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09 Apr 2017 16:41

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DNP-Old wrote:Bernal 2nd in Apennino.

That kid is such a talent. Is he even 20 yet?

Yes, he turned 20 in January.
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09 Apr 2017 16:43

That said, 2nd is kind of an underwhelming result. Not necessarily for him personally, but Androni had 3 riders in a group of 6 after a bunch of riders, including Firsanov, fell. They really should have won. Instead, they are 2nd (Bernal), 5th (Torres), 6th (Catanneo) and 7th (Masnada).
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09 Apr 2017 16:46

DNP-Old wrote:That said, 2nd is kind of a underwhelming result. Not necessarily for him personally, but Androni had 3 riders in a group of 6 after a bunch of riders, including Firsanov, fell. They really should have won. Instead, they are 2nd (Bernal), 5th (Torres), 6th (Catanneo) and 7th (Masnada).

Am I imagining things or have they already done that a couple times this year? Meaning 2-3 guys in the final 5-6 but no win.
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Re: Lesser Known Race Results 2017

09 Apr 2017 17:35

Who the hell is Danilo Celano?
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Re: Lesser Known Race Results 2017

09 Apr 2017 18:12

roundabout wrote:Who the hell is Danilo Celano?


Great question, anybody?
Every cyclists wants to look first-string, bar Bauke Mollema. He doesn't give a **** <-> Thijs Zonneveld
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09 Apr 2017 20:05

Rui vinhas 3rd today!

Volta is not far..
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09 Apr 2017 20:06

Danilo celani, the 2017 luca ascani :p
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09 Apr 2017 20:13

jens_attacks wrote:Danilo celani, the 2017 luca ascani :p

Yes, I didn't want to be the guy who says it, but it's probably one of those cases that should be discussed in a different subforum.
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09 Apr 2017 21:55

jens_attacks wrote:Danilo celani, the 2017 luca ascani :p


A bit early, no?
The guy has one single result, which came today.
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11 Apr 2017 13:59

Nacer Bouhanni (Cofidis) wins Paris-Camembert.
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11 Apr 2017 17:16

I was surprised Cofidis re-signed Bouhanni for another three seasons and on big money - He was brought to Cofidis to win GT stages and has yet to deliver.
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13 Apr 2017 14:13

Arnaud Démare (FDJ) wins Grand Prix de Denain.

2°) Nacer BOUHANNI (Cofidis)
3°) Juan Sebastian MOLANO BENAVIDES (Manzana Postobón Team)
4°) Boris VALLÉE (Fortuneo-Vital Concept)
5°) Roy JANS (WB-Veranclassic-Aqua Protect)
6°) Jérémy LECROQ (Roubaix-Lille Métropole)
7°) Coen VERMELTFOORT (Roompot-Nederlandse Loterij)
8°) Damien TOUZÉ (HP BTP-Auber 93)
9°) Bert VAN LERBERGHE (Sport Vlaanderen-Baloise)
10°) Benjamin GIRAUD (Delko Marseille-Provence KTM)
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13 Apr 2017 14:20

Alexandre B. wrote:Arnaud Démare (FDJ) wins Grand Prix de Denain.

2°) Nacer BOUHANNI (Cofidis)
3°) Juan Sebastian MOLANO BENAVIDES (Manzana Postobón Team)
4°) Boris VALLÉE (Fortuneo-Vital Concept)
5°) Roy JANS (WB-Veranclassic-Aqua Protect)
6°) Jérémy LECROQ (Roubaix-Lille Métropole)
7°) Coen VERMELTFOORT (Roompot-Nederlandse Loterij)
8°) Damien TOUZÉ (HP BTP-Auber 93)
9°) Bert VAN LERBERGHE (Sport Vlaanderen-Baloise)
10°) Benjamin GIRAUD (Delko Marseille-Provence KTM)


Demare beats Bouhanni in a sprint, happy cry.
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13 Apr 2017 14:38

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13 Apr 2017 16:04

Alexandre B. wrote:Arnaud Démare (FDJ) wins Grand Prix de Denain.

2°) Nacer BOUHANNI (Cofidis)
3°) Juan Sebastian MOLANO BENAVIDES (Manzana Postobón Team)
4°) Boris VALLÉE (Fortuneo-Vital Concept)
5°) Roy JANS (WB-Veranclassic-Aqua Protect)
6°) Jérémy LECROQ (Roubaix-Lille Métropole)
7°) Coen VERMELTFOORT (Roompot-Nederlandse Loterij)
8°) Damien TOUZÉ (HP BTP-Auber 93)
9°) Bert VAN LERBERGHE (Sport Vlaanderen-Baloise)
10°) Benjamin GIRAUD (Delko Marseille-Provence KTM)



Good stuff from Juan Sebastian Molano. Colombia have some decent young fast men.

Also impressed by the consistancy from young Touze. He's being consistantly finishing in the top 10 this year and believe he's good in more difficult finishes.
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13 Apr 2017 17:13

The Great Demare saved his classic season here. Definitely the King of the Spring Classics.
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13 Apr 2017 17:18

Molano was right up their in their sprint and has serious speed - Bouhanni was outfoxed by Demare.
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13 Apr 2017 17:36

Nathan Earle dominates Stage 1 of the Tour or Lombok - He's too good for CT level.
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13 Apr 2017 18:34

yaco wrote:Nathan Earle dominates Stage 1 of the Tour or Lombok - He's too good for CT level.

I'm amazed at how Davide Rebellin is still keeping at it in random races in Indonesia. That man absolutely loves bike racing!
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13 Apr 2017 18:50

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yaco wrote:Nathan Earle dominates Stage 1 of the Tour or Lombok - He's too good for CT level.

I'm amazed at how Davide Rebellin is still keeping at it in random races in Indonesia. That man absolutely loves bike racing!


He has no life outside of cycling, he said so himself.
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