2007 Jelajah Malaysia

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2007 Jelajah Malaysia
2006–07 UCI Asia Tour
Race details
Dates6–12 January 2007
Distance863.8 km (536.7 mi)
Winning time18h 36' 09"
Winner  Mehdi Sohrabi (IRI) (Iran)
  Second  Hossein Askari (IRI) (Giant Asia Racing Team)
  Third  Thomas Just (DEN) (Denmark)

Points  Anuar Manan (MAS) (LeTua Cycling Team)
Mountains  Ghader Mizbani (IRI) (Giant Asia Racing Team)
  Team Giant Asia Racing Team
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The 2007 Jelajah Malaysia, a cycling stage race that took place in Malaysia. It was held from 6 to 12 January 2007. There were seven stages with a total of 863.8 kilometres. In fact, the race was sanctioned by the Union Cycliste Internationale as a 2.2 category race and was part of the 2006–07 UCI Asia Tour calendar.

Mehdi Sohrabi of Iran won the race, followed by Hossein Askari of Iran second and Thomas Just (cyclist) of Denmark third overall. Anuar Manan of Malaysia won the points classification and Ghader Mizbani of Iran won the mountains classification. Giant Asia Racing Team won the team classification.


Stage Date Start Finish Distance Stage Top 3
1 6 January Bentong Kuantan 194.7 km (121.0 mi) Japan Makoto Iijima
Hong Kong Lam Kai Tsun
Iran Mehdi Sohrabi
2 7 January Kuantan Kuala Terengganu 52 km (32.3 mi) Malaysia Mohamed Harrif Salleh
Netherlands Wim Spijkerboer
Germany Stefan Rothe
3 8 January Kuala Terengganu Kota Bharu 161.4 km (100.3 mi) Malaysia Anuar Manan
Japan Satoshi Hirose
Russia Serguei Kudentsov
4 9 January Jeli Gerik 139.3 km (86.6 mi) Iran Hossein Askari
Iran Mehdi Sohrabi
Iran Ghader Mizbani
5 10 January Sungai Petani Taiping 117.3 km (72.9 mi) Hong Kong Wong Kam-po
Russia Serguei Kudentsov
Iran Mehdi Sohrabi
6 11 January Ipoh Kuala Kubu Bharu 141.6 km (88.0 mi) Malaysia Anuar Manan
Russia Serguei Kudentsov
Hong Kong Wong Kam-po
7 12 January Putrajaya Criterium 57.5 km (35.7 mi) Taiwan Lai Kuan-hua
Japan Satoshi Hirose
United Arab Emirates Badr Mohamed Mirza Bani Hammad

Final standings[edit]

General classification[edit]

Rank Rider Team Time
1 Iran Mehdi Sohrabi Red jersey Iran 18h 36' 09"
2 Iran Hossein Askari Giant Asia Racing Team + 28"
3 Denmark Thomas Just (cyclist) Denmark + 03' 58"
4 Hong Kong Wong Kam-po Hong Kong Pro Cycling + 04' 02"
5 New Zealand Nathan Dahlberg New Zealand + 04' 13"
6 Iran Hossein Jahanbanian Iran + 04' 14"
7 Hong Kong Chan Chun Hing Hong Kong Pro Cycling s.t.
8 Republic of Ireland Paul Griffin Giant Asia Racing Team s.t.
9 Japan Yoshiyuki Abe Skil–Shimano + 04' 16"
10 Kazakhstan Vyacheslav Dyadichkin Polygon Sweet Nice s.t.

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