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14 Feb 2016 19:38

Tour of Qatar (2.HC)
BOHLI Tom 0

La Méditerranéenne (2.1)
BERNAL GOMEZ Egan Arley 7
CALMEJANE Lilian 36

Vuelta Ciclista a la Region de Murcia (1.1)
HERKLOTZ Silvio 0

43 points. Nice showings from Bernal and Calmejane.

Tour of Oman (2.HC)
MÜHLBERGER Gregor

Volta ao Algarve em Bicicleta (2.1)
HERKLOTZ Silvio

Vuelta a Andalucia Ruta Ciclista Del Sol (2.1)
OOMEN Sam
TOLHOEK Antwan

Tour Cycliste International du Haut Var-matin (2.1)
BOHLI Tom
BONNAMOUR Franck
CALMEJANE Lilian
GAVIRIA RENDON Fernando

Pretty impressive. I'm most excited for Mühlbergers professional debut.
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Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2016

15 Feb 2016 20:20

Update posted by DJW on Velorooms:



Update 3 - Jack hits the road, SKA strong in Qatar

Despite a strong performance from Team Sky denying him a second Herald Sun Tour title, Jack Haig significantly improved his tally for the year with 5th place on the general classification. Italian youngster Giulio Ciccone and Frenchman Lilian Calmejane put in promising performances in Etruschi / Laigueglia and La Méditerranéenne respectively whilst Filippo Ganna made us collectively look like idiots by dismissing pre-game doubts about his lack of contract and immediately matching his 2015 points total.

Bet it was Soren Kragh Andersen who put in perhaps the most impressive performance of the week, collecting a handful of top 10 finishes and taking 6th in the overall in Qatar.

Elsewhere, Michael Gogl (Dubai), Simone Petilli (Italy) and Keagan Girdlestone (SA champs) picked up important points for their teams.


Stage results:


1. Ben1376 154 (SKA, Ciccone, Calmejane)
2. hilltopfinisher_15 129 (Ciccone, Haig, Girdlestone, Petilli)
3. postmanhat 127 (SKA, Ciccone)
4. snccdcno 124 (Ciccone, Haig, Gogl)
5. Armchair Cyclist 120 (Ciccone, Haig)
6. Karaev1 114 (Ciccone, Haig)
7. the_fool_on_the_hill 108 (Ciccone, Haig)
=. GP Blanco 108 (Ciccone, Haig)
9. Josedin_VR 105 (Ciccone, Haig)
=. mc_mountain 105 (Ciccone, Haig)


Every team in this week's top 10 picked Ciccone who may go on to be a very important pick for the 17 teams who chose him overall. It is Ben1376 who will be celebrating this week however as he reaps the rewards of forking out for Soren Kragh Andersen, one of only 2 teams to do so. postmanhat in 3rd was the only other team in the top 10 without Haig but was the other one to have SKA. Ben1376 also did well will Calmejane, selected by only 4 other teams.

Two rare picks earn hilltopfinisher 2nd in the week. He is one of 3 to have chosen Petilli and only 2 to have chosen Girdlestone.



Movers and shakers:

1. postmanhat +32
2. LosBrolin +22
3. hilltopfinisher_15 +19
4. mc_mountain +18
5. CraZyCaLL +16
6. Ben1376 +12
7. GP Blanco +11
8. Jpettersen +11
9. snccdcno +9
10. Karaev1 +9

postmanhat's 3rd in the week moves him up a whopping 32 places and makes him the highest mover of the week. Only 3 of the top 10 movers were not in the weekly top 10, and of those it was only Jpettersen who did not have both Haig and Ciccone. Instead he picked up a handful of points from Consonni and Tom Bohli as well as Haig.

At the other end, yours truly is among five teams to have dropped over 20 places since the last update.

Ruudz0r -33
Florecita -27
Arb -26
JeroenK -25
DJW_VR -24


Current GC:

1 Ben1376 210 +12
2 Comodoro_13 201 -1
3 skidmark_14 184 0
4 Roubaix 180 -1
= snccdcno 180 +9
= hilltopfinisher_15 180 +19
7 Armchair Cyclist 176 +6
8 Karaev1 168 +9
9 Josedin_VR 166 -2
10 postmanhat 164 +32

Comodoro's unique pick Ganna is not enough to prevent him relinquishing top spot in the overall classification to weekly winner Ben1376. The rest of the standings have had a pretty big shake up, in fact all of the current top 15 apart from Comodoro, Roubaix and skidmark were among the top 15 scorers this week.

The top sees 6 new entries as snccdcno, hilltopfinisher, postmanhat, Armchair Cyclist and Karaev1 also make sizeable jumps into the top 10. skidmark pulls slightly ahead of Roubaix to now occupy the final podium position by right.


Download the spreadsheet here.


The next couple of weeks will doubtlessly see another shake up as we have a host of small stage races and the beginning of cobbles season. Next update will be by Murrjt after Omloop weekend, along with a monthly update.
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Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2016

23 Feb 2016 15:54

Good start for me

SorenKragh and Canty (!) have score 10 and 72pts at the Tour of Oman

and Calmejane makes good results in France : 7pts (haut Var) + 5pts (Provence)
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23 Feb 2016 18:51

I've never head of Call Me Jane before but he looks quite promising. Very good results this year for a first year pro.
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29 Feb 2016 16:08

Update 4 - Super Calme goes ballistic, Canty is tremendous

As referenced in that no way shoehorned and hyperbolic headline Lilian Calmejane and Brendan Canty were the highest point scorers in this update. The former continuing his and his teams fine start to the season with 3rd place in the Tour La Provence plus a top 10 in the Drome Classic whilst the latter finished a more than respectable 7th in Oman.


Weekly Ranking

1 Allobroges 213
2 Ben1376 192
3 Yellow Knight 131
4 rote_lanterne 125
4 MADRAZO 125
6 Nicosix 118
7 al_pacino_VR 116
8 Ruudz0r 103
9 Trudgin_VR 77
10 the_fool_on_the_hill 69
10 Hugo Koblet 69

Both of the top scorers had the aforementioned riders as well as the almost universally picked Fernando Gaviria but it was the man he gifted a win to, Davide Martinelli, that made the difference for Allobroges. As for the rest of the top 10 it's mainly a combination of those four riders doing the bulk of the point scoring, Yellow Knight (Gaviria, Canty, Martinelli), MADRAZO and rote_lanterne (Gaviria and Calmejane), Nicosix and Ruudz0r (Canty and Gaviria) al_pacino (Calmejane), the_fool_on_the_hill and Hugo Koblet (Gaviria and Martinelli) Trudgin had Gaviria but also picked up some points thanks to Odd Christian Eiking.



Weekly movers

1 al_pacino_VR +19
2 Nicosix +18
3 Yellow Knight +14
3 MADRAZO +14
3 Ruudz0r +14
6 rote_lanterne +13
7 Allobroges +11
8 Trudgin_VR +6
8 Florecita +6
10 JeroenK +5

It's still early days so plenty of movement and those doing well in the weekly points scoring are also mainly the high movers for the week, the only two not in the top 10 points scorers are Florecita and JeroenK who both had the Etixx duo mentioned above. Florecita also had some points from their team mate Laurens De Plus and Lorenzo Rota who picked up a top 20 finish in Switzerland yesterday and JeroenK had a contribution from Gianni Moscon. Allobroges, rote_lanterne, MADRAZO and Yellow Knight all moved up enough to enter the top 10.

Overall Ranking

1 Ben1376 402 (-)
2 Allobroges 370 (+11)
3 rote_lanterne 274 (+13)
4 MADRAZO 267 (+14)
5 Comodoro_13 249 (-3)
6 Yellow Knight 247 (+14)
7 hilltopfinisher_15 234 (-3)
8 Roubaix 233 (-4)
9 skidmark_14 229 (-6)
9 Armchair Cyclist 229 (-2)
9 the_fool_on_the_hill 229 (+2)

Ben1376 was the leader on the last update and his second place this week has ensured he has remained top, Allobroges smashing through the two hundred point barrier means they have leaped into 2nd place and they have a good gap on rote_lanterne who currently occupies the final podium spot. Six of this weeks top 10 were in last weeks but five of them have dropped places.

As it's the end of February we have a monthly update as well

Monthly Ranking

1 Ben1376 346
2 Allobroges 308
3 rote_lanterne 223
4 MADRAZO 211
5 hilltopfinisher_15 183
6 the_fool_on_the_hill 177
7 Armchair Cyclist 173
8 Nicosix 168
9 al_pacino_VR 162
10 shawnm4747 161

Not all that surprisingly given how early on in the season we are on the whole the monthly rankings represents the current top 10, those not currently in the top 10 who make it in are Nicosix (12) al-pacino (22) and shawnm4747 (13). The biggest points scorers this month were Lilian Calmejane (126), Soren Kragh Andersen (78), Brendan Canty (62) Jack Haig (50) and Giulio Ciccone (50). Ben has four of these so no surprise he is top.

Monthly Movers

1 al_pacino_VR +24
2 postmanhat +23
3 rote_lanterne +20
4 hilltopfinisher_15 +16
4 CraZyCaLL +16

al-pacino is top and rote_laterne 3rd mainly thanks to their performance over the last couple of weeks whereas postmanpat, Hilltopfinisher and CraZyCaLL performed better over the first two weeks of the month.

Spreadsheet can be downloaded here https://www.dropbox.com/s/p6bgzfy3prxxfif/Weeks%207-8%20Update%204%20-%202016%20CQ%20Youth%20spreadsheet.xlsm?dl=0

The next update will include the results from Paris-Nice and Strade Bianche and will be done by our game organiser Flo. This time I dropped 11 places and last time DJW dropped 24 places so can Flo make it a hat trick of bad performances.
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Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2016

15 Mar 2016 19:52

Update 5 Mythical Politt and Jaramillo shake up the rankings

The last two weeks saw lots of action on a high level, including Paris-Nice and Strade Bianche, but two relatively minor races, that benefit from a 2.HC rating, had the biggest impact on the game: Driedaagse West-Vlaanderen and the Tour de Langkawi.

Highest scorers
1 Hugo Koblet 239
2 Comodoro 229
3 Allobroges 209
3 Nicosix 209
5 snccdcno 179
6 Slapshot 172
7 hilltopfinisher 153
8 Armchair Cyclist 150
9 rote_lanterne 140
10 Florecita 138

Gaviria again showed his talent by winning a stage at the Tirreno-Adriatico, but because 4/5ths of the participants in this game picked him, his points didn't make a huge difference in the top of the table. Instead, the most important riders this week were very unique or "unpopular". Daniel Jaramillo, who finished 2nd in the Tour de Langkawi, scored 120 points for Comodoro, Nicosix and Slapshot. Katusha's Nils Politt scored 103 points in Driedaagse West-Vlaanderen, just for Hugo Koblet and Allobroges.
Hugo Koblet also scored major points with Tom Bohli (67) and, of course, Gaviria, which was enough to put him on top of this update's "highest scorers" list. Comodoro combined scores from Jaramillo, Gaviria, Amezqueta (30) and Oram (17) to finish 2nd.
It is interesting to note that snccdcno saw his unique pick, the Iranian Amir Kolahdouz, score his first points: 55, to be exact.

Highest movers
1 Slapshot +20
2 Florecita +15
3 Hugo Koblet +14
4 Joelsim +9
5 Nicosix +8
5 snccdcno +8
5 JSG +8
8 torcia_86 +7
9 mc_mountain +5
10 Trudgin +4

Slapshot just got points from Jaramillo and Gaviria in the last two weeks, but that is enough to catapult him 20 spots up the ranking. He is 21st now, I am sure he will be happy to leave the bottom regions - at least for now ;) (Slappers can take a joke, don't worry ;) )
Yours truly is second in the rankings so unfortunately I cannot continue the pattern of the updates dropping a couple dozen spots - sorry snccdcno ;)

Top 10

1 Allobroges 579 +1
2 Ben1376 495 -1
3 Comodoro_13 478 +2
4 Nicosix 428 +8
5 Hugo Koblet 424 +14
6 rote_lanterne 414 -3
7 snccdcno 389 +8
8 hilltopfinisher_15 387 -1
9 Armchair Cyclist 379 =
10 MADRAZO 357 -6

We see a lot of movement in the top 10. Allobroges is back on 1st place as Ben1376 drops 1 spot. Comodoro rounds out the provisional podium. New entries into the top 10 are Nicosix and Hugo Koblet.

The spreadsheet can be found here
Dropbox link https://www.dropbox.com/s/m0p01hs4cwt8x5f/Copy%20of%202016%20CQYouth%20spreadsheet%20week%209-10.xlsx?dl=0
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we saw you on the road
you blessed us with 9 great shows
let's not argue the toss about the official count
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Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2016

28 Mar 2016 17:39

Update 6: Allobroges storms into profit

Allobroges had taken the lead at the beginning of February, and another top performance over the past two weeks was enough - not to just defend the lead - but also to become the first participant to reach the barrier of 100% ratio in March already. Not only due to the massive performances of Fernando Gaviria, Gianni Moscon and Giulio Ciccone, but even more so due to results most of us may not have noticed, like Yannis Yssad's impressive 3rd place in the GP Cholet.

359 points were not enough to take the top in the weekly ranking though, Sam Oomen's podium spot in the Critérium International helped Josedin to make up 57 points of Allobroge's still healthy lead, and thereby secure the top spot over the past two weeks.

And if you think 2nd and 3rd placed are impressive already, have a look at Fauniera's unique pick Erik Baska - he even managed to win the 1.1 race Handzame Classics - in his first year as a pro with Tinkoff - so that Fauniera became the highest mover of both, the week, and the month - and won't be too sad about having to share the monthly top spot in that category with JeroenK I guess.

Well, but more important races are to come, and things are far from decided - so stay tuned for Fleur's update in two weeks. Same place, same time.

Overall Ranking
1 Allobroges 938
2 Josedin_VR 760
3 Nicosix 750
4 Ben1376 739
5 hilltopfinisher_15 694
6 Armchair Cyclist 686
6 Hugo Koblet 686
8 rote_lanterne 684
9 Yellow Knight 639
10 MADRAZO 625


Weekly Ranking
1 Josedin_VR 416
2 fauniera 367
3 Allobroges 359
4 JeroenK 352
5 Axis 350
6 Ludwigzgz 340
7 Nicosix 322
8 hilltopfinisher_15 307
8 Armchair Cyclist 307
10 Trudgin_VR 305

Weekly movers
1 fauniera +17
2 Axis +15
3 JeroenK +14
4 Ludwigzgz +12
5 LosBrolin +10


Monthly Ranking
1 Allobroges 568
2 Josedin_VR 548
3 Nicosix 531
4 Hugo Koblet 501
5 hilltopfinisher_15 460
6 Armchair Cyclist 457
7 fauniera 437
8 mc_mountain 422
9 JeroenK 417
10 rote_lanterne 410

Monthly movers
1 fauniera +15
1 JeroenK +15
3 Hugo Koblet +13
4 Josedin_VR +12
5 Axis +12

The spreadsheet can be found here
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28 Mar 2016 20:12

The first 4 in this competition are french!

Sorry guys
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Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2016

13 Apr 2016 18:21

Update 7: Fournier fires it up
The highest scoring rider these last two weeks was Marc Fournier. The young Frenchman finished off a magnificent solo in Circuit de la Sarthe, and he successfully defended the leader’s jersey in the following stages. Great news for al_pacino, because Fournier is a unique pick for him. :) Besides those 154 points, al_pacino also scored some minor points with, amongst others, Hofstetter and Kämna. It was enough for him to take the top spot in this update’s highest scorers ranking.
The next 3 teams all had Gerts score a nice amount of points for them by winning the Volta Limburg Classic. His high cost (240 points) probably deterred many people from picking him, but it looks like he might make up for it.

Highest scorers
1 al_pacino_VR 184
2 laarsland 156
3 Yellow Knight 128
4 Karaev1 124
5 Hugo Koblet 110
6 Allobroges 108
7 NotMyCircus_VR 80
8 18-Valve 77
9 ansimi_VR 74
10 togo95 67

In the highest movers list we see one of the three teams with Gerts, Karaev1, jump 12 spots. Our highest scorer al_pacino moves up 7 spots despite being near the bottom of the rankings, where the scores are further apart. Laarsland wasn’t so lucky, he only moves up 1 spot despite a very high score this update.

Highest movers
1 Karaev1 +12
2 al_pacino_VR +7
3= JeroenK +4
3= ansimi_VR +4
5 Yellow Knight +3
6= Hugo Koblet +2
6= Comodoro_13 +2
6= DJW_VR +2
9= snccdcno +1
9= Ludwigzgz +1
9= LosBrolin +1
9= 18-Valve +1
9= Jpettersen +1
9= laarsland +1

Our top 3 overall remains the same. Allobroges is the first team in profit, in fact their team was already in profit in the last update because Allobroges only used 906 points. But their team is also the first to pass the 1000 points mark :)
A bit further down we see Hugo Koblet, Yellow Knight and also 2013 winner comodoro enter the top 10.

Top 10 overall
1 (0) Allobroges 1046
2 (0) Josedin_VR 818
3 (0) Nicosix 808
4 (+2) Hugo Koblet 796
5 (-1) Ben1376 792
6 (+3) Yellow Knight 767
7 (-2) hilltopfinisher_15 744
8 (-2) Armchair Cyclist 736
9 (-1) rote_lanterne 734
10 (+2) Comodoro_13 667

Spreadsheet at mediafire: http://www.mediafire.com/download/o29hipz2anayrba/2016+CQYouth+spreadsheet+week+13-14.xlsx
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29 Apr 2016 11:58

Update 8: Unique picks prove decisive for Kazistuta

I’m always happy to see unique picks score well, and this update’s highest scorer, Kazistuta, had not one but two unique picks score decisive points. Both Markus Hoelgaard and Pierpaolo Ficara scored over 30 points, in the ZLM Tour and Giro dell’Appenino respectively. He added minor points to that from amongst others Ciccone, Guillaume Martin and De Plus, to add to a total of 138.

Axis, with a team of only 12 riders, managed to finish 2nd thanks to major points from Grossschartner (57) and Bryan Alaphilippe (30), plus 17 points from Sam Oomen.
Staying with the unique picks theme of our weekly winner, in 3rd place we see rote_lanterne, who scored 30 points with unique zero-pointer Tobias Foss.

Because Kazistuta was quite far down the rankings (before this update, he was 46th), he didn’t move up too much, although 4 spots is still nice. This update’s 2nd place is the highest mover, Axis jumps a big 9 spots to 14th.

Overall, there is also some movement. Ben1376 jumps 3 spots to 2nd place, hilltopfinisher, last year’s champion enters the top 5 and rote_lanterne moves up 3 spots to 6th. The biggest loser in the top 10 is Hugo Koblet, who drops 4 spots. 2013 champion comodoro falls out of the top 10 as mc_mountain moves in.
Allobroges still leads quite comfortably after another solid two weeks.

As it is the end of April, we’ll have some monthly rankings as well. Al_pacino had a great month, he is both the highest scorer this month and the highest mover, mostly thanks to Marc Fournier’s great victory in the Circuit de la Sarthe. In 2nd place we see Allobroges, our leader. Right now he is clearly in a league of his own. 4 of his 5 most expensive riders are already in profit (Gaviria, Moscon, Politt and Canty) and some of his lower cost riders have greatly improved on their 2015 scores, like Calmejane, Ciccone and Yssaad. His team seems quite allround, let’s see if he can stay on top. :)

Highest scorers
1 Kazistuta 138
2 Axis 127
3 rote_lanterne 116
4 Ben1376 115
5 hilltopfinisher_15 110
6 Allobroges 106
6 Wallenquist 106
8 al_pacino_VR 105
9 ansimi_VR 101
10 Arb 95

Highest movers
1 Axis 127 +9
2 al_pacino_VR 105 +8
3 Trudgin_VR 93 +7
4 LosBrolin 91 +5
5 Kazistuta 138 +4
5 Wallenquist 106 +4
5 ansimi_VR 101 +4
5 torcia_86 85 +4
5 Joelsim_VR 80 +4
10 rote_lanterne 116 +3
10 Ben1376 115 +3
10 Leadbelly_VR 57 +3

Top 10
1 = Allobroges 1152
2 +3 Ben1376 907
3 -1 Josedin_VR 905
4 -1 Nicosix 894
5 +2 hilltopfinisher_15 854
6 +3 rote_lanterne 850
7 -1 Yellow Knight 839
8 -4 Hugo Koblet 837
9 -1 Armchair Cyclist 802
10 +1 mc_mountain 757

Monthly high scorers
1 al_pacino_VR 289
2 Allobroges 214
3 Yellow Knight 200
4 laarsland 184
5 ansimi_VR 175
6 Kazistuta 173
7 Ben1376 168
7 Karaev1 168
9 rote_lanterne 166
10 hilltopfinisher_15 160

Monthly high movers
1 al_pacino_VR 289 +15
2 ansimi_VR 175 +8
3 Karaev1 168 +6
3 Axis 149 +6
3 LosBrolin 141 +6
3 Trudgin_VR 124 +6
7 Wallenquist 150 +4
7 JeroenK 114 +4
9 Kazistuta 173 +3
9 torcia_86 115 +3

Spreadsheet at Mediafire

I've heard some people have issues downloading files from Mediafire, so I have attached the spreadsheet to this post as well - at least I tried to - fingers crossed it worked EDIT: Well, that clearly did NOT work :)
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29 Apr 2016 12:13

For those who can't download via Mediafire - I've put the spreadsheet attached to this post on Velorooms - you can download it here
http://velorooms.com/index.php?topic=7688.msg2211383#msg2211383
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29 Apr 2016 18:51

Well, at least my team won a update ranking, now I can put myself at ease, though my selection this year doesn't seem to be the brightest stars in the rookie sky... thx for the update, flo.
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09 May 2016 21:14

Update 9: Skidmark surges, Allobroges still ahead.

Whilst he might be out in the wilderness his team certainly isn't as the best performance this update is from our main game organiser Skidmark. His biggest scorer was the rare pick Dion Smith (Roubaix is the only other person to have him and they were 7th) who racked up just over 100 points due to good performances in Yorkshire and Dunkerque. That was chiefly added to by Adrien Costa (37) taking the overall win in the Tour de Bretagne as well as Silvio Herkotz (25) doing well in Azerbaidjan and Simone Consonni (23) getting on the podium in two Italian one day races.

Next up is Wallenquist whose main points scorer was Jamie Roson (75) who won a stage and finished in the top 10 in Turkey, they also had contributions from Gianni Moscon (40) who continued to impress with a top 10 finish in Yorkshire as well as the aforementioned Herklotz and Costa.

Both of the above moved up a lot of places, in fact they were the two highest movers as Skidmark jumped up 14 places into 21st and Wallenquist gained 10 places and gate crashed the top 10. Other notable movers are Roubaix and search the former mainly thanks to Smith and Herklotz and the latter Roson, Moscon and Herklotz.

In the overall standings Allobroges continues to have a healthy lead as they extended it by 4 points to 249 thanks to a 5th place finish. There is some minor movement in the top ten as Nicosix moves into second place and Yellow Knight up to 4th, they were 4th and 3rd respectively this update. The only person to drop out of the top 10 this time is mc_mountain who dropped three places to 13th.

Highest scorers

1 skidmark 208
2 Wallenquist 192
3 Yellow Knight 182
4 Nicosix 170
5 Allobroges 161
6 search_VR 145
7 Roubaix 142
8 ansimi_VR 140
9 Jpettersen 136
10 Trudgin_VR 135

Highest Movers

1 skidmark +14
2 Wallenquist +10
3 Roubaix +9
4 search_VR +7
5 Slapshot_VR +5
6 Guilherme Ribeiro +4
6 Jpettersen +4
8 Yellow Knight +3
8 ansimi_VR +3
8 Trudgin_VR +3
8 abbulf +3

Top 10

1 = Allobroges 1313
2 +2 Nicosix 1064
3 -1 Ben1376 1033
4 +3 Yellow Knight 1021
5 -2 Josedin_VR 984
6 = rote_lanterne 940
6 -1 hilltopfinisher 940
8 = Hugo Koblet 933
9 = Armchair Cyclist 918
10 +10 Wallenquist 845


Spreadheet at dropbox
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Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2016

25 May 2016 19:48

DJW's update on Velorooms:
Update 10: CraZyCaLL profits from good choices in Giro and Norway


It's been a great couple of weeks for some of our selections with Giulio Ciccone of Bardiani taking a stunning maiden Grand Tour stage win, strong performances from the Axeon boys in California, and plenty of points collected by Odd Eiking (4th at Norway), Egan Bernal (Bihor) and a raft of riders at the GP de Somme and Tour de Flores.

Top 10 this week


1. CraZyCaLL 199 (Eiking, Ciccone, Costa, Kamna)
2. Wallenquist 178 (Eiking, Bernal, Edmondson, Costa)
3. Nicosix 161 (Ciccone, Yssaad, Edmondson)
4. laarsland 157 (Eiking, Schachmann, Kamna)
5. Ben1376 140 (Ciccone, Yssaad, Kamna)
6. GP Blanco 140 (Ciccone, Carpenter, Van Hooydonck, Kamna)
7. snccdcno 131 (Ciccone, Costa, Kolahdouz)
8. Allobroges 130 (Ciccone, Yssaad, Kamna)
9. Kazistuta 126 (Ciccone, Hoelgaard, Kamna)
10. Armchair Cyclist 123 (Ciccone, Bernal, Kamna)

CraZyCaLL doesn't have any unique picks but he does have the very strong combination of Odd Eikin and Giulio Ciccone which brought him a high proportion of his points this week, with Adrien Costa and Lennard Kamna topping up his total. The three teams who picked Yannis Yssaad all made the top 10.

GP Blanco's unique pick Robin Carpenter helps him score highly on the week. Markus Hoelgaard also scored some useful points as unique pick for Kazistuta.



Top 10 overall


1. Allobroges 1443
2. Nicosix 1225
3. Ben1376 1173
4. Josedin_VR 1084
5. Armchair Cyclist 1041
6. Yellow Knight 1037
7. hilltopfinisher_15 1032
8. Wallenquist 1023
9. rote_lanterne 1015
10. Hugo Koblet 1003


Nicosix closes the gap thanks to the selection of Edmonson but Allobroges' top 10 performance with Ciccone and Yssaad means he still has a pretty healthy lead. rote_lanterne's selection of Pascal Eenkhoorn is another unique pick which picked up points but not enough to stop the team slipping to 9th overall.


Top 10 movers


1. snccdcno +7
2. Kazistuta +6
3. CraZyCaLL +5
4. Armchair Cyclist +4
=. fauniera +4
=. al_pacino_VR +4
7. shawnm4747 +3
=. JSG_VR +3
=. Karaev1 +3
=. laarsland +3

Of the top movers, only Armchair Cyclist is in the top 10, having moved four places from 9th place to 5th. In fact, the 4 points he gained from unique pick Elie Gesbert (winner of a stage of Ronde l'Isard) is what separates him from 6th place at the moment. CraZyCaLL's winning week places their team 11th overall.


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09 Jun 2016 19:59

Update 11: Slapshot scores big
Slapshot scores an impressive score this update, especially when compared to the other teams, and interestingly enough he’s got his very unique team to thank for that. Unique picks Bol, Carboni and Stien scored 35, 14 and 7 points respectively. His other points came from Jaramillo (3 picks, 36 points), Würtz Schmidt (4 picks, 30 points) and Dunbar (8 picks, 20 points). As a result of his nice score he is also the highest mover. He moves up 10 spots into 28th.
In 2nd, both in the top scorers and highest movers rankings, we see LosBrolin. Unlike Slapshot, he didn’t have many different riders contribute to his total, but rather he got the majority of his score from 1 rider: Mihkel Raïm, who is a unique pick for him.
Rounding out the podium on both rankings, we have Roubaix. He scored 41 points with Dion Smith, who was only picked twice. On top of that, he also scored 16 points from both Vermeulen and Eaton.
Overall, the top 5 remains the same, but our leader Allobroges had quite an unremarkable two weeks with just 12 points, which means the others close in. However, Allobroges still leads quite comfortably. We see no new names in the top-10, but hilltopfinisher, rote_lanterne and Hugo Koblet all climb a single spot.

Top scorers
1 Slapshot_VR 142
2 LosBrolin 87
3 Roubaix 83
4 Comodoro_13 82
5 skidmark_14 76
6 ansimi_VR 65
7 postmanhat 64
8 DJW_VR 61
9 18-Valve 58
10 Kazistuta 56

Highest movers
1 Slapshot_VR +10
2 LosBrolin +7
3 Roubaix +5
4 ansimi_VR +3
5 skidmark_14 +2
6 11 people +1
(hilltopfinisher, rote_lanterne, Hugo Koblet, Trudgin, GP Blanco , Comodoro, DJW, postmanhat, abbulf, del1962 , togo95)

Top 10 overall
1 Allobroges 1455 =
2 Nicosix 1271 =
3 Ben1376 1190 =
4 Josedin_VR 1129 =
5 Armchair Cyclist 1084 =
6 hilltopfinisher_15 1083 +1
7 Yellow Knight 1067 -1
8 rote_lanterne 1047 +1
9 Hugo Koblet 1043 +1
10 Wallenquist 1038 -2


Monthly top scorers (May)
1 Wallenquist 385
2 Nicosix 377
3 skidmark_14 342
4 CraZyCaLL 311
5 Allobroges 303
6 Trudgin_VR 297
7 Slapshot_VR 291
8 Ben1376 283
9 Armchair Cyclist 282
10 GP Blanco 276

Monthly high movers (May)
1 skidmark_14 +17
2 Slapshot_VR +11
3 Wallenquist +10
3 Roubaix +10
5 CraZyCaLL +6
6 snccdcno +5
6 LosBrolin +5
8 Armchair Cyclist +4
8 GP Blanco +4
8 ansimi_VR +4
8 Karaev1 +4
8 Kazistuta +4

Spreadsheet at Mediafire

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Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2016

20 Jun 2016 22:54

Update 12

Strong performances in Slovenia key for rote_lanterne

Having the duo of Jack Haig (98) and Egan Bernal (61) who came 2nd and 4th respectively in Tour de Slovenie was the key to doing well in this update, both of the top two had them however the addition of Antwan Tolhoek (50) who took the climbers jersey in Tour de Suisse helped rote-lanterne claim top spot, almost ubiquitous pick Fernando Gaviria (33) also contributed a handful of points. Second placed Wallenquist had three of the previous four riders and also got a decent contribution due to Nathan Van Hooydonck (25) doing well in a couple of lower level races, Ronde de l'Oise and Circuit de Wallonie. Rounding out the podium is Hugo Koblet who in addition to Haig, Gaviria and Van Hooydonck had to thank Davide Martinelli (50) and his 5th place finish in Ster ZLM Toer.

The top mover this time was Joelsim he moved up to 29th place overall, 18-Valve moved up to 37th, both of these did so thanks to riders previously mentioned. The next two however, JSG and search, moved up partly because of Gavin Mannion's (45) performance in Korea where he claimed 7th place.

Often when reviewing the last fortnights performances a lot of the same names come up over and over again so I try to have a look out for rare or unique riders who have done well, the two that stand out to me at least are Soren Kragh Andersen (59) who finished 4th in Ster ZLM Toer, he is an expensive pick at just over 30% of total budget and has returned exactly half of that value so far for the two who chose him, Ben1376 and Postmanpat. The second is unique pick Tim Merlier who collected 32 points for MADRAZO due to a 5th place finish in Ronde van Limburg.

As for the overall picture Allobroges continues to be in first place and extended their already hefty lead by a further 44 points, a strong performance in this update from Armchair Cyclist means they currently sit in third place, there is some minor movement up and down in the top ten but no huge jumps the only new entry in the top ten this week is CraZyCaLL who moves up one place to tenth, that is at the expense of Yellow Knight who fell from 7th to 11th.


Highest Scorers

1. rote_lanterne 257
2. Wallenquist 255
3. Hugo Koblet 240
4. the_fool_on_the_hill 235
5. shawnm4747 231
6. Armchair Cyclist 228
7. Joelsim_VR 227
8. torcia_86 223
9. GP Blanco 216
10. CraZyCaLL 214


Highest Movers

1. Joelsim_VR +8
2. 18-Valve +7
3= JSG_VR +5
3= search_VR +5
5= shawnm4747 +4
5= torcia_86 +4
7= rote_lanterne +3
7= Wallenquist +3
7= abbulf +3
10= the_fool_on_the_hill +2
10= Armchair Cyclist +2
10= Karaev1 +2
10= Roubaix +2


Top 10

1 (-) Allobroges 1559
2 (-) Nicosix 1331
3 (+2) Armchair Cyclist 1312
4 (-) Josedin_VR 1305
5 (+3) rote_lanterne 1304
6 (-3) Ben1376 1295
7 (+3) Wallenquist 1293
8 (+1) Hugo Koblet 1283
9 (-3) hilltopfinisher_15 1243
10 (+1) CraZyCaLL 1198

Spreadsheet available here
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29 Jun 2016 21:02

It's cool having a headline dedicated to me. Thanks for the update.
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01 Jul 2016 09:46

Hopefully Luis Lemus winning his national road title and participating in Sibiu can help my currently awful standing.
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07 Jul 2016 14:29

Update 13: Räim strikes again

1 month ago LosBrolin was just edged out by Slapshot, but his unique pick Mikhel Räim proves himself to be very important yet again. He won the Estonian national championship and the Tour of Hungary and this time he earned LosBrolin this update's top spot. LosBrolin is the highest scorer and highest mover, with 250 points and 9 places gained. It wasn't just Räim for him though, Moscon scored many points as well (84) and he got a fair number of points from De Plus, Lammertink and Mullen as well.
Most of the top 10 scorers picked Moscon and Gaviria, interestingly enough though our top scorer didn't pick Gaviria.

Two good weeks for Hugo Koblet and Wallenquist shoots them up the rankings and onto the podium, but Allobroges again scored very well, just outside the top 10 this update, so he still has a very healthy lead. We also see Yellow Knight and the_fool_on_the_hill enter the top 10 while CraZyCaLL and Ben1376 drop out.

We've entered July, so I have included the highest scorers and highest movers for June as well. Hugo Koblet, shawnm4747 and Wallenquist scored best last month and shawnm4747, 18-Valve and search were the highest movers, moving up 8 positions.

Top 10 highest scorers
1 LosBrolin 250
2 Hugo Koblet 246
3 shawnm4747 245
4 Yellow Knight 231
5 Wallenquist 217
6 Ludwigzgz 210
6 Trudgin_VR 210
8 the_fool_on_the_hill 203
9 Leadbelly_VR 200
10 del1962 199

Top 10 highest movers
1 LosBrolin +9
2 Ludwigzgz +8
3 Hugo Koblet +6
4 Leadbelly_VR +5
5 Wallenquist +4
5 Yellow Knight +4
5 the_fool_on_the_hill +4
5 shawnm4747 +4
9 torcia_86 +3
9 search_VR +3
9 postmanhat +3

Top 10 overall
1 Allobroges 1743 =
2 Hugo Koblet 1529 +6
3 Wallenquist 1510 +4
4 Nicosix 1504 -2
5 Armchair Cyclist 1465 -2
6 Josedin_VR 1448 -2
7 Yellow Knight 1414 +4
8 the_fool_on_the_hill 1383 +4
9 hilltopfinisher_15 1377 =
10 rote_lanterne 1370 -5

Top 10 highest scorers in June
1 Hugo Koblet 486
2 shawnm4747 476
3 Wallenquist 472
4 the_fool_on_the_hill 438
5 torcia_86 407
6 LosBrolin 406
7 GP Blanco 394
8 Armchair Cyclist 381
9 Ludwigzgz 378
10 CraZyCaLL 362

Top 10 highest movers in June
1 shawnm4747 +8
1 search_VR +8
1 18-Valve +8
4 Hugo Koblet +7
4 Wallenquist +7
4 LosBrolin +7
4 torcia_86 +7
4 Ludwigzgz +7
4 Joelsim_VR +7
10 the_fool_on_the_hill +6

Spreadsheet at Mediafire
Alberto we love you
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we saw you on the road
you blessed us with 9 great shows
let's not argue the toss about the official count
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Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2016

07 Jul 2016 20:07

Mikhel Räim's on fire :cool: He's riding surprisingly well this year, maybe some Pro-Conti team will sign him up for next season.


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Israel’s first Pro Cycling Team to turn Pro-Continental in 2017.
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