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SBS Tour of Southland - Results from the 7th stage

SBS Tour of Southland
Results from the 7th stage of the SBS Tour of Southland.
Winton Time Trial
1. Michael Vink (MGH) 16m31s; 2. James Piccoli (KAP) at 03s; 3. Paul Odlin (PNL) at 11s; 4. Morgan Smith (AVE) at 26s; 5. James Fouche (CLM) at 30s; 6. Matt Ross (PNL) at 30s; 7. Raphael Freienstein (AVE) at 31s; 8. Brad Evans (PNL) at 32s; 9. Michael Torckler (BZD) at 38s; 10. Alex West (TSR) at 39s; 11. Taylor Gunman (KAP) at 43s; 12. Max Jones (TSR) at 48s; 13. Nick Kergozou (PMK) at 48s; 14. Ethan Batt (MGH) at 51s; 15. Roman Van Uden (PNL) at 52s; 16. Andy Hagan (WWS) at 56s; 17. Mike Cuming (AVE) at 59s; 18. Ben Robertson (TPS) at 59s; 19. Joel Yates (TSR) at 01m04s; 20. Cyrus Monk (KAP) at 01m05s; 21. Jared Gray (PMK) at 01m05s; 22. Joshua Scott (CLM) at 01m07s; 23. Jake Marryatt (CST) at 01m10s; 24. Sam Mobberley (ITM) at 01m11s; 25. Rob Scarlett (AVE) at 01m15s;
Overall Standings
1. James Piccoli (KAP) 18h37m36s; 2. Michael Vink (MGH) at 35s; 3. Michael Torckler (BZD) at 01m10s; 4. Raphael Freienstein (AVE) at 03m02s; 5. Alex West (TSR) at 04m10s; 6. Brad Evans (PNL) at 04m12s; 7. Taylor Gunman (KAP) at 04m35s; 8. James Fouche (CLM) at 04m43s; 9. Ryan Christensen (KAP) at 05m24s; 10. Sam Mobberley (ITM) at 05m25s; 11. Jake Marryatt (CST) at 06m03s; 12. Paul Odlin (PNL) at 07m08s; 13. Boris Clark (CST) at 07m30s; 14. Kane Richards (ITM) at 07m37s; 15. Mike Cuming (AVE) at 08m16s; 16. Andy Hagan (WWS) at 08m21s; 17. Ben Andrews (AVE) at 08m33s; 18. Tim Rush (MGH) at 09m08s; 19. Richard Randall (GLS) at 09m23s; 20. Carne Groube (CBW) at 09m48s; 21. Nick Kergozou (PMK) at 09m55s; 22. Campbell Pithie (ITM) at 10m49s; 23. Cyrus Monk (KAP) at 11m29s; 24. Matt Ross (PNL) at 11m33s; 25. Roman Van Uden (PNL) at 11m37s;
Team Overall
1. Kia Motors - Ascot Park Hotel 56h02m57s; 2. Aardvark Excavators Ltd at 04m55s; 3. Powernet at 07m03s; 4. Mike Greer Homes at 13m27s; 5. Team Skoda Racing at 13m41s; 6. ITM at 13m41s; 7. Calder Stewart at 19m02s; 8. Wheelworks Handcrafted Wheels at 28m18s; 9. Blindz Direct at 28m53s; 10. Giant Lakeside at 31m40s;
Sprints
1. James Williamson (CLM) 31; 2. Alexander Ray (WWS) 30; 3. Morgan Smith (AVE) 23; 4. Paul Wright (CBW) 19; 5. Michael Vink (MGH) 15; 6. James Fouche (CLM) 15; 7. Mike Cuming (AVE) 12; 8. Mathew Zenovich (MGH) 12; 9. Matt Ross (PNL) 12; 10. Josh Kuysten (BZD) 11;
King of Mountains
1. James Piccoli (KAP) 28; 2. Ben Barry (CLM) 26; 3. Logan Griffin (TGB) 25; 4. Michael Torckler (BZD) 16; 5. Michael Vink (MGH) 13; 6. Andy Hagan (WWS) 10; 7. Eric Marcotte (KAP) 10; 8. Brendan Cole (ITM) 8; 9. Joshua Scott (CLM) 8; 10. Florian Barket (TSR) 8;


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