy LAM 14h 11:09 + 11:00
126 ESP Jesús Hernández TCK 14h 11:26 + 11:17
127 RSA Jaco Venter MTN 14h 11:48 + 11:39
128 AUS Caleb Ewan OGE 14h 11:57 + 11:48
129 GER Patrick Gretsch ALM 14h 12:15 + 12:06
130 ITA Matteo Tosatto TCK 14h 12:16 + 12:07
131 ITA Alessandro De Marchi BMC 14h 12:19 + 12:10
132 LTU Ramunas Navardauskas TCG 14h 12:39 + 12:30
133 ESP Javier Moreno MOV 14h 12:44 + 12:35
134 FRA Axel Domont ALM 14h 12:47 + 12:38
135 BEL Jurgen Roelandts LTS 14h 12:48 + 12:39
136 AUT Stefan Denilf IAM 14h 12:51 + 12:42
137 RUS Andrey Solomennikov GAZ 14h 13:21 + 13:12
138 NOR Vegard Stake Laengen IAM 14h 13:22 + 13:13
139 ITA Giulio Ciccone BAR 14h 13:24 + 13:15
140 ITA Manuele Boaro TCK 14h 13:25 + 13:16
141 RUS Alexander Serov GAZ 14h 13:52 + 13:43
142 NED Pim Ligthart LTS 14h 14:00 + 13:51
143 AUT Riccardo Zoidl TFR 14h 14:17 + 14:08
144 ITA Giacomo Berlato VIN 14h 14:31 + 14:22
145 ESP Cristian Rodríguez STH 14h 14:43 + 14:34
146 USA Joey Rosskopf BMC 14h 15:05 + 14:56
147 FRA Olivier Le Gac FDJ 14h 15:10 + 15:01
148 FRA Arnaud Courteille FDJ 14h 15:20 + 15:11
149 KAZ Bakhtiyar Kozhatayev AST 14h 15:24 + 15:15
150 NED Tom Stamsnijder TGA 14h 15:37 + 15:28
151 AUS Rory Sutherland MOV 14h 16:14 + 16:05
152 NED Martijn Keizer TJL 14h 16:16 + 16:07
153 NED Twan Castelijns TJL 14h 16:34 + 16:25
154 RUS Anton Vorobyev KAT 14h 16:34 + 16:25
155 ESP José Herrada MOV 14h 16:56 + 16:47
156 RUS Alexander Foliforov GAZ 14h 17:05 + 16:56
157 RUS Aleksey Rybalkin GAZ 14h 17:17 + 17:08
158 SUI Fabian Cancellara TFR 14h 18:02 + 17:53
159 RSA Jim Songezo MTN 14h 18:59 + 18:50
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Joe Dombrowski on meeting Giro leader Rigoberto Uran

I first met Rigoberto Uran at my first training camp as a professional rider. We were stationed at the Hotel Vanity Golf in Puerto de Alcudia, Mallorca. He didn’t introduce himself, but I suppose he didn’t really need to either. “Hey, Giovane!” in his Spanish accented Italian was the first thing he said to me when he walked into the room. I don’t know if Rigo knew my name or not, but “Giovane” was right. I was the baby-faced neopro and I was thrown into the deep end of pro cycling with Team Sky.

I ran into Rigo on several occasions that first year at races and camps. We were both part of the machine that is Sky, but Rigo never really seemed to fit the sterilized, corporate-esque mold. In a team that obsessed over data and employed somewhat scripted racing tactics, Rigo seemed the antithesis. He was more about attacking on a whim than gauged efforts, and his charismatic persona could override any furrowed brows over antics that might have been perceived as, well, disruptive.

Rigo left Team Sky for Omega Pharma – Quick-Step at the end of that year, and while we were no longer teammates, I still watched him in the races as a fan. I like riders with a bit of style, and on that front Rigo most certainly delivers.

Fast forward a year, and I had made the jump to Cannondale Garmin. As an American rider, an American team seemed like a good fit, and I felt much more at home. Later on in the season, the rider transfer market was in full swing, and I was asked by the team what I thought of Uran. I didn’t prod, but I figured there was some interest in signing him so I gave my opinion. Rigo is easy going and fun, yet the actions that shape his persona make him a natural leader, a guy you want to ride for without need for a big speech at the front of the team bus. Additionally, the guy looks like a badass on the bike.

The Giro is coming fast now with the big send off at Friday’s prologue. Rigo is our leader, and we’ve got a strong team built around him. No grand tour is easy. The start in Holland will promise plenty of stress in the peloton, and the 10 climbs that summit over 2,000 meters will dole out suffering and high probability of nasty weather. Regardless of the circumstances though, with Rigo in the front seat of the team bus, you can bet there will be plenty of laughs along the way.

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Uran dreams of winning Giro-Olympics double

Rigoberto Urán has grown tired of being second. Twice a runner-up at the Giro d’Italia and a silver medalist in the 2012 London Olympics road race, the 29-year-old Colombian is plotting an ambitious 2016 season.

The goal is to step on the top spot of the podium. He’s taking aim at the races he knows he can win.

“My dream season? To win the Giro and the gold medal in Rio,” Urán told VeloNews. “I’ve been close before, and this year, both races are perfect for me. That’s what we’re working for.”

Urán switched from Etixx – Quick-Step to Cannondale for 2016 in large part because he knew he needed more support in the mountains. Cannondale is overflowing with young, talented climbers, and Urán will have support from riders like Davide Formolo, Joe Dombrowski, and Michael Woods deep in the Dolomites, where he was often left to his own devices at Etixx and Sky.

“I was in a good place in Etixx, but it lacked a little bit in the mountains,” Urán said. “On the flats and the team time trial, they were strong. It’s a team that had a strong tradition in the classics. Last year wasn’t my best Giro, to be fair, but I didn’t see a lot of support in the deep mountains. Here, I will surely get that help I need in the high mountains.”

In 2013, Vincenzo Nibali won the Giro in dominant fashion, but the following year, Urán was caught out in the fiasco over the snow-bound Stelvio. Eventual winner Nairo Quintana of Movistar bounded clear over the snowy summit while Urán, believing the descent was neutralized, stopped to put on more clothing to cover up his pink jersey. Quintana claimed the maglia rosa at the finish line and Urán took second once again. Surprisingly, he said he doesn’t hold a grudge against his compatriot.

“For me, the past is the past. I don’t waste time thinking about what could have happened, should I have won the Giro,” Urán said of the Stelvio debacle. “For me, what happened is what happened, and I ended up second. And now we are thinking about the Giro of 2016.”

After the Giro, the Olympic Games will be waiting like a piece of ripe fruit. A mountainous route favors Urán much more than the sprinter-friendly route of London four years ago. He’s expecting even more in Brazil, where he knows he will be a favorite for gold.

“To be in the Olympics is already special, and to reach that podium, it’s like a climber winning the final sprint in Paris at the Tour de France,” Urán said. “It was huge for me and for Colombia to medal in London. It was Colombia’s first road racing Olympic medal in history.”

Urán races this week at the Tour de Romandie, where he will have a chance to test his racing legs before the Giro. A strong performance will bolster his odds ahead of the pre-Giro favorites such as Astana’s Nibali, Movistar’s Alejandro Valverde, and Sky’s Mikel Landa. Urán said the team is ready to deliver.

“Everything is going well in Cannondale. Everyone knows their role, and we have big expectations for the season,” he said. “I am here for the big tours. The most important thing is to respond.”


Read more at http://velonews.competitor.com/2016/04/news/uran-dreams-of-winning-giro-olympic-double_403534#8TDr5CBEdYWT2zUe.99

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Mi objetivo es el Giro y los Olímpicos': Rigoberto Urán

El colombiano Rigoberto Urán, jefe de filas del Cannondale-Garmin, dijo este viernes que este año buscará ganar el Giro de Italia y los Juegos Olímpicos de Río, eventos a los que llegará con más experiencia, madurez física y mental.

"Es un compromiso muy grande lo que viene este año. Mi idea es ganar el Giro y los Olímpicos", dijo el escarabajo colombiano de 28 años en una conferencia de prensa en Medellín. Indicó que no admitirá segundos lugares pues ya obtuvo la medalla de plata en la olimpiada de Londres en 2012 y fue subcampeón de la carrera rosa en 2013 y 2014.

El pedalista, que abrirá su temporada corriendo los campeonatos nacionales de Colombia a comienzos de febrero y la Tirreno-Adriático, sostuvo que se siente "confiado" por el apoyo que ha recibido en su nueva escuadra, a la que ve "mucho más fuerte" en la montaña en comparación con su anterior equipo, el Etixx-Quick Step.

"Cannondale ha apostado todo por mí y tiene un equipo con más escaladores y totalmente preparado para disputar la carrera, así que espero ganar este año el Giro", afirmó.

Asimismo, reveló que en su equipo han sido "muy claros" en el tema de objetivos. "Me dijeron: 'no importa si queda de último en todas las carreras si gana el Giro', y me cambiaron algunos entrenamientos para mejorar", sostuvo el pedalista.

Urán ve como sus "mayores" rivales en el Giro a los italianos Vicenzo Nibali y Fabio Aru, lo mismo que al español Alberto Contador "si asiste". "Es un grupo de 10 o 12 corredores que siempre estarán disputando la carrera, pero yo estoy ilusionado y con muchos deseos de finalizar primero", pues "seguramente voy a estar mucho más acompañado en la montaña", agregó.

Enfatizó en que este año "va a ser diferente" al tener a todo su equipo "enfocado y trabajando en Europa". Además aseguró que se encuentra en perfecto estado de salud y señaló que en el Cannondale "ya conocemos el recorrido y hemos hecho algunas de las etapas".

Al planteársele la posibilidad de repetir el resultado en Londres, donde finalizó segundo en la prueba de ruta en los Olímpicos, 'Rigo' fue contundente: "¿Otra plata? No lo creo. Tenemos un equipo muy fuerte y hay una gran oportunidad este año de una medalla".

Por último, el líder del Cannondale admitió que pasó "momentos difíciles" en 2015 y eso lo llevó a cambiar de equipo, pero este año estará "mejor preparado" y trabajará con "mucha pasión" para conseguir mejores resultados.

La primera parte de la temporada de Urán incluye correr antes del Giro de Italia la Tirreno-Adriático (ITA), Vuelta a Cataluña (ESP) y Vuelta Romandía (SUI), además de una clásica como la Lieja-Bastoña-Lieja (BEL).

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