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2016 Paris-Tours (HC) Results

110th edition: Sunday, October 9, 2016

Paris-Tours podium history | 2015 edition | 2017 edition | Course map and profile | Organizer's preview | Start list with back numbers

Sunday, October 9, 2016. Dreux - Tours, 252.5 km

Fernando Gaviria

Etixx-Quick Step certainly had a good day, winning both the men's world team time trial championships and Fernando Gaviria winning the prestigious and historic Paris-Tours

The Race: Here's the organizer's telling of the day's racing.

The 120th edition of Paris-Tours looked very promising at the start of the race in Dreux. The "classic of the fallen leaves", a dress rehearsal for next week's World Championships, was drawn for a sprinter, and while a fast man did prevail at the end of the 252.5 km race, few could have foreseen the way it unfolded. Indeed, today a sprinter foiled the sprinters. Etixx-Quick-Step's Colombian phenomenon Fernando Gaviria exploited a fleeting deceleration in the peloton to sneak away and grab victory on the Avenue de Grammont in Tours. Frenchman Arnaud Démare took second place ahead of Belgian Jonas Van Genechten.

The 188-strong peloton of the 110th Paris–Tours rolled out under the sunny autumn sky. The world's top sprinters congregated near the Royal Chapel in Dreux, host to the start of the "classic of the falling leaves" for the first time, for one final confrontation before next week's World Championships in Qatar. French sprinters, playing at home today, bathed in the adoration of the numerous fans who came out to cheer them. Nacer Bouhanni (Cofidis, Solutions Crédits) and Arnaud Démare (FDJ), who will be French national team's ace cards next week, were particularly sought after, but even they had to share the limelight with other big names of world cycling, including Mark Cavendish. The Briton was "glad to be back in France" after racking up four stage wins in July.

A timid breeze awaited today's heroes on their 252.5 km ride to Tours' legendary Avenue de Grammont. The pancake-flat course failed to deter attacks from the drop of the flag, with lots of riders eager to show themselves at the front of a race celebrating its 120th anniversary. The hectic pace of the first few minutes strung out the peloton and, at times, caused splits. A seven-man group went off the front after about 20 km, with Arnaud Gérard (Fortuneo–Vital Concept) dragging Floris Gerts (BMC Racing Team), Pirmin Lang (IAM Cycling), Biran van Goethem (Roompot Oranje Peloton), Kévin Lebreton (Armée de Terre), Maarten Wynants (Team Lotto - Jumbo) and French climber Warren Barguil (Team Giant – Alpecin)  along in his third Paris–Tours breakaway. The 2′20″ gap at km 37 sparked a swift reaction in the peloton, with Tom Boonen and Fernando Gaviria's Etixx–Quick-Step teammates leading the chase.

Cofidis, Solutions Crédits, FDJ, Lotto–Soudal and Sky worked together to ensure the difference never exceeded 4′20″. Warren Barguil had no trouble rejoining the breakaway after a mechanical, but back in the main group the heightened pace set by the sprinters' teams spooked the peloton and caused many snags. The leader of Roompot–Oranje Peloton, Dutchman Maurits Lammertink, was among those who hit the deck. The odds on a mass sprint shortened dramatically as the gap dwindled to just 40 seconds with 27 km to go.

The breakaway started to fracture under the pressure of the bunch, with Kevin Lebreton the first to crack after a strenuous effort. Team Katusha's Sergey Lagutin and Giant–Alpecin's Bert De Backer launched a counterattack when the early breakaway was caught with 14 km to go, but their 10-second gap with 9 km to go only bought them four more kilometres. A mass sprint seemed inevitable, but Etixx–Quick-Step's Fernando Gaviria had other plans.

The Colombian exploited a fleeting deceleration at the front of the bunch to open up the gas at the very start of the Avenue de Grammont, 800 metres from the line. His opponents left it for too late and could only watch as Gaviria powered away with his hands on the handlebar hoods to claim the first Paris–Tours victory by an American rider. Arnaud Démare was the best of the rest, while Belgian Jonas Van Genechten marked IAM Cycling's final race with a nice podium spot. The wily young fox, Gaviria, was all smiles after his stunning coup ahead of the Worlds in Qatar. The sprint prodigy showed that talent knows no age… Even the winner of Paris–Tours Espoirs, Dutchman Arvid de Kleijn, is older!

Complete Results:

252.5 kilometers raced at an average speed of 47.042 km/hr

1 GAVIRIA Fernando ETIXX-QUICK STEP 5hr 22min 3sec
2 DEMARE Arnaud FDJ s.t.
3 VAN GENECHTEN Jonas IAM CYCLING s.t.
4 TRENTIN Matteo ETIXX-QUICK STEP s.t.
5 COQUARD Bryan DIRECT ENERGIE s.t.
6 CAVENDISH Mark DIMENSION DATA s.t.
7 BOUHANNI Nacer COFIDIS s.t.
8 DEBUSSCHERE Jens LOTTO SOUDAL s.t.
9 MEZGEC Luka ORICA-BIKEEXCHANGE s.t.
10 DRUCKER Jean-Pierre BMC s.t.
11 WAEYTENS ZICO GIANT-ALPECIN s.t.
12 JANS Roy WANTY-GROUPE GOBERT s.t.
13 BARBIER Rudy ROUBAIX METROPOLE LILLE s.t.
14 FEILLU Romain HP BTP-AUBER 93 s.t.
15 BENNETT Sam BORA-ARGON 18 s.t.
16 SBARAGLI Kristan DIMENSION DATA s.t.
17 ASSELMAN Jesper ROOMPOT ORANJE PELOTON s.t.
18 LIENHARD Fabian BMC s.t.
19 PORSEV Alexander KATUSHA s.t.
20 GUARNIERI Jacopo KATUSHA s.t.
21 BOONEN Tom ETIXX-QUICK STEP s.t.
22 DUQUE Leonardo DELKO MARSEILLE PROVENCE s.t.
23 VIVIANI Elia TEAM SKY s.t.
24 TEUNISSEN Mike LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
25 NAESEN Oliver IAM CYCLING s.t.
26 CAPIOT Amaury TOPSPORT VLAANDEREN s.t.
27 KREDER Raymond ROOMPOT ORANJE PELOTON s.t.
28 NAPOLITANO Danilo WANTY-GROUPE GOBERT s.t.
29 HOFLAND Moreno LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
30 CURVERS Roy GIANT-ALPECIN s.t.
31 MC LAY DANIEL FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT s.t.
32 TLEUBAYEV Ruslan ASTANA s.t.
33 NIELSEN Magnus Cort ORICA-BIKEEXCHANGE s.t.
34 VAN ASBROECK Tom LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
35 CASTELIJNS Twan LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
36 VAN EMPEL Etienne ROOMPOT ORANJE PELOTON s.t.
37 HALLER Marco KATUSHA s.t.
38 RICHEZE Ariel Maximiliano ETIXX-QUICK STEP s.t.
39 GERTS Floris BMC s.t.
40 JAKIN Alo HP BTP-AUBER 93 s.t.
41 GUARDINI Andrea ASTANA s.t.
42 SISKEVICIUS Evaldas DELKO MARSEILLE PROVENCE s.t.
43 EISEL Bernhard DIMENSION DATA s.t.
44 FENN Andrew TEAM SKY s.t.
45 KEUKELEIRE Jens ORICA-BIKEEXCHANGE s.t.
46 HERKLOTZ Silvio BORA-ARGON 18 s.t.
47 TURGIS Jimmy ROUBAIX METROPOLE LILLE s.t.
48 OFFREDO Yoann FDJ s.t.
49 DE VREESE LAURENS ASTANA s.t.
50 WALSCHEID Maximilian GIANT-ALPECIN s.t.
51 GIBBONS Ryan DIMENSION DATA s.t.
52 ROELANDTS Jurgen LOTTO SOUDAL s.t.
53 SARREAU Marc FDJ s.t.
54 BODIOT Alexis ARMEE DE TERRE s.t.
55 POULHIES Stéphane ARMEE DE TERRE s.t.
56 VAN WINDEN Dennis LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
57 MAES Nikolas ETIXX-QUICK STEP s.t.
58 MALDONADO Anthony HP BTP-AUBER 93 s.t.
59 KLUGE Roger IAM CYCLING s.t.
60 BACKAERT Frederik WANTY-GROUPE GOBERT s.t.
61 GOUAULT Pierre HP BTP-AUBER 93 s.t.
62 VAN GESTEL Dries TOPSPORT VLAANDEREN s.t.
63 FABRE Etienne AG2R LA MONDIALE s.t.
64 BAUGNIES Jérôme WANTY-GROUPE GOBERT s.t.
65 ZABEL Rick BMC s.t.
66 SABATINI Fabio ETIXX-QUICK STEP s.t.
67 DE BUYST Jasper LOTTO SOUDAL s.t.
68 TULIK ANGÉLO DIRECT ENERGIE s.t.
69 HUTAROVICH Yauheni FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT s.t.
70 KRAGH ANDERSEN Asbjorn DELKO MARSEILLE PROVENCE s.t.
71 STYBAR Zdenek ETIXX-QUICK STEP s.t.
72 DUCHESNE Antoine DIRECT ENERGIE s.t.
73 LADAGNOUS Matthieu FDJ s.t.
74 OOMEN Sam GIANT-ALPECIN s.t.
75 PEREIRA Florent ROUBAIX METROPOLE LILLE s.t.
76 LEVARLET Guillaume HP BTP-AUBER 93 s.t.
77 VAN AVERMAET Greg BMC s.t.
78 ELMIGER Martin IAM CYCLING s.t.
79 PELLAUD Simon IAM CYCLING s.t.
80 DENIFL Stefan IAM CYCLING s.t.
81 DILLIER Silvan BMC s.t.
82 KONOVALOVAS Ignatas FDJ s.t.
83 PICHOT Alexandre DIRECT ENERGIE s.t.
84 DE VRIES Berden ROOMPOT ORANJE PELOTON s.t.
85 VEUCHELEN Frederik WANTY-GROUPE GOBERT s.t.
86 LAGUTIN Sergey KATUSHA s.t.
87 POUILLY Felix ROUBAIX METROPOLE LILLE s.t.
88 PETIT Adrien DIRECT ENERGIE s.t.
89 POWER Robert ORICA-BIKEEXCHANGE s.t.
90 BONNAMOUR Franck FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT s.t.
91 VAN MELSEN Kevin WANTY-GROUPE GOBERT s.t.
92 LEVEAU Jérémy ROUBAIX METROPOLE LILLE + 00' 20''
93 GUYOT Yann ARMEE DE TERRE s.t.
94 VAN DER LIJKE Nicky ROOMPOT ORANJE PELOTON + 00' 22''
95 VAN DER SANDE Tosh LOTTO SOUDAL s.t.
96 COSNEFROY Benoit AG2R LA MONDIALE s.t.
97 VANOTTI Alessandro ASTANA s.t.
98 BERARD Julien AG2R LA MONDIALE s.t.
99 LAAS Martin DELKO MARSEILLE PROVENCE s.t.
100 VAN GOETHEM Brian ROOMPOT ORANJE PELOTON s.t.
101 DE BACKER Bert GIANT-ALPECIN s.t.
102 DUVAL Julien ARMEE DE TERRE s.t.
103 SCHÄR Michael BMC s.t.
104 VLIEGEN Loic BMC s.t.
105 ROSSETTO Stéphane COFIDIS s.t.
106 VANMARCKE Sep LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
107 BONNET William FDJ s.t.
108 BRAMMEIER Matthew DIMENSION DATA s.t.
109 DASSONVILLE Flavien HP BTP-AUBER 93 s.t.
110 RAIBAUD Jimmy ARMEE DE TERRE s.t.
111 BIDARD François AG2R LA MONDIALE s.t.
112 LAPORTE Christophe COFIDIS + 00' 27''
113 VAN LERBERGHE Bert TOPSPORT VLAANDEREN s.t.
114 DOULL Owain TEAM SKY + 00' 33''
115 VALLEE Boris FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT s.t.
116 DEGENDT Aimé TOPSPORT VLAANDEREN + 00' 38''
117 GOLAS Michal TEAM SKY + 00' 44''
118 PACHER Quentin DELKO MARSEILLE PROVENCE + 00' 50''
119 JAUREGUI Quentin AG2R LA MONDIALE s.t.
120 RENAULT MAXIME HP BTP-AUBER 93 + 00' 54''
121 GESBERT Elie FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT + 00' 56''
122 ANTOMARCHI Julien ROUBAIX METROPOLE LILLE s.t.
123 VAUBOURZEIX Thomas DELKO MARSEILLE PROVENCE s.t.
124 COMBAUD Romain DELKO MARSEILLE PROVENCE s.t.
125 HUPOND Thierry DELKO MARSEILLE PROVENCE s.t.
126 FOMINYKH Daniil ASTANA s.t.
127 DENZ Nico AG2R LA MONDIALE s.t.
128 VERONA Carlos ORICA-BIKEEXCHANGE s.t.
129 WYNANTS Maarten LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
130 THOMSON Jay Robert DIMENSION DATA s.t.
131 HAYMAN Mathew ORICA-BIKEEXCHANGE s.t.
132 REGUIGUI Youcef DIMENSION DATA s.t.
133 VANSPEYBROUCK Pieter TOPSPORT VLAANDEREN s.t.
134 VAUGRENARD Benoît FDJ s.t.
135 MOLARD Rudy COFIDIS s.t.
136 VAN GINNEKEN Sjoerd ROOMPOT ORANJE PELOTON s.t.
137 VAN HECKE Preben TOPSPORT VLAANDEREN s.t.
138 TIMMER Albert GIANT-ALPECIN s.t.
139 MCNALLY Mark WANTY-GROUPE GOBERT s.t.
140 STANNARD Ian TEAM SKY s.t.
141 STAMSNIJDER Tom GIANT-ALPECIN s.t.
142 GUILLEMOIS ROMAIN DIRECT ENERGIE s.t.
143 MORICE Julien DIRECT ENERGIE s.t.
144 HOELGAARD Daniel FDJ s.t.
145 MINARD Sébastien AG2R LA MONDIALE s.t.
146 PÖSTLBERGER Lukas BORA-ARGON 18 s.t.
147 BOUDAT Thomas DIRECT ENERGIE + 01' 03''
148 SOUPE GEOFFREY COFIDIS s.t.
149 THWAITES Scott BORA-ARGON 18 + 01' 38''
150 BAK Lars Ytting LOTTO SOUDAL + 01' 43''
151 WALLAYS Jelle LOTTO SOUDAL s.t.
152 ROWE Luke TEAM SKY s.t.
153 FRISON Frederik LOTTO SOUDAL s.t.
154 PFINGSTEN Christoph BORA-ARGON 18 s.t.
155 BOECKMANS Kris LOTTO SOUDAL s.t.
156 TURGIS Anthony COFIDIS s.t.
157 BREEN Vegard FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT + 01' 47''
158 SENECHAL Florian COFIDIS + 01' 50''
159 LEMOINE Cyril COFIDIS s.t.
160 MARCATO Marco WANTY-GROUPE GOBERT + 01' 54''
161 BOUWMAN Koen LOTTO NL-JUMBO + 02' 27''
162 VAN ZYL Johann DIMENSION DATA s.t.
163 SPRENGERS Thomas TOPSPORT VLAANDEREN s.t.
164 DOCKER Mitchell ORICA-BIKEEXCHANGE + 02' 38''
165 PERICHON Pierre-Luc FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT + 02' 45''
166 NORDHAUG Lars Petter TEAM SKY + 02' 49''
167 DEMPSTER Zakkari BORA-ARGON 18 + 03' 00''
168 LANG Pirmin IAM CYCLING s.t.
169 WALLAYS Jens TOPSPORT VLAANDEREN + 04' 37''
170 GERARD Arnaud FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT + 05' 30''
171 BARGUIL WARREN GIANT-ALPECIN + 05' 44''
172 SARAMOTINS Aleksejs IAM CYCLING + 07' 17''
173 ROSTOLLAN Thomas ARMEE DE TERRE + 09' 24''
174 LEBRETON Kévin ARMEE DE TERRE s.t.
175 MONCOMBLE Nicolas ROUBAIX METROPOLE LILLE s.t.
176 MAES Alexander KATUSHA s.t.
177 SCHWARZMANN Michael BORA-ARGON 18 s.t.
178 EWAN Caleb ORICA-BIKEEXCHANGE + 10' 03''

2016 Paris -Tours map and profile:

2016 Paris-Tour map

2016 Paris-Tours map

2016 Paris-Tour profile

2016 Paris-Tours profile


Organizer's preview:

On 9th October, the Paris-Tours pack will set off from Dreux for a 252.5 kilometre journey on which the best sprinters' teams are unlikely to let the scenario of a bunched finish slip through their grasp. Spectators can look forward to one hell of a battle along Avenue de Grammont.

Normally, the perspective of Paris-Tours gives rise to talk of which race scenarios will lead to the crowning of one of the last big winners of the season. On recent editions, a rider who managed to take advantage of side-winds breaking up the pack, Matteo Trentin, succeeded another morning breakaway rider, Jelle Wallays, whilst in 2013 a bunch sprint witnessed the victory of John Degenkolb for his first triumph on a major classic. Over the last fifteen years, the titles have been more or less equally split between the speedy specialists of the Avenue de Grammont finish and the breakaway fighters better over longer distances, such as the current Olympic Champion, Greg van Avermaet, who also enjoyed his first major success in Tours in 2011. This year, however, it is very unlikely that the winner's bouquet will not end up in the hands of a sprinter. Indeed, many of the speedsters' teams will be in attendance to test their explosiveness. The proximity of the World Championships in Doha will add extra spice to the race, bearing in mind that the psychological blow of a victory weighs heavily in the battle between the fast men.

A majority of the favourites for the race in Qatar will also be the leading pretenders to the crown on the 110th edition of Paris-Tours. Though he dominated the sprints on the Tour de France, Mark Cavendish did not win in Tours on his only participation so far, which, coincidentally enough, was his first race with the rainbow jersey in 2011. The British rider perhaps has the opportunity to strike a major blow, but he will be up against the cream of the cream… and not only Sam Bennett who he beat several days ago on the finish of stage 2 on the Tour of Tuscany. André Greipel, who won the final Tour de France stage on the Champs-Elysées, “Cav's” favourite playground, also has his sights on triumph on Paris-Tours, just like Frenchmen Arnaud Démare, Nacer Bouhanni and Bryan Coquard, Australians Caleb Ewan and Michael Matthews, Belgian Tom Boonen or Italian Elia Viviani. Accompanied by their lead-out men, also in the midst of fine-tuning before Doha, the sprinters will most likely not give a chance to Marco Marcato, Sylvain Chavanel and Warren Barguil, for example. However, it would seem that Greg van Avermaet has been full of beans recently…

The main contenders:

South Africa
Team Dimension Data: Cavendish (Gbr), Sbaragli (Ita), R.Janse van Rensburg (Zaf)

Germany
Team Giant-Alpecin: Barguil (Fra), Oomen (Ned), De Kort (Ned)
Bora-Argon 18: Bennett (Irl), Archbold (Nzl)

Australia
Orica- BikeExchange: Matthews, Ewan (Aus), Keukeleire (Bel)

Belgium
Lotto-Soudal: Greipel (Ger), Debusschere, Roelandts (Bel)
Etixx - Quick Step: Boonen (Bel), Trentin (Ita), Gaviria (Col), Richeze (Arg)
Wanty - Groupe Gobert: Marcato (Ita), Veuchelen (Bel)
TopSport Vlaanderen - Baloise: Van Hecke (Bel)

USA
BMC Racing Team: Van Avermaet (Bel), Drucker (Lux)

France
AG2R La Mondiale: Turgot, Minard (Fra)
FDJ: Démare, Offredo (Fra)
Fortuneo - Vital Concept: Hivert (Fra), McLay (Gbr)
Cofidis, Solutions Crédits: Bouhanni, Laporte, Soupe (Fra)
Direct Energie: Chavanel, Coquard, Petit (Fra)
HP Btp - Auber 93: R.Feillu (Fra)
Delko Marseille Provence KTM: Duque (Col), Martinez (Fra)
Roubaix Lille Métropole: Barbier (Fra), Vantomme (Bel)
Armée de Terre: Poulhies, Rostollan (Fra)

Great Britain
Team Sky: Viviani (Ita), Roche (Irl)

Kazakhstan
Astana Pro Team: Guardini (Ita), Boom (Ned)

The Netherlands
Team Lotto-NL Jumbo: Hofland (Ned), Vanmarcke (Ned)
Roompot Oranje Peloton: Kreder (Ned)

Russia
Team Katusha: Guarnieri (Ita), Haller (Aut)

Switzerland
IAM Cycling: Naesen (Bel), Van Genechten (Bel)


2016 Paris-Tours start list with back numbers:

ETIXX-QUICK STEP / BEL
Sporting Manager: HOLM Brian
1 TRENTIN Matteo
2 BOONEN Tom
3 GAVIRIA Fernando
4 MAES Nikolas
5 MEERSMAN Gianni
6 RICHEZE Ariel Maximiliano
7 SABATINI Fabio
8 STYBAR Zdenek
LOTTO SOUDAL / BEL
Sporting Manager: WILLEMS Frederik
11 WALLAYS Jelle
12 BAK Lars Ytting
13 BOECKMANS Kris
14 DE BUYST Jasper
15 DEBUSSCHERE Jens
16 FRISON Frederik
17 ROELANDTS Jurgen
18 VAN DER SANDE Tosh
BMC RACING TEAM / USA
Sporting Manager: LEDANOIS Yvon
21 VAN AVERMAET Greg
22 DILLIER Silvan
23 DRUCKER Jean-Pierre
24 GERTS Floris
25 LIENHARD Fabian
26 SCHÄR Michael
27 VLIEGEN Loic
28 ZABEL Rick
FDJ / FRA
Sporting Manager: MADIOT Marc
31 DEMARE Arnaud
32 BONNET William
33 HOELGAARD Daniel
34 KONOVALOVAS Ignatas
35 LADAGNOUS Matthieu
36 OFFREDO Yoann
37 SARREAU Marc
38 VAUGRENARD Benoît
TEAM DIMENSION DATA / RSA
Sporting Manager: SANS VEGA Alex
41 CAVENDISH Mark
42 BRAMMEIER Matthew
43 EISEL Bernhard
44 GIBBONS Ryan
45 REGUIGUI Youcef
46 SBARAGLI Kristan
47 THOMSON Jay Robert
48 VAN ZYL Johann
COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS / FRA
Sporting Manager: JONROND Jean-Luc
51 BOUHANNI Nacer
53 LAPORTE Christophe
54 LEMOINE Cyril
55 MOLARD Rudy
56 SENECHAL Florian
57 SOUPE GEOFFREY
58 TURGIS Anthony
60 ROSSETTO Stéphane
ORICA-BIKEEXCHANGE / AUS
Sporting Manager: LAPAGE Laurenzo
61 EWAN Caleb
62 DOCKER Mitchell
63 HAYMAN Mathew
64 KEUKELEIRE Jens
65 MEZGEC Luka
66 NIELSEN Magnus Cort
67 POWER Robert
68 VERONA Carlos
TEAM SKY / GBR
Sporting Manager: KNAVEN Servais
71 VIVIANI Elia
72 DOULL Owain
73 FENN Andrew
74 GOLAS Michal
75 NORDHAUG Lars Petter
76 ROWE Luke
77 STANNARD Ian
DIRECT ENERGIE / FRA
Sporting Manager: GENAUZEAU Benoît
81 COQUARD Bryan
82 BOUDAT Thomas
83 DUCHESNE Antoine
84 GUILLEMOIS ROMAIN
85 MORICE Julien
86 PETIT Adrien
87 PICHOT Alexandre
88 TULIK ANGÉLO
ASTANA PRO TEAM / KAZ
Sporting Manager: ZANINI Stefano
91 GUARDINI Andrea
92 AGNOLI Valerio
93 DE VREESE LAURENS
94 FOMINYKH Daniil
95 TLEUBAYEV Ruslan
96 VANOTTI Alessandro
97 WESTRA Lieuwe
IAM CYCLING / SUI
Sporting Manager: SEIGNEUR Eddy
101 VAN GENECHTEN Jonas
102 DENIFL Stefan
103 ELMIGER Martin
104 KLUGE Roger
105 LANG Pirmin
106 NAESEN Oliver
107 PELLAUD Simon
108 SARAMOTINS Aleksejs
AG2R LA MONDIALE / FRA
Sporting Manager: JURDIE Julien
111 TURGOT Sébastien
112 BERARD Julien
113 BIDARD François
114 COSNEFROY Benoit
115 DENZ Nico
116 FABRE Etienne
117 JAUREGUI Quentin
118 MINARD Sébastien
TEAM LOTTO NL - JUMBO / NED
Sporting Manager: ENGELS Addy
121 VANMARCKE Sep
122 CASTELIJNS Twan
123 HOFLAND Moreno
125 TEUNISSEN Mike
126 VAN ASBROECK Tom
127 VAN WINDEN Dennis
128 WYNANTS Maarten
129 BOUWMAN Koen
FORTUNEO - VITAL CONCEPT / FRA
Sporting Manager: HINAULT Sébastien
131 MC LAY DANIEL
132 BONNAMOUR Franck
133 BREEN Vegard
134 GERARD Arnaud
135 GESBERT Elie
136 HUTAROVICH Yauheni
137 PERICHON Pierre-Luc
138 VALLEE Boris
TEAM KATUSHA / RUS
Sporting Manager: MIKHAILOV Gennady
141 HALLER Marco
142 BELKOV Maxim
143 GUARNIERI Jacopo
144 ISAYCHEV Vladimir
145 KOZONTCHUK Dmitry
146 LAGUTIN Sergey
147 MAES Alexander
148 PORSEV Alexander
WANTY - GROUPE GOBERT / BEL
Sporting Manager: VAN DER SCHUEREN Hilaire
151 MARCATO Marco
152 BACKAERT Frederik
153 BAUGNIES Jérôme
154 JANS Roy
155 MCNALLY Mark
156 NAPOLITANO Danilo
157 VAN MELSEN Kevin
158 VEUCHELEN Frederik
TEAM GIANT-ALPECIN / GER
Sporting Manager: VAN DONGEN Arthur
161 BARGUIL WARREN
162 CURVERS Roy
163 DE BACKER Bert
164 OOMEN Sam
165 STAMSNIJDER Tom
166 TIMMER Albert
167 WAEYTENS ZICO
168 WALSCHEID Maximilian
BORA-ARGON 18 / GER
Sporting Manager: RADOCHLA Steffen
171 BENNETT Sam
172 ARCHBOLD Shane
173 DEMPSTER Zakkari
174 HERKLOTZ Silvio
175 PFINGSTEN Christoph
176 PÖSTLBERGER Lukas
177 SCHWARZMANN Michael
178 THWAITES Scott
TOPSPORT VLAANDEREN-BALOISE / BEL
Sporting Manager: DE CLERCQ Hans
181 CAPIOT Amaury
182 DEGENDT Aimé
183 SPRENGERS Thomas
184 VAN GESTEL Dries
185 VAN HECKE Preben
186 VAN LERBERGHE Bert
187 VANSPEYBROUCK Pieter
188 WALLAYS Jens
DELKO MARSEILLE PROVENCE KTM / FRA
Sporting Manager: LECARPENTIER Freddy
191 SISKEVICIUS Evaldas
192 KRAGH ANDERSEN Asbjorn
193 COMBAUD Romain
194 DUQUE Leonardo
195 HUPOND Thierry
196 LAAS Martin
197 PACHER Quentin
198 VAUBOURZEIX Thomas
ROUBAIX METROPOLE LILLE / FRA
Sporting Manager: VERBRACKEL Daniel
201 BARBIER Rudy
202 ANTOMARCHI Julien
203 LEVEAU Jérémy
204 MONCOMBLE Nicolas
205 PEREIRA Florent
206 POUILLY Felix
207 TURGIS Jimmy
ROOMPOT ORANJE PELOTON / NED
Sporting Manager: BREUKINK Erik
211 LAMMERTINK Maurits
212 ASSELMAN Jesper
213 DE VRIES Berden
214 KREDER Raymond
215 VAN DER LIJKE Nicky
216 VAN EMPEL Etienne
217 VAN GINNEKEN Sjoerd
218 VAN GOETHEM Brian
HP BTP - AUBER 93 / FRA
Sporting Manager: GAUDRY Stéphan
221 FEILLU Romain
223 DASSONVILLE Flavien
224 GOUAULT Pierre
225 JAKIN Alo
226 LEVARLET Guillaume
227 MALDONADO Anthony
228 RENAULT MAXIME
ARMEE DE TERRE / FRA
Sporting Manager: BARRE Cedric
231 POULHIES Stéphane
232 BODIOT Alexis
233 DUVAL Julien
234 FERASSE Thibault
235 GUYOT Yann
236 LEBRETON Kévin
237 RAIBAUD Jimmy
238 ROSTOLLAN Thomas