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2011 Milano - San Remo (World Tour), Italy

102nd edition: Saturday, March 19, 2011

Results, Map, Profile

Milan - San Remo podium history | 2010 edition | 2012 Results | HTC-Highroad press release | Route map | Race profile


298 km. 198 starters, 156 classified finishers.

Complete Results:

2011 Milano-San Remo finish

  1. Matthew Harley Goss ( HTC-Highroad) 6hr 51min 10sec. 38.373 km/hr
  2. Fabian Cancellara (Leopard-Trek) s.t.
  3. Philippe Gilbert (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  4. Alessandro Ballan (BMC) s.t.
  5. Filippo Pozzato (Katusha) s.t.
  6. Michele Scarponi (Lampre) s.t.
  7. Yoann Offredo (FDJ) s.t.
  8. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) @ 3sec
  9. Greg Van Avermaet (BMC) @ 10sec
  10. Stuart O'Grady (Leopard-Trek) @ 12sec
  11. Francisco José Ventoso (Movistar) @ 27sec
  12. Alessandro Petacchi (Lampre) s.t.
  13. Daniele Bennati (Leopard-Trek) s.t.
  14. José Joaquin Rojas (Movistar) s.t.
  15. Marco Marcato (Vacansoleil) s.t.
  16. Dominique Rollin (FDJ) s.t.
  17. Peter Sagan (Liquigas) s.t.
  18. Heinrich Haussler (Garmin-Cervelo) s.t.
  19. Alessandro Bertolini (Androni Giocattoli) s.t.
  20. Sylvain Chavanel (Quick Step) s.t.
  21. Matteo Tosatto (Saxo) s.t.
  22. George Hincapie (BMC) s.t.
  23. Yaroslav Popovych (Radio Shack) s.t.
  24. Francesco Failli (Farnese Vini) s.t.
  25. Linus Gerdemann (Leopard-Trek) @ 32sec
  26. Pablo Lastras (Movistar) @ 33sec
  27. Vladimir Gusev (Katusha) @ 1min 6sec
  28. Tom Boonen (Quick Step) @ 1min 12sec
  29. Sacha Modolo (Colnago-CSF) s.t.
  30. Edvald Boasson Hagen (Sky) @ 1min 44sec
  31. Steven Chainel (FDJ) @ 1min 47sec
  32. Egoi Martinez (Euskaltel) @ 1min 55sec
  33. André Greipel (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 3mn 59sec
  34. Jurgen Roelandts (Omega Pharma-lotto) s.t.
  35. Andreas Klier (Garmin-Cervelo) @ 5min 14sec
  36. Robbie McEwen (Radio Shack) @ 5min 23sec
  37. Aleksejs Saramotins (Cofidis) s.t.
  38. Niki Terpstra (Quicki step) s.t.
  39. Leonardo Duque (Cofidis) s.t.
  40. Yauheni Hutarovich (FDJ) s.t.
  41. Lloyd Mondory (Ag2r) s.t.
  42. Romain Feillu (Vacansoleil) s.t.
  43. Fabian Wegmann (Leopard-Trek) s.t.
  44. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) s.t.
  45. Ignatas Konovalovas (Movistar) s.t.
  46. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Cervelo) s.t.
  47. Bernhard Eisel (HTC-Highroad) s.t.
  48. Marcus Burghardt (BMC) s.t.
  49. Geoffroy Lequatre (Radio Shack) s.t.
  50. Mauro Finetto (Liquigas) s.t.
  51. Alexandr Kolobnev (Katusha) s.t.
  52. Mark Cavendish (HTC-Highroad) s.t.
  53. Baden Cooke (Saxo) s.t.
  54. Grega Bole (Lampre) s.t.
  55. Manuel Belletti (Colnago-CSF) s.t.
  56. Danilo Hondo (Lampre) s.t.
  57. Juan José Oroz (Euskaltel) s.t.
  58. Marco Frapporti (Colnago-CSF) s.t.
  59. Lars Ytting Bak (HTC-Highroad) s.t.
  60. Geraint Thomas (Sky) s.t.
  61. Matthieu Ladagnus (FDJ) s.t.
  62. Massimo Codol (Acqua & Sapone) s.t.
  63. Damiano Caruso (liquigas) s.t.
  64. Karsten Kroon (BMC) s.t.
  65. Danilo Wyss (BMC)
  66. Simon Clarke (Astana) s.t.
  67. Danilo Napolitano (Acqua & Sapone) s.t.
  68. David Gutierrez (Geox-TMC) s.t.
  69. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) s.t.
  70. Nick Nuyens (Saxo) s.t.
  71. Tiziano Dall'Antonia (Liquigas) s.t.
  72. Manuele Mori (Lampre) s.t.
  73. Anders Lund (Leopard-Trek) s.t.
  74. Marzio Bruseghin (Movistar) s.t.
  75. Thomas De Gendt (Vacansoleil) s.t.
  76. Juan Antonio Flecha (Sky) s.t.
  77. Bjorn Leukemans (Vacansoleil) s.t.
  78. Gianni Meersman (FDJ) s.t.
  79. Arkaitz Duran Aroca (Geox-TMC) s.t.
  80. Benoît Vaugrenard (FDJ) s.t.
  81. Adam Hansen (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  82. Giovanni Visconti (Farnese Vini) s.t.
  83. Michael Rogers (sky) s.t.
  84. Jérôme Pineau (Quick Step) s.t.
  85. Jussi Veikkanen (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  86. Thomas Lövkvist (Sky) s.t.
  87. Angel Vicioso (Androni Giocattoli) s.t.
  88. Angel Madrazo (Movistar) s.t.
  89. Francesco Reda (Quick Step) s.t.
  90. Enrico Gasparotto (Astana) s.t.
  91. Andriy Grivko (astana) s.t.
  92. Roberto Ferrari (Androni Giocattoli) s.t.
  93. Simone Stortoni (Colnago-CSF) s.t.
  94. OScar Freire (Rabobank) s.t.
  95. Rinaldo Nocentini (Ag2r) s.t.
  96. Dmitriy Muravyev (Radio Shack) s.t.
  97. Alberto Ongarato (Vacansoleil) s.t.
  98. Robert Wagner (Leopard-Trek) s.t.
  99. Matthew Wilson (Garmin-Cervelo) s.t.
  100. Sebastian Langeveld (Rabobank) @ 5min 30sec
  101. Domenico Pozzovivo (Colnago-CSF) s.t.
  102. Ian Stannard (Sky) @ 6min 10sec
  103. Maarten Wynants (Rabobank) s.t.
  104. Michael Schär (BMC) s.t.
  105. Ivan Santaromita (BMC) s.t.
  106. Luca Barla (Androni Giocattoli) s.t.
  107. Michael Matthews (Rabobank) @ 8min 29sec
  108. Vicente Reynes (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 9min 32sec
  109. Michael Albasini (HTC-Highroad) s.t.
  110. Marcel Sieberg (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  111. Grégory Rast (Radio Shack) s.t.
  112. Lars Boom (Rabobank0 s.t.
  113. Mark Renshaw (HTC-Highroad) s.t.
  114. Mirco Lorenzetto (Astana) s.t.
  115. Assan Bazayev (Astana) s.t.
  116. Davide Malacarne (Quick Step) s.t.
  117. William Bonnet (FDJ) s.t.
  118. Biel Kadri (Ag2r) s.t.
  119. Mirco Selvaggi (Vacansoleil) s.t.
  120. Borut Bozic (Vacansoleil) s.t.
  121. Alessnadro Donati (Acqua & Sapone) s.t.
  122. Luca Paolini (Katusha) s.t.
  123. Johan Van Summeren (Garmin-Cervelo) s.t.
  124. Leif Hoste (Katusha) s.t.
  125. Stefano Pirazzi (Colnago-CSF) s.t.
  126. Kurt-Asle Arvesen (Sky) s.t.
  127. Thor Hushovd (Garmin-Cervelo) s.t.
  128. Juan-José Haedo (Saxo) s.t.
  129. Alessandro De Marchi @ 9min 38sec
  130. Ivan Velasco Murillo (Euskaltel) @ 15min 51sec
  131. Jonathan Castroviejo (Euskaltel) s.t.
  132. Amets Txurruka (Euskaltel) s.t.
  133. Romain Zingle (Cofidis) s.t.
  134. Takashi Miyazawa (Farnese Vini) s.t.
  135. Andrey Amador (Movistar) s.t.
  136. Kevin Ista (Cofidis) s.t.
  137. Kevin van Impe (Quick Step) s.t.
  138. Maarten Tjallingii (Rabobank) s.t.
  139. Jens Mouris (Vacansoleil) s.t.
  140. Diego Ulissi (Lampre) s.t.
  141. Tomas Vaitkus (Astana) s.t.
  142. Gustav Larsson (Saxo) s.t.
  143. Yuriy Krivtsov (Ag2r) s.t.
  144. thomas leezer (Rabobank) s.t.
  145. Daniele Ratto (Geox-TMC) s.t.
  146. Allan Davis (Astana) s.t.
  147. Roger Hammond (Garmin-Cervelo) s.t.
  148. Sébastien Hinault (Ag2r) s.t.
  149. Wouter Weylandt (Leopard-Trek) s.t.
  150. Nico Dijmens (Cofidis) s.t.
  151. Jens Keukeleire (Cofidis) s.t.
  152. Javier Francisco Aramendia (Euskaltel) s.t.
  153. Daniel Sesma (Euskaltel) s.t.
  154. Michael Morkov (Saxo) s.t.
  155. Anthony Ravard (Ag2r) s.t.
  156. Kasper Klostergaard (Saxo) s.t.

Poggio

A shot of the Poggio descent

Fabian Cancellara and Matthew Goss

Fabian Cancellara leads Matthew Harley Goss down the Poggio

Philippe Gilbert and Michele Scarponi

Philippe Gilbert leads Michele Scarponi down the Poggio

Thos Hushovd

And here comes Thor Hushovd

Oscar Freire

Oscar Freire shows the wounds from an earlier crash


Here's the press release from HTC-Highroad after Goss' win:

"San Luis Obispo, California - 19th March, 2011 - After 298 kilometers the Australian outsprinted a group of eight riders in the streets of San Remo to claim the victory ahead of Fabian Cancellara of Switzerland and Belgium's Philippe Gilbert.

"I knew I'd been going well, I knew I could get a good result, but actually to get the win is  incredible." Goss said.

"I knew Gilbert was dangerous and would try for an attack on the Poggio [climb], so I rode across to that front group just as we reached the top, and once I was with them I knew I was in with a chance."

"It was an advantage knowing the route. I live nearby and I've trained over the Poggio a few times in the last few days just to check it again."

"The descent was fast, but it wasn't too tricky because fortunately it wasn't wet, and with 500 meters to go I just gave it everything I had and hoped for the best."

Goss has had a spectacular 2011 season thus far, with stage victories in the Tour Down Under, the  Tour of Oman, and most recently in Paris-Nice. Milan-San Remo is his eighth win of the year so far.

"It's been absolutely incredible," Goss said, "I couldn't have dreamed up a better start to the year."

Following Mark Cavendish's win in 2009, this is HTC-Highroad's second victory in three years in Milan-San Remo, one of cycling's top five biggest one-day races."


Route Map

2011 Milan-San Remo route map

Race profile is below

race profile