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27 Aug 2015 20:40

2nd stage in Rio was a W52, Funvic madness. :D

1. VELOSO Gustavo Cesar (W52-Quinta da Lixa) 4:20:56
2. DINIZ Alex (Carrefour Funvic Soul Cycling Team) a 1:48
3. ALARCON Raul (W52-Quinta da Lixa) m.t.
4. RAMOS Kleber (Carrefour Funvic Soul Cycling Team)
5. VINHAS Rui (W52-Quinta da Lixa)
6. FERNANDEZ Delio (W52-Quinta da Lixa)
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27 Aug 2015 20:44

DNP-Old wrote:2nd stage in Rio was a W52, Funvic madness. :D

1. VELOSO Gustavo Cesar (W52-Quinta da Lixa) 4:20:56
2. DINIZ Alex (Carrefour Funvic Soul Cycling Team) a 1:48
3. ALARCON Raul (W52-Quinta da Lixa) m.t.
4. RAMOS Kleber (Carrefour Funvic Soul Cycling Team)
5. VINHAS Rui (W52-Quinta da Lixa)
6. FERNANDEZ Delio (W52-Quinta da Lixa)

LOL
Oscar Sevillia and 5 other riders at 3:24, just look at those gaps!
http://www.procyclingstats.com/race.php?id=151167
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28 Aug 2015 07:03

Some crazy stuff

Can't wait to see alex diniz smashing it at the rio olympics#
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28 Aug 2015 08:46

La selección de Colombia para disputar los Campeonatos del mundo de Richmond:

Nairo Quintana (Movistar Team), Rigoberto Urán (Etixx Quick Step), Sergio Luis Henao (Team Sky), el campeón nacional Robinson Chalapud (Orgullo Antioqueño), Winner Anacona (Movistar Team), Járlinson Pantano (IAM Cycling), Daniel Jaramillo (Jami Hagens Berman), Alex Cano (Team Colombia), Esteban Chaves (Orica GreenEDGE), Carlos Quintero (Team Colombia), Brayan Ramírez (Team Colombia), Julián Arredondo Moreno (Trek Factory Racing)

En sub23: Fernando Gaviria (Coldeportes - Claro), Jhonathan Ospina (GW Shimano), Juan Sebastián Molano (Team Colombia), Daniel Martínez (Team Colombia), Jonathan Restrepo (Coldeportes - Claro), Wilmar Paredes (Team Manzana Postobón), Álvaro José Hodeg (Coldeportes - Claro) y Juan Felipe Osorio (Team Manzana Postobón)

En sub19: Adrián Camilo Bustamante (Proactiva Aguas de Tunja), Julián Cardona Tabares (Orgullo Antioqueño), Javier Ignacio Montoya Montoya (Orgullo Antioqueño), Harold Alonso Tejada Canacué (Orgullo Antioqueño)
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28 Aug 2015 09:03

No Miguel Angel Lopez in the pre selection :S, dont understand how some get picked over him (Ramirez, Cano, Jaramillo).

Also surprised that Brayan Hernandez is not in the U19 selection.
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28 Aug 2015 09:09

seems other than quintana, no one from boyaca is selected. might be a political thing like everything in colombian cycling
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28 Aug 2015 20:00

Actually Anacona is also from Boyacá, Pantano from Valle, Chalapud from Nariño, Chaves and Ramirez from Bogotá, Quintero from Caldas... The rest is from Antioquia. However, Colombia doesn't have a team for Richmond: It's a sprint and has cobbles.
If it were me selecting, I would take Rubiano, Uran, Pantano, Henao, Avila, Duque and Arango.
The last two would be hard to select given that the local sprinters are not used to over 200Km... So it would equivalent to have Serpa and Arredondo than Castañeda, Roldán or Suárez (keeping Gaviria and Molano for the U23)
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28 Aug 2015 20:07

In other news, Roldan won the 3rd stage in Tour do Rio. A small break got to the finish with 49 secs ahead of the peloton

The lanterne rouge for the stage is the guy that shone in San Luis. Well, he's getting used to end minutes behind the pack since Uruguay.. or simply DNF
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28 Aug 2015 20:34

DNP-Old wrote:La selección de Colombia para disputar los Campeonatos del mundo de Richmond:

Nairo Quintana (Movistar Team), Rigoberto Urán (Etixx Quick Step), Sergio Luis Henao (Team Sky), el campeón nacional Robinson Chalapud (Orgullo Antioqueño), Winner Anacona (Movistar Team), Járlinson Pantano (IAM Cycling), Daniel Jaramillo (Jami Hagens Berman), Alex Cano (Team Colombia), Esteban Chaves (Orica GreenEDGE), Carlos Quintero (Team Colombia), Brayan Ramírez (Team Colombia), Julián Arredondo Moreno (Trek Factory Racing)

En sub23: Fernando Gaviria (Coldeportes - Claro), Jhonathan Ospina (GW Shimano), Juan Sebastián Molano (Team Colombia), Daniel Martínez (Team Colombia), Jonathan Restrepo (Coldeportes - Claro), Wilmar Paredes (Team Manzana Postobón), Álvaro José Hodeg (Coldeportes - Claro) y Juan Felipe Osorio (Team Manzana Postobón)

En sub19: Adrián Camilo Bustamante (Proactiva Aguas de Tunja), Julián Cardona Tabares (Orgullo Antioqueño), Javier Ignacio Montoya Montoya (Orgullo Antioqueño), Harold Alonso Tejada Canacué (Orgullo Antioqueño)



i hope that chaves , quintana, henao and the other escarabajos in good shape after the vuelta do not waste time in richmond ( almost flat and cobble) and stay in europe to prepare well lombardia that it is one week earlier and suits their skill.
imho, no intelligent thing to accumulate transatlantic flights and jet lag before a monument they should contest.
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30 Aug 2015 15:36

Southeast manage a 1-2-3 in the final sprint stage of the Tour de Rio. Impressive
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Yesterday 14:22

DNP-Old wrote:La selección de Colombia para disputar los Campeonatos del mundo de Richmond:

Nairo Quintana (Movistar Team), Rigoberto Urán (Etixx Quick Step), Sergio Luis Henao (Team Sky), el campeón nacional Robinson Chalapud (Orgullo Antioqueño), Winner Anacona (Movistar Team), Járlinson Pantano (IAM Cycling), Daniel Jaramillo (Jami Hagens Berman), Alex Cano (Team Colombia), Esteban Chaves (Orica GreenEDGE), Carlos Quintero (Team Colombia), Brayan Ramírez (Team Colombia), Julián Arredondo Moreno (Trek Factory Racing)


Some more names added to the pre selection:

El seleccionador nacional Carlos Mario Jaramillo notificó ante la Federación Colombiana de Ciclismo una lista de cinco nuevos aspirantes a integrar la Selección Colombia Manzana Postobón-Avianca que representará al país en el certamen que se disputará del 19 al 27 de septiembre, en Richmond (Virginia, EEUU).

Las nuevas inclusiones en la preselección son Miguel Ángel López (Astana Pro Team), Weimar Roldán (EPM-UNE Área Metropolitana), Edwin Ávila (Team Colombia), Rodolfo Torres (Team Colombia) y Luis Felipe Laverde (Coldeportes-Claro).
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