TEAM GENERAL CLASSIFICATION
UNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAM
 
GENERAL CLASSIFICATION   POINTS COMPETITION
 
1. REINARDT J V RENSBURG (DDD)
2. DANIEL ALEXANDER JARAMILLO DIEZ (UHC)
3. MIGUEL ANGEL LOPEZ MORENO (AST)
 
1. ANDREA GUARDINI (AST)
2. JAKUB MARECZKO (STH)
3. ANDREA PALINI (SKD)
 
POINTS COMPETITION   ASIAN RIDER OVERALL
 
1. WANG MEIYIN (HEN)
2. MIGUEL ANGEL LOPEZ MORENO (AST)
3. LOH SEA KEONG (MAS)
 
1. ADIQ HUSAINIE OTHMAN (TSG)
2. ITO MASAKAZU (AIS)
3. ZHAO JINGBIAO (HEN)
 


GUARDINI CROWNS IT ALL, JANSE VAN RENSBURG TOPS GC
2 March 2016

MELAKA - Andrea Guardini of Astana made it four as he also won the conclusive stage of the 2016 Le Tour de Langkawi in the middle of the historical attractions of Melaka while South Africa’s Reinardt Janse van Rensburg of Dimension Data took the overall classification of the 21st edition of Asia’s premier stage race.

A major event in stage 8 starting from Batu Pahat was the first intermediate sprint at Semerah, km 16. The winner was no less than yellow jersey wearer Janse van Rensburg. Interestingly, veteran climber Francisco Mancebo of Skydive Dubai was second, which enabled him to enter the top 5 overall while Luca Chirico of Bardiani-CSF moved up to the top 10 thanks to his third place at that point of the race.

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Interview with jersey winners
 
Stage 8 - Batu Pahat to Melaka Highlights


GUARDINI TURNS 21
1 March 2016

PARIT SULONG - Astana’s Andrea Guardini claimed his 21st victory at Le Tour de Langkawi in stage 7 of the 21st edition of the event. The Italian outsprinted his compatriots Jakub Mareczko of Southeast and Andrea Palini from Skydive Dubai in a tight finish at Parit Sulong where Reinardt Janse van Rensburg (Dimension Data) retained the overall lead on the eve of the grand finale in the historical city of Melaka.

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MARECZKO TAKES FIRST WIN, JANSE VAN RENSBURG MOVES INTO THE LEAD
29 February 2016

REMBAU - In a very eventful stage 6 in the 21st Le Tour de Langkawi, Jakub Mareczko of Southeast claimed his first ever victory in the Malaysian event he’s taking part in for the second time while a mechanical incident with 6km to go deprived Colombia’s Miguel Angel Lopez from Astana of the overall lead. South Africa Reinardt Janse van Rensburg racing for Dimension Data took over although he was victim of a crash with 500 metres to go, which prevented him from contesting the stage victory he was looking for.

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GUARDINI MAKES IT TWENTY AT MOST PRESTIGIOUS STAGE FINISH LOCATION
28 February 2016

KUALA LUMPUR - Andrea Guardini became the first rider to reach the number of 20 stage victories at Le Tour de Langkawi – out of 37 in total in his six-year long pro career at the age of 26 – as he claimed the sprinters’ queen stage at Dataran Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur, making it four out of four on the race’s most prestigious venue.

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HOT FAVOURITE MIGUEL ANGEL LOPEZ MEETS EXPECTATIONS IN THE CAMERON HIGHLANDS
27 February 2016

TANAH RATA, CAMERON HIGHLANDS - Astana managed to complete the double task of winning flat and mountain stages with Miguel Angel Lopez reaching Tanah Rata in a brilliant solo effort after Andrea Guardini opened the record book of the 2016 Le Tour de Langkawi in Baling on day 1.

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JOHN MURPHY JOINS THE SPRINTERS’ CLUB
26 February 2016

KUALA KANGSAR - American cyclist John Murphy fended off the Italian sprinters on stage 3 of the 21st Le Tour de Langkawi as he proved himself faster and smarter than Francesco Chicchi, Jakub Mareczko and Andrea Guardini. The latter retained the yellow jersey of race leader ahead of the queen stage to the Cameron Highlands.

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PALINI VS GUARDINI: THE ANDREAS SHARE THE HONOURS IN PENANG
25 February 2016

GEORGETOWN, PENANG - Andrea Palini of Skydive Dubai outsprinted Astana’s Andrea Guardini on the finishing line in Georgetown on the occasion of an unprecedented stage finishing in Penang via the 24km long second bridge and the 5km long Teluk Bahang hill.

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ANDREA GUARDINI MAKES IT NINETEEN
24 February 2016

BALING - Italy’s Andrea Guardini of Astana fended off new opponents at Le Tour de Langkawi to claim his nineteenth stage victory in six straight participations to the Malaysian race as he won stage 1 in Baling in a much expected bunch gallop. As they discovered the event for the first time, Australia’s Brenton Jones from Drapac and Skydive Dubai’s Andrea Palini who also hails from Italy came second and third respectively.

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