****Official Riders Who Have Only One Won Race Thread***

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Timmy-loves-Rabo said:
I'm aware, but he was always forced to work for someone. Even despite his good performances no one expected this victory. It was huge.

No one could see past Hushovd and canc for PR. Let alone JVS taking home the stone.

Again, for me the biggest feat of the season.
Fixed yer post
 
Jul 8, 2011
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Timmy-loves-Rabo said:
Maybe you, lots of people on here discounted Hushovd.
Really the opinion was canc couldn't lose.
The only reason JVS won was because Hushovd Wheelsucked Canc, thus gifting it to him. He could have easily dropped Canc on the cobbles or have worked with him to the track and taken the sprint :p
 
Jul 8, 2011
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The Hitch said:
In that case

PI Jorge Antonio. Pro since 2008.

2010 Argentinian national championships.
Roche won a Limosin stage and a Bejing stage in addition to the double Shamrock. Although I guess you could argue that the Irish or Argentina Championship is more prestigious . . .
 
Dec 27, 2010
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GP Beghelli 2010 - Dario Cataldo
GP Citta di Camaiore (1.1) 2010 - Kristjan Koren
Tour de Wallonie, Stage 3 2010 (Ardenne - Hotton) - Kristof Goddaert
 
Dec 27, 2010
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Quite a surprising one!

GB Nat Champs R.R. '10 is Geraint Thomas' only pro win thus far.
 
bicycle_rack said:
Roche won a Limosin stage and a Bejing stage in addition to the double Shamrock. Although I guess you could argue that the Irish or Argentina Championship is more prestigious . . .
bicycle_rack said:
For the record PI Jorge Antonio does not count.
Im only counting Beijing. But if you are counting national championships then Jorge Antonio does count.
 
WillemS said:
Well, he had some minor wins, one stage win in Swiss, a nice polka dot jersey, but he just had his biggest victory of his life, likely the biggest victory he is ever going to get: Soler getting out of the hospital alive.
I'm as happy for Soler as the next guy, but this was corny to the extreme.
 
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Jean-Christophe Peraud: 2009, National I.T.T. Championships
Ben Hermans: 2011, Trofeo Inca
Dries Devenyns: 2009, Österreich-Rundfahrt, Stage 5
Robert Kiserlovski: 2010, Giro dell'Appennino
Hubert Dupont: 2006, Vuelta al Pais Vasco, Mountains classification
Jurgen Van Goolen: 2011, Route du Sud, Stage 3
Thomas Peterson: 2009, Tour of California, Stage 2
 

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