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Old 11-06-12, 22:25
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Atlas Personal signs:

Kanstantin Klimiankou (BLR)
Maksym Averin (UKR)
Oleksandr Polivoda (UKR)
Mathieu Chiocca (FRA)
Giorgio Brambilla (ITA)

http://www.cyclismactu.net/news-tran...nal-28690.html

The signing of Brambilla might be a sign that LEOPARD TREK CT may not continue anymore. Since it was basically created for Jungels, who has now passed pro, it has served its purpose. There are no other Luxembourg talents at the moment. Kirsch looks promising, but not like the winner type. Its other main leaders Julian Kern and Aleksandr Pliuschin were able to step up too, so for some riders it really worked as a stepping stone. Brambilla had a lot of podium placings but only one win IIANM. Going to Atlas Personal is not really a step up from LEOPARD TREK.
Its a shame, I think Brambilla has quite some potential for flandrien races, he is good in the cobbles and good in the wind. But he will not ride any of them with team Atlas.
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Old 11-06-12, 22:35
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I'm a bit surprised Klimiankou has gone there too, thought he could have gone somewhere where he'll get a bit more progression too.
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Old 11-07-12, 09:12
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This team is getting more and more ridiculous.
I didn't like them to begin with, but now I can't stand them.
Clutching for every opportunity to get into the media.
Other teams would just make a press release "we signed rider XY".
Maybe they just don't know who it is they've signed...
I mean, surely they aren't gonna wait with revealing it until someone has guessed it...
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Old 11-07-12, 10:52
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Gerdemann is leaving RSNT, according to rtl.lu.

The team will have 28 riders next year, 6 are leaving the team and 4 will join.

Already confirmed leaving are Bennati, Zaugg, Wagner, Posthuma and Fuglsang. It appears Gerdemann is the sixth.

Joining are Kiserlovski, Jungels, Hondo and Devolder, although the last two have not been confirmed officially as far as I know

http://sport.rtl.lu/cyclissem/news/342629.html
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Old 11-07-12, 11:28
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Gerdemann is leaving RSNT, according to rtl.lu.

The team will have 28 riders next year, 6 are leaving the team and 4 will join.

Already confirmed leaving are Bennati, Zaugg, Wagner, Posthuma and Fuglsang. It appears Gerdemann is the sixth.

Joining are Kiserlovski, Jungels, Hondo and Devolder, although the last two have not been confirmed officially as far as I know

http://sport.rtl.lu/cyclissem/news/342629.html
so that means they renewed with oliveira, i was starting to get worried about him. i hope he finally starts delivering some results next year, it's about time even tho he is only 23 (turning 24 in march)
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Old 11-07-12, 11:52
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Atlas Personal signs:

Kanstantin Klimiankou (BLR)
Maksym Averin (UKR)
Oleksandr Polivoda (UKR)
Mathieu Chiocca (FRA)
Giorgio Brambilla (ITA)

http://www.cyclismactu.net/news-tran...nal-28690.html

The signing of Brambilla might be a sign that LEOPARD TREK CT may not continue anymore. Since it was basically created for Jungels, who has now passed pro, it has served its purpose. There are no other Luxembourg talents at the moment. Kirsch looks promising, but not like the winner type. Its other main leaders Julian Kern and Aleksandr Pliuschin were able to step up too, so for some riders it really worked as a stepping stone. Brambilla had a lot of podium placings but only one win IIANM. Going to Atlas Personal is not really a step up from LEOPARD TREK.
No, Leopard will continue, but as U-23 team. And I wouldn`t say Atlas is bad choice. They have good calendar for conti team. Better, then Leopard
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Old 11-07-12, 12:08
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ramon carretero to farnese vini. he's like the cannibal of panama. at age 21 he has already won the vuelta chiriqui and 4 tour de panama's! _O_

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Gerdemann is leaving RSNT, according to rtl.lu.

The team will have 28 riders next year, 6 are leaving the team and 4 will join.

Already confirmed leaving are Bennati, Zaugg, Wagner, Posthuma and Fuglsang. It appears Gerdemann is the sixth.

Joining are Kiserlovski, Jungels, Hondo and Devolder, although the last two have not been confirmed officially as far as I know

http://sport.rtl.lu/cyclissem/news/342629.html
Wagner's new team is?
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Old 11-07-12, 14:00
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Wagner's new team is?
Apparently the team formerly known as Rabobank
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Old 11-07-12, 19:31
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sorry if it is already posted earlier ...

Omega Pharma-Quick Step signs Colombia’s Carlos Verona
Garmin signs Van Hoff
Il mercato Italiano signs David Boily and Guillaume Boivin from SpiderTech
Lampre signs José Serpa, Maximiliano Ariel Richeze (from Nippo) and Roberto Ferrari (Androni)
Movistart adds Sylvester Szmyd

http://velonews.competitor.com/2012/...-lampre_264245
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