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10th Tour of South China Sea - 2.2

Hong Kong, December 26-January 2, 2005

2004 results     Stage List     Preview    Start List     Past winners

The Stages

  • Stage 1 - December 26: Avenue of Stars, Tsim Sha Tsui-Tsing Yi, Hong Kong SAR,
  • Stage 2 - December 27: Longhua, Shenzhen, PR China,
  • Stage 3 - December 28: Nanhai District, Foshan, PR China,
  • Stage 4 - December 29: University City, Guangzhou, PR China,
  • Stage 5 - December 30: Jiangmen City, PR China,
  • Stage 6 - December 31: Nantou town, Zhongshan, PR China,
  • Stage 7 - January 1: Zhuhai, PR China,
  • Stage 8 - January 2: Macau SAR ,

Start list

PuraPharm Pocari Sweat Hong Kong       Swiss Track Team
 
1 Kam Po Wong (HKg)                    11 Stefan Felder (Swi)
2 Chun Hing Chan (HKg)                 12 Sandro Germann (Swi)
3 Kai Tsun Lam (HKg)                   13 Markus Kammermann (Swi)
4 Kin San Wu (HKg)                     14 Alexander A Mattmann (Swi)
5 King Wai Cheung (HKg)                15 Oliver O Mattmann (Swi)
6 Wang Yip Tang (HKg)                  16 Stefan Steinweg (Ger)
 
City of Perth Cycling Team             Japan National Team
 
21 Bradley B Hall (Aus)                31 Makoto Iijima (Jpn)
22 Nathan Jones (Fra)                  32 Taiji Nishitani (Jpn)
23 David Treacy (Mlt)                  33 Takumi Beppu (Jpn)
24 John Wordan (Aus)                   34 Kazuhiro Mori (Jpn)
25 Anthony Osbrough (Aus)              35 Hideya Akiyama (Jpn)
 
Macau-Beijing Selection                Hong Kong & Shanghai Sports Institute
 
41 Chung Yin Kwan (Mac)                51 Gang Xu (Chn)
42 Kai Fong Ho (Mac)                   52 Yinhao Cui (Chn)
43 Tong Yu (Chn)                       53 Jie Qiao (Chn)
44 Qiang Zhang (Chn)                   54 Lei Sun (Chn)
45 Huikuo Zhu (Chn)                    55 Qi Tang (Chn)
46 Youli Fang (Chn)                    56 Marco Kwok (HKg)
 
Guangdong                              China National Team
 
62 Xiuming Cui (Chn)                   71 Xueli Jiang (Chn)
63 Rong Ye (Chn)                       72 Rongxi Zou (Chn)
64 Zhipeng Chen (Chn)                  73 Jun Chen (Chn)
65 Gangzhao Guo (Chn)                  74 Yanhao Sun (Chn)
66 Zhihang Jian (Chn)                  75 Liang Zhang (Chn)
                                       76 Fuyu Li (Chn)
 
CKT                                    CMS Cycling Team
 
81 Keng Hsien Chen (Tpe)               91 Chi Yin Leung (HKg)
82 Hua Chien Hung Hsu (Tpe)            92 Masahiko Mifune (Jpn)
83 Po Hung Wu (Tpe)                    93 Siu Jun Chiu (HKg)
86 Hsin Hsien Lee (Tpe)                94 Cheuk Chun Cheng (HKg)
                                       95 Jamsran Ulzii-Orshikh (Mgl)
 
Champion System                        Malaysian National Team
 
101 Ngai Ching Wong (HKg)              111 Ahmad Lutfi Mohd Fauzan (Mas)
102 Chi Wo Daniel Lee (HKg)            112 Mohd Zahit Mohd Sayuti (Mas)
103 Wai Man Chau (HKg)                 113 Abd. Nasir Junaidi (Mas)
104 David Sommerville (USA)            114 Weng Kin Thum (Mas)
105 Jared Bunde (USA)                  115 Loh Sea Keong (Mas)
106 Joseph Papp (USA)                  116 Hassan Suhardi (Mas)
 
Mongolian National Team                Tianjin
 
121 Bold-Erdene Boldbaatar (Mgl)       131 Wei Li (Chn)
122 Naranbat Ariunbold (Mgl)           132 Jianli Zhang (Chn)
123 Javkhlantur Damdinsuren (Mgl)      133 Xuelong Qu (Chn)
124 Davaatogtokh Tumen-Ulzii (Mgl)     134 Libin Chen (Chn)
125 Tuguldur Tuulkhangai (Mgl)         

Past winners

2004 Alexander Hatuntsev (Rus) Moscow City Sports
2003 Oleg Grishkin (Rus) Moscow City Sports Association
2002 Nicholas White (RSA) HSBC    
2001 Kam Po Wong (HKg) Pocari Hong Kong Team
2000 Neil MacDonald (RSA) HSBC
 
Past winners by Mario Stiehl, www.world-of-cycling.com