2010 Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec

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2010 Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec
2010 UCI World Ranking, race 24 of 26
Race details
Dates September 10
Stages 1
Distance 189 km (117.4 mi)
Winning time 4h 35' 26"
Results
  Winner  Thomas Voeckler (FRA) (Bbox Bouygues Telecom)
  Second  Edvald Boasson Hagen (NOR) (Team Sky)
  Third  Robert Gesink (NED) (Rabobank)
2011 →

The 2010 Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec was the first edition of the Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec, one-day professional bicycle road race held in Québec City, Quebec, Canada. It was held on September 10 as the penultimate event in the 2010 UCI ProTour. With the 2010 Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal held two days later on September 12, 2010, the 2010 edition was one of only two stops in North America for the 2010 UCI ProTour.[1] It is part of the UCI World Ranking.

Course[edit]

The course consisted of 15 laps a 12 km circuit. During the International Cycling Union's visit in 2009, they ranked the course as "demanding" from a technical point of view as Québec City is very hilly, and "exceptional" for the beauty of its setting.

This circuit was well-suited for climbers and those who are used to steep descents. The finish was on an uphill climb.

Le Château Frontenac is located in the heart of Old Québec and is the official hotel for cyclists of the 2010 Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec

Teams[edit]

Twenty One teams had been invited to the 2010 Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec

Teams from the UCI Pro Tour

Teams awarded a wildcard invitation

Results[edit]

Cyclist Team Time UCI World Ranking
Points
1  Thomas Voeckler (FRA) Bbox Bouygues Telecom 4h 35' 26" 80
2  Edvald Boasson Hagen (NOR) Team Sky + 2" 60
3  Robert Gesink (NED) Rabobank + 2" 50
4  Ryder Hesjedal (CAN) Garmin–Transitions + 2" 40
5  Staf Scheirlinckx (BEL) Omega Pharma–Lotto + 2" 30
6  Alessandro Ballan (ITA) BMC Racing Team + 2" 20
7  Fabian Wegmann (GER) Team Milram + 2" 10
8  Maxime Monfort (BEL) Team HTC–Columbia + 2" 8
9  Francesco Reda (ITA) Quick-Step + 2" 6
10  Damiano Cunego (ITA) Lampre–Farnese + 2" 2

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