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14 Mar 2013 14:36

RHRH19861986 wrote:Nokere yesterday was cancelled, what about Handzame tomorrow? Anyone knows if it will take place?

It will. The snowy peaks of Flanders have been taken out though, it's all flat now.
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14 Mar 2013 14:43

theyoungest wrote:It will. The snowy peaks of Flanders have been taken out though, it's all flat now.


Thanks, appreciated. :)

So let´s hope the weather gods stay calm on Turchino, in Catalunya and at Waregem, and spring is what it´s meant to be.

Enough cancellation for the next four or five years, if you see the last weeks.
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15 Mar 2013 14:36

A five-man break (William Clarke (Argos-Shimano), Jonas Vangenechten (Lotto-Belisol), Youcef Reguigui (MTN-Qhubeka), Sean De Bie (Leopard Trek Continental) et Kess Heytens (Team 3M)) has 2:52 with 71 km to go at the Handzame Classic.
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15 Mar 2013 16:22

Oh Vacansoleil...

Handzame Classic
1. Kenny Dehaes (LTB)
2. Kenny Van Hummel (VCD)
3. Danny Van Poppel (VCD)
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15 Mar 2013 16:24

Geraint Too Fast wrote:Oh Vacansoleil...

Handzame Classic
1. Kenny Dehaes (LTB)
2. Kenny Van Hummel (VCD)
3. Danny Van Poppel (VCD)


Lol what a fail:o
"The second place is not good."
The great Alberto Contador :p
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15 Mar 2013 16:49

Yeah, what a joke, this 19 year old guy van Poppel should retire right now. What a fail!

:mad:
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15 Mar 2013 19:27

Istrian Spring Trophy, stage 1:

1. Matej Mugerli (Adria Mobil)
2. Radoslav Rogina (Adria Mobil) +5"
3. Julian Alaphilippe (Etixx-iHNed) +9"
4. Jan Polanc (Radenska) +11"
5. Olivier Hofstetter (Leopard-Trek) s.t.
6. Tadej Valjavec (Sava) s.t.

Mugerli takes the lead off of Luke Roberts after attacking on the uphill final 3km.
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16 Mar 2013 13:43

...[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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16 Mar 2013 14:08

Libertine Seguros wrote:Istrian Spring Trophy, stage 1:

1. Matej Mugerli (Adria Mobil)
2. Radoslav Rogina (Adria Mobil) +5"
3. Julian Alaphilippe (Etixx-iHNed) +9"
4. Jan Polanc (Radenska) +11"
5. Olivier Hofstetter (Leopard-Trek) s.t.
6. Tadej Valjavec (Sava) s.t.

Mugerli takes the lead off of Luke Roberts after attacking on the uphill final 3km.

Valjavec! I thought he was done
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16 Mar 2013 14:10

Gotta love Dehaes!

"I won! I won! I [SIZE="4"]CRASH![/SIZE]"
In Italy when you need a coffee you need the right barista, so you need to teach Chris [Juul Jensen] how to make the right coffee.


Lars Michaelsen during the Tinkoff-Saxo team briefing before stage 11 of the 2014 Giro d'Italia.
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16 Mar 2013 14:17

RedheadDane wrote:Gotta love Dehaes!

"I won! I won! I [SIZE="4"]CRASH![/SIZE]"


lol, yikes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrPTt_jlysg
...[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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16 Mar 2013 15:12

It seems that Stinky Pits won the MTF in Istria.
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16 Mar 2013 15:23

Bye Bye Bicycle wrote:It seems that Stinky Pits won the MTF in Istria.



Nice, he deserves a 2nd 2nd chance :P, as his last 2nd chance was just ****ed by the UCI, he was clean there. He has class and I think he deserves to ride for at least a PCT.
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16 Mar 2013 17:29

Cammaerts wins the Classique Loire Atlantique, held of the chasing field.

Hutarovich wins the sprint of the peloton

1 Edwig CAMMAERTS Cofidis les 184.8 km en 4h50'41''
2 Yauheni HUTAROVICH AG2R La Mondiale 00:07
3 Laurent PICHON FDJ 00:07
4 * Omar BERTAZZO Androni Giocattoli-Venezuela 00:07
5 Justin JULES La Pomme-Marseille 00:07
6 Julien EL FARES Sojasun 00:07
7 Fabien BACQUET Big Mat-Auber 93 00:07
8 Anthony GESLIN FDJ 00:07
9 Pieter JACOBS Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise 00:07
10 Mathieu DRUJON Big Mat-Auber 93 00:07
11 Arnaud GÉRARD Bretagne Séché Environnement 00:07
12 Romain ZINGLE Cofidis 00:07
13 Jean-Marc MARINO Sojasun 00:07
14 Fabricio FERRARI Caja Rural 00:07
15 * Omar FRAILE Caja Rural 00:07
16 Sergueï KLIMOV Rusvelo 00:07
17 Giairo ERMETI Androni Giocattoli-Venezuela 00:07
18 Guillaume LEVARLET Cofidis 00:07
19 Remi CUSIN IAM Cycling 00:07
20 * Grégoire TARRIDE La Pomme-Marseille 00:07

Lire la suite sur DirectVelo.com : http://www.directvelo.com/actualite/24878-classic-loire-atlantique-classement.html#ixzz2Nj0hMLws
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16 Mar 2013 19:29

Ruudz0r wrote:Nice, he deserves a 2nd 2nd chance :P, as his last 2nd chance was just ****ed by the UCI, he was clean there. He has class and I think he deserves to ride for at least a PCT.


+1

Couldn´t have said it better.
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16 Mar 2013 19:41

RHRH19861986 wrote:+1

Couldn´t have said it better.


Eeeh... who is that guy? :o Don't suppose his name is actually Stinky Pits :rolleyes:
In Italy when you need a coffee you need the right barista, so you need to teach Chris [Juul Jensen] how to make the right coffee.


Lars Michaelsen during the Tinkoff-Saxo team briefing before stage 11 of the 2014 Giro d'Italia.
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16 Mar 2013 19:45

RedheadDane wrote:Eeeh... who is that guy? :o Don't suppose his name is actually Stinky Pits :rolleyes:


Haha, sorry... ;) That´s Patrik Sinkewitz.

VandeVelde once called him "Stinky Pits", in 2007.
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16 Mar 2013 20:07

Oh, okay!
Now of course the big question remains how... the heck... did Vandevelde... know that?:p
In Italy when you need a coffee you need the right barista, so you need to teach Chris [Juul Jensen] how to make the right coffee.


Lars Michaelsen during the Tinkoff-Saxo team briefing before stage 11 of the 2014 Giro d'Italia.
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16 Mar 2013 20:10

RedheadDane wrote:Oh, okay!
Now of course the big question remains how... the heck... did Vandevelde... know that?:p


Maybe paid him as a callboy the night before :D

BTW, Valjavec second today, behind Sinkewitz.

And Schumacher won Algier Trophy 1.2 today, so victories for Sinke and Schumi, nice. :)

EDIT: Organisers says it was Pedersen in Algier.
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16 Mar 2013 22:10

From EspoirsCentral:

Stage

Patrick Sinkewitz (Meridiana Kamen)
Tadej Valjavec (Sava) +1"
Silvio Herklotz (Stoelting) +3"
Jan Polanc (Radenska) +5"
Radoslav Rogina (Adria Mobil) s.t.

Overall

Matej Mugerli
Radoslav Rogina +7"
Patrik Sinkewitz s.t.
Silvio Herklotz +11"
Tadej Valjavec +17"

Herklotz is 18, I think. Rides for Team Stölting. Did well (top 5 or so) in the prologue and both hill finishes. Polanc is a U23 too.
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