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2011 Tour de France results, stage 9

  • By VeloNews.com
  • Published Jul. 10, 2011
  • Updated Jul. 18, 2011 at 8:55 AM EDT


Côte de Massiac-43.5 Km

  • 1. Thomas Voeckler, Team Europcar, with 2 points
  • 2. Johnny Hoogerland, Vacansoleil-DCM, with 1 point
  • Col du Pas de Peyrol (Le Puy Mary) (1589 m)-99.5 Km

    • 1. Thomas Voeckler, Team Europcar, with 5 points
    • 2. Johnny Hoogerland, Vacansoleil-DCM, with 3 points
    • 3. Sandy Casar, Fdj, with 2 points
    • 4. Juan Antonio Flecha Giannoni, Sky Procycling, with 1 point

    Col du Perthus (1309m)-116.0 Km

    • 1. Johnny Hoogerland, Vacansoleil-DCM, with 5 points
    • 2. Thomas Voeckler, Team Europcar, with 3 points
    • 3. Juan Antonio Flecha Giannoni, Sky Procycling, with 2 points
    • 4. Sandy Casar, Fdj, with 1 point

    Col de Cère (1294 m)-127.5 Km

    • 1. Johnny Hoogerland, Vacansoleil-DCM, with 2 points
    • 2. Thomas Voeckler, Team Europcar, with 1 point

    Côte de la Chevade-139.5 Km

    • 1. Johnny Hoogerland, Vacansoleil-DCM, with 2 points
    • 2. Thomas Voeckler, Team Europcar, with 1 point

    Col de Prat de Bouc (Plomb du Cantal) (1392 m)-154.0 Km

    • 1. Johnny Hoogerland, Vacansoleil-DCM, with 5 points
    • 2. Thomas Voeckler, Team Europcar, with 3 points
    • 3. Sandy Casar, Fdj, with 2 points
    • 4. Juan Antonio Flecha Giannoni, Sky Procycling, with 1 point

    Côte du Château d’Alleuze-193.0 Km

    • 1. Thomas Voeckler, Team Europcar, with 1 point

    SAINT-FLOUR Montée des Orgues-208.0 Km

    • 1. Luis-Leon Sanchez, Rabobank Cycling Team, with 1 point

    GC

    • 1. Johnny Hoogerland, Vacansoleil-DCM, with 22 points
    • 2. Thomas Voeckler, Team Europcar, with 16 points
    • 3. Tejay Van Garderen, HTC-Highroad, with 5 points
    • 4. Alberto Costa Rui, Movistar Team, with 5 points
    • 5. Sandy Casar, Fdj, with 5 points
    • 6. Juan Antonio Flecha Giannoni, Sky Procycling, with 4 points
    • 7. Anthony Roux, Fdj, with 3 points
    • 8. Cadel Evans, BMC Racing Team, with 2 points
    • 9. Philippe Gilbert, Omega Pharma-Lotto, with 2 points
    • 10. Christophe Riblon, Ag2r La Mondiale, with 2 points
    • 11. Luis-Leon Sanchez, Rabobank Cycling Team, with 1 point
    • 12. Julien El Fares, Cofidis Le Credit En Ligne, with 1 point
    • 13. Alexandr Kolobnev, Katusha Team, with 1 point
    • 14. Mickaël Delage, Fdj, with 1 point
    • 15. Lieuwe Westra, Vacansoleil-DCM, with 1 point
    • 16. Anthony Delaplace, Saur-Sojasun, with 1 point
    • 17. Alberto Contador, Saxo Bank Sungard, with 1 point
    • 18. Cyril Gautier, Team Europcar, with 1 point
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