Herald Sun World Cycling Classic 26 September 2010

Aug 22, 2009
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Thought may as well make a post for this little race seeing as though it's the first time Aus has ever got a pretty decent international line up for a one day race.

PROFILE: http://www.cyclingprofiles.com.au/HTM/RWC2010/CA_HSWCCB.htm

Elite mens/u23 (145km)

Australia
Nick AITKEN
Alex CARVER
John CORNISH
Aaron DONNELLY
Nathan EARLE
Simon GERRANS
Ryhs GILLET
Ben GRENDA
Nathan HAAS
Patrick LANE
Richard LANG
Dylan NEWELL
Joel PEARSON
Tom ROBINSON
Malcolm RUDOLPH
Patrick SHAW
Eric SHEPPARD
Steele VON HOFF

Belgium
Mario AERTS
Jan BAKELANTS
Dominique CORNU
Laurens DE VREESE
Kevin DE WEERT
Yannick EIJSSEN
Philippe GILBERT
Leif HOSTE
Bjorn LEUKEMANS
Jurgen ROELANDTS
Greg VAN AVERMAET
Guillanume VAN KEIRSBULCK
Arthur VAN OVERBERGHE
Julien VERMOTE
Jelle WALLAYS
Frederik WILLEMS

Canada
David BOILY
Guillaume BOIVIN
Hugo HOULE
Christian MEIER
Arnaud PAPILLON
Dominique ROLLIN
Svein TUFT

Chile
Carlos OYARZUN
GUINEZ

Croatia
Robert KIŠERLOVSKI
Matija KVASINA
Hrvoje MIHOLJEVIĆ
Radoslav ROGINA

France
Sylvain CHAVANEL
Arnaud DEMARE
Tony GALLOPINI
Romain HARDY
Johan LE BON
Jean Lou PAIANI
Geoffrey SOUPE
Nicholas VOGONDY

Germany
John DEGENKOLB
David HESSELBARTH
Michael KOCH
Maximilian MAY
Philipp RIES

Italy
Stefano AGOSTINI
Enrico BATTAGLIN
Marzio BRUSEGHIN
Sonny COLBIELLI
Francesco GABAZZI
Enrico GASPAROTTO
Massimo GRAZIATO
Gianluca LEONARDI
Matteo MAMMINI
Moreno MOSSER
Vincenzo NIBALI
Rinaldo NOCENTINI
Daniel OSS
Luca PAOLINI
Filippo POZZATO
Andrea TONTI
Matteo TOSATTO
Giovanni VISCONTI

Lithuania
Egidijus JUODVALKIS
Iganatas KONOVALOVAS
Ramūnas NAVARDAUSKAS
Evaldas ŠIŠKEVIEIUS

Luxembourg
Laurent DIDIER
Ben GASTAUER
Joel ZANGERIE

New Zealand
Jack BAUER
George BENNETT
Jason CHRISTIE
Greg HENDERSON
Gordon MCCAULEY
Shem RODGER
Jeremy VENNELL
James WILLIAMSON

Norway
Vegard Robin BUGGE
Filip EIDSHEIN
Edvald Boasson HAGEN
Thor HUSHOVD
Alexander KRISTOFF
Vegard Stake LAENGEN
Øystein Stake LAENGEN

Poland
Maciej BODNAR
Pawel GAWROŃSKI
Michał GOŁAS
Adrain HONKISZ
Sylwester JANISZEWSKE
Bartosz JHUZARSKI
Michał KWIATKOWSKI
Jarosław MARYCZ
Przemysław NIEMIEC
Paweł POLJAŃSKI
Marcin SAPA
Kamil ZIELIŃSKI

Serbia
Esad HASANOVIĆ
Dragan SPASIĆ
Marko STANKOVIČ
Ivan STEVIĆ
Jovan ZEKAVICA
Der ŽOLT

Slovakia
Martin MAHDAR
Peter SAGAN

South Africa
Robert HUNTER
Daryl IMPEY
Darren LILL
Johanna RABIE
Jay THOMPSON
Christoff VAN HEERDEN

Sweden
Sebastian BALCK
Jonas LJUNGBLAD
Tobias LUDVIGSSON

Slovenia
Jani BRAJKOVIC
Blaz JARC
Kristjan KOREN
Marko KUMP
Gorazd STANGELJ
Jan TRATNIK
 
Jun 16, 2009
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Should be interesting to see how certain riders are going as Bunninyong is a tough circuit but the heat should not be a factor.
 
Aug 4, 2009
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auscyclefan94 said:
Should be interesting to see how certain riders are going as Bunninyong is a tough circuit but the heat should not be a factor.
Heat wont be a factor so far we have not seen the sun out for weeks clod winds are the call they forcast 20 deg today but it never got over 15 deg

Ballarat or bunniyoung is always colder than Melbourne so its cold up there
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The guys will need winter gear.
 
Tuarts said:
Racing as teams or Nations?
Nations it looks like. I dont see why teams would send all their stuff (equipment, staff etc) to Australia for this tiny little race.

ANd it looks like Italy are sending the cavalry. 18 riders. Jees. Do they know their only allowed 9 for the worlds + to for the tt:p
 
Nov 2, 2009
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The Hitch said:
Nations it looks like. I dont see why teams would send all their stuff (equipment, staff etc) to Australia for this tiny little race.

ANd it looks like Italy are sending the cavalry. 18 riders. Jees. Do they know their only allowed 9 for the worlds + to for the tt:p
I think so too. They're riding in their usual kit though.
 
May 25, 2010
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The Italians and Belgians should wipe the floor then, they outnumber everyone else heavily. :D
 
May 28, 2010
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The Hitch said:
Nations it looks like. I dont see why teams would send all their stuff (equipment, staff etc) to Australia for this tiny little race.

ANd it looks like Italy are sending the cavalry. 18 riders. Jees. Do they know their only allowed 9 for the worlds + to for the tt:p
I believe they are racing as nations, but they are not allowed to wear national jerseys (must wear team jerseys) for no apparent reason (stupid UCI).

As for the large teams, remeber that this race if both elite and U23, so some countries that have the full 9 riders in elite and U23 and are bringing all their riders to this classic would have 18 riders.
 
Jun 16, 2009
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It is a shame that Ruth Corset went down today at ballarat. She injured her hand and is uncertain starter for the worlds. Hopefully she can get up as she is a big chance to get a strong result for Australia.

great to see such big crowds watching the warm up event.
 

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