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Igorre:

1. Aitor Hernández (Orbea) 57:15

2. Egoitz Murgoitio (Hirumet) a 25 s.

3. Isaac Suárez (Bio-Racer) a 1 m. 10 s.

4. Aketza Peña (Zallako Belodromo) a 2 m. 08 s.

5. Constantino Zaballa (Zugor-Bikes) a 2 m. 17 s.

6. Javier Ruiz de Larrinaga (MMR Spiuk) a 2 m. 34 s.

7. Erlantz Uriarte (Ibaigane Opel) a 2 m. 36 s.

8. Jonathan Lastra (Hirumet) a 3 m. 19 s.

9. Josep Betalu (Gsport Valencia) a 4 m. 40 s.

10. Iñigo Gómez (Bio-Racer) a 5 m. 00 s.

http://www.noticiasdealava.com/2012/12/10/deportes/otros-deportes/aitor-hernandez-conquista-igorre (I don't have full results)

Pontchâteau:

1 MOUREY Francis FRC FDJ-BIG MAT en 1h02'26''
2 BOULO Matthieu BRE ROUBAIX LILLE METROPOLE à 09''
3 GADRET John NPC AG2R LA MONDIALE à 19''
4 JEANNESSON Arnold PDL FDJ-BIG MAT à 27''
5 CHAINEL Steve LOR FDJ-BIG MAT à 44''
6 LEJEUNE Romain CHA U.V.AUBE à 55''
7 ROUSSEL Julien NOR NORMANDIE à 01'42''
8 COLOMBATTO Laurent FRC AMICALE CYCLISTE BISONTIN à 01'45''
9 PERROT Guillaume RHA E.C. ST ETIENNE - LOIRE à 01'50''
10 THOMINET Camille IDF CM AUBERVILLIERS 93 à 01'56''
11 LE CORRE Florian BRE ROUBAIX LILLE METROPOLE à 02'01''
12 CANAL Fabien FRC FRANCHE COMTE à 02'53''
13 LUTSEN Luc BOU BOURGOGNE à 02'55''
14 PION Julien IDF EC ARMEE DE TERRE ''
15 BAILLET Alexandre PIC PICARDIE ''
16 GUILLOUX Freddie PDL UNION CYCLISTE CHOLET 49 à 03'02''
17 RENARD Ludovic CRC VS CHARTRAIN à 03'10''
18 LE ROUX Pascal IDF CSM VILLENEUVE GARENNE à 03'26''
19 DEREPAS David BOU PRODIALOG / DAVID DEREPAS à 03'38''
20 BOURGOIN Clément RHA CHARVIEU CHAVAGNEUX I.C. à 03'42''
21 BONHOMME David RHA EVIAN VELO à 03'46''
22 MINARD Sébastien PIC AG2R LA MONDIALE à 03'59''
23 LE BESQ Nicolas PIC AC CENTULOISE à 04'02''
24 RULLIERE Melvin BOU BOURGOGNE ''
25 CORBIHAN Yoann BRE HENNEBONT CYCLISME à 04'13''
26 DUBAU Ludovic CHA A C BAZANCOURT REIMS à 04'22''
27 PASCAL Adrien CHA A C BAZANCOURT REIMS à 04'26''
28 MOUGEL Damien ALS VELO SPRINT EGUISHEIM à 04'28''
29 LE BOUEDEC Christophe BRE EC QUEVENOISE à 04'38''
30 BELLANGER Thibaut PRO CD VAUCLUSE à 04'45''
31 TREHIN Julien PDL UNION CYCLISTE CHOLET 49 à 05'04''
32 DUPERRON Jérémie RHA V.C. CALADOIS à 05'20''
33 CHAVANEL Sylvain PCH OMEGA PHARMA-QUICKSTEP à 05'34''
34 DEMARE Arnaud PIC FDJ-BIG MAT à 1 Tr
35 LE QUEAU Yann BRE LEUCEMIE ESPOIR à 1 Tr
36 JORRY Sébastien LAR LANGUEDOC ROUSSILLON à 2 Tr
37 DELARCE Frédéric LAR LANGUEDOC ROUSSILLON à 2 Tr
38 FALENTA Alois RHA U.C. GESSIENNE à 2 Tr
39 GUEST David PDL LAVAL CYCLISME 53 à 2 Tr
40 MORINIERE Thomas PDL VELO SPORT VALLETAIS à 2 Tr
41 COLLINET Thomas CHA U C VITRY FRIGNICOURT à 2 Tr
42 GICQUEL Ronan BRE EC PLUVIGNOISE à 2 Tr
43 BIANCIOT Aurélien LAR LANGUEDOC ROUSSILLON à 2 Tr
44 COYOT Arnaud PIC SAUR - SOJASUN à 2 Tr
45 CRON Yohann PCH POITOU-CHARENTES à 2 Tr
46 LE NAOUR Sébastien BRE VS QUIMPEROIS à 2 Tr
47 MORAN Clément PDL VC CHALLANDAIS à 4 Tr
48 VALADE Dylan AQU AVC LIBOURNAIS à 4 Tr
49 BLEUZEN Mickaël BRE CD MORBIHAN à 4 Tr
50 GILLARD Romuald BRE DYNAMIC BIKE LOCMINE à 4 Tr
51 PINEAU Jérôme PDL OMEGA PHARMA-QUICKSTEP à 4 Tr
52 CALVEZ Lionel BRE VS QUIMPEROIS à 4 Tr
53 AUGUSTE Jean Michel CRC UC ORLEANS à 4 Tr
54 CALVEZ Mickaël BRE VS QUIMPEROIS à 4 Tr
55 CHEVALLIER Jérôme FRC VELO CLUB ORNANS à 6 Tr
56 TOULLEC David BRE LEUCEMIE ESPOIR à 6 Tr
57 TURGOT Sébastien PDL TEAM EUROPCAR à 7 Tr
58 TREHIN Maxime PDL TEAM U ANJOU 49 à 7 Tr
59 DAVID Kévin CRC VS CHARTRAIN à 7 Tr
60 DELOMME Damien PCH TEAM CYCLISTE CHATEAUBERNARD à 7 Tr
61 CLEMENT Patrice BRE CC CONCARNOIS à 7 Tr
62 LECOEUR Maxime NOR UC ALENCON DAMIGNY à 7 Tr
63 DANIEL Jérôme BRE VS QUIMPEROIS à 7 Tr
64 ARUMAGI Anti EST CFC SPORDIKLUBI à 7 Tr
65 BEUCHER Benoist PDL ROUE D'OR ARNAGEOISE à 7 Tr
66 DROUET Cyril PDL EC MONTFAUCONNAISE à 7 Tr

Abandons :
BAZIN Nicolas IDF AUBER 93
CHEDHOMME Morgan IDF CM AUBERVILLIERS 93
CHAUVEAU Boris CRC MONTRICHARD CYCLISME 41
LECUYER Antoine PDL AC BREVINOIS
MAHEAU Jean-Philippe PDL ST JEAN DE MONTS VENDEE CYCLISME
PIENS Florian PIC PICARDIE
http://www.velo-club.net/article?sid=69396
 
Styby, our prairies are your garden.
You'll never find a better public than here. On the road, they're just interested in stars. We need you in the woods. And good that you honestly admit your mistake.
So long. :)
 
Sep 20, 2011
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hiero2 said:
Middlekurka! (Anglicized verbalizing, sorry)

Awesome. Those sand pits look deadly - the first corner definitely would make some separation - and those steep little berm climbs - tough!

What was this broadcast in? Do you speak the language?
Dutch (with Flemish accent)
 
Oct 23, 2011
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So my avatar just won his first cross with the espoirs, unsuprisingly. :D

Today should be a crazy day, it's been raining throughout the entire morning and it's still raining. Very muddy parcour. Looking forward to it, first time this year I'm watching cross again. :)
 
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For the Cyclo-cross fans

Ronse;

1. Nys
2. Bina (really nice to see him up there!)
3. Albert
4. Vantornout
5. Meisen

Saint-Etienne;

1. Mourey
2. Chainel
3. Perrot
4. Murgioto
5. Joufrroy

8. Gadret
9. Bazin

Llanes;

1. Aitor Hernandez (old pro from Euskaltel)
2. Kevin Suarez
3. Erlantz Uriarte
 
Oct 23, 2011
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Eventhough I got soaked twice because of the rain, at least the same rain area (which covered almost all of the Netherlands and Belgium most of the day) enabled me to see an epic race. It really was crazy, so much mud. :cool:

Good to see Walsleben, Meisen and Bina up there. It's always good to see riders from outside of belgium doing well.

Van Der Haar a bit disappointing today, but all this mud isn't his thing at all I guess. Van Amerongen was pretty good, but I think he's usually top ten if it gets all muddy. Van Der Haar should really go well this season though on the faster less technical races. Hoping he can win a big cross this year.
 
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Van der Haar was much better today than he was at such races last season, I can see easily see him winning some big races this season. With him, Teunissen and van der Poel, the future looks bright.

And like you say, it indeed is sweet to see non-Belgians up front.
 
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Van Der Haar a bit disappointing today, but all this mud isn't his thing at all I guess. Van Amerongen was pretty good, but I think he's usually top ten if it gets all muddy. Van Der Haar should really go well this season though on the faster less technical races. Hoping he can win a big cross this year.
He looked great early on, but faded pretty steadily as the race went on. I guess being so small may hinder him in the muddy stuff that just takes a lot of power. I like his riding style though, always attacking. Hopefully he has a good season this year.
 
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Van Der Haar!!!!!!:)

Though if Pauwels didn't have a mechanic issue it might have been different, but Van Der Haar was really strong.

Also, who knows what Sven Nys would have done without two flats and a broken chain?
 

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