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12 Sep 2017 06:45

the asian wrote:Thanks for the update Skidmark!

As expected, back in the lead :)

Nervous run in though. with Kazistuta moving closer.

He has Gilbert & Martin who can score quite big at the World's


LOL at the notion that Martin will ever score big in a time trial :lol:

Well, one could hope so. And Gilbert would be wise to pull out a late-season surge similiar to his spring performance :cool:

My goal for now is securing the podium spot, while a top5 placing would be more than approved.
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12 Sep 2017 09:20

Hmm people scored higher than I thought this week. More folks with Zakarin, Nibali, Van Garderen etc. around than I realized. I hoped with Boom, Kwiatkowski and Ewan that I could gain a bit, but I only dropped further :(
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12 Sep 2017 09:40

I'm happy with where I am. With a little push in the late season I could enter the top30.
Note to self for next year: a couple more GT riders.
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12 Sep 2017 14:23

Thanks for the update!
Kazistuta jumped ahead of me as expected, but it's closer than I thought. The fight for the podium will be interesting and a bad autumn could see me drop down like a stone.
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12 Sep 2017 17:36

The battle for the third spot is very tight.
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Re: The 2017 CQ Ranking Manager Thread

12 Sep 2017 20:21

Thanks for the update. Decent week for me with place 38, which is the 4th best result out of the top ten and two of the better scorers were placed 35th and 36th. However I still lost a place and am now 10th but on the bright side I'm only 100 points away from place 7. Anyway I just hope I'll have a few good weeks again. My team was always decent this summer but I still went backwards slowly and surely so I hope to move upwards again anytime soon.
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Re: The 2017 CQ Ranking Manager Thread

12 Sep 2017 20:37

Since Kazistuta, GP Blanco and me are only 9 points apart, here's the list of every rider unique to the trio of us.
Disclaimer: I was tired and actually looking for something else, so I might very well missed something here.

Kazistuta
ALBANESE Vincenzo
BETANCUR GOMEZ Carlos Alberto
BONIFAZIO Niccolo
BRESCHEL Matti
CAMPENAERTS Victor
DEVOLDER Stijn
GILBERT Philippe
MARTIN Tony
MINALI Riccardo
PELUCCHI Matteo
TEUNISSEN Mike
WOUTERS Enzo


HelgeBlendet
BUCHMANN Emanuel
CICCONE Giulio
CINK Ondrej
DILLIER Silvan
DOMBROWSKI Joseph Lloyd
GESINK Robert
HERKLOTZ Silvio
MARONESE Marco
MCCARTHY Jay
OOMEN Sam
POLITT Nils
VALLEE Boris
VALLS FERRI Rafael


GP Blanco
BATTAGLIN Enrico
CONSONNI Simone
DE PLUS Laurens
DOULL Owain
FELLINE Fabio
GAVIRIA RENDON Fernando
GOUGEARD Alexis
JAUREGUI Quentin
MOLANO BENAVIDES Juan Sebastian
OLIVIER Daan
ROGLIC Primoz
SEPULVEDA Eduardo
SINKELDAM Ramon
SPILAK Simon
VERVAEKE Louis
ZOIDL Riccardo

Every other rider on our teams is at least of one of the other 2 teams. GP Blanco has the numbers (16 uniques) in his favour compared to Kazistuta (12) and me (13). I'm kinda lacking the WC big point guys, though.

Riders only one of us doesn't have:
GP Blanco doesn't have: KWIATKOWSKI, TEUNS, BOECKMANS, VAN KEIRSBULCK, KÖNIG
Kazistuta doesn't have: LAMPAERT, KÄMNA
HelgeBle. doesn't have: BERNAL, TROFIMOV, GANNA

We share everyone else (GP Blanco also misses Malori and Mamykin, but the probably won't score points this year anyway). Should be fun to watch until the end.
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Re: The 2017 CQ Ranking Manager Thread

13 Sep 2017 07:08

König is on the final startlist of todays Coppa Agostoni, by the way.

Lots of one day races in the coming days, i hope my guys get me closer to the asian again.

fauniera
URAN URAN Rigoberto
BENOOT Tiesj
SEPULVEDA Eduardo
GAUDU David
CICCONE Giulio
DILLIER Silvan
ALBANESE Vincenzo
MAS NICOLAU Enric
CONSONNI Simone
INTXAUSTI ELORRIAGA Beñat
GANNA Filippo
MOLANO BENAVIDES Juan Sebastian
MINALI Riccardo
AGUIRRE CALPA Hernan Ricardo
DOULL Owain

the asian
ROGLIC Primoz
TAARAMÄE Rein
MOSER Moreno
ROLLAND Pierre
BOOM Lars
HIVERT Jonathan
MULLEN Ryan
DOMBROWSKI Joseph Lloyd
TEUNS Dylan
MACHADO Tiago Jose Pinto
ACEVEDO CALLE Janier Alexis
VAN KEIRSBULCK Guillaume
HEPBURN Michael
KISERLOVSKI Robert
OLIVIER Daan

I still like my team better, but then i'm 103 points behind. ;)
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13 Sep 2017 10:30

An honour to top the table after the Vuelta week.

Kruj let us down with his late withdrawal in Giro, but he has shown here again he is grand tour rider. I built the team in hope of a Giro/Vuelta double, we went close in both, and will take the life to mid table.

Even at top I can but wonder what a fit Fraille could have done in the mountains, Not sure how team will fare now Nibali now injured puts his post Vuelta run of races in jeopardy
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Re: The 2017 CQ Ranking Manager Thread

13 Sep 2017 11:58

fauniera wrote:König is on the final startlist of todays Coppa Agostoni, by the way.

Lots of one day races in the coming days, i hope my guys get me closer to the asian again.

fauniera
URAN URAN Rigoberto
BENOOT Tiesj
SEPULVEDA Eduardo
GAUDU David
CICCONE Giulio
DILLIER Silvan
ALBANESE Vincenzo
MAS NICOLAU Enric
CONSONNI Simone
INTXAUSTI ELORRIAGA Beñat
GANNA Filippo
MOLANO BENAVIDES Juan Sebastian
MINALI Riccardo
AGUIRRE CALPA Hernan Ricardo
DOULL Owain

the asian
ROGLIC Primoz
TAARAMÄE Rein
MOSER Moreno
ROLLAND Pierre
BOOM Lars
HIVERT Jonathan
MULLEN Ryan
DOMBROWSKI Joseph Lloyd
TEUNS Dylan
MACHADO Tiago Jose Pinto
ACEVEDO CALLE Janier Alexis
VAN KEIRSBULCK Guillaume
HEPBURN Michael
KISERLOVSKI Robert
OLIVIER Daan

I still like my team better, but then i'm 103 points behind. ;)


Your team is certainly better.

I'll have to rely on big performances by Roglic. Teuns & Boom.
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Re: The 2017 CQ Ranking Manager Thread

13 Sep 2017 12:32

Well, my team is behind, so it can't be better. I have a deeper field, yes, but we'll see if that can compensate for the missing super pick Teuns. Or Boom for that matter.
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Re: The 2017 CQ Ranking Manager Thread

20 Sep 2017 18:20

the asian wrote:
I'll have to rely on big performances by Roglic. Teuns & Boom.

Rogla delivered today. I'm over 200 points behind now (again), will be difficult.
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Re: The 2017 CQ Ranking Manager Thread

20 Sep 2017 21:46

fauniera wrote:
the asian wrote:
I'll have to rely on big performances by Roglic. Teuns & Boom.

Rogla delivered today. I'm over 200 points behind now (again), will be difficult.

When Uran, Benoot, Gaudu and Mas finish 1st-4th in the mighty Tour of Guangxi, Rogla's meagre Worlds points won't matter a second. :D
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21 Sep 2017 19:28

Will there be an update this week (so basically last week score)? With Denmark Tour and some Italian races..
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Re: The 2017 CQ Ranking Manager Thread

21 Sep 2017 21:24

Update #36: LosBrolin wins for third week this year as top remains unchanged

Hi all, apologies for the delay in update. I've been really sick for several days, down-and-out. Now I'm back enough to make an update at least.

This Week's Top Scorers

Rank Team Points this week
1 LosBrolin 781
2 comodoro 722
3 AlyKaptan 653
4 Kjellus 651
5 PremierAndrew 570

LosBrolin wins for the third time in five weeks (their team also won Weeks 32 & 33 if you recall last month). But whereas those wins were powered by unique pick Bouhanni and rare pick August Jensen, this is a well-rounded effort, with a bunch of points for Mads Pedersen and Lennard Hofstede from the Post-Danmark Rundt, as well as strong Gaviria points, and World TTT points from Soren Kragh Andersen and Lennard Kamna. comodoro is the only team that comes within a hundred points, sporting top points from a very similar lineup but not having the minor support points to put their team over the top (maybe Bouhanni's 39 points were crucial this week after all). AlyKaptan just squeaks into third on the strength of mostly Pedersen and Gaviria.

This Week's High Movers

Rank Team up/down
1 merengues (+11)
1 Kjellus (+11)
1 AlyKaptan (+11)
4 Eyeballs Out (+10)
5 kabete (+9)

A three-way tie for first this week! AlyKaptan is the only repeating podium member, but all three take a big leap - merengues to 39th overall, Kjellus to 71st and Alykaptan to 22nd.

Green Jersey Competition

Rank Team Total
1 fauniera 226
2 Blues in the bottle 225
3 scrooll07 214
4 GP Blanco 200
5 Kazistuta 197
6 the asian 195

Verrrry close at the top. Blues in the bottle nabs 4 points for a 14th place on the week to pull within 1 point of fauniera for the overall lead! GP Blanco gets 8 points on the week to move to an even 200, but other than that, no one within striking distance of the top (that is, 45 points, which I've shown here) picks up anything.

Top 10 Overall

Rank Up/down Team Points
1 (-) the asian 14333
2 (-) fauniera 14255
3 (+2) GP Blanco 13891
4 (-) HelgeBlendet 13820
5 (-2) Kazistuta 13703
6 (-) del1962 13649
7 (+1) Blues in the bottle 13506
8 (-1) Squire 13393
9 (+3) Wallenquist 13286
10 (-1) Hakkie2 13171

fauniera claws back 25 points on the asian this week in the battle for the top, and GP Blanco does some leapfrogging to get back to a podium spot. But for the most part, the status quo is upheld. There aren't many opportunities past this week's big 400-point Worlds Road Race to close the kind of gap the top 2 have on everyone else, so the top end of things may be more clear by next week's rankings. Wallenquist rides a good week back into the top 10, while Gigs_98 slips out.

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