2004 Tour de Langkawi

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2004 Tour de Langkawi
Race details
Dates6–15 February 2004
Stages10
Distance1,242.9 km (772.3 mi)
Winning time28h 52' 52"
Results
Jersey yellow.svg WinnerFlag of Colombia.svg  Fredy González  (COL) (Colombia–Selle Italia)
  SecondFlag of South Africa.svg  Ryan Cox  (RSA) (Barloworld)
  ThirdFlag of Belgium (civil).svg  Dave Bruylandts  (BEL) (Chocolade Jacques-Wincor Nixdorf)

Jersey blue.svg PointsFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Gordon Fraser  (CAN) (Health Net–Maxxis)
Jersey red.svg MountainsFlag of Colombia.svg  Ruber Marín  (COL) (Colombia–Selle Italia)
  Team Barloworld
  2003
2005  

The 2004 Tour de Langkawi was the 9th edition of the Tour de Langkawi, a cycling stage race that took place in Malaysia. It began on 6 February in Bayan Baru and ended on 15 February in Merdeka Square, Kuala Lumpur. In fact, this race was rated by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) as a 2.2 category race. [1] [2] [3]

Contents

Fredy González of Colombia won the race, followed by Ryan Cox of South Africa second and Dave Bruylandts of Belgium third. Gordon Fraser of Australia won the points classification category and Ruber Marín of Colombia won the mountains classification category. Barloworld won the team classification category. [1] [2] [3]

Stages

The cyclists competed in 12 stages, covering a distance of 1,242.9 kilometres. [1] [2] [3]

StageDateCourseDistanceStage result
WinnerSecondThird
16 February Bayan Baru to Taiping 112 km (69.6 mi)Due to the traffic conditions in the final lap, the College of Commissaires and the Race Organiser had been decided that stage 1 was neutralised. Points and bonuses for stage 1 had been withdrawn. [4]
27 February Ipoh to Tanah Rata 151.6 km (94.2 mi)Flag of Colombia.svg  Marlon Pérez Arango  (COL)Flag of Colombia.svg  Fredy González  (COL)Flag of South Africa.svg  Ryan Cox  (RSA)
38 February Tapah to Raub 171.2 km (106.4 mi)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Brett Lancaster  (AUS)Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Gordon Fraser  (CAN)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Gert Vanderaerden  (BEL)
49 February Ulu Klang to Tampin 147.8 km (91.8 mi)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Sean Sullivan  (AUS)Flag of Italy.svg  Devis Miorin  (ITA)Flag of the United States.svg  Michael Sayers  (USA)
510 February Malacca Individual time trial18 km (11.2 mi)Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Eric Wohlberg  (CAN)Flag of Colombia.svg  Marlon Pérez Arango  (COL)Flag of the United States.svg  John Lieswyn  (USA)
611 February Muar to Johor Bahru 175.2 km (108.9 mi)Flag of Italy.svg  Ivan Quaranta  (ITA)Flag of Brazil.svg  Luciano Pagliarini  (BRA)Flag of Argentina.svg  Guillermo Bongiorno  (ARG)
712 February Pontian to Malacca 166.7 km (103.6 mi)Flag of Brazil.svg  Luciano Pagliarini  (BRA)Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Gordon Fraser  (CAN)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Graeme Brown  (AUS)
813 February Port Dickson to Shah Alam 96.4 km (59.9 mi)Flag of Brazil.svg  Luciano Pagliarini  (BRA)Flag of Italy.svg  Enrico Degano  (ITA)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Graeme Brown  (AUS)
914 February Kuala Lumpur to Genting Highlands 131.6 km (81.8 mi)Flag of Colombia.svg  Ruber Marín  (COL)Flag of Colombia.svg  Fredy González  (COL)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Dave Bruylandts  (BEL)
1015 February Merdeka Square, Kuala Lumpur Criterium80.4 km (50.0 mi)Flag of Argentina.svg  Guillermo Bongiorno  (ARG)Flag of New Zealand.svg  Gregory Henderson  (NZL)Flag of Italy.svg  Matteo Carrara  (ITA)

Classification leadership

StageStage winnerGeneral classification
Jersey yellow.svg
Points classification
Jersey blue.svg
Mountains classification
Jersey red.svg
Asian rider classificationTeam classificationAsian team classification
1No winner [4]
2 Marlon Pérez Arango Marlon Pérez Arango Marlon Pérez Arango Marlon Pérez Arango Ghader Mizbani Colombia–Selle Italia Iran
3 Brett Lancaster Fredy González Gordon Fraser Barloworld Japan
4 Sean Sullivan
5 Eric Wohlberg Marlon Pérez Arango
6 Ivan Quaranta
7 Luciano Pagliarini
8 Luciano Pagliarini
9 Ruber Marín Fredy González Ruber Marín Iran
10 Guillermo Bongiorno
Final Fredy González Gordon Fraser Ruber Marín Ghader Mizbani Barloworld Iran

Final standings

General classification

RiderTeamTime
1Flag of Colombia.svg  Fredy González  (COL) Jersey yellow.svg Colombia–Selle Italia 28h 52' 52"
2Flag of South Africa.svg  Ryan Cox  (RSA) Barloworld + 48"
3Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Dave Bruylandts  (BEL) Chocolade Jacques-Wincor Nixdorf + 01' 54"
4Flag of South Africa.svg  Tiaan Kannemeyer  (RSA) Barloworld + 01' 55"
5Flag of South Africa.svg  Nicholas White  (RSA) South Africa + 02' 12"
6Flag of Colombia.svg  Ruber Marín  (COL) Colombia–Selle Italia + 02' 22"
7Flag of Colombia.svg  Marlon Pérez Arango  (COL) Colombia–Selle Italia + 02' 30"
8Flag of South Africa.svg  David George  (RSA) Barloworld + 02' 31"
9Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Kurt Van De Wouwer  (BEL) Mr. Bookmaker–Palmans–Collstrop + 04' 06"
10Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Roland Green  (CAN) Canada + 04' 06"

Asian rider classification

RiderTeamTime
1Flag of Iran.svg  Ghader Mizbani  (IRI) Iran 28h 57' 19"
2Flag of Iran.svg  Ahad Kazemi  (IRI) Iran + 03' 49"
3Flag of Indonesia.svg  Tonton Susanto  (INA) Wismilak + 05' 49"
4Flag of Japan.svg  Yasutaka Tashiro  (JPN) Japan + 09' 07"
5Flag of Malaysia.svg  Shahrulneeza Razali  (MAS) Malaysia + 12' 11"
6Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Jiang Xueli  (CHN) China + 13' 42"
7Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Shao Xiaojun  (CHN) China + 15' 40"
8Flag of the Philippines.svg  Rhyan Tanguilig  (PHI) Pagcor-Casino Filipino + 15' 56"
9Flag of the Philippines.svg  Lloyd Lucien Reynante  (PHI) Pagcor-Casino Filipino + 17' 10"
10Flag of Japan.svg  Shinichi Fukushima  (JPN) Japan + 17' 12"

Team classification

TeamTime
1 Barloworld 86h 41' 27"
2 Colombia–Selle Italia + 43"
3 Relax–Bodysol + 12' 40"
4 Lampre + 17' 45"
5 Chocolade Jacques-Wincor Nixdorf + 21' 42"
6 Canada + 21' 52"
7 De-Nardi + 22' 12"
8 South Africa + 24' 13"
9 Mr. Bookmaker–Palmans–Collstrop + 29' 36"
10 Republic of Ireland + 32' 35"

Asian team classification

TeamTime
1 Iran 87h 17' 32"
2 Japan + 11' 07"
3 China + 16' 32"
4 Pagcor-Casino Filipino + 26' 11"
5 Malaysia + 50' 25"
6 Wismilak + 01h 08' 17"

List of teams and riders

A total of 20 teams were invited to participate in the 2004 Tour de Langkawi. Out of the 140 riders, a total of 121 riders made it to the finish in Kuala Lumpur. [1] [2] [3]

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