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39th Amstel Gold Race - CDM

Netherlands, April 18, 2004

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Commentary by Jeff Jones and Chris Henry

Complete live report

Start time: 10:15 CEST
Estimated finish time: 16:40 CEST

10:01 CEST   
The start
Photo ©: Elmar Krings
Welcome back for another Sunday of World Cup coverage. Today is the Amstel Gold Race in the Netherlands, the youngest of the spring classics and the fourth round of this year's World Cup. Last year the UCI swapped the position of Amstel Gold and Liège-Bastogne-Liège, the oldest classic. Amstel's 31 short, tough climbs resemble the Tour of Flanders more than L-B-L, making the new position on the calendar a bit more logical. Another change made last year was moving the finish from the streets of Maastricht to the top of the steep Cauberg climb, which will be tackled a total of three times during the 250.7 kilometre parcours.

So who will succeed T-Mobile's Alexandre Vinokourov, king of the Cauberg a year ago? The race has been dominated by the Dutch since the late 1970's, with Dutch riders standing on top of the podium 17 times in 38 editions. But in the last decade, the winners have come from several different nations, which is probably a reflection of the Amstel Gold Race's growing importance on the cycling calendar. Nonetheless, if the Tour of Flanders can be considered a world championship for the Belgians, the same can certainly be said of Amstel Gold and the Dutch, particularly the nation's top team, Rabobank.

The only two Dutch winners in the last 12 years have been Rabobank's Erik Dekker and Michael Boogerd, who are both favourites to win in 2004. Boogerd has been on the podium four times since 1999, and is thus always a contender in the Amstel Gold Race.

10:19 CEST   
Rabobank's Michael Boogerd
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The race is off, on time, with 184 starters for the 251km trek. The weather from the start finds the race starting under some sun (and some clouds), with a temperature around 11-12 degrees and a strong wind from the south. While the wind can certainly play a role in the race when the riders find themselves in the open fields between climbs, the route itself is so circuitous that there will never be one prevailing headwind or tailwind.

10:43 CEST   
One rider not on the start is Team CSC's Jörg Jaksche, winner of the Tour Med and Paris-Nice this spring, who regrettably had a run-in with a Quick.Step rider after a training ride before the race and broke his arm. We've checked with the team and there is no replacement for Jaksche in today's race. He was expecting to do well, if not with a big result today, certainly in with a chance in the upcoming Ardennes classics.

"It's incredibly unlucky, because I was looking forward to riding in the classics very much and the Tour de Romandie is a race which would have been perfectly suited for me," Jaksche explained after the accident yesterday. "I have trained hard with these particular races in mind, and I'm very disappointed to have to withdraw from them."

10:58 CEST   
Jaksche may be out of the race, but CSC will still count on Michele Bartoli, who is back in action after his first taste of Paris-Roubaix last weekend. Bartoli was up with the leaders for much of Roubaix until a puncture knocked him out of contention. Two years ago he won Amstel Gold while riding for Fassa Bortolo, and having won at Flèche Wallonne and twice in Liège, he's always been a man for the Ardennes classics.

There was no Flanders-Roubaix double (or even a single) for Peter Van Petegem (Lotto-Domo) this year, although few would deny that he is in good shape. Van Petegem hasn't finished on the podium in the Amstel, but if his mind and legs are set on it, he could be there this time. He raced well on the Cauberg and around Valkenberg to claim a silver medal at the 1998 world championships, so erhaps he'll find some inspiration again this weekend. Teammate Leon van Bon is also in good form, and should not be counted out.

11:22 CEST   
Frank Vandenbroucke (Fassa Bortolo)
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After punctures at inopportune moments cost Franco Vandenbroucke (Fassa Bortolo) any chance of a result in the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix, the blond Belgian will try and redeem things in the Amstel Gold Race. It's difficult to assess VDB's form, but perhaps this time the cards will fall his way. His teammates Fabian Cancellara and Juan Antonio Flecha have been riding well too of late.

Paolo Bettini will lead the Quick.Step-Davitamon charge, along with Australian Michael Rogers, Luca Paolini, and Pedro Horrillo. Bettini took a short break from competition after the Tour of Flanders but is back and ready for the Ardennes classics, particularly Liège-Bastogne-Liège, which he was won twice already.

Other riders to consider in the Amstel equation include Laurent Brochard (Ag2r), Davide Rebellin (Gerolsteiner), Oscar Camenzind (Phonak) and Franco Pellizotti (Alessio-Bianchi). US Postal service is without a big leader since Lance Armstrong and George Hincapie are both back in the USA getting ready for the Tour of Georgia. Perhaps Floyd Landis could cause a surprise for USPS if he has a good day and good team support, as he's been showing good form all spring.

11:45 CEST   
How many fans remember Erik Dekker's Amstel win in 2001? The Dutchman responded to a solo attack by Lance Armstrong and the two rode the finale together. Rabobank directeur sportif Theo De Rooij appeared visibly nervous about Dekker's chances, telling him to just sit on Armstrong's wheel since Boogerd was in a chase group behind. Dekker fancied his chances, however, and continued to set the pace with Armstrong (and argue with De Rooij) until they arrived in Maastricht for a two-up sprint. Already beaten in by Boogerd in 1999, Armstrong was forced to settle for second once more as Dekker took the day.

He's back this year and considers himself a favourite, so be sure to check out our pre-race interview with Erik Dekker.

11:53 CEST    63km/188km to go
At long last, here's a glimpse of what's going on in the early stages of the race. The first breakaway of note includes just two men: Johan Van Summeren (Relax-Bodysol) and Jan Kuyckx (Vlaanderen-T Interim). These two have 3'05 on the main field, and are being chased by Alain Van Katwijk (Bankgiroloterij) and Peter Wuyts (Mr. Bookmaker-Palmans), who are 1'05 behind the leaders.

12:08 CEST   
Pre-race favourite Erik Dekker (Rabobank) tried to stretch his legs in an early escape this morning, but needless to say it was brought back quickly enough.

Niels Scheuneman (Relax-Bodysol) is unfortunately out of the race after a crash.

12:12 CEST   
The two leaders (note: it is indeed Jan Kuyckx of Vlaanderen T-Interim in the break, not Jans Koerts) have extended their lead to nearly five minutes. The two chasers have not been able to bridge the gap.

12:27 CEST   
Michael Rogers (Quick.Step-Davitamon)
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Cyclingnews spoke with Michael Rogers (Quick.Step-Davitamon) before the start this morning to see what the big Aussie had in mind for today's race.

"Bettini's obviously our captain, no real secrets," Rogers said. "I'm starting to come up alright now. I was alright in Pais Vasco towards the end. I suffered a bit at the start but then I was ok. I'll see how it goes today."

As for Rogers' plans for the rest of the season, he says "pretty much Luxembourg, the Tour and obviously the [Olumpic] Games, so I've got quite a big schedule coming up."

12:37 CEST    80km/171km to go
Early leaders Johan Van Summeren (Relax-Bodysol) and Jan Kuyckx (Vlaanderen) have opened up a nice gap on the main field, but after crossing the seven minute mark the advantage actually came down a bit. Wuyts continues to chase, but he's losing ground, as is Van Katwijk, trapped in no-man's land.

This is not a particularly dangerous break, but regardless the main field won't likely let the two leaders get too far ahead. The big teams- Rabobank, Quick.Step, T-Mobile, and Lotto-Domo- will have little trouble reeling them in once the chase gets serious.

13:01 CEST    98km/153km to go
Van Summeren and Kuyckx
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Local team Rabobank is leading peloton in pursuit of the two leaders, who have extended their lead again. The gap is up to 8'00, while Peter Wuyts (who continues to chase the lead duo) has extended his own gap to 3'00 over the field. Van Katwijk has dropped off the radar for the moment.

13:13 CEST    107km/144km to go
Kuyckx and Van Summeren now have a 5'30 lead on Wuyts and Van Katwijk, who have rediscovered each other out on the road. The two leaders' advantage over the main field is still going up as Rabobank rides at the front to keep it in check. Last time gap: nine minutes.

The weather is still dry, but cloudy and windy. The temperature should get up to around 13-14 degrees but it'll feel cooler in the trees and with the wind.

13:40 CEST   
Tomas Lovkvist (FDJeux.com)
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We had a question earlier in the day about young Swedish sensation Thomas Lövkvist (FDJeux.com) and his chances today at Amstel. Lövkvist had a great run last week, winning the Circuit de la Sarthe (final stage and overall) and placing second in the prestigious Paris-Camembert classic. No doubt he's an emerging talent, but 250km in a tough World Cup race are another matter. We'll be keeping an eye on Thomas.

As for his FDJeux.com team, Australian Brad McGee is a leader for the day. McGee had hoped this spring to make the World Cup races, and Amstel in particular, a more serious goal than in years past. Unfortunately he was sidelined by a knee innjury and hasn't had ideal preparation. McGee rode well on the track last weekend in Manchester at the Track World Cup, and was in the leading break at the GP Denain until he was hit by a serious leg cramp which took him out of contention.

13:47 CEST    122km/129km to go
The two leaders, Johan Van Summeren (Relax-Bodysol) and Jan Kuyckx (Vlaanderen), are putting more time into the chasers while basically holding steady relative to the main field. They have a healthy advantage of around nine minutes, but the race is not even half over and the tough stuff is still to come.

14:14 CEST    135km/116km to go
The stiff breeze blowing has kept the race behind schedule thus far. The two leaders are carrying on with their effort, but the chasers Wuyts and Van Katwijk have surrendered to the peloton. Kuyckx and Van Summeren have just over eight minutes over the field, still led by Rabobank and slowly beginning to pull back time. The climb of the Eperheide is next on the menu.

14:29 CEST   
The recently retired Johan Museeuw, winner of the Amstel Gold Race in 1994, commented to Dutch television that the most difficult part of the Amstel Gold Race is the "constant twisting and turning and narrow roads. You have to concentrate and make sure you sit up the front, especially on a day like today with the wind."

Museeuw rode his last professional race Wednesday at the Scheldeprijs in Belgium. Today he is back with his Quick.Step team but in civilian clothes, alongside friend and directeur sportif Wilfried Peeters.

14:35 CEST   
Rabobank continues to assume its responsibility as the top team for Amstel, leading a steady chase of the two leaders (Van Summeren and Kuyckx. The two leaders are seeing their lead steadily chipped away as the advantage is now down to just over seven minutes.

Gerolsteiner's Beat Zberg is out of the race, taken to the hospital with head and knee injuries. He was involved in the same crash early on at kilometre 28 with Scheuneman, who also was forced to abandon.

14:38 CEST    155km/96km to go
Maarten den Bakker
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Rabobank is continuing to make life difficult at the front of the big bunch, with riders like Roger Hammond (Mr Bookmaker) suffering down the back as the peloton is in one long line. Doing the damage in front are Maarten den Bakker and Steven de Jongh. The gap is still 6'55 to the two leaders.

Alessandro Cortinovis (Lampre) punctures. Riders are gradually being spit out the back of the peloton, and Hammond is fighting hard to stay in contact. He's still there though. Six Rabobanks in front.

14:43 CEST    159km/92km to go
Boogerd and Dekker have a team chat near the front of the peloton, as they hammer along at 55 km/h. Frank Vandenbroucke is also well placed. Van Petegem is towards the back with Leif Hoste, but doing it easy. The two leaders, Kuyckx and Van Summeren, who attacked after 15 km, are suffering now.

Other crashes today have involved Beat's brother Marcus Zberg (Gerolsteiner) and his teammate Ronny Scholz.

Baden Cooke (FDJeux.com) has abandoned.

14:45 CEST    170km/81km to go
The two leaders are now on the Cauberg for the second last time, with Kuyckx leading Van Summeren on the steep climb.

14:56 CEST   
Marc Wauters (Rabobank)
Photo ©: CN
As the two leaders tackle the Cauberg, Rabobank also lets Paolo Bettini's Quick.Step team join in the chase. Bettini is a definite contender for today's race, a true 'puncheur' who can make the difference on short but tough climbs.

The gap to the two leaders is starting to fall quickly, down to around five minutes.

15:11 CEST    175km/76km to go
The Cauberg has definitely taken some wind out of the sails of Van Summeren and Kuyckx as Quick.Step and Rabobank force the pace behind. At Berg en Terbilt the gap is down to just over 4 minutes.

Behind in the main field Oscar Camenzind (Phonak) and Bart Voskamp (Chocolade Jacques) have crashed, no word on how badly. The lead to the break is already down to 3'30.

15:19 CEST   
The next climb to come is the Geulhemmerweg, followed some 20km later by the Bemelerberg. There are nine climbs left in the final 50km of racing.

Quick.Step's Michael Rogers has broken from the main field and is in a group of five chasing the two leaders. He's joined by Rolf Aldag (T-Mobile), Aart Vierhouten (Lotto-Domo), Karsten Kroon (Rabobank), and Jan Van Velzen (Chocolade Jacques)

15:20 CEST    195km/56km to go
Van Summeren and Kuyckx are really starting to pay for their earlier efforts now, fighting with all they have to hold their advantage to the chase group of five, which is now 2'30. Van Summeren has now dropped Kuyckx.

In the chase group, Aldag, Rogers, Kroon, Van Velzen and Vierhouten are all working well together. Except for Kroon, who doesn't want to come through.

15:24 CEST    197km/54km to go
Johan Van Summeren, who has been away since km 15, is now riding solo with five men (Aldag, Rogers, Kroon, Van Velzen and Vierhouten in hot pursuit. Kuyckx is somewhere in between them. The peloton is now being towed by Fassa Bortolo.

15:27 CEST    197km/54km to go
Kuyckx is caught and dropped by the chase group on the Bemmelerberg. Aldag and Kroon accelerate on the climb, dropping Rogers and co. There are now three chasing two chasing one.

Maarten den Bakker, who worked so much before, has been dropped from the bunch.

15:29 CEST    199km/52km to go
Fassa Bortolo are taking all the responsibility of the chase in the peloton, with Frank Vandenbroucke their main man. Four Fassa riders are leading the pursuit of the (now) three leaders. Vierhouten, Rogers and Van Velzen have been caught, leaving Van Summeren alone in front, chased by Kroon and Aldag.

15:32 CEST    200km/51km to go
Van Summeren's long break comes to an unfortunate end, as he punctures and is caught by Kroon and Aldag. Van Summeren has to wait for a wheel and will probably be caught by the peloton. But he hasn't given up. 51 km to go.

15:34 CEST    202km/49km to go
Van Summeren is caught by the Fassa Bortolo led bunch, and now only Aldag and Kroon are away, taking the pressure off their teams to chase.

Rabobank has lost Steven de Jongh as well.

15:38 CEST    205km/46km to go
Aldag and Kroon are swallowed by the bunch, and straight away Leon Van Bon attacks. But the Lotto-Domo rider doesn't get too far, and Peers (Jacques) and Pozzato (Fassa) take over in front. Their attempt is just as successful. The peloton is all together with 45 km to go. But there are a lot of attacks.

15:42 CEST    210km/41km to go
As light rain drops start to fall on the very stretched out peloton, Leon van Bon accelerates again, trying to break up this large bunch. Nothing doing at the moment.

There are many attacks...

15:47 CEST    212km/39km to go
Alexandre Kolobnev (Domina Vacanze) gets a gap and is caught and passed by Spanish rider Pedro Horrillo (Quick.Step). Peter Wrolich (Gerolsteiner) goes up to try and join him.

It's Horrillo in the lead. Axel Merckx (Lotto-Domo) accelerates from the peloton to join him. Then Giampaolo Caruso (Liberty Seguros), Nicki Sorensen (CSC), Eddy Mazzoleni (Saeco), Jose Luis Rubiera (USPS), Fabian Cancellara (Fassa) all join the party.

Sorensen (CSC) attacks solo. Horrillo in pursuit.

15:50 CEST    213km/38km to go
It's raining a little bit harder now as we enter the last 40 km of the Amstel Gold Race. Vladimir Miholjevic (Alessio-Bianchi) attacks the peloton in pursuit of Sorensen and Horrilo.

Wauters is the next Rabobank rider to be shelled from the peloton, which is still in one long line.

15:52 CEST    215km/36km to go
On the descent of the Wolfsberg, the peloton comes back together with 36 km left. There is a small group trying to extract itself from the peloton, without success.

15:55 CEST    218km/33km to go
Erik Dekker (Rabobank) is the next to attack, on the Loorberg (climb 25 of 31). But he is heavily marked and Sergei Ivanov (T-Mobile) counters. No rider is able to establish a clear gap at the moment.

Mark Scanlon (Ag2r) is a fair way back in the bunch next to Erik Zabel (T-Mobile). In front of the bunch Bettini, Boogerd and Rebellin are prominent.

15:56 CEST    218km/33km to go
Van Goolen (Quick.Step), Lotz (Rabobank), Mazzoleni (Saeco) and attack from the peloton at the top of the Loorberg in pursuit of Ivanov. They catch him at the top. Four leaders, but the gap is small.

15:58 CEST    220km/31km to go
The four leaders are flying along towards the Gulperberg, chased by five riders at 12 seconds.

16:02 CEST    221km/30km to go
Casar (FDJ), Popovych (Landbouwkrediet), Verheyen (Jacques), M. Zberg (Gerolsteiner) make contact with the four leaders, and then more riders come across with Merckx (Lotto), Kroon (Rabobank) and Vicioso (Liberty) among them. The gap to the peloton is 15 seconds.

Popovych looks good as he leads into Gulpen, just taking the corners.

16:03 CEST    222km/29km to go
Popovych starts the steep Gulperbeg in the lead, and straight away starts to feel the 11 percent grad. He is caught and passed by Verheyen (Jacques)

16:05 CEST    223km/28km to go
Verheyen is now leading, with a group of 15 chasers including Popovych, Merckx, Ivanov... Verheyen waits for them. It's too early to go solo.

On the descent, the peloton is more or less back together. Still in one looooong line.

16:08 CEST    225km/26km to go
The bunch is down to about 50 riders now as we hit the finale. Boogerd is well protected near the front of the bunch, close to Van Petegem and Van Bon. VDB is also prominent. Lots of attacks, but nothing lasts for more than a few minutes.

16:10 CEST    228km/23km to go
Lotto and Rabobank are hammering on the front of the peloton, lifting the speed for their team leaders. Van Petegem is still there and could well have the legs for a winning attack. They're in Wahlwiller now, with 23 km to go. The Kruisberg is the next climb.

16:13 CEST    229km/22km to go
VDB, Van Petegem, Boogerd, Van Bon and Bettini are the front wall of riders on the Kruisberg, the fifth last climb. But they're not hammering, just looking at each other...the test will come on the next climb. It looks like Van Bon is paying for his earlier efforts and is going backwards. Yep, he's out.

Dekker attacks, and the excellent Mazzoleni goes with him. The bunch chases hard and doesn't let them go.

16:15 CEST    231km/20km to go
Landis attacks on the Eyserbosweg! The USPS rider gets a small gap to the Dekker led peloton. There's a lot of damage done. Zabel is still hangin' in there.

Kessler (T-Mobile) counters and catches Landis.

16:17 CEST    231km/20km to go
The pace is really damaging on the Eyserbosweg, and plenty of riders are going out the back. Bettini has set off in pursuit of Kessler, and he catches him at the top. Landis isn't there any more.

At the top it's Bettini, Kessler, Di Luca, Van Petegem, Rebellin and Boogerd. That's a good group!

16:19 CEST    233km/18km to go
The six leaders get together and start working. They fly on the descent of the Eyserbosweg. Three climbs to go. The next group has Dekker and Zabel in it, chasing at 10 seconds.

16:21 CEST    234km/17km to go
Bettini does a big turn and opens up gaps. Rebellin comes with him. Bettini wonders where everyone is. He waits for Rebellin and they hit the Fromberg. The other four gradually close the gap. This is a nice group. The second group is very close with Brochard, Camenzind, Landis...

At the top of the climb, Rebellin and Boogerd have a small gap to Van Petegem, Di Luca, Kessler and Bettini.

16:23 CEST    237km/14km to go
Brochard, Zabel, Camenzind and co. are working hard to catch the six men in front. It's still Boogerd and Rebellin in the lead on the desent of the Fromberg. Two more climbs to come. Four chasers still: Van Petegm, Di Luca, Bettini and Kessler.

16:25 CEST    237km/14km to go
Bettini misses a corner and has to go cross country for a bit, but he doesn't crash. His group trails Boogerd and Rebellin by 11 seconds as they approach the penultimate climb, the Keutenberg.

16:27 CEST    238km/13km to go
Boogerd and Rebellin commit themselves utterly to staying away, and they cooperate well. The four chasers are also working, and will try to close on the Keutenberg. Not sure where group three is - 20 seconds. Dekker has attacked from it.

Rebellin leads on the 22 percent Keutenberg, but Boogerd comes around and hammers out of the saddle.

Di Luca attacks the chase group in pursuit of the two leaders. Kessler, Bettini and Van Petegem watch him...

At the top of the climb, Boogerd leads Rebellin. Di Luca at a good 15 seconds. Then PVP, Kessler and Bettini at 20 seconds.

16:29 CEST    240km/11km to go
the next group comes over in bits. It's between the front six riders now it seems.

Boogerd and Rebellin are on the false flat on top of the Keutenberg, with Di Luca chasing at 15 seconds. Then PVP, Kessler and Bettini at 20 seconds.

16:31 CEST    241km/10km to go
Di Luca is caught by PVP and co, and there are now four chasing two. Behind them, Dekker, Wesemann and one other are chasing.

16:32 CEST    242km/9km to go
9 km to go and Boogerd and Rebellin have 32 seconds on the next group with PVP. They're riding away. This could be Boogerd's second Amstel win, but don't count out Rebellin who looks very strong.

It's still raining a little, but not enough to make things dangerous.

16:34 CEST    244km/7km to go
Boogerd does a big turn with Rebellin tucked in behind him. There can be no relaxing now, this close to the finish.

Bartoli is trying to stir up the third group, with Wesemann, Camenzind, Landis, Dekker (who keeps attacking to break their rhythm). Good tactics from Dekker.

16:36 CEST    245km/6km to go
The two leaders are in Sibbe now and have 6 km to go. It's got to be one of these two. The next four are still 30 seconds back. Erik Dekker is alone in pursuit of Van Petegem/Bettini/Kessler/Di Luca. He is 45 seconds from the front of the race.

16:37 CEST    247km/4km to go
Bettini's group is still working well, with 27 seconds disadvantage to the two chasers. It's not over yet but Boogerd and Rebellin should be committed to the finish. 4km to go. The gap is slowly closing.

16:39 CEST    248km/3km to go
The tow leaders take the tricky descent in Sibbe, with four km to go. Behind them, the four man chase group is powering along. The Rabobank car flies past them. The gap is 38 seconds. Enough.

16:40 CEST    248km/3km to go
Kessler has attacked the chase group and is trying to take third position. 3km to go for Boogerd and Rebellin in the lead.

16:41 CEST    249km/2km to go
Rebellin and Boogerd continue working with 2 km to go. Boogerd has been doing most of the work. They are in Valkenburg.

Kessler is caught by Van Petegem, Bettini and Di Luca. Dekker is still chasing them alone in 7th position.

16:42 CEST    250km/1km to go
Last kilometres and Boogerd and Rebellin are side by side, checking behind them for the chasers. Rebellin takes the lead at the foot of the Cauberg, with an enormous crowd cheering him on.

The four chasers are at 34 seconds.

16:43 CEST    251km/0km to go
Rebellin slows, with Boogerd on his wheel, they can't afford too much of this. The roads are a little wet now.

Boogerd keeps looking back, checking for the chasers, who are also looking at each other. Rebellin leads all the way, and nearly stops. 450 m to go

16:45 CEST    251km/0km to go
The two leaders lose a lot of their advantage. Boogerd attacks with everything with 350m to go, Rebellin takes his wheel. They sprint full on for the finish, and Boogerd gives it everything. Rebellin comes around with 50m to go to take the win! Smart riding from the Italian

Bettini takes third in front of Di Luca and Van Petegem. Kessler is sixth. Dekker comes across alone for seventh.

Boogerd went way too early - the four chasers were not that close. He paid for it with another second place.


1 Davide Rebellin (Ita) Gerolsteiner
2 Michael Boogerd (Ned) Rabobank
3 Paolo Bettini (Ita) Quick.Step-Davitamon   0.17
4 Danilo Di Luca (Ita) Saeco
5 Peter Van Petegem (Bel) Lotto-Domo
6 Matthias Kessler (Ger) T-Mobile Team
7 Erik Dekker (Ned) Rabobank                 0.40



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