Pro Cycling

2012 Tour de Korea | Stage 3: Gwangju – Yeosu

A cruel finale blunted the lingering suspense of a stage-long escapade by two riders in today’s third Tour de Korea stage. Not only were 2011 Tour de Korea points jersey winner, Paul Odlin (Subway Cycling Team), and 2009 British Road Cycling Champion, Kristian House (Rapha Condor-Sharp), unable to hold off their pursuants until the finish, a controversial final sprint by Team Type 1 – Sanofi’s Alexander Serebrayakov sucked all attention away from the hard-fighting pair’s efforts.

IMAGES: Aaron Lee

Following several minutes of official deliberation, Serebrayakov was relegated to the back of the 76-strong lead group, handing stage runner-up Chan Jae Jang (Terengganu Cycling Team) his second Tour de Korea win in two years. On overall time, Jang moved into the leader’s jersey and now holds a slim five second margin over Alexander Candelario (Team Optum presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies), with third-placed David McCann (RTS Racing) a further four seconds in arrears.

Just as birds fly south to warmer climates, so too did the 119 riders lining up for today’s 135.6km stage from Gwangju to Yeosu; the race’s southernmost point. Reassuringly, the forecasted fine conditions transpired, with temperatures hitting 27°C by the finale. Winds of change were also apparent as, against trend, three foreign riders attacked immediately after the stage began. Together with King Lok Cheung (Hong Kong National Team), Odlin and House rode away strongly from the peloton, establishing a 28” lead within the first ten minutes of racing. Cheung suffered a puncture before 20 kilometres was clocked and was subsequently forced to drop back into the peloton. Vitaliy Popkov (ISD – Lampre) bravely tried to bridge the gap – which had peaked at 1’30” – but gave up within minutes.

The Kiwi and the Brit ground out a 40kph pace along mostly-flat country roads, though a gentle upward tendency meant the pair reached 200 metres elevation by the end of the first hour of racing. Behind them, Ronald Young (Hong Kong National Team), Jung Hwan Youm (Seoul Cycling Team) and Sunjae Jang (Korea National Team) were closing, eventually bridging to create a five-man group 55 kilometres out of Gwangju.

With no intermediate sprint to concern themselves with, the leaders concentrated on getting to the day’s only KOM – at 280m elevation and 2.9km in length – which began 85.2 kilometres into the stage. A chasing break, consisting of Rodriges Arguelyes (Rusvelo), Ki Ho Choi (Hong Kong National Team), Patrick Shaw (Genesys Wealth Advisers), Muradjan Halmuratov (Uzbekistan Suren Team), Ki Hong Yoo (Geumsan Ginseng Cello), Sungbaek Park (KSPO), Sungjun Kang and Keonwoo Park (both of Seoul Cycling team), bore down on the five men, adding a few more complexities and competing interests to the now 13-man group.

Shaw pulled strongly up the climb to mitigate attacks and ensure the group could take advantage of their collective strength once over and off the summit. By the time Park, Halmuratov, House and Youm had respectively secured their share of the KOM points, the group had fractured; later rejoining after a rapid and technical descent.

With 100 kilometers covered, the lead group had atrophied to nine men and Choi, Yeung, Odlin, House, Shaw, Park, Youm, Halmuratov and Jang held a stable gap of 1’30” on the peloton, which they held for another 20 kilometres; giving onlookers every impression they could stay away.

After three hours of racing, and inside 20 kilometres to go, riders from Team Optum and Team Nippo began urging the peloton forward. Together with a deterioration of co-operation within the lead group, the time gap began to tumble quickly; halving to 40” with 10 kilometres remaining. Believing they had a better chance to stay away as part of a smaller group, both House and Shaw attacked only to be pulled back by their breakaway companions who, in turn, refused to work at the front.

This lack of cohesion was no match for the efficient main field and all riders were together again with only six kilometres left to race. Sensing a lull in speed, Shaw immediately countered with a solo flyer that took him inside five kilometres to go before his legs could outpace the men behind no more.

With a 50-metre loss in elevation over the final two kilometres, the bunch scorched along, flaring across the three-laned main road of Yeosu in an angry swarm. Though Serebrayakov appeared to have sufficient speed approaching 200 metres to go, his final deviation to the road’s far right was ruled to impede Jang’s sprint and the Korean was awarded the stage, ahead of Ken Hanson (Team Optum presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies) and Maximiliano Richeze (Team Nippo).

“I’m first today because the rider from Team Type 1 is not a good player,” said Jang blunty, after learning of his promotion to first. ”I think in a normal situation, I would have more speed (than Serebrayakov). This year in Tour de Korea I want to go for the general classification. Today I’m a stage winner, but I want to be at the top by the final stage.

All of my team have been great. They helped me get KOM points yesterday, and today they were amazing. Tomorrow could be a very difficult race because it will be raining and very cold. I think tomorrow could decide the overall winner.”

 

STAGE SNIPPETS

Joon Yong Seo (Seoul Cycling Team); 6th place in stage 3, 9th on general classification
I’m focused on the stage wins because I’m an all rounder; I try to escape for the win. Our team is known for attacking, but this year we have four young riders so it’s a little bit difficult for racing. My team leader (Jung Hwan Youm) is a good climber and time trial rider. He wants stage wins, and so do I.

So far this year, I placed second at Tour de Langkawi (stage 7). In the future, I hope to get to Europe. In 2008, I stayed in France with Meitan Hompo – GDR (Japan) but the team finished and I started looking for another team. If any pro team wants me I can go. Anything is okay!

Road cycling is getting famous in Korea, and in the Government. If anybody comes to cycle in Korea, it’s a good choice!

Jai Crawford (RTS Racing); 31st in stage 3; 20th on general classification
We had a good day yesterday when David (McCann, 2nd place in stage 2) got up the road. We were in the group of six together over the climb and David managed to get away. I hit it a bit over the top of the climb and we were surprised there was a split so we just pushed it on the other side and ended up with six guys. We had about 30 seconds on the chasing group and eventually they got us back. Once they got us there was a bit of hesitation because we (RTS Racing) had two riders. Unfortunately, the peloton caught my group in the finish, but it was great to have David up the road to get 30 seconds on GC.

We’re definitely here to win the tour. It would have been nice to get the stage win as well, but we’ll take whatever we can get. I think we’re probably more suited to the GC rather than the stage wins. Maybe stage six and seven could split up a bit and we’ll see some small groups get to the finish. That’ll suit David, myself and Alex Coutts, I expect.

I don’t know if managers of European teams notice results in Asia. Experience tells me they probably don’t. I think it might be ignorance, which is no disrespect to them, but teams don’t really rate Asian racing as highly as they should. If they came over, they would see how difficult it is. That’s just the way it is. I’ve been second here and Langkawi [Crawford was 2nd overall in both Tour de Korea and Le Tour de Langkawi in 2009] and still not been able to break into a European team. Maybe if I was 19 and won Tour de Korea, they might have a look. I enjoy racing my bike, and these race are worthy of our motivation to win.

Patrick Shaw (Genesys Wealth Advisers) 23rd in stage 3; 13th on general classification
I thought it was possible to get the victory; I can safely say I was the strongest in the group. We had a good group, with Kristian House really pulling his weight. Together, we were trying to get the group to work but unfortunately our counterparts from Asia didn’t want to play along in the game. As soon as the peloton got us, they sort of backed off the power so I  hit them again thinking I’d go for a bit of an Italian-style victory, but all the legs were left out on the road. Terrific ride from those teams behind though, because I think we were a serious problem for them.

Anyone sitting at home should not discount the difficulty of these races. I raced amateurs in Italy, which is arguably the hardest amateur scene in the world and these races are at least as hard. You’ve got to remember you’re only riding with teams of six, and sometimes teams of five. It makes for a lot of heavy work, and it’s eight days of serious racing. The locals race full gas from kilometre zero to the finish every day. They don’t do that in Europe. European racing is definitely harder over the entire season, but there are race days here that are equally difficult. 

 

STAGE 3 RESULTS

PLACE NAT SURNAME, NAME TEAM TIME GAP
1 KOR JANG CHAN JAE TSG 3:23:52 39.91km/hr
2 USA HANSON KEN OPT 3:23:52 00:00
3 ARG RICHEZE MAXIMILIANO PPO 3:23:52 00:00
4 SLO ILESIC ALDO INO TT1 3:23:52 00:00
5 USA HUFF  CHARLES JBC 3:23:52 00:00
6 KOR SEO JOON YONG SCT 3:23:52 00:00
7 ARG RICHEZE MAURO ABEL PPO 3:23:52 00:00
8 GER EDMULLER BENJAMIN KTM 3:23:52 00:00
9 KOR JEONG CHEUNG GYO GGC 3:23:52 00:00
10 AUS LANG RICHARD RCS 3:23:52 00:00
11 IRL MCCANN DAVID RTS 3:23:52 00:00
12 KOR PARK SUNG BAEK KSP 3:23:52 00:00
13 KOR PARK KYOUNG HO SCT 3:23:52 00:00
14 IRI SHIRISISAN HAMID UST 3:23:52 00:00
15 AUS KEMPS AARON CSS 3:23:52 00:00
16 NED VAN DER VELDE RICARDO JBC 3:23:52 00:00
17 USA CANDELARIO ALEXANDER OPT 3:23:52 00:00
18 UKR MARTYNENKO OLEKSANDR ISD 3:23:52 00:00
19 KOR SHIN DONG HYUN KSP 3:23:52 00:00
20 GBR DOWNING DEAN RCS 3:23:52 00:00
21 USA ANTHONY JESSE OPT 3:23:52 00:00
22 HKG KWOK HO TING HKG 3:23:52 00:00
23 AUS SHAW PATRICK GEN 3:23:52 00:00
24 IRI HAGHI ALIREZA AZC 3:23:52 00:00
25 KOR PARK KEON WOO KOR 3:23:52 00:00
26 MAS MISBAH MUHAMMAD RAUF NUR MAS 3:23:52 00:00
27 MAS MAZUKI NUR AMIRULL FAKHRUDDIN TSG 3:23:52 00:00
28 NZL LATHAM PETER SUB 3:23:52 00:00
29 UKR AGARKOV YURIY ISD 3:23:52 00:00
30 RUS KHATUNTSEV ALEXANDER RVL 3:23:52 00:00
31 AUS CRAWFORD JAI RTS 3:23:52 00:00
32 KGZ WACKER EUGEN UST 3:23:52 00:00
33 KOR CHOE HYEONG MIN GGC 3:23:52 00:00
34 USA ORONTE EMERSON JBC 3:23:52 00:00
35 KOR KANG SUK HO SCT 3:23:52 00:00
36 IRI GHAREHBAGHIPOURI MOHAMMAD UST 3:23:52 00:00
37 IRI SALEHIAN FARSHAD AZC 3:23:52 00:00
38 MAS MAT SENAN MOHAMMAD SAUFI TSG 3:23:52 00:00
39 UZB HALMURATOV MURADJAN UST 3:23:52 00:00
40 KOR GONG HYO SUK GGC 3:23:52 00:00
41 HKG WONG KAM PO HKG 3:23:52 00:00
42 GBR COUTTS ALEX RTS 3:23:52 00:00
43 AUS DYBALL BEN GEN 3:23:52 00:00
44 NZL GOUGH WESTLEY SUB 3:23:52 00:00
45 GBR RODGERS LEE RTS 3:23:52 00:00
46 UKR KARNULIN DENYS ISD 3:23:52 00:00
47 HKG YEUNG YING HON HKG 3:23:52 00:00
48 GBR HANDLEY RICHARD RCS 3:23:52 00:00
49 RSA JENNINGS CHRISTOPHER RCS 3:23:52 00:00
50 RUS ARGUELYES RODRIGES RVL 3:23:52 00:00
51 AUS MARWOOD KYLE GEN 3:23:52 00:00
52 SUI BOILLAT JORIS CSS 3:23:52 00:00
53 GBR CUMING MICHAEL RCS 3:23:52 00:00
54 USA FRIEDMAN MICHAEL OPT 3:23:52 00:00
55 UKR POPKOV VITALIY ISD 3:23:52 00:00
56 AUT STADLER STEFAN KTM 3:23:52 00:00
57 KOR JANG KYUNG GU KTM 3:23:52 00:00
58 AUS CALABRIA FABIO TT1 3:23:52 00:00
59 AUS ROBINSON TOM GEN 3:23:52 00:00
60 CZE KRATOCHVILA JAKUB KTM 3:23:52 00:00
61 KOR CHOI SEUNG WOO KOR 3:23:52 00:00
62 NZL ODLIN PAUL SUB 3:23:52 00:00
63 GBR HOUSE KRISTIAN RCS 3:23:52 00:00
64 HKG CHEUNG KING WAI HKG 3:23:52 00:00
65 HKG CHOI KI HO HKG 3:23:52 00:00
66 KOR JUNG JI MIN KSP 3:23:52 00:00
67 KOR YOO  KI HONG GGC 3:23:52 00:00
68 KOR OH SE YONG GGC 3:23:52 00:00
69 USA HAGMAN ALEXANDER JBC 3:23:52 00:00
70 KOR YOUM JUNG HWAN SCT 3:23:52 00:00
71 JPN KOMORI RYOHEI PPO 3:23:52 00:00
72 NZL GORTER MATT SUB 3:23:52 00:00
73 JPN SANO JUNYA PPO 3:23:52 00:00
74 JPN UCHIMA KOHEI PPO 3:23:52 00:00
75 USA POWERS JEREMY JBC 3:23:52 00:00
76 RUS SEREBRAYAKOV ALEXANDER TT1 3:23:52 00:00
77 KOR LEE SEUNG KWON SCT 3:24:08 00:16
78 KOR JANG SUN JAE KOR 3:24:14 00:22
79 USA SHERER MICHAEL OPT 3:24:34 00:42
80 USA SOLADAY THOMAS OPT 3:25:17 01:25
81 HKG CHEUNG KING LOK HKG 3:23:52 00:00
82 NZL HORGAN SAM SUB 3:26:21 02:29
83 KOR KIM DO HYOUNG TSG 3:31:57 08:05
84 MAS HASSAN SUHARDI MAS 3:31:57 08:05
85 KOR KIM JUN BIN SCT 3:34:49 10:57
86 RUS VALYNIN VALERY RVL 3:35:24 11:32
87 RUS KRASNOV LEONID RVL 3:35:24 11:32
88 UKR PAKHTUSOV ANATOLIY ISD 3:35:24 11:32
89 KOR BANG JAE HYUN GGC 3:35:24 11:32
90 IRL IRVINE MARTYN RTS 3:35:24 11:32
91 KOR IM CHAE BIN KOR 3:35:24 11:32
92 NZL LOVEGROVE NICK SUB 3:35:24 11:32
93 CHN JIANG KUN CSS 3:35:24 11:32
94 ESP CELIS ZABALA VIDAL AZC 3:35:24 11:32
95 MAS ABDULLAH MUHAMMAD KHAIRUL AZIZI MAS 3:35:24 11:32
96 CHN LIU BIAO CSS 3:35:24 11:32
97 HKG WU KINSAN CSS 3:35:24 11:32
98 AUS RIGG JASON GEN 3:35:24 11:32
99 KOR IM JAE YEON KOR 3:35:24 11:32
100 KOR KWON SOON YEONG KSP 3:35:24 11:32
101 AUS CARVER ALEX GEN 3:35:24 11:32
102 MAS AMAD LUTFI MOHD FAUZAN MAS 3:35:24 11:32
103 CAN HAMILTON NIC JBC 3:35:24 11:32
104 IRI PASBAN KHAJEH HAMED UST 3:35:24 11:32
105 KOR LEE KI JU KSP 3:35:24 11:32
106 KOR PARK SEON HO KTM 3:35:24 11:32
107 UKR BAKUMENKO VLADYSLAV ISD 3:36:51 12:59
108 USA ELDRIDGE JOE TT1 3:36:51 12:59
109 EST KIRSIPUU JAAN CSS 3:36:51 12:59
110 MAS SALEH MOHD ZAMRI TSG 3:36:51 12:59
111 ROU PRIA LARS KTM 3:36:51 12:59
112 MAS AHMAD ZAMRI MOHD ZULHILMIE AFIF MAS 3:36:51 12:59
113 MAS AZIZ MOHD SAIFUL ANUAR TSG 3:36:51 12:59
114 IRI SAEIDI TANHA ABBAS AZC 3:36:51 12:59
115 MAS ZAINAL MOHD NUR RIZUAN MAS 3:36:51 12:59
116 KOR KANG SUNG JUN KOR 3:36:51 12:59
117 ITA CALLEGARIN DANIELE TT1 3:36:51 12:59
118 KOR YEON JE SUNG KSP 3:37:58 14:06

WITHDRAWALS
1) Mahdi Olamaei (Azad University Cross Team) DNF

GENERAL CLASSIFICATION AFTER STAGE THREE

PLACE NAT SURNAME, NAME TEAM TIME GAP
1 KOR JANG CHAN JAE TSG 9:16:52
2 USA CANDELARIO ALEXANDER OPT 9:16:57 00:05
3 IRL MCCANN DAVID RTS 9:17:01 00:09
4 ARG RICHEZE MAURO ABEL PPO 9:17:27 00:35
5 USA HUFF  CHARLES JBC 9:17:31 00:39
6 USA HANSON KEN OPT 9:17:31 00:39
7 ARG RICHEZE MAXIMILIANO PPO 9:17:33 00:41
8 KOR JEONG CHEUNG GYO GGC 9:17:35 00:43
9 KOR SEO JOON YONG SCT 9:17:37 00:45
10 KOR PARK KYOUNG HO SCT 9:17:37 00:45
11 KOR PARK SUNG BAEK KSP 9:17:37 00:45
12 GBR DOWNING DEAN RCS 9:17:37 00:45
13 AUS SHAW PATRICK GEN 9:17:37 00:45
14 NED VAN DER VELDE RICARDO JBC 9:17:37 00:45
15 USA ANTHONY JESSE OPT 9:17:37 00:45
16 IRI SHIRISISAN HAMID UST 9:17:37 00:45
17 HKG KWOK HO TING HKG 9:17:37 00:45
18 KOR PARK KEON WOO KOR 9:17:37 00:45
19 UKR MARTYNENKO OLEKSANDR ISD 9:17:37 00:45
20 AUS CRAWFORD JAI RTS 9:17:37 00:45
21 RUS SEREBRAYAKOV ALEXANDER TT1 9:17:37 00:45
22 UKR AGARKOV YURIY ISD 9:17:37 00:45
23 AUS LANG RICHARD RCS 9:17:37 00:45
24 USA ORONTE EMERSON JBC 9:17:37 00:45
25 AUS KEMPS AARON CSS 9:17:37 00:45
26 HKG CHEUNG KING LOK HKG 9:17:37 00:45
27 GER EDMULLER BENJAMIN KTM 9:17:37 00:45
28 RUS KHATUNTSEV ALEXANDER RVL 9:17:37 00:45
29 KOR SHIN DONG HYUN KSP 9:17:37 00:45
30 GBR RODGERS LEE RTS 9:17:37 00:45
31 GBR HOUSE KRISTIAN RCS 9:17:37 00:45
32 MAS MAT SENAN MOHAMMAD SAUFI TSG 9:17:37 00:45
33 HKG WONG KAM PO HKG 9:17:37 00:45
34 KOR JUNG JI MIN KSP 9:17:37 00:45
35 HKG CHEUNG KING WAI HKG 9:17:37 00:45
36 KOR CHOE HYEONG MIN GGC 9:17:37 00:45
37 IRI GHAREHBAGHIPOURI MOHAMMAD UST 9:17:37 00:45
38 UZB HALMURATOV MURADJAN UST 9:17:37 00:45
39 KGZ WACKER EUGEN UST 9:17:37 00:45
40 AUS ROBINSON TOM GEN 9:17:37 00:45
41 MAS MAZUKI NUR AMIRULL FAKHRUDDIN TSG 9:17:37 00:45
42 GBR HANDLEY RICHARD RCS 9:17:37 00:45
43 MAS MISBAH MUHAMMAD RAUF NUR MAS 9:17:37 00:45
44 IRI HAGHI ALIREZA AZC 9:17:37 00:45
45 AUS CALABRIA FABIO TT1 9:17:37 00:45
46 NZL GOUGH WESTLEY SUB 9:17:37 00:45
47 UKR KARNULIN DENYS ISD 9:17:37 00:45
48 GBR COUTTS ALEX RTS 9:17:37 00:45
49 CZE KRATOCHVILA JAKUB KTM 9:17:37 00:45
50 RSA JENNINGS CHRISTOPHER RCS 9:17:37 00:45
51 GBR CUMING MICHAEL RCS 9:17:37 00:45
52 NZL LATHAM PETER SUB 9:17:37 00:45
53 AUS MARWOOD KYLE GEN 9:17:37 00:45
54 KOR CHOI SEUNG WOO KOR 9:17:37 00:45
55 KOR KANG SUK HO SCT 9:17:37 00:45
56 UKR POPKOV VITALIY ISD 9:17:37 00:45
57 SUI BOILLAT JORIS CSS 9:17:37 00:45
58 USA FRIEDMAN MICHAEL OPT 9:17:37 00:45
59 NZL ODLIN PAUL SUB 9:17:37 00:45
60 KOR GONG HYO SUK GGC 9:17:37 00:45
61 USA POWERS JEREMY JBC 9:17:37 00:45
62 AUS DYBALL BEN GEN 9:17:37 00:45
63 KOR JANG KYUNG GU KTM 9:17:37 00:45
64 KOR YOUM JUNG HWAN SCT 9:17:37 00:45
65 RUS ARGUELYES RODRIGES RVL 9:17:37 00:45
66 JPN UCHIMA KOHEI PPO 9:17:37 00:45
67 NZL GORTER MATT SUB 9:17:37 00:45
68 HKG YEUNG YING HON HKG 9:17:37 00:45
69 AUT STADLER STEFAN KTM 9:17:37 00:45
70 KOR OH SE YONG GGC 9:17:37 00:45
71 KOR YOO  KI HONG GGC 9:17:37 00:45
72 HKG CHOI KI HO HKG 9:17:37 00:45
73 JPN KOMORI RYOHEI PPO 9:17:37 00:45
74 KOR LEE SEUNG KWON SCT 9:17:53 01:01
75 SLO ILESIC ALDO INO TT1 9:17:57 01:05
76 USA HAGMAN ALEXANDER JBC 9:17:57 01:05
77 USA SOLADAY THOMAS OPT 9:19:02 02:10
78 KOR JANG SUN JAE KOR 9:19:11 02:19
79 JPN SANO JUNYA PPO 9:19:29 02:37
80 NZL HORGAN SAM SUB 9:20:41 03:49
81 KOR KIM DO HYOUNG TSG 9:25:42 08:50
82 USA SHERER MICHAEL OPT 9:27:42 10:50
83 KOR KIM JUN BIN SCT 9:28:34 11:42
84 KOR PARK SEON HO KTM 9:29:05 12:13
85 KOR LEE KI JU KSP 9:29:07 12:15
86 RUS KRASNOV LEONID RVL 9:29:08 12:16
87 UKR PAKHTUSOV ANATOLIY ISD 9:29:09 12:17
88 ESP CELIS ZABALA VIDAL AZC 9:29:09 12:17
89 AUS CARVER ALEX GEN 9:29:09 12:17
90 HKG WU KINSAN CSS 9:29:09 12:17
91 MAS AMAD LUTFI MOHD FAUZAN MAS 9:29:09 12:17
92 KOR KWON SOON YEONG KSP 9:29:09 12:17
93 KOR IM JAE YEON KOR 9:29:09 12:17
94 CAN HAMILTON NIC JBC 9:29:09 12:17
95 AUS RIGG JASON GEN 9:29:09 12:17
96 RUS VALYNIN VALERY RVL 9:29:09 12:17
97 CHN LIU BIAO CSS 9:29:09 12:17
98 IRI PASBAN KHAJEH HAMED UST 9:29:09 12:17
99 MAS HASSAN SUHARDI MAS 9:30:16 13:24
100 KOR KANG SUNG JUN KOR 9:30:36 13:44
101 ROU PRIA LARS KTM 9:30:36 13:44
102 MAS ZAINAL MOHD NUR RIZUAN MAS 9:30:36 13:44
103 MAS SALEH MOHD ZAMRI TSG 9:30:36 13:44
104 MAS AZIZ MOHD SAIFUL ANUAR TSG 9:30:36 13:44
105 EST KIRSIPUU JAAN CSS 9:30:36 13:44
106 IRI SAEIDI TANHA ABBAS AZC 9:30:36 13:44
107 UKR BAKUMENKO VLADYSLAV ISD 9:30:36 13:44
108 KOR IM CHAE BIN KOR 9:30:54 14:02
109 ITA CALLEGARIN DANIELE TT1 9:30:56 14:04
110 USA ELDRIDGE JOE TT1 9:30:56 14:04
111 KOR YEON JE SUNG KSP 9:33:22 16:30
112 IRI SALEHIAN FARSHAD AZC 9:35:16 18:24
113 NZL LOVEGROVE NICK SUB 9:35:35 18:43
114 MAS ABDULLAH MUHAMMAD KHAIRUL AZIZI MAS 9:38:32 21:40
115 CHN JIANG KUN CSS 9:42:15 25:23
116 KOR BANG JAE HYUN GGC 9:42:15 25:23
117 MAS AHMAD ZAMRI MOHD ZULHILMIE AFIF MAS 9:43:42 26:50
118 IRL IRVINE MARTYN RTS 9:52:00 35:08

YOUNG RIDER CLASSIFICATION AFTER STAGE THREE

PLACE NAT SURNAME, NAME TEAM TIME GAP
1 KOR PARK KYOUNG HO SCT 9:17:37
2 KOR PARK KEON WOO KOR 9:17:37 00:00
3 USA ORONTE EMERSON JBC 9:17:37 00:00
4 HKG CHEUNG KING LOK HKG 9:17:37 00:00
5 KOR SHIN DONG HYUN KSP 9:17:37 00:00
6 MAS MAT SENAN MOHAMMAD SAUFI TSG 9:17:37 00:00
7 KOR JUNG JI MIN KSP 9:17:37 00:00
8 KOR CHOE HYEONG MIN GGC 9:17:37 00:00
9 MAS MAZUKI NUR AMIRULL FAKHRUDDIN TSG 9:17:37 00:00
10 GBR HANDLEY RICHARD RCS 9:17:37 00:00
11 UKR KARNULIN DENYS ISD 9:17:37 00:00
12 RSA JENNINGS CHRISTOPHER RCS 9:17:37 00:00
13 GBR CUMING MICHAEL RCS 9:17:37 00:00
14 KOR KANG SUK HO SCT 9:17:37 00:00
15 KOR JANG KYUNG GU KTM 9:17:37 00:00
16 HKG CHOI KI HO HKG 9:17:37 00:00
17 KOR LEE SEUNG KWON SCT 9:17:53 00:16
18 KOR KIM JUN BIN SCT 9:28:34 10:57
19 KOR LEE KI JU KSP 9:29:07 11:30
20 AUS CARVER ALEX GEN 9:29:09 11:32
21 KOR KWON SOON YEONG KSP 9:29:09 11:32
22 KOR IM JAE YEON KOR 9:29:09 11:32
23 KOR KANG SUNG JUN KOR 9:30:36 12:59
24 UKR BAKUMENKO VLADYSLAV ISD 9:30:36 12:59
25 KOR IM CHAE BIN KOR 9:30:54 13:17
26 MAS ABDULLAH MUHAMMAD KHAIRUL AZIZI MAS 9:38:32 20:55
27 KOR BANG JAE HYUN GGC 9:42:15 24:38
28 MAS AHMAD ZAMRI MOHD ZULHILMIE AFIF MAS 9:43:42 26:05

POINTS CLASSIFICATION AFTER STAGE THREE (Top 3)
1) Sunjae Jang (Korea National Team) 10pts
2) Cheung Gyo Jeong (Geumsan Ginseng Cello) 3pts
3) Kijoo Lee (KSPO) 3pts

KING OF THE MOUNTAINS CLASSIFICATION AFTER STAGE THREE (Top 3)
1) Sungbaek Park (KSPO) 4pts
2) Kyung Gu Jang (Arbö Gebrüder Weiss-Orberndorfer) 4pts
3) Chan Jae Jang (Terengganu Cycling Team) 3pts
3) Hyosuk Ging (Geumsan Ginseng Cello) 2pts

TEAMS CLASSIFICATION AFTER STAGE THREE (Top 3)
1) Terengganu Cycling Team
2) RTS Racing Team
3) KSPO

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