1. (1) Quick Step ↔
Any questions? Didn't think so.
2. (3) Cervélo Test Team ↑
Yes we can! Knights of é on pace to get on every podium that matters this year.
3. (2) Team Columbia-High Road ↓
In danger of becoming a one-trick pony? There's more to racing than setting up your bunch sprinter.
4. (4) Silence-Lotto ↔
Dominated the race for Quick Step's leftovers. Nobody had more riders patrolling the front of Group 3.
5. (6) Team Katusha ↑
Not a one-man team! A two-man team! Poor Pippo... if only he had a ferocious Belgian teammate to do his winning for him.
6. (7) Rabobank ↑
Bad luck today? Or is this what happens when lack of preparation meets lack of opportunity?
7. (5) Saxo Bank ↓
Strange to see them do so little. But it's also bound to be different next weekend.
8. (10) Garmin ↑
Experience means a lot in this race, and Maaskant is gaining very valuable experience, very quickly.
9. (9) Liquigas ↔
Either Kuschinsky or Quinziato on the front most of the day. Willems wins Driedaagse. If you saw that coming... no you didn't.
10. (NR) Vacansoleil ↑
Three guys in the top 21? Good enough for third-best Belgian team best Dutch team performance.