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19 Aug 2017 01:02

Mezgec won Veenendaal–Veenendaal, aka the former "Dutch Food Valley Classic". Then Wippert, Hofland and Boom.
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19 Aug 2017 05:00

TMP402 wrote:Mezgec won Veenendaal–Veenendaal, aka the former "Dutch Food Valley Classic". Then Wippert, Hofland and Boom.


No one ever called this race like that. It was always Veenendaal-Veenendaal.
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19 Aug 2017 12:32

Bye Bye Bicycle wrote:
TMP402 wrote:Mezgec won Veenendaal–Veenendaal, aka the former "Dutch Food Valley Classic". Then Wippert, Hofland and Boom.


No one ever called this race like that. It was always Veenendaal-Veenendaal.


I wish you were right, but I was so sad to see it called that just the other day.
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24 Aug 2017 15:21

Jérôme Baugnies won his third consecutive Druivenkoers Overijse yesterday. Johan Museeuw and Sergei Ivanov both won it two years in a row, but now Baugnies moves into third on the winners list - joint first are Roger de Vlaeminck and Björn Leukemans, who won it a remarkable four years in a row.
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25 Aug 2017 09:34

Mads Pedersen won the 20.6km ITT in the Tour du Poitou Charentes (2.1) yesterday, 26 seconds ahead of Castroviejo. Not a bad ride at all, I think. Going into the final day of the race he now leads the GC with a 35 second bonus.
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25 Aug 2017 18:06

Mads Pedersen takes the overall. Great result from a young rider. Amazing TT, especially for an all-rounder.
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25 Aug 2017 18:34

This race always throws up such odd TT results
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27 Aug 2017 16:01

I'm sorry there wasn't more attention given to Schaal Sels. Taco van der Hoorn beat defending champion Wout van Aert and Tim Merlier.
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02 Sep 2017 15:27

Demare wins Paris-Brussels. But what a weak top-10 for a semi-classic:

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:mad: :mad: :mad: :mad:
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02 Sep 2017 17:16

Pengtings, Kump finished 2nd, he's turning out to be a great pick for my cq team
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02 Sep 2017 19:06

Brullnux wrote:Pengtings, Kump finished 2nd, he's turning out to be a great pick for my cq team


AKA poor Andre, how far you've fallen.
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TMP402 wrote:Demare wins Paris-Brussels. But what a weak top-10 for a semi-classic:

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:mad: :mad: :mad: :mad:

Coquard 54th, Degenkolb 58th...

Still, very nice win for Nono :) .
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02 Sep 2017 19:29

https://twitter.com/BrusselsCycClas/status/903993738502000640

That sprint by Demare.... His form is really enigmatic at the moment.
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02 Sep 2017 20:11

Looks like Kump has finally decided that he's spent enough years at Adria Mobil.
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03 Sep 2017 05:52

Wippert won something O.O
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03 Sep 2017 07:36

Oh come on...this race has nothing to do with Paris-Brussels.
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03 Sep 2017 08:31

Tonton wrote:
TMP402 wrote:Demare wins Paris-Brussels. But what a weak top-10 for a semi-classic:

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:mad: :mad: :mad: :mad:

Coquard 54th, Degenkolb 58th...

Still, very nice win for Nono :) .


Degenkolb was allowed to start this? I thought if you withdraw from a race, then you couldn't start another race for the duration of the race you left. Or is there a difference between leaving a race "just because", and leaving because you got sick?
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03 Sep 2017 08:34

Degenkolb pulld the sprint for Stuyven btw. So judging him by his position is weird :D
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03 Sep 2017 09:00

RedheadDane wrote:
Tonton wrote:
TMP402 wrote:Demare wins Paris-Brussels. But what a weak top-10 for a semi-classic:

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:mad: :mad: :mad: :mad:

Coquard 54th, Degenkolb 58th...

Still, very nice win for Nono :) .


Degenkolb was allowed to start this? I thought if you withdraw from a race, then you couldn't start another race for the duration of the race you left. Or is there a difference between leaving a race "just because", and leaving because you got sick?

You can start, as long as the organisation of the race you originally left gives you permission to.
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