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CQ ranking

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Update 20

What a week. The Giro has turned the standings upside down. After 8 weeks op top of the leaderboard, AAC1983 has now been dethroned, and is actually less than 100 points away from moving out of the top 10.

ingsve just misses out on the glorious first place by 18 points as our new leader is LukeSchmid! He and ingsve has quite a gap down to Bumeington in 3rd - for how long will this lead continue?

All in all we have 3 new faces in the top 10 compared to last week: Parrulo who moves from 12th to 9th, Bicing who moves from 14th to 5th and nvpacchi who jumpes from 22nd to 10th, while Pcutter, Waterloo Sunrise and MADRAZO must wave goodbye to the much coveted top 10.

Further down the leaderboard a lot has changed aswell. Well not for Wiggins_fan who still is far from reaching the 1000 points mark. The Amateur drops from 27th to 49th, Spider1964 from 19th to 35th and mortand from 24th to 39th. Moving up is sosososik who jumps from 68th to 50th, lancaster who moves from 44th to 28th, henry olonga who moves from 35th to 19th and finally Sasquatch who obviously has got some good karma by arranging the Giro d'Italia manager game, as he jumps from 49th to 26th!

Top 10:

1. (3) LukeSchmid - 6135
2. (2) ingsve - 6117
3. (8) Bumeington - 5856
4. (5) theyoungest - 5796
5. (14) Bicing - 5778
6. (7) The Hitch - 5687
7. (4) Handbrake - 5670
8. (1) AAC1983 - 5662
9. (12) Parrulo - 5627
10. (22) nvpacchi - 5565

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My Giro participants lifted me to a slightly higher position on the list. Good on 'em. More importantly, I enjoyed seeing so many of them in amongst the action. :D

If EBH would finally score me some big points, I'd be happy.
 
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Oh yeah, onto the podium! Plenty of time to slide back down though...
I wonder who will be the first to break even (get to 7500 points), and when it will happen?

Edit: If only I hadn't spent 1000+ points on Pellizotti, Ricco and Sinkewitz
 
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Criterium du Dauphine

IVANOV Serguei
KASHECHKIN Andrey
DI GREGORIO Rémy
VAITKUS Tomas
SORENSEN Chris
GERRANS Simon
URAN Rigoberto
NAVARDAUSKAS Ramunas
 
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bicing dauphine: Roche, Kroon, Phinney, Tarraammee.
So there's a chance for a top 10's and maybe a stage. Can't be moving up the rankings with this team.
 
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Dauphine

Nicolas Roche

Juan Manuel Garate

Dave Zabriskie

Brice Feillu


Philadelphia International Championship

Alex Rasmussen

Alejandro Borrajo

Anibal Borrajo

Luis Amaran
 
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In Luxembourg I only have Cobo and he is sitting pretty in 103rd place.

I'm hoping more from Dauphine or I'll fall out of the top 10 :(;

Boom
Gerrans
Kashechkin
Uran
Vaitjkus
Wiggins
 
A very rare good day for my CQ team. Boom and Degenkolb get 60 points in prologue of the Dauphiné, and Gerdemann ships the GC in Luxembourg for 160.

EDIT: Now the day got even better with The Boss (Theo that is), winning some meaningless 1.1 in Holland for 80 points :partytime: