This is the second day of confused stage results in this year's Dodge Tour de Georgia. Lots of outlets initially reported that Jose-Luis Rubiera finished second in the stage, but now many sites and publications are reporting that it was in fact Viatcheslav Ekimov.
The other issue was that the fixed wing signal relays (airplanes) were grounded today, due to the extremely bad weather. One reporter in the Media Center said that with 20k to go in the stage there was still no access to race radio, which meant that most "live" report sites had spotty information.
The big video screen that was across from the Gold Museum in the center of Dahlonega didn't have a live feed until about 1 mile before the finish.