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22 Mar 2012 20:34

nice. hope montenegro can win this. he always used to be a big talent on par with maxi richeze. pretty allround too for a sprinter
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22 Mar 2012 20:38

Tour de Normadie, stage 5.

Endura continue their hot start to the season. Rowsell went clear with a few k to go, and held them off quite comfortably.

1 Erick Rowsell (GBr) Endura Racing 4:21:14
2 Andréi Solomennikov (Rus) Itera - Katusha 0:00:09
3 Wesley Kreder (Ned) Rabobank Continental Team
4 Simon Yates (GBr) Great Britain National Team
5 Vegar Robinson Bugge (Nor) Joker Merida
6 Eugénio Alafaci (Ita) Leopard - Trek Continental Team
7 Michael Olsson (Swe) Team Cykelcity.se
8 Jasper Bovenhuis (Ned) Rabobank Continental Team
9 Gerry Druyts (Bel) EFC - Omega Pharma - Quick Step
10 Cyril Patoux (Fra) V.C. Rouen 76
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22 Mar 2012 21:08

Libertine Seguros wrote:I'm more impressed by Daan Olivier managing 9th after being in the break of the day...

Too bad the only sprinter they brought got dropped :)

This isn't really a course that would suit Olivier or Goos.
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30 Mar 2012 16:23

Route Adélie de Vitré (1.1)


Classement provisoire :

1 Roberto Ferrari (Androni Giocattoli)
2 Laurent Pichon (Bretagne Schuller)
3 Julien Simon (Saur Sojasun)
4 Russel Downing (Endura Racing)
5 Steven Caethoven (Accent Jobs)
6 Steven Tronet (Auber 93)
7 Julien El Farès (Team Type 1)
8 Julien Bérard (AG2R La Mondiale)
9 Morgan Kneisky (Roubaix Lille Métropole)
10 Jure Kocjan (Team Type 1)
11 Justin Jules (Vérandas Rideau U)
12 Fabien Bacquet (Auber 93)
13 Romain Bardet (AG2R La Mondiale)
14 Toms Skujins (La Pomme Marseille)
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30 Mar 2012 18:26

Really happy for Bob Jungels and his 2nd place today at Triptyche des Monts et Chateaux! Does anyone know how good of an ITT'ist De Bie is? Hoping Jungels can beat him tomorrow!

http://www.cyclingnews.com/races/le-triptyque-des-monts-et-chateaux-2012/stage-1/results
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30 Mar 2012 18:49

Jungels and the other two must have some pretty decent form... they held off the Rabo Continental guys who were chasing for 70 k. There were only 30 guys left in the peloton at the end.
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30 Mar 2012 21:41

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30 Mar 2012 22:20

A Belgian beating two Leopard-Trek guys in a sprint. Good old times.
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30 Mar 2012 22:22

There aren't enough young people called 'Bob'.

Supposedly a big talent too, isn't he?
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30 Mar 2012 22:45

Flamin wrote:A Belgian beating two Leopard-Trek guys in a sprint. Good old times.


Jungels is still hot fave for GC with the ITT to come.
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30 Mar 2012 22:55

will10 wrote:Jungels is still hot fave for GC with the ITT to come.


He's just talking about Liège-Bastogne-Liège last year.
Ryo Hazuki wrote:horrible. boonen just the same guy as years before and this course is too hard for him. that's why he rode like a coward there were at least 3 guys stronger than boonen today and none of them won: sagan, ballan, pozzato


The Hitch wrote:Goss will woop boonens candy a[color="Black"]ss[/color] in a sprint he cares about, any day of the week
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31 Mar 2012 10:08

Triptyque Stage 2a, a TT with a finish on the Mont de l'Enclus:

1 VAN BAARLE Dylan (Rabobank Continental) 12:26
2 WELLENS Tim (Lotto - Belisol U23) 12:37
3 VERRAES Benjamin (Jong Vlaanderen) 12:43
4 ALLEGAERT Matthias (Ovyta - Eijssen - Acrog) 12:44
5 VEREECKEN Nicolas (Lotto - Belisol U23) 12:48
6 JUNGELS Bob (Leopard - Trek Continental) 12:54
7 DE BIE Sean (Ovyta - Eijssen - Acrog) 12:54
8 BROWN Nathan (USA) 12:55
9 SENECHAL Florian * (EFC - Omega Pharma - Quick Step) 12:55
10 VANDENBOGAERDE Jens (Jong Vlaanderen) 12:57
11 PLIUSCHIN Alexandr (Leopard - Trek Continental) 12:57
12 GOOS Marc (Rabobank Continental) 13:00
13 LAMPAERT Yves (EFC - Omega Pharma - Quick Step) 13:00
14 CAROLUS Jorne (Lotto - Belisol U23) 13:01
15 SLIK Ivar * (Rabobank Continental) 13:01
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31 Mar 2012 10:14

Damn Jungels hasn't found his TT legs yet this season.

GC should stay the same? Except maybe not since Jungels seems to have had a slight advantage to De Bie
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31 Mar 2012 10:17

Bob Jungels takes the yellow jersey by 45 hundredths.

This is a good TT result for Jungels, if you look at what he's done among the espoirs so far. Must have been quite a hard TT, with quite big gaps over 9 kms, and a pure climber in 2nd.
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31 Mar 2012 10:26

theyoungest wrote:Bob Jungels takes the yellow jersey by 45 hundredths.

This is a good TT result for Jungels, if you look at what he's done among the espoirs so far. Must have been quite a hard TT, with quite big gaps over 9 kms, and a pure climber in 2nd.


OK thanks I didn't see the parcours and I don't know most of these riders so thanks for the info! It's going to be an interesting race for sure. If I interpret the GC after yesterday's stage correctly there are bonus seconds on the line
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31 Mar 2012 10:29

Christian wrote:OK thanks I didn't see the parcours and I don't know most of these riders so thanks for the info! It's going to be an interesting race for sure. If I interpret the GC after yesterday's stage correctly there are bonus seconds on the line

Yes, there are. Otherwise Van Baarle would be in the lead right now.
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31 Mar 2012 10:40

theyoungest wrote:Yes, there are. Otherwise Van Baarle would be in the lead right now.


Should make for some interesting racing this afternoon and tomorrow!
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31 Mar 2012 14:56

theyoungest wrote:Bob Jungels takes the yellow jersey by 45 hundredths.

This is a good TT result for Jungels, if you look at what he's done among the espoirs so far. Must have been quite a hard TT, with quite big gaps over 9 kms, and a pure climber in 2nd.


average of 44 km/h
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31 Mar 2012 15:25

Hel van het Mergelland:

1. Pavel Brutt
2. Simon Geschke
3. Daniel Schorn
4. Pieter Serry
5. Marc De Maar
6. Rudiger Selig
7. Pim Ligthart
8. Alexey Tsatevitch
9. Sacha Modolo
10. Rafai Chtioui
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31 Mar 2012 16:12

Triptyche 2B:

1. Antoine Demoitié (Idemasport - Biowanze)
2. Wouter Wippert (Lotto - Belisol U23)
3. Sean De Bie (Ovyta - Eijssen - Acrog)
4. Jérôme Kerf (Idemasport - Biowanze)
5. Eugenio Alafaci (Leopard - Trek continental)
6. Jasha Sütterlin (Allemagne)
7. Benjamin Verraes (Jong Vlaanderen)
8. Yves Lampaert (EFC - Omega Pharma - Quick Step)
9. Marcel Aregger (Atlas Personal)
10. Tanner Putt (USA)

De Bie back in leader's jersey with 2 seconds advantage
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