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Olympics: Richard Carapaz claims men's road race title

Silver for Van Aert, bronze for Pogacar
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Ecuadors Richard Carapaz celebrates after crossing the finish line to win the mens cycling road race during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Fuji International Speedway in Oyama Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Greg Baker AFP Photo by GREG BAKERAFP via Getty Images

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Gold medallist Ecuadors Richard Carapaz celebrates his victory on the podium during the medal ceremony for the mens cycling road race of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Fuji International Speedway in Oyama Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Greg Baker AFP Photo by GREG BAKERAFP via Getty Images

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OYAMA JAPAN JULY 24 LR Tadej Pogacar of Team Slovenia bronze medal Wout van Aert of Team Belgium silver medalist sprints on arrival during the Mens road race at the Fuji International Speedway on day one of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24 2021 in Oyama Shizuoka Japan Photo by Michael SteeleGetty Images

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OYAMA JAPAN JULY 24 Wout van Aert of Team Belgium celebrates winning the silver medal on arrival during the Mens road race at the Fuji International Speedway on day one of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24 2021 in Oyama Shizuoka Japan Photo by Tim de WaeleGetty Images

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Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games - Olimpiadi Tokyo 2020 - Men's Road Race - Musashinonomori Park - Fuji Internetional Speedway 234 km - 24/07/2021 - Tadej Pogacar (SLO - UAE Team Emirates) - photo Luca Bettini/BettiniPhoto©2021

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OYAMA JAPAN JULY 24 Richard Carapaz of Team Ecuador Brandon McNulty of Team United States in the breakaway during the Mens road race at the Fuji International Speedway on day one of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24 2021 in Oyama Shizuoka Japan Photo by Tim de WaeleGetty Images

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OYAMA JAPAN JULY 24 LR Silver medalist Wout van Aert of Team Belgium gold medalist Richard Carapaz of Team Ecuador and bronze medalist Tadej Pogacar of Team Slovenia pose on the podium during the medal ceremony during the Mens road race at the Fuji International Speedway on day one of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24 2021 in Oyama Shizuoka Japan Photo by Michael SteeleGetty Images

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OYAMA JAPAN JULY 24 Richard Carapaz of Team Ecuador celebrates winning the gold medal during the Mens road race at the Fuji International Speedway on day one of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24 2021 in Oyama Shizuoka Japan Photo by Michael SteeleGetty Images

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Ecuadors Richard Carapaz celebrates after crossing the finish line to win the mens cycling road race during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Fuji International Speedway in Oyama Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Greg Baker AFP Photo by GREG BAKERAFP via Getty Images

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Ecuadors Richard Carapaz celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win the mens cycling road race during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Fuji International Speedway in Oyama Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Greg Baker AFP Photo by GREG BAKERAFP via Getty Images

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OYAMA JAPAN JULY 24 A general view the peloton prior to the Mens road race on day one of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24 2021 in Oyama Shizuoka Japan Photo by Tim de WaeleGetty Images

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OYAMA JAPAN JULY 24 LR Mauri Vansevenant Tiesj Benoot Wout van Aert Remco Evenepoel and Guillaume Martin of Team France prior to the Mens road race on day one of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24 2021 in Oyama Shizuoka Japan Photo by Tim de WaeleGetty Images

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Czech Republics Michael Kukrle 2L leads the breakway group with Greeces Polychronis Tzortzakis 2R Venezuelas Orluis Alberto Aular Sanabria R South Africas Nicholas Dlamini unseen and Slovakias Juraj Sagan L during the first lap of the Fuji International Speedway in the mens cycling road race of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Oyama Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Greg Baker AFP Photo by GREG BAKERAFP via Getty Images

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Norways Andreas Leknessund front R rides in the peloton past Yamanaka Lake during the mens cycling road race during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Yamanashi Prefecture Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Jeff PACHOUD AFP Photo by JEFF PACHOUDAFP via Getty Images

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The peloton rides in the Fuji International Speedway during the mens cycling road race of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Oyama Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Jeff PACHOUD AFP Photo by JEFF PACHOUDAFP via Getty Images

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The breakaway group leads the race during the mens cycling road race of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games as they enter the Fuji International Speedway in Oyama Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Jeff PACHOUD AFP Photo by JEFF PACHOUDAFP via Getty Images

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Cyclists ride in the peloton during the first lap of the Fuji International Speedway in the mens cycling road race of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Oyama Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Greg Baker AFP Photo by GREG BAKERAFP via Getty Images

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Slovenias Jan Tratnik leads the second group during the first lap of the Fuji International Speedway in the mens cycling road race of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Oyama Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Greg Baker AFP Photo by GREG BAKERAFP via Getty Images

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Slovenias Tadej Pogacar C rides on the peloton during the first lap of the Fuji International Speedway in the mens cycling road race of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Oyama Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Greg Baker AFP Photo by GREG BAKERAFP via Getty Images

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RL Slovakias Juraj Sagan leads the breakaway group Czech Republics Michael Kukrle Greeces Polychronis Tzortzakis Venezuelas Orluis Alberto Aular Sanabria and South Africas Nicholas Dlamini as they ride past Yamanaka Lake during the mens cycling road race of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Yamanashi Prefecture Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Jeff PACHOUD AFP Photo by JEFF PACHOUDAFP via Getty Images

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OYAMA JAPAN JULY 24 Wout van Aert of Team Belgium in the breakaway during the Mens road race at the Fuji International Speedway on day one of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24 2021 in Oyama Shizuoka Japan Photo by Tim de WaeleGetty Images

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OYAMA JAPAN JULY 24 LR Richard Carapaz of Team Ecuador Brandon McNulty of Team United States in the breakaway during the Mens road race at the Fuji International Speedway on day one of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24 2021 in Oyama Shizuoka Japan Photo by Tim de WaeleGetty Images

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OYAMA JAPAN JULY 24 Maximilian Schachmann of Team Germany in the breakaway during the Mens road race at the Fuji International Speedway on day one of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24 2021 in Oyama Shizuoka Japan Photo by Tim de WaeleGetty Images

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OYAMA JAPAN JULY 24 Adam Yates of Team Great Britain Wout van Aert of Team Belgium in the breakaway during the Mens road race at the Fuji International Speedway on day one of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24 2021 in Oyama Shizuoka Japan Photo by Tim de WaeleGetty Images

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OYAMA JAPAN JULY 24 Richard Carapaz of Team Ecuador in the breakaway during the Mens road race at the Fuji International Speedway on day one of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24 2021 in Oyama Shizuoka Japan Photo by Tim de WaeleGetty Images

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OYAMA JAPAN JULY 24 Richard Carapaz of Team Ecuador in the breakaway during the Mens road race at the Fuji International Speedway on day one of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24 2021 in Oyama Shizuoka Japan Photo by Tim de WaeleGetty Images

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Ecuadors Richard Carapaz celebrates after crossing the finish line to win the mens cycling road race during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Fuji International Speedway in Oyama Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Greg Baker AFP Photo by GREG BAKERAFP via Getty Images

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Ecuadors Richard Carapaz celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win the mens cycling road race during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Fuji International Speedway in Oyama Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Jeff PACHOUD AFP Photo by JEFF PACHOUDAFP via Getty Images

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Slovenias Tadej Pogacar front and Belgiums Wout van Aert sprint to the finish line for the second position during the mens cycling road race of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Fuji International Speedway in Oyama Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Jeff PACHOUD AFP Photo by JEFF PACHOUDAFP via Getty Images

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OYAMA JAPAN JULY 24 LR Silver medalist Wout van Aert of Team Belgium gold medalist Richard Carapaz of Team Ecuador and bronze medalist Tadej Pogacar of Team Slovenia pose on the podium during the medal ceremony during the Mens road race at the Fuji International Speedway on day one of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24 2021 in Oyama Shizuoka Japan Photo by Michael SteeleGetty Images

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OYAMA JAPAN JULY 24 LR Silver medalist Wout van Aert of Team Belgium gold medalist Richard Carapaz of Team Ecuador and bronze medalist Tadej Pogacar of Team Slovenia pose on the podium during the medal ceremony during the Mens road race at the Fuji International Speedway on day one of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24 2021 in Oyama Shizuoka Japan Photo by Michael SteeleGetty Images

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Bronze medallist Slovenias Tadej Pogacar celebrates on the podium during the medal ceremony for the mens cycling road race of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Fuji International Speedway in Oyama Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Greg Baker AFP Photo by GREG BAKERAFP via Getty Images

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Belgian Wout Van Aert of Team JumboVisma winner of the silver medal Ecuadorian Richard Carapaz of Ineos Grenadiers winner of the gold medal and Slovenian Tadej Pogacar of UAE Team Emirates winner of the bronze medal pictured on the podium of the mens cycling road race on the second day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games with finish at the Fuji Speedway in Gotenba Tokyo Japan on Saturday 24 July 2021 The postponed 2020 Summer Olympics are taking place from 23 July to 8 August 2021 BELGA PHOTO JASPER JACOBS Photo by JASPER JACOBSBELGA MAGAFP via Getty Images

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LR Silver medallist Belgiums Wout van Aert Gold medallist Ecuadors Richard Carapaz and bronze medallist Slovenias Tadej Pogacar celebrate on the podium during the medal ceremony for the mens cycling road race of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Fuji International Speedway in Oyama Japan on July 24 2021 Photo by Greg Baker AFP Photo by GREG BAKERAFP via Getty Images

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Richard Carapaz brought home the gold medal for Ecuador in the men’s Olympic road race in Tokyo on Saturday in a pulsating finale that saw the climber drop his main rivals on the last two climbs. 

Carapaz made his first acceleration with 25km to go in response to a move from Brandon McNulty (USA) before dropping his breakaway companion and soloing to the win with 5.8km to go. 

Carapaz held onto his winning lead over the final finishing circuit on the Fuji Speedway to take the biggest one-day win of his career. The 2019 Giro d’Italia winner finished with more than enough time to soak up the applause from the home crowd after six hours of brutal racing in hot and humid conditions.

In the sprint for the silver and bronze medals, Wout van Aert (Belgium) narrowly held off the late charge from Tour de France winner Tadej Pogacar (Slovenia).

As expected, much of the race came down to a battle on the all-important Mikuni Pass. Pogacar was the first major player to break free but he was joined by an elite group of contenders before McNulty took off with 25km to go.

The USA leader was joined by Carapaz and the pair quickly established a healthy lead over dived chase group. By the time a group that contained Van Aert, Pogacar, and Adam Yates finally began to mount a serious chase, the gap to the two leaders was almost a minute but a serious turn of pace from the heavily marked Van Aert saw the gap drop to just 15 seconds.

With McNulty starting to fade in the closing stages, Carapaz knew that it was now or never and on a short rise he kicked clear with one decisive acceleration that distanced his American ally. 

Back in the chase, and with McNulty swept up, the remaining riders were unable to find a cohesive rhythm, with attack after attack stifling their efforts. Those moments of hesitation were all that Carapaz needed to cement his place on the podium and a place in the history books with a gold medal for him and for Ecuador.

How it unfolded

The cycling events at the Tokyo Olympic Games began with the men’s 234km road race on Saturday. The defending champion Greg Van Avermaet was on the front row at the start and the Belgian would play a pivotal role later in the race but the early stages of the action were dominated by a break that included Nic Dlamini (RSA), Michael Kukrle (CZE), Juraj Sagan (SVK), Polychronis Tzortzakis (GRE), Eduard-Michael Grosu (ROU), Aular Sanabria (VEN), Paul Daumont (BUR), and Elchin Asadov (AZE).

The move was allowed to establish a lead of over 19 minutes before squads from Belgium and most notably Slovenia began to usher a chase. 

There was a crash with just over 150km of racing remaining that took down several key riders, including Geraint Thomas, Tao Geoghegan Hart, Gregor Muehlberger and Giulio Ciccone, but it was the Welshman who came off worst of all, once again landing on same side that he crashed on during the Tour. He would later abandon the race.

With the chase from the peloton becoming steady over Mount Fuji, the gap to the leaders quickly began to drop, with Van Avermaet himself taking on huge pulls as the leaders saw their advantage cut to just 11 minutes with 100km to go.

Just 20km later and the gap had more than halved as the race took on an undulating 30km before the pivotal climb of the Mikuni Pass.

Mikuni Pass

The race into the final major climb had already sparked action, with the remaining three riders from the break – Kukrle, Tzortzakis, and Sanabria – all caught as Italy began to play their hand with a set of stinging attacks from Vincenzo Nibali, Damiano Caruso and Ciccone. Those moves were well marked by the Dutch, Belgians and Slovenians, while an attacked that included Nibali, Remco Evenepoel and Eddie Dunbar was quickly nullified with 49km remaining.

After passing through the Fuji Speedway circuit for the second time. the race hit the Mikuni Pass, with Tiesj Benoot setting a furious pace on the lower slopes. He reduced the leading group to less than 30 riders. with the likes of Alejandro Valverde and Italy’s earlier attacking trio all distanced. Kasper Asgreen, Luke Durbridge, Nicolas Roche and Nairo Quintana all fell by the wayside, too, as Primoz Roglic and Pogacar rode almost side by side up the lower slopes. Mauri Vansevenant took over after Benoot cracked, with less than 15 riders still in contention by the time he eventually peeled off.

It was Pogacar, though, who ignited the race properly with a stinging attack with 37.4km to go. Unlike at the Tour de France, he was unable to create major daylight between himself and his rivals, with Michael Woods and McNulty able to scamper across the gap. The trio established a 20-second lead, with Van Aert forced to take up the chase, with a group containing Alberto Bettiol, Adam Yates, Rigoberto Uran, Bauke Mollema, Jakob Fuglsang and Michal Kwiatkowski glued to his wheel. 

At that point, Carapaz had been slightly distanced but when the Pogacar group were caught with 33km to go, the rider from Ecuador was back in contention with George Bennett, McNulty, Max Shachmann, and David Gaudu creating an 11-rider split. 

With the climb over, the race turned into game of cat and mouse, with Mollema (29km to go) and Fuglsang (27km to go) both putting in moves. With 25km remaining, McNulty tried his luck and Carapaz was wise to the danger. At the Tour these two were foes but here in Tokyo allegiances were different and, with a gold medal on the line, the pair worked together.

Behind, Van Aert was constantly forced to lead the chase. The Belgian, who had paced himself brilliantly after being dropped on the Mikuni Pass, put in a huge turn of speed on the Kagosaka Pass – the last climb of the race – and he reduced the gap to just 14 seconds but, with several riders on his wheel, the race for gold was effectively down to the two riders out front.

Bettiol’s hopes ended with 14.8km to go due to cramp, while Gaudu, Woods and Uran put in final accelerations before the final sprint for silver.

Results Pos. Rider Name (Country) Team Result 1 Richard Carapaz (Ecuador) 6:05:26 2 Tadej Pogacar (Slovenia) 0:01:07 3 Wout van Aert (Belgium) 4 Bauke Mollema (Netherlands) 5 Michael Woods (Canada) 6 Brandon McNulty (USA) 7 David Gaudu (France) 8 Rigoberto Uran (Colombia) 9 Adam Yates (Great Britain) 10 Max Schachmann (Germany) 0:01:21 11 Michal Kwiatkowski (Poland) 0:01:35 12 Jakob Fuglsang (Denmark) 0:02:43 13 Joao Almeida (Portugal) 0:03:38 14 Alberto Bettiol (Italy) 15 Dylan van Baarle (Netherlands) 16 Daniel Martin (Ireland) 17 Simon Yates (Great Britain) 18 Patrick Konrad (Austria) 19 Rafal Majka (Poland) 0:03:40 20 Gianni Moscon (Italy) 0:03:42 21 Alexey Lutsenko (Kazakhstan) 0:06:20 22 Toms Skujins (Latvia) 23 Gorka Izagirre (Spain) 24 Damiano Caruso (Italy) 25 Marc Hirschi (Switzerland) 26 George Bennett (New Zealand) 27 Guillaume Martin (France) 28 Primoz Roglic (Slovenia) 29 Emanuel Buchmann (Germany) 30 Hermann Pernsteiner (Austria) 0:07:51 31 Michael Schar (Switzerland) 32 Pavel Sivakov (Russia) 33 Krists Neilands (Latvia) 0:10:12 34 Markus Hoelgaard (Norway) 35 Yukiya Arashiro (Japan) 36 Michael Kurkle (Czech Republic) 37 Kevin Geniets (Luxembourg) 38 Kenny Elissonde (France) 39 Eder Frayre Moctezuma (Mexico) 40 Stefan Kung (Switzerland) 41 Nelson Oliveira (Portugal) 42 Alejandro Valverde (Spain) 43 Jan Polanc (Slovenia) 44 Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands) 45 Esteban Chaves (Colombia) 46 Tanel Kangert (Estonia) 47 Jhonatan Narvaez (Ecuador) 48 Richie Porte (Australia) 49 Remco Evenepoel (Belgium) 50 Amanuel Ghebreigzabhier (Eritrea) 51 Wilco Kelderman (Netherlands) 52 Stefan De Bod (South Africa) 0:11:27 53 Vincenzo Nibali (Italy) 54 Nikias Arndt (Germany) 55 Merhawi Kudus (Eritrea) 56 Anatolii Budiak (Ukraine) 57 Benoit Cosnefroy (France) 58 Tiesj Benoot (Belgium) 59 Aleksandr Vlasov (Russia) 60 Giulio Ciccone (Italy) 61 Tobias Foss (Norway) 62 Jesus Herrada (Spain) 63 Polychronis Tzortzakis (Greece) 0:16:20 64 Muradjan Khalmuratov (Uzbekistan) 65 Guillaume Boivin (Canada) 66 Aleksandr Riabushenko (Belarus) 67 Jan Tratnik (Slovenia) 68 Andrey Amador (Costa Rica) 69 Nairo Quintana (Colombia) 70 Gregor Muhlberger (Austria) 71 Lucas Hamilton (Australia) 72 Luke Durbridge (Australia) 73 Michel Ries (Luxembourg) 74 Gino Mader (Switzerland) 75 Nicolas Roche (Ireland) 76 Edward Dunbar (Ireland) 77 Mauri Vansevenant (Belgium) 78 Michael Valgren (Denmark) 79 Ion Izagirre (Spain) 80 Lawson Craddock (USA) 81 Sergio Higuita (Colombia) 82 Tobias Johannessen (Norway) 0:19:46 83 Andreas Leknessund (Norway) 84 Nariyuki Masuda (Japan) 0:19:50 85 Hugo Houle (Canada) DNF Eduardo Sepulveda (Argentina) DNF Vadim Pronskiy (Ukraine) DNF Attila Valter (Hungary) DNF Ryan Gibbons (South Africa) DNF Nicholas Dlamini (South Africa) DNF Sanabria Aular (Venezuela) DNF Remi Cavagna (France) DNF Juraj Sagan (Slovakia) DNF Geraint Thomas (Great Britain) DNF Maciej Bodnar (Poland) DNF Ilnur Zakarin (Russia) DNF Peeter Pruus (Estonia) DNF Zdenek Stybar (Czech Republic) DNF Josip Rumac (Croatia) DNF Christopher Juul-Jensen (Denmark) DNF Manuel Rodas (Guatemala) DNF Omar Fraile (Spain) DNF Christofer Jurado (Panama) DNF Greg Van Avermaet (Belgium) DNF Lukas Kubis (Slovakia) DNF Azzedine Lagab (Algeria) DNF Eduard Grosu (Romania) DNF Paul Daumont (Burkina Faso) DNF Kasper Asgreen (Denmark) DNF Kai Feng Chun (Taipei) DNF Tao Geoghegan Hart (Great Britain) DNF Mohcine El Kouraji (Morocco) DNF Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kazakhstan) DNF Patrick Bevin (New Zealand) DNF Saeid Safarzadeh (Iran) DNF Yoeri Havik (Netherlands) DNF Fung Choy Hiu (Hong Kong) DNF Royner Navarro Calle (Peru) DNF Hamza Mansouri (Algeria) DNF Evaldas Siskevicius (Lithuania) DNF Moise Mugisha (Rwanda) DNF Tristan De Lange (Namibia) DNF Onur Balkan (Turkey) DNF Ahmet Orken (Turkey) DNF Ruidong Wang (China) DNF Elchin Asadov (Azerbaijan) DNS Simon Geschke (Germany) DNS Michal Schlegel (Czech Republic)
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