2015 Vuelta stage 10: Valencia > Castellón 146.6km

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Gigs_98 said:
The flat section at the end isnt as long as it looks on the profile. I doubt that a sprinter can take this stage --> break ftw
Plus now that Bouhanni, Sagan and Pelucchi are all out, there is only Giant that would probably work hard to reel in a breakaway. No way they will be able to catch a decent size break by themselves. Possibly Orica may work as well, but they have bigger things to focus on now with Chaves.
 
DFA123 said:
Gigs_98 said:
The flat section at the end isnt as long as it looks on the profile. I doubt that a sprinter can take this stage --> break ftw
Plus now that Bouhanni, Sagan and Pelucchi are all out, there is only Giant that would probably work hard to reel in a breakaway. No way they will be able to catch a decent size break by themselves. Possibly Orica may work as well, but they have bigger things to focus on now with Chaves.
I think now they will be as focused on Ewan as Chaves
 
Ruby United said:
DFA123 said:
Gigs_98 said:
The flat section at the end isnt as long as it looks on the profile. I doubt that a sprinter can take this stage --> break ftw
Plus now that Bouhanni, Sagan and Pelucchi are all out, there is only Giant that would probably work hard to reel in a breakaway. No way they will be able to catch a decent size break by themselves. Possibly Orica may work as well, but they have bigger things to focus on now with Chaves.
I think now they will be as focused on Ewan as Chaves
That makes sense to me. I think most teams would take stage wins over a top 10 (and that might be tough, we'll have to wait and see).
 
Dario Cataldo, Matteo Montaguti, Sergio Henao, Carlos Verona, Riccardo Zoidl, Tiago Machado, Daniel Navarro, Peter Velits, Lawson Craddock, Rubén Plaza, Martijn Keizer, Luis León Sánchez, Lawrance Warbasse, Imanol Erviti, David Arroyo, Natnael Berhane, Jurgen Van den Broeck, Romain Hardy, Tsgabu Grmay, Andrey Amador, Pello Bilbao, Eduard Vorganov, Carlos Quintero, Maxime Monfort, Ian Boswell, Salvatore Puccio, Benjamin King, Kenny Elissonde, Stephen Cummings, Cameron Meyer, Amael Moinard, George Bennett, Darwin Atapuma, Ángel Madrazo, Mickael Cherel, Davide Villella, Rodolfo Torres.

Johannes Frohlinger, Jerome Cousin, que se ha quedado del grupo delantero, y Jay McCarthy viajan a 1'05"

El pelotón pierde 2'12".
 
Frohlinger and Craddock in the break for Giant.
Things just got complicated, but with Henao in the break too, Giant need to figure out whether they are willing to relinquish the lead. If this 40 man group gets over 3/4 minutes then they will stay away imo
 
Break team breakdown:

Team Sky: Sergio Henao, Ian Boswell, Salvatore Puccio
AG2R - La Mondiale: Matteo Montaguti, Mikael Cherel
Astana: Dario Cataldo, Luis León Sánchez
BMC: Peter Velits, Amael Moinard, Darwin Atapuma
Caja Rural: David Arroyo, Pello Bilbao, Ángel Madrazo,
Cofidis: Daniel Navarro, Romain Hardy
Colombia: Carlos Quintero, Rodolfo Torres
Etixx - Quick Step: Carlos Verona
FDJ: Kenny Elissonde
IAM Cycling: Lawrence Warbasse
Lampre - Merida: Rubén Plaza, Tsgabu Grmay
Lotto - Soudal: Jurgen Van den Broeck, Maxime Monfort
Movistar: Imanol Erviti, Andrey Amador
MTN - Qhubeka: Natnael Berhane, Stephen Cummings
Orica - Greenedge: Cameron Meyer
Cannondale - Garmin: Benjamin King, Davide Villella
Europcar: Jérôme Cousin
GIant - Alpecin: Lawson Craddock, Johannes Frohlinger
Katusha: Tiago Machado, Eduard Vorganov
Lotto NL - Jumbo: Martijn Keizer, George Bennett
Tinkoff - Saxo: Jay McCarthy
Trek Factory: Riccardo Zoidl
 

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