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2013 Tour du Jura

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Results

Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Matthias Brändle 1989 Austria IAM Cycling 4t 26' 54"
02 Aleksejs Saramotins 1982 Latvia IAM Cycling 2' 19"
03 Andrea Piechele 1987 Italy Ceramica Flaminia - Fondriest 2' 41"
04 Yoann Paillot 1991 France La Pomme Marseille 2' 45"
05 Alfredo Balloni 1989 Italy Ceramica Flaminia - Fondriest 3' 17"
06 Fabian Lienhard 1993 Switzerland - 3' 20"
07 Nicolas Baldo 1984 France Atlas Personal - Jakroo 3' 20"
08 Jonathan Fumeaux 1988 Switzerland IAM Cycling 3' 21"
09 Sébastien Hinault 1974 France IAM Cycling 3' 37"
10 Nicola Dal Santo 1988 Italy Ceramica Flaminia - Fondriest 3' 37"
11 Emanuel Piaskowy 1991 Poland - 3' 39"
12 Julien Antomarchi 1984 France La Pomme Marseille 3' 43"
13 Mirco Saggiorato 1988 Switzerland - 4' 08"
14 Kansatansin Klimiankou 1989 Belarus Atlas Personal - Jakroo 4' 08"
15 Yves Mercier 1987 Switzerland - 4' 11"
16 Alexis Dulin 1992 France - 4' 11"
17 David Belda Garcia 1983 Spain Burgos BH - Castilla y Leon 4' 19"
18 Thery Schir 1993 Switzerland - 5' 03"
19 Radovan Dolezel 1994 Czech Republic AC Sparta Praha 5' 06"
20 Josh Berry 1990 USA La Pomme Marseille 5' 15"
21 Patryk Stosz 1994 Poland TC Chrobry LasockiI Glogow 5' 15"
22 Tom Bohli 1994 Switzerland BMC Development Team 5' 29"
23 Martin Hunal 1989 Czech Republic AC Sparta Praha 5' 29"
24 Nicolas Lüthi 1987 Switzerland Atlas Personal - Jakroo 5' 29"
25 Niels Vandyck 1990 Belgium Verandas Willems 5' 29"
26 Jonas Weiss 1991 Switzerland - 5' 29"
27 Lukas Jaun 1991 Switzerland - 5' 29"
28 Jeremy Burton 1984 Belgium Verandas Willems 5' 29"
29 Alexandre Mercier 1990 Switzerland - 5' 29"
30 Moisés Dueñas Nevado 1981 Spain Burgos BH - Castilla y Leon 5' 29"
31 Jean-Albert Carnevali 1993 Belgium Verandas Willems 5' 29"
32 Quentin Borcy 1991 Belgium Verandas Willems 5' 29"
33 Kilian Moser 1988 Switzerland - 5' 29"
34 Lorenzo Monighetti 1991 Switzerland - 5' 29"
35 Adrien Chenaux 1991 Switzerland Atlas Personal - Jakroo 5' 33"
36 Vincent Kälin 1993 Switzerland - 5' 33"
37 Killian Frankiny 1994 Switzerland BMC Development Team 5' 33"
38 Christopher Jennings 1992 South Africa La Pomme Marseille 5' 33"
39 Sergio Ferrari 1978 Belgium Verandas Willems 5' 33"
40 Marcel Aregger 1990 Switzerland IAM Cycling 5' 33"
41 Felix Baur 1992 Switzerland Atlas Personal - Jakroo 5' 33"
42 Clement Saint-Martin 1991 France La Pomme Marseille 5' 33"
43 Floris Smeyers 1990 Belgium Verandas Willems 5' 33"
44 Nico Brüngger 1988 Switzerland - 5' 40"
45 Pirmin Lang 1984 Switzerland IAM Cycling 5' 40"
46 Johann Tschopp 1982 Switzerland IAM Cycling 5' 40"
47 Edouard Lauber 1988 France - 6' 13"
48 Dominik Fuchs 1990 Switzerland - 6' 32"
49 Christian Andres 1990 Switzerland - 6' 32"
50 Romain Aubert 1988 Switzerland - 7' 23"
51 Petr Hudecek 1982 Czech Republic - 7' 23"
52 Lukas Gerber 1993 Switzerland - 8' 55"
53 Filippo Baggio 1988 Italy Ceramica Flaminia - Fondriest 9' 21"
54 Andrea Fedi 1991 Italy Ceramica Flaminia - Fondriest 9' 21"
55 Bernhard Fürger - Switzerland - 10' 24"
56 Lionel Vare 1985 Switzerland - 10' 40"
57 Dario Hernandez Illana 1990 Spain Burgos BH - Castilla y Leon 11' 30"
58 Giacomo Forconi 1993 Italy Ceramica Flaminia - Fondriest 11' 35"
59 Ondrej Micek 1989 Czech Republic - 12' 32"
60 Till Dreier 1989 Switzerland - 18' 22"
61 Stefan Achermann 1988 Switzerland - 18' 37"
62 Adrian Kucharek 1994 Poland - 18' 37"
63 Unai Arranz Alonso 1993 Spain Burgos BH - Castilla y Leon 20' 42"
64 Jacques Friedli 1993 Switzerland - 20' 42"
OOT Pascal Dieterich 1993 Switzerland -
OOT Clement Dornier 1991 France -
DNF Ramon Bechter 1991 Switzerland -
DNF Pierre Bonnet 1990 France -
DNF Jonas Dellavia - Switzerland -
DNF Samuele Deluigi 1994 Switzerland -
DNF Ondrej Fierla 1993 Czech Republic -
DNF Luca Frasa 1992 Switzerland -
DNF Jan-André Freuler 1992 Switzerland -
DNF Severin Gilig 1986 Switzerland -
DNF Kevin Goulot 1994 France -
DNF Marco Guidi 1992 Switzerland -
DNF Michael Hofstetter 1988 Switzerland -
DNF Christian Kappler 1991 Switzerland -
DNF Nico Knab 1992 Germany -
DNF Patric Kottmann 1983 Switzerland -
DNF Adam Kozusnik 1993 Czech Republic -
DNF Rene Lang 1986 Switzerland -
DNF Antonin Lant 1994 Czech Republic -
DNF Miroslav Marek 1991 Czech Republic -
DNF Wojciech Pszczolarski 1991 Poland -
DNF Maxime Robert 1987 France -
DNF Christian Rutschmann 1985 Switzerland -
DNF Jiri Toman 1987 Czech Republic -
DNF Tomas Holub 1990 Czech Republic AC Sparta Praha
DNF Jan Klabouch 1990 Czech Republic AC Sparta Praha
DNF Pavel Kopecky 1994 Czech Republic AC Sparta Praha
DNF Rostislav Krotky 1976 Czech Republic AC Sparta Praha
DNF Tomas Medek 1993 Czech Republic AC Sparta Praha
DNF Vaclav Viktorin 1983 Czech Republic AC Sparta Praha
DNF Mathieu Chiocca 1985 France Atlas Personal - Jakroo
DNF Claudio Imhoff 1990 Switzerland Atlas Personal - Jakroo
DNF Manuel Stocker 1991 Switzerland Atlas Personal - Jakroo
DNF Valentin Baillifard 1993 Switzerland BMC Development Team
DNF Ignazio Moser 1992 Italy BMC Development Team
DNF Timothy Roe 1989 Australia BMC Development Team
DNF Alexey Vermeulen 1994 USA BMC Development Team
DNF Ander Arranz Alonso 1993 Spain Burgos BH - Castilla y Leon
DNF Federico Butto 1986 Italy Burgos BH - Castilla y Leon
DNF Lukasz Wisniowski 1991 Poland Etixx - iHNed CT
DNF Benjamin Dyball 1989 Australia Huon Salmon - Genesys
DNF Patrick Schelling 1990 Switzerland IAM Cycling
DNF Antoine Lavieu 1990 France La Pomme Marseille
DNF Yannick Martinez 1988 France La Pomme Marseille
DNF Enea Cambianica 1989 Switzerland Lampre - Merida
DNF Guillaume Rase 1991 Belgium Verandas Willems

Info

RaceTour du Jura
Nation Switzerland
Distance 189.8 km
DateSeptember 14th
Edition2013
Classification1.2
Extra Compare top four

Matthias Brändle