2018 Tour de Okinawa

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Results

Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Alan Marangoni 1984 Italy Nippo - Vini Fantini 5t 05' 04"
02 Freddy Ovett 1994 Australia BMC Racing Team 19"
03 Chun Kai Feng 1988 Taiwan Bahrain - Merida 19"
04 Derk Abel Beckeringh 1992 Netherlands - 50"
05 Rei Onodera 1995 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen 1' 29"
06 Yusuke Hatanaka 1985 Japan Team Ukyo 1' 31"
07 Takuya Nakata 1996 Japan Shimano Racing Team 2' 50"
08 Nariyuki Masuda 1983 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen 2' 50"
09 Louis Leinau 1995 Germany Team Sauerland NRW 2' 50"
10 Atsushi Oka 1995 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen 2' 50"
11 Ryu Suzuki 1992 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen 2' 50"
12 Robbie Hucker 1990 Australia Team Ukyo 2' 50"
13 Rick Van Breda 1990 Netherlands Monkey Town 4' 30"
14 Masaki Yamamoto 1996 Japan Kinan Cycling Team 4' 37"
15 Shotaro Iribe 1989 Japan Shimano Racing Team 4' 37"
16 Thomas Lebas 1985 France Kinan Cycling Team 4' 40"
17 Kohei Uchima 1988 Japan Nippo - Vini Fantini 4' 51"
18 Ryo Minato 1992 Japan Shimano Racing Team 4' 51"
19 Naoya Yoshioka 1991 Japan Team Ukyo 4' 51"
20 Kota Sumiyoshi 1991 Japan Aisan Racing Team 4' 51"
21 Masayuki Shibata 1994 Japan Nasu Blasen 4' 51"
22 Manabu Ishibashi 1992 Japan Team Bridgestone Cycling 4' 51"
23 Masakazu Ito 1988 Japan Nippo - Vini Fantini 4' 55"
24 Hayato Okamoto 1995 Japan Nippo - Vini Fantini 4' 55"
25 Daiki Yasuhara 1991 Japan Matrix Powertag 5' 36"
26 Koos Jeroen Kers 1986 Netherlands WP Groot Amsterdam 5' 36"
27 Jose Vicente Toribio 1985 Spain Matrix Powertag 5' 44"
28 Eiichi Hirai 1990 Japan Team Ukyo 5' 44"
29 Raymond Kreder 1989 Netherlands Team Ukyo 7' 25"
30 Joann Leinau 1995 Germany Team Sauerland NRW 7' 25"
31 Toby Orchard 1996 Australia Australian Cycling Academy 8' 35"
32 Jonathon Noble 1996 Australia Australian Cycling Academy 8' 35"
33 Burr Ho 1992 Hong Kong HKSI Pro Cycling Team 8' 35"
34 Hayato Tobaru 1997 Japan NSSU 14' 39"
35 Yasuharu Nakajima 1984 Japan Kinan Cycling Team 14' 56"
36 Genki Yamamoto 1991 Japan Kinan Cycling Team 14' 56"
37 Jo Shigemitsu 1998 Japan NIFS in Kanoya 15' 52"
38 Felix Intra 1995 Germany Team Sauerland NRW 15' 52"
39 Daiki Magosaki 1996 Japan Team Bridgestone Cycling 15' 52"
40 Sora Nomoto 1996 Japan Aisan Racing Team 15' 52"
41 Shunpei Ishii 1997 Japan NIFS in Kanoya 15' 52"
42 Chi Hao Wu 1989 Taiwan Action Cycling Team 15' 52"
43 Ashley MacKay 1996 Australia Australian Cycling Academy 15' 52"
44 Ching Ying Mow 1995 Hong Kong HKSI Pro Cycling Team 15' 55"
45 Masaki Shimojima 1993 Japan Nasu Blasen 15' 57"
46 Daichi Tomio 1997 Japan NIFS in Kanoya 16' 03"
47 Yudai Arashiro 1995 Japan Kinan Cycling Team 16' 03"
48 Jing Huei Wang 1996 Taiwan Ljubljana Gusto Xaurum 16' 32"
49 Teun Mouris 1998 Netherlands WP Groot Amsterdam 16' 34"
50 Lars Van de Vall 1985 Netherlands WTC de Amstel 16' 34"
51 Irish Valenzuela 1987 Philippines 7 Eleven - RBP 16' 34"
52 Takahiro Koyama 1996 Japan Shimano Racing Team 16' 34"
53 Amarni Gates 1999 Australia Australian Cycling Academy 16' 34"
54 Warut Paekrathok 1999 Thailand Team WCC Korea Satellite 16' 34"
55 Ratchanon Yaowarat 1999 Thailand Team WCC Korea Satellite 16' 34"
56 Shao Hsuan Lu 1994 Taiwan Ljubljana Gusto Xaurum 16' 34"
57 Nattapol Jumchat 1996 Thailand - 16' 34"
58 Keisuke Kimura 1991 Japan Shimano Racing Team 17' 44"
59 Tasuku Yagi - Japan - 23' 41"
60 Kanei Kubota 1998 Japan Asahi University 23' 41"
OOT Nimuhamadsulhairee Lohmoh 1998 Thailand -
OOT Dominic Perez 1994 Philippines 7 Eleven - RBP
OOT Shotaro Watanabe 1994 Japan Aisan Racing Team
OOT Chun Kin Lai 1998 Hong Kong HKSI Pro Cycling Team
OOT Wan Yau Lau 1996 Hong Kong HKSI Pro Cycling Team
OOT Hayato Nishio 1994 Japan Nasu Blasen
OOT Peerapol Chawchiangkwang 1986 Thailand Thailand Continental CT
DNF Masaru Fukuhara 1981 Japan -
DNF Mark Galedo 1985 Philippines 7 Eleven - RBP
DNF Daisuke Kaneko 1991 Japan 7 Eleven - RBP
DNF Chien Liang Chen 1993 Taiwan Action Cycling Team
DNF Shiki Kuroeda 1992 Japan Aisan Racing Team
DNF Wan Hei Lau 1995 Hong Kong HKSI Pro Cycling Team
DNF Airan Fernandez 1988 Spain Matrix Powertag
DNF Junya Sano 1982 Japan Matrix Powertag
DNF Takaaki Higuchi 1995 Japan Nasu Blasen
DNF Taisei Narumi 1999 Japan NIFS in Kanoya
DNF Toya Nitta 1998 Japan NIFS in Kanoya
DNF Hayato Yoshida 1989 Japan Nippo - Vini Fantini
DNF Ryoki Henzan - Japan NSSU
DNF Hiroaki Harada 1993 Japan Team Bridgestone Cycling
DNF Jin Okubo 1988 Japan Team Bridgestone Cycling
DNF Jonas Härtig 1997 Germany Team Sauerland NRW
DNF Christoph Schweizer 1986 Germany Team Sauerland NRW
DNF Takayuki Abe 1986 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen

Info

RaceTour de Okinawa
Nation Japan
Distance 210 km
DateNovember 11th
Edition2018
Classification1.2
Extra Compare top four

Alan Marangoni