Yeah good job, bot, although there's still five days to go before Trofeo Alfredo Binda and not even Directvelo has a full startlist yet.
Aw, Panne actually turned out to be quite eventful after all - wind, splits, ditches, crashes, puntures, Grace Brown, another second for Emma etc.Will any of us ever actually score a point?
Põhja Konn came close with Voss in second, RhD had Uttrup in third in front of Libertine's Kasia in fourth.
Blueroads's Cecchini finished 20th, while my left hand pick Muzic didn't even cross the line. Luckily for all of us she then didn't score any points for the youth ranking either.
Next up is Gent-Wevelgem next Sunday. I dislike the discontinuation of the world's fastest three-days race, so we are not going to do that one.
Have you lost faith in Cecchini?I'll try my luck again... with Lotte Kopecky for G-W.
Italian for Italian race, Belgian for Belgian race.Have you lost faith in Cecchini?
Kopecky is a safe bet. She did however look a little spend in the finale yesterday, where she wasn't able to go with Brown despite being in the best position to do so. But she is the defending champion and has showed fine form so far this year.
No, the rule apparently being that in the occurrence of a tie, the winner of the most recent race wears the jersey. Muzic finished 20th in Strade Bianche giving her six points, then Gigante took over the lead by finishing 23rd and scoring six points in Trofeo Alfredo Binda, before Norsgaard scored the six points in De Panne with her second place.The weird rules being that the leader of the competition wears the jersey?
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