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11 Jul 2018 17:39

Maybe he can even win a race one day, if he can wheelsuck a guy who will later be disqualified!
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13 Jul 2018 14:03

NIBALI!

Just won in Austria. :p
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25 Jul 2018 07:36

Manzana Postobon dominating the first mountain stage of Qinghai Lake, with Aguirre finally taking his first pro victory. On Friday they have another mountain stage. A finish on Winter Tree Hill, which is at an altitude of 4112 meters. Damn.
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25 Jul 2018 11:54

Power wins the Ordiaziko Klasika after being gifted the win by S.Yates.
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26 Jul 2018 15:20

Kennaugh wins the GP Cerami in Belgium. He won solo after attacking from the break in crazy wind and rain. Nice to see that he’s alive.
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26 Jul 2018 17:16

Zinoviev Letter wrote:Kennaugh wins the GP Cerami in Belgium. He won solo after attacking from the break in crazy wind and rain. Nice to see that he’s alive.

And most of the stage in +35 °C. Tough conditions.
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26 Jul 2018 17:22

Jagartrott wrote:
Zinoviev Letter wrote:Kennaugh wins the GP Cerami in Belgium. He won solo after attacking from the break in crazy wind and rain. Nice to see that he’s alive.

And most of the stage in +35 °C. Tough conditions.


Perhaps the rain and heat cancel out each other a bit?
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26 Jul 2018 17:28

The rain was only at the end (thunderstorm)
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27 Jul 2018 08:11

DNP-Old wrote:Manzana Postobon dominating the first mountain stage of Qinghai Lake, with Aguirre finally taking his first pro victory. On Friday they have another mountain stage. A finish on Winter Tree Hill, which is at an altitude of 4112 meters. Damn.

1 AGUIRRE Hernan Manzana Postobon 1:47:39
2 SANTORO Antonio Monkey Town Continental Team 0:28
3 BOHÓRQUEZ Hernando Manzana Postobon 0:52
4 SIERRA Yecid Arturo Manzana Postobon 0:59
5 OVETT Freddy Australian Cycling Academy - Ride Sunshine Coast 1:13
6 POLIVODA Oleksandr Ningxia Sports Lottery - Livall Cycling team 2:07
7 KOSHEVOY Ilia Wilier Triestina - Selle Italia 2:14
8 ROGINA Radoslav Adria Mobil 2:16
9 DAVIDENOK Ilya Beijing XDS - Innova Cycling Team 2:24
10 VILELA Ricardo Manzana Postobon ,,

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01 Aug 2018 13:45

Such a pleasure to watch the couple of televised stages of the Tour de Wallonie after the worst stretch of the season (the ore Tour dead zone plus the Tour)
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01 Aug 2018 15:47

Did Wellens just win Tour de Wallonie partly because Gibbons oversprinted Q. Hermans for third?
(Obviously also because Wellens took bonus seconds during the stage.)
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01 Aug 2018 16:05

RedheadDane wrote:Did Wellens just win Tour de Wallonie partly because Gibbons oversprinted Q. Hermans for third?
(Obviously also because Wellens took bonus seconds during the stage.)


Yes.
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06 Aug 2018 01:42

Pierre-Luc Périchon won Polynormande.
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12 Aug 2018 16:19

Robert Stannard wins the Sportivo Di Poggiani - Super talent who'll be riding for Mitchelton Scott in 2019
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12 Aug 2018 16:35

Samuel Mugisha (20 yo Rwandan) wins the last edition of the Tour of Rwanda as a 2.2 race. He raced a lot of .2 and U23 races this season in Europe without big results (except KOM winner in Giro d'Aosta), so let's see if he can break through on the larger stage.
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Sestriere wrote:Samuel Mugisha (20 yo Rwandan) wins the last edition of the Tour of Rwanda as a 2.2 race. He raced a lot of .2 and U23 races this season in Europe without big results (except KOM winner in Giro d'Aosta), so let's see if he can break through on the larger stage.


Does that mean it's becoming a 2.1 race? Nice.
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13 Aug 2018 09:21

RedheadDane wrote:
Sestriere wrote:Samuel Mugisha (20 yo Rwandan) wins the last edition of the Tour of Rwanda as a 2.2 race. He raced a lot of .2 and U23 races this season in Europe without big results (except KOM winner in Giro d'Aosta), so let's see if he can break through on the larger stage.


Does that mean it's becoming a 2.1 race? Nice.

Yeah Rwanda wants to show UCI they can organise a big race. They are in for the first WC organisation in Africa.
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14 Aug 2018 20:15

With a second place on the prologue of the Tour of Hungary, Charles Planet was very close to giving Team Novo Nordisk their first pro victory since their inception - obviously in the smallest race imaginable but still a pity he didn't get it I think.
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14 Aug 2018 20:26

tobydawq wrote:With a second place on the prologue of the Tour of Hungary, Charles Planet was very close to giving Team Novo Nordisk their first pro victory since their inception - obviously in the smallest race imaginable but still a pity he didn't get it I think.

Didn't David Lozano win stage 7 of the Tour of Rwanda for them three days ago?
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14 Aug 2018 20:36

Tim Booth wrote:
tobydawq wrote:With a second place on the prologue of the Tour of Hungary, Charles Planet was very close to giving Team Novo Nordisk their first pro victory since their inception - obviously in the smallest race imaginable but still a pity he didn't get it I think.

Didn't David Lozano win stage 7 of the Tour of Rwanda for them three days ago?


The Tour of Rwanda is - or was until this edition - a 2.2 race which, if I understand correctly, doesn't count as a pro race.
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