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|2011 UCI World Tour, race 6 of 27|
Tom Boonen riding at Kemmelberg.
|Distance||219 km (136.1 mi)|
The 2011 Gent–Wevelgem was the 73rd running of the Gent–Wevelgem cycling race, held on 27 March 2011. Quick-Step's Tom Boonen won the race in a sprint finish ahead of Leopard Trek rider Daniele Bennati and Tyler Farrar of Garmin–Cervélo.
As this is a UCI World Tour event, the organisers are obliged to give a place to each of the 18 ProTour teams. They also invited 7 wild card teams, indicated with an asterisk below. Each of the 25 teams were permitted up to eight riders: 196 riders began the race.
|Cyclist||Team||Time||UCI World Tour
|1||Tom Boonen (BEL)||Quick-Step||4h 35' 00"||80|
|2||Daniele Bennati (ITA)||Leopard Trek||s.t.||60|
|3||Tyler Farrar (USA)||Garmin–Cervélo||s.t.||50|
|4||André Greipel (GER)||Omega Pharma–Lotto||s.t.||40|
|5||Lloyd Mondory (FRA)||Ag2r–La Mondiale||s.t.||30|
|6||Mitchell Docker (AUS)||Skil–Shimano||s.t.||-|
|7||Bernhard Eisel (AUT)||HTC–Highroad||s.t.||14|
|8||Kristof Goddaert (BEL)||Ag2r–La Mondiale||s.t.||10|
|9||Lars Boom (NED)||Rabobank||s.t.||6|
|10||Baden Cooke (AUS)||Saxo Bank–SunGard||s.t.||2|
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