Stage 7 Stage Winners

PL Nat
Team Time
1 ITA Mareczko, Jakub WIL Team Wilier Triestina 3h23m45s
2 USA McCabe, Travis UHC UnitedHealthCare 3h23m45s
3 ITA Palini, Andrea ANS Androni Giocattoli 3h23m45s
4 KOR Seo, Joonyong KSP KSPO Bianchi Asia Procycling 3h23m45s
5 RSA Gibbons, Ryan DDD Team Dimension Data 3h23m45s


Enrico Barbin breaks the ice for Bardiani CSF
27th FEBRUARY 2017

MUAR: Just like Mekseb Debesay and Ryan Gibbons in the two previous stages, Italy’s Enrico Barbin opened his professional account at the 2017 Le Tour de Langkawi as he claimed his first victory at the age of 26 in Muar. He outsprinted Australia’s Anthony Giacoppo of IsoWhey Sports Swisswellness and his compatriot Filippo Pozzato from Wilier Triestina to deliver Bardiani CSF’s first win of the year and their first stage victory at LTdL since Marco Canola won solo in Kuantan in 2012.

The Italian squad managed by the Reverberis, father and son, is the oldest participant to LTdL, having made their first appearance as Scrigno in 1998 with five stage wins that year including the first ever as a pro for Alessandro Petacchi. MORE >>

Stage 6 - Senawang - Muar

Ryan Gibbons, the breakthrough
26th FEBRUARY 2017

KUALA KUBU BHARU : Race leader Ryan Gibbons of Dimension Data claimed his first pro victory at the end of stage 5 of the 22nd Le Tour de Langkawi in Kuala Kubu Baru where he outsprinted stage 3 winner Jakub Mareczko and stage 2 winner Travis McCabe. The 22 year old South African also increased his lead in the overall ranking from 11 to 23 seconds over Australia’s Cameron Bayly as he also collected two seconds bonus on the way. MORE >>

Debesay torments Cameron in the Cameron Highlands
25th FEBRUARY 2017

CAMERON HIGHLANDS : Dimension Data continued its winning streak with Eritrea’s Mekseb Debesay coming first atop the mythical Cameron Highlands, beating Australia’s Cameron Bayly by the length of a bike while Ryan Gibbons, third on the line only four seconds later, retained the yellow jersey and therefore gave the South African outfit a good chance to become the first team to win three Le Tour de Langkawi in a row after Youcef Reguigui and Reinardt Janse van Rensburg did so in 2015 and 2016. MORE >>

Jakub Mareczko avenges Filippo Pozzato
in stage 3

24th FEBRUARY 2017

PANTAI REMIS : Jakub “Kuba” Mareczko gave Wilier Triestina their first victory of the 2017 season in stage 3 of Le Tour de Langkawi at Pantai Remis the day after his team-mate Filippo Pozzato came close. The diminutive Italian outsprinted stage 1 winner Scott Sunderland who moved into the lead of the points classification whereas Ryan Gibbons of South Africa retained the yellow jersey ahead of the queen stage to the Cameron Highlands. MORE >>

Travis McCabe ruins Gibbons and Pozzato's dreams
23rd FEBRUARY 2017

GERIK : American outfit Unitedhealthcare continued its winning streak at Le Tour de Langkawi with Travis McCabe outsprinting Filippo Pozzato and Ryan Gibbons who became the new race leader on the slightly downhill finish in Gerik in the state of Perak in northern Malaysia. They previously won a stage in 2014 with Bradley White and in 2016 with John Murphy. MORE >>

Scott Sunderland suggests Azizul Hasni Awang could also win at LTdL
22nd FEBRUARY 2017

KUALA TERENGGANU : Former keirin rider Scott Sunderland from Australia won stage 1 of the 2017 Le Tour de Langkawi in Kuala Terengganu and thus followed the path of Dutchman Theo Bos who also successfully made the transition from sprinting on the track to sprinting on the road. MORE >>

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