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2019 Tour de l'Avenir /// 15th - 25th of August (2.Ncup)

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So, Inkelaar, Verschaeve & Hayter out due to a crash.
Covi, Schelling nog going for GC?
Arensman showing some signs of weakness (or is there another reason for losing 45 seconds in stage 3?). Still in a good position due to the TTT.
Same for Alba?
Colombians losing a lot of time in the TTT (which was expected, i assume). Same for Valter & Ries.
 
Pidcock did get up, but i don't know if he finished.

Classement non-officiel de la 6e étape :

1 Stefan BISSEGGER (Suisse)
2 Kaden GROVES (Australie)
3 Matteo JORGENSON (Etats-Unis) à 1"
4 Tobias BAYER (Autriche)
5 Jonas RUTSCH (Allemagne) à 3"
6 Ilan VAN WILDER (Belgique)
7 Samuele BATTISTELLA (Italie) à 11"
8 Tobias S. FOSS (Norvège)
9 Morten HULGAARD (Danemark) à 23"
10 Urko BERRADE (Espagne)
11 Mauri VANSEVENANT (Belgique)
12 Damian LÜSCHER (Suisse)
13 Félix GALL (Autriche)
14 Giovanni ALEOTTI (Italie) à 46"
15 Thomas ACOSTA (Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes) à 51"
16 Patrick HALLER (Allemagne) à 2'12"
17 Barnabas PEAK (Hongrie) à 2'16"
18 Ide SCHELLING (Pays-Bas) à 2'17"
19 Alexander EVANS (Australie) à 2'19"
20 Jhojan Orlando GARCÍA SOSA (Colombie) à 2'35"

Classement général :

1 Giovanni ALEOTTI (Italie)
2 Tobias S. FOSS (Norvège) à 5"
 
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Pidcock apparently came across the finish last, but with the 3k rule didn't lose time

Classement général :
1 ALEOTTI Giovanni ITALIE ITA les 764,3 km en 18h38'34'' (moy. 41,182 km/h)
2 FOSS Tobias S. NORVEGE NOR 18h38'39'' 05''
3 LÜSCHER Damian SUISSE SUI 18''
4 BISSEGGER Stefan SUISSE SUI 26''
5 BATTISTELLA Samuele ITALIE ITA 30''
6 JORGENSON Mattéo ETATS-UNIS USA 34''
7 PIDCOCK Thomas GRANDE BRETAGNE GBR 43''
8 RUTSCH Jonas ALLEMAGNE GER 57''
9 VAN WILDER Ilan BELGIQUE BEL 01'00''
10 VANSEVENANT Mauri BELGIQUE BEL 01'20''
11 GALL Felix AUTRICHE AUT 01'35''
12 BERRADE FERNANDEZ Urko ESPAGNE ESP 02'05''
13 BAGIOLI Andrea ITALIE ITA 02'08''
14 ZIMMERMANN Georg ALLEMAGNE GER 02'17''
15 GUGLIELMI Simon FRANCE FRA 02'28''
16 CHAMPOUSSIN Clément FRANCE FRA 03'08''
17 EVANS Alexander AUSTRALIE AUS 03'09''
18 MONIQUET Sylvain BELGIQUE BEL 03'51''
19 VAN DEN BERG Lars PAYS-BAS NED 04'01''
20 VALTER Attila HONGRIE HUN 04'15''
21 TEJADA CANACUE Harold Alfonso COLOMBIE COL 04'39''
22 GARCIA SOSA Jhojan Orlando COLOMBIE COL '
23 OLDANI Stefano ITALIE ITA 04'40''
24 RIES Michel LUXEMBOURG LUX 04'54''
25 HALLER Patrick ALLEMAGNE GER 05'04''
26 PARRA CUERDA Jose Felix ESPAGNE ESP '
27 HULGAARD Morten DANEMARK DEN 05'16''
28 BALFOUR Stuart GRANDE BRETAGNE GBR 05'51''
29 SCHELLING Ide PAYS-BAS NED 06'16''
30 HEALY Ben CENTRE MONDIAL DU CYCLISME IRL 06'26''

Lire la suite : https://www.directvelo.com/actualite/76756/tour-de-l-avenir-et-6-classements
 
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It looks like favourites are dropping like flies, it has been a bit of a crashfest.
Aleotti has been good so far, but he shouldn't be a factor in the high mountains.
He has a good engine, climbs really well on shorter climbs and has a nice sprint, a bit like Vendrame and Velasco. I just hope that Pidcock is ok after that crash, loosing another favourite because of a crosh would be pretty bad.
 
Wait, Pidcock got s.t. as the group, why would you have a 3km rule on a stage like this?
I believe that the three minute rule applies whenever the finish is not a categorised climb. Never seen it tested in the case of a race that has a KoM line about 1km short of the finish though.

Edit: yep.
rule 2.6.027
In the case of a duly noted incident in the last three kilometres of a road race stage, the rider or riders affected shall be credited with the time of the rider or riders in whose company they were riding at the moment of the incident. ...
This article shall not apply where the finish is at the top of a hill-climb
 
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Just a Carlos Mario Jaramillo syndrome. He will be fine.
But if you need explanation, The stupid Colombian DS sent his team leader in a lone attack when the stage, that didn't suit him, just started, and during harsh conditions. He froze and got a crisis, so he DNF.
Are you serious?
Why attack? they were supposed to wait for the mountains. That's the most stupid reason that I have heard.
Wow! there goes the opportunity.
 

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