2018 Japan Cup Criterium

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Results

Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 John Degenkolb 1989 Germany Trek - Segafredo 42' 38"
02 Cameron Scott 1998 Australia Australian Cycling Academy 00"
03 Marco Canola 1988 Italy Nippo - Vini Fantini 00"
04 Robert Stannard 1998 Australia Mitchelton - Scott 00"
05 Raymond Kreder 1989 Netherlands HSK Trias Cyclingteam - MooiJong 00"
06 Logan Owen 1995 USA Team EF Education First - Drapac 00"
07 Sam Welsford 1996 Australia Australian Cycling Academy 00"
08 Kazushige Kuboki 1989 Japan Team Bridgestone Cycling 00"
09 Ryu Suzuki 1992 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen 00"
10 Alberto Bettiol 1993 Italy BMC Racing Team 00"
11 Rei Onodera 1995 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen 00"
12 Saya Kuroeda 1995 Japan Shimano Racing Team 00"
13 Matti Breschel 1984 Denmark Team EF Education First - Drapac 00"
14 Manuele Mori 1980 Italy UAE Team Emirates 00"
15 Charles Planet 1993 France Team Novo Nordisk 00"
16 Fumiyuki Beppu 1983 Japan Trek - Segafredo 00"
17 Sarawut Sirironnachai 1992 Thailand Thailand Continental CT 00"
18 Yasuharu Nakajima 1984 Japan Kinan Cycling Team 00"
19 Phucong Sai-Udomsin 1988 Thailand Thailand Continental CT 00"
20 Masaki Shimojima 1993 Japan Nasu Blasen 00"
21 Airan Fernandez 1988 Spain Matrix Powertag 00"
22 Atsushi Oka 1995 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen 00"
23 Irwandie Lakasek 1995 Malaysia Terengganu Cycling Team 00"
24 Koen Bouwman 1993 Netherlands Team LottoNL - Jumbo 00"
25 Marco Tizza 1992 Italy Nippo - Vini Fantini 00"
26 Sebastian Schönberger 1994 Austria Wilier Triestina 00"
27 Daan Olivier 1992 Netherlands Team LottoNL - Jumbo 00"
28 Ziga Jerman 1998 Slovenia Ljubljana Gusto Xaurum 00"
29 Maarten Wynants 1982 Belgium Team LottoNL - Jumbo 00"
30 Takuya Nakata 1996 Japan Shimano Racing Team 00"
31 Edoardo Zardini 1989 Italy Wilier Triestina 00"
32 Nicolas Roche 1984 Ireland BMC Racing Team 00"
33 Cyrus Monk 1996 Australia Team EF Education First - Drapac 00"
34 Takahiro Koyama 1996 Japan Shimano Racing Team 00"
35 Freddy Ovett 1994 Australia BMC Racing Team 00"
36 Hikaru Kosaka 1988 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen 00"
37 Kosuke Takeyama 1997 Japan Team Ukyo 00"
38 Takaaki Higuchi 1995 Japan Nasu Blasen 00"
39 Peerapol Chawchiangkwang 1986 Thailand Thailand Continental CT 00"
40 Junya Sano 1982 Japan Matrix Powertag 00"
41 Nicola Bagioli 1995 Italy Nippo - Vini Fantini 00"
42 Brayan Chaves 1997 Colombia Mitchelton - Scott 00"
43 Tadej Pogacar 1998 Slovenia Ljubljana Gusto Xaurum 00"
44 Tomoyuki Iino 1989 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen 00"
45 Simon Gerrans 1980 Australia BMC Racing Team 00"
46 Ryutaro Nakamura 1990 Japan Igname Shinano Yamagata 00"
47 Filippo Pozzato 1981 Italy Wilier Triestina 00"
48 Jose Vicente Toribio 1985 Spain Matrix Powertag 00"
49 Joonas Henttala 1991 Finland Team Novo Nordisk 00"
50 Giuseppe Fonzi 1991 Italy Wilier Triestina 00"
51 Ziga Rucigaj 1995 Slovenia Ljubljana Gusto Xaurum 00"
52 Timothy Guy 1989 Australia Ljubljana Gusto Xaurum 00"
53 David Lozano Riba 1988 Spain Team Novo Nordisk 00"
54 Joey Rosskopf 1989 USA BMC Racing Team 00"
55 Lars Boom 1985 Netherlands Team LottoNL - Jumbo 00"
56 Christopher Williams 1981 Australia Team Novo Nordisk 00"
57 Viktor Potocki 1999 Croatia Ljubljana Gusto Xaurum 00"
58 Yuki Ishihara 1997 Japan Interpro Stradalli Cycling 00"
59 Turakit Boonratanathanakorn 1989 Thailand Thailand Continental CT 00"
60 Mohd Shahrul Mat Amin 1989 Malaysia Terengganu Cycling Team 00"
61 Umberto Poli 1996 Italy Team Novo Nordisk 00"
62 Maral-Erdene Batmunkh 1994 Mongolia Terengganu Cycling Team 00"
63 Nawuti Liphongyu 1991 Thailand Thailand Continental CT 00"
64 Hiroaki Harada 1993 Japan Team Bridgestone Cycling 00"
65 Koen De Kort 1982 Netherlands Trek - Segafredo 00"
66 Daiki Yasuhara 1991 Japan Matrix Powertag 00"
67 Keisuke Kimura 1991 Japan Shimano Racing Team 00"
68 Atsuya Nagayoshi 1995 Japan Nasu Blasen 15"
69 Masaki Yamamoto 1996 Japan Kinan Cycling Team 15"
70 Jose Fernandes 1995 Portugal Team EF Education First - Drapac 17"
71 Alexander Evans 1997 Australia BMC Racing Team 17"
72 Toby Orchard 1996 Australia Australian Cycling Academy 17"
73 Choon Huat Goh 1991 Singapore Terengganu Cycling Team 17"
74 Ashley MacKay 1996 Australia Australian Cycling Academy 17"
75 Jonathon Noble 1996 Australia Australian Cycling Academy 17"
76 Antwan Tolhoek 1994 Netherlands Team LottoNL - Jumbo 17"
77 Robert Gesink 1986 Netherlands Team LottoNL - Jumbo 17"
78 Metkel Eyob 1993 Eritrea Terengganu Cycling Team 17"
79 Joe Dombrowski 1991 USA Team EF Education First - Drapac 17"
80 Sam Brand 1991 Great Britain Team Novo Nordisk 17"
81 Shinpei Fukuda 1987 Japan - 17"
82 Svein Tuft 1977 Canada Mitchelton - Scott 22"
83 Takahito Kishi 1994 Japan Nasu Blasen 22"
84 Laurent Didier 1984 Luxembourg Trek - Segafredo 22"
85 Damiano Cunego 1981 Italy Nippo - Vini Fantini 22"
86 Luca Raggio 1995 Italy Wilier Triestina 22"
87 Naoki Mukaigawa 1980 Japan Matrix Powertag 22"
88 Michael Potter 1997 Australia Australian Cycling Academy 22"
89 Yudai Arashiro 1995 Japan Kinan Cycling Team 30"
90 Artem Ovechkin 1986 Russia Terengganu Cycling Team 32"
91 Thomas Lebas 1985 France Kinan Cycling Team 32"
92 Ariya Phounsavath 1991 Laos Thailand Continental CT 32"
93 Eugert Zhupa 1990 Albania Wilier Triestina 32"
94 Sho Hatsuyama 1988 Japan Nippo - Vini Fantini 35"
95 Jack Haig 1993 Australia Mitchelton - Scott 35"
96 Bonijoe Martin 1992 Philippines 7 Eleven - RBP 35"
97 Daniel Ver Carino 1998 Philippines 7 Eleven - RBP 35"
98 Mark Galedo 1985 Philippines 7 Eleven - RBP 35"
99 Takayuki Abe 1986 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen 35"
100 Ayumu Watanabe 1998 Japan GSC Blagnac Vélo Sport 31 41"
101 Brendan Canty 1992 Australia Team EF Education First - Drapac 41"
102 Hideto Nakane 1990 Japan Nippo - Vini Fantini 41"
103 Daiki Magosaki 1996 Japan Team Bridgestone Cycling 41"
104 Oscar Pujol 1983 Spain Team Ukyo 43"
105 Salvador Guardiola 1988 Spain Kinan Cycling Team 43"
106 Yusuke Hatanaka 1985 Japan Team Ukyo 45"
107 Kakeru Omae 1997 Japan Keio University 45"
108 Robert Power 1995 Australia Mitchelton - Scott 47"
109 Shoi Matsuda 1999 Japan EQADS 47"
110 Yuzuru Suzuki 1985 Japan Utsunomiya Blitzen 47"
111 Genki Yamamoto 1991 Japan Kinan Cycling Team 47"
112 Kota Yokoyama 1995 Japan Shimano Racing Team 47"
113 Eugenio Alafaci 1990 Italy Trek - Segafredo 47"
114 Ryo Minato 1992 Japan Shimano Racing Team 47"
115 Fabio Felline 1990 Italy Trek - Segafredo 55"
116 Mathew Hayman 1978 Australia Mitchelton - Scott 55"
117 Masayuki Shibata 1994 Japan Nasu Blasen 59"
118 Robbie Hucker 1990 Australia Team Ukyo 1' 01"
119 Benjamin Prades 1983 Spain Team Ukyo 1' 01"
120 Jin Okubo 1988 Japan Team Bridgestone Cycling 1' 01"
121 Masahiro Ishigami 1997 Japan A.V.C. Aix En Provence 1' 46"
122 Daisuke Kaneko 1991 Japan 7 Eleven - RBP 2' 10"
123 Manabu Ishibashi 1992 Japan Team Bridgestone Cycling 2' 21"
124 Shiki Kuroeda 1992 Japan Aisan Racing Team 2' 21"
125 Yuto Yoshida 1994 Japan Nasu Blasen 2' 21"
DNF Yasumasa Oka 1992 Japan 7 Eleven - RBP
DNF Dominic Perez 1994 Philippines 7 Eleven - RBP
DNF Masamitsu Watanabe 1988 Japan LinkTOHOKU
DNF Keigo Kusaba 1996 Japan Nihon University

Info

RaceJapan Cup Criterium
Nation Japan
Distance33.8 km
DateOctober 20th
Edition2018
Classification1.CRT
Extra Compare top four

John Degenkolb