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Lange goes green in Malaysia
- Updated: May 3, 2010
Road cycling veteran Olympian Malcolm Lange ended a successful Jelajah Malaysia 2010 when he finished fifth overall in the final placings following the long and arduous 195.6km final fifth stage in Kuala Lumpur at the weekend.
David McCann of the Giant Asia racing team kept his yellow jersey intact to win the individual crown as Le Tua Cycling team took the overall team title after 800km of racing in just five days.
In the final stage, the bunch sprint for fifth was taken by Lange, extending and sealing his lead in the Points Competition. He ended 3min 31sec off the winner, having run up a total time of 19hr 00min 11sec. He took home the green sprinters’ jersey.
There was other good news for South Africa when Johann Rabie ended as runner-up in the King of the Mountains Competition, losing by just 1 point to Indonesia’s Matnur of the Poylgon Sweet Nice team
Team Medscheme enjoyed successes on stage two with Rabie winning, and then again on stage three, with Lange winning and Arran Brown in second position.