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Cycling: Results from final stage of Tour de Langkawi

Results from the tenth and final stage of the Tour de Langkawi on Saturday, a 103.1 kilometre (64.1 miles) route from Kenyir Lake to Kuala Terengganu in eastern Malaysia: Top three places in Stage 10: 1. Andrea Guardini (ITA/Astana Pro Team) 2hr 15 min 55 sec, 2. Aidis Kruopis (LTU/Orica Greenedge) same time 3. Francesco Chicchi (ITA/Yellow Fluo) same time Top three places overall:

Cycling: Results from ninth stage of Tour de Langkawi

Results from the ninth stage of the Tour de Langkawi on Friday, a 111.1 kilometre (69 mile) route from Bandar Permaisuri to Kuala Terengganu in eastern Malaysia: Top three places in Stage 9: 1. Theo Bos (NED/Belkin-Pro Cycling) 2hr 32 min 21 sec, 2. Andrea Guardini Kruopis (/Astana Pro Team) same time, 3. Aidis Kruopis (LTU/Orica Greenedge) same time Top three places overall:

Cycling: Results from eighth stage of Tour de Langkawi

Results from the eighth stage of the Tour de Langkawi on Thursday, a 202.6 kilometre (125.9 mile) route from Kuantan to Marang in eastern Malaysia: Top three places in Stage 8: 1. Theo Bos (NED/Belkin-Pro Cycling) 5hr 01 min 58 sec, 2. Andrea Guardini Kruopis (/Astana Pro Team) same time, 3. Kenny van Hummel (NED/Androni Giocatolli - Venezuela) same time Top three places overall:

Cycling: Results from third stage of Tour de Langkawi

Results from the third stage of the Tour de Langkawi on Saturday, a 166.5 kilometre (103.5 miles) route from Kampar to Kuala Lumpur in central Malaysia: Top three places in Stage 3: 1. Andrea Guardini (ITA/Astana Pro Team) 3hr 40 min 38 sec, 2. Theo Bos (NED/Belkin-Pro Cycling Team) same time, 3. Yannick Martinez (FRA/Team Europcar) s.t. Top three places overall:

Cycling: Cavendish wins again and takes gold jersey in Qatar

Mark Cavendish contined his fine form on Wednesday as the Isle of Man speedster won for the second straight day by taking the fourth stage of the Tour of Qatar and seizing the overall lead. The British rider who is in his first season with Omega Pharma-Quick Step after a move from Team Sky, won a mass sprint after 160km of racing between the Camel Race Track and Al Khor Corniche. He came home ahead of Dutchman Barry Markus of Vacansoleil - in a repeat 1-2 finish in stage 3 - while Astana's Andrea Guardini of Italy claimed third spot.
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