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International Tour de Toona - NE

USA, July 23-29, 2007

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Stage 3 - July 25: Galleria Mall - Logan Valley Mall, 154.3 km

Seehafer takes over yellow

By Kirsten Robbins in Altoona, Pennsylvania

Kori Seehafer (TEAm Lipton) sprints
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There is nothing like a little game of 'hot potato, pass it on' over the yellow jersey to keep the International Tour de Toona exciting and the riders on their toes. The treasured jersey has changed teams for the third time in as many days, this time landing on the back of stage winner Kori Seehafer (TEAm Lipton).

Seehafer along with Felicia Gomez (Aaron's) separated themselves from an 11 rider break over Blue Knob and came storming into the finish line in a heated two-up sprint. Seehafer took the advantageous lead through the last corner to win the stage over Gomez. "To lose the stage to Kori is really no loss because she is an admirable opponent," said second placed Gomez. Rachel Heal (Webcor-Builders) took the third place on the podium from a chase group of four behind.

"It was a good duo because we complimented each other's weaknesses," Seehafer said. "My first objective was to get over the climb in order to help my teammate Kristin Armstrong if she bridged up to us after and later I knew I was the virtual leader because we had such a big time gap over the field. There was one point when the group of four almost caught Felicia and I but she drove it over the last kicker hill and we had another big gap."

It was a long, hard day.
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Several breaks formed at the start of the 150 kilometre stint from Johnstown to Altoona, but Seehafer initiated the winning break at the 40 kilometre mark, before the first Queen of the mountain. Riders who quickly followed suit were Rachel Heal and Laura Yoisten (Webcor-Builders), Laura VanGilder (Cheerwine), Gina Grain (Expresscopy.com), Catherine Powers (Aarons), Lyne Bessette (Team Quebec) and Meredith Miller (TEAm Lipton). Another group of seven riders joined bridged across causing the break to swell to 14 riders.

The second group to bridge across contained Dotsie Bausch (Colavita/Sutter Home), Hellen Kelley (Webcor-Builders), Heather Labance (Advil-ChapStick), Felicia Gomez (Aarons), Chrissy Ruiter (Cheerwine) and Robin Farrina (Wines of Washington). When the break grew to 14 riders, only one rider form each team took pulls allowing the other to rest for the five-kilometre climb over Blue Knob.

"We had about 14 riders to start in the break and 10 of those were working well but as the gap grew more the less people were working," said Gomez. "Once some of the other riders started to sit on so did Kori and I."

The large break of riders gained a maximum of five minutes before Webcor-Builders pulled two of its riders from the break to help their general classification teammates reduce the gap from behind. Approaching the most decisive climb of the day, Lyne Bessette took control of the break and drove it up the gradual portion at the base. Gomez took over and set a tempo that only Seehafer could muster the power to hold onto and the two riders crested the climb with a hefty gap on the others. "It was a really good duo because Kori is awesome on the descents and I would just hang on and then on the climb I would keep it real steady," explained Gomez.

Other riders see their opportunity
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Heal, Bausch, Ruiter and Bessette were unable to close the gap to the pair off the front because Gomez kept the pressure on over the rollers and Seehafer on the descents.

The GC riders from Webcor-Builders drove the field into the climb and sent Katheryn Curi on the attack at its base. Curi's attack was then countered by her teammate Christine Thorburn and the field began to shatter from behind. A select group of rider's that included the yellow jersey holder Alison Powers (Colavita/Sutter Home) made it over the top of the climb and continued the chase but while they caught the remnants of the leaders on the road were out of reach.

TEAm Lipton director Mike Tamayo noted his teams performance a perfectly executed plan. "We had a goal for today and we executed it," Tamayo said. "The girls took that plan and made it work they way they wanted it to. But, my hat also goes off to Colavita because they rode a great race, they took responsibility for having the leaders jersey and did everything they could do. The best thing Powers could do was limit her losses and that is what she did."

Gomez took full point over the two QOM's and has moved into the polka dot climber's jersey.

Another Toona, another controversy

By Mark Zalewski, North American Editor

Karl Menzies wins his second stage ahead of Dominque Rollin (Kodak Gallery-Sierra Nevada)
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Last year, in the final road stage, Karl Menzies was on the receiving end of bad luck when as race leader his chase group was led off course in the closing kilometres - causing controversy amongst the teams. This year, in the second road stage, controversy was back as a poorly designed final 100 metres of the race caused some riders to sprint off course. Menzies, leading into the well-known final turn, took the wrong way around a newly constructed traffic island and jumped a curb. His path turned out to be a slight shortcut around the final turn, possibly giving him an advantage as he came across the line first.

"It's an unfortunate situation and a mess," said Health Net-Maxxis director Jeff Corbett. "There is no way to know what would have happened if everybody had gone the right way, so there is no way to sort it out."

"The finish was hectic but I knew I had to be first around that corner - my teammate Frank Pipp won this last year," said Menzies. "I just gassed it and hit the corner hot, and was like shit there is a traffic island! It was a leap of faith that I got over that median. I just got lucky - hit the strip and jumped it. Everyone else behind me hit it and was slowed."

There were plenty of unhappy team directors and riders, with four managers quickly tracking down race officials to file a protest. "The guy cut the course, he should have been relegated," said Kodak Gallery's Kurt Stockton. "It's tough because my guy was the first guy through the corner 'on the course' and he comes around the corner and sees Menzies come through the corner, jump the median and sprint in front of him."

The questionable set-up of the final turns.
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Toyota-United director Harm Jansen and Navigator Insurance director Ed Beamon were also voicing their objections. After conferring at the finish, race officials decided to let the results stand as-is. "They said it was the least damaging to the race," said Stockton. "It ultimately does come down to course design. I think officials should have been here prior to the finish, looked at it and should have changed the finish."

However, after more discussions, the outcome of the stage was still uncertain. "I don't think there is a best outcome," said Corbett. "If the results stand obviously that is good for us. And if the stage is negated it might satisfy a few people but a disappointment for others." Hours later the officials posted their lengthy communique stating that the results would be neutralized.

"There was confusion and resultant course cutting by some riders in the lead group of the Pro/1/2 Field," the communique stated. "This problem was a function of inappropriate course setup." No points or time bonuses were awarded and the group was given the same time, so no changes occurred on GC. However, the intermediate sprints and KOM points did count. More importantly, the prize money on offer for the stage were negated with the officials directing the promoter to donate the money to the 'USA Cycling Junior Development Fund'.

Team managers exchange opinions…
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Earlier in the stage Health Net-Maxxis rode a fierce tempo that kept most attacks from getting away. "This was as good of a team effort as you can get," said Menzies. "We had all the guys just suffering from the start to get four of us fresh for the climb."

However, Navigators Insurance again showed they came to race, putting two riders up in a five rider break. One of the two was Ben Brooks, who had not been looking well in the first two stages. "I thought I was going pretty good before this race started, but the first two days I felt horrible," he said. "I wanted to do something today to try to ride my legs into it. We wanted to have a couple of us up the road before the second climb and make Health Net ride. We wanted to make them isolated which kind of worked, but in the end they were able to save it."

Over the climb Menzies had limited his losses, with the help of teammates such as Nathan O'Neill. However, more bad luck struck as he punctured. More controversy entered at this point as the amount of drafting behind his team car was called into question as Menzies worked to catch back onto the chase group. The officials agreed and fined Menzies and Corbett, but the professional foul was worth it as it brought the race back together.

The racing is definitely on according to third place overall Chris Baldwin (Toyota-United). "It seems like every good team and every good rider in America is here," he said. "It's really aggressive racing. My heart goes out to Health Net because I haven't seen a race this year that has been this hard to control."

The results of the officials decision did not sway Corbett too much though. "We're not losing a lot of sleep over it, we are still trying to win a bike race. We are already concerned about tomorrow!"

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Results

Pro women
 
1 Kori Seehafer (TEAm Lipton)                  4.17.03 (36.02 km/h)
2 Felicia Gomez (Aaron's)                             
3 Rachel Heal (Webcor Builders)                   1.42
4 Dotsie Bausch (Colavita/Sutter Home)                
5 Lyne Bessette (Equpe du Qubec)                      
6 Chrissy Ruiter (Cherrwine)                          
7 Lauren Franges (TEAm Lipton)                    3.08
8 Stacy Marple (Team TIBCO)                           
9 Annette Bentler (Colavita/Sutter Home)              
10 Alison Testroete (Team expresscopy.com)            
11 Laura Van Gilder (Cherrwine)                       
12 Alison Powers (Colavita/Sutter Home)               
13 Leigh Hobson (Cherrwine)                           
14 Kristin Sanders (Aaron's)                          
15 Gina Grain (Team expresscopy.com)                  
16 Katharine Carroll (Aaron's)                        
17 Heather Labance (Advil Chapstick)                  
18 Julie Beveridge (Bike Hugger)                      
19 Alex Wrubleski (Colavita/Sutter Home)              
20 Betina Hold (Cherrwine)                            
21 Kristin Armstrong (TEAm Lipton)                    
22 Amber Rais (Webcor Builders)                       
23 Marisa Asplund (Team TIBCO)                        
24 Erinne Willock (Team expresscopy.com)              
25 Christine Thorburn (Webcor Builders)               
26 Robin Farina (Bike Hugger)                         
27 Mara Abbott (Webcor Builders)                      
28 Katheryn Curi (Webcor Builders)                    
29 Genevieve Gauthier (Bike Hugger)                   
30 Catherine Powers (Aaron's)                     7.19
31 Catherine Cheatley (Cherrwine)                 7.49
32 Carmen McNellis (Aaron's)                          
33 Heather Sborz (Team Kenda Tire)                    
34 Rebecca Much (TargetTraining Women)                
35 Megan Guarnier (Bike Hugger)                       
36 Kathleen Billington (TargetTraining Women)         
37 Joelle Numainville (Team expresscopy.com)          
38 Brooke Ourada (Cherrwine)                          
39 Victoria Bastide (Team TIBCO)                      
40 Kirsten Robbins (Advil Chapstick)                  
41 Suz Weldon (Bike Hugger)                           
42 Kristina Seley (Waste Management)                  
43 Maria Monica (Waste Management)                    
44 Meredith Miller (TEAm Lipton)                      
45 Anne Samplonius (Team expresscopy.com)             
46 Theresa Cliff-Ryan (Verducci Breakaway)       10.19
47 Brooke Miller (Team TIBCO)                         
48 Shontelle Gauthier (Team Ultralink)                
49 Rebecca Larson (Aaron's)                           
50 Elizabeth Frye (Cherrwine)                         
51 Kristin Wentworth (Team Kenda Tire)                
52 Jennifer Stephenson (Team Ultralink)               
53 Moriah MacGregor (ValueAct Capital)                
54 Marni Hambleton (ValueAct Capital)                 
55 Iona Wynter (Colavita/Sutter Home)                 
56 Jacquelyn Crowell (Verducci Breakaway)             
57 Elisa Gagnon (Advil Chapstick)                     
58 Laura Bowles (Advil Chapstick)                     
59 Sharon Allpress (ValueAct Capital)                 
60 Rachel Warner (TargetTraining Women)               
61 Karol-Ann Canuel (Equpe du Qubec)                  
62 Kele Murdin (Team Ultralink)                       
63 Sarah Bamberger (Cherrwine)                        
64 Nichole Wangsgard (Bike Hugger)                    
65 Hannah Banks (ValueAct Capital)                    
66 Melissa Holt (Team expresscopy.com)                
67 Cecelia Pleva (Waste Management)              14.24
68 Lara Kroepsch (TEAm Lipton)                   16.39
69 Jessie MacLean (Verducci Breakaway)                
70 Catherine Hogan (Equpe du Qubec)                   
71 Sarah Tillotson (Colavita/Sutter Home)             
72 Julia Bradley (Verducci Breakaway)                 
73 Helen Kelly (Webcor Builders)                      
74 Julie Bellerose (Waste Management)                 
75 Andrea Dvorak (Colavita/Sutter Home)               
76 Sarah Caravella (Aaron's)                          
77 Andrea Myers (TargetTraining Women)                
78 Laura Yoisten (Webcor Builders)                    
79 Natalie Klemko (Advil Chapstick)                   
80 Katie Lambden (Team TIBCO)                         
81 Liza Rachetto (Team TIBCO)                         
82 Beverly Harper (Webcor Builders)                   
83 Amanda Lozano (TargetTraining Women)          19.04
84 Joanie Caron (Equpe du Qubec)                      
85 Anna Milkowski (Advil Chapstick)              19.42
86 Genevieve Gagnon (Team Ultralink)                  
87 Chamblee Abernethy (Team Kenda Tire)          25.09
88 Gina Kavesh (Bike Hugger)                     32.20
89 Kristin Keim (Team Kenda Tire)                35.05
90 Olivia Dillon (Waste Management)              39.44
 
Outside time limit (hors delai)
 
HD Kathryn Clark (Team Kenda Tire)             5.00.15
HD Brenda Lyons (TEAm Lipton)                         
HD Lee Farabaugh (Team Kenda Tire)                    
HD Erin Dunn (Waste Management)                5.08.15
HD Amy McGuire (Bike Hugger)                   5.28.24
HD Martina Patella (ValueAct Capital)                 
DNF Kristen Lasasso (TEAm Lipton)                     
DNF Jennifer Bodine (ValueAct Capital)                
DNF Lila Fraser (Equpe du Qubec)                      
 
Mountains
 
Rt 31
1 Felicia Gomez (Aaron's)                            7 pts
2 Rachel Heal (Webcor Builders)                      5
3 Lyne Bessette (Equpe du Qubec)                     3
4 Chrissy Ruiter (Cherrwine)                         2
 
Blue Knob 
1 Felicia Gomez (Aaron's)                            9 pts
2 Kori Seehafer (TEAm Lipton)                        7
3 Chrissy Ruiter (Cherrwine)                         5
4 Rachel Heal (Webcor Builders)                      3
5 Dotsie Bausch (Colavita/Sutter Home)               1
 
Sprints
 
Center City 
1 Theresa Cliff-Ryan (Verducci Breakaway)            5 pts
2 Brooke Miller (Team TIBCO)                         3
3 Alison Testroete (Team expresscopy.com)            2
4 Rebecca Larson (Aaron's)                           1
 
PA 56
1 Robin Farina (Bike Hugger)                         5 pts
2 Catherine Powers (Aaron's)                         3
3 Laura Van Gilder (Cherrwine)                       2
4 Meredith Miller (TEAm Lipton)                      1
 
Final
1 Kori Seehafer (TEAm Lipton)                       10 pts
2 Felicia Gomez (Aaron's)                            9
3 Rachel Heal (Webcor Builders)                      8
4 Lara Kroepsch (TEAm Lipton)                        7
5 Lyne Bessette (Equpe du Qubec)                     6
6 Chrissy Ruiter (Cherrwine)                         5
7 Lauren Franges (TEAm Lipton)                       4
8 Stacy Marple (Team TIBCO)                          3
9 Annette Bentler (Colavita/Sutter Home)             2
10 Alison Testroete (Team expresscopy.com)           1
 
Teams
 
1 TEAm Lipton                                 12.57.25
2 Aaron's Corporate Furnishings                       
3 Colavita/ Sutter Home                           1.42
4 UCI WPT Cheerwine                                   
5 Webcor Builders                                     
6 Team expresscopy.com                            3.08
7 Bike Hugger                                         
8 Team TIBCO                                      7.49
9 Advil Chapstick                                15.00
10 TargetTraining Women's Team                   19.41
11 Equipe du Quebec                              22.24
12 Waste Management                              23.46
13 Team Ultralink                                24.41
14 ValueAct Capital Cycling                           
15 Verducci Breakaway Racing                     31.01
16 Team Kenda Tire                               37.01
 
General classification after stage 3
 
1 Kori Seehafer (TEAm Lipton)                  6.57.41
2 Felicia Gomez (Aaron's)                         1.15
3 Alison Powers (Colavita/Sutter Home)            3.05
4 Christine Thorburn (Webcor Builders)            3.12
5 Katheryn Curi (Webcor Builders)                     
7 Amber Rais (Webcor Builders)                        
10 Chrissy Ruiter (Cherrwine)                         
14 Alison Testroete (Team expresscopy.com)        4.25
15 Kristin Sanders (Aaron's)                      4.28
16 Rachel Heal (Webcor Builders)                  4.29
17 Erinne Willock (Team expresscopy.com)              
20 Julie Beveridge (Bike Hugger)                  4.55
21 Marisa Asplund (Team TIBCO)                    5.02
22 Dotsie Bausch (Colavita/Sutter Home)           5.06
23 Stacy Marple (Team TIBCO)                      5.13
24 Genevieve Gauthier (Bike Hugger)               6.11
25 Betina Hold (Cherrwine)                        6.32
26 Katharine Carroll (Aaron's)                    8.25
27 Heather Labance (Advil Chapstick)              8.29
28 Anne Samplonius (Team expresscopy.com)         9.10
29 Catherine Cheatley (Cherrwine)                 9.27
30 Victoria Bastide (Team TIBCO)                  9.43
31 Carmen McNellis (Aaron's)                     11.54
32 Brooke Miller (Team TIBCO)                    12.13
33 Jacquelyn Crowell (Verducci Breakaway)        13.24
34 Suz Weldon (Bike Hugger)                      14.07
35 Meredith Miller (TEAm Lipton)                 14.23
36 Brooke Ourada (Cherrwine)                     14.42
37 Iona Wynter (Colavita/Sutter Home)            14.51
38 Heather Sborz (Team Kenda Tire)               15.04
39 Kirsten Robbins (Advil Chapstick)             15.06
40 Kathleen Billington (TargetTraining Women)    15.29
41 Rebecca Much (TargetTraining Women)           17.06
42 Robin Farina (Bike Hugger)                    18.46
43 Beverly Harper (Webcor Builders)              20.31
44 Sarah Bamberger (Cherrwine)                   20.46
45 Gina Grain (Team expresscopy.com)             21.40
46 Maria Monica (Waste Management)               22.41
47 Joelle Numainville (Team expresscopy.com)     23.01
48 Megan Guarnier (Bike Hugger)                  23.27
49 Catherine Powers (Aaron's)                    25.26
50 Rebecca Larson (Aaron's)                      25.30
51 Melissa Holt (Team expresscopy.com)           25.31
52 Laura Bowles (Advil Chapstick)                26.02
53 Kristina Seley (Waste Management)                  
58 Moriah MacGregor (ValueAct Capital)           27.03
59 Marni Hambleton (ValueAct Capital)                 
61 Theresa Cliff-Ryan (Verducci Breakaway)       27.07
62 Rachel Warner (TargetTraining Women)          28.02
63 Sharon Allpress (ValueAct Capital)            28.49
64 Elizabeth Frye (Cherrwine)                    29.01
65 Elisa Gagnon (Advil Chapstick)                29.25
66 Shontelle Gauthier (Team Ultralink)           30.50
67 Nichole Wangsgard (Bike Hugger)               31.03
68 Andrea Dvorak (Colavita/Sutter Home)          31.33
69 Natalie Klemko (Advil Chapstick)              32.22
70 Katie Lambden (Team TIBCO)                    32.24
71 Catherine Hogan (Equpe du Qubec)              32.34
72 Jessie MacLean (Verducci Breakaway)           33.27
73 Sarah Tillotson (Colavita/Sutter Home)        33.52
74 Helen Kelly (Webcor Builders)                 34.04
75 Julie Bellerose (Waste Management)            34.52
76 Anna Milkowski (Advil Chapstick)              35.25
77 Liza Rachetto (Team TIBCO)                    36.14
78 Laura Yoisten (Webcor Builders)               36.32
79 Joanie Caron (Equpe du Qubec)                 37.14
80 Julia Bradley (Verducci Breakaway)            37.17
81 Lara Kroepsch (TEAm Lipton)                   38.40
82 Cecelia Pleva (Waste Management)              39.10
83 Andrea Myers (TargetTraining Women)           40.09
84 Genevieve Gagnon (Team Ultralink)             40.13
85 Amanda Lozano (TargetTraining Women)          40.37
86 Sarah Caravella (Aaron's)                     41.30
87 Chamblee Abernethy (Team Kenda Tire)          45.34
88 Gina Kavesh (Bike Hugger)                     53.04
89 Kristin Keim (Team Kenda Tire)                55.30
90 Olivia Dillon (Waste Management)            1.01.47
 
Points classification
 
1 Kori Seehafer (TEAm Lipton)                       18 pts
2 Alison Powers (Colavita/Sutter Home)              15
3 Alison Testroete (Team expresscopy.com)           12
4 Felicia Gomez (Aaron's)                           10
5 Brooke Miller (Team TIBCO)                         9
6 Rachel Heal (Webcor Builders)                      8
7 Lyne Bessette (Equpe du Qubec)                     7
8 Annette Bentler (Colavita/Sutter Home)             7
9 Catherine Cheatley (Cherrwine)                     7
10 Lara Kroepsch (TEAm Lipton)                       7
11 Sarah Bamberger (Cherrwine)                       6
12 Robin Farina (Bike Hugger)                        5
13 Theresa Cliff-Ryan (Verducci Breakaway)           5
14 Chrissy Ruiter (Cherrwine)                        5
15 Lauren Franges (TEAm Lipton)                      4
16 Kristin Armstrong (TEAm Lipton)                   3
17 Stacy Marple (Team TIBCO)                         3
18 Anne Samplonius (Team expresscopy.com)            3
19 Catherine Powers (Aaron's)                        3
20 Christine Thorburn (Webcor Builders)              2
21 Laura Van Gilder (Cherrwine)                      2
22 Meredith Miller (TEAm Lipton)                     1
23 Rebecca Larson (Aaron's)                          1
 
Mountains classification
 
1 Felicia Gomez (Aaron's)                           19 pts
2 Kristin Armstrong (TEAm Lipton)                   14
3 Mara Abbott (Webcor Builders)                     10
4 Alison Powers (Colavita/Sutter Home)               9
5 Rachel Heal (Webcor Builders)                      8
6 Kori Seehafer (TEAm Lipton)                        7
7 Chrissy Ruiter (Cherrwine)                         7
8 Anne Samplonius (Team expresscopy.com)             7
9 Annette Bentler (Colavita/Sutter Home)             5
10 Lyne Bessette (Equpe du Qubec)                    3
11 Christine Thorburn (Webcor Builders)              1
12 Julie Beveridge (Bike Hugger)                     1
13 Dotsie Bausch (Colavita/Sutter Home)              1
 
Teams classification
 
1 TEAm Lipton                                 20.10.41
2 Colavita/ Sutter Home                           1.11
3 Webcor Builders                                 1.34
4 UCI WPT Cheerwine                               3.08
5 Aaron's Corporate Furnishings                   3.53
6 Team expresscopy.com                            4.17
7 Bike Hugger                                     9.14
8 Team TIBCO                                      9.31
9 Advil Chapstick                                39.25
10 Equipe du Quebec                              42.51
11 TargetTraining Women's Team                   46.25
12 Verducci Breakaway Racing                   1.01.36
13 Waste Management                            1.06.08
14 ValueAct Capital Cycling                    1.08.55
15 Team Kenda Tire                             1.11.46
16 Team Ultralink                              1.12.42
 
Pro men
 
1 Ben Brooks (Navigators Insurance)            3.43.59 (41.34 km/h)
2 Glen Chadwick (Navigators Insurance)                
3 Ben Day (Navigators Insurance)                      
4 Valeriy Kobzarenko (Navigators Insurance)           
5 Darren Lill (Navigators Insurance)                  
6 Matt Cooke (Navigators Insurance)                   
7 Michael Creed (Team Slipstream)                     
8 Craig Lewis (Team Slipstream)                       
9 Ian MacGregor (Team Slipstream)                     
10 Peter Stetina (Team Slipstream)                    
11 Taylor Tolleson (Team Slipstream)                  
12 Karl Menzies (Health Net - Maxxis)                 
13 Rory Sutherland (Health Net - Maxxis)              
14 Jacob Rytlewski (Rite Aid Pro Cycling)             
15 Jesse Anthony (Kodak Gallery)                      
16 Dominique Rollin (Kodak Gallery)                   
17 Johnny Clarke (Colavita Sutter Home)               
18 Anthony Colby (Colavita Sutter Home)               
19 Davide Frattini (Colavita Sutter Home)             
20 Andy Gutill (Colavita Sutter Home)                 
21 Daniel Vaillancourt (Colavita Sutter Home)         
22 Yosvany Falcon (AEG-TOSHIBA-JetNetwork)            
23 Predrag Prokic (AEG-TOSHIBA-JetNetwork)            
24 Chris Baldwin (Toyota-United)                      
25 Justin England (Toyota-United)                     
26 Caleb Manion (Toyota-United)                       
27 Burke Swindlehurst (Toyota-United)                 
28 Chris Wherry (Toyota-United)                       
29 Richard England (Priority Health-Biss)             
30 Bryan Sheedy (Priority Health-Biss)                
31 Edward King (Priority Health-Biss)                 
32 Jonathan Garcia (BMC Racing Team)                  
33 Ian McKissick (BMC Racing Team)                    
34 Scott Moninger (BMC Racing Team)                   
35 Scott Nydam (BMC Racing Team)                      
36 David Suiza (BMC Racing Team)                      
37 Joshua Dillon (Fiordifrutta Cycling)               
38 Matt White (Fiordifrutta Cycling)                  
39 Christopher Jones (NERAC Pro Cycling)              
40 Patrick Walsh (NERAC Pro Cycling)                  
41 William Dugan (CL Noonan/Coast to Coast)           
42 Daniel Bowman (Kelly Benefit Strategies)           
43 Dominique Perras (Kelly Benefit Strategies)        
44 Ryan Roth (Kelly Benefit Strategies)               
45 Jonathan Sundt (Kelly Benefit Strategies)          
46 Max Jenkins (California Giant)                     
47 Dustin Macburnie (Team Race.com)                   
48 Phil Gaimon (CRCA/Sakonnet Techno)             0.36
49 Sam Johnson (Hagens Berman, LLP)                   
50 Bernard Van Ulden (Navigators Insurance)           
51 Trevor Connor (Ottawa Bicycle Club)            1.28
52 Andrew Boone (Kenda/Raleigh Racing)            2.02
53 Lang W Renylds (Hagens Berman, LLP)            3.27
54 Chris Rozdilsky (Fiordifrutta Cycling)             
55 Robbie King (Priority Health-Biss)                 
56 Michael Freedman (Team Slipstream)                 
57 Ben Raby (Kodak Gallery)                           
58 Nick Clayville (Hagens Berman, LLP)                
59 Kiel Riejnen (Hagens Berman, LLP)                  
60 Michael Norton (Rite Aid Pro Cycling)              
61 Michael Sayers (BMC Racing Team)                   
62 Tyler Dibble (DBC Elite)                           
63 Craig Luekens (Capitol Bicycle Racing)             
64 Greg Reain (Calyon / Litespeed)                    
65 James Mattis (California Giant)                    
66 Mathieu Roy (Equipe du Qubec)                      
67 Charles Dionne (Colavita Sutter Home)              
68 Jacob Keough (CL Noonan/Coast to Coast)            
69 Mark Walters (Kodak Gallery)                       
70 Aaron Fillion (Ottawa Bicycle Club)                
71 Derrick St John (Ottawa Bicycle Club)              
72 Alex D Hughes (Team Slipstream)                    
73 Neil Shirley (Jittery Joe's)                       
74 Micheal Muller (Manulife Financial)                
75 Eric Tremble (Kenda/Raleigh Racing)                
76 Hayden Brooks (Fiordifrutta Cycling)               
77 Todd Yezefski (NERAC Pro Cycling)                  
78 Nathan O'Neil (Health Net - Maxxis)                
79 Johnny Hayes (CRCA/Sakonnet Techno)                
80 Charly Vives (Calyon / Litespeed)                  
81 David Nelson (Team Waste Management)               
82 Heath Blackgrove (Toyota-United)                   
83 Hannah Banks (ValueAct Capital)                    
84 Peter Hatton (Colavita Sutter Home)                
85 Sergey Lagutin (Navigators Insurance)              
86 Trent Wilson (Jittery Joe's)                       
87 Keir Plaice (Ottawa Bicycle Club)                  
88 Jonathan Hamblen (Manulife Financial)              
89 Garrett Peltonen (Priority Health-Biss)            
90 Jesse Moore (California Giant)                     
91 Frank Pipp (Health Net - Maxxis)                   
92 Scott Zwizanski (Priority Health-Biss)             
93 Frank Travieso (AEG-TOSHIBA-JetNetwork)            
94 Todd Henriksen (AEG-TOSHIBA-JetNetwork)            
95 Dan Timmerman (Kodak Gallery)                      
96 Ivan Dominquez (Toyota-United)                     
97 Chris Kuhl (CRCA/Sakonnet Techno)                  
98 Will Riffelmacher (Fiordifrutta Cycling)       7.21
99 Alexander Hagman (AEG-TOSHIBA-JetNetwork)      8.31
100 Ryan McKenzie (Equipe du Qubec)               9.30
101 Shawn Rosenthal (DBC Elite)                  10.02
102 Andrew Walters (CL Noonan/Coast to Coast)         
103 Osvaldo Olmos (California Giant)                  
104 Stevie Cullinan (Team Waste Management)           
105 Dan Schmatz (BMC Racing Team)                     
106 Erik Lyman (Calyon / Litespeed)                   
107 Robert Sweeting (AEG-TOSHIBA-JetNetwork)          
108 Jafer Beizer (Locos Grill & Pub)                  
109 Phillip Cortes (Calyon / Litespeed)               
110 Daniel Estevez (CRCA/Sakonnet Techno)             
111 Clayton Barrows (Rite Aid Pro Cycling)            
112 Maxime Vives (Calyon / Litespeed)                 
113 Lee Rosenthal (Kenda/Raleigh Racing)              
114 Michael Dietrich (Kodak Gallery)                  
115 Jason Baer (Kenda/Raleigh Racing)                 
116 Dylan O'Sullivan (CL Noonan/Coast to Coast)       
117 Bruno Langlois (Equipe du Qubec)                  
118 Joel Dion-Poitras (Equipe du Qubec)               
119 Martin Gilbert (Kelly Benefit Strategies)         
120 Matthew Guse (Calyon / Litespeed)                 
121 Stephen Dey (DBC Elite)                           
122 Peter Bell (Legal Sea Foods)                      
123 Timothy Henry (Jittery Joe's)                     
124 Ulrich DeYoung (Hagens Berman, LLP)               
125 William Goodfellow (Equipe du Qubec)              
126 Andrew Fischer (Hagens Berman, LLP)               
127 Todd Nordblom (Fiordifrutta Cycling)              
128 Stephan Kincaid (Rite Aid Pro Cycling)            
129 Tyler Wren (Colavita Sutter Home)                 
130 Jean Sebastian (Calyon / Litespeed)               
131 Mark Pozniak (Team Race.com)                      
132 Omer Ken (Priority Health-Biss)                   
133 Aidan Charles (NERAC Pro Cycling)                 
134 Josh Thornton (Kodak Gallery)                     
135 Tommy Nankervis (Jittery Joe's)                   
136 Graham Howard (Priority Health-Biss)              
137 Ken Hanson (BMC Racing Team)                      
138 Adam Sullivan (Capitol Bicycle Racing)            
139 Ronald Jensen (Team Waste Management)        13.56
140 Alexandre Cloutier (Equipe du Qubec)              
141 Gavriel Epstein (CRCA/Sakonnet Techno)            
142 Gabriel Lloyd (Kenda/Raleigh Racing)              
143 Cody O'Reilly (Kodak Gallery)                     
144 Cody Stevenson (Jittery Joe's)                    
145 Joshua Lipka (Fiordifrutta Cycling)               
146 Tim Johnson (Health Net - Maxxis)                 
147 Kevin Miller (Team Race.com)                      
148 Ryan DeWald (Rite Aid Pro Cycling)                
149 Eric Robertson (Team Race.com)                    
150 Shawn Milne (Health Net - Maxxis)                 
151 William Elliston (Rite Aid Pro Cycling)           
152 Adrian Hegyvary (Hagens Berman, LLP)              
153 Patrick Dunaway (California Giant)                
154 Sean Mazich (Team Waste Management)               
155 Jeffery Hopkins (Jittery Joe's)                   
156 Keven Lacombe (Kelly Benefit Strategies)     16.46
157 Ryan Fleming (Legal Sea Foods)                    
158 Bobby Lea (Toyota-United)                    20.10
159 Daniel Sweet (DBC Elite)                     25.10
160 Matt Crane (Health Net - Maxxis)                  
161 John Murphy (Health Net - Maxxis)                 
162 Eric Boily (Equipe du Qubec)                      
 
Outside time limit (hors delai)
 
HD Scottie Weiss (AEG-TOSHIBA-JetNetwork)             
HD Zachary Zimmerman (Legal Sea Foods)                
DNF Brad Huff (Team Slipstream)                       
DNF Eric Keim (AEG-TOSHIBA-JetNetwork)                
DNF Charles McCarthy (Legal Sea Foods)                
DNF Marc Anderson (Locos Grill & Pub)                 
DNF Chris Scott (Locos Grill & Pub)                   
DNF Keck Baker (Seigler / AxleyUSA.com)               
DNF Mason Haymes (Seigler / AxleyUSA.com)             
DNF Philip Robb (Seigler / AxleyUSA.com)              
DNF Michael Stoop (Seigler / AxleyUSA.com)            
DNF Pete Whitlock (Seigler / AxleyUSA.com)            
DNF Zac Coolman (Team Waste Management)               
DNF Adam Thuss (Team Race.com)                        
DNF Stephen Rossendell (Capitol Bicycle Racing)       
DSQ Alain Ferry (Legal Sea Foods)                     
 
Mountains
 
Rt. 31
1 Taylor Tolleson (Team Slipstream)                  7 pts
2 Ben Brooks (Navigators Insurance)                  5
3 Bernard Van Ulden (Navigators Insurance)           3
4 Heath Blackgrove (Toyota-United)                   2
5 Timothy Henry (Jittery Joe's)                      1
 
Blue knob 
1 Heath Blackgrove (Toyota-United)                   9 pts
2 Darren Lill (Navigators Insurance)                 7
3 Chris Baldwin (Toyota-United)                      5
4 Ben Brooks (Navigators Insurance)                  3
5 Rory Sutherland (Health Net - Maxxis)              1
 
Sprints
 
Center City
1 Charles Dionne (Colavita Sutter Home)              5 pts
2 Martin Gilbert (Kelly Benefit Strategies)          3
3 Dominique Rollin (Kodak Gallery)                   2
4 Ryan Roth (Kelly Benefit Strategies)               1
 
PA 56
1 Ben Brooks (Navigators Insurance)                  5 pts
2 Bernard Van Ulden (Navigators Insurance)           3
3 Timothy Henry (Jittery Joe's)                      2
4 Heath Blackgrove (Toyota-United)                   1
 
Teams
 
1 Navigators Insurance                        11.11.57
2 Team Slipstream                                     
3 Colavita Sutter Home                                
4 Toyota-United Pro Cycling                           
5 Priority Health-Bissell                             
6 BMC Racing Team                                     
7 Kelly Benefit Strategies                            
8 Fiordifrutta Cycling Team                       3.27
9 Kodak Gallery Pro Cycling                           
10 NERAC Pro Cycling                                  
11 Health Net - Maxxis                                
12 AEG-TOSHIBA-JetNetwork                             
13 California Giant/Specialized                   6.54
14 Hagens Berman, LLP                             7.30
15 CRCA/Sakonnet Technology                           
16 Ottawa Bicycle Club                            8.22
17 CL Noonan/Coast to Coast                      13.29
18 Rite Aid Pro Cycling                               
19 Kenda/Raleigh Racing                          15.31
20 Calyon / Litespeed Pro Cycling                16.56
21 Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling                          
22 Equipe du Quebec                              22.59
23 DBC Elite                                     23.31
24 Team Race.com                                 23.58
25 Team Waste Management                         27.25
 
General classification after stage 3
 
1 Karl Menzies (Health Net - Maxxis)           6.02.30
2 Rory Sutherland (Health Net - Maxxis)           0.08
3 Chris Baldwin (Toyota-United)                   0.19
4 Caleb Manion (Toyota-United)                        
5 Chris Wherry (Toyota-United)                        
6 Justin England (Toyota-United)                      
7 Burke Swindlehurst (Toyota-United)                  
8 Ben Day (Navigators Insurance)                  0.26
9 Valeriy Kobzarenko (Navigators Insurance)           
10 Glen Chadwick (Navigators Insurance)               
11 Darren Lill (Navigators Insurance)                 
12 Matt Cooke (Navigators Insurance)                  
13 Ian MacGregor (Team Slipstream)                0.41
14 Michael Creed (Team Slipstream)                    
15 Peter Stetina (Team Slipstream)                    
16 Dominique Rollin (Kodak Gallery)               0.48
17 Craig Lewis (Team Slipstream)                  0.53
18 Bernard Van Ulden (Navigators Insurance)       1.02
19 Taylor Tolleson (Team Slipstream)              1.07
20 David Suiza (BMC Racing Team)                  1.08
21 Jonathan Garcia (BMC Racing Team)                  
22 Scott Moninger (BMC Racing Team)                   
23 Davide Frattini (Colavita Sutter Home)         1.10
24 Johnny Clarke (Colavita Sutter Home)               
25 Anthony Colby (Colavita Sutter Home)               
26 Andy Gutill (Colavita Sutter Home)                 
27 Jonathan Sundt (Kelly Benefit Strategies)      1.11
28 Dominique Perras (Kelly Benefit Strategies)        
29 Daniel Bowman (Kelly Benefit Strategies)           
30 Ryan Roth (Kelly Benefit Strategies)               
31 Richard England (Priority Health-Biss)         1.16
32 Bryan Sheedy (Priority Health-Biss)                
33 Jesse Anthony (Kodak Gallery)                  1.33
34 Predrag Prokic (AEG-TOSHIBA-JetNetwork)        1.34
35 Yosvany Falcon (AEG-TOSHIBA-JetNetwork)            
36 Daniel Vaillancourt (Colavita Sutter Home)     1.55
37 Jacob Rytlewski (Rite Aid Pro Cycling)         2.07
38 Max Jenkins (California Giant)                 2.32
39 Christopher Jones (NERAC Pro Cycling)          2.33
40 Patrick Walsh (NERAC Pro Cycling)                  
41 Sam Johnson (Hagens Berman, LLP)               2.40
42 Scott Nydam (BMC Racing Team)                  3.01
43 Edward King (Priority Health-Biss)             3.09
44 Frank Pipp (Health Net - Maxxis)               3.35
45 Nathan O'Neil (Health Net - Maxxis)                
46 Ian McKissick (BMC Racing Team)                3.43
47 Ivan Dominquez (Toyota-United)                 3.46
48 Heath Blackgrove (Toyota-United)                   
49 Sergey Lagutin (Navigators Insurance)          3.49
50 Michael Freedman (Team Slipstream)             4.08
51 Alex D Hughes (Team Slipstream)                    
52 Mark Walters (Kodak Gallery)                   4.15
53 Ben Raby (Kodak Gallery)                           
54 Dan Timmerman (Kodak Gallery)                      
55 Matt White (Fiordifrutta Cycling)              4.19
56 Joshua Dillon (Fiordifrutta Cycling)               
57 Charles Dionne (Colavita Sutter Home)          4.35
58 Peter Hatton (Colavita Sutter Home)            4.37
59 Frank Travieso (AEG-TOSHIBA-JetNetwork)        5.01
60 Todd Henriksen (AEG-TOSHIBA-JetNetwork)            
61 Ben Brooks (Navigators Insurance)              5.20
62 Trent Wilson (Jittery Joe's)                   5.27
63 Dustin Macburnie (Team Race.com)               5.28
64 Greg Reain (Calyon / Litespeed)                5.34
65 Phil Gaimon (CRCA/Sakonnet Techno)             5.55
66 William Dugan (CL Noonan/Coast to Coast)       5.58
67 David Nelson (Team Waste Management)           6.03
68 Michael Sayers (BMC Racing Team)               7.10
69 Garrett Peltonen (Priority Health-Biss)        7.18
70 Trevor Connor (Ottawa Bicycle Club)            7.54
71 Nick Clayville (Hagens Berman, LLP)            8.06
72 Kiel Riejnen (Hagens Berman, LLP)                  
73 James Mattis (California Giant)                8.34
74 Mathieu Roy (Equipe du Qubec)                  8.37
75 Scott Zwizanski (Priority Health-Biss)         8.40
76 Andrew Boone (Kenda/Raleigh Racing)            8.51
77 Chris Rozdilsky (Fiordifrutta Cycling)         9.08
78 Michael Norton (Rite Aid Pro Cycling)          9.31
79 Charly Vives (Calyon / Litespeed)                  
80 Tyler Dibble (DBC Elite)                       9.46
81 Derrick St John (Ottawa Bicycle Club)          9.53
82 Jesse Moore (California Giant)                 9.56
83 Todd Yezefski (NERAC Pro Cycling)              9.57
84 Eric Tremble (Kenda/Raleigh Racing)           10.16
85 Craig Luekens (Capitol Bicycle Racing)        10.17
86 Jonathan Hamblen (Manulife Financial)         10.30
87 Hayden Brooks (Fiordifrutta Cycling)          10.31
88 Aaron Fillion (Ottawa Bicycle Club)           11.15
89 Johnny Hayes (CRCA/Sakonnet Techno)           11.17
90 Alec Donahue (NERAC Pro Cycling)              11.36
91 Robbie King (Priority Health-Biss)            11.48
92 Chris Kuhl (CRCA/Sakonnet Techno)             13.35
93 Dan Schmatz (BMC Racing Team)                 13.45
94 Todd Nordblom (Fiordifrutta Cycling)          14.21
95 Neil Shirley (Jittery Joe's)                  14.33
96 Keir Plaice (Ottawa Bicycle Club)                  
97 Clayton Barrows (Rite Aid Pro Cycling)        14.44
98 Jean Sebastian (Calyon / Litespeed)                
99 Bruno Langlois (Equipe du Qubec)              15.12
100 Graham Howard (Priority Health-Biss)         15.15
101 Robert Sweeting (AEG-TOSHIBA-JetNetwork)     15.33
102 Martin Gilbert (Kelly Benefit Strategies)    15.39
103 Timothy Henry (Jittery Joe's)                15.59
104 Tommy Nankervis (Jittery Joe's)                   
105 Maxime Vives (Calyon / Litespeed)            16.06
106 Osvaldo Olmos (California Giant)             16.31
107 Mark Pozniak (Team Race.com)                 16.52
108 Matthew Guse (Calyon / Litespeed)            17.20
109 Alexander Hagman (AEG-TOSHIBA-JetNetwork)    17.37
110 Lee Rosenthal (Kenda/Raleigh Racing)         18.00
111 Ken Hanson (BMC Racing Team)                 18.34
112 Tim Johnson (Health Net - Maxxis)            18.58
113 Shawn Milne (Health Net - Maxxis)            19.06
114 Michael Dietrich (Kodak Gallery)             19.11
115 Tyler Wren (Colavita Sutter Home)            19.12
116 Shawn Rosenthal (DBC Elite)                  19.48
117 William Goodfellow (Equipe du Qubec)         19.52
118 Stephan Kincaid (Rite Aid Pro Cycling)            
119 Adrian Hegyvary (Hagens Berman, LLP)         19.57
120 Jason Baer (Kenda/Raleigh Racing)            20.09
121 Gavriel Epstein (CRCA/Sakonnet Techno)       20.37
122 Lang W Renylds (Hagens Berman, LLP)          21.25
123 Phillip Cortes (Calyon / Litespeed)          22.07
124 Aidan Charles (NERAC Pro Cycling)            22.19
125 Jacob Keough (CL Noonan/Coast to Coast)      22.26
126 Keven Lacombe (Kelly Benefit Strategies)     22.30
127 Bobby Lea (Toyota-United)                    23.04
128 Ulrich DeYoung (Hagens Berman, LLP)          23.17
129 Andrew Fischer (Hagens Berman, LLP)               
130 Micheal Muller (Manulife Financial)          23.31
131 Eric Robertson (Team Race.com)               24.24
132 Ryan DeWald (Rite Aid Pro Cycling)           25.04
133 Ronald Jensen (Team Waste Management)        25.38
134 Josh Thornton (Kodak Gallery)                25.43
135 Will Riffelmacher (Fiordifrutta Cycling)     26.48
136 Ryan McKenzie (Equipe du Qubec)              26.56
137 Cody Stevenson (Jittery Joe's)               27.34
138 Matt Crane (Health Net - Maxxis)             27.53
139 Stephen Dey (DBC Elite)                      28.00
140 Joel Dion-Poitras (Equipe du Qubec)          28.13
141 Stevie Cullinan (Team Waste Management)      28.14
142 Adam Sullivan (Capitol Bicycle Racing)       28.21
143 Daniel Estevez (CRCA/Sakonnet Techno)        28.22
144 Andrew Walters (CL Noonan/Coast to Coast)    29.01
145 Dylan O'Sullivan (CL Noonan/Coast to Coast)       
146 Peter Bell (Legal Sea Foods)                 29.29
147 Omer Ken (Priority Health-Biss)              29.46
148 Jafer Beizer (Locos Grill & Pub)             30.11
149 Erik Lyman (Calyon / Litespeed)              30.21
150 Joshua Lipka (Fiordifrutta Cycling)          31.16
151 Cody O'Reilly (Kodak Gallery)                31.26
152 Patrick Dunaway (California Giant)           32.04
153 Alexandre Cloutier (Equipe du Qubec)         32.07
154 Sean Mazich (Team Waste Management)          32.08
155 William Elliston (Rite Aid Pro Cycling)      32.09
156 Jeffery Hopkins (Jittery Joe's)              32.12
157 Kevin Miller (Team Race.com)                 32.25
158 Gabriel Lloyd (Kenda/Raleigh Racing)         34.09
159 Ryan Fleming (Legal Sea Foods)               36.13
160 Daniel Sweet (DBC Elite)                     37.08
161 John Murphy (Health Net - Maxxis)            43.17
162 Eric Boily (Equipe du Qubec)                 43.21
 
Points classification
 
1 Charles Dionne (Colavita Sutter Home)             13 pts
2 Karl Menzies (Health Net - Maxxis)                10
3 Sergey Lagutin (Navigators Insurance)              9
4 Ivan Dominquez (Toyota-United)                     7
5 Richard England (Priority Health-Biss)             6
6 Matt Cooke (Navigators Insurance)                  5
7 Ben Brooks (Navigators Insurance)                  5
8 Dominique Rollin (Kodak Gallery)                   5
9 Davide Frattini (Colavita Sutter Home)             5
10 Jesse Anthony (Kodak Gallery)                     4
11 Valeriy Kobzarenko (Navigators Insurance)         3
12 Bernard Van Ulden (Navigators Insurance)          3
13 Martin Gilbert (Kelly Benefit Strategies)         3
14 Anthony Colby (Colavita Sutter Home)              2
15 Michael Freedman (Team Slipstream)                2
16 Timothy Henry (Jittery Joe's)                     2
17 Heath Blackgrove (Toyota-United)                  1
18 Ian MacGregor (Team Slipstream)                   1
19 Ryan Roth (Kelly Benefit Strategies)              1
20 Frank Pipp (Health Net - Maxxis)                  1
 
Mountains classification
 
1 Darren Lill (Navigators Insurance)                16 pts
2 Anthony Colby (Colavita Sutter Home)              16
3 Heath Blackgrove (Toyota-United)                  11
4 Matt Cooke (Navigators Insurance)                 10
5 Ben Brooks (Navigators Insurance)                  8
6 Taylor Tolleson (Team Slipstream)                  7
7 Valeriy Kobzarenko (Navigators Insurance)          7
8 Chris Baldwin (Toyota-United)                      5
9 Rory Sutherland (Health Net - Maxxis)              4
10 Ian MacGregor (Team Slipstream)                   3
11 Bernard Van Ulden (Navigators Insurance)          3
12 Davide Frattini (Colavita Sutter Home)            1
13 Scott Nydam (BMC Racing Team)                     1
14 Timothy Henry (Jittery Joe's)                     1
 
Teams classification
 
1 Toyota-United Pro Cycling                   17.25.15
2 Navigators Insurance                            0.07
3 Team Slipstream                                 0.22
4 BMC Racing Team                                 0.49
5 Colavita Sutter Home                            0.51
6 Kelly Benefit Strategies                        0.52
7 Priority Health-Bissell                         2.50
8 Health Net - Maxxis                             3.16
9 Kodak Gallery Pro Cycling                       3.56
10 AEG-TOSHIBA-JetNetwork                         4.42
11 NERAC Pro Cycling                              8.16
12 Fiordifrutta Cycling Team                     12.37
13 Hagens Berman, LLP                            14.25
14 California Giant/Specialized                  15.39
15 Rite Aid Pro Cycling                          20.27
16 Ottawa Bicycle Club                           21.01
17 CRCA/Sakonnet Technology                      21.33
18 Calyon / Litespeed Pro Cycling                23.54
19 Jittery Joe's Pro Cycling                     26.31
20 Kenda/Raleigh Racing                          31.04
21 Equipe du Quebec                              34.22
22 Team Race.com                                 40.19
23 DBC Elite                                     44.10
24 CL Noonan/Coast to Coast                      50.20
25 Team Waste Management                         54.24