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2004 Tour de Langkawi (2.2)

February 6 - February 15, Malaysia

Tour de Langkawi podium history

Sunday, February 15: 10th and Final Stage, Kuala Lumpur Criterium - Dataran Merdeka, 80.4 km.

1. Ruben Guillermo Bongiorno (Panaria) 1hr 38min 6sec
2. Gregory Henderson (Health Net) s.t.
3. Matteo Varrara (Lampre) s.t.
4. Ivan Quaranta (Formaggi Pinzolo) s.t.
5. Marlon Perez (Colombia) s.t.

Final GC after Stage 10:

1. Freddy Gonzalez (Colombia) 28hr 52min 52sec. 1250.9 km ridden at an average speed of 43.316 km/hr
2. Ryan Cox (Barloworld) @ 48sec
3. Dave Bruylandts (Chocolade Jacques) @ 1min 54sec
4. Tiaan Kannemeyer (Barloworld) @ 1min 55sec
5. Nicholas White (South Africa) @ 2min 12sec
6. Ruber Marin (Colombia) @ 2min 22sec
7. Marlon Perez (Colombia) @ 2min 30sec
8. David George (Barloworld) @ 2min 31sec
9. Kurt Van De Wouwer (Mr. Bookmaker) @ 4min 6sec
10. Roland Green (Canada) s.t.
11. Ghader Mizbani (Iran) @ 4min 27sec
12. Javier Florencio (Relax) @ 4min 54sec
13. Aledimir Belli (Lampre) @ 5min 2sec
14. David McCann (Ireland) @ 5min 15sec
15. Santiago Blanco (Relax) @ 6min 51sec
16. Philip Deignan (Ireland) @ 6min 54sec
17. Eric Wohlberg (Canada) @ 6min 57sec
18. Antonio Rizzi (De Nardi) @ 7min 12sec
19. Fortunato Baliani (Panaria) @ 7min 43sec
20. Jurgen Van De Walle (Chicolade Jacques) @ 8min 2sec

Other winners:

Team GC: Team Barloworld
Mountain Competetion: Rober Marin (Colombia)
Points Competition: Gordon Fraser (Health Net)

Saturday, February 14: Stage 9, Kuala Lumpur - Genting Highlands, 131.6 km. The Colombians put the hammer down on the tough 25km to the Genting Highlands.

1. Ruber Marin (Colombia) 3hr 37min 15sec
2. Freddy Gonzalez (Colombia) s.t.
3. Dave Bruylandts (Chocolade Jacques) @ 37sec
4. Ryan Cox (Barloworld) s.t.
5. David George (Barloworld) @ 1min 16sec

GC after Stgae 9:

1. Freddy Gonzalez (Colombia) 27hr 14min 46sec
2. Ryan Cox (Barloworld) @ 48sec
3. Dave Bruylandts (Choclade Jacques) @ 1min 54sec
4. Tiaan Kannemeyer (Barloworld) @ 55sec
5. David George (Barloworld) @ 2min 11sec

Friday, February 13: Stage 8, Port Dickson - Shah Alam, 96.4 km.

1. Luciano Pagliarini (Lampre) 2hr 1min 3sec
2. Enrico Degano (Barloworld) s.t.
3. Graeme Brown (Panaria) s.t.
4. Gordon Fraser (Health Net) s.t.
5. Graziano Gasparre (De Nardi) s.t.

GC after Stage 8:

1. Marlon Perez (Colombia) 23hr 36min 51sec
2. Hector Guerra (Relax) @ 36sec
3. Freddy Gonzalez (Colombia) @ 46sec
4. Ryan Cox (Barloworld) @ 51sec
5. Nicholas White (South Africa) @ 1min 1sec

Thursday, February 12: Stage 7, Pontian - Mehka, 166.7 km. Looks pretty flat to me.

1. Luciano Pagliarini (Lampre) 3hr 49min 10sec
2. Gordon Fraser (Health Net) s.t.
3. Graeme Brown (Panaria) s.t.
4. Enrico Degano (Barloworld) s.t.
5. Michele Gobbi (De Nardi) s.t.

GC after Stage 7:

1. Marlon Perez (Colombia) 21hr 35min 48sec
2. Hector Guerra (Relax) @ 36sec
3. Freddy Gonzalez (Colombia) @ 46sec
4. Ryan Cox (Barloworld) @ 51sec
5. Nicholas White (South Africa) @ 1min 1sec

Wednesday, February 11: Stage 6, Muar - Johor Bahru, 175.2 km. A hands-up win for the Leopard after a flat stage.

1. Ivan Quaranta (Formaggi Pinzolo) 3hr 39min 20sec
2. Luciano Pagliarini (Lampre) s.t.
3. Guillermo Bongiorno (Panaria) s.t.
4. Gordon Fraser (Health Net) s.t.
5. Eugene Moriarity (Ireland) s.t.

GC after Stage 6:

1. Marlon Perez (Colombia) 17hr 46min 38sec
2. Hector Guerra (Relax) @ 32sec
3. Freddy Gonzalez (Colombia) @ 42sec
4. Ryan Cox (Barloworld) @ 47sec
5. Nicholas White (South Africa) @ 57sec

Tuesday, February 10: Stage 6, Melaka 18 km Individual Time Trial.

1. Eric Wohlberg (Canada) 21min 38sec
2. Marlon Perez (Colombia) @ 13sec
3. John Lieswyn (Health Net) @ 21sec
4. Hector Guerra (Relax) @ 22sec
5. Russel Van Hout (Colombia) @ 35sec

GC after Stage 6:

1. Marlon Perez (Colombia) 14hr 7min 18sec
2. Hector Guerra (Relax) @ 32sec
3. Freddy Gonzalez (Colombia) @ 42sec
4. Ryan Cox (Barloworld) @ 47sec
5. Nicholas White (South Africa) @ 57sec

Monday, February 9: Stage 4, Hulu Kelang - Tampin, 147.8 km.

1. Sean Sullivan (Barloworld) 3hr 20min 17sec
2. Devis Miorin (De Nardi) s.t.
3. Michael Sayers (Health Net) @ 1min 3sec
4. Brice Jones (Health Net) @ 1min 5sec
5. Alberto Primero (Pagcor) @ 1min 10sec

GC after Stage 4:

1. Freddy Gonzalez (Colombia) 13hr 45min
2. Ryan Cox (Barloworld) @ 27sec
3. Marlon Perez (Colombia) s.t.
4. Nicholas White (South Africa) @ 39sec
5. Kurt Van De Wouwer (Mr. Bookmaker) @ 41sec

Sunday, February 8: Stage 3: Tapah - Raub, 171.2 km.

1. Brett Lancaster (Panaria) 4hr 3min 49sec
2. Gordon Fraser (Health Net) @ 33sec
3. Gert Vanderaerden (Mr. Bookmaker) s.t.
4. Freddy Gonzalez (Colombia) @ 35sec
5. Michel Van Haecke (Mr. Bookmaker) s.t.

GC after Stage 3:

1. Freddy Gonzalez (Colombia) 10hr 23min 14sec
2. Ryan Cox (Barloworld) @ 27sec
3. Marlon Perez (Colombia) s.t.
4. Kurt Van de Wouwer (Mr. Bookmaker) @ 41sec
5. Nicholas White (South Africa) @ 46sec

Saturday, February 7: Stage 2, Ipoh - Tanah Rata, 151.6 km.

1. Marlon Perez (Colombia) 3hr 42min 50sec
2. Freddy Gonzalez (Colombia) @ 47sec
3. Ryan Cox (Barloworld) @ 1min 12sec
4. Ruber Marin (Colombia) s.t.
5. David George (Barloworld) s.t.

GC after Stage 2:

1. Marlon Perez (Colombia) 6hr 17min 45sec
2. Freddy Gonzalez (Colombia) @ 55sec
3. Ryan Cox (Barloworld) @ 1min 22sec
4. Ruber Marin (Colombia) @ 1min 26sec
5. David George (Barloworld) s.t.

Friday, February 6: Stage 1, Bayan Baru, Palau Pining - Taiping, 112 km.

Police mistakenly allowed traffic on the course with the final finishing circuits in Taiping left to go. The first stage was neutralised. Marculio Ramos (Pagcor) won two of the first 3 sprint primes and was awarded the Yellow Leader's Jersey.