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Giro D Italia stage 6 results

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16:41 CEST    
That was Allan Davis for quick step in second, ahead of Pozzato and Goss.

16:45 CEST    
Matt Goss was up there, ahead of Philippe Gilbert and Gasparotto... and who else? Mick Rogers. Great effort for Columbia's GC man.

16:46 CEST    
Lövkvist was up there in the same group as Di Luca, and maintains second place.

16:49 CEST    
Another exciting finish for the first week of the Giro d'Italia! Can you believe we're only a week in? Tomorrow is another insanely long day, 244km of mostly false flat with a fun 35km descent to the finish.

16:52 CEST    
Thanks for reading, and thanks to Susan Westemeyer for doing all the hard work on commentating before the television coverage came on!

16:54 CEST    
We'll leave you now as the gruppetto spins its way to the finish still almost 10 minutes in arrears. Arrivederci!

Provisional results

1 Michele Scarponi (Serramenti PVC Diquigiovanni-Androni Giocattoli)    5.49.55 2 Edvald Boasson Hagen (Team Columbia - Highroad)                          0.32 3 Allan Davis (Quick Step)                                                      4 Filippo Pozzato (Team Katusha)                                                5 Matthew Goss (Team Saxo Bank)                                                 6 Philippe Gilbert (Silence-Lotto)                                              7 Enrico Gasparotto (Lampre - N.G.C.)                                           8 Michael Rogers (Team Columbia - Highroad)                                0.36 9 Danilo Di Luca (LPR Brakes - Farnese Vini)                                    10 Tadej Valjavec (AG2R La Mondiale)                                            11 Jackson Rodriguez (Serramenti PVC Diquigiovanni-Androni Giocattoli)          12 Christopher Horner (Astana)                                                  13 Thomas Rohregger (Team Milram)                                               14 Eduard Vorganov (Xacobeo Galicia)                                              

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