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Results: 2014 Giro d’Italia, stage 17

  • By VeloNews.com
  • Published May. 28, 2014
  • Updated May. 28, 2014 at 5:35 PM EDT

  • 1. Nacer BOUHANNI, FDJ.fr, 251 points
  • 2. Giacomo NIZZOLO, Trek Factory Racing, 225 points
  • 3. Elia VIVIANI, Cannondale, 173 points
  • 4. Roberto FERRARI, Lampre-Merida, 161 points
  • 5. Ben SWIFT, Sky, 130 points
  • 6. Enrico BATTAGLIN, Bardiani-CSF, 96 points
  • 7. Cadel EVANS, BMC Racing, 96 points
  • 8. Tim WELLENS, Lotto-Belisol, 84 points
  • 9. Marco CANOLA, Bardiani-CSF, 82 points
  • 10. Diego ULISSI, Lampre-Merida, 78 points
  • 11. Wilco KELDERMAN, Belkin, 78 points
  • 12. Luka MEZGEC, Giant-Shimano, 78 points
  • 13. Rigoberto URAN URAN, Omega Pharma-Quick Step, 73 points
  • 14. Tyler FARRAR, Garmin-Sharp, 69 points
  • 15. Matteo MONTAGUTI, Ag2r La Mondiale, 63 points
  • 16. Jackson RODRIGUEZ, Androni Giocattoli, 60 points
  • 17. Stefano PIRAZZI, Bardiani-CSF, 53 points
  • 18. Andrea FEDI, NRI, 50 points
  • 19. Angelo TULIK, Europcar, 46 points
  • 20. Rafal MAJKA, Tinkoff-Saxo, 43 points
  • 21. Thomas DE GENDT, Omega Pharma-Quick Step, 43 points
  • 22. Domenico POZZOVIVO, Ag2r La Mondiale, 42 points
  • 23. Simon GESCHKE, Giant-Shimano, 42 points
  • 24. Jay MCCARTHY, Tinkoff-Saxo, 41 points
  • 25. Nairo Alexander QUINTANA ROJAS, Movistar, 40 points
  • 26. Marco BANDIERA, Androni Giocattoli, 40 points
  • 27. Ryder HESJEDAL, Garmin-Sharp, 34 points
  • 28. Tosh VAN DER SANDE, Lotto-Belisol, 34 points
  • 29. Nicola BOEM, Bardiani-CSF, 34 points
  • 30. Tom VEELERS, Giant-Shimano, 34 points
  • 31. Dario CATALDO, Sky, 33 points
  • 32. Maarten TJALLINGII, Belkin, 32 points
  • 33. Fabio Andres DUARTE AREVALO, Colombia, 32 points
  • 34. Leonardo Fabio DUQUE, Colombia, 31 points
  • 35. Fabio ARU, Astana, 29 points
  • 36. Matteo RABOTTINI, NRI, 28 points
  • 37. Kenny DE HAES, Lotto-Belisol, 28 points
  • 38. Marco FRAPPORTI, Androni Giocattoli, 27 points
  • 39. Michael ROGERS, Tinkoff-Saxo, 25 points
  • 40. Davide MALACARNE, Europcar, 25 points
  • 41. Julian David ARREDONDO MORENO, Trek Factory Racing, 25 points
  • 42. Albert TIMMER, Giant-Shimano, 25 points
  • 43. Tony HUREL, Europcar, 25 points
  • 44. Fabio FELLINE, Trek Factory Racing, 23 points
  • 45. Gianluca BRAMBILLA, Omega Pharma-Quick Step, 22 points
  • 46. Vladimir GUSEV, Katusha, 22 points
  • 47. Jussi VEIKKANEN, FDJ.fr, 22 points
  • 48. Nathan HAAS, Garmin-Sharp, 22 points
  • 49. Pierre ROLLAND, Europcar, 21 points
  • 50. Boy VAN POPPEL, Trek Factory Racing, 21 points
  • 51. Robinson Eduardo CHALAPUD GOMEZ, Colombia, 20 points
  • 52. Daniele RATTO, Cannondale, 20 points
  • 53. Robert KISERLOVSKI, Trek Factory Racing, 18 points
  • 54. Ivan SANTAROMITA, Orica-GreenEdge, 17 points
  • 55. Sander ARMEE, Lotto-Belisol, 16 points
  • 56. Ivan ROVNY, Tinkoff-Saxo, 16 points
  • 57. Yonder GODOY, Androni Giocattoli, 16 points
  • 58. Gert DOCKX, Lotto-Belisol, 16 points
  • 59. Bert DE BACKER, Giant-Shimano, 16 points
  • 60. Jeffry Johan ROMERO CORREDOR, Colombia, 16 points
  • 61. Enrico BARBIN, Bardiani-CSF, 14 points
  • 62. Steve MORABITO, BMC Racing, 14 points
  • 63. Serge PAUWELS, Omega Pharma-Quick Step, 14 points
  • 64. Moreno MOSER, Cannondale, 14 points
  • 65. Borut BOZIC, Astana, 14 points
  • 66. Bernhard EISEL, Sky, 13 points
  • 67. Miguel Angel RUBIANO CHAVEZ, Colombia, 12 points
  • 68. Jetse BOL, Belkin, 12 points
  • 69. Daniel OSS, BMC Racing, 10 points
  • 70. Paolo LONGO BORGHINI, Cannondale, 9 points
  • 71. Jarlinson PANTANO, Colombia, 9 points
  • 72. Nicolas ROCHE, Tinkoff-Saxo, 9 points
  • 73. Diego ROSA, Androni Giocattoli, 9 points
  • 74. Maxim BELKOV, Katusha, 9 points
  • 75. Jos VAN EMDEN, Belkin, 9 points
  • 76. Maxime MONFORT, Lotto-Belisol, 8 points
  • 77. Oscar GATTO, Cannondale, 8 points
  • 78. Alexis VUILLERMOZ, Ag2r La Mondiale, 7 points
  • 79. Georg PREIDLER, Giant-Shimano, 7 points
  • 80. Jan POLANC, Lampre-Merida, 7 points
  • 81. Philip DEIGNAN, Sky, 7 points
  • 82. Winner ANACONA GOMEZ, Lampre-Merida, 7 points
  • 83. Eugenio ALAFACI, Trek Factory Racing, 7 points
  • 84. Damiano CUNEGO, Lampre-Merida, 6 points
  • 85. Wouter POELS, Omega Pharma-Quick Step, 6 points
  • 86. Daniel MORENO FERNANDEZ, Katusha, 6 points
  • 87. Lars Ytting BAK, Lotto-Belisol, 6 points
  • 88. Eduard VORGANOV, Katusha, 6 points
  • 89. Johan LE BON, FDJ.fr, 6 points
  • 90. Julien VERMOTE, Omega Pharma-Quick Step, 6 points
  • 91. Sonny COLBRELLI, Bardiani-CSF, 6 points
  • 92. Sébastien CHAVANEL, FDJ.fr, 5 points
  • 93. Hubert DUPONT, Ag2r La Mondiale, 4 points
  • 94. Matteo BONO, Lampre-Merida, 4 points
  • 95. Emanuele SELLA, Androni Giocattoli, 4 points
  • 96. Enrico GASPAROTTO, Astana, 4 points
  • 97. Sebastian HENAO GOMEZ, Sky, 3 points
  • 98. Alberto LOSADA ALGUACIL, Katusha, 3 points
  • 99. Mattia CATTANEO, Lampre-Merida, 3 points
  • 100. Edoardo ZARDINI, Bardiani-CSF, 3 points
  • 101. David TANNER, Belkin, 3 points
  • 102. Przemyslaw NIEMIEC, Lampre-Merida, 2 points
  • 103. Jonathan MONSALVE, NRI, 2 points
  • 104. Rodolfo Andres TORRES AGUDELO, Colombia, 2 points
  • 105. Salvatore PUCCIO, Sky, 2 points
  • 106. Danilo HONDO, Trek Factory Racing, 2 points
  • 107. José HERRADA LOPEZ, Movistar, 1 points
  • 108. Patrick GRETSCH, Ag2r La Mondiale, 1 points
  • 109. Carlos Julian QUINTERO, Colombia, 1 points
  • 110. Alan MARANGONI, Cannondale, 1 points
  • 111. Franco PELLIZOTTI, Androni Giocattoli, -1 points
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