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2011 Tour de France results, stage 5

  • By VeloNews.com
  • Published Jul. 6, 2011
  • Updated Jul. 18, 2011 at 8:57 AM EST

Intermediate sprint

  • 1. Sébastien Turgot, Team Europcar, with 20 points
  • 2. Tristan Valentin, Cofidis Le Credit En Ligne, with 17 points
  • 3. Ivan Gutierrez José, Movistar Team, with 15 points
  • 4. Anthony Delaplace, Saur-Sojasun, with 13 points
  • 5. Borut Bozic, Vacansoleil-Dcm, with 11 points
  • 6. Leonardo Duque, Cofidis Le Credit En Ligne, with 10 points
  • 7. Romain Feillu, Vacansoleil-Dcm, with 9 points
  • 8. Philippe Gilbert, Omega Pharma – Lotto, with 8 points
  • 9. Mickaël Delage, Fdj, with 7 points
  • 10. Vladimir Isaichev, Katusha Team, with 6 points
  • 11. Mark Cavendish, Htc – Highroad, with 5 points
  • 12. Francisco Ventoso, Movistar Team, with 4 points
  • 13. Alessandro Petacchi, Lampre – Isd, with 3 points
  • 14. Gert Steegmans, Quick Step Cycling Team, with 2 points
  • 15. Mark Renshaw, Htc – Highroad, with 1 point

Finish sprint

  • 1. Mark Cavendish, HTC – Highroad, with 45 points
  • 2. Philippe Gilbert, Omega Pharma – Lotto, with 35 points
  • 3. Joaquin Rojas Jose, Movistar Team, with 30 points
  • 4. Tony Gallopin, Cofidis Le Credit En Ligne, with 26 points
  • 5. Geraint Thomas, Sky Procycling, with 22 points
  • 6. André Greipel, Omega Pharma – Lotto, with 20 points
  • 7. Sébastien Hinault, Ag2r La Mondiale, with 18 points
  • 8. William Bonnet, Fdj, with 16 points
  • 9. Daniel Oss, Liquigas-Cannondale, with 14 points
  • 10. Thor Hushovd, Team Garmin – Cervelo, with 12 points
  • 11. Cadel Evans, BMC Racing Team, with 10 points
  • 12. Andréas KlÖden, Team RadioShack, with 8 points
  • 13. Arnold Jeannesson, Fdj, with 6 points
  • 14. Stuart O’grady, Team Leopard-Trek, with 4 points
  • 15. Broeck Jurgen Van Den, Omega Pharma – Lotto, with 2 points

GC

  • 1. Philippe Gilbert, Omega Pharma – Lotto, with 120 points
  • 2. Joaquin Rojas Jose, Movistar Team, with 112 points
  • 3. Cadel Evans, Bmc Racing Team, with 90 points
  • 4. Mark Cavendish, Htc – Highroad, with 84 points
  • 5. Thor Hushovd, Team Garmin – Cervelo, with 82 points
  • 6. Tyler Farrar, Team Garmin – Cervelo, with 68 points
  • 7. André Greipel, Omega Pharma – Lotto, with 48 points
  • 8. Romain Feillu, Vacansoleil-Dcm, with 47 points
  • 9. Borut Bozic, Vacansoleil-Dcm, with 47 points
  • 10. Geraint Thomas, Sky Procycling, with 44 points
  • 11. Sébastien Hinault, Ag2r La Mondiale, with 44 points
  • 12. Andréas KlÖden, Team Radioshack, with 38 points
  • 13. Broeck Jurgen Van Den, Omega Pharma – Lotto, with 38 points
  • 14. Jérémy Roy, Fdj, with 37 points
  • 15. Alberto Contador, Saxo Bank Sungard, with 35 points
  • 16. Denis Galimzyanov, Katusha Team, with 35 points
  • 17. Ivan Gutierrez José, Movistar Team, with 32 points
  • 18. Mickaël Delage, Fdj, with 30 points
  • 19. Alexandre Vinokourov, Pro Team Astana, with 30 points
  • 20. Sébastien Turgot, Team Europcar, with 28 points
  • 21. Frank Schleck, Team Leopard-Trek, with 26 points
  • 22. Rigoberto Uran, Sky Procycling, with 26 points
  • 23. Tony Gallopin, Cofidis Le Credit En Ligne, with 26 points
  • 24. Jimmy Engoulvent, Saur-Sojasun, with 24 points
  • 25. Johnny Hoogerland, Vacansoleil-Dcm, with 20 points
  • 26. Julian Dean, Team Garmin – Cervelo, with 18 points
  • 27. Tristan Valentin, Cofidis Le Credit En Ligne, with 17 points
  • 28. Lieuwe Westra, Vacansoleil-Dcm, with 17 points
  • 29. Rein Taaramae, Cofidis Le Credit En Ligne, with 16 points
  • 30. Samuel Sanchez, Euskaltel – Euskadi, with 16 points
  • 31. William Bonnet, Fdj, with 16 points
  • 32. Leonardo Duque, Cofidis Le Credit En Ligne, with 16 points
  • 33. Daniel Oss, Liquigas-Cannondale, with 15 points
  • 34. Perrig Quemeneur, Team Europcar, with 15 points
  • 35. Tom Boonen, Quick Step Cycling Team, with 15 points
  • 36. Blel Kadri, Ag2r La Mondiale, with 15 points
  • 37. Niki Terpstra, Quick Step Cycling Team, with 15 points
  • 38. Christopher Horner, Team Radioshack, with 14 points
  • 39. Francisco Ventoso, Movistar Team, with 14 points
  • 40. Ruben Perez Moreno, Euskaltel – Euskadi, with 13 points
  • 41. Anthony Delaplace, Saur-Sojasun, with 13 points
  • 42. Gorka Izagirre Insausti, Euskaltel – Euskadi, with 13 points
  • 43. Tony Martin, Htc – Highroad, with 12 points
  • 44. Maxime Bouet, Ag2r La Mondiale, with 11 points
  • 45. Imanol Erviti, Movistar Team, with 11 points
  • 46. Bradley Wiggins, Sky Procycling, with 10 points
  • 47. Linus Gerdemann, Team Leopard-Trek, with 10 points
  • 48. Alessandro Petacchi, Lampre – Isd, with 7 points
  • 49. Gert Steegmans, Quick Step Cycling Team, with 7 points
  • 50. Boasson Hagen Edvald, Sky Procycling, with 6 points
  • 51. Peter Velits, Htc – Highroad, with 6 points
  • 52. Ivan Basso, Liquigas-Cannondale, with 6 points
  • 53. Damiano Cunego, Lampre – Isd, with 6 points
  • 54. Arnold Jeannesson, Fdj, with 6 points
  • 55. Vladimir Isaichev, Katusha Team, with 6 points
  • 56. Harley Goss Matthew, Htc – Highroad, with 5 points
  • 57. Thomas Voeckler, Team Europcar, with 4 points
  • 58. Gianni Meersman, Fdj, with 4 points
  • 59. Stuart O’grady, Team Leopard-Trek, with 4 points
  • 60. Roman Kreuziger, Pro Team Astana, with 2 points
  • 61. Samuel Dumoulin, Cofidis Le Credit En Ligne, with 2 points
  • 62. Mark Renshaw, Htc – Highroad, with 1 points
  • 63. Fabio Sabatini, Liquigas-Cannondale, with 1 point
  • 64. Andrey Amador, Movistar Team, with -5 points
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