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Vuelta a La Rioja

31 Mar 2013 15:07

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1. Francesco Lasca Caja Rural-Seguros RGA 3:55:50
2. Michael Matthews Orica GreenEDGE
3. Ken Hanson Team Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies
4. Eric Young Team Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies
5. Daryl Impey Orica GreenEDGE
6. Juan José Lobato Euskaltel - Euskadi
7. Enrique Sanz Movistar Team
8. Leigh Howard Orica GreenEDGE
9. Michael Friedman Team Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies
10. Unai Iparragirre Euskadi
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Triptyque des Monts et Châteaux - Beloeil to Tournai (160,5 km)

31 Mar 2013 15:23

Stage 3

1. Florent Mottet Color Code - Biowanze
2. Daniel Mc Lay Lotto Belisol U23
3. Asbjorn Kragh Andersen Danemark
4. Marco Benfatto Astana continental
5. Dylan Groenewegen CT De Rijke
6. Edward Theuns VL Technics - Abutriek
7. Rick Zabel Rabobank Development
8. Eugenio Alafaci Leopard - Trek Continental
9. Maxime Farazijn EFC - Omega Pharma - Quick Step
10. Otto Vergaerde Ovyta - Eijssen

Final GC

1. Fabio Silvestre Leopard - Trek continental
2. Lawson Craddock USA
3. Jeroen Lepla Ventilair - Steria
4. Tim Declercq Topsport Vlaanderen - Baloise
5. Eugenio Alafaci Leopard - Trek continental
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31 Mar 2013 15:24

great win for silvestre, how exactly did he get his ime back if he didn't even finish the stage inside the top 10? :o
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31 Mar 2013 15:31

Parrulo wrote:great win for silvestre, how exactly did he get his ime back if he didn't even finish the stage inside the top 10? :o


This stage finished in a group sprint. Yesterday he was third in the GC after stage 2b, three seconds behind Craddock. Today he gained four seconds in the intermediate sprints.
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31 Mar 2013 15:35

afpm90 wrote:This stage finished in a group sprint. Yesterday he was third in the GC after stage 2b, three seconds behind Craddock. Today he gained four seconds in the intermediate sprints.


ya intermediate sprints make senses
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Val d'Ille Classic (190 km)

31 Mar 2013 16:08

1 Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ)
2 Bryan Coquard (Europcar)
3 Yauheni Hutarovich (AG2R La Mondiale)
4 Benjamin Giraud (La Pomme Marseille)
5 Clément Koretzky (Bretagne Séché)
6 Justin Jules (La Pomme Marseile)
7 Pirmin Lang (IAM)
8 Laurent Pichon (FDJ)
9 Maxime Le Montagner (Roubaix Lille Métropole)
10 Erwann Corbel (Bretagne Séché)

French champ back in business 100%.
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31 Mar 2013 16:27

Dazed and Confused wrote:1 Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ)
2 Bryan Coquard (Europcar)
3 Yauheni Hutarovich (AG2R La Mondiale)
4 Benjamin Giraud (La Pomme Marseille)
5 Clément Koretzky (Bretagne Séché)
6 Justin Jules (La Pomme Marseile)
7 Pirmin Lang (IAM)
8 Laurent Pichon (FDJ)
9 Maxime Le Montagner (Roubaix Lille Métropole)
10 Erwann Corbel (Bretagne Séché)

French champ back in business 100%.


So happy about Nacer.
Coquard has been impressive so far as a neo pro.
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Boucle de l'Artois

31 Mar 2013 20:20

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Stage 3

1. Leonardo Pinizzotto Team Nippo - Da Rosa 3:29:06
2. Florian Senechal Etixx -Ihned 0:03
3. Johan Coenen Team Differdange
4. Anthony Colin
5. Fredrik Ludvigsson Team People4you - Unaas Cycling
6. Alberto Cecchin Team Nippo - Da Rosa
7. Alex Frame Thuringer Energie Team
8. Mathieu Chiocca Atlas Personal - Jakroo
9. Rasmus Guldhammer Blue Water Cycling
10. Thomas Vernaeckt Doltcini Flanders

Final GC

1. Fredrik Ludvigsson Team People4you - Unaas Cycling
2. Berden De Vries Cycling Team Jo Piels 0:26
3. Andre Steensen Team Cult Energy 0:54
4. Lukasz Wisniowski Etixx -Ihned 1:17
5. Clement Lhotellerie Colba - Superano Ham 1:21
6. Alex Frame Thuringer Energie Team 1:34
7. Sjors Roosen Cycling Team Jo Piels 1:38
8. Johan Coenen Team Differdange 1:43
9. Florian Senechal Etixx -Ihned 1:45
10. Frederik Strand Galta Team Oster Hus - Ridley 1:55
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31 Mar 2013 22:12

We're a couple of days into the Tour du Maroc now, but the GC has already been torn to shreds. The first stage was a fairly flat trek towards the north, but the second was up and down all day on a hilly coastal route and the result was utter carnage.

Stage 1: Rabat - Larache, 177kms
1 Essaïd Abelouache (Morocco National Team) 4'15'54
2 Matej Jurco (Slovakia National Team) +st
3 Nabil Baz (Velo Club Sovac d'Algérie) +7"
4 Soufiane Haddi (Morocco National Team) +1'53"
5 Daniele Aldegheri (Christina Watches-Onfone) +st
6 Michael Kolar (Slovakia National Team) +st
7 Salahedine Mraouni (Regional Vélodrome Maroc) +st
8 Eryk Laton (BDC-Marcpol) +st
9 Sébastien Jullien (CMI-Greenover) +st
10 Joris de Boer (Ruiter Dakkapellen Wielerteam) +st

Stage 2: Oued Laou - Al Hoceima, 181km
1 Matthieu Perget (CMI-Greenover) 5'26'58
2 Maros Kovac (Slovakia National Team) +7'03"
3 Andrey Mizourov (Torku Seker Spor) +st
4 Sébastien Balck (Christina Watches-Onfone) +10'54
5 Eloy Ruíz Pinto (Andalucia) +12'30
6 Frederik Wilmann (Christina Watches-Onfone) +13'58
7 Adil Jelloul (Morocco National Team) +15'45
8 Martin Mahdar (Slovakia National Team) +15'53"
9 Anass Ait El Abdia (Morocco National Team) +st
10 Daniele Aldegheri (Christina Watches-Onfone) +st

Only 20 riders made it in inside half an hour, the autobus came in at 40 minutes, and the last group arrived some 51 minutes behind Perget, who at 28 still has plenty left in the tank and has spent the last few years in the World Tour for Caisse d'Epargne and Ag2r. The huge timegaps should make it fairly easy for CMI to allow non-threatening breaks to go for much of the rest of the race!

Stage 3: Nador - Oujda, 181kms
1 Morten Høberg Nielsen (Christina Watches-Onfone) 4'03'39"
2 Essaïd Abelouache (Morocco National Team) +st
3 Martin Mahdar (Slovakia National Team) +st
4 Damian Walczak (BDC-Marcpol) +st
5 Antonio Jesús Cabello Baena (Andalucia) +st
6 Lahcen Saber (Regional Vélodrome Maroc) +st
7 Robert Orr (Metaltek-Knights of Old) +st
8 Ismaïl Ayoune (Morocco National Team) +5"
9 Kacper Gronkiewicz (BDC-Marcpol) +57"
10 Daniele Aldegheri (Christina Watches-Onfone) +st
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31 Mar 2013 23:21

afpm90 wrote:
Final GC

1. Fabio Silvestre Leopard - Trek continental


Wow he was nowhere last year (I think due to injury) and this year he kicks a$$! A couple more results like this and he will be picked up by a big team I hope!

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Final GC

1. Fredrik Ludvigsson Team People4you - Unaas Cycling


Judging by his results and the fact that he is born in 1994 he seems like a huge talent ... does anyone know more about him?
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31 Mar 2013 23:23

Ruudz0r wrote:Volta Classic Limburg (1.1)
1. Ruderig Selig


Happy for him! Didn't have much luck since going to Katusha I think but he seems to have a natural instinct for these types of races
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01 Apr 2013 08:42

Libertine Seguros wrote:Stage 2: Oued Laou - Al Hoceima, 181km
1 Matthieu Perget (CMI-Greenover) 5'26'58
2 Maros Kovac (Slovakia National Team) +7'03"
3 Andrey Mizourov (Torku Seker Spor) +st
4 Sébastien Balck (Christina Watches-Onfone) +10'54
5 Eloy Ruíz Pinto (Andalucia) +12'30
6 Frederik Wilmann (Christina Watches-Onfone) +13'58
7 Adil Jelloul (Morocco National Team) +15'45
8 Martin Mahdar (Slovakia National Team) +15'53"
9 Anass Ait El Abdia (Morocco National Team) +st
10 Daniele Aldegheri (Christina Watches-Onfone) +st

Only 20 riders made it in inside half an hour, the autobus came in at 40 minutes, and the last group arrived some 51 minutes behind Perget, who at 28 still has plenty left in the tank and has spent the last few years in the World Tour for Caisse d'Epargne and Ag2r. The huge timegaps should make it fairly easy for CMI to allow non-threatening breaks to go for much of the rest of the race!

I would love to see some sort of TV coverage for this stage. Highlights, anything.:D
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75° Giro del Belvedere - Villa di Villa U23

01 Apr 2013 18:58

Classification

1. Stefano Kung BMC
2. Silvio Herklotz Team Stolting
3. Mitchell Mulhern Australia :02
4. Andrea Zordan Zalf Euromobil Desirèe Fior :32
5. Damien Howson Australia
6. Davide Villella Colpack
7. Stanislau Bazkhou Podenzano
8. Mikhail Akimov Russia
9. Simone Petilli Delio Gallina
10. Alessio Mischianti Futura Team
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01 Apr 2013 19:40

Fus087 wrote:I would love to see some sort of TV coverage for this stage. Highlights, anything.:D


The last couple of years, we've managed to get some short abstracts from Moroccan TV, but not enough to really figure out what happened.

Today's stage was annulled due to bad weather, so I wonder if that came into it on Saturday's stage as well.
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afpm90 wrote:Classification

1. Stefano Kung BMC
2. Silvio Herklotz Team Stolting
3. Mitchell Mulhern Australia :02
4. Andrea Zordan Zalf Euromobil Desirèe Fior :32
5. Damien Howson Australia
6. Davide Villella Colpack
7. Stanislau Bazkhou Podenzano
8. Mikhail Akimov Russia
9. Simone Petilli Delio Gallina
10. Alessio Mischianti Futura Team


Herklotz really is an amazing talent!
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afpm90 wrote:Classification

1. Stefano Kung BMC
2. Silvio Herklotz Team Stolting
3. Mitchell Mulhern Australia :02
4. Andrea Zordan Zalf Euromobil Desirèe Fior :32
5. Damien Howson Australia
6. Davide Villella Colpack
7. Stanislau Bazkhou Podenzano
8. Mikhail Akimov Russia
9. Simone Petilli Delio Gallina
10. Alessio Mischianti Futura Team


This Herklotz guy seems to be quite the talent
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01 Apr 2013 21:39

Maaaaaaaarten wrote:This Herklotz guy seems to be quite the talent


There are talks his power datas are comparable to ulrichs at his best time.
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02 Apr 2013 16:53

GP Palio del Recioto (1.2U)

1. Caleb Ewan (Australia) km 147 in 3h53’25″ media 37,787 km/h
2. Silvio Herklotz (Team Stolting)
3. Luka Pibernik (Radenska)
4. Davide Villella (Team Colpack)
5. Valerio Conti (Gs Mastromarco)
6. Simone Petilli (Delio Gallina)
7. Damien Howson (Australia)
8. Davide Formolo (Petroli Firenze)
9. Pier Paolo Penasa (Zalf Euromobil Desirée Fior)
10. Simone Sterbini (Team Palazzago-Fenice) a 25″

Herklotz shines and shines and shines...
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Bye Bye Bicycle wrote:GP Palio del Recioto (1.2U)

1. Caleb Ewan (Australia) km 147 in 3h53’25″ media 37,787 km/h
2. Silvio Herklotz (Team Stolting)
3. Luka Pibernik (Radenska)
4. Davide Villella (Team Colpack)
5. Valerio Conti (Gs Mastromarco)
6. Simone Petilli (Delio Gallina)
7. Damien Howson (Australia)
8. Davide Formolo (Petroli Firenze)
9. Pier Paolo Penasa (Zalf Euromobil Desirée Fior)
10. Simone Sterbini (Team Palazzago-Fenice) a 25″

Herklotz shines and shines and shines...


Reaction from Herklotz: "Before the last climb I was around fifth position, that climb was 2km with 14%!!! When we went downhill I attacked alone, it was a hard and technical descent. The last 4km of the race were flat so the other two pursuers worked together and we had a sprint with 3. They just beat me and my result was a 2nd place."

He ended the race bleeding on his face and leg.

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02 Apr 2013 23:00

Stage 5 in Morocco, from Fes to Meknes (120km). Short day today, another win for Abelouache, however still many minutes behind Perget after that brutal 2nd stage. Rewards for consistency for Aldegheri too - 3 times he's been 10th in 4 stages!

1 Essaïd Abelouache (Morocco National Team) 2'24'15
2 Matej Jurco (Slovakia National Team) +st
3 Marek Canecky (Slovakia National Team) +st
4 Adil Jelloul (Morocco National Team) +3"
5 Nabil Baz (Velo Club Sovac d'Algérie) +34"
6 Soufiane Haddi (Morocco National Team) +2'05"
7 Maros Kovac (Slovakia National Team) +st
8 Eloy Ruíz Pinto (Andalucía) +st
9 Andrey Mizourov (Torku Seker Spor) +st
10 Daniele Aldegheri (Christina Watches-Onfone) +st

Current GC:
1 Mathieu Perget (CMI-Greenover) 16'15'43
2 Maros Kovac (Slovakia National Team) +7'01
3 Andrey Mizourov (Torku Seker Sport) +st
4 Sébastien Balck (Christina Watches-Onfone) +10'54
5 Matej Jurco (Slovakia National Team) +12'27
6 Eloy Ruíz Pinto (Andalucía) +12'28
7 Adil Jelloul (Morocco National Team) +13'41
8 Frederik Wilmann (Christina Watches-Onfone) +13'58
9 Martin Mahdar (Slovakia National Team) +14'56"
10 Daniele Aldegheri (Christina Watches-Onfone) +15'53"
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