2009 Okolo Slovenska - Tour de Slovaquie

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Results

Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Leigh Howard 1989 Australia Team Jayco-AIS 14t 08' 59"
02 Stefan Schäfer 1986 Germany LKT Team Brandenburg 03"
03 Pasquale Muto 1980 Italy Miche - Silver Cross 15"
04 Robert Bengsch 1983 Germany - 29"
05 Jacek Morajko 1981 Poland Mroz Continental Team 37"
06 Frederik Ericsson 1978 Sweden Team Capinordic 44"
07 Andrea Moletta 1979 Italy Miche - Silver Cross 1' 03"
08 Rodrigo Garcia Rena 1980 Spain Miche - Silver Cross 1' 12"
09 Roman Bronis 1976 Slovakia CK Windoor's Pribram 1' 15"
10 Peter Kusztor 1984 Hungary Atlas - Romers's Hausbäckerei 1' 24"
11 Pavol Polievka 1969 Slovakia Dukla Trencin - Merida 1' 26"
12 Przemyslaw Niemiec 1980 Poland Miche - Silver Cross 1' 30"
13 Timon Seubert 1987 Germany - 1' 36"
14 Jonas Aaen Jørgensen 1986 Denmark Team Capinordic 1' 45"
15 Timothy Roe 1989 Australia Savings & Loans Cycling Team 1' 56"
16 Jan Valach 1973 Slovakia Elk Haus 2' 23"
17 Henning Bommel 1983 Germany LKT Team Brandenburg 2' 28"
18 Massimo Giunti 1974 Italy Miche - Silver Cross 3' 42"
19 Ingmar Dassler 1985 Germany LKT Team Brandenburg 4' 14"
20 Kamil Zielinski 1988 Poland CCC Polsat Polkowice 4' 25"
21 Nebojsa Jovanovic 1983 Serbia AC Sparta Praha 4' 26"
22 Martin Mahdar 1989 Slovakia Dukla Trencin - Merida 5' 42"
23 Michael Matthews 1990 Australia Team Jayco-AIS 6' 38"
24 Petr Dlask 1976 Czech Republic Telenet - Fidea 9' 43"
25 Zdenek Stybar 1985 Czech Republic Telenet - Fidea 10' 47"
26 Lucas Persson 1984 Sweden Team Capinordic 10' 53"
27 Kristofers Rācenājs 1985 Latvia - 11' 12"
28 Nico Schneider 1987 Germany Atlas - Romers's Hausbäckerei 11' 29"
29 Roger Kluge 1986 Germany LKT Team Brandenburg 11' 56"
30 Robert Gavenda 1988 Slovakia Telenet - Fidea 12' 36"
31 Adrian Honkisz 1988 Poland CCC Polsat Polkowice 13' 51"
32 Vincent Baestaens 1989 Belgium Telenet - Fidea 14' 49"
33 Jaroslaw Marycz 1987 Poland - 17' 05"
34 Konrad Czajkowski 1980 Poland - 19' 00"
35 Jan Sipeky 1973 Slovakia Dukla Trencin - Merida 19' 24"
36 Nikola Aistrup 1987 Denmark Team Capinordic 21' 36"
37 Martin Boubal 1984 Czech Republic CK Windoor's Pribram 22' 49"
38 Ilya Syrtsev 1987 Russia Moscow 23' 38"
39 Jozef Palcak 1987 Slovakia - 23' 45"
40 Jakub Novak 1988 Slovakia CK Windoor's Pribram 24' 21"
41 Martin Pedersen 1983 Denmark Team Capinordic 24' 36"
42 Ladislav Fabisovsky 1981 Czech Republic AC Sparta Praha 26' 10"
43 Rida Cador 1981 Hungary Atlas - Romers's Hausbäckerei 26' 51"
44 Matej Jurco 1984 Slovakia - 29' 00"
45 Theo Reinhardt 1990 Germany - 29' 15"
46 Maros Kovac 1977 Slovakia Dukla Trencin - Merida 29' 23"
47 Jiri Sibl 1987 Czech Republic CK Windoor's Pribram 30' 20"
48 Andrey Klyuev 1987 Russia Moscow 30' 54"
49 Sergey Valynin 1988 Russia Moscow 31' 02"
50 Florian Salzinger 1983 Germany Atlas - Romers's Hausbäckerei 31' 08"
51 Indulis Bekmanis 1989 Latvia - 32' 57"
52 Kalvis Eisaks 1983 Latvia - 33' 19"
53 Marcel Kalz 1987 Germany - 33' 42"
54 Juraj Sagan 1988 Slovakia Dukla Trencin - Merida 35' 18"
55 Taavi Selder - Estonia - 35' 23"
56 Erik Mohs 1986 Germany Team Nutrixxion - Sparkasse 36' 14"
57 Robert Nagy 1972 Slovakia - 37' 06"
58 Andreas Lindén 1989 Sweden Team Capinordic 37' 49"
59 Rostislav Krotky 1976 Czech Republic AC Sparta Praha 37' 56"
60 Denis Lozinskiy 1990 Russia Moscow 39' 28"
61 Richard Faltus 1977 Czech Republic AC Sparta Praha 39' 29"
62 Evgeniy Kovalev 1989 Russia Vendee U 43' 13"
63 Ondrej Pavek 1980 Czech Republic AC Sparta Praha 45' 11"
64 Fabien Wolf 1984 Switzerland Atlas - Romers's Hausbäckerei 46' 11"
65 Marek Canecky 1988 Slovakia - 47' 56"
66 Dimitrijs Sorokins 1982 Russia - 48' 01"
67 Tomas Danacik 1990 Czech Republic CK Windoor's Pribram 49' 47"
68 Lukas Rohner 1988 Switzerland Atlas - Romers's Hausbäckerei 51' 58"
69 Jakub Kratochvila 1988 Czech Republic CK Windoor's Pribram 52' 09"
70 Martin Haring 1986 Slovakia - 53' 27"
71 Milos Masny 1987 Slovakia - 54' 40"
72 Peter Kosut 1979 Slovakia - 55' 11"
73 Thomas Juhas 1990 Germany - 1t 00' 23"
74 Ivan Viglasky 1985 Slovakia - 1t 00' 57"
75 Martin Uher 1986 Czech Republic AC Sparta Praha 1t 15' 51"
DNF Allan Oras 1975 Estonia -
DNF Martin Frano 1978 Slovakia -
DNF Miroslav Hrbacek 1990 Slovakia -
DNF Radoslaw Kwiatkowski 1987 Poland -
DNF Mark O'Brien 1987 Australia Drapac - Porsche Cycling
DNF Patrik Tybor 1987 Slovakia Dukla Trencin - Merida
DNF Robert Bartko 1975 Germany LKT Team Brandenburg
DNF Mathias Belka 1986 Germany LKT Team Brandenburg
DNF Tomasz Marczynski 1984 Poland Miche - Silver Cross
DNF Ivan Kovalev 1986 Russia Moscow
DNF Jack Bobridge 1989 Australia Team Jayco-AIS
DNF Travis Meyer 1989 Australia Team Jayco-AIS
DNF Quentin Bertholet 1987 Belgium Telenet - Fidea
DNF Bart Wellens 1978 Belgium Telenet - Fidea

Info

RaceOkolo Slovenska - Tour de Slovaquie
Nation Slovakia
DateSeptember 2nd-6th
Edition2009
Classification2.2
Extra Compare top four

Leigh Howard