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43rd Tour of Serbia - 2.5

Serbia-Montenegro, June 17-22, 2003

2002 results     Stage List     Start List     Past winners

The Stages

  • Stage 1 - June 17: Novi Sad - Novi Sad, 155km
  • Stage 2 - June 18: Novi Sad - Beograd, 120km
  • Stage 3a - June 19: Beograd - Pozarevac, 75km
  • Stage 3b - June 19: Pozarevac - Jagodina, 91km
  • Stage 4 - June 20: Jagodina - Leskovac, 139km
  • Stage 5 - June 21: Leskovac - Vranje, 135km
  • Stage 6 - June 22: Vranje - Nis, 115km

Start list

Germany National Team         Moscow City Sport Association
 
1 Jens Lehmann (Ger)          11 Oleg Zhukov (Rus)
2 Guido Fulst (Ger)           12 Vladisav Borisov (Rus)
3 Sebastian Siedler (Ger)     13 Maksim Karpatchev (Rus)
4 Christian Bach (Ger)        14 Ivan Terenin (Rus)
5 Andreas Miller (Ger)        15 Andrei Pchelkin (Rus)
 
Life Repair                   Glud & Marstrand Horsens
 
21 John Tanner (GBr)          31 Jan Jespersen (Den)
22 Mark Lovatt (GBr)          32 Hans Henrik J°rgensen (Den)
23 Malcolm Elliot (GBr)       33 Dennis Rasmussen (Den)
24 Russell Downing (GBr)      34 Max Nielsen (Den)
25 Michael Jolley (GBr)       35 Kasper Klostergaard (Den)
 
Marco Polo-Zam                USA-Clif Bar
 
41 Nathan Dahlberg (NZl)      51 David Leduc (USA)
42 Kay Kermer (Ger)           52 Petko Atanasov (Bul)
44 Timothy Wilson (Aus)       54 Chrisopher Hersy (USA)
45 Dennis Hammink (Ned)       55 Radisa Cubric (USA)
 
Legia Bazyliszek Lu           BRC Kennemerland
 
61 Mateusz Rybbczynski (Pol)  71 Ivor Bruin (Ned)
62 Daniel Wasiewicz (Pol)     72 Fred Heijn (Ned)
63 Jacek Walczak (Pol)        73 Ruud Pronk (Ned)
64 Dawid Krupa (Pol)          74 Jeremy Vennell (NZl)
65 Jaroslaw Welniak (Pol)     75 Stefan Franzen (Ned)
 
Denzel-Juvina                 P.O.I. Kastro
 
81 Eduard Fuchs (Aut)         91 Angelis Armenatzoglou (Gre)
82 Andreas Legler (Aut)       92 Nikolaos Kaloudakis (Gre)
83 Armin Steurer (Aut)        93 Nikolaos Koumpenakis (Gre)
84 Johannes Stiendl (Aut)     94 Epaneinondas Volyrakis (Gre)
85 Joachim Vollmann (Aut)     95 Thomas Rodios (Gre)
 
Winfix Techem                 Brisaspor
 
101 Robert Otto (Ger)         111 Ali Aktas (Tur)
102 Patrick Holsche (Ger)     112 Vadim Kravchenko (Kaz)
103 Jorn Reus (Ger)           113 Sergey Tretyakov (Kaz)
104 Gregor Willwohl (Ger)     114 Pavel Nevdakh (Kaz)
 115 Mert Mutlu (Tur)
 
International Team            Perutnina Ptuj
 
121 Igor Djuric (Yug)         131 Branko Filip (Slo)
122 Milan Blagojevic (Yug)    132 Matej Marin (Slo)
123 Aleksandar Mirkovic (Yug) 133 Dejan Podgornik (Slo)
124 Miklos Rnjakovic (Yug)    134 Valter Bonca (Slo)
125 Dusan Ganic (Ita)         135 Miran Kelner (Slo)
 
Bulgarian National Team       Dukla Trncin
 
141 Svetoslav Tchanliev (Bul) 151 Jan Valach (Svk)
142 Evgeni Gerganov (Bul)     152 Jan Sipeky (Svk)
143 Georgi Kolev (Bul)        153 Jan Giazi (Svk)
144 Daniel Petrov (Bul)       154 Maros Kovac (Svk)
145 Lubomir Petrov (Bul)      155 Matej Jurco (Svk)
 
Hungarian National Team       Kamen Creamcaffe Kavaimpex
 
161 Zoltan Chomor (Hun)       171 Antoly Varuoruk (Ukr)
162 Norbert Abrok (Hun)       172 Gregor Zajc (Slo)
163 Bolazs Soradi (Hun)       173 Igor Kranjec (Slo)
164 Benedek Voros (Hun)       174 Robert Radojkovic (Cro)
165 Gabor Szoke (Hun)         175 Boris Premozic (Slo)
 
Serbian National Team         SCG Nade
 
181 Nebojsa Jovanovic (Yug)   191 Marko Spasojevic (Yug)
182 Zolt Der (Yug)            192 Predrag Prokic (Yug)
183 Mico Brkovic (Yug)        193 Dragan Spasic (Yug)
184 Igor Pajovic (Yug)        194 Mladen Mirkovic (Yug)
185 Dusan Krstic (Yug)        195 Zoran Juric (Yug)

Past winners

2002 Aleksandar Nikacevic (Yug) Alessio
2000 Aleksandar Nikacevic (Yug)
1999 Kjell Calstrom (Fin)
 
Past winners by Mario Stiehl, www.world-of-cycling.com