Leipheimer Vaults into Lead in Tour of Utah

Levi Leipheimer takes charge of the Tour of Utah on the slopes of Mt. Nebo

Levi Leipheimer (Mellow Johnny’s / Radio Shack) scored the stage win and the yellow jersey after soloing to victory on the slopes of Mt. Nebo with a gap of 51 seconds over 2009 Tour of Utah champion Francisco Mancebo (Canyon Bicycles). Leipheimer counterattacked Mancebo on the Nebo climb and held his lead over the last 5 km. Current USPRO National Road Champion George Hincapie (BMC Racing) abandoned after crashing around mile 40. His injuries required 18 stitches.

Full photo gallery here.

Full Results

The Jersey Presentation.
1Levi LEIPHEIMERMellow Johnny’s3.11’43”10″
2Francisco MANCEBO PEREZCanyon Bicycles3.12’34”51″6″
3Ian BOSWELLBISSELL Pro Cycling Team3.12’34”4″
4Darren LILLV Australia3.12’43”1’00”
5Philip ZAJICEKV Australia3.13’01”1’18”
6Jonathan MCCARTYTeam Rio Grande3.13’43”2’00”
7Maxim JENKINSUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis3.13’43”
8Tyler WRENJamis/Sutter Home p/b Colavita3.13’43”
9Cesar GRAJALESOn The Rivet p/b Ion Sports Nutrition3.13’43”
10Tim ROETrek-LIVESTRONG3.13’43”
11Brent BOOKWALTERBMC Racing Team3.14’04”2’21”
12Robbie SQUIRETeam Holowesko Partners3.14’08”2’25”
13Jai CRAWFORDV Australia3.14’12”2’29”
14Rory SUTHERLANDUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis3.14’18”2’35”
15Lachlan MORTONTeam Holowesko Partners3.14’18”
16Alex HAGMANOn The Rivet p/b Ion Sports Nutrition3.14’27”2’44”
17Burke SWINDLEHURSTKFAN Composite p/b teamgive3.14’27”
18Jeff LOUDERBMC Racing Team3.15’21”3’38”
19Jason DONALDTeam Rio Grande3.16’03”4’20”
20Carter JONESKFAN Composite p/b teamgive3.16’03”
21Paul MACHBISSELL Pro Cycling Team3.16’03”
22James DRISCOLLJamis/Sutter Home p/b Colavita3.16’03”
23Caleb FAIRLYTeam Holowesko Partners3.16’03”
24Christopher JONESTeam Type 13.16’03”
25Evan HUFFMANAdageo Energy Pro Cycling3.16’32”4’49”
26Joe DOMBROWSKITrek-LIVESTRONG3.17’44”6’01”
27Andres Ignacio PEREYRAJamis/Sutter Home p/b Colavita3.18’02”6’19”
28Dan BOWMANKelly Benefit Strategies3.18’02”
29Ian GRAYTeam Rio Grande3.18’02”
30Javier MEGIAS LEALTeam Type 13.18’02”
31Davide FRATTINITeam Type 13.18’02”
32Jesse MOORECalifornia Giant Berry Farms3.18’02”
33Ian HOLTTeam Rio Grande3.18’02”
34Chad BEYERBMC Racing Team3.18’02”
35Valeriy KOBZARENKOTeam Type 13.18’02”
36Corey COLLIEROn The Rivet p/b Ion Sports Nutrition3.18’02”
37Phillip GAIMONKENDA Pro Cycling Team p/b GEARGRINDER3.18’23”6’40”
38Robert BRITTONBISSELL Pro Cycling Team3.19’02”7’19”
39Andrew GUPTILLJamis/Sutter Home p/b Colavita3.19’02”
40Taylor KNEUVENTeam Rio Grande3.19’14”7’31”
41Mike OLHEISERCanyon Bicycles3.20’28”8’45”
42Lang REYNOLDSHagens Berman Cycling3.20’42”8’59”
43Jordan CHEYNEExergy3.21’12”9’29”
44Scott TIETZELKFAN Composite p/b teamgive3.21’14”9’31”
45Christopher BALDWINUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis3.21’14”
46Kai APPLEQUISTExergy3.21’14”
47Sam KRIEGCole Sport3.21’14”
48Andres DIAZExergy3.21’14”
49Mitchell PETERSONCole Sport3.21’47”10’04”
50Scott STEWARTTeam Type 13.21’58”10’15”
51Alex DOWSETTTrek-LIVESTRONG3.24’15”12’32”
52Benjamin KINGTrek-LIVESTRONG3.24’15”
53Andrei KRASILNIKAYTeam Holowesko Partners3.24’15”
54Bradley GEHRIGCanyon Bicycles3.24’27”12’44”
55Todd HAGEMANCole Sport3.25’02”13’19”
56Christopher HONGExergy3.25’02”
57Julian KYERTrek-LIVESTRONG3.25’02”
58Timothy JOHNSONUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis3.25’02”
59Jonathan MUMFORDKelly Benefit Strategies3.25’02”
60Benjamin JACQUES-MAYNESBISSELL Pro Cycling Team3.25’02”
61Spencer SMITHEMANHagens Berman Cycling3.25’02”
62Mike FRIEDMANKFAN Composite p/b teamgive3.25’02”
63Sean PASSAGEHagens Berman Cycling3.25’02”
64Larry WARBASSEBMC Racing Team3.25’02”
65Alister RATCLIFFAdageo Energy Pro Cycling3.25’02”
66Darren ROLFEV Australia3.25’02”
67Jonathan BAKERKENDA Pro Cycling Team p/b GEARGRINDER3.25’02”
68Morgan SCHMITTUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis3.25’02”
69David TANNERV Australia3.25’02”
70Sidney TABERLAYCalifornia Giant Berry Farms3.25’02”
71Chris WINNTeam Rio Grande3.25’07”13’24”
72Jonathan GARCIATeam Rio Grande3.25’07”
73Francis (Gardie) JACKSONCole Sport3.25’44”14’01”
74Daniel RAMSEYKENDA Pro Cycling Team p/b GEARGRINDER3.25’44”
75John BENNETTCalifornia Giant Berry Farms3.26’30”14’47”
76Zach BELLKelly Benefit Strategies3.26’52”15’09”
77Peter LATHAMBISSELL Pro Cycling Team3.28’15”16’32”
78David HARWARDCanyon Bicycles3.28’35”16’52”
79Jeremy VENNELLBISSELL Pro Cycling Team3.29’09”17’26”
80Patrick BEVINBISSELL Pro Cycling Team3.29’09”
81Adam SWITTERSKFAN Composite p/b teamgive3.29’16”17’33”
82Jesse MILLERSMITHCalifornia Giant Berry Farms3.29’29”17’46”
83Marc DE MAARUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis3.29’29”
84Sam JOHNSONHagens Berman Cycling3.29’29”
85Phil MOONEYCalifornia Giant Berry Farms3.29’29”
86Taylor PHINNEYTrek-LIVESTRONG3.29’29”
87Matthew COOKEKFAN Composite p/b teamgive3.29’29”
88Max DURTSCHITeam Holowesko Partners3.29’29”
89K Frank PIPPBISSELL Pro Cycling Team3.29’29”
90Alfredo CRUZAdageo Energy Pro Cycling3.29’29”
91Jay THOMPSONV Australia3.29’29”
92Phil ELSASSERHagens Berman Cycling3.29’29”
93Greg KRAUSEV Australia3.29’29”
94Taylor SHELDONTeam Holowesko Partners3.29’29”
95Danny SUMMERHILLTeam Holowesko Partners3.29’29”
96Austin CARROLLAdageo Energy Pro Cycling3.29’29”
97Kenneth HANSONTeam Type 13.29’29”
98Brad BINGHAMTeam Rio Grande3.29’29”
99Andrew BARKERTeam Holowesko Partners3.29’29”
100Guido PALMAJamis/Sutter Home p/b Colavita3.29’29”
101Cody STEVENSONAdageo Energy Pro Cycling3.29’29”
102Thomas RABOUTeam Type 13.29’29”
103Josh HOROWITZAdageo Energy Pro Cycling3.29’45”18’02”
104Brad WHITEUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis3.30’26”18’43”
105Luis ROMERO AMARANJamis/Sutter Home p/b Colavita3.30’26”
106Evan HYDEOn The Rivet p/b Ion Sports Nutrition3.32’54”21’11”
107Michael LANHAMKENDA Pro Cycling Team p/b GEARGRINDER3.33’03”21’20”
108Anibal BORRAJOJamis/Sutter Home p/b Colavita3.33’07”21’24”
109Fabio CALABRIATeam Type 13.34’32”22’49”
110Bill DEMONGCole Sport3.34’40”22’57”
111Tyler RIEDESELCanyon Bicycles3.34’40”
112Kennett PETERSONHagens Berman Cycling3.35’16”23’33”
113Eric BENNETTAdageo Energy Pro Cycling3.37’16”25’33”
114Mike SOHMCanyon Bicycles3.38’32”26’49”
115Eddy KWONKENDA Pro Cycling Team p/b GEARGRINDER3.38’54”27’11”
116Christopher PARRISHHagens Berman Cycling3.38’56”27’13”
117Ivan DOMINGUEZJamis/Sutter Home p/b Colavita3.39’22”27’39”
118Dan BECHTOLDExergy3.39’39”27’56”
Riders after time limit, Arrivés hors délais
119Joshua BERRYOn The Rivet p/b Ion Sports Nutrition3.40’49”29’06”
120Julian MARTINEZCalifornia Giant Berry Farms3.41’02”29’19”
121Kevin ROWEExergy3.41’44”30’01”
122Bryson PERRYCole Sport3.42’43”31’00”
123Remi MCMANUSExergy3.42’43”
124Aaron OLSENCole Sport3.44’10”32’27”
125Aaron KEMPSV Australia3.45’35”33’52”
126Adrian HEGYVARYUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis3.45’35”
127David BROCKBANKCanyon Bicycles3.50’23”38’40”
Riders dropping out, Coureurs qui ont abandonné
Zachary TITTENSORCanyon Bicycles
George HINCAPIEBMC Racing Team
Ian CRANEHagens Berman Cycling
Timothy FARNHAMAdageo Energy Pro Cycling
Bobby LEAOn The Rivet p/b Ion Sports Nutrition

General Classification after Stage 2

1Levi LEIPHEIMERMellow Johnny’s6.40’36”
2Francisco MANCEBO PEREZCanyon Bicycles6.41’32”56″
3Darren LILLV Australia6.41’52”1’16”
4Ian BOSWELLBISSELL Pro Cycling Team6.41’52”
5Philip ZAJICEKV Australia6.42’10”1’34”
6Cesar GRAJALESOn The Rivet p/b Ion Sports Nutrition6.42’49”2’13”
7Jonathan MCCARTYTeam Rio Grande6.42’53”2’17”
8Tim ROETrek-LIVESTRONG6.42’56”2’20”
9Brent BOOKWALTERBMC Racing Team6.43’00”2’24”
10Tyler WRENJamis/Sutter Home p/b Colavita6.43’02”2’26”
11Maxim JENKINSUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis6.43’05”2’29”
12Rory SUTHERLANDUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis6.43’15”2’39”
13Lachlan MORTONTeam Holowesko Partners6.43’27”2’51”
14Robbie SQUIRETeam Holowesko Partners6.43’30”2’54”
15Jai CRAWFORDV Australia6.43’34”2’58”
16Alex HAGMANOn The Rivet p/b Ion Sports Nutrition6.43’47”3’11”
17Burke SWINDLEHURSTKFAN Composite p/b teamgive6.43’51”3’15”
18Jeff LOUDERBMC Racing Team6.44’21”3’45”
19Jason DONALDTeam Rio Grande6.45’09”4’33”
20Paul MACHBISSELL Pro Cycling Team6.45’11”4’35”
21Caleb FAIRLYTeam Holowesko Partners6.45’12”4’36”
22Carter JONESKFAN Composite p/b teamgive6.45’19”4’43”
23James DRISCOLLJamis/Sutter Home p/b Colavita6.45’20”4’44”
24Christopher JONESTeam Type 16.45’20”
25Evan HUFFMANAdageo Energy Pro Cycling6.46’03”5’27”
26Davide FRATTINITeam Type 16.47’12”6’36”
27Javier MEGIAS LEALTeam Type 16.47’12”
28Chad BEYERBMC Racing Team6.47’16”6’40”
29Andres Ignacio PEREYRAJamis/Sutter Home p/b Colavita6.47’18”6’42”
30Ian GRAYTeam Rio Grande6.47’19”6’43”
31Dan BOWMANKelly Benefit Strategies6.47’22”6’46”
32Jesse MOORECalifornia Giant Berry Farms6.47’25”6’49”
33Valeriy KOBZARENKOTeam Type 16.47’31”6’55”
34Phillip GAIMONKENDA Pro Cycling Team p/b GEARGRINDER6.47’51”7’15”
35Andrew GUPTILLJamis/Sutter Home p/b Colavita6.48’37”8’01”
36Corey COLLIEROn The Rivet p/b Ion Sports Nutrition6.48’52”8’16”
37Ian HOLTTeam Rio Grande6.49’09”8’33”
38Scott TIETZELKFAN Composite p/b teamgive6.50’38”10’02”
39Scott STEWARTTeam Type 16.51’10”10’34”
40Lang REYNOLDSHagens Berman Cycling6.51’57”11’21”
41Jordan CHEYNEExergy6.52’27”11’51”
42Joe DOMBROWSKITrek-LIVESTRONG6.52’30”11’54”
43Alex DOWSETTTrek-LIVESTRONG6.52’31”11’55”
44Robert BRITTONBISSELL Pro Cycling Team6.52’48”12’12”
45David TANNERV Australia6.53’29”12’53”
46Andrei KRASILNIKAYTeam Holowesko Partners6.53’30”12’54”
47Benjamin KINGTrek-LIVESTRONG6.53’33”12’57”
48Taylor KNEUVENTeam Rio Grande6.54’04”13’28”
49Julian KYERTrek-LIVESTRONG6.54’12”13’36”
50Darren ROLFEV Australia6.54’15”13’39”
51Morgan SCHMITTUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis6.54’18”13’42”
52Christopher HONGExergy6.54’47”14’11”
53John BENNETTCalifornia Giant Berry Farms6.55’57”15’21”
54Jonathan GARCIATeam Rio Grande6.56’04”15’28”
55Mike OLHEISERCanyon Bicycles6.56’06”15’30”
56Christopher BALDWINUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis6.56’50”16’14”
57Sam KRIEGCole Sport6.57’55”17’19”
58Benjamin JACQUES-MAYNESBISSELL Pro Cycling Team6.57’55”
59K Frank PIPPBISSELL Pro Cycling Team6.58’37”18’01”
60Bradley GEHRIGCanyon Bicycles6.58’39”18’03”
61Andrew BARKERTeam Holowesko Partners6.58’44”18’08”
62Larry WARBASSEBMC Racing Team6.58’50”18’14”
63Marc DE MAARUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis6.58’58”18’22”
64Matthew COOKEKFAN Composite p/b teamgive6.59’07”18’31”
65Chris WINNTeam Rio Grande6.59’16”18’40”
66Jonathan MUMFORDKelly Benefit Strategies6.59’35”18’59”
67Spencer SMITHEMANHagens Berman Cycling6.59’39”19’03”
68Alister RATCLIFFAdageo Energy Pro Cycling6.59’44”19’08”
69Daniel RAMSEYKENDA Pro Cycling Team p/b GEARGRINDER6.59’49”19’13”
70Sidney TABERLAYCalifornia Giant Berry Farms6.59’55”19’19”
71Max DURTSCHITeam Holowesko Partners7.00’23”19’47”
72Andres DIAZExergy7.00’45”20’09”
73Kai APPLEQUISTExergy7.00’47”20’11”
74Mitchell PETERSONCole Sport7.01’31”20’55”
75Sean PASSAGEHagens Berman Cycling7.02’36”22’00”
76Danny SUMMERHILLTeam Holowesko Partners7.03’22”22’46”
77Jesse MILLERSMITHCalifornia Giant Berry Farms7.03’35”22’59”
78Mike FRIEDMANKFAN Composite p/b teamgive7.04’21”23’45”
79Jonathan BAKERKENDA Pro Cycling Team p/b GEARGRINDER7.04’22”23’46”
80Timothy JOHNSONUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis7.04’22”
81Adam SWITTERSKFAN Composite p/b teamgive7.06’49”26’13”
82Peter LATHAMBISSELL Pro Cycling Team7.07’21”26’45”
83David HARWARDCanyon Bicycles7.08’10”27’34”
84Jeremy VENNELLBISSELL Pro Cycling Team7.08’12”27’36”
85Jay THOMPSONV Australia7.08’44”28’08”
86Phil MOONEYCalifornia Giant Berry Farms7.08’46”28’10”
87Luis ROMERO AMARANJamis/Sutter Home p/b Colavita7.09’37”29’01”
88Bill DEMONGCole Sport7.11’28”30’52”
89Taylor SHELDONTeam Holowesko Partners7.11’33”30’57”
90Brad BINGHAMTeam Rio Grande7.11’56”31’20”
91Austin CARROLLAdageo Energy Pro Cycling7.12’18”31’42”
92Greg KRAUSEV Australia7.12’18”
93Zach BELLKelly Benefit Strategies7.13’14”32’38”
94Brad WHITEUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis7.13’19”32’43”
95Christopher PARRISHHagens Berman Cycling7.13’32”32’56”
96Eddy KWONKENDA Pro Cycling Team p/b GEARGRINDER7.13’50”33’14”
97Fabio CALABRIATeam Type 17.14’15”33’39”
98Dan BECHTOLDExergy7.14’23”33’47”
99Sam JOHNSONHagens Berman Cycling7.14’33”33’57”
100Taylor PHINNEYTrek-LIVESTRONG7.15’22”34’46”
101Thomas RABOUTeam Type 17.15’58”35’22”
102Kenneth HANSONTeam Type 17.16’14”35’38”
103Alfredo CRUZAdageo Energy Pro Cycling7.16’15”35’39”
104Phil ELSASSERHagens Berman Cycling7.16’19”35’43”
105Guido PALMAJamis/Sutter Home p/b Colavita7.16’26”35’50”
106Josh HOROWITZAdageo Energy Pro Cycling7.16’55”36’19”
107Ivan DOMINGUEZJamis/Sutter Home p/b Colavita7.18’59”38’23”
108Evan HYDEOn The Rivet p/b Ion Sports Nutrition7.19’29”38’53”
109Anibal BORRAJOJamis/Sutter Home p/b Colavita7.19’31”38’55”
110Tyler RIEDESELCanyon Bicycles7.19’45”39’09”
111Kennett PETERSONHagens Berman Cycling7.21’53”41’17”
112Todd HAGEMANCole Sport7.22’23”41’47”
113Michael LANHAMKENDA Pro Cycling Team p/b GEARGRINDER7.23’17”42’41”
114Mike SOHMCanyon Bicycles7.25’12”44’36”
115Francis (Gardie) JACKSONCole Sport7.25’29”44’53”
116Patrick BEVINBISSELL Pro Cycling Team7.28’26”47’50”
117Cody STEVENSONAdageo Energy Pro Cycling7.28’54”48’18”
118Eric BENNETTAdageo Energy Pro Cycling7.36’41”56’05”
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