2009 Le Tour de Bretagne Cycliste

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Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Julien Fouchard 1986 France - 22t 59' 37"
02 Timofey Kritskiy 1987 Russia Katusha CT 1' 20"
03 Jan Ghyselinck 1988 Belgium - 2' 01"
04 Jimmy Engoulvent 1979 France Besson Chaussures - Sojasun 2' 12"
05 Alexander Kristoff 1987 Norway Joker - Bianchi 2' 17"
06 Yuri Metlushenko 1976 Ukraine Amore & Vita - McDonald's 2' 24"
07 Sander Armee 1985 Belgium - 2' 33"
08 Michel Kreder 1987 Netherlands Rabobank CT 2' 39"
09 Davy Commeyne 1980 Belgium - 2' 41"
10 Yohan Cauquil 1985 France Cycling Club Bourgas 2' 51"
11 Maarten De Jonge 1985 Netherlands Skil - Shimano 2' 57"
12 Stian Remme 1982 Norway Joker - Bianchi 3' 03"
13 Lars Petter Nordhaug 1984 Norway Joker - Bianchi 3' 22"
14 Andrew Tennant 1987 Great Britain Team Halfords 3' 22"
15 Alexander Mironov 1984 Russia Katusha CT 3' 34"
16 Yannick Talabardon 1981 France Besson Chaussures - Sojasun 3' 40"
17 Gwenael Teillet 1982 France - 3' 41"
18 Sven Vandousselaere 1988 Belgium Jong Vlaandern - Bauckneckt 3' 42"
19 Lilian Jegou 1976 France Bretagne - Schuller 4' 06"
20 Rudy Lesschaeve 1985 France C.C. Nogent sur Oise 4' 08"
21 Klaas Sys 1986 Belgium - 4' 20"
22 Philipp Mamos 1982 Germany Amore & Vita - McDonald's 4' 25"
23 Jean-Luc Delpech 1979 France Bretagne - Schuller 5' 54"
24 Dennis Van Winden 1987 Netherlands Rabobank CT 6' 26"
25 Bram Schmitz 1977 Netherlands Van Vliet - EBH - Elshof 7' 46"
26 Steven Kruijswijk 1987 Netherlands Rabobank CT 8' 00"
27 Cyrille Monnerais 1983 France Bretagne - Schuller 8' 02"
28 Volodymir Starchyk 1980 Ukraine Amore & Vita - McDonald's 8' 31"
29 Anthony Vignes 1988 France - 8' 32"
30 Joeri Calleeuw 1985 Belgium Jong Vlaandern - Bauckneckt 9' 03"
31 Olivier Grammaire 1977 France SCO Dijon 9' 27"
32 Steven Tronet 1986 France Roubaix - Lille Metropole 10' 14"
33 Pierre-Luc Perichon 1987 France SCO Dijon 10' 47"
34 Gaël Malacarne 1986 France Bretagne - Schuller 11' 06"
35 Jonathan McEvoy 1989 Great Britain - 11' 07"
36 Laurent Le Gac 1987 France - 12' 59"
37 Lars Vierbergen 1988 Netherlands Van Vliet - EBH - Elshof 13' 27"
38 Clement Mahe 1986 France - 13' 44"
39 Pierre Cazaux 1984 France Roubaix - Lille Metropole 13' 50"
40 Miyataka Shimizu 1981 Japan EQA - Meitan Hompo 14' 04"
41 Fabrice Jeandesboz 1984 France Besson Chaussures - Sojasun 15' 07"
42 Benoît Daeninck 1981 France C.C. Nogent sur Oise 15' 46"
43 Julien Guay 1986 France BBOX Bouygues Telecom 15' 48"
44 Pieter Ghyllebert 1982 Belgium Cycling Club Bourgas 15' 50"
45 Richard England 1981 Australia Amore & Vita - McDonald's 16' 20"
46 Thibaut Mace 1986 France - 16' 52"
47 Thomas Berkhout 1984 Netherlands Vacansoleil 19' 26"
48 Morten Höberg Nielsen 1988 Denmark Team Capinordic 20' 49"
49 Jérémie Galland 1983 France Besson Chaussures - Sojasun 21' 25"
50 Vincent Rouxel 1987 France - 22' 31"
51 Joost Van Leijen 1984 Netherlands Vacansoleil 25' 41"
52 Ramon Sinkeldam 1989 Netherlands Rabobank CT 26' 10"
53 Fabian Schaar 1989 Germany - 26' 41"
54 Russell Hampton 1988 Great Britain MagnusMaximusCoffee.com 26' 44"
55 Steven De Neef 1971 Belgium Jong Vlaandern - Bauckneckt 28' 23"
56 Romain Fondard 1984 France Lotto - Bodysol 29' 04"
57 Kazuya Okazaki 1972 Japan EQA - Meitan Hompo 29' 17"
58 Romain Hardy 1988 France - 33' 33"
59 Vladislav Borisov 1978 Russia Amore & Vita - McDonald's 36' 31"
60 Jörg Lehmann 1987 Germany - 36' 41"
61 Martin Prazdnovsky 1975 Slovakia Cycling Club Bourgas 37' 14"
62 Mickael Damien 1986 France EQA - Meitan Hompo 37' 55"
63 Matthieu Jeannes 1987 France - 38' 08"
64 Bryan Nauleau 1988 France - 42' 30"
65 Tom Copeland 1989 Great Britain - 49' 11"
66 Yasuharu Nakajima 1984 Japan EQA - Meitan Hompo 51' 53"
67 Jeremy Honorez 1988 Belgium Lotto - Bodysol 52' 10"
68 Ryan Wills 1988 New Zealand Lotto - Bodysol 52' 26"
69 Phil Cortes 1982 Canada Amore & Vita - McDonald's 53' 28"
70 Jetse Bol 1989 Netherlands Rabobank CT 53' 28"
71 Erick Rowsell 1990 Great Britain - 53' 31"
72 Benjamin Pascual 1988 France - 54' 52"
73 Svein Erik Vold 1985 Norway Joker - Bianchi 56' 45"
74 Nico Keinath 1987 Germany Nazionale Elettronica - Hadimec 58' 08"
75 Stefan Vreugdenhil 1989 Netherlands Van Vliet - EBH - Elshof 58' 12"
76 Nariyuki Masuda 1983 Japan EQA - Meitan Hompo 1t 01' 18"
77 Matthieu Halleguen 1988 France Bretagne - Schuller 1t 03' 38"
78 Mickael Renou 1985 France - 1t 09' 36"
79 Yann Le Quéau 1987 France - 1t 12' 52"
80 Edward Clancy 1985 Great Britain Team Halfords 1t 12' 56"
81 Erwan Brenterch 1986 France - 1t 20' 27"
82 Robert Hayles 1973 Great Britain Team Halfords 1t 25' 19"
DNF Mathieu Bernaudeau 1988 France -
DNF Peter Brouzes 1986 France -
DNF Christophe Diguet 1978 France -
DNF Benoit Ebrard 1983 France -
DNF Geoffrey Febvay 1985 France -
DNF Benjamin Gault 1986 France -
DNF Julien Gonnet 1981 France -
DNF Cedric Herve 1979 France -
DNF Karl-Christian König 1983 Germany -
DNF Romain Mary 1976 France -
DNF Willy Roseau 1988 France -
DNF Frank Schulz 1985 Germany -
DNF Jacob Steigmiller 1990 Germany -
DNF Dennis Vanendert 1988 Belgium -
DNF Tony Hurel 1987 France BBOX Bouygues Telecom
DNF Laurent Mangel 1981 France Besson Chaussures - Sojasun
DNF Julien Simon 1985 France Besson Chaussures - Sojasun
DNF Jean-Marc Bideau 1984 France Bretagne - Schuller
DNF Dimitri Champion 1983 France Bretagne - Schuller
DNF Matthieu Converset 1987 France C.C. Nogent sur Oise
DNF Stéphane Rossetto 1987 France C.C. Nogent sur Oise
DNF Quentin Santy 1989 France C.C. Nogent sur Oise
DNF Zakkari Dempster 1987 Australia Cycling Club Bourgas
DNF Stefan Hristov 1985 Bulgaria Cycling Club Bourgas
DNF Rob Woestenborghs 1976 Belgium Cycling Club Bourgas
DNF Gregor Gazvoda 1981 Slovenia EQA - Meitan Hompo
DNF Ole Haavardsholm 1989 Norway Joker - Bianchi
DNF Frederik Wilmann 1985 Norway Joker - Bianchi
DNF Dimitri Claeys 1987 Belgium Jong Vlaandern - Bauckneckt
DNF Kenny Terweduwe 1988 Belgium Jong Vlaandern - Bauckneckt
DNF Frederik Verkinderen 1988 Belgium Jong Vlaandern - Bauckneckt
DNF Dmitriy Kosyakov 1986 Russia Katusha CT
DNF Alexander Petrovskiy 1988 Russia Katusha CT
DNF Evgeni Popov 1984 Russia Katusha CT
DNF Andrey Solomennikov 1987 Russia Katusha CT
DNF Stephen Collet 1988 Belgium Lotto - Bodysol
DNF Francois Roossens 1981 Belgium Lotto - Bodysol
DNF Rudy Rouet 1985 Belgium Lotto - Bodysol
DNF Ryan Wills 1988 New Zealand Lotto - Bodysol
DNF Florian Guillou 1982 France Roubaix - Lille Metropole
DNF Alexandre Lemair 1988 France Roubaix - Lille Metropole
DNF Paul Moucheraud 1980 France Roubaix - Lille Metropole
DNF Florian Vachon 1985 France Roubaix - Lille Metropole
DNF Alexis Coulon 1988 France SCO Dijon
DNF Nikola Aistrup 1987 Denmark Team Capinordic
DNF Casper Jørgensen 1985 Denmark Team Capinordic
DNF Daniel Kreutzfeldt 1987 Denmark Team Capinordic
DNF Jens Erik Madsen 1981 Denmark Team Capinordic
DNF Thomas Riber Sellebjerg 1987 Denmark Team Capinordic
DNF Arjen Pieter De Baat 1986 Netherlands Van Vliet - EBH - Elshof
DNF Ronan Van Zandbeek 1988 Netherlands Van Vliet - EBH - Elshof

Info

RaceLe Tour de Bretagne Cycliste
Nation France
DateApril 25th-1st
Edition2009
Classification2.2
Extra Compare top four

Julien Fouchard