2008 Tour de Serbia

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Results

Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Matija Kvasina 1981 Croatia Perutnina Ptuj 27t 12' 35"
02 Radoslav Rogina 1979 Croatia Perutnina Ptuj 14"
03 Eddy Ratti 1977 Italy Nippo - Endeka 2' 12"
04 Kristijan Durasek 1987 Croatia Perutnina Ptuj 2' 12"
05 Danilo Andrenacci 1978 Italy Hadimec - Nazionale Elettronica 7' 02"
06 Nebojsa Jovanovic 1983 Serbia Cosmote Kastro 7' 28"
07 Hrvoje Miholjevic 1979 Croatia - 7' 28"
08 Oļegs Meļehs 1982 Latvia Dynatek - Latvia 7' 48"
09 Predrag Prokic 1982 Serbia Toshiba - Santo p/b Herbalife 8' 10"
10 Fabio Gilioli 1979 Italy Amore & Vita - McDonald's 8' 11"
11 Volodymir Starchyk 1980 Ukraine Dynatek - Latvia 8' 33"
12 Matej Marin 1980 Slovenia Perutnina Ptuj 8' 42"
13 Miguel Angel Rubiano 1984 Colombia Centri della Calzatura - Partizan 9' 02"
14 Oleksandr Sheydyk 1980 Ukraine ISD Sport Donetsk 9' 12"
15 Vincenzo Garofalo 1982 Italy Nippo - Endeka 9' 15"
16 Maros Kovac 1977 Slovakia Dukla Trencin - Merida 9' 41"
17 Aurelien Ribet 1985 France - 10' 32"
18 Leon Burger 1985 Netherlands - 10' 36"
19 Luca Zanasca 1983 Italy Centri della Calzatura - Partizan 10' 47"
20 Petr Dlask 1976 Czech Republic Fidea 11' 14"
21 Roman Bronis 1976 Slovakia Dukla Trencin - Merida 11' 14"
22 Luka Rakusa 1985 Slovenia Perutnina Ptuj 13' 32"
23 Stefan Hristov 1985 Bulgaria Nippo - Endeka 15' 36"
24 Thosben Nilewski - Germany - 16' 02"
25 Peter Ronsse 1980 Belgium Cyclingnews - Jako 18' 18"
26 Mariusz Wiesiak 1981 Poland Nippo - Endeka 18' 22"
27 Florian Fromm 1980 Germany - 19' 14"
28 Domenico Agosta 1983 Italy Nippo - Endeka 19' 33"
29 Emanuel Kiserlovski 1984 Croatia - 20' 14"
30 Tom Last 1988 Great Britain - 20' 14"
31 Plamen Dimov 1980 Bulgaria - 20' 51"
32 Marko Tomic 1988 Serbia Cosmote Kastro 20' 51"
33 Dragan Spasic 1982 Serbia - 21' 21"
34 Attila Arvai 1974 Hungary P-Nivo - Betonexpressz 2000 21' 51"
35 Slawomir Kohut 1977 Poland Amore & Vita - McDonald's 22' 35"
36 Zsolt Der 1983 Hungary Centri della Calzatura - Partizan 23' 10"
37 Simone Cadamuro 1976 Italy Nippo - Endeka 25' 33"
38 Bart Wellens 1978 Belgium Fidea 30' 05"
39 Marco Ghiselli 1982 Italy Hadimec - Nazionale Elettronica 30' 10"
40 James Sampson 1986 Great Britain - 30' 10"
41 Andrej Omulec 1982 Slovenia Perutnina Ptuj 32' 55"
42 Herberts Pudans 1986 Latvia Dynatek - Latvia 32' 55"
43 Daniele Callegarin 1982 Italy Centri della Calzatura - Partizan 34' 59"
44 Matthew Higgins 1977 Great Britain - 35' 06"
45 Kevin Pauwels 1984 Belgium Fidea 39' 25"
46 Juraj Sagan 1988 Slovakia Dukla Trencin - Merida 39' 25"
47 Dmitri Nikandrov 1979 Russia Centri della Calzatura - Partizan 43' 59"
48 Richard Cartland 1979 Great Britain - 44' 13"
49 Eugenio Loria 1981 Italy P-Nivo - Betonexpressz 2000 45' 00"
50 Esad Hasanovic 1985 Serbia Centri della Calzatura - Partizan 45' 15"
51 Ivailo Gabrovski 1978 Bulgaria - 46' 06"
52 Gilles Cirone 1980 France - 46' 08"
53 Alexandre Roger 1985 France - 46' 36"
54 Sergiy Gretchyn 1979 Ukraine Dynatek - Latvia 48' 09"
55 Slawomyr Bury 1985 Poland Amore & Vita - McDonald's 48' 58"
56 Tom Meeusen 1988 Belgium Fidea 48' 58"
57 Michael Gaubitzer 1983 Austria - 50' 31"
58 Tomislav Danculovic 1980 Croatia - 51' 12"
59 Tom Jelte Slagter 1989 Netherlands - 52' 01"
60 Aleksandar Dukic 1987 Serbia - 52' 01"
61 Akos Haizer 1985 Hungary P-Nivo - Betonexpressz 2000 53' 37"
62 Michael Fitzgerald 1988 Australia Cyclingnews - Jako 53' 37"
63 Jempy Drucker 1986 Luxembourg Fidea 53' 37"
64 Vid Ogris 1985 Slovenia - 58' 05"
65 Christian Zacher - Germany - 58' 06"
66 Jan Sipeky 1973 Slovakia Dukla Trencin - Merida 58' 37"
67 Dejan Vidakovic 1982 Serbia - 59' 09"
68 Goran Smelcerovic 1982 Serbia - 1t 01' 46"
69 Ferdinand Bruckner 1971 Austria - 1t 05' 48"
70 Timothy Buchahan 1978 Germany - 1t 07' 11"
71 Thomas Taubel 1974 Austria - 1t 08' 14"
72 Gints Reinolds 1987 Latvia Dynatek - Latvia 1t 08' 14"
73 Pasquale Iachini 1984 Italy Hadimec - Nazionale Elettronica 1t 11' 59"
74 Thijs Barber 1986 Netherlands - 1t 11' 59"
75 Aleksandar Milivojevic 1987 Serbia - 1t 11' 59"
76 Nick Mitchell 1985 Australia Cyclingnews - Jako 1t 19' 10"
77 Matt Cronshaw 1988 Great Britain - 1t 19' 10"
78 Armando Camelo 1981 Italy Hadimec - Nazionale Elettronica 1t 19' 55"
79 Dean Podgornik 1979 Slovenia - 1t 20' 19"
80 Evgen Sidorov - Ukraine - 1t 20' 19"
81 Jody Tesselaar 1974 Netherlands - 1t 23' 16"
82 Igor Pajovic 1977 Serbia - 1t 23' 44"
83 Julian Steinmeyer - Germany - 1t 24' 27"
84 Erik Hopman 1985 Netherlands - 1t 27' 52"
85 Igor Kranjec 1972 Slovenia - 1t 30' 30"
86 Milan Marjanovic 1984 Serbia - 1t 33' 56"
87 Michael Pavlli - Austria - 1t 33' 56"
88 Nikola Milanovic - Serbia - 1t 33' 56"
89 Marek Matejka 1988 Czech Republic - 1t 33' 56"
90 Bjorn Cornelissen 1976 Netherlands Cyclingnews - Jako 1t 48' 45"
91 Dorde Jovanovic 1989 Serbia - 1t 48' 45"
92 Marko Stankovic 1988 Serbia - 1t 48' 45"
DNF Pavlin Balinski 1989 Bulgaria -
DNF Pavel Chumanov 1968 Bulgaria -
DNF Camiel Denis 1983 Netherlands -
DNF Nedko Dyankov 1989 Bulgaria -
DNF Damyan Filipov 1985 Bulgaria -
DNF Nicolas Fritsch 1978 France -
DNF Sergej Galabov 1988 Bulgaria -
DNF Darko Glavonjic 1987 Serbia -
DNF James Joshua - Canada -
DNF Anton Kaniuk 1986 Ukraine -
DNF Edit Karabegovic - Bosnia -
DNF Vedad Karic 1988 Bosnia -
DNF Gabor Kazsa 1989 Serbia -
DNF Volodymyr Kogut 1984 Ukraine -
DNF Mile Kovac 1989 Bosnia -
DNF Samir Kovacevic 1976 Bosnia -
DNF Christian Lichtenberg 1986 Germany -
DNF Mladen Mirkovic 1983 Serbia -
DNF Zakhar Nebaba 1988 Ukraine -
DNF Mika Nieminen 1983 Finland -
DNF Anes Ramic - Bosnia -
DNF Julian Steinmeyer - Germany -
DNF Albedin Zigic 1981 Bosnia -
DNF Mikhail Timochine 1980 Russia Amore & Vita - McDonald's
DNF Vladislav Borisov 1978 Russia CK Windoor's Pribram
DNF Thomas Lebas 1985 France Cofidis
DNF Samuel Eadie 1988 New Zealand Cyclingnews - Jako
DNF Matt Green 1988 Great Britain Cyclingnews - Jako
DNF Vladyslav Hryn 1989 Ukraine Danieli Cycling Team
DNF Patrik Tybor 1987 Slovakia Dukla Trencin - Merida
DNF Branislav Zachar 1986 Slovakia Dukla Trencin - Merida
DNF Erwin Vervecken 1972 Belgium Fidea
DNF Sante Di Nizio 1982 Italy Hadimec - Nazionale Elettronica
DNF Bernhard Oberholzer 1985 Switzerland Hadimec - Nazionale Elettronica
DNF Daniele Colli 1982 Italy P-Nivo - Betonexpressz 2000
DNF Zoltan Mecseri 1987 Hungary P-Nivo - Betonexpressz 2000

Info

RaceTour de Serbia
Nation Serbia
DateJune 16th-22nd
Edition2008
Classification2.2
Extra Compare top four