2007 Tour de Romandie

2007 Tour De Romandie

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2007 Tour de Romandie

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The 2007 Tour de Romandie served as the 59th edition of this event now held on the 2007 UCI ProTour. The stage race was held from May 1 through May 6, 2007 in the French speaking area of Switzerland known as Romandy. The race winner was | Thomas Dekker of Rabobank cycling team.

Final standings

General classification



  • UCI ProTour points are not awarded to riders on UCI Continental Team that finish in the top-10 overall or a top-3 stage finish.


Mountains classification



Points classification



Sprints classification



Team classification



Stages

Prologue - 2007-05-01, Fribourg, 3.5 km ITT

Italian Paolo Salvodelli (Astana) repeats his win in last year's prologue with a time of 4 minutes, 35 seconds over the 3.5 kilometer course at 45.82 km/h (28.5 mph).



Stage 1 - 2007-05-02, Granges-Paccot - La Chaux de Fonds, 157 km

Germany's hope for the future Markus Fothen of Gerolsteiner took the win after he escaped in the finale together with Francisco Perez. Fothen beat him in a classical sprint-a-deux. The peloton bunch sprint was just behind the two leaders.



Stage 2 - 2007-05-03, La Chaux de Fonds - Lucens, 167 km

The only real sprinter stage of this edition of the Tour de Romandie was an easy win for Australian rider Robbie McEwen. The Predictor-Lotto rider held off Borut Bozic with ease.



Stage 3 - 2007-05-04, Moudon - Charmey, 163 km

Although the course was really difficult, the favourites did not feel like attacking today. And thus,...
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