Copenhagen 2011: Junior Women TT 13.9km & Men Under 23 TT 35.2km

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Aug 27, 2010
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Moondance said:
On a circuit the wind doesn't play a massive difference.
The home stretch should be a lot more exposed to the wind than the out stretch, and at that part there is headwind. This was what a Danish rider said earlier at least. And the wind was apparently the lowest when Hepburn did his last homestretch. Take from that what you will. *shrug*
 
Oct 27, 2009
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top ride by turbo durbo! class above, looked smooth the whole way round.

go aussies. absolutely loving this day... hepburn may not be loving it, but still third, with a fall, awesome in my eyes.
 
Top 10

1 Durbridge (Aus)
2 Quaade (Den)
3 Hepburn (Aus)
4 Vorobev (Rus)
5 Hamelink (Ned)
6 Christie (Nzl)
7 Mas Bonet (Esp)
8 Dumoulin (Ned)
9 Howson (Aus)
10 Molard (Fra)

Australia with another success. Good day for them. Home country Denmark scores their first medal.
 
Sep 27, 2009
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Durbridge Gold
Gold Australia!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2 Golds Australia!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Australia is the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yippeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
 
Jan 11, 2010
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Moondance said:
Dayum, 3 Aussies in the Top 10. Their land is truly girt by sea. :p
Don't forget the Dutchies! All riders (i.e. two) in the top-10.

And Hamelink truly collapsed, right Dekker_T?
 
theyoungest said:
Don't forget the Dutchies! All riders (i.e. two) in the top-10.

And Hamelink truly collapsed, right Dekker_T?
Faster than Hepburn and Vorobev at the first split and then finishing almost a minute behind.

Yeah I can't see that as a collapse :rolleyes:

Its too hard to admit you are wrong this time, theyoungest??
 
Sep 7, 2010
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impressive level the australien riders supply, and if hepburn havent falled, likely he would have taken silver, in regards to only 11 seconds difference..

But still teknik is a part of the game..

but 2 riders in top 3..looks good for the aussie in the future..
 
Jan 11, 2010
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Dekker_Tifosi said:
Faster than Hepburn and Vorobev at the first split and then finishing almost a minute behind.

Yeah I can't see that as a collapse :rolleyes:

Its too hard to admit you are wrong this time, theyoungest??
Again, that's not what I call a collapse. Or you expected him to win this thing?

Probably disappointed about Limbo Dumoulin not beating him, I guess.
 
theyoungest said:
Again, that's not what I call a collapse. Or you expected him to win this thing?
No I didn't. That's why I said I expected him to collapse after being faster at the first split than medal candidates as Vorobev and Hepburn. He can't keep the pace of that level of guys.
And he did collapse.

What do you call a collapse than???? If losing a minute isn't... :rolleyes:
 
May 25, 2010
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El Pistolero said:
Average for the whole course?

I know Cancellara once did 565 watts average for 8km at a Tour prologue.
I don't know how (watts) this works but from the way he said it may be he reached that at max power output or is it a cumulative total?
 
May 27, 2010
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Tuarts said:
I don't know how (watts) this works but from the way he said it may be he reached that at max power output or is it a cumulative total?
I daresay he was talking about average, max would prob be more than 450
 
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