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Grand Prix d'Ouverture La Marseillaise 27-01

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Grand Prix d'Ouverture La Marseillaise 27-01

25 Jan 2013 13:03

We have had some racing in foreign places such as Australia, New Zealand, Gabon, Venezuela, Brazil and Argentina but cycling will come back to the continent of origin, Europe. This sunday the real season kicks off with the Grand Prix d'Ouverture La Marseillaise.

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Participants (according to cyclingfever.com

AG2R LA MONDIALE
1 DUMOULIN Samuel France
2 BARDET Romain France
3 BOUET Maxime France
4 DOMONT Axel France
5 DUPONT Hubert France
6 GEORGES Sylvain France
7 CHAINEL Steve France
8 RAVARD Anthony France

FDJ
11 GENIEZ Alexandre France
12 GESLIN Anthony France
13 PICHON Laurent France
14 PINEAU Cedric France
15 PINOT Thibaut France
16 ROUX Anthony France
17 VAUGRENARD Benoît France
18 VICHOT Arthur France

COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CRÉDITS
21 BAGOT Yohan France
22 BESCOND Jérémy France
23 JOEAAR Gert Estonia
24 LEMARCHAND Romain France
25 LEVARLET Guillaume France
26 MOLARD Rudy France
27 POULHIES Stéphane France
28 TAARAMAE Rein Estonia

TEAM EUROPCAR
31 BERNAUDEAU Giovanni France
32 COUSIN Jerome France
33 GAUTIER Cyril France
34 JEROME Vincent France
35 MALACARNE Davide Italy
36 PICHOT Alexandre France
37 QUEMENEUR Perrig France
38 TULIK Angelo France

BIGMAT - AUBER 93
41 BACON Romain France
42 BAZIN Nicolas France
43 DASSONVILLE Flavien France
44 DRUJON Mathieu France
45 FAUCON Guillaume France
46 LE BOULCH Dimitri France
47 TRONET Steven France
48 VIMPERE Théo France

CRELAN - EUPHONY
51 AMORISON Frédéric Belgium
52 BARBE Koen Belgium
53 DELFOSSE Sébastien Belgium
54 HOVELYNCK Kurt Belgium
55 JUODVALKIS Egidijus Lithuania
56 PLANCKAERT Baptiste Belgium
57 PEETERS Kevin Belgium
58 VANTOMME Maxime Belgium

VACANSOLEIL - DCM PRO CYCLING TEAM
61 FEILLU Romain France
62 BOECKMANS Kris Belgium
63 HOOGERLAND Johnny Netherlands
64 LEUKEMANS Björn Belgium
65 LINDEMAN Bertjan Netherlands
66 NOVIKOV Nikita Russia
67 VEUCHELEN Frederik Belgium
68 WESTRA Lieuwe Netherlands

EUSKALTEL - EUSKADI
71 SICARD Romain France
72 KOCJAN Jure Slovenia
73 CHAOUFI Tarik Morocco
74 URTASUN PEREZ Pablo Spain
75 BILBAO Pello Spain
76 MESTRE Ricardo Portugal
77 PEREZ MORENO Ruben Spain
78 GARCIA AMBROA Ricardo Spain

TOPSPORT VLAANDEREN - BALOISE
81 DE VREESE Laurens Belgium
82 VAN ASBROECK Tom Belgium
83 VANSPEYBROUCK Pieter Belgium
84 JACOBS Pieter Belgium
85 VANDOUSSELAERE Sven Belgium
86 VAN STAYEN Michael Belgium
87 VAN HOECKE Gijs Belgium
88 WALLAYS Jelle Belgium

BRETAGNE - SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT
91 VACHON Florian France
92 CORBEL Erwann France
93 FONSECA Armindo France
94 GERARD Arnaud France
95 JARRIER Benoit France
96 KORETZKY Clément France
97 LE MONTAGNER Benjamin France
98 PERICHON Pierre-Luc France

LOTTO - BELISOL TEAM
101 BAK Lars Ytting Denmark
102 BELLEMAKERS Dirk Netherlands
103 BULGAC Brian Netherlands
104 DE GREEF Francis Belgium
105 NEYENS Maarten Belgium
106 ROBERT Frederique Belgium
107 VAN DER SANDE Tosh Belgium
108 VAN DE WALLE Jurgen Belgium

SOJASUN
111 DELAPLACE Anthony France
112 EL FARES Julien France
113 GALLAND Jérémie France
114 HIVERT Jonathan France
115 PAURIOL Rémi France
116 SIMON Julien France
117 SISKEVICIUS Evaldas Lithuania
118 VUILLERMOZ Alexis France

ACCENT JOBS - WANTY
121 NAPOLITANO Danilo Italy
122 VERRAES Benjamin Belgium
123 SCHEIRLINCKX Staf Belgium
124 JANS Roy Belgium
125 DRUCKER Jean Pierre Luxembourg
126 DE TROYER Tim Belgium
127 VANLANDSCHOOT James Belgium
128 VAN GOOLEN Jurgen Belgium

ROUBAIX LILLE METROPOLE
131 BOULO Matthieu France
132 DESRIAC Loïc France
133 DUVAL Julien France
134 KNEISKY Morgan France
135 KOWALSKI Rudy France
136 LALOUETTE Kevin France
137 LE MONTAGNER Maxime France
138 PATOUX Cyrille France

LA POMME MARSEILLE
141 ANTOMARCHI Julien France
142 LAVIEU Antoine France
143 GIRAUD Benjamin France
144 VAUBOURZEIX Thomas France
145 MARTINEZ Yannick France
146 TARRIDE Gregoire France
147 PAILLOT Yoann France
148 JULES Justin France

AN POST - CHAINREACTION
151 EECKHOUT Nico Belgium
152 BENNETT Sam Ireland
153 MC LAUGHLIN Ronan Ireland
154 VERMOTE Alphonse Belgium
155 MCNALLY Mark United Kingdom
156 VAN VOOREN Steven Belgium
157 WYTINCK Niels Belgium
158 VEREECKEN Nicolas Belgium

TEAM ARGOS - SHIMANO
161 BARGUIL Warren France
162 DAMUSEAU Thomas France
163 HUPOND Thierry France
164 LUDVIGSSON Tobias Sweden
165 PARISIEN François Canada
166 PETERSON Thomas United States
167 PREIDLER Georg Austria
168 SPRICK Matthieu France



Who will win this first race of the 2013 season?
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25 Jan 2013 13:24

Bardet ftw
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25 Jan 2013 13:27

GP Blanco wrote:

Who will win this first race of the 2013 season?


The way they've started you'd have to back a Lotto rider to go close.
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25 Jan 2013 13:31

Double Dumoulin. Alternatively Feillu.
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25 Jan 2013 14:07

Tosh Van Der Sande

Will there be any live coverage of this?
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25 Jan 2013 14:44

Hugo Koblet wrote:Tosh Van Der Sande

Will there be any live coverage of this?


No live coverage last year, probably the same this year.
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25 Jan 2013 14:56

Julien Simon.
...[Walsh] thinks we're ahead of the curve. But think about it for a sec. We're building long-lasting, trusting relationships with people who are spending a lot of money - Coke, Nike, Subaru. If we're f***ing lying, we can kiss it all goodbye. And if we were lying we'd do some stupid stuff to try to cover it up, wouldn't we? Does anybody think for a second that a secret that big wouldn't come out? Bill Stapleton
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25 Jan 2013 19:03

I hope that Hoogerland will win but Dumoulin or Feillu if he has his 2011 shape are safer bets.
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27 Jan 2013 11:12

http://direct.directvelo.com/

No live stream available, also no TV coverage, I think.
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27 Jan 2013 14:33

Results

1 Wallays (TSV), 2 Vaubourzeix (LPM), 3 Dupont (AG2R)
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27 Jan 2013 14:36

Cédric Pineau (FDJ) and Benjamin Giraud (La Pomme Marseille) just attacked and have a bit of an advantage.
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27 Jan 2013 14:58

Gonna be a sprint finish, Feillu ftw I guess?

(there's two pelotons, but I assume he's in the first)
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27 Jan 2013 15:02

Armee with 12" at 5km to go, reduced bunch sprint coming up
...[Walsh] thinks we're ahead of the curve. But think about it for a sec. We're building long-lasting, trusting relationships with people who are spending a lot of money - Coke, Nike, Subaru. If we're f***ing lying, we can kiss it all goodbye. And if we were lying we'd do some stupid stuff to try to cover it up, wouldn't we? Does anybody think for a second that a secret that big wouldn't come out? Bill Stapleton
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27 Jan 2013 15:09

Justin Jules won
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27 Jan 2013 15:17

1 Justin Jules
2 Samuel Dumoulin
3 Thomas Damuseau
4 Anthony Roux
5 Sander Armee
6 Maxime Bouet
7 Maxime Vantomme
8 Warren Barguil
9 Bjorn Leukemans
10 Pieter Vanspeybrouck
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27 Jan 2013 15:18

Did he win from bunch sprint or did he escape at some point in last km's ?
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27 Jan 2013 15:21

Gloin22 wrote:Did he win from bunch sprint or did he escape at some point in last km's ?


Bunch sprint: https://twitter.com/Elsa_Benard/status/295548222821240833/photo/1

Although i guess they took Armee back at the line as he was in the attack before and still got in 5th.
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27 Jan 2013 15:26

...[Walsh] thinks we're ahead of the curve. But think about it for a sec. We're building long-lasting, trusting relationships with people who are spending a lot of money - Coke, Nike, Subaru. If we're f***ing lying, we can kiss it all goodbye. And if we were lying we'd do some stupid stuff to try to cover it up, wouldn't we? Does anybody think for a second that a secret that big wouldn't come out? Bill Stapleton
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27 Jan 2013 17:03

That, finally, could give Jules a WT/PCT contract. A shame he has to wait one full year now, though I think signing should also be possible during the ongoing season.

Tiernan-Locke, however, also had to wait for the whole 2012 season.
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27 Jan 2013 18:09

RHRH19861986 wrote:That, finally, could give Jules a WT/PCT contract. A shame he has to wait one full year now, though I think signing should also be possible during the ongoing season.

Tiernan-Locke, however, also had to wait for the whole 2012 season.


A bit hard to get a pro contract if you killed your father in law.
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