2005 Tirreno–Adriatico

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2005 Tirreno–Adriatico
, race 40
Race details
Dates March 9–March 15
Stages 7
Distance 1,214.4 km (754.6 mi)
Winning time 32h 37' 19"
Results
Jersey awarded to the overall winner Winner  Óscar Freire (ESP) (Rabobank)
  Second  Alessandro Petacchi (ITA) (Fassa Bortolo)
  Third  Danilo Hondo (GER) (Gerolsteiner)

Points  Óscar Freire (ESP) (Rabobank)
Mountains  José Luis Carrasco (ESP) (Illes Balears–Banesto)
  Team Ceramica Panaria–Navigare
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These are the results for the 2005 edition of the Tirreno–Adriatico race, a sprinter showdown won by then World Champion Óscar Freire.

Stages[edit]

09-03-2005: Civitavecchia, 160 km[edit]

Cyclist Team Time
1 Alessandro Petacchi Fassa Bortolo 4h 25'35"
2 Bernhard Eisel FDJeux s.t.
3 Robbie McEwen Davitamon-Lotto s.t.

10-03-2005: Civitavecchia-Tivoli, 181 km[edit]

Cyclist Team Time
1 Óscar Freire Rabobank 4h 45'36"
2 Ángel Vicioso Liberty Seguros s.t.
3 Laurent Brochard Bouygues Telecom s.t.

11-03-2005: Tivoli-Torricella, 228 km[edit]

Cyclist Team Time
1 Óscar Freire Rabobank 5h 52'07"
2 Laurent Brochard Bouygues Telecom s.t.
3 Danilo Hondo Gerolsteiner s.t.

12-03-2005: Teramo-Servigliano, 160 km[edit]

Cyclist Team Time
1 Óscar Freire Rabobank 4h 53'27"
2 Danilo Hondo Gerolsteiner s.t.
3 Fabrizio Guidi Phonak s.t.

13-03-2005: Saltara, 170.4 km[edit]

Cyclist Team Time
1 Servais Knaven Quick Step 4h 22'42"
2 Andrea Peron Team CSC + 17"
3 Pavel Padrnos Discovery Channel s.t.

14-03-2005: Civitanova Marche, 164 km[edit]

Cyclist Team Time
1 Alessandro Petacchi Fassa Bortolo 3h 53'40"
2 Óscar Freire Rabobank s.t.
3 Robbie McEwen Davitamon-Lotto s.t.

15-03-2005: San Benedetto del Tronto, 164 km[edit]

Cyclist Team Time
1 Alessandro Petacchi Fassa Bortolo 4h 23'22"
2 Mario Cipollini Liquigas s.t.
3 Danilo Hondo Gerolsteiner s.t.

General standings[edit]

Cyclist Team Time
1 Óscar Freire Rabobank 32h 37'19"
2 Alessandro Petacchi Fassa Bortolo + 9"
3 Danilo Hondo Gerolsteiner + 25"
4 Fabrizio Guidi Phonak s.t.
5 Laurent Brochard Bouygues Telecom + 33"
6 George Hincapie Discovery Channel + 36"
7 Ángel Vicioso Liberty Seguros + 37"
8 Markus Zberg Gerolsteiner + 40"
9 Patrice Halgand Crédit Agricole s.t.
10 Andreas Klier T-Mobile Team + 42"
  • Danilo Hondo was later disqualified for failing a doping test.

KOM classification[edit]

Cyclist Team
1 José Luis Carrasco Illes Balears

Points classification[edit]

Cyclist Team
1 Óscar Freire Rabobank

Best team[edit]

Team Country
1 Ceramica Panaria-Navigare Italy

External links[edit]