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03 Dec 2013 04:34


oh no... :(
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27 Jan 2014 20:51

Rémy Pauriol (31) calls it quits. He will now work in his family's vineyard.

http://cyclismactu.net/news-retraite-remi-pauriol-met-un-terme-a-sa-carriere-38041.html
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13 Apr 2014 20:30

Gabriel Rasch completed his last race today, nice to bow out in the Roubaix velodrome
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13 Apr 2014 20:52

del1962 wrote:Gabriel Rasch completed his last race today, nice to bow out in the Roubaix velodrome

That should be the default career end for every northern classics rider!

Hard as nails domestique, he had a very good career considering his useful skills that he put to good use over the years. He made a late jump to the WT, probably because of Hushovd, but he proved his worth countless times. All the best for him, even as a Sky DS :) I hope he had a 'Merci Roubaix' shirt today :)
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09 May 2014 16:31

Sad to hear, I was hoping he would do well in his comeback to the sport. :(
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09 May 2014 19:12

Sad indeed, now he will be remembered for the descend of Col de la Bonette
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01 Jun 2014 13:14

Hondo retires after this season
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01 Jun 2014 13:35

roundabout wrote:Hondo retires after this season


Class act! All the best for the future, Danilo!
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17 Jun 2014 20:18

Fortunato Baliani decided to retire with immediate effect.

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18 Jun 2014 03:10

Guybrush wrote:Sad indeed, now he will be remembered for the descend of Col de la Bonette


I think his bike is still descending it :(
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18 Dec 2014 20:20

After more than one year without racing due to a contractual dispute with Belkin, Gárate will anounce his retirement next Monday.

http://www.ciclo21.com/juanma-garate-anuncia-su-retirada/
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18 Dec 2014 22:39

icefire wrote:After more than one year without racing due to a contractual dispute with Belkin, Gárate will anounce his retirement next Monday.

http://www.ciclo21.com/juanma-garate-anuncia-su-retirada/


How can he anounce his retirement next monday, because its been anounced that he will anounce it. That is if you see what I meen.
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13 Jan 2015 21:20

http://sporza.be/cm/sporza/wielrennen/1.2207584

Nuyens retires after not finding any place to ride. It is a shame that he crashed in P-N 2012 and he was not able to do anything afterwards.
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09 Sep 2015 12:41

Cyclingfever says Kolobnev retires.

(Mods, can you please fix the old thread title?)
On the eve of one of the biggest races of the year, the Tour de Yorkshire
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09 Sep 2015 12:44

What was it, ¡Adiós! ?
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Re:

09 Sep 2015 12:45

BigMac wrote:What was it, ¡Adiós! ?


yep, thanks.
On the eve of one of the biggest races of the year, the Tour de Yorkshire
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09 Sep 2015 13:09

I can add some others:
Martin Reimer
Fred Rodriguez
Klaas Lodewyck
James Vanlandschoot
Kevin Peeters
Brent Luyckx
Pablo Lastras
Ted King
Jerome Pineau
Anthony Geslin
Romain Zingle
Kevin de Weert
Jerome Gilbert
Thomas Raeymaekers
Kevin Hulsmans
Sebastien Rosseler

And Gert Steegmans, Alessandro Petacchi and Daan Olivier have already retired.
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09 Sep 2015 13:14

TMP402 wrote:I

And Gert Steegmans, Alessandro Petacchi and Daan Olivier have already retired.


Most of the others you've listed have already retired aswel.

Lodewyck I know hopes to race a couple more times this season but Hulsmans, De Weert, Rosseler have already stopped.
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