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2019 CC Europe RR

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Pos Name Born Team Time FC UCI
01 Elia Viviani 1989 Italy 3:30:52160250
02 Yves Lampaert 1991 Belgium + 01128200
03 Pascal Ackermann 1994 Germany + 0996150
04 Alexander Kristoff 1987 Norway + 3380125
05 Michael Mørkøv 1985 Denmark + 3372100
06 Sam Bennett 1990 Ireland + 336490
07 Matteo Trentin 1989 Italy + 335880
08 Luka Mezgec 1988 Slovenia + 335170
09 Arnaud Démare 1991 France + 334660
10 Rüdiger Selig 1989 Germany + 334250
11 Jasper Philipsen 1998 Belgium + 333840
12 Dylan Groenewegen 1993 Netherlands + 333535
13 Christopher Lawless 1995 Great Britain + 333230
14 Simone Consonni 1994 Italy + 332925
15 Toms Skujins 1991 Latvia + 332620
16 Rui Oliveira 1996 Portugal + 332415
17 Fabian Lienhard 1993 Switzerland + 332210
18 Mike Teunissen 1992 Netherlands + 33215
19 Davide Ballerini 1994 Italy + 33195
20 Szymon Sajnok 1997 Poland + 33185
21 Erik Baska 1994 Slovakia + 33165
22 Silvan Dillier 1990 Switzerland + 33145
23 Edward Theuns 1991 Belgium + 33135
24 Mads Pedersen 1995 Denmark + 33115
25 Andreas Schillinger 1983 Germany + 38105
26 Dylan Van Baarle 1992 Netherlands + 1:0285
27 Asbjørn Kragh Andersen 1992 Denmark + 1:2465
28 Jens Keukeleire 1988 Belgium + 1:4355
29 Florian Sénéchal 1993 France + 1:5535
30 Michael Schwarzmann 1991 Germany + 2:2125
31 Mark Cavendish 1985 Great Britain + 2:213
32 Lawrence Naesen 1992 Belgium + 2:393
33 Ramon Sinkeldam 1989 Netherlands + 4:093
34 Sebastian Langeveld 1985 Netherlands + 4:093
35 Luke Rowe 1990 Great Britain + 4:093
36 Kristoffer Halvorsen 1996 Norway + 4:091
37 Tom Leezer 1985 Netherlands + 4:091
38 Kasper Asgreen 1995 Denmark + 6:451
39 Laurens De Vreese 1988 Belgium + 7:251
40 Patryk Stosz 1994 Poland + 7:251
41 Jan Barta 1984 Czech Republic + 7:25
42 Kamil Malecki 1996 Poland + 7:25
DSQ Jonas Koch 1993 Germany
DNS Daniel Hoelgaard 1993 Norway
DNS Oleksandr Golovash 1991 Ukraine
DNF Besmir Banushi 1988 Albania
DNF Ylber Sefa 1991 Albania
DNF Olsian Velia 1994 Albania
DNF Oscar Cabanas Quintela 1991 Andorra
DNF Julio Alfredo Pintado Madrigal 1983 Andorra
DNF Matthias Krizek 1988 Austria
DNF Stephan Rabitsch 1991 Austria
DNF Jodok Salzmann 1995 Austria
DNF Lukas Schlemmer 1995 Austria
DNF Uladzimir Harakhavik 1995 Belarus
DNF Siarhei Papok 1988 Belarus
DNF Vasili Strokau 1995 Belarus
DNF Tim Merlier 1992 Belgium
DNF Otto Vergaerde 1994 Belgium
DNF Petr Hampl 1993 Czech Republic
DNF Tomas Kalojiros 1994 Czech Republic
DNF Dominik Neuman 1995 Czech Republic
DNF Michal Schlegel 1995 Czech Republic
DNF Frantisek Sisr 1993 Czech Republic
DNF Daniel Turek 1993 Czech Republic
DNF Magnus Cort 1993 Denmark
DNF Mikkel Honore 1997 Denmark
DNF Rasmus Byriel Iversen 1997 Denmark
DNF Mads Würtz Schmidt 1994 Denmark
DNF Steven Kalf 1995 Estonia
DNF Martin Laas 1993 Estonia
DNF Oskar Nisu 1994 Estonia
DNF Aksel Nommela 1994 Estonia
DNF Mihkel Räim 1993 Estonia
DNF Norman Vahtra 1996 Estonia
DNF Bryan Coquard 1992 France
DNF Mickaël Delage 1985 France
DNF Julien Duval 1990 France
DNF Damien Gaudin 1986 France
DNF Olivier Le Gac 1993 France
DNF Adrien Petit 1990 France
DNF Nico Denz 1994 Germany
DNF Marco Mathis 1994 Germany
DNF Justin Wolf 1992 Germany
DNF Adam Blythe 1989 Great Britain
DNF Gabriel Cullaigh 1996 Great Britain
DNF Alex Dowsett 1988 Great Britain
DNF Daniel McLay 1992 Great Britain
DNF Connor Swift 1995 Great Britain
DNF Stylianos Farantakis 1995 Greece
DNF Charalampos Kastrantas 1991 Greece
DNF Polychronis Tzortzakis 1989 Greece
DNF Janos Pelikan 1995 Hungary
DNF Robert-Jon McCarthy 1994 Ireland
DNF Matthew Teggart 1996 Ireland
DNF Rory Townsend 1995 Ireland
DNF Roy Goldstein 1993 Israel
DNF Davide Cimolai 1989 Italy
DNF Andrea Pasqualon 1988 Italy
DNF Salvatore Puccio 1989 Italy
DNF Fabio Sabatini 1985 Italy
DNF Maris Bogdanovics 1991 Latvia
DNF Emils Liepins 1992 Latvia
DNF Krists Neilands 1994 Latvia
DNF Aleksejs Saramotins 1982 Latvia
DNF Ramunas Navardauskas 1988 Lithuania
DNF Evaldas Siskevicius 1988 Lithuania
DNF Ivan Centrone 1995 Luxembourg
DNF Tiago Da Silva 1997 Luxembourg
DNF Tim Diederich 1989 Luxembourg
DNF Jan Petelin 1996 Luxembourg
DNF Koen Bouwman 1993 Netherlands
DNF Elmar Reinders 1992 Netherlands
DNF Andrej Petrovski 1996 North Macedonia
DNF Gorgi Popstefanov 1987 North Macedonia
DNF Sven Erik Bystrøm 1992 Norway
DNF Markus Hoelgaard 1994 Norway
DNF Anders Skaarseth 1995 Norway
DNF Rasmus Fossum Tiller 1996 Norway
DNF Pawel Bernas 1990 Poland
DNF Piotr Brozyna 1995 Poland
DNF Kamil Gradek 1990 Poland
DNF Michal Paluta 1995 Poland
DNF Grzegorz Stepniak 1989 Poland
DNF Cesar Martingil 1995 Portugal
DNF Eduard Michael Grosu 1992 Romania
DNF Igor Frolov 1990 Russia
DNF Vladislav Kulikov 1996 Russia
DNF Alexander Porsev 1986 Russia
DNF Sergey Shilov 1988 Russia
DNF Mamyr Stash 1993 Russia
DNF Anton Vorobyev 1990 Russia
DNF Adrian Babic 1996 Slovakia
DNF Juraj Bellan 1996 Slovakia
DNF Marek Canecky 1988 Slovakia
DNF Jan Andrej Cully 1995 Slovakia
DNF Juraj Sagan 1988 Slovakia
DNF Patrik Tybor 1987 Slovakia
DNF Matic Groselj 1996 Slovenia
DNF Gasper Katrasnik 1995 Slovenia
DNF Marko Kump 1988 Slovenia
DNF David Per 1995 Slovenia
DNF Luka Pibernik 1993 Slovenia
DNF Lucas Eriksson 1996 Sweden
DNF Michael Albasini 1980 Switzerland
DNF Claudio Imhof 1990 Switzerland
DNF Simon Pellaud 1992 Switzerland
DNF Lucas Spengler 1994 Switzerland
DNF Vitaliy Buts 1986 Ukraine
DNF Oleksandr Polivoda 1987 Ukraine
DNF Andriy Vasylyuk 1987 Ukraine
CC Europe RR
World Championship - Alkmaar - August 11th
Distance 172.7 km
Classification CCRR

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