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Vlaamse Pijl:
1. AVERY Clinton - 3h43'10"
2. DEBUSSCHERE Jens -
3. PLANCKAERT Baptiste LAN
4. VANDOUSSELAERE Sven JVB
5. NEYENS Maarten TSV
6. LHOTELLERIE Clément RLM
7. VAN VOOREN Steven TSV
8. SLAGTER Tom RB3 12"
9. JOSEPH Grégory TSV 01'30"
10. PINEAU Cédric RLM 01'30"

/don't know if it's family, but it's always good to see a Planckaert place high.
 

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Afghan rider star attraction in Tour de Pa'kistan wins stage 4

Result Stage 4 - 160 km/ Lahore to Sahiwal UCI-categorie: NE
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Hussain Imtiaz AFG in 02h 37m 09s
2) Muhammad Asif PAK "

ToP - Press Release:
The 15th Tour de ****stan, a race modelled on the Tour de France, will be staged from the north-west city of Peshawar to Karachi with 78 cyclists, including 30 from Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Iran and Nepal competing.

The cyclists will cover 1,655 kilometres (1,028 miles) over 11 stages from March 1-13.

****stan Cyclist Federation secretary Khawaja Idrees said Afghanistan will send six cyclists for the event.

"Afghanistan is sending a nine-member delegation with six cyclists and they will be star attraction," Khawaja said.

Khawaja said India was not invited as a protest at the snubbing of ****stani cricketers in the Indian Premier League (IPL) auction.

None of the eleven ****stani players put in last month's IPL auction were sold.

"We decided not to send an invitation to India as a protest for IPL action which was very humiliating," said Khawaja.

The 14th Tour de ****stan, held in November 2008 was won by Naimat Ali of ****stan, with Haroon-ur-Rashid runner-up and Sri Lanka's Meemanaga Perera finishing third.

The prize money is distributed among the top six finishers.
 
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ak-zaaf said:
Vlaamse Pijl:
1. AVERY Clinton - 3h43'10"
2. DEBUSSCHERE Jens -
3. PLANCKAERT Baptiste LAN
4. VANDOUSSELAERE Sven JVB
5. NEYENS Maarten TSV
6. LHOTELLERIE Clément RLM
7. VAN VOOREN Steven TSV
8. SLAGTER Tom RB3 12"
9. JOSEPH Grégory TSV 01'30"
10. PINEAU Cédric RLM 01'30"

/don't know if it's family, but it's always good to see a Planckaert place high.

Impressive that bloke from New Zealand would hold out the guys who grew up racing in those conditions.
 
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Impressive that bloke from New Zealand would hold out the guys who grew up racing in those conditions.

I don't know the kid, but he rides for a Belgian development team (one or more steps below the TSVs, Trek-Livestrongs and Rabo Continentals of the world) for U23 riders (not professionals). It's at least his second year there, so I think he lives in Belgium (all conjecture).
 
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Rujano wins Langkawi stage 6 convincingly. Are ISD in the giro? Would be awesome to see him ride there.

The Langkawi field is pretty weak comparing to recent years,but i think Rujano would've mastered the Genting Highlands anyway.
Maybe Diquigiovanni's Serpa/Ochoa/Rodriguez trio would have been a match for him,had they been there.
Still,i was expecting smaller gaps between JR and Rafael Valls/Markus Eibegger.
 
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Kris Boeckmans (Bel, TSV) wins the final stage in De Driedaagse van West-Vlaanderen, Jens Keukeleire (Bel, Cof) wins the general classification. That's number one and two of last year's U23 Euro Champs.
 

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March 7, 2010 | 46th edition of the French springrace GP Lillers (UCI 1.2)

1. Benoît Daeninck (Picture) (Roubaix-Lille Métropole)
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2. Jean-Marc Bideau (Bretagne-Schuller)
3. Renaud Dion (Roubaix-Lille Métropole)
4. Cédric Pineau (Roubaix-Lille Métropole)
5. Arnaud Molmy (Roubaix-Lille Métropole)
 

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March 7, 2010 | Trofeo Zssdi (ITA) Barcola- Longera 143.8 k UCI 1.2

1. Marko Kump Picture) Adria Mobil (SLO)
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2. Matej Gnezda Adria Mobil (SLO)
3. Marco Canola (ITA)
4. Edoardo Zardini (ITA)
5. Blaz Furdi Sava (SLO)
6. Radoslav Rogina Loborika (CRO)
 

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Mauricio Ortega campeón de la Vuelta al Valle, Jual Pablo Forero wins last and his second stage
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Juan Pablo Forero la gran figura.

Resultados Final stage :
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Cuarta etapa, domingo – marzo 7, (106.4 Kms), Circuito Ciudad de Palmira,
(Media: 46.53 Km/h)
1. Juan Pablo Forero Colombia es Pasión – Café Colombia 02:17:12”
2. Marlon Pérez GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq m. t.
3. Fernando Ureña (PAN) Ropa Deportiva Lufo m. t.
4. Duván Agudelo Alejandro Campo Polo 109 m. t.
5. Carlos Ospina Indeportes Antioquia – IDEA – FLA m. t.
6. Jairo Alonso Salas GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq m. t.
7. Edwin Lancheros Alcaldía de Cali “Un nuevo latir” m. t.
8. Marvin Angarita Chaoyang – ESSA m. t.
9. Darwin González Maderas Alpe d´Huez m. t.
10. Victor Hugo Peña Rock & Republic m. t.

Clasificación General Individual Final
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(Inscritos: 176, Clasificados: 142, Total 406.4 Kms – Media: 46.48 Km/h)
1. Mauricio Ortega EPM – UNE 08:44:35”
2. Nairo Quintana (Sub23) Colombia es Pasión – Café Colombia a 00:13”
3. Giovanny Baez EPM – UNE a 00:26”
4. Oscar Sevilla Rock & Republic a 00:31”
5. Marlon Pérez GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq a 00:55”
6. Javier González EPM – UNE a 01:06”
7. Hernán Darío Muñoz EPM – UNE a 01:08”
8. Sergio Luis Henao Indeportes Antioquia – IDEA – FLA a 01:11”
9. Francisco Colorado EPM – UNE a 01:19”
10. Juan Carlos López Indeportes Antioquia – IDEA – FLA a 01:29”
11. Javier Gomez (Sub23) EPM – UNE a 01:32”
12. Carlos Ospina Indeportes Antioquia – IDEA – FLA a 01:44”
13. Juan Pablo Villegas GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq a 01:49”
14. John Henao FRUGOS–Aguardiente Puro Colombia a 01:55”
15. Edward Beltran EPM – UNE a 01:56”
16. Camilo Gómez GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq a 02:01”
17. Oscar Rivera (Sub23) EPM – UNE a 02:07”
18. Sebastian Salazar(Sub23) Colombia es Pasión–Café Colombia a 02:08”
19. Santiago Botero Indeportes Antioquia – IDEA – FLA a 02:08”
20. Camilo Suárez (Sub23) Colombia es Pasión – Café Colombia a 02:12”

Clasificación de Metas Volantes
1. Jairo Alonso Salas GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq 16 Puntos
2. Marvin Angarita (Sub23) Chaoyang – ESSA 9 Puntos
3. Marlon Pérez GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq 9 Puntos
4. Edwin Orozco GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq 8 Puntos
5. Jonathan Millan (Sub23) Chaoyang – ESSA 5 Puntos

Clasificación Premios de Montaña
1 Nairo Quintana (Sub23) Colombia es Pasión–Café Colombia 23 Puntos
2. Mauricio Ortega EPM – UNE 22 Puntos
3. Giovanny Baez EPM – UNE 16 Puntos

Clasificación Regularidad
1. Juan Pablo Forero Colombia es Pasión–Café Colombia 57 Puntos
2. Oscar Sevilla Rock & Republic 40 Puntos
3. Marlon Pérez GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq 37 Puntos
4. Fernando Ureña (PAN) Ropa Deportiva Lufo 31 Puntos

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laurentiu46 said:
The Langkawi field is pretty weak comparing to recent years,but i think Rujano would've mastered the Genting Highlands anyway.
Maybe Diquigiovanni's Serpa/Ochoa/Rodriguez trio would have been a match for him,had they been there.
Still,i was expecting smaller gaps between JR and Rafael Valls/Markus Eibegger.

Rujano broke Ryan Cox' Genting record by 43 seconds. I also think he is better than ever this year. He was already pretty convincing in the Tour of Colombia 2009, beating the competition into the ground.

Beware of Rujano in the Giro, he's better than in 2005.
 
craig1985 said:
Impressive that bloke from New Zealand would hold out the guys who grew up racing in those conditions.

tgsgirl said:
I don't know the kid, but he rides for a Belgian development team (one or more steps below the TSVs, Trek-Livestrongs and Rabo Continentals of the world) for U23 riders (not professionals). It's at least his second year there, so I think he lives in Belgium (all conjecture).

Yeah he's been in Belgium for a couple of seasons now. Cletus is a hard nut so the conditions don't phase him at all. He's already had two top 10 finishes in the U23 Paris-Roubaix.
 
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Yeah he's been in Belgium for a couple of seasons now. Cletus is a hard nut so the conditions don't phase him at all. He's already had two top 10 finishes in the U23 Paris-Roubaix.

Thanks for that info!
 

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* March 07, 2010 |Kersten wins Singapore crit

Fly V Australia’s Ben Kersten burned up the tarmac of the F1 racing track in Singapore on Sunday to win the OCBC Cycle Singapore criterium.
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Jesse Anthony (Kelly Benefit Strategies) nearly stole the show with a gritty effort when he bridged to a two-man breakaway with five laps to go in the 105-minute race. He dropped his breakmates with three to go only to be caught within 300 meters.

Kersten lit up the sprint from 150 meters to win over an international field that included ProTour riders from Garmin-Transitions, Footon-Servetto and Lampre and bodes well for his North American season, which gets under way later this month.

SINGAPORE: Last year, it had some 5,000 riders. This year, the OCBC Cycle Singapore event saw more than 9,000 riders.
 

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Afghan rider star attraction in Tour de Pa'kistan wins again Stage 5

Yesterday Result Stage 5 - 154 k/ Sahiwal to Multan /UCI-categorie: NE
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Hussain Imtiaz AFG in 04h 28m 37s
2) Zahid Gulfam PAK op
3) Rashid Haroon PAK op

MULTAN: Cyclists reached Multan from Sahiwal in the fifth stage of the Tour de Pa'kistan on Saturday. Imtiaz Hasan of Afghanistan won the fifth stage while Pa'kistan’s Zahid Gulfam came second in the race.
In the fifth stage of the event, 46 cyclists crossed a distance of 170 km from Sahiwal to Multan.
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Imtiaz reached the destination first crossing the allotted distance in four hours, 28 minutes and 37 seconds, followed by Zahid Gulfam of WAPDA and Haroon Rasheed, also from WAPDA.
Overall dominance went to Zahid while Nisar Ahmed of Sui Southern came second. Tomorrow, the participants will proceed to Bahawalpur in the sixth stage.


Today Stage 6 Result > 'Afghan Imtiaz now claims third'

BAHAWALPUR: Sabir Ali of Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) won the sixth stage of the Tour de Pa'kistan International Cycle Race from Multan to Bahawalpur.

The cyclists crossed the distance of 90 km from Multan to Bahawalpur in one hour and 57 minutes in the sixth stage of the race.
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1) Sabir Ali Pak
2) Zahid Gulfam Pak
3) Imtiaz Hasan of Afghanistan.

The cyclists will leave Bahawalpur for Rahimyar Khan on Monday in the seventh stage of the Tour de Pa'kistan International Cycle Race.
 

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Moroccans claim top 4 in the 1st [Tour of Mali] prologue

APA - Bamako (Mali) - The Moroccans outset, hitting hard the 1st International Cycling Tour of Mali by winning the first four places in the prologue on Sunday on two major thoroughfares in Bamako, the Malian capital.
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After the 50 km journey, Abdelati Saadoune Picture has donned the yellow jersey for his first place finish in front of three others of his fellow Moroccan who placed respectively in 2nd, 3rd and 4th places.

Le classement de la 1re étape:
1. Abdelati Saadoune (MAR) 1 h 09:46
2. Mohamed El Regragui (MAR) à 04.
3. Mouhcine Lahsani (MAR) m.t.
4. Adil Jelloul (MAR) m.t.
5. Issiaka Cissé (CIV) m.t.

A prologue and five stages are common in central and south up the trail of the Tour of Mali international, who is in his first edition. Moroccan Abdelati Saadoune won the 1st stage of the first international cycling tour of Mali, a criterion of 54 km in the city of Bamako completed in 1 h 09 min 46 sec.
The 2nd stage will be held this March 8 between Fana and Segou a distance of 110 km
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Organized under the auspices of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), the competition brings together the national teams from Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, Morocco, Senegal and three teams of France and much of Mali, host.

Initially expected, the riders of Cameroon and Benin have not made the trip

Maroccan team roster:
* 91 JELLOUL Adil
* 92 LAHSAINI Mouhssine
* 93 CHAOUFI Tarik
* 94 SAADOUNE Abdelati
* 95 ER RAGRAGUI Mohammed
* 96 EL AMMOURY Said

LiveVideo:http://www.tv5.org/TV5Site/publication/galerie-341-1-Prologue_un_dimanche_a_Bamako.htm
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The Maroccan Adil Jelloul grabs stage 2 of the [Tour de Mali]

08/03/2010 - http://www.rfi.fr | Le Marocain Adil Jelloul a remporté la 2e étape du Tour cycliste international du Mali courue entre entre Fana et Ségou sur une distance de 110 km.
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Result Stage 2: FANA-SEGOU - 110 km
1) JELLOUL Adil / Maroc 2:56:20
2) LAHSAINI Mouhssine / Maroc _
3) ER RAGRAGUI Mohammed / Maroc _
4) OUEDRAOGO Rasmané / Burkina Faso à 02'32''
5) KONTE Bassirou / Côte d'Ivoire à 02'32''
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Général individuel - "Orange" jersey
1) JELLOUL Adil / Maroc 2:56:10
2) LAHSAINI Mouhssine / Maroc 4''
3) ER RAGRAGUI Mohammed / Maroc 6''
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Général individuel (Sub 23) - "Castel 0%" jersey
1) OUEDRAOGO Rasmané /Burkina Faso 2:58:52
2) KONTE Bassirou / Côte d'Ivoire m.t.
3) GOUILLON Jérémy / Lyon-France m.t.
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Ex-Gerolsteiner Haselbacher wins 1st stage Cape Argus Giro del Capo |Own Correspondent Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Austrian Rene Haselbacher from Team Safindit.co.za Invitation was the first cyclist across the finish line at the Pick n Pay Cape Argus Giro del Capo, which kicked off in Wellington today.
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Malcolm Lange (Team Medscheme) and Burry Stander (Team Specialized) came second and third respectively.

"It was a good first day. The race started off a little wet. There were very nasty crosswinds during the first 40kms and this split the bunch up quite a bit," commented David Bellairs, Co-Director of the Cape Town Cycle Tour Trust.

The 106km circular route is a constant climb and provided the 20 teams participating in the Giro with a tough start to the week.

Tomorrow cyclists set off at 09h00 from Vissershok Road, Durbanville for a 143km race.

The Stage 1 Results for the Pick n Pay Cape Argus Giro del Capo are as follows:

1. Rene Haselbacher - Team Safindit.co.za Invitation (2.30.40)
2. Malcolm Lange - Team Medscheme (2.30.41)
3. Burry Stander - Team Specialized (2.30.46)

Pickford Points:
1. Malcolm Lange (Team Medscheme) 11
2. Rene Haselbacher (Team Safindit.co.za Invitation) 10
3. Burry Stander (Team Specialized) 4

Powerade King of the Mountains:
1. Waylon Woolcock (Team Medscheme) 12 pts
2. David George (Team Safindit.co.za Invitation) 10 pts
3. Burry Stander (Team Specialized) 8 pts
 

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The great Sabir wins 7th stage of Tour de Pa'kistan

—APP | from our own reporter - Lahore, March 9 |Sabir Ali of SSGC won the seventh Bahwalpur-Rahim Yar Khan stage of tour de Pa'kistan cycle race breaking the winning jinx of Afghan riders on Monday.

Emtaiz Hassan, member of lone foreign participating team, who caused panic for home riders by winning two back to back previous stages, however, had to content with the second place.

Sabir clocked 5 hours.39m.26sec to cover strenuous and tiring 197 kilometre stage with greater promise and never say dying approach.

Sabir faced a stiff challenge from Afghan rider, Emtaiz who followed him like a shadow and some times took lead but Sabir kept his head cool and put his head down to dominate the *** end of the stage, with a rousing display of forceful paddling and coupled with unlimited stamina, crossing the finish line like a tornado with no other rider in sight.
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Behind Emtaiz was Wapda’s Awais Aslam and another rider from Wapda,Haroon Rasheed took the fourth place. At fifth and sixth place were Asif Jr and Niamat Ali ,both from SSGC.

Tuesday is the rest and cyclists will set off on Wednesday for the eight stage.
Talking to APP here on Tuesday, Chief Judge Cycle Race, Nusrat Khan said the cycle race would leave RY Khan for Sukhar on March 10 (Wednesday) in its eighth stage.

He said Zahid Gulfam of Wapda secured overall first position in the race up to 7th stage by covering distance of 1027 kms from Peshawar to RY Khan in 27 hours,30 minutes and 32 seconds. Nisar Ahmad of Sui Southern Gas Company was second for covering this stretch in 27 hours,31 minutes and 45 seconds.

Imtiaz Hassan of Afghanistan had third position in the race as he covered the said distance in 27 hours, 35 minutes and 56 seconds in 7th stage of the race.

The 15th tour de Pa'kistan International cycle race, which started from Peshawer, completed seven stages while remaining four spanning 644 kms from RY khan to Karachi will be covered from Wednesday onwards.
 

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Maroccan Mohammed Saïd El Amori added stage win number three for Morocco

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Moroccan Saïd won the 3rd stage of the Tour Cycliste International Mali today a 107 km between Bla to San.
His compatriot, Adil Jelloul has retained the orange Jersey as overall leader. This is the third consecutive Moroccan victory. The 4th srage will run from Mopti to Djombolo (80 km), on 10 March.
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HA NOI — Bui Minh Thuy wins 6th Binh Duong (UCI 2.2) first stage
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Bui Minh Thuy won the 71km first stage of the Binh Duong Television International Cycling Tour.

10:53' 10/03/2010 (GMT+7)

VietNamNet Bridge – Bui Minh Thuy of ADC Vinh Long Television won the 71km first stage of the Binh Duong Television International Cycling Tour yesterday, March 9.

Thuy finished the **** Ha City to Hue leg in 1 hour 27 minutes and 55 seconds, just ahead of Do Tuan Anh of Domesco **** Thap and Mai Nguyen Hung of Sai Gon Plant Protection team.

Komsan Kambenchee of the Netherlands finished fourth.

ADC Vinh Long, with the help of Dutch cyclist Spijkerboer Wim, recorded the best team time of 4:24:09. Domesco **** Thap and Sai Gon Plant Protection finished second and third, respectively.

It was just the second time the Viet Nam Cycling Federation has permitted teams to invite non-Vietnamese athletes. In the 1993-94 cycling season, HCM City-based Thanh Binh Hotel employed the services of an English cyclist.

The nine-stage tour, which carries prize money of VND220 million (US$11,000), takes in Da Nang, Khanh Hoa, Ninh Thuan and Binh Duong provinces.

There are 75 cyclists competing for the title, and 12 local and three foreign teams - Mongolia, the Netherlands and the Philippines.

Last year, Hall Brad of the Netherlands' Ysselstreek team won the yellow jersey for the best overall time.

The second 110km stage from Hue to Da Nang today takes in the Phuoc Tuong, Phu Gia and Hai Van passes.
 

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World under-23 Mountain Bike champion, Burry Stander, notched up his first major victory in a cycling road race, when he outsprinted David George and Kevin Evans at the end of the second stage of the Pick n Pay Cape Argus Giro del Capo based in Durbanville in the Western Cape on Wednesday.

His time for the 143km stage, held in cool overcast conditions, was three hours 21 minutes 53 seconds.

Stander, who hails from Port Shepstone on the KZN South Coast, was part of the 21-man group of riders than managed to make a clean get-away from the bunch of 200 that started the three-lap stage, the successful move coming immediately after the sprint to the first Hot Spot in the middle of Durbanville at the end of the first lap.

The breakaway steadily opened the gap between themselves and the chasing group to over three minutes as they negotiated the two remaining laps of the 48km circuit which incorporated the three stiff climbs up the steep slopes of the Vissershok.

The stage ended in the traditional sprint to the finish on a downhill gradient with Stander's Specialized teammate, Christoph Sauser, jumping into the lead followed by Evans and George but it was Stander who got to the line first with his trademark explosive finish.

"It's my first major road win," said a visibly elated Stander. "But it was the stage my team and I most wanted to win.

"Sausi and I were both in the mix near the end and when he jumped off the front Kevin and the others took the bait and I got on to Kevin's wheel with 200m to go and then managed to pass him and David just before the line. I guess I must have a stronger kick than he has!"

Stander took not only the stage two honours but also became the overall race leader and will wear the traditional pink jersey for Thursday's 171km third stage at Paarl.

Evans, the SA 2010 road time trial champion and winner of last weekend's Sani2C MTB Classic, takes over the Powerade King of the Mountain jersey and stage one winner, Austrian Rene Haselbacher, will wear the Pickfords Points jersey.

10 March 2010 (15:56) | Stage 2 Pick n Pay Cape Argus Giro del Capo - Durbanville South Africa.

STAGE RESULTS

1 Burry Stander (SPE) 3:21:53,
2 David George (SAF) same time,
3 Kevin Evans (MTN Energade) same time,
4 Waylon Woolcock (MED) 3:21:57,
5 Ian McLeod (MTN) same time ,
6 Tiaan Kannemeyer (HOP) same time,
7 Johannes Kachelhoffer (MED) 3:21:59,
8 Rene Haselbacher (AUT, SAF) 3:21:59,
9 David Garrett (DGU),
10 Shaun Ward (CLS) same time

General classification:
1 Burry Stander (SPE) 5:52:29,
2 Rene Haselbacher (AUT, SAF) 5:52:37,
3 David George (SAF) 5:52:37,
4 Kevin Evans (MTN Energade) 5:52:38,
5 J Kachelhoffer (MED) 5:52:43,
6 Tiaan Kannemeyer (HOP) 5:52:47,
7 Ian McLeod (MTN) 5:52:47,
8 Waylon Woolcock (MED) 5:52:47,
9 Nicholas White (MED) 5:52:54,
10 Stephan Ihlenfeldt (CTM) 5:56:24
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Burry is the reigning u23 mtb World Champion !

Maybe Burry will follow in Cadel Evans's (and numerous others) footsteps and move over to road racing in a few years and start winning some serious road races...