2013 Tour de France, Stage 4: Nice / Nice 25km (TTT)

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I have had some spare time this afternoon so I calculated the second split time for all the teams excluding Euskaltel (who I did not see their first split time). NOTE: There are some marginal rounding errors.

2nd split place/Team/2nd split Time/(Overall position)
1. Orica Greenedge 12:37 (1)
2. Sky 12:38 (3)
3. OPQS 12:41 (2)
4. Saxo Tinkoff 12:48 (4)
=5. Lotto 12:49 (5)
=5. Lampre 12:49 (8)
7. Movistar 12:52 (7)
8. Garmin Sharp 12:53 (6)
9. Katusha 12:56 (10)
=10 BMC 12:58 (9)
=10 Vacansoleil 12:58 (12)
=12 Radioshack 13:01 (11)
=12 Belkin 13:01 (14)
14. Astana 13:03 (16)
15. AG2R 13:13 (17)
=16 Cofidis 13:18 (20)
=16 Sojasun 13:18 (18)
18. Europcar 13:23 (19)
19. Argos 13:29 (22)
=20 Cannondale 13:30 (13)
=20 FDJ 13:30 (15)
 
Ferminal said:
Probably not, may be the difference between 5th and 6th against say a Van den Broeck; or Pinot who they would have expected to take more time out of. Hopefully it encourages them to be more adventurous.
If Evans and VG are in form they should be able to take time in the Individual TTs against most of their rivals. If they are going to struggle it will be the mountains for both of them especially if Contador, Froome and Rodriguez cut loose. This weekend should be some sort of indicator for both of them.
 
Ferminal said:
Lampre were very good, 13'32" INT so a 12'49" back half if my maths isn't fail.

They have been quite good in TTTs lately, a bit under the radar.
They have been doing well in TTTs lately. They were barely mentioned when they crossed the line. Shame they have not got a potential GC rider for the podium. Cunego has a chance for stage win maybe.
 
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auscyclefan94 said:
I have had some spare time this afternoon so I calculated the second split time for all the teams excluding Euskaltel (who I did not see their first split time). NOTE: There are some marginal rounding errors.

2nd split place/Team/2nd split Time/(Overall position)
1. Orica Greenedge 12:37 (1)
2. Sky 12:38 (3)
3. OPQS 12:41 (2)
4. Saxo Tinkoff 12:48 (4)
=5. Lotto 12:49 (5)
=5. Lampre 12:49 (8)
7. Movistar 12:52 (7)
8. Garmin Sharp 12:53 (6)
9. Katusha 12:56 (10)
=10 BMC 12:58 (9)
=10 Vacansoleil 12:58 (12)
=12 Radioshack 13:01 (11)
=12 Belkin 13:01 (14)
14. Astana 13:03 (16)
15. AG2R 13:13 (17)
=16 Cofidis 13:18 (20)
=16 Sojasun 13:18 (18)
18. Europcar 13:23 (19)
19. Argos 13:29 (22)
=20 Cannondale 13:30 (13)
=20 FDJ 13:30 (15)
Team Azenarioa was 25 seconds back at the intermediate check, 13:41 on the first half of the course, 13:39 on the second half (which, of course would put them last on the back half)
 
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northstar said:
I think the team's result was not far off from the team's expectations. Vaughters predicted a close TT with Garmin being in the top 3 along with Greenedge (good call) and BMC (bad call). They missed the top 3 by 14 seconds so it was close. I agree they were over-hyped but that was more the result of the media playing up their chances and not because of what the team said.
Vaughters himself hyped up their team in advance, and several of his riders did. Millar clearly went for yellow. So this is a disappointing result, no matter how they try to spin it now.

Yes, they're maybe a bit more climbing-oriented than usual, but they haven't encountered any major crashes, unlike Sky, OPQS, Saxo... all ahead of them.
 
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theyoungest said:
Vaughters himself hyped up their team in advance, and several of his riders did. Millar clearly went for yellow. So this is a disappointing result, no matter how they try to spin it now.

Yes, they're maybe a bit more climbing-oriented than usual, but they haven't encountered any major crashes, unlike Sky, OPQS, Saxo... all ahead of them.
Didn't Hesjedal get into a crash on day one?
 
thanks a lot!

search said:
here you go:

1. IMPEY 25'56"28
2. GOSS 25'56"28
3. GERRANS 25'56"28
4. TUFT 25'56"28
5. ALBASINI 25'56"28

6. CHAVANEL 25'57"04
7. KWIATKOWSKI 25'57"04
8. TERPSTRA 25'57"04
9. PINEAU 25'57"04
10. TRENTIN 25'57"04
11. VELITS 25'57"04
12. CAVENDISH 25'57"04
13. MARTIN 25'57"04

14. CLARKE 25'58"19

15. STANNARD 25'59"31
16. LOPEZ 25'59"31
17. KIRYIENKA 25'59"31
18. KENNAUGH 25'59"31
19. PORTE 25'59"31
20. SIUTSOU 25'59"31
21. FROOME 25'59"31
22. BOASSON HAGEN 25'59"31

23. ROGERS 26'05"91
24. CONTADOR 26'05"91
25. KREUZIGER 26'05"91
26. ROCHE 26'05"91
27. BENNATI 26'05"91
28. HERNANDEZ 26'05"91

29. STEEGMANS 26'09"46

30. DE CLERCQ 26'13"04
31. ROELANDTS 26'13"04
32. VAN DEN BR 26'13"04
33. HANSEN 26'13"04
34. BAK 26'13"04

35. MARTIN 26'13"47
36. HESJEDAL 26'13"47
37. TALANSKY 26'13"47
38. VANDEVELDE 26'13"47
39. MILLAR 26'13"47
40. DANIELSON 26'13"47

41. COSTA 26'16"01
42. AMADOR 26'16"01
43. CASTROVIE 26'16"01
44. ERVITI 26'16"01
45. VALVERDE 26'16"01
46. QUINTANA 26'16"01
47. GUTIERREZ 26'16"01
48. PLAZA 26'16"01
49. ROJAS 26'16"01

50. GREIPEL 26'20"81

51. MALORI 26'21"83
52. CIMOLAI 26'21"83
53. SERPA 26'21"83
54. CUNEGO 26'21"83
55. NIEMIEC 26'21"83

56. TOSATTO 26'22"13
57. PAULINHO 26'22"13

58. VAN GARD 26'22"29
59. BOOKWALTER 26'22"29
60. EVANS 26'22"29
61. GILBERT 26'22"29
62. MORABITO 26'22"29
63. MOINARD 26'22"29

64. FERRARI 26'22"31

65. SMUKULIS 26'24"79
66. MORENO 26'24"79
67. RODRIGUEZ 26'24"79
68. VORGANOV 26'24"79
69. TROFIMOV 26'24"79
70. KRISTOFF 26'24"79
71. BRUTT 26'24"79

72. ZUBELDIA 26'25"28
73. VOIGT 26'25"28
74. GALLOPIN 26'25"28
75. SCHLECK 26'25"28
76. KLÖDEN 26'25"28
77. BAKELANTS 26'25"28
78. IRIZAR 26'25"28
79. MONFORT 26'25"28

80. FLECHA 26'31"89
81. POELS 26'31"89
82. WESTRA 26'31"89
83. LAGUTIN 26'31"89
84. BOECKMANS 26'31"89
85. HOOGERLAND 26'31"89

86. BODNAR 26'30"17
87. SAGAN 26'30"17
88. SABATINI 26'30"17
89. VANDBORG 26'30"17
90. MOSER 26'30"17
91. KOREN 26'30"17
92. DE MARCHI 26'30"17

93. GESINK 26'33"11
94. MOLLEMA 26'33"11
95. NORDHAUG 26'33"11
96. TANKINK 26'33"11
97. BOOM 26'33"11
98. TEN DAM 26'33"11

99. MARANGONI 26'36"29

100. HENDERSON 26'37"05

101. GENIEZ 26'38"22
102. BOUHANNI 26'38"22
103. ROY 26'38"22
104. JEANNESSON 26'38"22
105. PINOT 26'38"22
106. VICHOT 26'38"22

107. QUINZIATO 26'38"57

108. FAVILLI 26'44"02

109. THOMAS 26'44"36

110. FEDRIGO 26'51"55

111. FUGLSANG 26'52"80
112. BRAJKOVIC 26'52"80
113. GASPAROTTO 26'52"80
114. LUTSENKO 26'52"80
115. KESSIAKOFF 26'52"80

116. DE GENDT 26'57"53

117. LANCASTER 26'57"94

118. PERAUD 27'00"80
119. BOUET 27'00"80
120. MINARD 27'00"80
121. GADRET 27'00"80
122. DUPONT 27'00"80
123. BARDET 27'00"80
124. RIBLON 27'00"80
125. KADRI 27'00"80

126. O'GRADY 27'02"89

127. MURAVYEV 27'04"08

128. FEILLU 27'06"39
129. VUILLERMOZ 27'06"39
130. SIMON 27'06"39
131. EL FARES 27'06"39
132. MEDEREL 27'06"39
133. LEMOINE 27'06"39

134. SIEBERG 27'07"92

135. VEILLEUX 27'09"11
136. MALACARNE 27'09"11
137. GENE 27'09"11
138. ARASHIRO 27'09"11
139. ROLLAND 27'09"11

140. HIVERT 27'10"03

141. VOECKLER 27'11"36

142. MORI 27'12"43
143. BONO 27'12"43

144. VAN POPPEL,D 27'12"61

145. FISCHER 27'15"06
146. BONNET 27'15"06

147. NAVARDAUSKAS 27'16"29

148. MOLARD 27'16"82
149. GARCIA 27'16"82
150. LE MEVEL 27'16"82
151. NAVARRO 27'16"82
152. COPPEL 27'16"82
153. MATE 27'16"82

154. IZAGUIRRE,G 27'20"38
155. IZAGUIRRE,I 27'20"38
156. OROZ 27'20"38
157. NIEVE 27'20"38
158. ANTON 27'20"38
159. ASTARLOZA 27'20"38

160. VAN POPPEL,B 27'24"19

161. SICARD 27'27"21

162. MEYER 27'28"04

163. LEVARLET 27'28"46

164. LEEZER 27'31"55

165. WYNANTS 27'32"83

166. DIDIER 27'34"63

167. REZA 27'40"31

168. MARINO 27'40"48

169. GAVAZZI 27'40"56

170. WILLEMS 27'40"79

171. TAARAMAE 27'41"66

172. SCHÄR 27'41"70

173. GESCHKE 27'43"75
174. FRÖHLINGER 27'43"75
175. CURVERS 27'43"75
176. DEGENKOLB 27'43"75
177. DE KORT 27'43"75
178. DUMOULIN T 27'43"75
179. KITTEL 27'43"75
180. TIMMER 27'43"75
181. VEELERS 27'43"75

182. BAUER 27'45"55

183. BURGHARDT 27'51"10

184. DUMOULIN S 27'55"71

185. KUCHYNSKI 28'04"68

186. BAZAYEV 28'05"03

187. DENNIS 28'09"39

188. LOBATO 28'10"44

189. DELAPLACE 28'17"43

190. VANMARCKE 28'20"31

191. PEREZ 28'20"92

192. COUSIN 28'41"36
193. GAUTIER 28'41"36

194. NOVAL 30'27"66

195. LOSADA 31'07"26

196. KING HD
 
Jul 17, 2009
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Wow Garmin in the heart of every big crash again this year.

Its almost as if they are the new Euskaltel of the flat stages
 

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