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2017 Worlds Championships startlist

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Elite: Fernando Gaviria Rendón (Quick Step Floors), Rigoberto Urán Urán (Cannondale Drapac), Sergio Luis Henao Montoya (Team Sky), Nairo Alexander Quintana Rojas (Movistar), Sebastián Henao Gómez (Team Sky), Jarlinson Pantano Gómez (Trek Segafredo), Jhonatan Restrepo Valencia (Team Katusha), Sebastián Molano Benavides (Team Manzana Postobón) y Nelson Andrés Soto Martínez (Coldesportes Zenú Claro)

Sub23: Álvaro José Hodeg Chagüi (Coldeportes Zenú Claro/Quick Step Floors), Jhon Anderson Rodríguez Salazar (Delko Marseille KTM), Wilmar Andrés Paredes Zapata (Team Manzana Postobón) y Daniel Felipe Martínez Poveda (Willier Triestina Selle Italia)

Sub19: Juan Fernando Calle (Plataforma Central Iberum), Víctor Alejandro Ocampo Giraldo (Clube Ciclismo da Bairrada) y Nicolás David Gómez Jaramillo (Team AV Villas)
 
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DNP-Old said:
Elite: Fernando Gaviria Rendón (Quick Step Floors), Rigoberto Urán Urán (Cannondale Drapac), Sergio Luis Henao Montoya (Team Sky), Nairo Alexander Quintana Rojas (Movistar), Sebastián Henao Gómez (Team Sky), Jarlinson Pantano Gómez (Trek Segafredo), Jhonatan Restrepo Valencia (Team Katusha), Sebastián Molano Benavides (Team Manzana Postobón) y Nelson Andrés Soto Martínez (Coldesportes Zenú Claro)

Sub23: Álvaro José Hodeg Chagüi (Coldeportes Zenú Claro/Quick Step Floors), Jhon Anderson Rodríguez Salazar (Delko Marseille KTM), Wilmar Andrés Paredes Zapata (Team Manzana Postobón) y Daniel Felipe Martínez Poveda (Willier Triestina Selle Italia)

Sub19: Juan Fernando Calle (Plataforma Central Iberum), Víctor Alejandro Ocampo Giraldo (Clube Ciclismo da Bairrada) y Nicolás David Gómez Jaramillo (Team AV Villas)
Thanks for the info.

Quintana and Sebastian Henao should not be on the team for this route. The problem is who would the replacements be?
 
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Escarabajo said:
DNP-Old said:
Elite: Fernando Gaviria Rendón (Quick Step Floors), Rigoberto Urán Urán (Cannondale Drapac), Sergio Luis Henao Montoya (Team Sky), Nairo Alexander Quintana Rojas (Movistar), Sebastián Henao Gómez (Team Sky), Jarlinson Pantano Gómez (Trek Segafredo), Jhonatan Restrepo Valencia (Team Katusha), Sebastián Molano Benavides (Team Manzana Postobón) y Nelson Andrés Soto Martínez (Coldesportes Zenú Claro)

Sub23: Álvaro José Hodeg Chagüi (Coldeportes Zenú Claro/Quick Step Floors), Jhon Anderson Rodríguez Salazar (Delko Marseille KTM), Wilmar Andrés Paredes Zapata (Team Manzana Postobón) y Daniel Felipe Martínez Poveda (Willier Triestina Selle Italia)

Sub19: Juan Fernando Calle (Plataforma Central Iberum), Víctor Alejandro Ocampo Giraldo (Clube Ciclismo da Bairrada) y Nicolás David Gómez Jaramillo (Team AV Villas)
Thanks for the info.

Quintana and Sebastian Henao should not be on the team for this route. The problem is who would the replacements be?
Avila should always have been here, and Omar Mendoza could have been really helpful. I would have left Molano for the Sub23's as well.
 
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portugal11 said:
I really can't see who can beat sagan in this race. This is tailormade for him

I do not think this will be a sprint. Belgium will make the hell out of this race. Sagan will be isolated and outnumbered in the finale. He will need super legs, luck and some kind of ally. Probably Norway. I just hope EBH will feel super strong and confident enough to beat him.

I hope Sagan make the hattrick but if not him, I hope EBH takes it.
 
Portugal final list

Elite M
José Gonçalves (Team Katusha Alpecin)
Nelson Oliveira (Movistar Team) +ITT
Ricardo Vilela (Manzana Postobón)
Rúben Guerreiro (Trek-Segafredo)
Rui Costa (UAE Team Emirates) +ITT
Tiago Machado (Team Katusha Alpecin)

U-23 M
André Carvalho (Cipollini Iseo Serrature Rime)
Francisco Campos (Miranda/Mortágua)
Ivo Oliveira (Axeon Hagens Berman) +ITT
José Neves (Liberty Seguros/Carglass)

U-19 M
Afonso Silva (Sporting/Tavira/Formação Eng. Birto da Mana)
Pedro José Lopes (Alcobaça CC/Crédito Agrícola)
Pedro Miguel Lopes (Seissa/KTM Bikeseven/Matias & Araújo/Frulact)

U-19 W
Maria Martins (Bairrada)
 
The Italian team is filthy good. Pre-selection:

Alberto Bettiol (Cannondale-Drapac), Daniele Bennati (Movistar), Marco Canola (Nippo – Vini Fantini), Sonny Colbrelli (Bahrain-Merida), Alessandro De Marchi (BMC), Enrico Gasparotto (Bahrain-Merida), Marco Marcato (UAE-Emirates), Gianni Moscon (Sky), Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida), Daniel Oss (BMC), Andrea Pasqualon (Wanty-Groupe Gobert), Salvatore Puccio (Sky), Matteo Trentin (Quick-Step Floors), Diego Ulissi (UAE-Emirates), Davide Villella (Cannondale-Drapac) e Elia Viviani (Sky)