Alexey Lutsenko discussion thread

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Vino attacks everyone said:
Flamin said:
What happened to him last year, after Oman?
Falling off of his bike a lot :eek:
I was looking for some DNF's but couldn't find much apart from Dwars door Vlaanderen and de Ronde. Other than that he pretty much did a full program so no sign of a serious injury either. Hence why I was wondering when or where he crashed.

Anyway, in this shape he should be one of the favourites for the Omloop.
 
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Flamin said:
Vino attacks everyone said:
Flamin said:
What happened to him last year, after Oman?
Falling off of his bike a lot :eek:
I was looking for some DNF's but couldn't find much apart from Dwars door Vlaanderen and de Ronde. Other than that he pretty much did a full program so no sign of a serious injury either. Hence why I was wondering when or where he crashed.

Anyway, in this shape he should be one of the favourites for the Omloop.
I might be misremembering the dates (might be over last couple
Of years and not just last year) but I distinctly remember hearing about a few training crashes as well. All in all, I think it was a bit of an off season after a good start. Hopefully he can take this shape with him into March and April.
 
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Flamin said:
Vino attacks everyone said:
Flamin said:
What happened to him last year, after Oman?
Falling off of his bike a lot :eek:
I was looking for some DNF's but couldn't find much apart from Dwars door Vlaanderen and de Ronde. Other than that he pretty much did a full program so no sign of a serious injury either. Hence why I was wondering when or where he crashed.

Anyway, in this shape he should be one of the favourites for the Omloop.[/quote

He crashed in almost every Belgian classic even when he didnt dnf. Horrible year, but i think he will be Great at Amstel and LBL
 

Eli

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What a Gutsy performance from this fella. Come off His bike twice and still showed nerves of steel to win a 4 man sprint. If only He can stay on His bike more often.
 
Leclercq always says that with the shape you've had in spring, you gonna win every race in fall. Lutsenko seems to have his absolute peak in fall this season and thus proves him right so far.

I'm not sure about the world's, but convinced the Kazakhs has a very nice chance to win Lombardy! Together with Fuglsang he potentially forms a strong Astana couple to play cat and mouse with the rest of the field!
 

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