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2005 Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré

The 2005 Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré was the 57th edition of the Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré cycle race and was held from 5 June to 12 June 2005. The race started in Aix-les-Bains and finished in Sallanches. The race was won by Spanish rider Íñigo Landaluze,[1] who has given positive in a doping test but whose case is still under dispute.

2005 Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré
2005 UCI ProTour, race 14 of 28
Race details
Dates5–12 June 2005
Stages7 + Prologue
Distance1,149.4 km (714.2 mi)
Winning time28h 24' 46"
Results
Winner  Iñigo Landaluze (ESP) (Euskaltel–Euskadi)
  Second  Santiago Botero (COL) (Phonak)
  Third none

Points none
Mountains  Iván Gutiérrez (ESP) (Illes Balears–Caisse d'Epargne)
  Team Discovery Channel
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Contents

TeamsEdit

RouteEdit

Stage characteristics and winners[2]
Stage Date Course Distance Type Winner
P 5 June Aix-les-Bains 7.9 km (4.9 mi)   Individual time trial   George Hincapie (USA)
1 6 June Aix-les-Bains to Givors 224 km (139 mi)   Thor Hushovd (NOR)
2 7 June Givors to Chauffailles 187 km (116 mi)   Samuel Dumoulin (FRA)
3 8 June Roanne to Roanne 46.5 km (28.9 mi)   Individual time trial   Santiago Botero (COL)
4 9 June Tournon-sur-Rhône to Mont Ventoux 182 km (113 mi)   Alexander Vinokourov (KAZ)
5 10 June Vaison-la-Romaine to Grenoble 219 km (136 mi)   Axel Merckx (BEL)
6 11 June Albertville to Morzine-Avoriaz 155 km (96 mi)   Santiago Botero (COL)
7 12 June Morzine-Avoriaz to Sallanches 128 km (80 mi)   George Hincapie (USA)

StagesEdit

PrologueEdit

5 June 2005 — Aix-les-Bains, 7.9 km (4.9 mi), individual time trial (ITT)[4]
Prologue Result[5][6][7]
Rider Team Time
DSQ   George Hincapie (USA) Discovery Channel 9' 55"
DSQ   Levi Leipheimer (USA) Gerolsteiner + 1"
3   Andrey Kashechkin (KAZ) Crédit Agricole + 3"
4   Floyd Landis (USA) Phonak + 5"
DSQ   Lance Armstrong (USA) Discovery Channel + 6"
6   Óscar Pereiro (ESP) Phonak + 7"
7   Alberto Contador (ESP) Liberty Seguros–Würth + 9"
8   Davide Rebellin (ITA) Gerolsteiner + 13"
9   Iván Gutiérrez (ESP) Illes Balears–Caisse d'Epargne + 13"
10   Francisco José Lara (ESP) T-Mobile Team + 14"
General Classification after Prologue[5][7]
Rider Team Time
DSQ   George Hincapie (USA)    Discovery Channel 9' 55"
DSQ   Levi Leipheimer (USA) Gerolsteiner + 1"
3   Andrey Kashechkin (KAZ) Crédit Agricole + 3"
4   Floyd Landis (USA)   Phonak + 5"
DSQ   Lance Armstrong (USA) Discovery Channel + 6"
6   Óscar Pereiro (ESP)   Phonak + 7"
7   Alberto Contador (ESP)   Liberty Seguros–Würth + 9"
8   Davide Rebellin (ITA) Gerolsteiner + 13"
9   Iván Gutiérrez (ESP) Illes Balears–Caisse d'Epargne + 13"
10   Francisco José Lara (ESP) T-Mobile Team + 14"

Stage 1Edit

6 June 2005 — Aix-les-Bains to Givors, 224 km (139.2 mi)[8]
Stage 1 Result[5][9][10]
Rider Team Time
1   Thor Hushovd (NOR) Crédit Agricole 5h 10' 55"
2   Robert Hunter (RSA)   Phonak s.t.
3   Juan Antonio Flecha (ESP) Fassa Bortolo s.t.
4   Luke Roberts (AUS) Team CSC s.t.
5   Manuel Quinziato (ITA) Saunier Duval–Prodir s.t.
6   Mickaël Delage (FRA) Française des Jeux s.t.
7   Heinrich Haussler (GER) Gerolsteiner s.t.
8   Samuel Dumoulin (FRA) AG2R Prévoyance s.t.
9   Enrico Gasparotto (ITA) Liquigas–Bianchi s.t.
10   Koldo Fernández (BEL) Euskaltel–Euskadi s.t.
General Classification after Stage 1[5][9][10]
Rider Team Time
DSQ   George Hincapie (USA)   Discovery Channel 5h 20' 50"
DSQ   Levi Leipheimer (USA) Gerolsteiner + 1"
3   Andrey Kashechkin (KAZ) Crédit Agricole + 3"
4   Floyd Landis (USA)   Phonak + 5"
DSQ   Lance Armstrong (USA) Discovery Channel + 6"
6   Óscar Pereiro (ESP)   Phonak + 7"
7   Alberto Contador (ESP) Liberty Seguros–Würth + 9"
8   Iván Gutiérrez (ESP) Illes Balears–Caisse d'Epargne + 13"
9   Davide Rebellin (ITA) Gerolsteiner + 13"
10   Francisco José Lara (ESP) T-Mobile Team + 14"

Stage 2Edit

7 June 2005 — Givors to Chauffailles, 187 km (116.2 mi)[11]
Stage 2 Result[5][12][13]
Rider Team Time
1   Samuel Dumoulin (FRA) AG2R Prévoyance 4h 47' 06"
2   Anthony Charteau (FRA) Bouygues Télécom s.t.
3   Frédéric Finot (FRA) Française des Jeux s.t.
4   Frédéric Bessy (FRA) Cofidis s.t.
5   Robert Hunter (RSA)   Phonak + 3' 16"
6   Thor Hushovd (NOR)   Crédit Agricole + 3' 16"
7   Stuart O'Grady (AUS) Cofidis + 3' 16"
8   Juan Antonio Flecha (ESP) Fassa Bortolo + 3' 16"
9   Enrico Franzoi (ITA) Lampre–Caffita + 3' 16"
10   Enrico Gasparotto (ITA) Liquigas–Bianchi + 3' 16"
General Classification after Stage 2[5][12][13]
Rider Team Time
1   Samuel Dumoulin (FRA)     AG2R Prévoyance 10h 08' 06"
2   Frédéric Finot (FRA)   Française des Jeux + 20"
3   Anthony Charteau (FRA) Bouygues Télécom + 21"
4   Frédéric Bessy (FRA) Cofidis + 28"
DSQ   George Hincapie (USA) Discovery Channel + 3' 06"
DSQ   Levi Leipheimer (USA) Gerolsteiner + 3' 07"
7   Andrey Kashechkin (KAZ) Crédit Agricole + 3' 09"
8   Floyd Landis (USA) Phonak + 3' 11"
DSQ   Lance Armstrong (USA) Discovery Channel + 3' 12"
10   Óscar Pereiro (ESP) Phonak + 3' 13"

Stage 3Edit

8 June 2005 — Roanne to Roanne, 46.5 km (28.9 mi), individual time trial (ITT)[14]
Stage 3 Result[5][15][16]
Rider Team Time
1   Santiago Botero (COL) Phonak 1h 00' 06"
DSQ   Levi Leipheimer (USA) Gerolsteiner + 1"
DSQ   Lance Armstrong (USA) Discovery Channel + 26"
4   Floyd Landis (USA) Phonak + 39"
5   Alexander Vinokourov (KAZ) T-Mobile Team + 1' 00"
6   Óscar Pereiro (ESP) Phonak + 1' 09"
DSQ   George Hincapie (USA) Discovery Channel + 1' 11"
8   Marzio Bruseghin (ITA) Fassa Bortolo + 1' 14"
9   Iván Gutiérrez (ESP) Illes Balears–Caisse d'Epargne + 1' 16"
10   Sebastian Lang (GER) Gerolsteiner + 1' 19"
General Classification after Stage 3[5][15][16]
Rider Team Time
DSQ   Levi Leipheimer (USA)   Gerolsteiner 11h 11' 20"
2   Santiago Botero (COL)   Phonak + 12"
DSQ   Lance Armstrong (USA) Discovery Channel + 30"
4   Floyd Landis (USA)   Phonak + 42"
DSQ   George Hincapie (USA) Discovery Channel + 1' 09"
6   Alexander Vinokourov (KAZ) T-Mobile Team + 1' 12"
7   Óscar Pereiro (ESP)   Phonak + 1' 14"
8   Iván Gutiérrez (ESP) Illes Balears–Caisse d'Epargne + 1' 27"
9   Marzio Bruseghin (ITA) Fassa Bortolo + 1' 36"
10   Sebastian Lang (GER) Gerolsteiner + 1' 43"

Stage 4Edit

9 June 2005 — Tournon-sur-Rhône to Mont Ventoux, 182 km (113.1 mi)[17]
Stage 4 Result[5][18][19]
Rider Team Time
1   Alexander Vinokourov (KAZ) T-Mobile Team 4h 07' 23"
2   José Ángel Gómez Marchante (ESP) Saunier Duval–Prodir + 6"
3   Wim Van Huffel (BEL) Davitamon–Lotto + 16"
DSQ   Lance Armstrong (USA) Discovery Channel + 37"
5   Floyd Landis (USA)   Phonak + 41"
6   Andrey Kashechkin (KAZ) Crédit Agricole + 43"
DSQ   Levi Leipheimer (USA)   Gerolsteiner + 46"
8   Iñigo Landaluze (ESP) Euskaltel–Euskadi + 1' 31"
9   Nicolas Fritsch (FRA) Saunier Duval–Prodir + 1' 36"
10   David Moncoutié (FRA) Cofidis + 1' 45"
General Classification after Stage 4[5][18][19]
Rider Team Time
DSQ   Levi Leipheimer (USA)    Gerolsteiner 15h 19' 29"
DSQ   Lance Armstrong (USA) Discovery Channel + 21"
3   Alexander Vinokourov (KAZ)   T-Mobile Team + 26"
4   Floyd Landis (USA)   Phonak + 47"
5   Andrey Kashechkin (KAZ) Crédit Agricole + 2' 00"
6   Santiago Botero (COL)   Phonak + 2' 25"
7   José Ángel Gómez Marchante (ESP) Saunier Duval–Prodir + 2' 53"
8   Marzio Bruseghin (ITA) Fassa Bortolo + 3' 07"
9   Óscar Pereiro (ESP)   Phonak + 3' 16"
10   David Moncoutié (FRA) Cofidis + 3' 45"

Stage 5Edit

10 June 2005 — Vaison-la-Romaine to Grenoble, 219 km (136.1 mi)[20]
Stage 5 Result[5][21][22]
Rider Team Time
1   Axel Merckx (BEL) Davitamon–Lotto 5h 15' 01"
2   Iñigo Landaluze (ESP) Euskaltel–Euskadi + 2' 15"
3   Benjamín Noval (ESP) Discovery Channel + 5' 45"
4   Eddy Mazzoleni (ITA) Lampre–Caffita + 5' 45"
5   Paolo Bossoni (ITA) Fassa Bortolo + 6' 15"
6   Sylvain Chavanel (FRA) Cofidis + 6' 15"
7   Rafael Casero (ESP) Saunier Duval–Prodir + 6' 15"
8   Mario Aerts (BEL) Davitamon–Lotto + 6' 17"
9   Francis Mourey (FRA) Française des Jeux + 6' 18"
10   Thor Hushovd (NOR) Crédit Agricole + 7' 32"
General Classification after Stage 5[5][21][22]
Rider Team Time
1   Iñigo Landaluze (ESP)   Euskaltel–Euskadi 20h 41' 15"
2   Axel Merckx (BEL) Davitamon–Lotto + 2' 32"
DSQ   Levi Leipheimer (USA)   Gerolsteiner + 2' 51"
DSQ   Lance Armstrong (USA) Discovery Channel + 3' 12"
5   Alexander Vinokourov (KAZ)   T-Mobile Team + 3' 17"
6   Floyd Landis (USA)   Phonak + 3' 38"
7   Andrey Kashechkin (KAZ) Crédit Agricole + 4' 51"
8   Santiago Botero (COL)   Phonak + 5' 16"
9   José Ángel Gómez Marchante (ESP) Saunier Duval–Prodir + 5' 44"
10   Marzio Bruseghin (ITA) Fassa Bortolo + 5' 58"

Stage 6Edit

11 June 2005 — Albertville to Morzine-Avoriaz, 155 km (96.3 mi)[23]
Stage 6 Result[5][24][25]
Rider Team Time
1   Santiago Botero (COL)   Phonak 4h 30' 54"
2   David Moncoutié (FRA) Cofidis + 23"
3   Francisco Mancebo (ESP) Illes Balears–Caisse d'Epargne + 53"
4   Christophe Moreau (FRA) Crédit Agricole + 58"
5   Marzio Bruseghin (ITA) Fassa Bortolo + 2' 27"
6   Alexander Vinokourov (KAZ) T-Mobile Team + 2' 50"
DSQ   Lance Armstrong (USA) Discovery Channel + 2' 52"
8   David Arroyo (ESP) Illes Balears–Caisse d'Epargne + 2' 52"
9   José Ángel Gómez Marchante (ESP) Saunier Duval–Prodir + 2' 52"
DSQ   Levi Leipheimer (USA) Gerolsteiner + 2' 52"
General Classification after Stage 6[5][24][25]
Rider Team Time
1   Iñigo Landaluze (ESP)   Euskaltel–Euskadi 25h 16' 36"
2   Santiago Botero (COL)    Phonak + 49"
3   Levi Leipheimer (USA) Gerolsteiner + 1' 16"
4   Lance Armstrong (USA) Discovery Channel + 1' 37"
5   Alexander Vinokourov (KAZ) T-Mobile Team + 1' 40"
6   David Moncoutié (FRA) Cofidis + 2' 32"
7   Floyd Landis (USA)   Phonak + 3' 13"
8   Marzio Bruseghin (ITA) Fassa Bortolo + 3' 58"
9   Christophe Moreau (FRA) Crédit Agricole + 4' 01"
10   Andrey Kashechkin (KAZ) Crédit Agricole + 4' 07"

Stage 7Edit

12 June 2005 — Morzine-Avoriaz to Sallanches, 128 km (79.5 mi)[26]
Stage 7 Result[1][5][27]
Rider Team Time
DSQ   George Hincapie (USA) Discovery Channel 3h 07' 10"
2   Yaroslav Popovych (UKR) Discovery Channel s.t.
DSQ   Lance Armstrong (USA) Discovery Channel + 22"
4   Alexander Vinokourov (KAZ) T-Mobile Team + 22"
5   Santiago Botero (COL)    Phonak + 22"
DSQ   Levi Leipheimer (USA) Gerolsteiner + 22"
7   David Moncoutié (FRA) Cofidis + 24"
8   Wim Van Huffel (BEL) Davitamon–Lotto + 24"
9   José Ángel Gómez Marchante (ESP) Saunier Duval–Prodir + 45"
10   Francisco Mancebo (ESP) Illes Balears–Caisse d'Epargne + 59"
General Classification after Stage 7[1][5][27]
Rider Team Time
1   Iñigo Landaluze (ESP)   Euskaltel–Euskadi 28h 24' 46"
2   Santiago Botero (COL) Phonak + 11"
DSQ   Levi Leipheimer (USA) Gerolsteiner + 38"
DSQ   Lance Armstrong (USA)    Discovery Channel + 59"
5   Alexander Vinokourov (KAZ) T-Mobile Team + 1' 02"
6   David Moncoutié (FRA) Cofidis + 1' 56"
7   José Ángel Gómez Marchante (ESP) Saunier Duval–Prodir + 3' 54"
8   Marzio Bruseghin (ITA) Fassa Bortolo + 3' 58"
9   Andrey Kashechkin (KAZ) Crédit Agricole + 5' 04"
10   Francisco Mancebo (ESP) Illes Balears–Caisse d'Epargne + 6' 20"

Classification leadership tableEdit

ReferencesEdit

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