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André Greipel
 2h 49' 41''
2
Bryan Coquard
 2h 49' 41''
3
Alexander Kristoff
 2h 49' 41''
4
Edvald Boasson Hagen
 2h 49' 41''
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Arnaud Démare
 2h 49' 41''
6
Mark Cavendish
 2h 49' 41''
7
Peter Sagan
 2h 49' 41''
8
John Degenkolb
 2h 49' 41''
9
Michael Matthews
 2h 49' 41''
10
Ramunas Navardauskas
 2h 49' 41''
11
Matteo Trentin
 2h 49' 41''
12
Christophe Laporte
 2h 49' 41''
13
Geoffrey Soupe
 2h 49' 41''
14
Sep Vanmarcke
 2h 49' 41''
15
Jarlinson Pantano
 2h 49' 41''
16
Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg
 2h 49' 41''
17
Anthony Delaplace
 2h 49' 41''
18
Jan Bárta
 2h 49' 41''
19
Davide Cimolai
 2h 49' 41''
20
Jacopo Guarnieri
 2h 49' 41''
21
Paul Voß
 2h 49' 41''
22
Grégory Rast
 2h 49' 41''
23
Matthias Brändle
 2h 49' 41''
24
Alexis Vuillermoz
 2h 49' 41''
25
Marcel Wyss
 +23''
26
Kristjan Koren
 2h 49' 41''
27
Reto Hollenstein
 2h 49' 41''
28
Nélson Oliveira
 2h 49' 41''
29
Vincenzo Nibali
 2h 49' 41''
30
Filippo Pozzato
 2h 49' 41''
31
Jakob Fuglsang
 2h 49' 41''
32
Markel Irizar
 2h 49' 41''
33
Damiano Caruso
 2h 49' 41''
34
Sylvain Chavanel
 2h 49' 41''
35
Michal Golas
 2h 49' 41''
36
Robert Gesink
 2h 49' 41''
37
Pierre-Luc Périchon
 2h 49' 41''
38
Steven Kruijswijk
 2h 49' 41''
39
Simon Yates
 2h 49' 41''
40
Paul Martens
 2h 49' 41''
41
Armindo Fonseca
 2h 49' 41''
42
Julien Simon
 2h 49' 41''
43
Matteo Tosatto
 2h 49' 41''
44
Jacques Janse Van Rensburg
 2h 49' 41''
45
Michael Schär
 2h 49' 41''
46
Jos van Emden
 2h 49' 41''
47
Julien Vermote
 2h 49' 41''
48
Martin Elmiger
 2h 49' 41''
49
Alexandre Geniez
 2h 49' 41''
50
Haimar Zubeldia
 2h 49' 41''
51
Luis Ángel Maté
 2h 49' 41''
52
Dylan van Baarle
 2h 49' 41''
53
Imanol Erviti
 2h 49' 41''
54
Pierrick Fédrigo
 2h 49' 41''
55
Jens Debusschere
 2h 49' 41''
56
Andriy Grivko
 2h 49' 41''
57
Daniel Oss
 2h 49' 41''
58
Zdenek Štybar
 2h 49' 41''
59
Mathias Frank
 2h 49' 41''
60
Roman Kreuziger
 2h 49' 41''
61
Romain Bardet
 2h 49' 41''
62
Mikaël Chérel
 2h 49' 41''
63
Koen de Kort
 2h 49' 41''
64
Roy Curvers
 2h 49' 41''
65
Yohann Gène
 2h 49' 41''
66
Jérémy Roy
 2h 49' 41''
67
Brice Feillu
 2h 49' 41''
68
Marco Haller
 2h 49' 41''
69
Jan Bakelants
 2h 49' 41''
70
Benoît Vaugrenard
 2h 49' 41''
71
Warren Barguil
 2h 49' 41''
72
Sébastien Chavanel
 2h 49' 41''
73
Wilco Kelderman
 2h 49' 41''
74
Marcel Sieberg
 2h 49' 41''
75
Albert Timmer
 2h 49' 41''
76
Merhawi Kudus
 2h 49' 41''
77
Nicolas Edet
 2h 49' 41''
78
Florian Sénéchal
 2h 49' 41''
79
Cyril Gautier
 2h 49' 41''
80
Pierre Rolland
 2h 49' 41''
81
Angelo Tulik
 2h 49' 41''
82
Bryan Nauleau
 2h 49' 41''
83
Perrig Quémeneur
 2h 49' 41''
84
Thibaut Pinot
 2h 49' 41''
85
Tanel Kangert
 2h 49' 41''
86
José Mendes
 2h 49' 41''
87
Andrew Talansky
 2h 49' 41''
88
Daniel Martin
 2h 49' 41''
89
Joaquim Rodríguez
 2h 49' 41''
90
Bartosz Huzarski
 2h 49' 41''
91
Alberto Contador
 2h 49' 41''
92
Rafal Majka
 2h 49' 41''
93
Alberto Losada
 2h 49' 41''
94
Alejandro Valverde
 2h 49' 41''
95
Kristijan Ðurasek
 2h 49' 41''
96
Bram Tankink
 2h 49' 41''
97
Rafael Valls
 2h 49' 41''
98
Giampaolo Caruso
 2h 49' 41''
99
José Serpa
 2h 49' 41''
100
Rubén Plaza
 2h 49' 41''
101
Frédéric Brun
 2h 49' 41''
102
Daniel Navarro
 2h 49' 41''
103
Tiago Machado
 2h 49' 41''
104
Danilo Wyss
 2h 49' 41''
105
Bauke Mollema
 2h 49' 41''
106
Bob Jungels
 2h 49' 41''
107
Tyler Farrar
 2h 49' 41''
108
Samuel Sánchez
 2h 49' 41''
109
Steve Cummings
 2h 49' 41''
110
Manuel Quinziato
 2h 49' 41''
111
Dmitriy Gruzdev
 2h 49' 41''
112
Lars Bak
 2h 49' 41''
113
Daniel Teklehaimanot
 2h 49' 41''
114
Stef Clement
 2h 49' 41''
115
Serge Pauwels
 2h 49' 41''
116
Rigoberto Urán
 2h 49' 41''
117
Romain Sicard
 2h 49' 41''
118
Georg Preidler
 2h 49' 41''
119
Adam Hansen
 2h 49' 41''
120
Tim Wellens
 2h 49' 41''
121
Tom Leezer
 2h 49' 41''
122
Adam Yates
 2h 49' 41''
123
Arnaud Gérard
 2h 49' 41''
124
Matthieu Ladagnous
 2h 49' 41''
125
Damien Gaudin
 2h 49' 41''
126
Emanuel Buchmann
 2h 49' 41''
127
Svein Tuft
 2h 49' 41''
128
Ryder Hesjedal
 2h 49' 41''
129
Lieuwe Westra
 2h 49' 41''
130
Julián Arredondo
 2h 49' 41''
131
Jean Christophe Péraud
 2h 49' 41''
132
Leopold König
 2h 49' 41''
133
Luke Rowe
 2h 49' 41''
134
Richie Porte
 2h 49' 41''
135
Wout Poels
 2h 49' 41''
136
Chris Froome
 2h 49' 41''
137
Ian Stannard
 2h 49' 41''
138
Nicolas Roche
 2h 49' 41''
139
Geraint Thomas
 2h 49' 41''
140
Laurens ten Dam
 2h 49' 41''
141
Winner Anacona
 2h 49' 41''
142
Nairo Quintana
 2h 49' 41''
143
Adriano Malori
 2h 49' 41''
144
José Herrada
 2h 49' 41''
145
Simon Geschke
 2h 49' 41''
146
Stijn Devolder
 2h 49' 41''
147
Florian Vachon
 2h 49' 41''
148
Pieter Weening
 +21''
149
Kenneth Vanbilsen
 2h 49' 41''
150
Michele Scarponi
 2h 49' 41''
151
Rohan Dennis
 2h 49' 41''
152
Michael Rogers
 2h 49' 41''
153
Luke Durbridge
 2h 49' 41''
154
Thomas Voeckler
 2h 49' 41''
155
Christophe Riblon
 2h 49' 41''
156
Jonathan Castroviejo
 2h 49' 41''
157
Thomas De Gendt
 2h 49' 41''
158
Tony Gallopin
 2h 49' 41''
159
Gorka Izagirre
 2h 49' 41''
160
Matteo Bono
 2h 49' 41''
 

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Floyd Landis has claimed the US Anti-Doping Agency asked him to give "incriminating evidence" about Lance Armstrong.
By Reuters • The 11/05/2007 at 11:17
Further analyses of urine samples from 2006 Tour de France winner Floyd Landis have shown traces of synthetic testosterone.
By Reuters • The 23/04/2007 at 15:50
The French Anti-Doping Agency have dropped their case against Tour de France runner-up Oscar Pereiro.
By Reuters • The 25/01/2007 at 19:52
The UCI cleared Tour de France runner-up Oscar Pereiro of a doping offence on Monday after he tested positive for salbutamol at the race.
By Reuters • The 23/01/2007 at 10:55
Tour de France runner-up Oscar Pereiro said his failed drugs test for salbutamol had been a 'massive misunderstanding.'
By Reuters • The 22/01/2007 at 10:45
Tour de France organisers are waiting for French authorities to review failed drugs tests by runner-up Oscar Pereiro from last year's race.
By Reuters • The 18/01/2007 at 22:20
Oscar Pereiro tested positive for a banned substance during his second-place finish at the 2006 Tour de France Le Monde is reporting.
By Eurosport • The 18/01/2007 at 18:48
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has been summoned to a hearing by the French anti-doping agency which could bar him from racing in France
By Reuters • The 12/01/2007 at 23:46
Ivan Basso considers Oscar Pereiro to be the "moral victor" of the Tour de France, though he defended Floyd Landis' right to defend himself.
By Eurosport • The 06/12/2006 at 20:25
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World Anti-Doping Agency chief Dick Pound says he has complete confidence in the French laboratory that handled Floyd Landis' drugs test.
By Reuters • The 16/11/2006 at 15:57
 
 
 

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