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Clasica de Almeria (1.1)

1. Theo Bos (Cervélo) 4:22:53
2. Mark Cavendish (Columbia-HTC) m.t.
3. Graeme Brown (Rabobank) m.t.


excellent win :D


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This is what happens when Cavendish doesn't have a superior train (I say this because I've just seen the sprint on TV)

A lot of cav's success is due to his team imo. don't get me wrong he was the best last year, but i'm not convinced at him being unbeatable.
 
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First stage of Langkawi:

1 Michael Matthews (Aus) Jayco-Skins 4:22:53
2 Vidal Cellis (Spa) Footon-Servetto
3 Ruslan Tleubayev (Kaz) Kazakhstan National Team
4 Anuar Manan (Mas) Geumsan Ginseng Asia
5 Johann Rabie (RSA) South African National Team
6 René Haselbacher (Aut) Vorarlberg-Corratec
7 Markus Eibegger (Aut) Footon-Servetto
8 Tobias Erler (Ger) Tabriz Petrochemical
9 Zach Bell (Can) Kelly Benefit Strategies
10 Salleh Zamri (Mas) Malaysia National Team
 
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First stage of Langkawi:

1 Michael Matthews (Aus) Jayco-Skins 4:22:53
2 Vidal Cellis (Spa) Footon-Servetto
3 Ruslan Tleubayev (Kaz) Kazakhstan National Team
4 Anuar Manan (Mas) Geumsan Ginseng Asia
5 Johann Rabie (RSA) South African National Team
6 René Haselbacher (Aut) Vorarlberg-Corratec
7 Markus Eibegger (Aut) Footon-Servetto
8 Tobias Erler (Ger) Tabriz Petrochemical
9 Zach Bell (Can) Kelly Benefit Strategies
10 Salleh Zamri (Mas) Malaysia National Team

Hadn't seen that result. Way to go Zach! Not bad for a guy who grew up in Watson Lake, Yukon, a tiny town with few paved roads. A wrestler who didn't get his first bike until 2002. Must have loads of talent. Very impressive.
 
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Langkawi 2nd stage:

1 Jay Thomson (RSA) South Africa National Team 4:06:54
2 Tobias Erler (Ger) Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team
3 David Pell (Aus) Drapac Porsche Cycling
4 Michael Matthews (Aus) Team Jayco - Skins 0:03:03
5 Anuar Manan (Mas) Geumsan Ginseng Asia
6 Rene Weissinger (Ger) Vorarlberg - Corratec
7 Vidal Celis (Spa) Footon-Servetto
8 Ruslan Tleubayev (Kaz) Kazakhstan National Team
9 Adiq Othman (Mas) Drapac Porsche Cycling
10 Christoff Van Heerden (RSA) South Africa National Team
 

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15th Tour of Pa'kistan 2010
Date: 01-03-2010 - 1e étape - Distance: 158 km
Route: Départ: Peshawar ~ Arrivée: Rawalpindi

1) Muhammad Asif PAK 04h 46m 22s
2) Imtiaz Hussain PAK ''
3) Zahid Gulfam PAK ''


Date: 02-03-2010 - 2e étape -Distance: 153 km
Route: Départ: Rawalpindi ~ Arrivée: Gujrat

1) Zahid Gulfam PAK 03h 44m 44s
2) Ahmad Nisar PAK A 10s
3) Muhammad Sabir PAK A 02m 48s

Last year there was no our of Pa'kistan while this year teams from neighbouring India were excluded for entering the race.
 

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2010 - Vuelta Al Valle 3rd - 7th March started today prologue a 3pers/Teams Time Trial.

Marlon Pérez primer líder de la Vuelta al Valle

Just in: Clasificación Parcial del Prólogo, 2000 metros Velódromo de Cali.
1. Marlon Pérez GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq 02:10”
2. Weimar Roldan GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq 02:10”
3. Jaime Suaza GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq 02:10”
4. Fabio Duarte Colombia es Pasión – Café de Colombia 02:10”
5. Juan Pablo Forero Colombia es Pasión – Café de Colombia 02:10”
6. Camilo Suárez Colombia es Pasión–Café de Colombia 02:10”
7. Juan Pablo Suárez EPM – UNE 02:10”
8. Mauricio Ortega EPM – UNE 02:10”
9. Jaime Castañeda EPM – UNE 02:10”
10. Carlos Ospina Indeportes Antioquia – IDEA – FLA 02:12”
11. John Fredy Parra Indeportes Antioquia – IDEA – FLA 02:12”
12. Santiago Botero Indeportes Antioquia – IDEA – FLA 02:12”
13. Jarlinson Pantano Colombia es Pasión–Café de Colombia02:13”
14. Sebastian Salazar Colombia es Pasión – Café de Colombia 02:13”
15. Nairo Quintana Colombia es Pasión–Café de Colombia02:13”
16. Juan Carlos López Indeportes Antioquia – IDEA – FLA 02:13”
17. Julián Rodas Indeportes Antioquia – IDEA – FLA 02:13”
18. Sergio Luis Henao Indeportes Antioquia – IDEA – FLA 02:13”
19. Alex Cano Colombia es Pasión – Café de Colombia 02:13”
20. Dalivier Ospina Colombia es Pasión – Café de Colombia 02:13”
21. Luis Felipe Laverde Colombia es Pasión – Café de Colombia02:13”
22. Alexander González Alcaldía de Cali “Un nuevo latir” 02:14"
23. Carlos Alzate Alcaldía de Cali “Un nuevo latir” 02:14”
24. Cristian Rinero Alcaldía de Cali “Un nuevo latir” 02:14”
25. John Freddy García Aguardiente Néctar – Pinturas Bler 02:14”
26. Oscar Sevilla Aguardiente Néctar – Pinturas Bler 02:14”
27. Félix Barón Aguardiente Néctar – Pinturas Bler 02:14”
28. Félix Cárdenas GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq 02:14”
29. Camilo Gómez GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq 02:14”
30. Edwin Orozco GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq 02:14”
31. Edison Gómez (Sub23) Chaoyang – ESSA 02:15”
32. Marvin Angarita (Sub23) Chaoyang – ESSA 02:15”
33. Juan P. Valencia (Sub23) Chaoyang – ESSA 02:15”
34. Jefferson Rueda (Sub23) Chaoyang – ESSA 02:15”
35. Ronald Gómez (Sub23) Chaoyang – ESSA 02:15”
36. Didier Chaparro Chaoyang – ESSA 02:15”

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Tomorrow stage 1:
El Cerrito - Candelaria – Villarrica - Candelaria - El Cerrito
Fecha: Marzo 4 de 2010
Salida: Parque Principal de El Cerrito
Distancia: 128.6 kilómetros
Hora: 9:00 AM (hora local)
Metas Volantes: 3
Llegada: Parque Principal de El Cerrito

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Juan Pablo Forero ganó en la Vuelta al Valle y es el nuevo líder

The rider of Cafe de Colombia es Passion Juan Pablo Ferero won the first stage around the Valley with a time of 2:41:04 and became the new race leader.

The stage ran between El Cerrito - Candelaria - Villarrica - Candelaria - El Cerrito, about 128.6 miles and it took out in the main park of El Cerrito, was contested with three intermediate sprints and the arrival at Home Park in El Cerrito.
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Top 10 stage 1:
1 Juan P. Forero Colombia es Pasion-Cafe de Colombia 2.41.04
2 Weimar Roldan GW Shimano mt
3 Jhon F. Garcia PInturas Bler-Cundinamarca mt
4 Fernando Urueña Ropa Lufo mt
5 Jaime Castañeda Une-Epm mt
6 Guajardo Pandiella Chaoyang Essa mt
7 Oscar Sevilla Pinturas Bler-Cundinamarca mt
8 Jairo Salas Gw Shimano mt
9 Marvin Angarita Gw Shimano mt
10 Oscar Pachon Une-Epm mt

All came with the same time as Forero.

The overall ranking is led now by Juan Pablo Forero:
1 Juan P. Forero Colombia es Pasion-Cafe de Colombia 2.43.04
2 Weimar Roldan GW Shimano a 4 seg
3 Marlon Pérez Gw Shimano a 8
4 Jiame Castañeda Une-Epm a 8
5 Jhon F. Garcia PInturas Bler-Cundinamarca a 10
6 Jaime Suaza Gw Shimano a 10
7 Fabio Duarte Colombia es Pasion Cafe de Colombia a 10
8 Camilo Suarez Colombia es Psion Cafe de Colombia a 10
9 Maurcio Ortega UNe-Epm a 10
10 Carlos Ospina Gobernacion Indeportes Antioquia a 10
"- Oscar Sevilla a 10 seg
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Stage 3:
Ginebra – Buga - La Unión – Roldanillo - Zarzal ^^
Fecha: Marzo 5 de 2010
Salida: Parque Principal Ginebra
Distancia: 150.4 kilómetros
Hora: 9:00 AM
Metas Volantes: 3
Premios de Montaña: 2 de 3ª Categoría cada uno
Llegada: Parque Principal Zarzal

Recap: http://www.antena2.com.co/noticia.php3?nt=19318

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Langkawi Stage 3 & 4

1 Michael Matthews JAS 03u16'27''
2 Alexander Candelario KBS z.t
3 Dmytro Grabovskyy ISD z.t
4 Anuar Manan GGA z.t
5 Rene Haselbacher VBG z.t

1 Taiji Nish!tani AIS 03u50'11''
2 Michael Matthews JAS z.t
3 Vidal Celis Zabala FOT z.t
4 Kazuhiro Mori AIS z.t
5 Rene Haselbacher VBG z.t

Standings:
1 Tobias Erler TPT 15u36'13''
2 David Pell DPC op 0'05''
3 Jay Robert Thomson VAU op 0'07''
4 Michael Matthews JAS op 2'39''
5 Anuar Manan GGA op 3'02''
 

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Sevilla se apoderó del liderato de la Vuelta al Valle
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(Bogota, Colombia March 5 http://www.antena2.com.co) - Spanish cyclist Oscar Sevilla Rock Racing, became the new leader of la Vuelta al Valle, knocking out of this position Colombian Juan Pablo Forero .

The winner of the second stage was Robinson Chalapud of Colombia es Passion, who used a time of 2:57:50. This stage was raced between Ginebra – Buga - La Unión – Roldanillo - Zarzal which was departing from the Principal Park Ginebra and had a distance of 150.4 miles with mountains ^
Result stage 2
1. Robinson Chalapud Colombia es Pasión – Café de Colombia 02:57:50”
2. Oscar Sevilla (ESP) Rock Racing m. t.
3. Francisco Colorado EPM – UNE m. t.
4. Andrés Miguel Díaz Alcaldía de Cali “Un nuevo latir” m. t.
5. Miguel Rubiano Alejandro Campo Polo 109 m. t.
6. Víctor Hugo Peña (COL) Rock Racing m. t.
7. Juan Carlos López Indeportes Antioquia – IDEA – FLA m. t.
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8. Carlos Alzate Alcaldía de Cali “Un nuevo latir” a 00:23”
9. Marlon Pérez GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq m. t.
10. Isaac Bolívar (Sub23) Lotería de Medellín – IDEA m. t.

Clasificación General Individual
1. Oscar Sevilla (ESP) Rock Racing 05:41:02”
2. Robinson Chalapud Colombia es Pasión–Café de Colombia 05:41:02”
3. Juan Carlos López Indeportes Antioquia – IDEA – FLA a 00:05”
4. Francisco Colorado EPM – UNE a 00:07”
5. Víctor Hugo Peña (COL) Rock Racing a 00:10”
6. Juan Pablo Forero Colombia es Pasión – Café de Colombia a 00:12”
7. Miguel Rubiano Alejandro Campo Polo 109 a 00:14”
8. Marlon Pérez GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq a 00:24”
9. Carlos Ospina Indeportes Antioquia – IDEA – FLA a 00:24”
10. Jaime Suaza GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq a 00:25”
11. John Freddy García Aguardiente Néctar – Pinturas Bler a 00:25”
12. Camilo Suárez (U23) Colombia es Pasión – Café de Colombia a 00:25”
13. Fabio Duarte Colombia es Pasión – Café de Colombia a 00:25”
14. Jaime Castañeda EPM – UNE a 00:25”
15. Juan Pablo Suárez EPM – UNE a 00:25”
16. Mauricio Ortega EPM – UNE a 00:25”
17. Marvin Angarita (Sub23) Chaoyang – ESSA a 00:26”
18. Andrés Miguel Díaz Alcaldía de Cali “Un nuevo latir” a 00:26”
19. Juan P. Valencia (Sub23) Chaoyang – ESSA a 00:27”
20. Jairo Alonso Salas GW Shimano – CHEC – Edeq a 00:27”

Robinsón Chalapud (Colombia es Pasión-Café de Colombia) won todays stage 2 with El Niño pictured coming in second.
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The new Leader Rock & Republic Niño Sevilla
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Saturday
Third stage: ITT ~ Roldanillo - El Dovio
Date: March 6, 2010
Output: the Hermitage Park
Distance: 24 kilómetros.
Time: 9:00
Awards
Mountain: 2 Ports 1 of 2nd category and 1 1st Category
Arrival: The Principal Park Dovio

Sunday
Fourth stage: Criterium ~ Alcaldía de Palmira
Date: March 7, 2010
Salida: Parque de Bolivar
Distance: 106.4. ~ 14 laps (7.6 km / Money)
Time: 9:00
Flyers Awards: 4
Arrival: Parque de Bolivar

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Rujano wins Langkawi stage 6 convincingly. Are ISD in the giro? Would be awesome to see him ride there.

Yes. He was signed specifically to be their designated leader.

He has the talent to win it, so if he can get his motivation on track...
 
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Rujano wins Langkawi stage 6 convincingly. Are ISD in the giro? Would be awesome to see him ride there.

He is also rates himself as the 3rd best climber in the world. Certainly has a high opinion of himself does our Jose.
 

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sábado, 06 of 2010 of marzo

The 26 year old Colombian William Aranzazu (Cetya Azysa Conor) wins the XXVII Gran Premio Ayuntamiento de Camargo (Cantabria) in Spain.
Muriedas Aranzazu was the fastest in the final sprint than his other five breakaway companions with whom he reached the finish line with 47 seconds ahead of two pursuers and one minute ahead of the peloton.
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Top 10
1º William Aranzazu Escobar (COL) (Azysa Cetya Conor) 2:50:48
2º Víctor Gómez (ARG) (Trasmiera) m.t.
3º Mikel Filgueira (Caja Rural) m.t.
4º Ugaitz Artola (Bidelan) m.t.
5º Peter Van Dyck (La Torre) m.t.
6º Sergio Bergara (Camargo) m.t.
7º Carlos Delgado (Caja Rural) a 47"
8º Javier Sardá (Ciudad de Oviedo) a 47"
9º Ibon Zugasti (Azysa Cetya Conor) a 1:04
10º Jesús Gilmartín (UC Segoviana) a 1:04

Equipos
1º Caja Rural
2º Azysa Cetya Conor
3º Trasmiera Footon

Sprint especiales
1º William Aranzazu (Azysa Cetya Conor)
2º Germán López (Telco)
3º David Ortíz (Camargo)

Metas Volantes
1º Javier Sardá (Ciudad de Oviedo)
2º Víctor Gómez (Trasmiera)
3º David Ortíz (Camargo)

Montaña
1º Sergio Bergara (Camargo)
2º Peter Van Dyck (LaTorre)
3º Paul Hendrik (Telco)


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Mauricio Ortega won the time trial and is in the virtual champion.
06.03.10/12: 45 PM Results Unofficial
Mauricio Ortega (EPM-UNE) won the queen stage of the Vuelta al Valle with a 24 km time trial between Roldanillo and El Dovio.
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Results Stage 3

1 Mauricio Ortega (EPM-UNE) 45 minutos, 56 segundos
2 Nairo Quintana (Colombia es Pasión-Café de Colombia) 10 seg.
3 Giovanni Báez (EPM-UNE) 21 seg.
4 Javier González (EPM-UNE) 57 seg.
5 Oscar Sevilla (Pinturas Bler-Néctar de Cundinamarca) 59 seg.
6 Hernán Darío Muñoz (EPM-UNE) 1:01
7 Marlon Pérez (GW-Shimano)1:04
8 Sergio Henao (Orgullo Paisa) 1:10
9 Carlos Ospina (Orgullo Paisa)1:25
10 Javier Gómez (EPM-UNE) 1:27

Clasificación General Individual

1 Mauricio Ortega (EPM-UNE) 6:27:23
2 Nairo Quintana (Colombia es Pasión-Café de Colombia) a 13 seg.
3 Giovanni Báez (EPM-UNE) 27 seg.
4 Oscar Sevilla ((Pinturas Bler-Néctar de Cundinamarca) 34 seg.
5 Marlon Pérez (GW-Shimano) 1:01
6. Javier Gonzáles (EPM-UNE) 1:06
7 Hernán Darío Muñoz (EPM-UNE) 1:08
8 Sergio Luis Henao (Orgullo Paisa) 1:12
9 Francisco Colorado (EPM-UNE) 1:19
10 Juan Carlos López (Orgullo Paisa) 1:29

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