None, re. Donie. There's the odd result here and there in Gipuzkoa (Basque Country), but nothing that can match Mont du Chat. Which is why I am particularly interested in seeing how those training numbers translate to an actual race against the big boys. Though, ultimately, it doesn't mean the world when Nordhagen is not in the race. Widar is indeed a puncheur, but you can get away with that for large portions. Winning will be a utopia, but I wouldn't be surprised if he goes a long way and finishes podium. Bisiaux on the other hand was really, really strong here in last years race, and given he just put up a show in Velzeke and went toe to toe with Herzog and Christen in Valromey too, I can't look at anyone but him.Is there hype for Donie? The only really noticeable achievement i heard of is his KOM on Ballon d'Alsace. Marivoet seems like he's stagnated a bit at Auto Eder. Widar, doesn't seem like a pure climber, so maybe Mont du Chat is a bit too much for him. That said, i don't know if Bisiaux is gonna be the runaway winner here either.