2015 Arctic Race of Norway 2.HC 13/8 - 16/8

Stage 3:






Probably the queen stage due to the MTF.

Stage 4:




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Final GC in 2014:
RANK RIDER RIDER NO. TEAM TIMES GAP






1. NEDKRUIJSWIJK Steven 24 BELKIN PRO CYCLING 17h 22' 12''
2. NORKRISTOFF Alexander 31 TEAM KATUSHA 17h 22' 16'' + 00' 04''
3. NORNORDHAUG Lars-Peter 21 BELKIN PRO CYCLING 17h 22' 30'' + 00' 18''
4. ITAVILLELLA Davide 45 CANNONDALE 17h 22' 31'' + 00' 19''
5. GERVOSS Paul 76 TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA 17h 22' 37'' + 00' 25''
6. FRALEDANOIS Kevin 66 BRETAGNE - SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT 17h 22' 41'' + 00' 29''
7. SUIELMIGER Martin 53 IAM CYCLING 17h 22' 42'' + 00' 30''
8. BELVLIEGEN Loic 5 BMC RACING TEAM 17h 22' 54'' + 00' 42''
9. FRAMOINARD Amaël 4 BMC RACING TEAM 17h 22' 57'' + 00' 45''
10. FRALEMARCHAND Romain 84 COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS 17h 23' 04'' + 00' 52''


Start list from Procycling stats

Start list from the race website:
(*) Substitutes

TEAM KATUSHA / RUS
Sporting Manager: COZZI Claudio /
KRISTOFF Alexander
BYSTRÖM Sven Erik
HALLER Marco
LAGUTIN Sergey
VOROBYEV Anton
ZAKARIN Ilnur
BELKOV Maxim *
MORENO FERNANDEZ Daniel *

MTN-QHUBEKA / RSA
Sporting Manager: SANS VEGA Alex /
BOASSON HAGEN Edvald
BOS Théo
CIOLEK Gerald
JANSE VAN RENSBURG Reinardt
JULIUS JAYDE
MEINTJES Louis
JIM Songezo *

IAM CYCLING / SUI
Sporting Manager: CARLSTRÖM Kjell /
FRANK Mathias
CLEMENT Stef
ELMIGER Martin
ENGER Sondre Holst
LANG Pirmin
WYSS Marcel
PELLAUD Simon *
PINEAU Jérôme *

BORA-ARGON 18 / GER
Sporting Manager: SCHULZE Andre /
VOSS Paul
ARCHBOLD Shane
BENNETT Sam
DEMPSTER Zakkari
MATZKA Ralf
SCHWARZMANN Michael
BUCHMANN Emanuel *
HUZARSKI Bartosz *

BMC RACING TEAM / USA
Sporting Manager: LEDANOIS Yvon /
DILLIER Silvan
BOHLI Tom
FLAKEMORE Campbell
GERTS Floris
HERMANS Ben
TEUNS Dylan
VELITS Peter *
MOINARD Amaël *

TEAM EUROPCAR / FRA
Sporting Manager: FLICKINGER Andy /
COQUARD Bryan
BOUDAT Thomas
HUREL Tony
QUEMENEUR Perrig
THEVENOT Guillaume
TULIK ANGÉLO

ASTANA PRO TEAM / KAZ
Sporting managers: FOFONOV Dmitriy / STANGELJ Gorazd
TAARAMÄE Rein
AYAZBAYEV Maxat
FOMINYKH Daniil
KAMYSHEV Arman
KANGERT Tanel
MALACARNE Davide
AGNOLI Valerio *
LUTSENKO Alexey *

BRETAGNE - SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT / FRA
Sporting Manager: RENIMEL Franck /
HIVERT Jonathan
BIDEAU Jean-Marc
CAM Maxime
HUTAROVICH Yauheni
JARRIER Benoit
MC LAY DANIEL
FONSECA Armindo *
GERARD Arnaud *

TINKOFF-SAXO / RUS
Sporting Manager: YATES Sean /
MORKOV Michael
GOGL Michael
KOLAR Michael
SAGAN Juraj
TOLHOEK Antwan
ZAUGG Olivier
BRESCHEL Matti *
PETROV Evgeni *

LAMPRE - MERIDA / ITA
Sporting Manager: VICINO Bruno /
CIMOLAI Davide
BONIFAZIO Niccolo
COSTA Mario
GRMAY Tsgabu Gebremaryam
KOSHEVOY Ilia
SERPA José
BONO Matteo *
PACIONI Luca *

TEAM GIANT-ALPECIN / GER
Sporting Manager: REULING Dirk /
FAIRLY Caleb
HUPOND Thierry
JONES Carter
LUDVIGSSON Fredrik
VAN DER HAAR Lars
WALSCHEID Maximilian
DE BACKER Bert *
SINKELDAM Ramon *

TOPSPORT VLAANDEREN-BALOISE / BEL
Sporting Manager: DE CLERCQ Hans /
WALLAYS Jens
CAPIOT Amaury
DECLERCQ Tim
SALOMEIN Jarl
VAN LERBERGHE Bert
VERGAERDE Otto
STEELS Stijn *
VAN MEIRHAEGHE Jef *

COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS / FRA
Sporting Manager: DELOEUIL Alain /
AHLSTRAND Jonas
BOUHANNI Rayane
JOEAAR Gert
PETIT Adrien
TURGIS Anthony
VAN STAEYEN Michael
VANBILSEN KENNETH *
VERHELST LOUIS *

CULT ENERGY PRO CYCLING / DEN
Sporting Manager: SKELDE Michael /
GERDEMANN Linus
DOWNING Russell
GULDHAMMER Rasmus
KIRSCH Alex
MAGER Christian
WEGMANN Fabian
LARSSON Gustav *
MORTENSEN Martin *

TEAM SPAREBANKEN SOR / NOR
Sporting managers: KVALSVOL Atle / KVALSVOL Sebastian
DAHL Herman
AASVOLD Kristian
ERLAND Andreas
HAGEN Carl Fredrik
ROEINAAS Fridtjof
VANGSTAD Andreas
MORLAND Morten *
TRONDSEN Trond Hakon *

TEAM RINGERIKS-KRAFT / NOR
Sporting Manager: UTHUS Martin /
FLOTTEN Audun Brekke
FORFANG Ole
KLEIVEN Njal Eivind
KORNER Max Emil Boholm
LUKKEDAL Oyvind
TRAEEN Torstein
JENSEN Christer *
THEODORSEN Petter *

UNITEDHEALTHCARE / USA
Sporting Manager: DAMIANI Roberto /
BAZZANA Alessandro
FÖRSTER Robert
FRATTINI Davide
HANSON Kenneth
RATTO Daniele
ZURLO Frederico
EUSER Lucas *
WHITE Bradley *

TEAM FIXIT.NO / NOR
Sporting managers: JACOBSEN Frode Jarle / JENSEN Jan Roger
EIDSHEIM Filip
AUSTEVOLL Ole Andre
GJOLBERG Adrian
HAFSAS Marius
HERMANSEN Sindre Eid
REGE Even
JENSEN Jan William *
SANDAL Henrik *

TEAM JOKER / NOR
Sporting managers: VAN OUDENHOVE Gino / VOLD Svein Erik
LAENGEN Vegard Stake
BORGENSEN Reidar Bohlin
EIKING Odd Christian
GROENDAHL JANSEN Amund
NILSEN HOEM Bjorn Tore
WILSON Edwin
SKAARSETH Anders *
STIEN Adriaan Aas *

TEAM COOP-OSTER HUS / NOR
Sporting Manager: HEGREBERG Roy /
GALTA Fredriks
BLIKRA Haavard
HAGEN Krister
HOELGAARD Markus
JENSEN August
LANDA Oscar
BORRESEN Magnus *
HAUSKEN JACOBSEN Tormod *

TEAM FROY-BIANCHI / NED
Sporting managers: HILLMANN Espen / NESS Lars
KRISTOFFERSEN Anders
ANDERSEN Oddbjorn Klomsten
BREIVOLD Jon Soeveras
EVENSEN Henrik
GARCIA Damien
TANDREVOLD Halvord
FORBORD Kristian *
ROE Anders Norderhus *

TEAM NOVO NORDISK / USA
Sporting managers: DAVIDENKO Vassili / PODENZANA Massimo
CLANCY Stephen
DE KEIJZER Gerd
GLASSPOOL James
HENTTALA Joonas
PERON Andréa
WILLIAMS Christopher
CREMERS Ruud *
STROBEL Simon *
 
Much better route for the racing this year - with some time gaps from stage 3's finish which is on the border between HTF and MTF (a bit like Côte de la Croix-Neuve, slightly longer but not quite as steep) we should get some good racing on the stage 4 circuit.

Even when the parcours was bad, this is one of the best races to watch all year simply because the scenery is just amazing, more or less constantly.
 
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Libertine Seguros said:
Much better route for the racing this year - with some time gaps from stage 3's finish which is on the border between HTF and MTF (a bit like Côte de la Croix-Neuve, slightly longer but not quite as steep) we should get some good racing on the stage 4 circuit.

Even when the parcours was bad, this is one of the best races to watch all year simply because the scenery is just amazing, more or less constantly.
It certainly looks like a good course for racing. At the moment, the race's internet site only has a list of teams and not riders, but who cares when the scenery is so great.
 
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My attitude to this race is certain. I would like to start! :D ...really , those brutaly high 30's for 3 weeks are killing me :mad:
Seriously now, this race is always enjoyable, great part of the calendar, esp looking forward to the 3rd stage.
 
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Can´t wait! I come from these parts. Starts in Harstad (The home ground of ARoN). Second stage goes over Gratangsfjellet - Historic area where epic battles took place during World War II in the winter of 1940 - only suiting then that the stage finale goes through a military camp at Setermoen.
Stage 3 is the one to watch - Fantastic scenery on the island of Senja with a finish up a ski-hill. I only wish the last stage in Narvik was a few km longer, but all in all ARoN should deliver again. At least as the heli-shots above the arctic sea and mountains rolls over the TV-screen with the odd reindeer or polar bear in the mix:)
 
What do you guys think about the little feud between Haller and EBH?

Haller in my opinion has the majority of the blame, he is disconnecting himself of the sprint to the left in a left turn? It was EBH sprint that he disrupted but it could be the sprint of anyone else.
 
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Ricco' said:
What do you guys think about the little feud between Haller and EBH?

Haller in my opinion has the majority of the blame, he is disconnecting himself of the sprint to the left in a left turn? It was EBH sprint that he disrupted but it could be the sprint of anyone else.
I agree, but I think Kristoff was the strongest anyway.
 
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Tank Engine said:
Ricco' said:
What do you guys think about the little feud between Haller and EBH?

Haller in my opinion has the majority of the blame, he is disconnecting himself of the sprint to the left in a left turn? It was EBH sprint that he disrupted but it could be the sprint of anyone else.
I agree, but I think Kristoff was the strongest anyway.
Yeah, no doubts about that.
 
Nice and amazing race.

Thanks for the thread and presentation.

My favourite is Taaramae. the climb of the third stage have the same numbers that the stage of Pineda in Burgos, where jus Lopez, Scarponi and Dani Moreno beated him, and he was working.

Of course could be some people that could beat him there but some of them has lost time today.

The fight between the 2 norwegians, Kristtof and EBH, will be interesting in the rest.
 
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