2013 Japan Cup Criterium

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Results

Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Steele von Hoff 1987 Australia Garmin - Sharp 42' 48"
02 Bernhard Eisel 1981 Austria Sky ProCycling 00"
03 Matteo Trentin 1989 Italy Omega Pharma - Quick Step 00"
04 Charles Bradley Huff 1979 USA Jelly Belly p/b Kenda 00"
05 Fumiyuki Beppu 1983 Japan Orica - GreenEDGE 00"
06 Matthew Brammeier 1985 Ireland Champion System 00"
07 Matthias Friedemann 1984 Germany Champion System 00"
08 Kazuhiro Mori 1982 Japan Aisan Racing Team 00"
09 Peter Sagan 1990 Slovakia Cannondale Pro Cycling 00"
10 Jin Okubo 1988 Japan Team Ukyo 00"
11 Elia Favilli 1989 Italy Lampre - Merida 00"
12 Mihkel Raim 1993 Estonia Amore & Vita 00"
13 Matti Breschel 1984 Denmark Team Saxo - Tinkoff 00"
14 Shiki Kuroeda 1992 Japan - 00"
15 Nelson Oliveira 1989 Portugal RadioShack - Leopard 00"
16 Valerio Conti 1993 Italy Lampre - Merida 00"
17 Shinri Suzuki 1974 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen 00"
18 Sean Mazich 1986 USA Jelly Belly p/b Kenda 00"
19 Jack Bauer 1985 New Zealand Garmin - Sharp 00"
20 Robbie McEwen 1972 Australia - 00"
21 Carlos Verona 1992 Spain Omega Pharma - Quick Step 00"
22 Nathan Haas 1989 Australia Garmin - Sharp 00"
23 Jose Vicente Toribio 1985 Spain Team Ukyo 00"
24 Serghei Tvetcov 1988 Romania Jelly Belly p/b Kenda 00"
25 Damiano Cunego 1981 Italy Lampre - Merida 00"
26 Matthias Krizek 1988 Austria Cannondale Pro Cycling 04"
27 Taiji Nishitani 1981 Japan Aisan Racing Team 04"
28 Julien Vermote 1989 Belgium Omega Pharma - Quick Step 09"
29 Antonio Di Battista 1986 Italy Amore & Vita 14"
30 Uri Martins 1990 Mexico Amore & Vita 17"
31 Luis Lemus 1992 Mexico Jelly Belly p/b Kenda 17"
32 Manuele Mori 1980 Italy Lampre - Merida 17"
33 Kazuki Aoyanagi 1989 Japan Shimano Racing Team 17"
34 Takayuki Abe 1986 Japan Team Ukyo 19"
35 Takashi Miyazawa 1978 Japan Team Saxo - Tinkoff 19"
36 Naoya Uchino 1994 Japan - 19"
37 Juraj Sagan 1988 Slovakia Cannondale Pro Cycling 19"
38 Ivan Basso 1977 Italy Cannondale Pro Cycling 19"
39 Chad Beyer 1986 USA Champion System 19"
40 Nariyuki Masuda 1983 Japan Cannondale Pro Cycling 19"
41 Naoya Yoshioka 1991 Japan - 19"
42 Julian Arredondo 1988 Colombia Team Nippo - De Rosa 19"
43 Masaru Fukuhara 1981 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen 19"
44 Fred Rodriguez 1973 USA Jelly Belly p/b Kenda 19"
45 Hossein Alizadeh 1988 Iran Amore & Vita 19"
46 Hayato Yoshida 1989 Japan Shimano Racing Team 19"
47 Hayden Roulston 1981 New Zealand RadioShack - Leopard 19"
48 Motonari Suzuki 1989 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen 19"
49 Yoshimitsu Hiratsuka 1988 Japan Aisan Racing Team 19"
50 George Bennett 1990 New Zealand RadioShack - Leopard 19"
51 Eiichi Hirai 1990 Japan Bridgestone - Anchor 26"
52 Florent Serry 1991 Belgium Verandas Willems 26"
53 Shotaro Iribe 1989 Japan Shimano Racing Team 26"
54 Jaroslaw Marycz 1987 Poland CCC Polsat Polkowice 30"
55 Hideto Nakane 1990 Japan Team Nippo - De Rosa 32"
56 Simone Stortoni 1985 Italy Lampre - Merida 32"
57 Takero Terasaki 1991 Japan - 32"
58 Yuzuru Suzuki 1985 Japan Shimano Racing Team 34"
59 Yukihiro Doi 1983 Japan Team Ukyo 36"
60 Tomoya Kano 1973 Japan Team Ukyo 36"
61 Yasuharu Nakajima 1984 Japan Aisan Racing Team 36"
62 Craig Lewis 1985 USA Champion System 36"
63 Ryota Nishizono 1987 Japan Champion System 36"
64 Joshua Edmondson 1992 Great Britain Sky ProCycling 39"
65 Richie Porte 1985 Australia Sky ProCycling 39"
66 David López 1981 Spain Sky ProCycling 39"
67 Kenji Itami 1988 Japan Bridgestone - Anchor 42"
68 Ben Hermans 1986 Belgium RadioShack - Leopard 42"
69 Stijn Vandenbergh 1984 Belgium Omega Pharma - Quick Step 42"
70 Thomas Lebas 1985 France Bridgestone - Anchor 42"
71 Yusuke Hatanaka 1985 Japan Shimano Racing Team 42"
72 Kohei Uchima 1988 Japan Team Nippo - De Rosa 42"
73 Miyataka Shimizu 1981 Japan Bridgestone - Anchor 42"
74 Tomoyuki Iino 1989 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen 42"
75 Makoto Nakamura 1983 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen 42"
76 Shinichi Fukushima 1971 Japan Team Nippo - De Rosa 42"
77 Evgeni Petrov 1978 Russia Team Saxo - Tinkoff 42"
78 Masakazu Ito 1988 Japan Aisan Racing Team 42"
79 Sho Hatsuyama 1988 Japan Bridgestone - Anchor 42"
80 Yuya Akimaru 1991 Japan Bridgestone - Anchor 42"
81 Michael Rogers 1979 Australia Team Saxo - Tinkoff 42"
82 Daniel Martin 1986 Ireland Garmin - Sharp 42"
83 Rory Sutherland 1982 Australia Team Saxo - Tinkoff 42"
84 Manabu Ishibashi 1992 Japan Team Nippo - De Rosa 42"
85 Bob Jungels 1992 Luxembourg RadioShack - Leopard 42"
DNF Kota Asai 1984 Japan -
DNF Tomohiro Fukaya 1990 Japan -
DNF Alex Rasmussen 1984 Denmark Garmin - Sharp
DNF Joe Dombrowski 1991 USA Sky ProCycling

Info

RaceJapan Cup Criterium
Nation Japan
DateOctober 19th
Edition2013
Classification1.CRT
Extra Compare top four

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