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- 1. Thomas Danielson, Garmin-Sharp, in 4:18:53
- 2. Ben Hermans, BMC Racing, at :00:57
- 3. Christopher Horner, Lampre-Merida
- 4. Winner Anacona Gomez, Lampre-Merida, at :01:47
- 5. Alex Diniz Correia, Funvic BrasilInvest-Sao Jose Dos Campos, at :02:07
- 6. Wilco Kelderman, Belkin
- 7. George Bennett, Cannondale, at :02:26
- 8. Carter Jones, Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies, at :02:31
- 9. Cadel Evans, BMC Racing, at :02:48
- 10. Lachlan Norris, Drapac, at :02:51
- 11. Matthew Busche, Trek Factory Racing, at :02:56
- 12. Christopher Butler, Hincapie Sportswear Development, at :03:03
- 13. Rob Britton, SmartStop, at :03:38
- 14. Lucas Euser, UnitedHealthcare, at :04:11
- 15. Daniel Alexander Jaramillo Diez, Jamis-Hagens Berman, at :04:16
- 16. Serghei Tvetcov, Jelly Belly-Maxxis, at :04:19
- 17. Clement Chevrier, Trek Factory Racing, at :04:44
- 18. Dion Smith, Hincapie Sportswear Development, at :05:26
- 19. Keegan Swirbul, Bissell Development, at :05:37
- 20. Jai Crawford, Drapac, at :05:45
- 21. Ilia Koshevoy, Lampre-Merida, at :05:50
- 22. Michael Schär, BMC Racing
- 23. James Oram, Bissell Development, at :05:53
- 24. Alex Howes, Garmin-Sharp, at :05:55
- 25. Robbie Squire, Jamis-Hagens Berman, at :06:24
- 26. Joseph Rosskopf, Hincapie Sportswear Development, at :06:39
- 27. Dylan Teuns, BMC Racing, at :07:15
- 28. Jens Voigt, Trek Factory Racing, at :07:53
- 29. Cameron Wurf, Cannondale, at :11:05
- 30. Phillip Gaimon, Garmin-Sharp, at :13:03
- 31. Brent Bookwalter, BMC Racing
- 32. Oscar Clark, Hincapie Sportswear Development
- 33. Calvin Watson, Trek Factory Racing, at :13:19
- 34. Joshua Berry, SmartStop, at :13:40
- 35. Ruben Zepuntke, Bissell Development, at :13:50
- 36. Michael Torckler, SmartStop, at :14:20
- 37. Brendan Canty, Drapac, at :14:42
- 38. Robin Carpenter, Hincapie Sportswear Development, at :14:56
- 39. Martijn Tusveld, Belkin
- 40. Riccardo Zoidl, Trek Factory Racing, at :15:09
- 41. Danilo Wyss, BMC Racing, at :15:53
- 42. Rick Zabel, BMC Racing
- 43. Kiel Reijnen, UnitedHealthcare, at :16:20
- 44. Tanner Putt, Bissell Development
- 45. Valerio Conti, Lampre-Merida, at :16:52
- 46. Autran Dourado Dutra Nicacio Pedro, Funvic BrasilInvest-Sao Jose Dos Campos
- 47. Prado Nazaret Magno, Funvic BrasilInvest-Sao Jose Dos Campos, at :17:56
- 48. Kirk Carlsen, Jelly Belly-Maxxis, at :18:54
- 49. Gregory Obando Brenes, Jamis-Hagens Berman
- 50. Matt Cooke, Jamis-Hagens Berman, at :20:10
- 51. Toms Skujins, Hincapie Sportswear Development, at :21:23
- 52. Joseph Schmalz, Hincapie Sportswear Development
- 53. Jesse Anthony, Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies
- 54. Travis Mccabe, SmartStop
- 55. Adam Phelan, Drapac
- 56. Gavin Mannion, Garmin-Sharp
- 57. Tao Geoghegan Hart, Bissell Development
- 58. Luca Wackermann, Lampre-Merida, at :22:27
- 59. Luca Dodi, Lampre-Merida, at :23:02
- 60. Enrique Davila Luis, Jelly Belly-Maxxis
- 61. Martijn Keizer, Belkin, at :23:05
- 62. Yannick Eijssen, BMC Racing, at :24:49
- 63. Benjamin King, Garmin-Sharp
- 64. Dennis VanWinden, Belkin
- 65. Charles Planet, Novo Nordisk
- 66. Matej Mohoric, Cannondale
- 67. Robert Wagner, Belkin
- 68. Thomas Dekker, Garmin-Sharp
- 69. Ivan Basso, Cannondale
- 70. Stephen Leece, Jamis-Hagens Berman
- 71. Janier Alexis Acevedo Calle, Garmin-Sharp
- 72. Cristiano Salerno, Cannondale
- 73. Tyler Wren, Jamis-Hagens Berman
- 74. Alan Marangoni, Cannondale
- 75. Moreno Hofland, Belkin
- 76. Antonio Fernando Prestes Garnero, Funvic BrasilInvest-Sao Jose Dos Campos
- 77. Gregory Daniel, Bissell Development
- 78. Michael Friedman, Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies
- 79. Javier Megias Leal, Novo Nordisk
- 80. Fred Rodriguez, Jelly Belly-Maxxis
- 81. David Lozano Riba, Novo Nordisk
- 82. Ben Jacques-Maynes, Jamis-Hagens Berman
- 83. Maarten Tjallingii, Belkin
- 84. Flavio DeLuna, SmartStop
- 85. Shane Kline, SmartStop
- 86. Jure Kocjan, SmartStop
- 87. Jetse Bol, Belkin
- 88. Benjamin Day, UnitedHealthcare
- 89. Luis Romero Amaran, Jamis-Hagens Berman
- 90. Andrea Vaccher, Lampre-Merida
- 91. Alexander Candelario, Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies
- 92. Jacob Rathe, Jelly Belly-Maxxis
- 93. Thomas Soladay, Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies
- 94. Daniel Eaton, Bissell Development
- 95. Wesley Sulzberger, Drapac
- 96. Julian Kyer, SmartStop
- 97. Joseph Lewis, Hincapie Sportswear Development
- 98. Ryan Eastman, Trek Factory Racing
- 99. Jonathan Clarke, UnitedHealthcare
- 100. Hayden Roulston, Trek Factory Racing
- 101. Eric Young, Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies
- 102. Chris Putt, Bissell Development
- 103. Jeffry Louder, UnitedHealthcare
- 104. Daniel Summerhill, UnitedHealthcare
- 105. Johnathan Freter, Jelly Belly-Maxxis
- 106. Robbie Hucker, Drapac
- 107. Alex Kirsch, Trek Factory Racing, at :25:51
- 108. Isaac Bolivar Hernandez, UnitedHealthcare, at :27:23
- DNF Ken Hanson, UnitedHealthcare
- DNF Joonas Henttala, Novo Nordisk
- DNF Charles Bradley Huff, Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies
- DNF Andre Almeida, Funvic BrasilInvest-Sao Jose Dos Campos
- DSQ Andrea Palini, Lampre-Merida
- DSQ Juraj Sagan, Cannondale
- DSQ Darren Lapthorne, Drapac
Tom Danielson (Garmin-Sharp) crossed the line alone at the top of Powder Mountain, claiming the stage 4 win and the GC lead at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah.
The defending champion relied on a strong effort by his Garmin-Sharp team at the base of the final 6.1-mile climb. Alex Howes (Garmin-Sharp) set a furious pace, which shattered the small lead group.
From that point on, Danielson was only challenged by Chris Horner (Lampre-Merida), but before they even saw the five kilometers-to-go marker, Horner was dropped, and Danielson soloed to victory with a comfortable 56-second advantage over the Vuelta a España champion.
Danielson is now first overall in the Tour of Utah, followed by Ben Hermans (BMC), 56 seconds behind, and Horner third, 57 seconds in arrears.
Big early breakaway
Jens Voigt (Trek Factory Racing) was again a protagonist, along with Dylan Theuns (BMC).
The two summited the category 2 climb up North Ogden Divide about 12 miles into the race, with Theuns taking maximum points, followed by Voigt, then the king of the mountains leader, Robin Carpenter (Hincapie Sportswear Development).
The breakaway group then grew in size to nine riders, as others jumped across the gap, but Cannondale was not content with the scenario and pulled the move back.
After about 30 miles of racing, the next move went up the road, with eight riders attacking. They were soon joined by several other attackers, coming in twos and threes, to eventually form the final selection of 14 riders: Thomas Dekker (Garmin-Sharp), Luca Dodi (Lampre-Merida), Andrea Vaccher (Lampre-Merida), Brent Bookwalter (BMC), Yannick Eijssen (BMC), Ryan Eastman (Trek Factory Racing), Alex Kirsch (Trek Factory Racing), Ivan Basso (Cannondale), Maarten Tjallingii (Belkin), Jonathan Clark (UnitedHealthcare), Jeffry Louder (UnitedHealthcare), Thomas Soladay (Optum), Travis Mccabe (SmartStop), and Gregory Daniel (Bissell Development).
On the first trip through Eden, Basso won the bonus sprint, followed by Vaccher and Dodi.
With several riders within 17 seconds of the GC lead and a general lack of cooperation, the break rarely saw its gap grow beyond one minute on the stage’s flat miles around Pineview Reservoir.
Sensing the danger, Louder and Eijssen attacked, attempting to create their own counter-move. Their gap over the chasing field was small, and soon Voigt and Riccardo Zoidl (Trek Factory Racing) jumped clear to bridge up to the two leaders.
Gradually, the attacking riders gave up on the move, until Zoidl was alone at the front. Soon, with around 15 miles remaining in the race, the field reabsorbed the Austrian, with Garmin-Sharp firmly in control at the front of the peloton.
Toward the top of the day’s second KOM, the return trip over North Ogden Divide, Alex Diniz (Funvic) attacked and soon had a gap of 17 seconds. The reward for his efforts was first place over the divide. He was followed by a chase group of 24 riders. Phil Gaimon (Garmin-Sharp) took second over the climb. Tom Danielson (Garmin-Sharp) was third.
Powder Mountain finale
By the time they reached the base of the day’s final climb, up Powder Mountain, the lead group was established, with a two-minute lead over the peloton. The group included notables like Cadel Evans (BMC), Carter Jones (Optum), Horner, Danielson, Lucas Euser (UnitedHealthcare), and Basso.
Garmin-Sharp got down to business immediately, putting Howes on the front to set a blistering pace on the false-flat run-in. The group quickly shattered.
Lampre-Merida’s Winner Anacona made a daring solo move with about 4.5 miles to go, but he was soon reeled in by Danielson and Horner, who had just dropped Evans.
Horner didn’t last much longer at the front with his American compatriot. About 3.5 miles from the top, Danielson got a gap and never looked back.
Just under two miles from the top, Hermans caught Horner and the two rode together, keeping the Garmin-Sharp leader’s gap to just under one minute.
After 3,106 feet of climbing, some of it nearing a 17 percent gradient, Danielson came across the line alone.
Hermans did the lion’s share of the work to cross the line 56 seconds behind, with Horner right on his wheel. Anacona was fourth, 1:47 behind, and Diniz finished fifth, 2:06 off of Danielson’s winning time.
Friday’s 101.4-mile stage from Evanston, Wyoming to Kamas, Utah will offer one major climb, over Bald Mountain, before about 50 miles of downhill and flats to the finish.
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