2009 Tour de Okinawa

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Results

Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Kenji Itami 1988 Japan Team Bridgestone - Anchor 5t 01' 22"
02 Takayuki Abe 1986 Japan Shimano Racing Team 03"
03 Shinichi Fukushima 1971 Japan EQA - Meitan Hompo 2' 04"
04 Yoshiyuki Shimizu 1982 Japan Blitzen Utsunomiya 2' 15"
05 Shinri Suzuki 1974 Japan Shimano Racing Team 2' 15"
06 Junya Sano 1982 Japan - 2' 15"
07 Miyataka Shimizu 1981 Japan EQA - Meitan Hompo 2' 17"
08 Kazuo Inoue 1981 Japan - 2' 17"
09 Yasuharu Nakajima 1984 Japan EQA - Meitan Hompo 2' 17"
10 Makoto Iijima 1971 Japan Team Bridgestone - Anchor 2' 18"
11 Chan Jae Jang 1989 South Korea - 2' 18"
12 Ying Hon Yeung 1988 Hong Kong - 2' 19"
13 Masaaki Kikuchi 1986 Japan EQA - Meitan Hompo 2' 19"
14 Taichi Togao 1985 Japan - 2' 20"
15 Hidenori Nodera 1975 Japan Shimano Racing Team 2' 20"
16 Takeshi Igarashi 1980 Japan - 2' 25"
17 Takashi Miyazawa 1978 Japan EQA - Meitan Hompo 3' 39"
18 Satoshi Hirose 1976 Japan - 3' 41"
19 Kam-Po Wong 1973 Hong Kong - 3' 43"
20 Ryoma Nonaka 1989 Japan - 3' 44"
21 Yoshinori Iino 1983 Japan Shimano Racing Team 3' 44"
22 Masaru Fukuhara 1981 Japan Team Bridgestone - Anchor 3' 46"
23 Kazuyuki Manabe 1970 Japan - 3' 47"
24 Yoshimasa Hirose 1977 Japan Blitzen Utsunomiya 3' 48"
25 Keisuke Kamata 1979 Japan - 3' 48"
26 Tomoya Kano 1973 Japan Shimano Racing Team 3' 48"
27 Takayuki Naganuma 1985 Japan Blitzen Utsunomiya 3' 48"
28 Masaki Wakumoto 1988 Japan Matrix Powertag 3' 49"
29 Yasuhiro Nito 1975 Japan - 3' 50"
30 Joseph Lewis 1989 Australia Drapac - Porsche Cycling 4' 15"
31 Ho Ting Kwok 1988 Hong Kong - 4' 17"
32 Nozomu Kimori 1989 Japan - 4' 17"
33 Kohei Uchima 1988 Japan - 4' 18"
34 Hayato Yoshida 1989 Japan - 4' 18"
35 William Tarride 1989 France - 4' 21"
36 Shih Chang Huang 1988 Taiwan - 4' 21"
37 Yoshimitsu Hiratsuka 1988 Japan - 4' 23"
38 Masaki Hirabayashi 1977 Japan - 4' 24"
39 Li Yao Chiang 1985 Taiwan - 4' 24"
40 Chun Kai Feng 1988 Taiwan - 4' 25"
41 Shu Ming Liu 1986 Taiwan - 4' 44"
42 Dean Windsor 1986 Australia Drapac - Porsche Cycling 8' 55"
43 Mathieu Delaroziere 1985 France La Pomme Marseille 8' 57"
44 Lars Pria 1983 Romania Letua Cycling Team 8' 59"
45 Keita Iwashima 1979 Japan - 10' 10"
46 Masamichi Yamamoto 1978 Japan Team Bridgestone - Anchor 10' 10"
47 Juntarou Yamakawa 1982 Japan - 13' 44"
48 Kazushige Kuboki 1989 Japan - 13' 49"
49 Tatsuhiro Hashimoto 1988 Japan - 13' 51"
50 Takashi Fukuda 1988 Japan - 13' 51"
51 Seung-Won Yang 1990 South Korea - 13' 51"
52 Wei Cheng Lee 1985 Taiwan - 13' 52"
53 Masafumi Yamane 1976 Japan - 13' 52"
54 Noritaka Tanahara 1989 Japan - 13' 53"
55 Takashi Nakayama 1989 Japan - 13' 53"
56 Seiichi Koshinomi 1988 Japan - 13' 53"
57 Masayuki Kimura 1973 Japan - 13' 53"
58 Tomonori Sato 1990 Japan - 13' 54"
59 Yusuke Higuma 1982 Japan - 13' 55"
60 King Wai Cheung 1985 Hong Kong - 13' 58"
61 Jaan Kirsipuu 1969 Estonia Letua Cycling Team 16' 33"
62 Yong Li Ng 1985 Malaysia Letua Cycling Team 16' 34"
63 Yoann Bagot 1987 France La Pomme Marseille 16' 36"
64 Wei Chieh Liu 1988 Taiwan - 17' 21"
65 Masakazu Ito 1988 Japan - 17' 23"
66 Thomas Berlivet 1982 Kazakhstan - 17' 25"
67 Kensyo Sawada 1989 Japan Matrix Powertag 18' 08"
68 Daniel Braunsteins 1988 Australia Drapac - Porsche Cycling 19' 22"
69 Mohamed Rhazif Salleh 1983 Malaysia Letua Cycling Team 19' 23"
70 Goji Kawamura 1986 Japan - 19' 25"
71 Koya Tanaka 1988 Japan - 19' 25"
72 Sang Hong Park 1989 South Korea - 19' 26"
73 Shogo Yamanoha 1984 Japan - 19' 28"
74 Kuan Hua Lai 1981 Taiwan Giant Asia Racing Team 19' 45"
75 Masanori Noguchi 1990 Japan - 21' 57"
76 Chih Wei Li 1987 Taiwan - 23' 41"
77 Seigo Wako 1989 Japan - 24' 26"
78 Thomas Vaubourzeix 1989 France - 25' 03"
79 Seok-Jin Joon 1989 South Korea - 25' 05"
80 Mitsunari Mitaki 1984 Japan Team Bridgestone - Anchor 27' 43"
81 Makoto Nakata 1976 Japan - 27' 43"
82 Po Chu Chou 1975 Taiwan - 27' 45"
83 Wataru Yamakuni 1989 Japan - 27' 46"
DNF Shiro Enatsu 1988 Japan -
DNF Yung Yi Fan 1978 Taiwan -
DNF Takayuki Higo 1985 Japan -
DNF Tsung-Hong Hou 1975 Taiwan -
DNF Akira Kodan 1988 Japan -
DNF Kaoru Obata 1976 Japan -
DNF Hiroki Osaka 1990 Japan -
DNF Kou-Chi Pan 1978 Taiwan -
DNF Hikaru Kosaka 1988 Japan Blitzen Utsunomiya
DNF Thomas Palmer 1990 Australia Drapac - Porsche Cycling
DNF Robbie Williams 1985 Australia Drapac - Porsche Cycling
DNF Alexandre Geniez 1988 France La Pomme Marseille
DNF Sun Jae Jang 1984 South Korea Team Neotel

Info

RaceTour de Okinawa
Nation Japan
Distance km
DateNovember 7th-8th
Edition2009
Classification2.2
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