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17 Feb 2013 16:29

Peccio89 wrote:Lampre was amazing yesterday, they basically set up a train from -30 to go till the finish.

Pozzato said he is very motivated for the cobble classics, saying that after the dumb mistake of last year Roubaix now he is mature enough to make the right moves.


So he thinks he didnt do any mistake at the Ronde.
Interesting to say the least. :rolleyes:
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17 Feb 2013 16:54

Michele wrote:So he thinks he didnt do any mistake at the Ronde.
Interesting to say the least. :rolleyes:


he said the mistake of last year, he didn't precisely refered to Roubaix, but i thought he obviously was referring to that.

Plus i think that since Boonen was suffering on the Pateberg it wasn't so impossible for Pippo to beat him in the sprint.
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17 Feb 2013 17:27

Michele wrote:So he thinks he didnt do any mistake at the Ronde.
Interesting to say the least. :rolleyes:


I thought Pippo rode a very good race at the Ronde last year. What should he have done differently?
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19 Feb 2013 11:32

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Provisional.

BMC
1 GILBERT Philippe
2 BOOKWALTER Brent
3 CUMMINGS Stephen
4 EVANS Cadel
5 FRANK Mathias
6 KOHLER Martin
7 SANTAROMITA Ivan
8 WARBASSE Lawrence

CANNONDALE
11 BASSO Ivan
12 CARUSO Damiano
13 LONGO BORGHINI Paolo
14 MARANGONI Alan
15 MOSER Moreno
16 RATTO Daniele
17 VANDBORG Brian
18 WURF Cameron

LAMPRE - MERIDA
21 BONO Matteo
22 DURASEK Kristjian
23 FERRARI Roberto
24 MALORI Adriano
25 PALINI Andrea Francesco
26 PIETROPOLLI Daniele
27 STORTONI Simone
28 ULISSI Diego

ORICA - GREENEDGE
31 ALBASINI Michael
32 CLARKE Simon
33 DAVIS Allan
34 GERRANS Simon
35 MEIER Christian
36 O’GRADY Stuart
37 SULZBERGER Wes
38 TEKLEHAIMANOT Daniel

AG2R LA MONDIALE
41 NOCENTINI Rinaldo
42 BETANCUR Carlos
43 BOUET Maxime
44 CHEREL Mikael
45 DOMONT Axel
46 GASTAUER Ben
47 MONTAGUTI Matteo
48 POZZOVIVO Domenico

COLOMBIA
51 CHAVES RUBIO Johan Esteban
52 DUARTE AREVALO Fabio Andres
53 PANTANO GOMEZ Jarlinson
54 QUINTERO NORENA Carlos Julian
55 QUINTERO ARTUNDUAGA Duber A.
56 ROMERO CORREDOR Jeffry Johan
57 SUAREZ SUAREZ Juan Pablo
58 CAMACHO BERNAL JulioAlexis

FANTINI - SELLE ITALIA
61 BORCHI Stefano
62 FAILLI Francesco
63 GARZELLI Stefano
64 MONGUZZI Cristiano
65 MAZZANTI Luca
66 RABOTTINI Matteo
67 SANTAMBROGIO Mauro
68 TABORRE Fabio

ANDRONI - VENEZUELA
71 BERTAZZO Omar
72 DI SERAFINO Matteo
73 ERMETI Giairo
74 FACCHINI Patrick
75 FRAPPORTI Marco
76 MALAGUTI Alessandro
77 PARRINELLO Antonio
78 ROSA Diego

KATUSHA
81 BELKOV Maxim
82 BRUTT Pavel
83 CARUSO Giampaolo
84 CHERNETSKI Sergey
85 IGNATYEV Mikhail
86 KOZONCHUK Dmitry
87 KRITSKIY Timofey
88 TROFIMOV Yuri


IAM CYCLING91 AREGGER Marcel
92 BRAENDLE Matthias
93 DENIFL Stefan
94 FUMEAUX Jonathan
95 REICHENBACH Sébastien
96 SHELLING Patrick
97 TSCHOPP Johann
98 WYSS Marcel

CERAMICA FLAMINIA - FONDRIEST
101 BAGGIO Filippo
102 FEDI Andrea
103 FEDI Matteo
104 GORODNICHEV Ilya
105 MANFREDI Andrea
106 MUCELLI Davide
107 ROVNY Ivan
108 SQUIRE Robbie

RUSVELO
111 BOEV Igor
112 FIRSANOV Sergei
113 KAYKOV Valery
114 KOCHETKOV Pavel
115 OVECHKIN Artem
116 RYBAKOV Aleksander
117 SOLOMENNIKOV Andrei
118 ZAKARIN Ilnur

NIPPO - DE ROSA
121 ARREDONDO Julian David
122 BALIANI Fortunato
123 CAMILLI Alessio
124 CAMPAGNARO Simone
125 CECCHIN Alberto
126 HAYAKAWA Tomohiro
127 NAKANE Mideto
128 RICHEZEAdrian Ezequiel


BARDIANI - CSF131 BARBIN Enrico
132 BATTAGLIN Enrico
133 BONGIORNO Manuel
134 DE IESO Donato
135 LOCATELLI Stefano
136 PAGANI Angelo
137 PIRAZZI Stefano
138 ZARDINI Edoardo

ASTANA CONTINENTAL
141 AYAZBAEV Maxat
142 BIZHIGITOV Zhandos
143 FOMINYKH Daniil
144 GORBUNOV Vladislav
145 NEPOMNYACHSHIY Yevgeniy
146 RENEV Sergey
147 BENFATTO Marco
148 SHUSHEMOIN Alexandr


ADRIA MOBIL151 NOSE Tomaz
152 BRUNO Maltar
153 FAJT Kristjan
154 MUGERLI Matej
155 PAVLIN Simon
156 ROGINA Radoslav
157 ROGLJIC Primoz
158 STIMULAK Klemen

VORALBERG
161 BISSINGER Andreas
162 BROERS Remco
163 BURGEOISE Guillaume
164 DE JONGE Maarten
165 HOFER Andreas
166 HRINKOW Dominik
167 PELANEK Lubos
168 REZMAN Bostjan

UTENSILNORD - ORA24.EU
171 BOSISIO Gabriele
172 KUSZTOR Peter
173 LOMBARDI Omar
174 LOVASSY Krisztian
175 MAZZI Alessandro
176 ROCCHETTI Federico
177 ZAMPARELLA Marco
178 ZANOTTI Marco

TEAM NOVO NORDISK
181 CALABRIA Fabio
182 CRAVANZOLA Paolo
183 HENTTALA Joonas
184 LOZANO Riba David
185 MEGIAS Leal Javier
186 PERON Andrea
187 RAEYMAEKERS Thomas
188 VERSHOOR Martijn

TEAM GOURMETFEIN - SIMPLON
191 EIBEGGER Markus
192 KVASINA Matija
193 MARIN Matej
194 POESTLBERGER Lukas
195 RABITSCH Stephan
196 RUCKER Stefan
197 SOKOL Jan
198 ZOIDL Riccardo

RADENSKA
201 POLANC Jan
202 BOSTNER Jaka
203 MISKULIN Jure
204 MITI Tadej
205 PAVLIC Marko
206 PIBERNIK Luka
207 RAJSP Andrej
208 REPSE Uros
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19 Feb 2013 11:35

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23 Feb 2013 14:20

Murcia
1 Navarro
2 Mollema
3 Valverde
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23 Feb 2013 16:00

I thougth valverde was faster than moreno... :o
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23 Feb 2013 16:05

Ryo Hazuki wrote:I thougth valverde was faster than moreno... :o


well he wasn't beaten by moreno so there you go. . .
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23 Feb 2013 16:06

Ryo Hazuki wrote:I thougth valverde was faster than moreno... :o

Moreno? Read again.

Mollema won the sprint, BTW. Navarro attacked in the final kms.
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23 Feb 2013 16:12

lol, what an idiot I am :)
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23 Feb 2013 16:16

Ryo Hazuki wrote:lol, what an idiot I am :)

lol, it should be your signature :p
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23 Feb 2013 16:17

theyoungest wrote:Mollema won the sprint, BTW. Navarro attacked in the final kms.


Consistent start of the season for Bauke but needs to win something.
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23 Feb 2013 16:37

Looks like Drôme was cancelled due to weather
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23 Feb 2013 16:42

TGBM finally wins a sprint but there was still Navarro from an attack, so on the podium again. Poor guy. :p
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23 Feb 2013 19:52

Mollema just can't win can he? Finally beats Valverde in a sprint... but it's for 2nd place. LOL

Gesink also nice, 4th in an uphill sprint. :)
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23 Feb 2013 19:54

Dekker_Tifosi wrote:Mollema just can't win can he? Finally beats Valverde in a sprint... but it's for 2nd place. LOL

Gesink also nice, 4th in an uphill sprint. :)

Gesink seems to show his high base level. I really hope he will contend for the win in P-N :)
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23 Feb 2013 22:22

Cancellara is like The Black Album. Really good but way overrated.
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23 Feb 2013 22:53



I get the feeling they are trying to use that music to make the video look more epic than it actually is. :o

Impressive performance by Navarro, I expected Valverde to take this easily. I guess moving to Cofidis was the right decision.
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24 Feb 2013 07:08

Dekker_Tifosi wrote:Mollema just can't win can he? Finally beats Valverde in a sprint... but it's for 2nd place. LOL

Gesink also nice, 4th in an uphill sprint. :)

Gesink pulled for the whole climb, apparently, and still finished 4th. His form certainly seems to be alright.
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24 Feb 2013 07:55

Afrank wrote:I get the feeling they are trying to use that music to make the video look more epic than it actually is. :o

Impressive performance by Navarro, I expected Valverde to take this easily. I guess moving to Cofidis was the right decision.


Navarro got the quality to win smaller races/stages. Now watch him being used as a GC contender in France, completely invisible.
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