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60th Record Bank E3 Harelbe, 24th March 2017, 206 km, 1.UWT

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60th Record Bank E3 Harelbe, 24th March 2017, 206 km, 1.UWT

20 Mar 2017 08:09

Harelbeke › Kortrijk (206 km)

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1 Katteberg (177k)
2 La Houppe (112k)
3 Oude Kruisberg (96k)
4 Knokteberg (88k)
5 Hotondberg (86k)
6 Kortekeer (78k)
7 Taaienberg (74k)
8 Boigneberg (66k)
9 Eikenberg (63k)
10 Stationsberg (57k)
11 Kapelberg (46k)
12 Paterberg (41k)
13 Oude Kwaremont (37k)
14 Karnemelkbeekstraat (29k)
15 Tiegemberg (19k)


Bora - Hansgrohe
1 SAGAN, Peter
2 BAŠKA, Erik
3 BODNAR, Maciej
4 BURGHARDT, Marcus
5 PFINGSTEN, Christoph
6 PÖSTLBERGER, Lukas
7 SAGAN, Juraj
8 SARAMOTINS, Aleksejs

Quick-Step Floors
11 BOONEN, Tom
12 GILBERT, Philippe
13 BAUER, Jack
14 KEISSE, Iljo
15 LAMPAERT, Yves
16 STYBAR, Zdenek
17 TERPSTRA, Niki
18 TRENTIN, Matteo

Lotto Soudal
21 BENOOT, Tiesj
22 ROELANDTS, Jurgen
23 DEBUSSCHERE, Jens
24 MAES, Nikolas
25 WALLAYS, Jelle
26 DE BUYST, Jasper
27 SIEBERG, Marcel
28 GALLOPIN, Tony

BMC Racing Team
31 VAN AVERMAET, Greg
32 DILLIER, Silvan
33 DRUCKER, Jean-Pierre
34 ELMIGER, Martin
35 GERTS, Floris
36 SCHAR, Michael
37 QUINZIATO, Manuel
38 OSS, Daniel

Team Sky
41 ROWE, Luke
42 STANNARD, Ian
43 MOSCON, Gianni
44 PUCCIO, Salvatore
45 DOULL, Owain
46 KNEES, Christian
47 VAN POPPEL, Danny
48 WIŚNIOWSKI, Łukasz

AG2R La Mondiale
51 VANDENBERGH, Stijn
52 NAESEN, Oliver
53 DUVAL, Julien
54 GOUGEARD, Alexis
55 HOULE, Hugo
56 DENZ, Nico
57 PETERS, Nans
58 BAGDONAS, Gediminas

Astana Pro Team
61 DE VREESE, Laurens
62 BRESCHEL, Matti
63 GATTO, Oscar
64 GRIVKO, Andrei
65 GRUZDEV, Dmitriy
66 LUTSENKO, Alexey
67 TLEUBAYEV, Ruslan
68 VALGREN, Michael

Bahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team
72 BONIFAZIO, Niccolo
73 BOZIC, Borut
74 COLBRELLI, Sonny
75 GARCIA CORTINA, Ivan
76 INSAUSTI, Jon Ander
77 PER, David
78 PIBERNIK, Luka

Cannondale-Drapac Pro Cycling Team
81 VANMARCKE, Sep
82 VAN ASBROECK, Tom
83 BEVIN, Patrick
84 LANGEVELD, Sebastian
85 SCULLY, Thomas
86 BETTIOL, Alberto
87 VAN BAARLE, Dylan
88 PHINNEY, Taylor

FDJ
91 DÉMARE, Arnaud
92 DELAGE, Mickaël
93 GUARNIERI, Jacopo
94 HOELGAARD, Daniel
95 KONOVALOVAS, Ignatas
96 LADAGNOUS, Matthieu
97 LE GAC, Olivier
98 SARREAU, Marc

Movistar Team
101 ARCAS, Jorge
102 BARBERO, Carlos
103 BICO, Nuno
104 CARAPAZ, Richard
105 CARRETERO, Héctor
107 QUINTANA, Dayer
108 SUTHERLAND, Rory

ORICA-Scott
111 KEUKELEIRE, Jens
113 DURBRIDGE, Luke
114 HAYMAN, Mathew
115 HEPBURN, Michael
116 JUUL-JENSEN, Christopher
117 DOCKER, Mitchell
118 CORT NIELSEN, Magnus

Dimension Data
121 BOASSON HAGEN, Edvald
122 DOUGALL, Nick
123 EISEL, Bernhard
124 FARRAR, Tyler
125 JANSE VAN RENSBURG, Reinardt
126 REGUIGUI, Youcef
127 THOMSON, Jay Robert
128 THWAITES, Scott

Team Katusha - Alpecin
131 KRISTOFF, Alexander
132 BYSTRØM, Sven Erik
133 HALLER, Marco
134 HOLLENSTEIN, Reto
135 KUZNETSOV, Viacheslav
136 MARTIN, Tony
137 MØRKØV, Michael
138 POLITT, Nils

Team LottoNL-Jumbo
141 BOOM, Lars
142 CASTELIJNS, Twan
143 LEEZER, Tom
144 ROOSEN, Timo
145 TANKINK, Bram
146 VAN EMDEN, Jos
147 WAGNER, Robert
148 WYNANTS, Maarten

Team Sunweb
151 ANDERSEN, Søren Kragh
152 CURVERS, Roy
153 DE BACKER, Bert
154 SINKELDAM, Ramon
155 STAMSNIJDER, Tom
156 TEUNISSEN, Mike
157 TIMMER, Albert
158 WAEYTENS, Zico

Trek - Segafredo
161 STUYVEN, Jasper
162 THEUNS, Edward
163 DEGENKOLB, John
164 DE KORT, Koen
165 FELLINE, Fabio
166 PEDERSEN, Mads
167 RAST, Gregory
168 BEPPU, Fumiyuki

UAE Team Emirates
171 CONSONNI, Simone
172 GANNA, Filippo
173 KUMP, Marko
174 LAENGEN, Vegard Stake
175 MARCATO, Marco
176 MODOLO, Sacha
177 TROIA, Oliviero
178 ZURLO, Federico

Sport Vlaanderen - Baloise
181 ALLEGAERT, Piet
182 DE GENDT, Aime
183 DECLERCQ, Benjamin
184 LIETAER, Eliot
185 SPRENGERS, Thomas
186 VAN GESTEL, Dries
187 VAN ROOY, Kenneth
188 VAN HECKE, Preben

Vérandas Willems-Crelan
191 DEVOLDER, Stijn
192 CORDEEL, Sander
193 DE BONDT, Dries
194 BILLE, Gaetan
195 DUIJN, Huub
196 PREMONT, Christophe
197 VAN ZUMMEREN, Stef
198 VERGAERDE, Otto

Wanty - Groupe Gobert
201 VAN KEIRSBULCK, Guillaume
202 BACKAERT, Frederik
203 KREDER, Wesley
204 OFFREDO, Yoann
205 ANTONINI, Simone
206 VAN MELSEN, Kevin
207 VANSPEYBROUCK, Pieter

WB Veranclassic Aqua Protect
211 DE WINTER, Ludwig
212 ISTA, Kevyn
213 KIRSCH, Alex
214 MASSON, Christophe
215 NAESEN, Lawrence
216 DERUETTE, Thomas
217 ROBEET, Ludovic
218 STASSEN, Julien

Direct Energie
221 ANDERSON, Ryan
222 CARDIS, Romain
223 CHAVANEL, Sylvain
224 COQUARD, Bryan
225 DUCHESNE, Antoine
226 GENE, Yohann
227 PETIT, Adrien
228 PICHOT, Alexandre

Gazprom-RusVelo
231 BRUTT, Pavel
232 LAGUTIN, Sergey
233 PORSEV, Alexander
234 SAVITSKIY, Ivan
235 SHALUNOV, Evgeny
236 SOLOMENNIKOV, Andrei
237 TSATEVICH, Alexey
238 TRUSOV, Nikolay

Roompot - Nederlandse Loterij
241 ASSELMAN, Jesper
242 DE VRIES, Berden
243 MOURIS, Jens
244 REINDERS, Elmar
245 VAN DER HOORN, Taco
246 VAN GINNEKEN, Sjoerd
247 VAN GOETHEM, Brian
248 VERMELTFOORT, Coen
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20 Mar 2017 10:06

Startlist looks a bit thin on realistic challengers. Sagan, GVA and er.... ?

Quickstep guys don't seem to have the form at the moment, neither does Kristoff. Thomas and Kwiatkowski (two recent winners) aren't entering, Cancellara is retired. Trek nowdays have a strong team but no obvious winners. Biggest challengers to the big two are probably Vanmarcke Benoot and Rowe, who always place well, but never win.
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20 Mar 2017 10:35

Yes, at least Trentin seems to be in good shape, but no Idea what to expect from Terpstra and Stybar.
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20 Mar 2017 12:50

Mayomaniac wrote:Yes, at least Trentin seems to be in good shape, but no Idea what to expect from Terpstra and Stybar.


Stybar was ok in Strade no?
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20 Mar 2017 13:55

DFA123 wrote:Startlist looks a bit thin on realistic challengers. Sagan, GVA and er.... ?

Quickstep guys don't seem to have the form at the moment, neither does Kristoff. Thomas and Kwiatkowski (two recent winners) aren't entering, Cancellara is retired. Trek nowdays have a strong team but no obvious winners. Biggest challengers to the big two are probably Vanmarcke Benoot and Rowe, who always place well, but never win.

I think Stuyven will challenge for the win.
I'm expecting good performances from Moscon and Boom as well.
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20 Mar 2017 14:42

One of the best races on the calendar and one of my favourites among the cobbled races. Best of the rest (Flanders and Roubaix).

Quick Step with 5 or 6 rider who potentially can top-5, but without the obvious winner as always.. I guess that could make for a very interesting races unless Sagan just demolishes them Cancellara-style.

Rooting for Stuyven. I have a feeling he will be better than Degenkolb.

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20 Mar 2017 17:00

Curious to see what level Boonen is at. Pretty hard to gauge considering he got held up by that crash in the Omloop but now we should find out. I don't really expect him to be able to follow Sagan or even Stuyven/Benoot/Vanmarcke. Hope I'm wrong though.
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22 Mar 2017 20:11

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22 Mar 2017 20:34

Winners since the Karnemelkbeekstraat E3 col was introduced: Sagan, Thomas, Kwiatkowski. A pattern. Best 'climber' wins. GVA, Stybar and Gilbert only ones that can follow Sagan there
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23 Mar 2017 11:35

DFA123 wrote:Startlist looks a bit thin on realistic challengers. Sagan, GVA and er.... ?

Quickstep guys don't seem to have the form at the moment, neither does Kristoff. Thomas and Kwiatkowski (two recent winners) aren't entering, Cancellara is retired. Trek nowdays have a strong team but no obvious winners. Biggest challengers to the big two are probably Vanmarcke Benoot and Rowe, who always place well, but never win.


It's about time that GVA stepped up in this race as his record isn't great at E3.
Quickstep to me look like they are coming into form at the right time, Gilbert looks good and Stybar seemed to have a good hit out at DVV and when he took off on one of the climbs he looked quiet good so it wouldn't shock if he comes close but it will be hard to beat Sagan.
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Re: 60th Record Bank E3 Harelbe, 24th March 2017, 206 km, 1.

23 Mar 2017 17:03

The only way I can see anyone other than Sagan or GVA winning is when Sagan, GVA and a 3rd rider are racing to the finish in a 3 man group and the 3rd guy attacks and both Sagan and GVA are looking at each other to chase. The only ones strong enough to potentially do that are Stybar, Terpstra, Stuyven and Rowe imo
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23 Mar 2017 17:33

Sagan and gva will drop everybody in paterberg
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Re: 60th Record Bank E3 Harelbe, 24th March 2017, 206 km, 1.

23 Mar 2017 18:32

I adore this race :) E3 is a mini Flanders.

Sagan or GVA
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Re: 60th Record Bank E3 Harelbe, 24th March 2017, 206 km, 1.

23 Mar 2017 18:56

We will see solo Sagan win or a all lot of smart, tactical, energy saving riding that some cycling fans (very incorrectly) call wheel s..... :D
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Re: 60th Record Bank E3 Harelbe, 24th March 2017, 206 km, 1.

23 Mar 2017 19:20

SKSemtex wrote:We will see solo Sagan win or a all lot of smart, tactical, energy saving riding that some cycling fans (very incorrectly) call wheel s..... :D
:p :p :p You are biased, general public simply loves smart riders, thats why cycling is so popular.
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23 Mar 2017 20:27

Sagan should drop everybody on Paterberg, Kwaremont and that third berg which I can not properly spell and try it solo to find out if he is capable such effort. I would love to see such attemp and Harelbeke is better choice than Gent. He could be capable drop everybody in this form even GVA.
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23 Mar 2017 20:44

Keram wrote:Sagan should drop everybody on Paterberg, Kwaremont and that third berg which I can not properly spell and try it solo to find out if he is capable such effort. I would love to see such attemp and Harelbeke is better choice than Gent. He could be capable drop everybody in this form even GVA.


Well, gva hanged for dear life on sagans wheel in het niewsblad, has been dropped in fermo stage sooner than I thought he would, couldn´t follow in msr. If he hasn´t got better this week, I guess he won´t be the last man standing when sagan drops the hammer.
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23 Mar 2017 20:55

Someone from the Steppers will win this
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23 Mar 2017 21:27

Can't wait. Sagan is so strong but look at that Quickstep squad. Insane. If they play their cards right they could demolish the entire race just like in DDV.
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23 Mar 2017 21:34

Tommeke to give a lesson in race craft! :)
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