2010 Danmark Rundt

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2010 Danmark Rundt
Stage 6 with Jakob Fuglsang in yellow jersey (with red on shoulders at left)
Stage 6 with Jakob Fuglsang in yellow jersey (with red on shoulders at left)
Race details
Dates August 4 – August 8
Stages 6
Distance 835 km (518.8 mi)
Winning time 19h 03' 38"
Results
Jersey awarded to the overall winner Winner  Jakob Fuglsang (DEN) (Team Saxo Bank)
  Second  Svein Tuft (CAN) (Garmin-Transitions)
  Third  Matthew Busche (USA) (Radioshack)

Points  Matti Breschel (DEN) (Team Saxo Bank)
Mountains  Michael Reihs (DEN) (Designa Køkken-Blue Water)
Youth  Rasmus Guldhammer (DEN) (Team HTC Columbia)
  Team Team Saxo Bank
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The 2010 Danmark Rundt was a men's road bicycle race held from 4 to 8 August 2010. Danish rider Jakob Fuglsang of Team Saxo Bank captured the overall title. This was the third Danmark Rundt victory for Fuglsang, the most in the race's history. It was the 20th edition of the men's stage race, which was established in 1985.

Schedule[edit]

All stages were held within Denmark.

Stage Route Distance Date Winner
1 Holstebro > Holstebro 175 km August 4 Australia Matthew Goss
2 Vildbjerg > Randers 170 km August 5 Belgium Michael Van Stayen
3 Hadsten > Vejle 185 km August 6 Denmark Matti Breschel
4 Nyborg > Odense 100 km August 7 Australia Mark Renshaw
5 Middelfart > Middelfart 19.4 km August 7 Canada Svein Tuft
6 Høng > Rudersdal 185 km August 8 New Zealand Hayden Roulston

Teams[edit]

15 teams were invited to the 2010 Danmark Rundt: 4 teams were from the UCI ProTeams, 6 were UCI Professional Continental Teams and 5 were UCI Continental Teams.

UCI ProTeams UCI Professional Continental Teams UCI Continental Teams

Stages[edit]

Stage 1: HolstebroHolstebro (175 km)[edit]

The 2010 Danmark Rundt started in Holstebro. It was a flat stage and it ended in a mass sprint. Some of the favorites crashed a few kilometres from the finish because of heavy rain.

Route: Holstebro–UlfborgThorsmindeLemvigStruer–Holstebro ending with 1 lap of 4.8 km.

Stage 1 Results
# Rider Team Time
1 Australia Matthew Goss Team HTC-Columbia 4h04'21"
2 Belgium Michael Van Stayen Topsport Vlaanderen-Mercator s.t.
3 Australia Mark Renshaw Team HTC-Columbia s.t.
4 Netherlands Kenny Van Hummel Skil-Shimano s.t.
5 Denmark Philip Nielsen Team Concordia s.t.
6 Netherlands Theo Bos Cervelo Test Team s.t.
7 Denmark Matti Breschel Team Saxo Bank s.t.
8 Belgium Pieter Vanspeybrouck Topsport Vlaanderen-Mercator s.t.
9 Denmark Lars Bak Team HTC-Columbia s.t.
10 New Zealand Hayden Roulston Team HTC-Columbia s.t.
Full result
General Classement after Stage 1
# Rider Team Time
1 Australia Matthew Goss Team HTC-Columbia 4h04'11"
2 Belgium Michael Van Stayen Topsport Vlaanderen-Mercator at 04"
3 Italy Manuel Belletti Colnago-CSF Inox at 04"
4 Australia Mark Renshaw Team HTC-Columbia at 06"
5 Netherlands Kenny Van Hummel Skil-Shimano at 10"
6 Denmark Philip Nielsen Team Concordia at 10"
7 Netherlands Theo Bos Cervelo Test Team at 10"
8 Denmark Matti Breschel Team Saxo Bank at 10"
9 Belgium Pieter Vanspeybrouck Topsport Vlaanderen-Mercator at 10"
10 Denmark Lars Bak Team HTC-Columbia at 10"
Full result

Stage 2: VildbjergRanders (170 km)[edit]

The second stage was a flat stage with some small hills, but perfect for a sprint finish.

Route: Vildbjerg–HerningIkastKarupViborgBjerringbro–Randers

Stage 2 Results
# Rider Team Time
1 Belgium Michael Van Stayen Topsport Vlaanderen-Mercator 3h59'08"
2 Denmark Matti Breschel Team Saxo Bank s.t.
3 Belgium Bert De Backer Skil-Shimano s.t.
4 United Kingdom Jeremy Hunt Cervelo Test Team s.t.
5 Italy Manuel Belletti Colnago-CSF Inox s.t.
6 Australia Matthew Goss Team HTC-Columbia s.t.
7 Australia Mark Renshaw Team HTC-Columbia s.t.
8 United States Tyler Farrar Garmin-Transitions s.t.
9 Denmark Rasmus Guldhammer Team HTC-Columbia s.t.
10 Italy Sacha Modolo Colnago-CSF Inox s.t.
Full result
General Classement after Stage 2
# Rider Team Time
1 Belgium Michael Van Stayen Topsport Vlaanderen-Mercator 8h03'13"
2 Australia Matthew Goss Team HTC-Columbia at 05"
3 Denmark Matti Breschel Team Saxo Bank at 10"
4 Italy Manuel Belletti Colnago-CSF Inox at 10"
5 Australia Mark Renshaw Team HTC-Columbia at 11"
6 Belgium Bert De Backer Skil-Shimano at 12"
7 Denmark Rasmus Guldhammer Team HTC-Columbia at 16"
8 Netherlands Koen De Kort Skil-Shimano at 16"
9 Denmark Lars Bak Team HTC-Columbia at 16"
10 Denmark Jakob Fuglsang Team Saxo Bank at 16"
Full result

Stage 3: HadstenVejle (185 km)[edit]

The third stage was the king stage of 2010 Post Danmark Rundt.

Route: Hadsten–HammelGjernSilkeborgYding SkovhøjUldum–Vejle

Stage 3 Results
# Rider Team Time
1 Denmark Matti Breschel Team Saxo Bank 4h26'12"
2 Denmark Jakob Fuglsang Team Saxo Bank s.t.
3 Netherlands Joost van Leijen Vacansoleil at 17"
4 Denmark Troels Rønning Vinther Glud & Marstrand at 21"
5 Spain Xavier Florencio Cervelo Test Team at 22"
6 Russia Sergey Firsanov Team Designa Køkken at 22"
7 Netherlands Koen De Kort Skil-Shimano at 25"
8 Australia Richie Porte Team Saxo Bank at 25"
9 Canada Svein Tuft Garmin-Transitions at 25"
10 Belgium Sep Vanmarcke Topsport Vlaanderen-Mercator at 28"
Full result
General Classement after Stage 3
# Rider Team Time
1 Denmark Matti Breschel Team Saxo Bank 12h29'25"
2 Denmark Jakob Fuglsang Team Saxo Bank at 10"
3 Netherlands Joost van Leijen Vacansoleil at 29"
4 Spain Xavier Florencio Cervelo Test Team at 38"
5 Russia Sergey Firsanov Team Designa Køkken at 38"
6 Netherlands Koen De Kort Skil-Shimano at 41"
7 Canada Svein Tuft Garmin-Transitions at 41"
8 Belgium Sep Vanmarcke Topsport Vlaanderen-Mercator at 41"
9 Denmark Martin Mortensen Vacansoleil at 45"
10 Denmark Rasmus Guldhammer Team HTC-Columbia at 48"
Full result

Stage 4: NyborgOdense (105 km)[edit]

A short sprinters stage, with the race moving to Funen.

Route: Nyborg–KertemindeMunkeboLangeskov–Odense

Stage 4 Results
# Rider Team Time
1 Australia Mark Renshaw Team HTC-Columbia 2h07'18"
2 Australia Matthew Goss Team HTC-Columbia s.t.
3 Netherlands Theo Bos Cervelo Test Team s.t.
4 Netherlands Pim Ligthart Vacansoleil at 2"
5 Italy Pierpaolo De Negri ISD-Neri at 2"
6 Italy Sacha Modolo Colnago-CSF Inox at 2"
7 Netherlands Kenny Van Hummel Skil Shimano at 2"
8 Belgium Gorik Gardeyn Vacansoleil at 2"
9 Denmark Marc Hester Team Post Danmark at 2"
10 Denmark Matti Breschel Team Saxo Bank at 2"
Full result
General Classement after Stage 4
# Rider Team Time
1 Denmark Matti Breschel Team Saxo Bank 14h36'45"
2 Denmark Jakob Fuglsang Team Saxo Bank at 10"
3 Netherlands Joost van Leijen Vacansoleil at 29"
4 Spain Xavier Florencio Cervelo Test Team at 38"
5 Russia Sergey Firsanov Team Designa Køkken at 38"
6 Netherlands Koen De Kort Skil-Shimano at 41"
7 Canada Svein Tuft Garmin-Transitions at 41"
8 Belgium Sep Vanmarcke Topsport Vlaanderen-Mercator at 41"
9 Denmark Martin Mortensen Vacansoleil at 45"
10 Denmark Rasmus Guldhammer Team HTC-Columbia at 48"
Full result

Stage 5: Middelfart (19,4 km)[edit]

The fifth stage was the only individual time trial in the 2011 race. It took place around Middelfart on Funen.

Stage 5 Results
# Rider Team Time
1 Canada Svein Tuft Garmin-Transitions 23'20"
2 Australia Richie Porte Team Saxo Bank 00"
3 Denmark Jakob Fuglsang Team Saxo Bank 04"
4 Netherlands Lieuwe Westra Vacansoleil 15"
5 New Zealand Hayden Roulston Team HTC-Columbia 38"
6 Germany Patrick Gretsch Team HTC-Columbia 39"
7 Sweden Alexander Wetterhall Cervelo Test Team 44"
8 New Zealand Jesse Sergent Radioshack 50"
9 Denmark Michael Mørkøv Team Saxo Bank 51"
10 Netherlands Jens Mouris Vacansoleil 56"
Full result
General Classement after Stage 5
# Rider Team Time
1 Denmark Jakob Fuglsang Team Saxo Bank 15h00'19"
2 Canada Svein Tuft Garmin-Transitions at 27"
3 United States Matthew Busche Radioshack at 1'35"
4 Denmark Martin Mortensen Vacansoleil at 1'38"
5 Denmark Rasmus Guldhammer Team HTC-Columbia at 1'45"
6 Denmark Matti Breschel Team Saxo Bank at 1'45"
7 Russia Sergey Firsanov Team Designa Køkken at 1'45"
8 Denmark Lars Bak Team HTC-Columbia at 1'48"
9 Ukraine Maxim Belkov ISD-Neri at 1'51"
10 Netherlands Joost van Leijen Vacansoleil at 1'59"
Full result

Stage 6: HøngRudersdal (185 km)[edit]

The last stage followed the same route was the 2011 UCI World Championship.

Route: Høng–DianalundMerløseSkibbyFrederikssundFarum–Rudersdal

Stage 6 Results
# Rider Team Time
1 New Zealand Hayden Roulston Team HTC-Columbia 4h03'17"
2 Denmark Matti Breschel Team Saxo Bank at 2"
3 Italy Manuel Belletti Colnago-CSF Inox at 2"
4 Ukraine Maxim Belkov ISD-Neri at 2"
5 New Zealand Clinton Avery Radioshack at 2"
6 United States Tyler Farrar Garmin-Transitions at 2"
7 Australia Mark Renshaw Team HTC-Columbia at 2"
8 Belgium Bert De Backer Skil-Shimano at 2"
9 Netherlands Joost van Leijen Vacansoleil at 2"
10 Netherlands Theo Bos Cervelo Test Team at 2"
Full result
General Classement
# Rider Team Time
1 Denmark Jakob Fuglsang Team Saxo Bank 19h03'38"
2 Canada Svein Tuft Garmin-Transitions at 27"
3 United States Matthew Busche Radioshack at 1'35"
4 Denmark Martin Mortensen Vacansoleil at 1'38"
5 Denmark Matti Breschel Team Saxo Bank at 1'39"
6 Denmark Rasmus Guldhammer Team Saxo Bank at 1'45"
7 Russia Sergey Firsanov Team Designa Køkken at 1'45"
8 Denmark Lars Bak Team HTC-Columbia at 1'48"
9 Ukraine Maxim Belkov ISD-Neri at 1'51"
10 Netherlands Joost van Leijen Vacansoleil at 1'59"
Full result

Classification leadership[edit]

Stage Winner General classification
Jersey yellow.svg
Points classification
Jersey red.svg
Mountains classification
Polkadot jersey
Young rider classification
Jersey white.svg
Team classification
1 Matthew Goss Matthew Goss Matthew Goss Manuel Belletti Michael Van Stayen Team HTC–Columbia
2 Michael Van Stayen Michael Van Stayen Michael Van Stayen Michael Tronborg Kristensen
3 Matti Breschel Matti Breschel Matti Breschel Sep Vanmarcke Team Saxo Bank
4 Mark Renshaw
5 Svein Tuft Jakob Fuglsang Rasmus Guldhammer
6 Hayden Roulston Michael Reihs
Final Jakob Fuglsang Matti Breschel Michael Reihs Rasmus Guldhammer Team Saxo Bank