Pro Cycling

2012 Tour de Korea | Stage 7: Yeongju – Chungju

When general classification leader Sung Baek Park came forward to pull on a fresh yellow jersey at the end of today’s seventh Tour de Korea stage, it was the first time all day the KSPO rider had been visible for any significant period of time. One team manager called it “the most disgraceful example of stage racing by a yellow jersey that I have ever seen”.

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Park was invisible for most of the 138km queen stage from Yeongju to Chungju; except for the final 300 metres, in which he tustled amongst the front to secure tenth place. Park’s passive presence was a complete contrast to his courageous breakaway effort yesterday, which saw him convincingly take yellow from compatriot Chang Jae Jang (Terengganu Cycling Team). By comparison, Park’s nearest rivals, Alexander Candelario (2nd on GC; Team Optum presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies) and points classification leader Maximiliano Richeze (3rd on GC; Team Nippo) were active all day, with Richeze being especially vigilant; seizing a 3” time bonus in the intermediate sprint, 42 kilometers into the stage.

Rapha Condor-Sharp’s Kristian House is surely the rider most entitled to begrudge Park his reprieve from the bunch’s attention. The British rider was a constant factor at the head of the race, but finished the stage with little to show from it; apart from the crumbs that remained after three fellow escapees – Denys Karnulin (ISD-Lampre), Seung Kwon Lee (Seoul Cycling Team) and Seon Ho Park (Arbö Gebrüder Weiss-Oberndorfer) – rode his wheel all the way to the top of the first KOM summit at 76.4 kilometers, then came around him at the last possible minute to take the most meaningful points.

House started the 5.6-kilometer climb with six other riders – Karnulin, Lee, Park, King Wai Cheung (Hong Kong National Team), Kun Jiang (Champion System Pro Cycling Team) and Michael Friedman (Team Optum presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies) – but managed to open up a 300-400m gap by the time he reached the bottom of the descent.

Veering right onto a wide, rolling, motorway section, House continued to power ahead, splintering the 30 riders that had rejoined off the KOM summit earlier. Only Jesse Anthony (Team Optum presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies), Hyo Suk Cheo (Geumsan Ginseng Cello), King Lok Cheung (Hong Kong National Team) and Anatoliy Pakhtusov (ISD-Lampre) were strong enough to catch House over two kilometres of slightly-uphill road. The five men cooperated adequately, reaching the second KOM at 98.1 kilometres with a 1’35” advantage over the peloton. In the main field, Park sat at the very back.

House was better supported by his breakaway companions on the second KOM, with Cheo gaining maximum points to move into third on the overall climber’s classification. With the last 40 kilometres into Chungju dropping 500 metres in elevation, it seemed unlikely House’s small break could resist the urgency of the fragmenting bunch behind. RTS Racing’s Jai Crawford and Mohammad Gharehbaghipouri (Uzbekistan Suren Team) did their best to bridge to the lead group, but only came within 40” before being swept up by the peloton, which had also swallowed a 17-man break enroute.

Progressively, the House group’s lead fell. At 30 kilometres to go, the six leaders had a time gap of 1’15”, but this gap halved with every additional ten kilometers traveled; with only 6.7 kilometres remaining, the peloton made contact. As House made his way back to the team hotel empty-handed – having finished 31st in the bunch sprint – Sung Baek Park waited at Chungju’s World Martial Arts Park to receive his yellow jersey; arguably the freshest-looking of the classification leaders atop the winners podium.

POST-STAGE

Alexander Candelario (Team Optum presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies) 5th in stage 7; 2nd on General Classification
“In the last 500 metres, we (Team Optum) had (Ken) Hanson and (Michael) Friedman doing the leadout. We were a little far behind on the left-hand side and obviously it was a bit chaotic. Friedman passed most of the guys then Team Type 1 hit out with about 300m to go. Hanson went, as the idea was he would lead me out for a time bonus, but we mis-timed it and got the stage win.

Jelly Belly Cycling probably did 95% of the work to catch the five leaders and Nippo had a couple of guys up there too. The yellow jersey did absolutely no work at the front; he pretty much did no work all day. He rode fairly strong on the climbs, but in between that and on the flats he was at the back.

The Kong Kong National Team rode the second climb pretty much up front, and the Geumsan Ginseng Cello guys seemed to attack (Park), but they also set a tempo; seeming quite happy riding to be on the front of the first climb. On the way down, it was all Jelly Belly, Champion System and Nippo.

Obviously, everyone is so close on GC that they think they can get a time bonus and take the jersey; but it’s very interesting that people seem so prepared to help the (current) yellow jersey out. You would think teams that are strong enough would try to create a racing dynamic that would pare it down, then use that to create an advantage. It’s pretty incredible. I don’t think you can do any other race anywhere in the world were you don’t do any work and still retain the yellow jersey.

At this point, tomorrow’s stage probably favours the Nippo guys. Maximiliano (Richeze, 3rd on GC) is a very fast sprinter and he‘s within a few seconds of me, so it’s going to be a difficult situation for us to beat him in a time bonus. I need a harder stage; I’m fast, but I’m not a pure sprinter. We have a great lead-out strategy, so hopefully we can time it a little better tomorrow and pick up that extra six seconds or so.

The chances of getting a break and staying away tomorrow are pretty minimal. Everything goes back to that cancelled stage (four); because of that, the GC is going to be all about time bonuses. It’s unfortunate, but that’s the way it goes.”

STAGE 7 RESULTS

PLACE NAT SURNAME, NAME TEAM TIME GAP
1 USA HANSON KEN OPT 3:11:17 43.29km/hr
2 RUS SEREBRAYAKOV ALEXANDER TT1 3:11:17 00:00
3 AUS KEMPS AARON CSS 3:11:17 00:00
4 USA CANDELARIO ALEXANDER OPT 3:11:17 00:00
5 KOR JEONG CHEUNG GYO GGC 3:11:17 00:00
6 SLO ILESIC ALDO INO TT1 3:11:17 00:00
7 RUS KRASNOV LEONID RVL 3:11:17 00:00
8 USA HUFF  CHARLES JBC 3:11:17 00:00
9 KOR PARK SUNG BAEK KSP 3:11:17 00:00
10 KOR JANG CHAN JAE TSG 3:11:17 00:00
11 AUS SHAW PATRICK GEN 3:11:17 00:00
12 ARG RICHEZE MAURO ABEL PPO 3:11:17 00:00
13 MAS ZAINAL MOHD NUR RIZUAN MAS 3:11:17 00:00
14 KOR SEO JOON YONG SCT 3:11:17 00:00
15 UKR MARTYNENKO OLEKSANDR ISD 3:11:17 00:00
16 KOR SHIN DONG HYUN KSP 3:11:17 00:00
17 HKG KWOK HO TING HKG 3:11:17 00:00
18 NZL ODLIN PAUL SUB 3:11:17 00:00
19 KOR JANG SUN JAE KOR 3:11:17 00:00
20 GBR CUMING MICHAEL RCS 3:11:17 00:00
21 AUS LANG RICHARD RCS 3:11:17 00:00
22 KOR PARK KEON WOO KOR 3:11:17 00:00
23 CZE KRATOCHVILA JAKUB KTM 3:11:17 00:00
24 KOR JANG KYUNG GU KTM 3:11:17 00:00
25 GBR DOWNING DEAN RCS 3:11:17 00:00
26 KOR JUNG JI MIN KSP 3:11:17 00:00
27 UKR KARNULIN DENYS ISD 3:11:17 00:00
28 AUS CRAWFORD JAI RTS 3:11:17 00:00
29 USA FRIEDMAN MICHAEL OPT 3:11:17 00:00
30 IRI HAGHI ALIREZA AZC 3:11:17 00:00
31 GBR HOUSE KRISTIAN RCS 3:11:17 00:00
32 IRI GHAREHBAGHIPOURI MOHAMMAD UST 3:11:17 00:00
33 KGZ WACKER EUGEN UST 3:11:17 00:00
34 KOR LEE SEUNG KWON SCT 3:11:17 00:00
35 HKG CHEUNG KING LOK HKG 3:11:17 00:00
36 HKG YEUNG YING HON HKG 3:11:17 00:00
37 NED VAN DER VELDE RICARDO JBC 3:11:17 00:00
38 RUS KHATUNTSEV ALEXANDER RVL 3:11:17 00:00
39 GER EDMULLER BENJAMIN KTM 3:11:17 00:00
40 RUS ARGUELYES RODRIGES RVL 3:11:17 00:00
41 MAS MAZUKI NUR AMIRULL FAKHRUDDIN TSG 3:11:17 00:00
42 USA ANTHONY JESSE OPT 3:11:17 00:00
43 AUS CALABRIA FABIO TT1 3:11:17 00:00
44 UZB HALMURATOV MURADJAN UST 3:11:17 00:00
45 RSA JENNINGS CHRISTOPHER RCS 3:11:17 00:00
46 HKG WONG KAM PO HKG 3:11:17 00:00
47 KOR KIM DO HYOUNG TSG 3:11:17 00:00
48 NZL HORGAN SAM SUB 3:11:17 00:00
49 NZL LATHAM PETER SUB 3:11:17 00:00
50 AUS DYBALL BEN GEN 3:11:17 00:00
51 GBR COUTTS ALEX RTS 3:11:17 00:00
52 IRI SALEHIAN FARSHAD AZC 3:11:17 00:00
53 KOR OH SE YONG GGC 3:11:17 00:00
54 CHN JIANG KUN CSS 3:11:17 00:00
55 AUS ROBINSON TOM GEN 3:11:17 00:00
56 KOR KWON SOON YEONG KSP 3:11:17 00:00
57 GBR HANDLEY RICHARD RCS 3:11:17 00:00
58 NZL GOUGH WESTLEY SUB 3:11:17 00:00
59 JPN UCHIMA KOHEI PPO 3:11:17 00:00
60 HKG CHOI KI HO HKG 3:11:17 00:00
61 RUS VALYNIN VALERY RVL 3:11:17 00:00
62 KOR YOUM JUNG HWAN SCT 3:11:17 00:00
63 KOR YOO  KI HONG GGC 3:11:17 00:00
64 HKG WU KINSAN CSS 3:11:17 00:00
65 ARG RICHEZE MAXIMILIANO PPO 3:11:17 00:00
66 GBR RODGERS LEE RTS 3:11:28 00:11
67 JPN KOMORI RYOHEI PPO 3:11:28 00:11
68 AUT STADLER STEFAN KTM 3:11:28 00:11
69 IRI PASBAN KHAJEH HAMED UST 3:11:28 00:11
70 USA ORONTE EMERSON JBC 3:11:28 00:11
71 KOR GONG HYO SUK GGC 3:11:28 00:11
72 JPN SANO JUNYA PPO 3:11:28 00:11
73 KOR CHOE HYEONG MIN GGC 3:11:28 00:11
74 KOR CHOI SEUNG WOO KOR 3:11:34 00:17
75 SUI BOILLAT JORIS CSS 3:11:34 00:17
76 UKR BAKUMENKO VLADYSLAV ISD 3:11:37 00:20
77 UKR PAKHTUSOV ANATOLIY ISD 3:11:37 00:20
78 CAN HAMILTON NIC JBC 3:11:40 00:23
79 USA POWERS JEREMY JBC 3:11:40 00:23
80 USA HAGMAN ALEXANDER JBC 3:11:40 00:23
81 MAS ABDULLAH MUHAMMAD KHAIRUL AZIZI MAS 3:18:30 07:13
82 MAS MAT SENAN MOHAMMAD SAUFI TSG 3:19:24 08:07
83 USA SHERER MICHAEL OPT 3:19:24 08:07
84 HKG CHEUNG KING WAI HKG 3:19:24 08:07
85 KOR KANG SUK HO SCT 3:21:36 10:19
86 USA SOLADAY THOMAS OPT 3:21:36 10:19
87 KOR PARK SEON HO KTM 3:21:39 10:22
88 KOR IM JAE YEON KOR 3:22:21 11:04
89 KOR KANG SUNG JUN KOR 3:22:21 11:04
90 KOR KIM JUN BIN SCT 3:22:21 11:04
91 KOR BANG JAE HYUN GGC 3:22:21 11:04
92 IRL IRVINE MARTYN RTS 3:22:21 11:04
93 MAS HASSAN SUHARDI MAS 3:22:25 11:08
94 ROU PRIA LARS KTM 3:22:25 11:08
95 KOR IM CHAE BIN KOR 3:22:25 11:08
96 IRI SHIRISISAN HAMID UST 3:22:25 11:08
97 CHN LIU BIAO CSS 3:22:25 11:08
98 KOR PARK KYOUNG HO SCT 3:22:25 11:08
99 AUS RIGG JASON GEN 3:22:25 11:08
100 MAS SALEH MOHD ZAMRI TSG 3:22:25 11:08
101 NZL GORTER MATT SUB 3:22:25 11:08
102 MAS MISBAH MUHAMMAD RAUF NUR MAS 3:22:25 11:08
103 UKR POPKOV VITALIY ISD 3:22:25 11:08
104 USA ELDRIDGE JOE TT1 3:22:25 11:08
105 AUS CARVER ALEX GEN 3:22:25 11:08
106 NZL LOVEGROVE NICK SUB 3:22:25 11:08
107 IRI SAEIDI TANHA ABBAS AZC 3:22:25 11:08
108 EST KIRSIPUU JAAN CSS 3:22:25 11:08
109 KOR LEE KI JU KSP 3:22:30 11:13

GENERAL CLASSIFICATION AFTER STAGE THREE

PLACE NAT SURNAME, NAME TEAM TIME GAP
1 KOR PARK SUNG BAEK KSP 20:07:49
2 USA CANDELARIO ALEXANDER OPT 20:07:52 00:03
3 ARG RICHEZE MAXIMILIANO PPO 20:07:53 00:04
4 KOR JANG KYUNG GU KTM 20:07:56 00:07
5 AUS KEMPS AARON CSS 20:08:04 00:15
6 USA HUFF  CHARLES JBC 20:08:07 00:18
7 KOR PARK KEON WOO KOR 20:08:08 00:19
8 RUS KHATUNTSEV ALEXANDER RVL 20:08:10 00:21
9 KOR SEO JOON YONG SCT 20:08:11 00:22
10 AUS SHAW PATRICK GEN 20:08:12 00:23
11 HKG KWOK HO TING HKG 20:08:12 00:23
12 IRI GHAREHBAGHIPOURI MOHAMMAD UST 20:08:12 00:23
13 AUS LANG RICHARD RCS 20:08:12 00:23
14 USA ANTHONY JESSE OPT 20:08:12 00:23
15 KGZ WACKER EUGEN UST 20:08:12 00:23
16 HKG CHEUNG KING LOK HKG 20:08:12 00:23
17 UKR KARNULIN DENYS ISD 20:08:12 00:23
18 CZE KRATOCHVILA JAKUB KTM 20:08:12 00:23
19 NZL ODLIN PAUL SUB 20:08:12 00:23
20 AUS CRAWFORD JAI RTS 20:08:12 00:23
21 GBR HOUSE KRISTIAN RCS 20:08:12 00:23
22 UZB HALMURATOV MURADJAN UST 20:08:12 00:23
23 AUS CALABRIA FABIO TT1 20:08:12 00:23
24 GBR COUTTS ALEX RTS 20:08:12 00:23
25 USA FRIEDMAN MICHAEL OPT 20:08:12 00:23
26 KOR YOUM JUNG HWAN SCT 20:08:12 00:23
27 HKG YEUNG YING HON HKG 20:08:12 00:23
28 KOR OH SE YONG GGC 20:08:12 00:23
29 HKG CHOI KI HO HKG 20:08:12 00:23
30 RUS SEREBRAYAKOV ALEXANDER TT1 20:08:14 00:25
31 KOR GONG HYO SUK GGC 20:08:23 00:34
32 KOR JEONG CHEUNG GYO GGC 20:08:28 00:39
33 KOR LEE SEUNG KWON SCT 20:08:28 00:39
34 SLO ILESIC ALDO INO TT1 20:08:32 00:43
35 NED VAN DER VELDE RICARDO JBC 20:08:32 00:43
36 GER EDMULLER BENJAMIN KTM 20:08:32 00:43
37 IRI HAGHI ALIREZA AZC 20:08:32 00:43
38 USA POWERS JEREMY JBC 20:08:55 01:06
39 KOR JANG CHAN JAE TSG 20:09:10 01:21
40 ARG RICHEZE MAURO ABEL PPO 20:09:45 01:56
41 GBR CUMING MICHAEL RCS 20:09:55 02:06
42 AUS DYBALL BEN GEN 20:09:55 02:06
43 JPN UCHIMA KOHEI PPO 20:09:55 02:06
44 KOR YOO  KI HONG GGC 20:09:55 02:06
45 KOR CHOE HYEONG MIN GGC 20:10:06 02:17
46 KOR JANG SUN JAE KOR 20:10:06 02:17
47 USA HANSON KEN OPT 20:10:09 02:20
48 GBR DOWNING DEAN RCS 20:10:25 02:36
49 KOR SHIN DONG HYUN KSP 20:10:25 02:36
50 KOR JUNG JI MIN KSP 20:10:25 02:36
51 UKR MARTYNENKO OLEKSANDR ISD 20:10:25 02:36
52 MAS MAZUKI NUR AMIRULL FAKHRUDDIN TSG 20:10:25 02:36
53 HKG WONG KAM PO HKG 20:10:25 02:36
54 RSA JENNINGS CHRISTOPHER RCS 20:10:25 02:36
55 GBR HANDLEY RICHARD RCS 20:10:25 02:36
56 NZL GOUGH WESTLEY SUB 20:10:25 02:36
57 RUS ARGUELYES RODRIGES RVL 20:10:25 02:36
58 NZL LATHAM PETER SUB 20:10:25 02:36
59 AUS ROBINSON TOM GEN 20:10:25 02:36
60 JPN SANO JUNYA PPO 20:10:35 02:46
61 USA ORONTE EMERSON JBC 20:10:36 02:47
62 GBR RODGERS LEE RTS 20:10:36 02:47
63 AUT STADLER STEFAN KTM 20:10:36 02:47
64 JPN KOMORI RYOHEI PPO 20:10:36 02:47
65 SUI BOILLAT JORIS CSS 20:10:42 02:53
66 KOR CHOI SEUNG WOO KOR 20:10:42 02:53
67 USA HAGMAN ALEXANDER JBC 20:11:08 03:19
68 NZL HORGAN SAM SUB 20:13:29 05:40
69 KOR KIM DO HYOUNG TSG 20:18:30 10:41
70 HKG CHEUNG KING WAI HKG 20:18:32 10:43
71 MAS MAT SENAN MOHAMMAD SAUFI TSG 20:18:32 10:43
72 UKR POPKOV VITALIY ISD 20:19:40 11:51
73 KOR KWON SOON YEONG KSP 20:19:44 11:55
74 RUS KRASNOV LEONID RVL 20:20:03 12:14
75 UKR PAKHTUSOV ANATOLIY ISD 20:20:04 12:15
76 USA SOLADAY THOMAS OPT 20:20:16 12:27
77 KOR KANG SUK HO SCT 20:20:44 12:55
78 RUS VALYNIN VALERY RVL 20:21:27 13:38
79 KOR PARK KYOUNG HO SCT 20:21:33 13:44
80 IRI SHIRISISAN HAMID UST 20:21:33 13:44
81 MAS MISBAH MUHAMMAD RAUF NUR MAS 20:21:33 13:44
82 NZL GORTER MATT SUB 20:21:33 13:44
83 CAN HAMILTON NIC JBC 20:21:50 14:01
84 HKG WU KINSAN CSS 20:21:57 14:08
85 IRI PASBAN KHAJEH HAMED UST 20:22:08 14:19
86 MAS ZAINAL MOHD NUR RIZUAN MAS 20:23:24 15:35
87 UKR BAKUMENKO VLADYSLAV ISD 20:23:44 15:55
88 IRI SALEHIAN FARSHAD AZC 20:25:51 18:02
89 USA SHERER MICHAEL OPT 20:28:37 20:48
90 KOR IM JAE YEON KOR 20:31:08 23:19
91 KOR KIM JUN BIN SCT 20:32:26 24:37
92 EST KIRSIPUU JAAN CSS 20:32:39 24:50
93 IRI SAEIDI TANHA ABBAS AZC 20:32:39 24:50
94 CHN LIU BIAO CSS 20:33:05 25:16
95 AUS RIGG JASON GEN 20:33:05 25:16
96 KOR LEE KI JU KSP 20:33:07 25:18
97 KOR PARK SEON HO KTM 20:33:17 25:28
98 MAS HASSAN SUHARDI MAS 20:34:12 26:23
99 KOR KANG SUNG JUN KOR 20:34:28 26:39
100 ROU PRIA LARS KTM 20:34:32 26:43
101 MAS SALEH MOHD ZAMRI TSG 20:34:32 26:43
102 KOR IM CHAE BIN KOR 20:34:50 27:01
103 CHN JIANG KUN CSS 20:35:03 27:14
104 USA ELDRIDGE JOE TT1 20:36:52 29:03
105 MAS ABDULLAH MUHAMMAD KHAIRUL AZIZI MAS 20:38:33 30:44
106 AUS CARVER ALEX GEN 20:40:46 32:57
107 NZL LOVEGROVE NICK SUB 20:41:31 33:42
108 KOR BANG JAE HYUN GGC 20:46:07 38:18
109 IRL IRVINE MARTYN RTS 20:55:52 48:03

YOUNG RIDER CLASSIFICATION AFTER STAGE THREE

PLACE NAT SURNAME, NAME TEAM TIME GAP
1 KOR JANG KYUNG GU KTM 20:07:56
2 KOR PARK KEON WOO KOR 20:08:08 00:12
3 HKG CHEUNG KING LOK HKG 20:08:12 00:16
4 UKR KARNULIN DENYS ISD 20:08:12 00:16
5 HKG CHOI KI HO HKG 20:08:12 00:16
6 KOR LEE SEUNG KWON SCT 20:08:28 00:32
7 GBR CUMING MICHAEL RCS 20:09:55 01:59
8 KOR CHOE HYEONG MIN GGC 20:10:06 02:10
9 KOR SHIN DONG HYUN KSP 20:10:25 02:29
10 KOR JUNG JI MIN KSP 20:10:25 02:29
11 MAS MAZUKI NUR AMIRULL FAKHRUDDIN TSG 20:10:25 02:29
12 RSA JENNINGS CHRISTOPHER RCS 20:10:25 02:29
13 GBR HANDLEY RICHARD RCS 20:10:25 02:29
14 USA ORONTE EMERSON JBC 20:10:36 02:40
15 MAS MAT SENAN MOHAMMAD SAUFI TSG 20:18:32 10:36
16 KOR KWON SOON YEONG KSP 20:19:44 11:48
17 KOR KANG SUK HO SCT 20:20:44 12:48
18 KOR PARK KYOUNG HO SCT 20:21:33 13:37
19 UKR BAKUMENKO VLADYSLAV ISD 20:23:44 15:48
20 KOR IM JAE YEON KOR 20:31:08 23:12
21 KOR KIM JUN BIN SCT 20:32:26 24:30
22 KOR LEE KI JU KSP 20:33:07 25:11
23 KOR KANG SUNG JUN KOR 20:34:28 26:32
24 KOR IM CHAE BIN KOR 20:34:50 26:54
25 MAS ABDULLAH MUHAMMAD KHAIRUL AZIZI MAS 20:38:33 30:37
26 AUS CARVER ALEX GEN 20:40:46 32:50
27 KOR BANG JAE HYUN GGC 20:46:07 38:11

POINTS CLASSIFICATION AFTER STAGE SEVEN (Top 3)
1) Maximiliana Richeze (Team Nippo) 16pts
2) Sunjae Jang (Korea National Team) 10pts
3) Cheung Gyo Jeong (Geumsan Ginseng Cello) 7pts

KING OF THE MOUNTAINS CLASSIFICATION AFTER STAGE SEVEN (Top 3)
1) Sungbaek Park (KSPO) 12pts
2) Denys Karnulin (ISD-Lampre Continental) 11pts
3) Hyeong Min Choe (Geumsan Ginseng Cello) 10pts

TEAMS CLASSIFICATION AFTER STAGE SEVEN (Top 3)
1) Team Optum presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies
2) Uzbekistan Suren Team
3) Seoul Cycling Team

ASIA TEAMS CLASSIFICATION AFTER STAGE SEVEN (Top 3)
1) Uzbekistan Suren Team
2) Seoul Cycling Team
3) Hong Kong National Team

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