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Thomas Lebas of France comes out as winner of Tour de Flores

20th July 2017 | 3.233 Views
Labuan Bajo, E Nusa Tenggara (ANTARA News) - Thomas Lebas of France came out as overall winner in international cycling race Tour de Flores, that finished in Labuhan Bajo, West Manggarai, East Nusa Tenggara Province, on Wednesday.

Joining Kinan Cycling Team of Japan, Lebas finished the sixth or final stage stretching 120.2 km long in two hours, 23 minutes and 15 seconds.

He had recorded victory since the four stage with a total time of 19 hours, 38 minutes and 21 second.

"The race is very interesting and the competition is very tight until the last stage," Lebas said after receiving a prize of Rp45 million from Frans Lebu Raya, governor of East Nusa Tenggara.

The French cyclist defeated Arvin Moazamigodarzi from Pishgaman Cycling Team of Iran, with time difference of four minutes and 58 seconds ahead.

In the third place is Marcelo Felipe from 7-Eleven Team of the Philippines, followed by Muhammad Imam Arifin from KFC Cycling Team of Indonesia in the fourth position.

The TdF 2017 covered a total distance of 808 km. Some 20 cycling teams comprising more than 150 cyclists from 11 countries in Europe, America, Asia, and Australia took part in the tour held on July 14-19.

Mentioned herewith are results of Tour de Flores:

Final classifications

1. Thomas Lebas (France), Kinan Cycling Team (Japan) 19:38:21

2. Arvin Moazamigodarzi (Iran), Pishgaman Cycling Team (Iran) +04:59

3. Marcelo Felipe (The Philippines) , 7 Eleven Cycling Team (The Philippines) +08:11

4. Muhammad Imam Arifin (Indonesia), KFC Cycling Team (Indonesia) +10:14

5. Genki Yamamoto (Japan), Kinan Cycling Team (Japan) +13:01

6. Daniel Whitehouse (Britain), CCN Cycling Team (Laos) +13:14

7. Nick Miller (New Zealand), Futuro Pro Cycling Team (Australia) +14:16

8. Jesse Ewart (Australia), 7 Eleven Cycling Team (the Philippines), +14:37

9. Ho San Chiu (Hong Kong), HKSI Pro Cycling Team (Hong Kong) +16:20

10. Jai Crawford (Australia), Kinan Cycling Team (Japan) +18:04



Classifications of best Indonesian cyclists

1. Muhammad Imam Arifin (Indonesia), KFC Cycling Team (Indonesia) 19:48:35

2. Hari Fitrianto, CCN Cycling Team (Laos) 19:58:53

3. Jamal Hibatullah (Indonesia), KFC Cycling Team (Indonesia) 20:03:14



Classifications of the best Southeast Asian cyclists

1. Marcelo Felipe (The Philippines) , 7 Eleven Cycling Team (The Philippines) 19:46:32

2. Muhammad Imam Arifin (Indonesia), KFC Cycling Team (Indonesia) 19:48:35

3. (61) Hari Fitrianto, CCN Cycling Team (Laos) 19:58:53





Final classifications for Sprinter

1. Hyeongmin Choe (South Korea), Geumsan Insan Cello (South Korea) 21 points

2. Edgar Nohales Nieto (Spain), 7 Eleven Cycling Team (The Philippines) 10 points

3. Jamal Hibatullah (Indonesia), KFC Cycling Team (Indonesia) 8 points



King of Mountain classification

1. Edgar Nohales Nieto (Spain), 7 Eleven Cycling Team (the Philippines) 44 points

2. Daniel Whitehouse (Britain), CCN Cycling Team (Laos) 33 points

3. Arvin Moazamigodarzi (Iran), Pishgaman Cycling Team (Iran) 26 points



Team classification

1. Kinan Cycling Team (Japang) 59:25:55

2. 7 Eleven Cycling Team (The Philipoines) 59:32:23

3. KFC Cycling Team (Indonesia) 59:39:14(*)