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2016 Giro d'Italia

99th edition: May 6 - May 29, 2016

Stage 19 results, Friday, May 27, 2016

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May 27, Stage 19: Pinerolo - Risoul; mountain stage, 162 km

Stage 19 map and profile | Stage 19 photos

Vincenzo Nibali

Vincenzo Nibali wins stage 19

Weather: Pinerolo: Cloudy. Wind: E 6km/h. 21-22°C
Risoul (Finish): Cloudy. Wind: SW 18-22km/h. 14-16°C

The Route: This is a high mountain stage featuring a summit finish, and “home” to the Cima Coppi. The route runs constantly uphill (on deceptively flat roads) over 80 km, all the way up to Casteldelfino.

Here the road starts to climb up Colle dell’Agnello (Cima Coppi, 2744 m). The following 40 km run mostly downhill and lead to Guillestre, at the foot of the final climb. Beware of a few tunnels around km 135. The last 13 km run entirely uphill, with an average 7% gradient and 15 hairpins.

Risoul climb

3D view of the climb to the stage finish at Risoul

The roadway is very wide and well surfaced. The home straight, 150 m in length, on 6-m wide asphalt road, has an 8% uphill gradient. The winner of this stage, that includes the Cima Coppi, will receive the Trofeo Torriani.

The Race: 160 riders started at 12:42 PM. Stage 10 winner Giulio Ciccione, troubled with gastrointestinal problems, did not start. It also looks like Ilnur Zakarin, who was sitting in fifth place, crashed and quit the Giro at km 110.

Race leader Steven Kruijswijk crashed on the descent of the Colle dell'Agnello, costing him the lead.

Steven Kruijswijk crashing

Steven Kruijswijk crashing while descending the Colle dell'Agnello

Seconds after the stage finish, the stage winner said: “I’ve won by rage today. It hasn’t been easy to handle everything that has happened over the past few days. I dedicate this victory to Rosario [a young pupil of his who accidentally died two weeks ago]. I’m very happy. It’s been a terribly hard stage. I want to keep my feet on the ground. There’s another hard stage to contest tomorrow”.

Here's the report from new race leader Esteban Chaves' Orica-GreenEdge team:

Colombian Esteban Chaves has moved into the lead of the 99th Giro d’Italia after finishing third on an epic stage 19 today in Italy. As Vincenzo Nibali (Astana Pro Team) took the stage victory ahead, Chaves finished over four minutes ahead of leader Steven Kruijswijk (LottoNL-Jumbo) who crashed into a wall of snow on the descent of the ‘Cima Coppi’.

The 26-year-old claimed the pink jersey for ORICA-GreenEDGE and holds a 44second advantage to Nibali with just two more race days to come. A great team performance saw Ruben Plaza escape in the breakaway on the ‘Cima Coppi’ climb before joining up with Chaves later in the stage and supporting the queen stage winner onto the start of the final climb.

“It’s a dream,” said Chaves. “Absolutely incredible. The team were fantastic yet again today and I have to thank them and everyone at ORICA-GreenEDGE because this is for all of us. Today was truly a difficult stage but we executed our race plan to perfection. Ruben (Plaza) was ahead in the break and he worked very hard for me in the final after Damien (Howson) had done a great job on the Colle dell Agnello.”

Chaves both instigated and fended off attacks in an impressive performance throughout the stage before battling and riding intelligently with Nibali on the climb to the finish in Risoul. “I tried to follow Vincenzo (Nibali) when he attacked late in the stage,” explained Chaves. “I managed to keep my rhythm and stay close enough at the finish. I’m very sorry for the crash of Steven (Kruijswijk), unfortunately it’s a part of bike racing and he was unlucky today.”

Sport director Matt White was very content at the end of the stage but well aware there is another big day in the mountains to come tomorrow. “We wanted to get someone in the breakaway today that’s for sure,” said White. “After yesterday's stage we knew the racing was going to be very aggressive today with lots of teams looking to get into the break which didn’t end up forming until 75kilometres in.”

“It made the difference for us having Plaza up the road because he was so important for Esteban in the final third of the stage when the chasers looked to be getting closer. Nibali was very strong on the final climb,” continued White. “But Esteban rode really well and measured his rhythm and his tempo all the way to the finish.”

“Tomorrow is going to be a very difficult stage and we are going to have to be on our guard all the time, but we have one more hard day to go and we are really happy to be in this position.”

How it happened: Today’s stage 19 began at a frantically fast pace with riders being dropped from the peloton almost as soon as the flag dropped. Despite countless attempts the peloton was desperately keeping things together as the start of the first climb, the Colle dell’Agnello, approached.

Plaza was one of 28 riders who finally formed the breakaway that escaped on the climb and developed an advantage of four minutes on the Chaves group.

Six riders including Diego Ulissi (Lampre-Merida) and Tim Wellens (Lotto-Soudal) attacked from the breakaway group ahead of the first mountains points of the day with Ulissi claiming the points. The six riders had around 30seconds on the twenty chasers before Michele Scarponi (Astana) began to drive the pace and broke clear with 65kilometres left to race.

The Chaves and Kruijswijk group were six minutes behind as Scarponi neared the cloud covered summit of the Colle dell’Agnello and Chaves decided to make his move. Chaves attacked after a huge pull by Howson with initially only Kruijswijk able to follow. Nibali caught back on with the Astana rider, Kruijswijk and Chaves now putting over 30seconds into the Valverde group.

Race leader Kruijswijk crashed dramatically into the snow banked on the roadside a few hundred metres into the descent with the Dutchman losing contact with Chaves and Nibali who had then joined up with Plaza. Into the last 40kilometres and the tactics of ORICA-GreenEDGE were proving to be spot on as Plaza powered forward with Chaves on his wheel and Nibali just behind.

Ahead, Scarponi was virtually track standing in the middle of the road with 30kilometres to go as he waited for Nibali ahead of the final climb. The Chaves group had swelled to seven riders as they picked up Scarponi and stragglers from the earlier breakaway. Plaza led the group onto the final climb to Risoul with 12kilometres to go and Kruijswijk was now over two minutes behind and losing time.

Nibali attacked multiple times only to be covered by Chaves, until he eventually gained 20metres on Chaves who maintained his rhythm as the gradient sharpened. Nibali pushed out for the stage win with Chaves crossing the line in third place, 53seconds later, to take the race lead and the pink jersey into tomorrow’s penultimate stage.

Stage 20 is another difficult Alpine mountain stage covering 134kilometres and three peaks from Gillestre to Sant’Anna di Vinadio. The course includes three epic climbs, the Col de Vars, the Col de la Bonette and the Colle della Lombarda all coming before a tough summit finish.

Complete Results:

Stage 19 photos

162 kilometers raced at an average speed of 37.398 km/hr

1 NIBALI Vincenzo ASTANA 4hr 19min 54sec
2 NIEVE Mikel SKY @ 51sec
3 CHAVES Esteban ORICA-GREENEDGE 0’ 53”
4 ULISSI Diego LAMPRE-MERIDA 01’ 02”
5 MAJKA Rafal TINKOFF 02’ 14”
6 VALVERDE Alejandro MOVISTAR s.t.
7 URAN URAN Rigoberto CANNONDALE s.t.
8 PREIDLER Georg GIANT-ALPECIN 02’ 43”
9 ROCHE Nicholas SKY 02’ 51”
10 DUPONT Hubert AG2R-LA MONDIALE s.t.
11 MONFORT Maxime LOTTO-SOUDAL 03’ 00”
12 CARDOSO Andre Fernando CANNONDALE 03’ 07”
13 ATAPUMA Darwin BMC 03’ 36”
14 JUNGELS Bob ETIXX-QUICK STEP 03’ 45”
15 AMADOR Andrey MOVISTAR 04’ 30”
16 KRUIJSWIJK Steven LOTTO NL-JUMBO 04’ 54”
17 SIUTSOU Kanstantsin DIMENSION DATA 05’ 53”
18 WYSS Marcel IAM CYCLING 05’ 59”
19 SCARPONI Michele ASTANA 06’ 21”
20 FUGLSANG Jakob ASTANA 06’ 22”
21 CLARKE Simon CANNONDALE 06’ 49”
22 PIRAZZI Stefano BARDIANI-CSF 07’ 26”
23 DENIFL Stefan IAM CYCLING s.t.
24 POZZOVIVO Domenico AG2R-LA MONDIALE 07’ 55”
25 VISCONTI Giovanni MOVISTAR 07’ 56”
26 SILIN Egor KATUSHA s.t.
27 BOSWELL Ian SKY 08’ 27”
28 HOULE Hugo AG2R-LA MONDIALE 09’ 05”
29 HENAO Sebastian SKY 09’ 10”
30 FOLIFOROV Alexander GAZPROM-RUSVELO s.t.
31 MONTAGUTI Matteo AG2R-LA MONDIALE s.t.
32 CONTI Valerio LAMPRE-MERIDA s.t.
33 BROWN Nathan CANNONDALE 13’ 36”
34 HERNANDEZ Jesus TINKOFF 14’ 12”
35 KOZHATAYEV Bakhtiyar ASTANA 14’ 22”
36 LUDVIGSSON Tobias GIANT-ALPECIN 14’ 50”
37 BONNAFOND Guillaume AG2R-LA MONDIALE 14’ 52”
38 POLJANSKI Pawel TINKOFF 15’ 55”
39 HERRADA LOPEZ José MOVISTAR 16’ 37”
40 PLAZA MOLINA Ruben ORICA-GREENEDGE 16’ 39”
41 ROJAS GIL Jose Joaquin MOVISTAR 17’ 49”
42 SUTHERLAND Rory MOVISTAR s.t.
43 BRAMBILLA Gianluca ETIXX-QUICK STEP 18’ 04”
44 VERONA Carlos ETIXX-QUICK STEP s.t.
45 KUDUS GHEBREMEDHIN Merhawi DIMENSION DATA s.t.
46 HOWSON Damien ORICA-GREENEDGE s.t.
47 CUNEGO Damiano NIPPO-VINI FANTINI 18’ 46”
48 TXURRUKA Amets ORICA-GREENEDGE 21’ 09”
49 ANTON HERNANDEZ Igor DIMENSION DATA s.t.
50 ZEITS Andrey ASTANA s.t.
51 MORI Manuele LAMPRE-MERIDA s.t.
52 HANSEN Adam LOTTO-SOUDAL s.t.
53 CAPECCHI Eros ASTANA s.t.
54 KOCHETKOV Pavel KATUSHA s.t.
55 ROVNY Ivan TINKOFF s.t.
56 MALACARNE Davide ASTANA s.t.
57 ROGLIC Primoz LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
58 DOMBROWSKI Joseph Lloyd CANNONDALE s.t.
59 BATTAGLIN Enrico LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
60 KANGERT Tanel ASTANA s.t.
61 TAARAMAE Rein KATUSHA s.t.
62 FORMOLO Davide CANNONDALE s.t.
63 ZOIDL Riccardo TREK-SEGAFREDO s.t.
64 BISOLTI Alessandro NIPPO-VINI FANTINI s.t.
65 LOPEZ GARCIA David SKY s.t.
66 VAN ZYL Johann DIMENSION DATA s.t.
67 TANKINK Bram LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
68 VAUGRENARD Benoit FDJ 21’ 59”
69 DIDIER Laurent TREK-SEGAFREDO 22’ 51”
70 MOSER Moreno CANNONDALE 23’ 31”
71 HAGA Chad GIANT-ALPECIN s.t.
72 MCCARTHY Jay TINKOFF 23’ 50”
73 LAENGEN Vegard Stake IAM CYCLING s.t.
74 KOLOBNEV Alexandr GAZPROM-RUSVELO 25’ 03”
75 DOMONT Axel AG2R-LA MONDIALE s.t.
76 BETTIOL Alberto CANNONDALE 25’ 06”
77 KNEES Christian SKY s.t.
78 PETILLI Simone LAMPRE-MERIDA s.t.
79 RYBALKIN Aleksey GAZPROM-RUSVELO s.t.
80 SUTTERLIN Jasha MOVISTAR s.t.
81 FIRSANOV Sergey GAZPROM-RUSVELO s.t.
82 VOROBYEV Anton KATUSHA s.t.
83 SERRY Pieter ETIXX-QUICK STEP s.t.
84 MARTINEZ Daniel WILIER TRIESTINA s.t.
85 KEIZER Martijn LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
86 HAUSSLER Heinrich IAM CYCLING s.t.
87 KUNG Stefan BMC 25’ 39”
88 TIMMER Albert GIANT-ALPECIN 25’ 54”
89 KUZNETSOV Viacheslav KATUSHA 26’ 34”
90 BAK Lars Ytting LOTTO-SOUDAL 26’ 56”
91 BRUTT Pavel TINKOFF 27’ 42”
92 BOARO Manuele TINKOFF 29’ 40”
93 OVECHKIN Artem GAZPROM-RUSVELO 30’ 38”
94 PETROV Evgeny TINKOFF s.t.
95 TJALLINGII Maarten LOTTO NL-JUMBO 31’ 21”
96 THOMSON Jay Robert DIMENSION DATA 36’ 31”
97 POZZATO Filippo WILIER TRIESTINA s.t.
98 QUINZIATO Manuel BMC s.t.
99 ZABEL Rick BMC s.t.
100 DELAGE Mickael FDJ s.t.
101 COLEDAN Marco TREK-SEGAFREDO s.t.
102 SIMION Paolo BARDIANI-CSF s.t.
103 ZHUPA Eugert WILIER TRIESTINA s.t.
104 SENNI Manuel BMC s.t.
105 KADRI Blel AG2R-LA MONDIALE s.t.
106 SBARAGLI Kristian DIMENSION DATA s.t.
107 RODRIGUEZ Cristian WILIER TRIESTINA s.t.
108 WISNIOWSKI Lukasz ETIXX-QUICK STEP s.t.
109 LE GAC Olivier FDJ s.t.
110 MOHORIC Matej LAMPRE-MERIDA s.t.
111 BONGIORNO Francesco BARDIANI-CSF s.t.
112 TUFT Svein ORICA-GREENEDGE s.t.
113 BOLE Grega NIPPO-VINI FANTINI s.t.
114 MAESTRI Mirco BARDIANI-CSF s.t.
115 ALAFACI Eugenio TREK-SEGAFREDO s.t.
116 CASTELIJNS Twan LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
117 JI Cheng GIANT-ALPECIN s.t.
118 COLBRELLI Sonny BARDIANI-CSF s.t.
119 FISCHER Murilo Antonio FDJ s.t.
120 STAMSNIJDER Tom GIANT-ALPECIN s.t.
121 WELLENS Tim LOTTO-SOUDAL s.t.
122 KOSHEVOY Ilia LAMPRE-MERIDA s.t.
123 JIM Songezo DIMENSION DATA s.t.
124 DE BIE Sean LOTTO-SOUDAL s.t.
125 VAN EMDEN Jos LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
126 BEWLEY Sam ORICA-GREENEDGE s.t.
127 SOLOMENNIKOV Andrey GAZPROM-RUSVELO s.t.
128 HEPBURN Michael ORICA-GREENEDGE s.t.
129 KONOVALOVAS Ignatas FDJ s.t.
130 NAVARDAUSKAS Ramunas CANNONDALE s.t.
131 BOBRIDGE Jack TREK-SEGAFREDO s.t.
132 VENTER Jacobus DIMENSION DATA s.t.
133 TOSATTO Matteo TINKOFF s.t.
134 SEROV Alexander GAZPROM-RUSVELO s.t.
135 ZILIOLI Gianfranco NIPPO-VINI FANTINI s.t.
136 YAMAMOTO Genki NIPPO-VINI FANTINI s.t.
137 BELKOV Maxim KATUSHA s.t.
138 VANENDERT Jelle LOTTO-SOUDAL s.t.
139 LIGTHART Pim LOTTO-SOUDAL s.t.
140 NIZZOLO Giacomo TREK-SEGAFREDO s.t.
141 ROSSKOPF Joseph BMC s.t.
142 COURTEILLE Arnaud FDJ s.t.
143 AMEZQUETA Julen WILIER TRIESTINA s.t.
144 SAVITSKIY Ivan GAZPROM-RUSVELO s.t.
145 ANDREETTA Simone BARDIANI-CSF s.t.
146 PORSEV Alexander KATUSHA s.t.
147 TRENTIN Matteo ETIXX-QUICK STEP s.t.
148 BOEM Nicola BARDIANI-CSF s.t.
149 OSS Daniel BMC s.t.
150 BUSATO Matteo WILIER TRIESTINA s.t.
151 STACCHIOTTI Riccardo NIPPO-VINI FANTINI 36’ 44”
152 DE MARCHI Alessandro BMC s.t.
153 MODOLO Sacha LAMPRE-MERIDA 36’ 58”
154 ARNDT Nikias GIANT-ALPECIN s.t.
155 KLUGE Roger IAM CYCLING s.t.
156 FERRARI Roberto LAMPRE-MERIDA s.t.
157 GROSU Eduard Michael NIPPO-VINI FANTINI 37’ 16”

GC after Stage 19:

3,166.1 kilometers raced so far at an average speed of 40.47 km/hr

1 CHAVES Esteban ORICA-GREENEDGE 78hr 14min 20sec
2 NIBALI Vincenzo ASTANA @ 44sec
3 KRUIJSWIJK Steven LOTTO NL-JUMBO 01’ 05”
4 VALVERDE Alejandro MOVISTAR 01’ 48”
5 MAJKA Rafal TINKOFF 03’ 59”
6 JUNGELS Bob ETIXX-QUICK STEP 07’ 53”
7 AMADOR Andrey MOVISTAR 09’ 34”
8 URAN URAN Rigoberto CANNONDALE 12’ 18”
9 SIUTSOU Kanstantsin DIMENSION DATA 13’ 19”
10 POZZOVIVO Domenico AG2R-LA MONDIALE 14’ 11”
11 FUGLSANG Jakob ASTANA 18’ 41”
12 ATAPUMA Darwin BMC 20’ 51”
13 DUPONT Hubert AG2R-LA MONDIALE 21’ 32”
14 MONFORT Maxime LOTTO-SOUDAL 29’ 53”
15 HENAO Sebastian SKY 30’ 02”
16 CARDOSO Andre Fernando CANNONDALE 31’ 11”
17 VISCONTI Giovanni MOVISTAR 31’ 22”
18 PIRAZZI Stefano BARDIANI-CSF 33’ 30”
19 MONTAGUTI Matteo AG2R-LA MONDIALE 35’ 42”
20 SCARPONI Michele ASTANA 37’ 17”
21 ROCHE Nicholas SKY 42’ 08”
22 ULISSI Diego LAMPRE-MERIDA 45’ 36”
23 PREIDLER Georg GIANT-ALPECIN 52’ 39”
24 BRAMBILLA Gianluca ETIXX-QUICK STEP 56’ 23”
25 KANGERT Tanel ASTANA 58’ 09”
26 CONTI Valerio LAMPRE-MERIDA 1h 07’ 15”
27 NIEVE Mikel SKY 1h 08’ 38”
28 FORMOLO Davide CANNONDALE 1h 09’ 53”
29 ZEITS Andrey ASTANA 1h 10’ 17”
30 ANTON HERNANDEZ Igor DIMENSION DATA 1h 18’ 02”
31 KOCHETKOV Pavel KATUSHA 1h 20’ 28”
32 FIRSANOV Sergey GAZPROM-RUSVELO 1h 21’ 37”
33 ROVNY Ivan TINKOFF 1h 24’ 07”
34 BATTAGLIN Enrico LOTTO NL-JUMBO 1h 24’ 45”
35 TAARAMAE Rein KATUSHA 1h 31’ 00”
36 MOSER Moreno CANNONDALE 1h 34’ 24”
37 MALACARNE Davide ASTANA 1h 35’ 46”
38 POLJANSKI Pawel TINKOFF 1h 35’ 56”
39 DOMBROWSKI Joseph Lloyd CANNONDALE 1h 39’ 12”
40 VERONA Carlos ETIXX-QUICK STEP 1h 43’ 21”
41 WYSS Marcel IAM CYCLING 1h 43’ 36”
42 CUNEGO Damiano NIPPO-VINI FANTINI 1h 44’ 01”
43 KUDUS GHEBREMEDHIN Merhawi DIMENSION DATA 1h 44’ 43”
44 SILIN Egor KATUSHA 1h 48’ 01”
45 ROJAS GIL Jose Joaquin MOVISTAR 1h 50’ 07”
46 ZOIDL Riccardo TREK-SEGAFREDO 1h 52’ 45”
47 BOARO Manuele TINKOFF 1h 54’ 13”
48 BROWN Nathan CANNONDALE 2h 02’ 29”
49 HOWSON Damien ORICA-GREENEDGE 2h 02’ 32”
50 DOMONT Axel AG2R-LA MONDIALE 2h 04’ 05”
51 BUSATO Matteo WILIER TRIESTINA 2h 05’ 25”
52 HERNANDEZ Jesus TINKOFF 2h 07’ 06”
53 FOLIFOROV Alexander GAZPROM-RUSVELO 2h 09’ 29”
54 BONNAFOND Guillaume AG2R-LA MONDIALE 2h 09’ 52”
55 LUDVIGSSON Tobias GIANT-ALPECIN 2h 10’ 59”
56 DENIFL Stefan IAM CYCLING 2h 13’ 00”
57 KUNG Stefan BMC 2h 14’ 47”
58 TANKINK Bram LOTTO NL-JUMBO 2h 18’ 05”
59 TXURRUKA Amets ORICA-GREENEDGE 2h 22’ 54”
60 PLAZA MOLINA Ruben ORICA-GREENEDGE 2h 29’ 39”
61 HERRADA LOPEZ José MOVISTAR 2h 30’ 41”
62 KNEES Christian SKY 2h 31’ 28”
63 ROGLIC Primoz LOTTO NL-JUMBO 2h 35’ 18”
64 CLARKE Simon CANNONDALE 2h 35’ 26”
65 MORI Manuele LAMPRE-MERIDA 2h 36’ 10”
66 KOZHATAYEV Bakhtiyar ASTANA 2h 40’ 25”
67 LOPEZ GARCIA David SKY 2h 40’ 56”
68 SERRY Pieter ETIXX-QUICK STEP 2h 41’ 47”
69 HOULE Hugo AG2R-LA MONDIALE 2h 43’ 00”
70 TRENTIN Matteo ETIXX-QUICK STEP 2h 43’ 22”
71 DIDIER Laurent TREK-SEGAFREDO 2h 44’ 41”
72 SENNI Manuel BMC 2h 45’ 04”
73 PETILLI Simone LAMPRE-MERIDA 2h 45’ 30”
74 VAN ZYL Johann DIMENSION DATA 2h 50’ 49”
75 BOSWELL Ian SKY 2h 52’ 39”
76 KOLOBNEV Alexandr GAZPROM-RUSVELO 2h 53’ 02”
77 MODOLO Sacha LAMPRE-MERIDA 2h 53’ 52”
78 BETTIOL Alberto CANNONDALE 2h 55’ 55”
79 ARNDT Nikias GIANT-ALPECIN 2h 57’ 25”
80 MCCARTHY Jay TINKOFF 2h 57’ 59”
81 HAGA Chad GIANT-ALPECIN 2h 58’ 12”
82 PETROV Evgeny TINKOFF 2h 59’ 00”
83 BRUTT Pavel TINKOFF 3h 0’ 24”
84 SUTHERLAND Rory MOVISTAR 3h 01’ 00”
85 HANSEN Adam LOTTO-SOUDAL 3h 01’ 24”
86 BAK Lars Ytting LOTTO-SOUDAL 3h 01’ 35”
87 BISOLTI Alessandro NIPPO-VINI FANTINI 3h 02’ 20”
88 SBARAGLI Kristian DIMENSION DATA 3h 07’ 11”
89 CAPECCHI Eros ASTANA 3h 07’ 12”
90 MARTINEZ Daniel WILIER TRIESTINA 3h 09’ 04”
91 COLBRELLI Sonny BARDIANI-CSF 3h 10’ 29”
92 WELLENS Tim LOTTO-SOUDAL 3h 10’ 46”
93 MOHORIC Matej LAMPRE-MERIDA 3h 11’ 36”
94 HAUSSLER Heinrich IAM CYCLING 3h 11’ 46”
95 VENTER Jacobus DIMENSION DATA 3h 13’ 23”
96 VANENDERT Jelle LOTTO-SOUDAL 3h 14’ 52”
97 RODRIGUEZ Cristian WILIER TRIESTINA 3h 15’ 37”
98 SAVITSKIY Ivan GAZPROM-RUSVELO 3h 16’ 30”
99 VAUGRENARD Benoit FDJ 3h 17’ 25”
100 LAENGEN Vegard Stake IAM CYCLING 3h 17’ 55”
101 ALAFACI Eugenio TREK-SEGAFREDO 3h 18’ 40”
102 TOSATTO Matteo TINKOFF 3h 21’ 09”
103 DE BIE Sean LOTTO-SOUDAL 3h 21’ 15”
104 BONGIORNO Francesco BARDIANI-CSF 3h 21’ 29”
105 DE MARCHI Alessandro BMC 3h 21’ 36”
106 ROSSKOPF Joseph BMC 3h 21’ 59”
107 VOROBYEV Anton KATUSHA 3h 22’ 49”
108 KEIZER Martijn LOTTO NL-JUMBO 3h 25’ 20”
109 NIZZOLO Giacomo TREK-SEGAFREDO 3h 26’ 13”
110 OSS Daniel BMC 3h 28’ 57”
111 AMEZQUETA Julen WILIER TRIESTINA 3h 29’ 44”
112 SUTTERLIN Jasha MOVISTAR 3h 29’ 58”
113 CASTELIJNS Twan LOTTO NL-JUMBO 3h 30’ 46”
114 POZZATO Filippo WILIER TRIESTINA 3h 31’ 16”
115 BELKOV Maxim KATUSHA 3h 33’ 06”
116 QUINZIATO Manuel BMC 3h 33’ 55”
117 ZILIOLI Gianfranco NIPPO-VINI FANTINI 3h 35’ 14”
118 MAESTRI Mirco BARDIANI-CSF 3h 36’ 32”
119 KOSHEVOY Ilia LAMPRE-MERIDA 3h 37’ 17”
120 VAN EMDEN Jos LOTTO NL-JUMBO 3h 38’ 25”
121 NAVARDAUSKAS Ramunas CANNONDALE 3h 38’ 56”
122 TIMMER Albert GIANT-ALPECIN 3h 39’ 30”
123 KUZNETSOV Viacheslav KATUSHA 3h 40’ 41”
124 TJALLINGII Maarten LOTTO NL-JUMBO 3h 41’ 21”
125 LIGTHART Pim LOTTO-SOUDAL 3h 42’ 08”
126 SOLOMENNIKOV Andrey GAZPROM-RUSVELO 3h 42’ 30”
127 SEROV Alexander GAZPROM-RUSVELO 3h 43’ 59”
128 COLEDAN Marco TREK-SEGAFREDO 3h 44’ 27”
129 RYBALKIN Aleksey GAZPROM-RUSVELO 3h 45’ 13”
130 ZHUPA Eugert WILIER TRIESTINA 3h 45’ 37”
131 SIMION Paolo BARDIANI-CSF 3h 45’ 48”
132 FERRARI Roberto LAMPRE-MERIDA 3h 50’ 30”
133 LE GAC Olivier FDJ 3h 51’ 48”
134 KONOVALOVAS Ignatas FDJ 3h 54’ 00”
135 BOLE Grega NIPPO-VINI FANTINI 3h 54’ 26”
136 COURTEILLE Arnaud FDJ 3h 55’ 31”
137 KLUGE Roger IAM CYCLING 3h 55’ 50”
138 BEWLEY Sam ORICA-GREENEDGE 3h 56’ 40”
139 WISNIOWSKI Lukasz ETIXX-QUICK STEP 3h 57’ 38”
140 BOEM Nicola BARDIANI-CSF 3h 58’ 18”
141 ZABEL Rick BMC 3h 58’ 41”
142 ANDREETTA Simone BARDIANI-CSF 3h 58’ 47”
143 OVECHKIN Artem GAZPROM-RUSVELO 3h 59’ 07”
144 STAMSNIJDER Tom GIANT-ALPECIN 4h 0’ 52”
145 JIM Songezo DIMENSION DATA 4h 02’ 24”
146 PORSEV Alexander KATUSHA 4h 04’ 00”
147 TUFT Svein ORICA-GREENEDGE 4h 05’ 26”
148 KADRI Blel AG2R-LA MONDIALE 4h 06’ 10”
149 DELAGE Mickael FDJ 4h 08’ 02”
150 THOMSON Jay Robert DIMENSION DATA 4h 09’ 25”
151 HEPBURN Michael ORICA-GREENEDGE 4h 10’ 21”
152 YAMAMOTO Genki NIPPO-VINI FANTINI 4h 11’ 27”
153 FISCHER Murilo Antonio FDJ 4h 12’ 21”
154 GROSU Eduard Michael NIPPO-VINI FANTINI 4h 13’ 31”
155 JI Cheng GIANT-ALPECIN 4h 26’ 04”
156 STACCHIOTTI Riccardo NIPPO-VINI FANTINI 4h 27’ 38”
157 BOBRIDGE Jack TREK-SEGAFREDO 4h 31’ 13”

Stage 19 map and profile

Giro stage 19

2016 Giro d'Italia stage 19 map

Stage 19 profile

2016 Giro d'Italia stage 19 profile

Stage 19 photos by Fotoreporter Sirotti:

Vincenzo Nibali

Vincenzo Nibali attacks

Steven Kruijswijk

Steven Kruijswijk makes it to the finish, worse for the wear after crashing.

Vincenzo Nibali

Nibali wins the stage.

Esteban Chaves

Esteban Chaves finishes third, good enough to make him the new race leader.

Bob Jungels

Young rider classification leader Bob Jungels nears the finish.

Rafal Majka

Rafal Majka on the climb.

Nichlas Roche

Nicholas Roche

Diego Ulissi

Diego Ulissi

Vincenzo Nibali

Italy should be calming down a bit now that Nibali has shown he does have great form after a couple of rough days.

Esteban Chaves

Chaves enjoys getting the maglia rosa back

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