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24 Feb 2017 20:45

I'm really happy with the first points of Amanuel Egerzeigzaarkha GEBREIGZABHIER xD
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27 Feb 2017 14:28

And today is time for "Zemenfes Solomon". Go Go Go!
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09 Mar 2017 11:47

Update 4 - Gibbons conquers his Inner Chimp

What an update, ladies and gents. Marty completely blasts away everyone else with a massive 502 points. To put that into context, just some guy, who was first overall in the last update, had collected 354 points up to that point! Definitely, the most impressive performance in the past 2 weeks goes to Ryan Gibbons, who scored 276 points at the Tour of Langkawi. You read that right, 276, that's more than winning Paris-Nice would earn you! He added to the 160 points for the overall win with top-5's on several stages, including one win, and he scored a load of points for leading the race from stage 2 to 8 as well. Only 4 of us selected Gibbons and they are - naturally - the 4 highest scorers in this update. Personally, I thought he was a promising sprinter which is why I picked him, but I never, ever expected this!
But let's focus on marty for a bit. Besides Gibbons' 276 points, he also scored 89 with Richard Carapaz, 65 with Logan Owen and 28 with Jhonatan Narvaez. On top of that, Chris Lawless, Aldemar Reyes and Ondrej Cink scored a combined 44 points as well. So this definitely isn't just a case of one lucky pick! 2nd highest scorer was Kryvo who also scored highly in the previous update, and, let's look at what Kryvo posted after that update:
Kryvo wrote:And today is time for "Zemenfes Solomon". Go Go Go!

He added to Gibbons' points with, amongst others, points from Adrien Costa, Cink and - you guessed it - Zemenfes Solomon! 25, to be exact :D
The other two with Gibbons, togo95 and me, both scored points with Maximillian Schachmann and got minor points from a handful of other riders.
"Best of the rest", shawnm4747 did well to match Gibbons score without selecting him. He got most of his points from Carapaz, Owen, Narvaez and Eddie Dunbar. Also very impressive!

Such big scores obviously create big shifts in the ranking. We see both marty and togo95 climb over 30 spots, marty even moves up to 2nd overall, while togo95 remains just outside the top-10 for now, in 11th place. 3rd highest mover was LukasCPH, who moved up 29 spots. Kryvo and shawnm4747 also feature in this list and they both move into the top-10, Kryvo into 3rd, shawnm4747 into 10th. Big jumps are almost always accompanied by big drops, so spare a thought for poor torcia_86 who drops from 6th to 24th.
In the overall ranking we also see some smaller movements, I move into 1st place as just some guy drops to 6th. AupaPyama moves into the top-10 and keep an eye on snccdcno, who has been quietly sneaking up in the rankings and is now just besides the podium. DJW, del1962 and Squire all drop out of the top-10.

Highest scorers
1 marty 502
2 Kryvo 373
3 LaFlorecita 330
4 togo95 318
5 shawnm4747 278
6 LukasCPH 246
7 AupaPyama 228
8 rote_lanterne 227
9 skidmark 200
10 snccdcno 191

Highest movers
1 marty +35
2 togo95 +33
3 LukasCPH +29
4 shawnm4747 +28
5 Kryvo +22
5 rote_lanterne +22
7 skidmark +21
8 comodoro +14
8 search +14
10 Nicosix +11

Overall ranking
1 +2 LaFlorecita 610
2 +35 marty 592
3 +22 Kryvo 483
4 +3 snccdcno 414
5 -3 MADRAZO 410
6 -5 just some guy 401
7 -3 laarsland 388
8 +4 AupaPyama 386
9 -4 GP Blanco 368
10 +28 shawnm4747 367

Spreadsheet at MediaFire
Alberto we love you
on the road
you don't need to say this stuff
we saw you on the road
you blessed us with 9 great shows
let's not argue the toss about the official count
you are much bigger than that
~TourOfSardinia
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09 Mar 2017 21:29

Nice to read my name twice. Congrats to the lot that picked Gibbons. He fulfilled what I hoped O'Connor would. I'm also missing Minali ...
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11 Mar 2017 18:04

whoa! That was quite a week!
Had to come out of lurker mode to comment, but, now that I'm here I'm a bit speechless!
Thanks for organising the game guys!
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12 Mar 2017 23:26

Nice update :)
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15 Mar 2017 14:28

marty wrote:whoa! That was quite a week!
Had to come out of lurker mode to comment, but, now that I'm here I'm a bit speechless!
Thanks for organising the game guys!


Yeah, that is a killer week for this game! Especially this early in the season. To put it in some perspective, that would put you in the top 15 for that week in the main game, where teams have 33 non-neo-pro riders! Nice work, and pardon the belated congrats.
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15 Mar 2017 21:32

skidmark wrote:
marty wrote:whoa! That was quite a week!
Had to come out of lurker mode to comment, but, now that I'm here I'm a bit speechless!
Thanks for organising the game guys!


Yeah, that is a killer week for this game! Especially this early in the season. To put it in some perspective, that would put you in the top 15 for that week in the main game, where teams have 33 non-neo-pro riders! Nice work, and pardon the belated congrats.


Thanks! and no need for any apologies
It'll be interesting to see how long before some of these guys get their chance again.
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Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2017

22 Mar 2017 19:37

Update 5: marty is on a roll!

For the 2nd update in a row, marty delivers a stellar performance. His score isn't as stratospheric this time, but he's still comfortably the highest scorer. Most of his points came from Kristoffer Halvorsen, who impressed by winning the Handzame Classic. Halvorsen, one of the most expensive picks in the game at 336 points, was only picked by one other participant, by Slapshot. Halvorsen still has quite a way to go before he turns into a good pick, but this was definitely a promising performance. Other points for marty came from Edward Planckaert and Andrea Vendrame. Slapshot only had Halvorsen and Planckaert, but that was enough to earn him 2nd place in this update. 3rd place goes to torcia_86, who scored with Planckaert, Vendrame and rare pick Frantisek Sisr.

The title of highest mover also goes to torcia_86, they climbed 12 spots into 12th place. Tych23, the only other person with Sisr, was the 2nd highest mover. Allobroges, one of last year's main contenders, completes the top-3 in this ranking.

Overall, we see that marty pushed me down to 2nd and is now our new leader. We see some other minor movements, snccdcno, just some guy and GP Blanco all drop some spots while MADRAZO and laarsland move up. togo95 in 8th is the only new name in the top-10, shawnm4747 is the unlucky one who drops out.

We see that after 5 updates, which means 10 weeks, no one from 3rd place down has a total score that matches marty's score from the previous update yet. Interesting! :) (and made me do a double-check ;) )

Highest scorers
1 marty 140
2 Slapshot 116
3 torcia_86 104
4 laarsland 83
5 allobroges 80
5 Tych23 80
7 Midge 67
8 MADRAZO 65
9 search 62
10 LukasCPH 59

Highest movers
1 torcia_86 +12
2 Tych23 +8
3 allobroges +7
4 LukasCPH +5
4 Ludwigzgz +5
6 Arb +4
6 Pantani1 +4
8 togo95 +3
8 Kazistuta +3
8 search +3

Overall
1 +1 marty 732
2 -1 LaFlorecita 620
3 = Kryvo 493
4 +1 MADRAZO 475
5 +2 laarsland 471
6 -2 snccdcno 469
7 -1 just some guy 459
8 = AupaPyama 406
8 +3 togo95 406
10 -1 GP Blanco 391

Spreadsheet at MediaFire
Alberto we love you
on the road
you don't need to say this stuff
we saw you on the road
you blessed us with 9 great shows
let's not argue the toss about the official count
you are much bigger than that
~TourOfSardinia
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24 Mar 2017 20:45

oh wow!
that is all, just wow. :D
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Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2017

07 Apr 2017 14:50

Update 6

I don't have much inspiration for this update so don't expect anything besides the facts :p
Many of the high scorers in this update had the Simone Consonni - David Gaudu combo: Consonni scored 55 points, Gaudu scored 45 points. LukasCPH had those 2 but also scored major points with Justin Jules (50), Eddie Dunbar (20) and unique pick Elmar Reinders (15). He is the highest scorer this update and also one of the highest movers, climbing to 8th place.
2nd highest scorer del1962 also scored with Gaudu, Consonni and Dunbar and added points from unique pick Fabian Lienhard, amongst others. He is also among the highest movers, moving up 6 spots.
3rd highest scorer CraZyCaLL had Gaudu, Consonni and Neilson Powless score big points.
Highest mover this update, climbing 7 spots, was LosBrolin who scored with (again) Consonni and Gaudu, but also with Ivan Garcia Cortina and Nans Peters. LukasCPH and del1962 share the 2nd place in this ranking with Pentacycle, who doesn't have Consonni but he got a big chunk of his points from Gaudu and scored minor points with several others.

Overall, we see that MADRAZO pushes Kryvo from the podium. Marty continues in 1st place. LukasCPH and shawnm4747 enter the top-10 while GP Blanco and AupaPyama drop out.

Highest scorers
1 LukasCPH 202
2 del1962 166
3 CraZyCaLL 163
4 skidmark 158
5 Hakkie2 152
6 shawnm4747 150
7 Wallenquist 149
8 al_pacino 142
9 LosBrolin 140
10 togo95 132

Highest movers
1 LosBrolin +7
2 LukasCPH +6
2 del1962 +6
2 Pentacycle +6
5 skidmark +5
6 CraZyCaLL +4
6 Wallenquist +4
6 Hakkie2 +4
6 Ludwigzgz +4
6 Leadbelly +4

Overall ranking
1 = marty 780
2 = LaFlorecita 723
3 +1 MADRAZO 590
4 -1 Kryvo 583
5 +2 just some guy 558
6 -1 laarsland 547
7 +1 togo95 538
8 +6 LukasCPH 534
9 +2 shawnm4747 532
10 -4 snccdcno 509

Spreadsheet at MediaFire
Alberto we love you
on the road
you don't need to say this stuff
we saw you on the road
you blessed us with 9 great shows
let's not argue the toss about the official count
you are much bigger than that
~TourOfSardinia
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13 Apr 2017 15:11

Let me pat myself on the back here.

For the last spot on my team, I needed a guy who cost 6 points to bring the team value to 1000. Among the available 6-pointers, there was this kiwi who I'd never heard of who got two 2nd places in the New Zealand Cycle Classic last year. Very well, I thought, at least there is some faint hope that this guy could feature in some races somewhere, which was more than what could be said about the Indonesian domestiques and Mongolian neo-pros who made up most of the other 6-pointers.

Alex Frame just got his fifth (!) win of the season today :cool:
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16 Apr 2017 09:37

Another good points from the young eritrean sprinter Zemenfes Solomon :)
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17 Apr 2017 22:00

Update 7: Lecroq's a hit.

We have a tie atop the rankings this update between CraZyCaLL and AupaPyama with Tych23 rounding off the podium. The top two are the only ones to have selected Jeremy Lecroq and that paid dividends as they got just about half of their points from his three top ten placings over the last fortnight (RvV Beloften, GP de Denain and ZLM - Roompot Tour). CraZyCaLL backed that up due to an impressive performance from Enric Mas in Pais Vasco as well as a top ten in Tour du Finistere from David Gaudu whilst AupaPyama got most of their other points from Rudy Barbier, in particular his sixth in Scheldeprijs.

This weeks highest mover is the previously mentioned Tych23 they had a number of contributing riders, most notably Mas, Nick Schultz and Jhonatan Narvaez, Roubaix had a couple of those plus Christopher Lawless, Trudgin got a chunk of her points thanks to rare pick Fausto Masnada's top ten in Giro dell'Appennino.

No change in the order of the top three although LaFlorecita has slightly closed the gap on marty. Both of the highest scorers also jump into the top ten along with GP Blanco, the three to drop out are LukasCPH, togo95 and yours truly.

Worth noting that the CQ download was posted with only the top three of Giro Belvedere di Villa di Cordignano counted so if you notice some points that you were expecting not included that is why and they will be taken care of in the next update!

Highest scorers
1= CraZyCaLL 162
1= AupaPyama 162
3 Tych23 139
4 Roubaix 136
5 GP Blanco 129
6 postmanhat 127
7 laarsland 126
8 Trudgin 116
9 torcia_86 112
10 just some guy 108


Highest Movers
1 Tych23 +11
2= Roubaix +8
2= Trudgin +8
4 postmanhat +6
5= CraZyCaLL +5
5= Squire +5
7= AupaPyama +4
7= Kazistuta +4
9= torcia_86 +3
9= Pantani1 +3


Overall Ranking
1 = marty 873
2 = LaFlorecita 824
3 = MADRAZO 687
4 +2 laarsland 673
5 -1 Kryvo 672
6 -1 just some guy 666
7 +5 CraZyCaLL 645
8 +1 shawnm4747 633
9 +2 GP Blanco 628
10 +4 AupaPyama 627

Spreadsheet can be viewed and downloaded here
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23 Apr 2017 12:28

Kryvo wrote:Another good points from the young eritrean sprinter Zemenfes Solomon :)


:cool: :cool:

And more and more... haha
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03 May 2017 19:18

Update 8: Gaudu shines brightly

This update's most notable performance has to be David Gaudu's 9th place at the Flèche Wallonne, which scored him over 50 points. The result in and of itself is great, but what was even more impressive was the way he rode, attacking on Huy while others chose to wait and ride into the final 200 meters with Valverde. He was a rather expensive pick, but that didn't deter many from picking him, he is one of the most popular picks.
Highest scorer in this update was yours truly :) with points from amongst others rather popular picks Gaudu, Maximilian Schachmann (38 points) and Riccardo Minali (15 points), but most importantly also 40 points from Lennard Hofstede.
2nd highest scorer just some guy also scored with Gaudu, Schachmann and Minali as well as Neilson Powless (20 points) and most notably 27 points from unique pick Lucas Hamilton. Hamilton was 40 points and has already quadrupled his score :eek:
3rd highest scorer CraZyCaLL scored with the above-mentioned Gaudu, Schachmann, Powless and Minali and also got minor points from Guerreiro and Consonni.

Joint highest mover LosBrolin, who moved up 8 spots, got most of his points from Gaudu, Hofstede and Minali and got minor points from half a dozen others. The other highest mover, Pentacycle, scored with, besides some of the usual suspects, with unique pick Riabushenko (19 points) and rare pick Fabio Jakobsen, who seems like a great prospect. I will definitely keep an eye on him for future editions of this game ;)
Tych23, who moved up 7 spots, didn't pick Gaudu, interestingly enough. Instead, he scored big with rare pick Hofstede and he got a whopping 50 points from unique pick Mark Christian!

Overall, we see that I move into 1st place, as marty's team had an underwhelming two weeks. Just some guy moves up three spots onto the podium, while CraZyCaLL moves up three spots into 4th. LukasCPH enters the top-10, AupaPyama drops down to 11th.

Highest scorers
1 LaFlorecita 175
2 just some guy 173
3 CraZyCaLL 150
4 LosBrolin 147
5 Tych23 146
6 al_pacino 141
7 Pentacycle 139
8 Wallenquist 125
9 18-Valve 120
10 scrooll07 115

Highest movers
1 LosBrolin +8
1 Pentacycle +8
3 Tych23 +7
4 al_pacino +6
5 scrooll07 +5
6 Pantani1 +4
6 18-Valve +4
8 just some guy +3
8 CraZyCaLL +3
8 Wallenquist +3
8 Hakkie2 +3


Overall ranking
1 +1 LaFlorecita 999
2 -1 marty 902
3 +3 just some guy 839
4 +3 CraZyCaLL 795
5 -2 MADRAZO 765
6 -2 laarsland 743
7 +1 shawnm4747 730
8 -3 Kryvo 729
9 +2 LukasCPH 718
10 -1 GP Blanco 715

Spreadsheet at MediaFire
Alberto we love you
on the road
you don't need to say this stuff
we saw you on the road
you blessed us with 9 great shows
let's not argue the toss about the official count
you are much bigger than that
~TourOfSardinia
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18 May 2017 20:20

Update 9: Colombian domination

I was quite surprised when I checked out the scores for this update, somehow several Colombians scored major points and this completely went past me :p This all happened in the Vuelta a Madrid. Hakkie2 is the highest scorer, with big points from Carapaz (50), Reyes (46) and uncommon pick Aguirre (60). He also scored 65 points with Vendrame. It's a pretty impressive total score and with those points, he is also the (joint) highest mover, moving up 13 positions, into 5th overall!

Marty, who was in 2nd place before this update, is the 2nd highest scorer, with points from Vendrame, Reyes and Carapaz as well, and also 44 points from José Manuel Diaz - who? :D , nice pick, 0-pointer, only 1 other player found him as well, just some guy ;) Thanks to marty's good week, he moves into 1st place overall again :)

3rd highest scorer is fauniera, he scored with Vendrame, Aguirre and Carapaz and is also among the highest movers.

Joint highest mover is last year's #2, allobroges, who had an underwhelming start this year after leading the rankings for most of last year. He scored with Vendrame, Reyes and also with almost-unique pick Fabio Jakobsen (30 points). Will this be the start of his comeback?

3rd highest mover is Armchair Cyclist, climbing 8 positions, main scorers for him were Vendrame and Carapaz as well.

Overall, as I already mentioned, marty moves into first place again, while Hakkie2 enters the top-10 as well as last year's winner Wallenquist and snccdcno, the unfortunate three that dropped out are GP Blanco, MADRAZO and Kryvo.


Highest scorers
1 Hakkie2 251
2 marty 236
3 fauniera 201
4 CraZyCaLL 184
5 Wallenquist 175
5 allobroges 175
7 Armchair Cyclist 145
8 snccdcno 144
9 Kazistuta 133
10 Nicosix 110

Highest movers
1 Hakkie2 +13
1 allobroges +13
3 Armchair Cyclist +8
4 Wallenquist +7
4 fauniera +7
6 Kazistuta +6
6 Leadbelly +6
6 Midge +6
9 snccdcno +5
10 Nicosix +3



Overall
1 +1 marty 1138
2 -1 LaFlorecita 1027
3 +1 CraZyCaLL 979
4 -1 just some guy 917
5 +13 Hakkie2 838
6 0 laarsland 831
7 +2 LukasCPH 804
8 -1 shawnm4747 796
9 +7 Wallenquist 792
10 +5 snccdcno 785
Spreadsheet at MediaFire
Alberto we love you
on the road
you don't need to say this stuff
we saw you on the road
you blessed us with 9 great shows
let's not argue the toss about the official count
you are much bigger than that
~TourOfSardinia
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Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2017

01 Jun 2017 18:03

Update 10: Big scores across the board

We saw some big performances by young riders in the past 2 weeks, and although I haven't checked, I wouldn't be surprised it this was one of the highest scores in a Youth game update ever. The top-10 all scored 250 or more points. I was the highest scorer with just over 400 points :) . A big part of my score came from Remi Cavagna (136) and Ruben Guerreiro (70), thanks to their top-10 results at the Belgium Tour. I also scored points with amongst others Gaudu (48), Schachmann (29) and Mas (30). Guerreiro is quite a rare pick with only 4 picks, but I was also happy to see my other rarest picks pick up some points, Hofstede, Insausti and Gibbons.

2nd highest scorer DJW also had Cavagna and Guerreiro, but also rare pick Tao Geoghegan Hart, who scored 65 points in California. With his big score, DJW is also the highest mover, climbing 13 places. He is now in 13th place. 3rd highest scorer GP Blanco did not select Cavagna, but scored significant points with many of his riders, like Guerreiro, rare pick Schultz (62), Carapaz (59) and Gaudu. He moves 7 places and jumps back into the top-10.

As mentioned DJW was the highest mover, joint 2nd are Kazistuta and scrooll07, climbing 10 places. Kazistuta's major scorers were Cavagna, Carapaz and Gaudu and he moves into the top-10. Scrooll07 got a big part of his points from Cavagna and Geoghegan Hart.

Overall, I move back into first place at the expense of marty. Thanks to the big scores in this update, we see 4 people make a big leap into the top-10 :eek: : GP Blanco, fauniera, Kazistuta and al_pacino. Last year's winner Wallenquist, shawn4747, LukasCPH and snccdcno drop out of the top-10 but all are within 50 points of 10th place so can easily jump back in next update.

Highest scorers
1 LaFlorecita 406
2 DJW 358
3 GP Blanco 348
4 fauniera 340
5 Kazistuta 326
6 scrooll07 283
7 allobroges 269
8 CraZyCaLL 267
9 Pentacycle 252
10 Arb 250

Highest movers
1 DJW +13
2 Kazistuta +10
2 scrooll07 +10
4 fauniera +8
5 GP Blanco +7
5 Pentacycle +7
5 Arb +7
5 postmanhat +7
9 al_pacino +6
10 allobroges +4
10 rote_lanterne +4
10 Roubaix +4
10 Josedin +4

Overall
1 +1 LaFlorecita 1433
2 -1 marty 1273
3 0 CraZyCaLL 1246
4 +7 GP Blanco 1131
5 +8 fauniera 1119
6 -2 just some guy 1067
7 -2 Hakkie2 1047
8 -2 laarsland 1031
9 +10 Kazistuta 1010
10 +6 al_pacino 993

spreadsheet at Mediafire
Alberto we love you
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you don't need to say this stuff
we saw you on the road
you blessed us with 9 great shows
let's not argue the toss about the official count
you are much bigger than that
~TourOfSardinia
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Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2017

15 Jun 2017 18:19

Update 11: MVDP is MVP

An interesting update in which we have not one but TWO highest scorers, DJW and snccdcno. Let's just say this is their reward for helping me out from time to time with updates - Karma is real :)
Both have the highest scoring rider on their team, in fact the entire top 8 have him: Mathieu van der Poel, who, besides beating Gilbert in a sprint at the Tour of Belgium to win a stage and winning 2 stages and GC at the Boucles de la Mayenne (and finishing 2nd and 3rd on the other 2 stages), also casually finished 2nd in the Albstadt MTB race, behind the World champion. Certainly an impressive feat and it is quite astonishing that "only" 8 people picked him when he cost just 38 points. A massive bargain (although I did not pick him :D ), with his 171 points scored in the last two weeks he turned himself into a great pick in an instant.

snccdcno also scored big points with Andrea Vendrame, who also scored at the Boucles de la Mayenne, and Owain Doull. DJW saw his British picks Doull, Dibben and Geoghegan Hart each grab a nice chunk of points. DJW and snccdcno also both feature in the top-5 highest movers, in 5th and 3rd position, respectively, and they moved into 5th and 6th overall.
3rd highest scorer is togo95, who is just 4 measly points away from the two best scorers. Besides Van der Poel, he also scored big with Vendrame and Malucelli. Togo95 is also the 2nd highest mover, jumping 12 spots into 10th place.

Our highest mover is Pantani1, climbing the rankings like his namesake climbed the mountains. Pantani1 must be very happy, because 4 of his 8 unique picks scored points in this update! Most importantly, Krists Neilands scored 45 and Michal Schlegel 28, and of course Pantani1 also selected Van der Poel.
Joint 3rd highest mover, with snccdcno, is Ludwigzgz. He is last of the people with Van der Poel in this update, but those points, plus 29 for Doull and a few handful of points for others still help him move up a big 10 positions. :)

Overall, I am still the leader with marty in 2nd. However, we see that Hakkie2 jumps to 3rd, pushing CraZyCaLL from the podium. In the lower regions of the top-10, we also see Kryvo climb 8 spots to 9th position. Laarsland, Kazistuta, just some guy and al_pacino will be licking their wounds after falling out of the top-10, they are now in positions 11 to 14.

Highest scorers
1 DJW 299
1 snccdcno 299
3 togo95 295
4 Hakkie2 287
5 Pantani1 285
6 Kryvo 236
7 rote_lanterne 235
8 Ludwigzgz 222
9 search 205
10 Leadbelly 172

Highest movers
1 Pantani1 +17
2 togo95 +12
3 snccdcno +10
3 Ludwigzgz +10
5 DJW +8
5 Kryvo +8
7 rote_lanterne +7
8 Leadbelly +6
8 search +6
10 Josedin +5

Overall
1 0 LaFlorecita 1508
2 0 marty 1361
3 +4 Hakkie2 1334
4 -1 CraZyCaLL 1305
5 +8 DJW 1262
6 +10 snccdcno 1247
7 -2 fauniera 1245
8 -4 GP Blanco 1226
9 +8 Kryvo 1158
10 +12 togo95 1149

Spreadsheet at MediaFire
Alberto we love you
on the road
you don't need to say this stuff
we saw you on the road
you blessed us with 9 great shows
let's not argue the toss about the official count
you are much bigger than that
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Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2017

28 Jun 2017 19:43

DJW's update posted on Velorooms forum:
Update 12: Nats the way to do it!

A fairly busy couple of weeks with the Tour de Suisse and Route du Sud finishing, but more importantly a huge line-up of road nats ITTs and RRs which some young riders did very well in.

Maximilian Schachmann is the star performer with over 100 points at the German Nats. Ruben Guerreiro also cropped up with an excellent RR win, while Tao Geoghegan Hart picked up points at the Tour de Suisse and Carapaz got a strong result at Route du Sud.

Upcoming stars including Neilson Powless, Ravasi, Jon Dibben, Barbier, Cavagna and Kilian Frankiny also picked up a few points at Nats.

Also don't forget the baby Giro won by Pavel Sivakov (with Powless picking up a few points). That GC is sure to include a few good tips for next year (shame there aren't more CQ points on offer)


Team Points this week

CraZyCaLL 337
just some guy 317
DJW 304
Armchair Cyclist 287
snccdcno 281
laarsland 281
LaFlorecita 254
togo95 248
MADRAZO 243


A huge score for CraZyCaLL who picked up big points from Schachmann and Carapaz as well as good returns from Powless and Guerreiro.

snccdcno, togo95 and I have had good weeks again in part due to MVdP. snccdcno also had Schachmann and Carapaz, togo95 had Schachmann and Powless, and I had Powless and a high scoring rare pick in Tao Geoghegan Hart.

Most of the top 10 had some combination of those riders. Special mention to Armchair Cyclist who got points from baby Giro winner Sivakov and unique pick Truls Engen Korsaeth.


Highest movers

Team Up/down


Arb +7
Armchair Cyclist +6
MADRAZO +5
just some guy +3
postmanhat +3
Wallenquist +3
Roubaix +3
Guilherme Ribeiro +3
Ludwigzgz +3
Squire +3




Rank Up/down Team Points
1 0 LaFlorecita 1762
2 2 CraZyCaLL 1642
3 -1 marty 1567
4 1 DJW 1566
5 -2 Hakkie2 1532
6 0 snccdcno 1528
7 1 GP Blanco 1459
8 -1 fauniera 1449
9 2 laarsland 1424
10 3 just some guy 1418


CraZyCaLL jumps onto the podium and closes the gap to LaFlorecita who is still a little ways out in front. I've closed the gap to the podium to only 1 point. laarsland and JSG have jumped up in to the top 10, replacing Kryvo and togo95.



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