2014 51st GP du canton d'Argovie (1.HC) | 12 June

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Oh, and Albasini makes a move - surprise! :p

"Se forma un grupo con Albasini, DIllier, King, Preidler, Fumeax, Baugnies, Deegand y Seeldraeyers que se va por delante. #GPGippingen"
 
Really? That's great! What were the circumstances, do you know?

He's one of the few World Tour guys here not scheduled for Tour de Suisse, last I checked (though he's scheduled for TdF). I've been looking at him as Giant - Shimano's probable highest GC finisher in France. Dude has raced fifty-two days this year counting today!
 
Dazed and Confused said:
Nice win for Geschke, Dillier 2nd.

Quality stuff.
Hey Dazed and Confused, your pick Chernetckii (or however it's supposed to be spelled) was in there! 9th place on the same time as the winner.

My man Slagter came 44th, almost two minutes down. Oh, well.

Meanwhile, the last rider with a listed time updated so far is in 80th at over fifteen minutes down and there's no sign of the Schlecks. Wonder if they climbed off with Fabian. Only three Trek riders are listed in the top 80 (though Van Poppel came fourth).
 
jaylew said:
Geschke has really come into his own. That's his 12th top 10 of the year, including Roma Maxima, Strade Bianche, Brabantse Pijl, and Amstel.
It said in the CyclingQuotes article about the race that he's now going to rest up (he's not scheduled for Tour de Suisse) and wait for the call about whether he's going to Leeds. I had thought he was already inked in for that race. Somebody on that team has to finish highest on GC, seems like it might as well be him.
 
Strangely, most of the material about this race seems to have disappeared from procyclingstats.com after the updated a couple of other races. It even took away the results in the individual riders' entries.

Edit: Ah, never mind. It's all back now.
 
It is becoming a theorem: IF (GROUP SPRINT) AND (NUMBER OF GIANT RIDERS IN GROUP >= 1) THEN (GIANT WINS)

(Assuming this was actually a sprint based on the large number of riders with the same finishing time.)
 

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