Road World Cup GPCC

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The UCI Road World Cup was a season-long road bicycle racing competition comprising ten one-day events. The competition was inaugurated in 1989, and was replaced at the end of the 2004 season with the inauguration of the UCI ProTour and UCI Continental Circuits.

We really miss this competition, so in the spanish Forum "Parlamento Ciclista" and GP Canal de Castilla we are planning an unofficial Word Cup.

We had a poll during october, this is the list of 14 races selected for the spanish fans to be included in the ROAD WORLD CUP GPCC:

Copa del Mundo de ciclismo GP Canal de Castilla
 
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il_fiammingo said:
Now that would make me very happy. Gent-Wevelgem should be added as well though.

Maybe for 2013, every single year we are going to vote to modificated it, if is necesary
 
il_fiammingo said:
Now that would make me very happy. Gent-Wevelgem should be added as well though.

Talking about the World Cup, this spanish guy made a yearly virtual WC ranking:
2011
2010
2009
2008
Interesting to see that Gilbert would have won not only this year (no surprise there), but also in 2009 and 2010. The only rider to win the "real" World Cup three times (also in succession) was Bettini...
 
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Fus087 said:
Interesting to see that Gilbert would have won not only this year (no surprise there), but also in 2009 and 2010. The only rider to win the "real" World Cup three times (also in succession) was Bettini...
Unofficial winners:

2005 - Paolo Bettini
2006 - Paolo Bettini
2007 - Óscar Freire
2008 - Alejandro Valverde
2009- Gilbert
2010- Gilbert
2011- Gilbert
 
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rantanplan said:
il_fiammingo said:
Now that would make me very happy. Gent-Wevelgem should be added as well though.

Maybe for 2013, every single year we are going to vote to modificated it, if is necesary
I guess most Spaniards don't know that G-W will be 35km longer next years with more hills in it instead of the disgrace of this year.
 
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roundabout said:
In tune with the WC of old I doubt that most of the riders on those lists entered at least 6 or even 5 (with Zürich out) races out of 9.
True.

I decided to skip the 'minimum' rule considering the new ProTour scenario. Thinking in pre-PT era, most riders could have ridden in certain races with the sole purpose of 'signing in', keeping their WC hopes alive.
 
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Furbo_ said:
True.

I decided to skip the 'minimum' rule considering the new ProTour scenario. Thinking in pre-PT era, most riders could have ridden in certain races with the sole purpose of 'signing in', keeping their WC hopes alive.
I absolutely agree, we are going to skip the the 'minimum' rule as well.
 
rantanplan said:
The UCI Road World Cup was a season-long road bicycle racing competition comprising ten one-day events. The competition was inaugurated in 1989, and was replaced at the end of the 2004 season with the inauguration of the UCI ProTour and UCI Continental Circuits.

We really miss this competition, so in the spanish Forum "Parlamento Ciclista" and GP Canal de Castilla we are planning an unofficial Word Cup.

We had a poll during october, this is the list of 14 races selected for the spanish fans to be included in the ROAD WORLD CUP GPCC:

Copa del Mundo de ciclismo GP Canal de Castilla
Great list really. I could very well live with that!

The UCI will never make it happen though.
 
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Strade Bianche “La Eroica” Dirty roads arrive to Copa del Mundo de ciclismo GPCC 2012

Preview By Ludwigz. Strade Bianche Man

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Provisional overall after 1 races (OHM)

1 Sep VANMARCKE GRM 4:52:34 100
2 Tom BOONEN OPQ 70
3 Juan Antonio FLECHA GIANNONI SKY 50
4 Heinrich HAUSSLER GRM 40
5 Greg VAN AVERMAET BMC 36
6 Marco MARCATO VCD 32
7 Lloyd MONDORY ALM 28
8 Matthieu LADAGNOUS FDJ 24
9 Alexandre PICHOT EUC 20
10 Staf SCHEIRLINCKX ACC 16
 
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Summary of the Toscana Battle, with photos and highlights by Ludwig:

http://gp-canaldecastilla.blogspot.com/2012/03/exhibicion-de-cancellara-en-la-strade.html



Provisional Top-ten after Strade Bianche

1 Sep Vanmarcke GRM Bel 100
Fabian Cancellara RNT Sui 100
3 Greg Van Avermaet BMC Bel 72
4 Tom Boonen OPQ Bel 70
Maxim Iglinsky AST Kaz 70
6 Oscar Gatto FAR Ita 58
7 Juan A. Flecha SKY Esp 50
8 Heinrich Haussler GRM Aus 40
Alessandro Ballan BMC Ita 40
10 Marco Marcato VCD Ita 32
Roman Kreuziger AST Cze 32


Next race GPCC Cup Milan San Remo, March 17th
 
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UCI Road World Cup GPCC keep going with 103Th Milano Sanremo


Artícle by el_jorf. Milán – San Remo´s Man


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Provisional Overall Clasification[/B] (after 2 races)

1 Sep Vanmarcke GRM Bel 100
Fabian Cancellara RNT Sui 100
3 Greg Van Avermaet BMC Bel 72
4 Tom Boonen OPQ Bel 70
Maxim Iglinsky AST Kaz 70
6 Oscar Gatto FAR Ita 58
7 Juan A. Flecha SKY Esp 50
8 Heinrich Haussler GRM Aus 40
Alessandro Ballan BMC Ita 40
10 Marco Marcato VCD Ita 32
Roman Kreuziger AST Cze 32
12 Lloyd Mondory ALM Fra 28
Francesco Reda ASA Ita 28
14 Mattieu Ladagnous FDJ Fra 24
Francesco Ginanni ASA Ita 24
16 Alexandre Pichot EUC Fra 20
Elia Favilli FAR Ita 20
18 Staf Scheirinckx ACC Bel 16
Johan Van Summeren GRM Bel 16
20 John Degenkolb PRO Ale 15
Daniele Bennati RNT Ita 15
22 Luca Paolini KAT Ita 14
Jarlinson Pantano COL Col 14
24 Maarten Wynants RAB Bel 13
Andrey Amador MOV Cri 13
 
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Last km of MRS, Poggio (up and down)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vucdIUv-eaA

Provisional Overall ClasificationWord Cup GP Canal de Castilla 2012 (after 3 races)


RIDER TOTAL
1 Fabian Cancellara 170
2 Simon Gerrans 100
Sep Vanmarcke 100
4 Tom Boonen 74
5 Greg Van Avermaet 72
6 Maxim Iglinsky 70
Oscar Gatto 70
8 Alessandro Ballan 64
9 Vicenzo Nibali 61
10 Juan A. Flecha 50
11 Heinrich Haussler 40
Peter Sagan 40
13 Jonh Degenkolb 36
14 Marco Marcato 32
Roman Kreuziger 32
Filippo Pozzato 32
17 Daniele Bennati 31
18 Lloyd Mondory 28
Francesco Reda 28
Luca Paolini 28
Oscar Freire 28
22 Mattieu Ladagnous 24
Francesco Ginanni 24
24 Giovanni Visconti 22
25 Alexandre Pichot 20

Word Cup GP Canal de Castilla 2012 CALENDAR

1 Omloop Het Volk 25-Feb Sep Vanmarcke
2 Strade Bianche 03-Mar Fabian Cancellara
3 Milán-Sanremo 17-Mar Simon Gerrans
4 E3 Prij Harelbeke 23-Mar
5 Tour de Flandes 01-Apr
6 París-Roubaix 08-Apr
7 Amstel Gold Race 15-Apr
8 Flecha Valona 18-Apr
9 Lieja-Bastoña-Lieja 22-Apr
10 C. San Sebastián 14-Aug
11 Vattenfall Cyclassics 19-Aug
12 Lombardía 29-Sep
13 Giro de Emilia 06-Oct
14 París Tours 07-Oct
 
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Photos and article by Berthoni


http://www.gpcanaldecastilla.com



Really close overrall after 4 races:



1 Fabian Cancellara RNT Sui 174
Tom Boonen OPQ Bel 174
3 Sep Vanmarcke GRM Bel 136
4 Simon Gerrans GEC Aus 100
5 Oscar Freire KAT Esp 98
6 Alessandro Ballan BMC Ita 84
7 Maxim Iglinsky AST Kaz 81
8 Greg Van Avermaet BMC Bel 72
9 Oscar Gatto FAR Ita 70
10 Jonh Degenkolb PRO Ale 68
 
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El Pistolero said:
That's a ranking that shows the truth. Although surprised to see Iglinsky so high up there?
He got points in Strade Bianche (3th 70p and E3 Harelbeke 15th 11p)
 
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Overall after De Ronde

Rank. Rider Team Country Points Vict. Best Points in
1 Tom Boonen OPQ Bel 274 2 Victoria 4
2 Fabian Cancellara RNT Sui 174 1 Victoria 3
3 Sep Vanmarcke GRM Bel 136 1 Victoria 2
4 Alessandro Ballan BMC Ita 134 3º 4
5 Oscar Freire KAT Esp 112 2º 3
Greg Van Avermaet BMC Bel 112 4º 3
7 Filippo Pozzato FAR Ita 102 2º 2
8 Simon Gerrans GEC Aus 100 1 Victoria 1
9 Peter Sagan LIQ Cze 88 4º 3
10 Maxim Iglinsky AST Kaz 84 2º 3
11 Oscar Gatto FAR Ita 70 3º 3
12 Jonh Degenkolb PRO Ale 68 5º 2
13 Vicenzo Nibali LIQ Ita 61 3º 2
14 M. Ladagnous FDJ Fra 58 7º 3
15 Juan A. Flecha SKY Esp 56 3º 2
Luca Paolini KAT Ita 56 7º 3
17 Bernhard Eisel SKY Aut 53 3º 2
18 Alexandre Pichot EUC Fra 44 8º 2
19 Heinrich Haussler GRM Aus 40 4º 1
Marco Marcato VCD Ita 40 6º 2
Leonardo Duque COF Col 40 4º 1
22 Lloyd Mondory ALM Fra 37 7º 2
23 Niki Terpstra OPQ Hol 33 6º 2
24 Roman Kreuziger AST Cze 32 6º 1
25 Daniele Bennati RNT Ita 31 10º 2
 
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Tom Boonen is more leader than ever!

Rank. CORREDOR TOTAL
1 Tom Boonen 374
2 Alessandro Ballan 184
3 Fabian Cancellara 174
4 Sep Vanmarcke 136
5 Oscar Freire 112
Greg Van Avermaet 112
7 Filippo Pozzato 102
8 Simon Gerrans 100
9 Juan A. Flecha 96
Sébastien Turgot 96
11 Peter Sagan 88
12 Maxim Iglinsky 84
13 Mat. Ladagnous 72
14 Luca Paolini 71
15 Oscar Gatto 70
16 Niki Terpstra 69
17 Jonh Degenkolb 68
18 Vicenzo Nibali 61
19 Bernhard Eisel 53
20 Marco Marcato 46
21 Alexandre Pichot 44
22 Heinrich Haussler 40
Leonardo Duque 40
24 Lloyd Mondory 37
25 J. Van Summeren 36
 

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