2018 Troféu Joaquim Agostinho

The 2018 Troféu Joaquim Agostinho–GP Internacional Torres Vedras was four-stage men's road cycling stage race that took place in the Centro region of Portugal between 12 and 15 July 2018. It was the 41st edition of the Troféu Joaquim Agostinho and was rated as a 2.2 event as part of the UCI Europe Tour.

2018 Troféu Joaquim Agostinho
2018 UCI Europe Tour
Race details
DatesJuly 12–15, 2018 (2018-07-12 – 2018-07-15)
Stages4
Distance486 km (302.0 mi)
Winning time12h 43' 38"
Results
Winner  José Fernandes (POR) (W52 / FC Porto)
  Second  Henrique Casimiro (POR) (Efapel)
  Third  Joni Brandão (POR) (Sporting / Tavira)

Points  Henrique Casimiro (POR) (Efapel)
Mountains  David de la Fuente (ESP) (Aviludo–Louletano)
Youth  José Fernandes (POR) (W52 / FC Porto)
Combination  David de la Fuente (ESP) (Aviludo–Louletano)
Sprints  Gotzon Udondo (ESP) (Euskadi–Murias)
  Team W52 / FC Porto
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TeamsEdit

The 20 teams invited to the race were:[1]

UCI Professional Continental teams

UCI Continental teams

Under 23 teams

  • Sicasal–Constantinos–Delta Cafés
  • Bai–Sicasal–Petro de Luanda
  • FGP–Cube–Bombarral
  • Fortuna–Maia
  • Aldro
  • ACDC Trofa–Trofense

StagesEdit

Stage characteristics and winners
Stage Date Course Distance Type Winner
P 12 July Turcifal 8 km (5 mi)   Individual time trial Rafael Reis
1 13 July Ventosa to Sobral de Monte Agraço 162 km (101 mi)   Hilly stage Cyril Barthe
2 14 July Serra d'El-Rei to Torres Vedras 144 km (89 mi)   Hilly stage Óscar Hernández
3 15 July Cadaval to Alto de Montejunto 172 km (107 mi)   Mountain stage Henrique Casimiro
Total 486 km (302 mi)

Classification leadershipEdit

Classification leadership by stage
Stage Winner General classification
 
Points classification
 
Mountains classification
 
Sprints classification   Young rider classification
 
Combination classification
 
Team classification
P Rafael Reis Rafael Reis no award no award no award José Fernandes no award W52 / FC Porto
1 Cyril Barthe José Fernandes Cyril Barthe Tiago Ferreira Gotzon Udondo Tiago Ferreira
2 Óscar Hernández Óscar Hernández Óscar Hernández David de la Fuente
3 Henrique Casimiro José Fernandes Henrique Casimiro David de la Fuente
Final José Fernandes Henrique Casimiro David de la Fuente Gotzon Udondo José Fernandes David de la Fuente W52 / FC Porto
  • In stage two, Nicholas Schultz, who was second in the young rider classification, wore the orange jersey, because first placed José Fernandes wore the yellow jersey as leader of the general classification.
  • In stage two, Nícolas Sessler, who was third in the combination classification, wore the black jersey, because first placed Tiago Ferreira wore the blue jersey as leader of the mountains classification and second placed Gotzon Udondo wore the white jersey as leader of the sprints classification.
  • In stage three, Cyril Barthe, who was second in the points classification, wore the grey jersey, because first placed Óscar Hernández wore the yellow jersey as leader of the general classification.

Final standingsEdit

Legend
  Denotes the winner of the general classification   Denotes the leader of the points classification
  Denotes the leader of the mountains classification   Denotes the winner of the young rider classification
  Denotes the leader of the sprints classification   Denotes the leader of the combination classification

General classificationEdit

Final general classification (1–10)
Rank Rider Team Time
1   José Fernandes (POR)     W52 / FC Porto 12h 43' 38"
2   Henrique Casimiro (POR) Efapel + 4"
3   Joni Brandão (POR) Sporting / Tavira + 5"
4   António Carvalho (POR) W52 / FC Porto + 36"
5   João Benta (POR) Rádio Popular–Boavista + 1' 12"
6   José Mendes (POR) Burgos BH + 1' 16"
7   Frederico Figueiredo (POR) Sporting / Tavira + 1' 33"
8   Óscar Hernández (ESP) Aviludo–Louletano + 1' 38"
9   Jesús del Pino (ESP) Efapel + 1' 46"
10   Cyril Barthe (FRA) Euskadi–Murias + 2' 02"

Points classificationEdit

Final points classification (1–10)
Rank Rider Team Points
1   Henrique Casimiro (POR)   Efapel 25
2   Óscar Hernández (ESP) Aviludo–Louletano 25
3   Cyril Barthe (FRA) Euskadi–Murias 25
4   Fabricio Ferrari (URU) Caja Rural–Seguros RGA 21
5   Joni Brandão (POR) Sporting / Tavira 20
6   António Barbio (POR) Miranda–Mortágua 18
7   José Fernandes (POR)     W52 / FC Porto 16
8   Ricardo Mestre (POR) W52 / FC Porto 16
9   Mikel Alonso (ESP) Fundación Euskadi 16
10   António Carvalho (POR) W52 / FC Porto 13

Mountains classificationEdit

Final mountains classification (1–10)
Rank Rider Team Points
1   David de la Fuente (ESP)     Aviludo–Louletano 30
2   Henrique Casimiro (POR) Efapel 30
3   Joni Brandão (POR) Sporting / Tavira 30
4   Tiago Ferreira (POR) W52 / FC Porto 24
5   António Carvalho (POR) W52 / FC Porto 22
6   José Fernandes (POR)     W52 / FC Porto 18
7   João Benta (POR) Rádio Popular–Boavista 16
8   Folkert Oostra (NED) Alecto Cycling Team 12
9   Gotzon Udondo (ESP)   Euskadi–Murias 9
10   Abe Celi (NED) Alecto Cycling Team 8

Sprints classificationEdit

Final mountains classification (1–10)
Rank Rider Team Points
1   Gotzon Udondo (ESP)   Euskadi–Murias 19
2   Paulo Silva (POR) LA Alumínios 16
3   Abe Celi (NED) Alecto Cycling Team 8
4   Marcos Jurado (ESP) Efapel 6
5   David de la Fuente (ESP)     Aviludo–Louletano 6
6   Marvin Sheulen (POR) Sicasal–Constantinos–Delta Cafés 6
7   Tiago Ferreira (POR) W52 / FC Porto 6
8   Nícolas Sessler (BRA) Burgos BH 4
9   Paulo Silva (POR) Fortuna–Maia 4
10   Mauricio Moreira (URU) Caja Rural–Seguros RGA 3

Young rider classificationEdit

Final young rider classification (1–10)
Rank Rider Team Time
1   José Fernandes (POR)     W52 / FC Porto 12h 43' 38"
2   Cyril Barthe (FRA) Euskadi–Murias + 2' 02"
3   Gonçalo Carvalho (POR) Miranda–Mortágua + 2' 49"
4   Marco Doets (NED) Alecto Cycling Team + 3' 16"
5   Tiago Antunes (POR) Aldro + 3' 44"
6   Nicholas Schultz (AUS) Caja Rural–Seguros RGA + 6' 59"
7   Julen Irizar (ESP) Euskadi–Murias + 7' 26"
8   Juan López-Cózar (ESP) Fundación Euskadi + 8' 04"
9   Daniel Zea (COL) Aldro + 8' 21"
10   Diogo Duarte (POR) Sicasal–Constantinos–Delta Cafés + 10' 47"

Combination classificationEdit

Final combination classification (1–10)
Rank Rider Team Points
1   David de la Fuente (ESP)     Aviludo–Louletano 33
2   Jesús del Pino (ESP) Efapel 36
3   Fabricio Ferrari (URU) Caja Rural–Seguros RGA 50
4   Sergio Rodríguez (ESP) Euskadi–Murias 68
5   Guillaume Almeida (POR) Fortuna–Maia 71
6   Abe Celi (NED) Alecto Cycling Team 72
7   Gotzon Udondo (ESP)   Euskadi–Murias 79
8   Tiago Ferreira (POR) W52 / FC Porto 84
9   Nícolas Sessler (BRA) Burgos BH 90
10   Marvin Sheulen (POR) Sicasal–Constantinos–Delta Cafés 102

Team classificationEdit

Final team classification (1–10)
Rank Team Time
1 W52 / FC Porto 38h 13' 27"
2 Sporting / Tavira + 4' 29"
3 Efapel + 5' 25"
4 Aviludo–Louletano + 6' 29"
5 Caja Rural–Seguros RGA + 9' 14"
6 Burgos BH + 10' 25"
7 Fundación Euskadi + 11' 29"
8 Miranda–Mortágua + 13' 39"
9 Euskadi–Murias + 14' 10"
10 Aldro + 17' 34"

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Lista de Participantes 2018 [2018 Startlist] (PDF). Troféu Joaquim Agostinho (in Portuguese). Classificações.net. 12 July 2018. Retrieved 15 August 2018.

External linksEdit