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2011 Prudential RideLondon - Surrey Classic

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Results

Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Mark Cavendish 1985 Great Britain Team HTC - Highroad 3t 18' 11"
02 Sacha Modolo 1987 Italy Colnago - CSF Inox 00"
03 Samuel Dumoulin 1980 France Cofidis 00"
04 Stuart O'Grady 1973 Australia Leopard Trek 00"
05 Michal Golas 1984 Poland Vacansoleil - DCM 00"
06 Borut Bozic 1980 Slovenia Vacansoleil - DCM 00"
07 Alexander Kristoff 1987 Norway BMC Racing Team 00"
08 Matthew Goss 1986 Australia Team HTC - Highroad 00"
09 Ian Bibby 1986 Great Britain Motorpoint 00"
10 Andrew Tennant 1987 Great Britain Rapha Condor - Sharp 00"
11 Bartlomiej Matysiak 1984 Poland CCC Polsat Polkowice 00"
12 Dan Craven 1983 Namibia Rapha Condor - Sharp 00"
13 Jeremy Hunt 1974 Great Britain Sky ProCycling 00"
14 Michal Kwiatkowski 1990 Poland Team RadioShack 00"
15 Jure Kocjan 1984 Slovenia Team Type 1 - Sanofi 07"
16 Roger Hammond 1974 Great Britain Garmin-Cervélo 10"
17 Ian Stannard 1987 Great Britain Sky ProCycling 15"
18 Russell Downing 1978 Great Britain Sky ProCycling 25"
19 David Clarke 1979 Great Britain Endura Racing 42"
20 Marcin Bialoblocki 1983 Poland Motorpoint 42"
21 Marcel Kalz 1987 Germany - 42"
22 Tom Thill 1990 Luxembourg Team Differdange - Magic Sportsfood 42"
23 Sergei Pomoshnikov 1990 Russia - 42"
24 Gorazd Stangelj 1973 Slovenia Astana 42"
25 Evgeny Bakhin 1988 Russia - 42"
26 Jason White - Great Britain - 42"
27 Sam Bennett 1990 Ireland An Post - Sean Kelly 42"
28 Yoann Offredo 1986 France FDJ 42"
29 Tom Last 1988 Great Britain Sigma Sport - Specialized 42"
30 David McCann 1973 Ireland Giant Kenda Cycling Team 42"
31 Yukiya Arashiro 1984 Japan Team Europcar 42"
32 Pit Schlechter 1990 Luxembourg - 42"
33 Robert Kiserlovski 1986 Croatia Astana 42"
34 Tony Gallopin 1988 France Cofidis 42"
35 Kurt Asle Arvesen 1975 Norway Sky ProCycling 42"
36 Daniel Fleeman 1982 Great Britain Team Raleigh 42"
37 Vladimir Miholjevic 1974 Croatia Acqua e Sapone 42"
38 Deni Banicek 1990 Croatia Loborika Favorit Team 42"
39 Diego Ulissi 1989 Italy Lampre - ISD 42"
40 Simon Richardson 1983 Great Britain Sigma Sport - Specialized 42"
41 Liam Holohan 1988 Great Britain Team Raleigh 42"
42 Jonathan Hivert 1985 France Saur - Sojasun 42"
43 Evan Oliphant 1982 Great Britain Endura Racing 42"
44 Patrick Bercz 1989 Germany Team Eddy Merckx - Indeland 42"
45 James Moss 1985 Great Britain Endura Racing 42"
46 Blel Kadri 1986 France AG2R La Mondiale 42"
47 Rafael Rodriguez Segarra 1981 Spain - 42"
48 Joseph Perrett 1991 Great Britain - 42"
49 Jonathan McEvoy 1989 Great Britain Motorpoint 42"
50 Gael Le Bellec 1988 France Team Raleigh 42"
51 Maciej Paterski 1986 Poland Liquigas-Cannondale 42"
52 Christian Meier 1985 Canada UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling 42"
53 Russell Hampton 1988 Great Britain Sigma Sport - Specialized 42"
54 Kristjan Koren 1986 Slovenia Liquigas-Cannondale 42"
55 Richard Handley 1990 Great Britain Team Raleigh 42"
56 Julian Dean 1975 New Zealand Garmin-Cervélo 42"
57 Edward Clancy 1985 Great Britain Rapha Condor - Sharp 42"
58 Oscar Gatto 1985 Italy Farnese Vini - Neri Sottoli 42"
59 Maciej Bodnar 1985 Poland Liquigas-Cannondale 42"
60 Clinton Avery 1987 New Zealand - 42"
61 Steve Cummings 1981 Great Britain Sky ProCycling 42"
62 Lars Petter Nordhaug 1984 Norway Sky ProCycling 42"
63 Eros Capecchi 1986 Italy Liquigas-Cannondale 42"
64 Bob Jungels 1992 Luxembourg - 42"
65 Luca Paolini 1977 Italy Katusha Team 42"
66 Michael Cuming 1990 Great Britain - 42"
67 Ty Magner 1991 USA Team Type 1 - Sanofi 42"
68 Ian Boswell 1991 USA Trek - Livestrong 42"
69 Tom David 1990 New Zealand - 42"
70 Leigh Howard 1989 Australia Team HTC - Highroad 50"
71 Heinrich Haussler 1984 Australia Garmin-Cervélo 50"
72 Daniel Lloyd 1980 Great Britain Garmin-Cervélo 50"
73 Tom Boonen 1980 Belgium Quick Step 1' 33"
74 Kevin De Weert 1982 Belgium Quick Step 1' 33"
75 Jan Bakelants 1986 Belgium Omega Pharma-Lotto 1' 33"
76 Jurgen Van De Walle 1974 Belgium Omega Pharma-Lotto 1' 33"
77 Alexandre Blain 1981 France Endura Racing 1' 33"
78 Michael Matthews 1990 Australia Rabobank 1' 43"
79 Peter Kennaugh 1989 Great Britain Sky ProCycling 1' 43"
80 Alex Dowsett 1988 Great Britain Sky ProCycling 1' 43"
81 Thomas Murray 1985 Great Britain Sigma Sport - Specialized 2' 02"
82 Kristian House 1979 Great Britain Rapha Condor - Sharp 2' 02"
83 Andrew Fenn 1990 Great Britain An Post - Sean Kelly 2' 36"
84 David Veilleux 1987 Canada Team Europcar 3' 10"
85 Dominique Rollin 1982 Canada FDJ 3' 10"
86 Yukihiro Doi 1983 Japan Skil - Shimano 3' 10"
87 Tyler Farrar 1984 USA Garmin-Cervélo 3' 23"
88 Gavin Mannion 1991 USA Trek - Livestrong 5' 24"
89 Luka Grubic 1989 Croatia - 6' 05"
90 Stuart Wight 1992 Canada - 6' 05"
91 James Sampson 1986 Great Britain Motorpoint 6' 05"
92 Marcel Six - Great Britain - 6' 05"
93 Tom Kohn 1989 Luxembourg - 6' 05"
94 Roman Kolstov 1981 Russia - 6' 05"
95 Ian Knight - Great Britain - 6' 05"
96 Adil Jelloul 1982 Morocco - 6' 05"
97 Peter Hawkins 1985 Ireland - 6' 05"
98 Andrew Griffiths 1989 Great Britain - 6' 05"
99 Gregolry Alves Freit Panizo 1985 Brazil Clube DataRo de Ciclismo 6' 05"
100 Victor Sudeykin 1986 Russia - 6' 05"
101 Jason Christie 1990 New Zealand - 6' 05"
102 Fabian Schnaidt 1990 Germany Seven Stones 6' 05"
103 Mouhssine Lahsaini 1985 Morocco - 6' 05"
104 Nico Eeckhout 1970 Belgium An Post - Sean Kelly 6' 05"
105 Stijn Joseph 1987 Belgium Topsport Vlaanderen - Mercator 6' 05"
106 Jose Eriberto Medeir Rodrigues Filho 1984 Brazil - 6' 05"
107 Matthew Jones 1989 Great Britain Team Raleigh 6' 05"
108 Jake Hales 1991 Great Britain - 6' 05"
109 Gideoni Monteiro 1989 Brazil - 6' 05"
110 Marcel Meisen 1989 Germany Team Eddy Merckx - Indeland 6' 05"
111 Ian Wilkinson 1979 Great Britain Endura Racing 6' 05"
112 Richard Hepworth 1987 Great Britain - 6' 05"
113 Gediminas Bagdonas 1985 Lithuania An Post - Sean Kelly 6' 05"
114 Simon Gaywood 1979 Great Britain - 6' 05"
115 Peter Williams 1986 Great Britain Motorpoint 6' 05"
116 Richard Cartland 1979 Great Britain - 6' 05"
117 Tanner Putt 1992 USA - 6' 05"
118 Chris Froome 1985 Great Britain Sky ProCycling 6' 05"
119 Philip Lavery 1990 Ireland An Post - Sean Kelly 6' 05"
120 Takashi Miyazawa 1978 Japan Farnese Vini - Neri Sottoli 7' 21"
121 Shinichi Fukushima 1971 Japan Terengganu Cycling Team 10' 46"
122 Jamie Riggs 1989 Canada - 10' 46"
123 Ross Creber 1988 Great Britain - 10' 46"
124 Tom Schanen 1991 Luxembourg - 10' 46"
125 Graham Briggs 1983 Great Britain Rapha Condor - Sharp 10' 46"
126 Cleberson Weber 1984 Brazil Clube DataRo de Ciclismo 12' 12"
127 Chris McNamara 1975 Great Britain - 14' 30"
128 Martyn Irvine 1985 Ireland Giant Kenda Cycling Team 16' 14"
129 Felix English 1992 Ireland - 16' 14"
130 Theo Reinhardt 1990 Germany - 16' 14"
DNS Ole Martin Ølmheim 1990 Norway Team Østerhus-Ridley
DNF Dale Appleby 1986 Great Britain -
DNF Tarik Chaoufi 1986 Morocco -
DNF Mohamed El Ammoury 1977 Morocco -
DNF Stephen Gallagher 1980 Ireland -
DNF Abdelatif Saadoune 1976 Morocco -
DNF Aleksey Velikanov 1989 Russia -
DNF Yusuke Hatanaka 1985 Japan Shimano Racing Team
DNF Steve Lampier 1984 Great Britain Sigma Sport - Specialized

Info

RacePrudential RideLondon - Surrey Classic
Nation Great Britain
Distance 140 km
DateAugust 14th
Edition2011
Classification1.2
Extra Compare top four

Mark Cavendish