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Vuelta al Tachira Stage 10:

Stage Results

1. Pedro Herrera Formesan 2:54:46
2. Wilmen Bravo Gobernacion de Merida 1:07
3. Pedro Sequera Trujillo 1:09
4. Andrea Fedi Yellow Fluo 2:19
5. Angel Rivas Gobernacion de Merida
6. Juan Murillo Kino Tachira 5:36
7. Daniel Abreu Gobernacion del Tachira
8. Felix Cardenas Formesan
9. Enrique Diaz Fund.DJGHC
10. Jorge Abreu Gobernacion del Tachira

Final GC

1. Jimmi Briceño Loteria del Tachira 31:52:01
2. Carlos Galvis Gobernacion del Tachira 1:19
3. Juan Murillo Kino Tachira 1:34
4. Jonathan Camargo Kino Tachira 1:44
5. Yeisson Delgado Loteria del Tachira 3:33
6. Jorge Abreu Gobernacion del Tachira 5:21
7. Jose Alarcon Gobernacion de Merida 5:49
8. Felix Cardenas Formesan 6:41
9. Jonathan Salinas Kino Tachira 8:04
10. Jhon Nava Kino Tachira 10:27
 
Vuelta a San Juan
stage 9:




1º Ricardo Escuela Mun. de Pocito 2h44m33s
2º Laureano Rosas SEP m.t.
3º Emiliano Fernández Mun. de Rawson m.t.

Final GC:




1º Laureano Rosas SEP 25h50m06s
2º Ricardo Escuela Mun. de Pocito a 12s
3º Roberto Richeze Mun. de Pocito a 55s
4º Juan Pablo Dotti Virgen de Fátima a 1m09s
5º Daniel Zamora Virgen de Fátima a 1m30s
 
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Tour de San Luis Stage 1: San Luis-Villa Mercedes 164 Kms



Stage Results

1. Phil Gaimon Garmin-Sharp 4:06:54
2. Emiliano Contreras Seleccion de Argentina :12
3. Marc de Maar UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team 1:17
4. Leandro Messineo San Luis Somos Todos 1:26
5. Cristian Da Rosa Rudi Project-Dataro 3:52
6. Adrian Alvarado Seleccion de Chile
7. Christian Meier Orica GreenEdge
8. Sacha Modolo Lampre-Merida 4:35
9. Kenny De Haes Lotto-Belisol
10. Manuel Belletti Androni Giocattoli-Venezuela

 
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Tour de San Luis Stage 2: La Punta-Mirador del Portrero 170.6 Kms



Stage Results

1. Julian Arredondo Trek Factory Racing 4:13:21
2. Peter Stetina BMC
3. Nairo Quintana Movistar :03
4. Darwin Atapuma BMC
5. Domenico Pozzovivo AG2R La Mondiale :05
6. Haimar Zubeldia Trek Factory Racing
7. Ivan Santaromita Orica GreenEdge
8. Damiano Caruso Cannondale :08
9. Miguel Angel Rubiano Colombia
10. Eduardo Sepulveda Bretagne-Seche Environnement

GC After Stage 2

1. Phil Gaimon Garmin-Sharp 8:20:34
2. Marc de Maar UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team 1:47
3. Christian Meier Orica GreenEdge 3:56
4. Peter Stetina BMC 4:16
5. Julian Arredondo Trek Factory Racing
6. Darwin Atapuma BMC 4:19
7. Nairo Quintana Movistar
8. Haimar Zubeldia Trek Factory Racing 4:21
9. Domenico Pozzovivo AG2R La Mondiale
10. Ivan Santaromita Orica GreenEdge
 
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Tour de San Luis Stage 4: El Potrero de los Funes-Alto de Amago 168.7 Kms



Stage Results

1. Nairo Quintana Movistar 4:15:33
2. Sergio Godoy San Luis Somos Todos :50
3. Darwin Atapuma BMC Racing 1:32
4. Enzo Moyano San Luis Somos Todos 1:39
5. Lucas Euser UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team 1:45
6. Miguel Angel Rubiano Colombia 2:09
7. Peter Stetina BMC Racing 2:31
8. Julian Arredondo Trek Factory Racing 2:46
9. Gianluca Brambilla Omega Pharma Quick-Step 3:04
10. Adam Yates Orica GreenEdge 3:05

GC After Stage 4

1. Phil Gaimon Garmin-Sharp 16:54:41
2. Nairo Quintana Movistar :04
3. Marc de Maar UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team 1:15
4. Darwin Atapuma BMC Racing 1:36
5. Sergio Godoy San Luis Somos Todos 1:45
6. Enzo Moyano San Luis Somos Todos 1:51
7. Lucas Euser UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team 1:57
8. Miguel Angel Rubiano Colombia 2:18
9. Peter Stetina BMC Racing 2:32
10. Julian Arredondo Trek Factory Racing 2:47
 
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So it seems that the Vuelta Mexico Telmex is happening this year. I found out a few days ago that the route had to be rethought so as to avoid passing through Michoacan because of the violence going on there. It was planned to have stages riding from Guadalajara into Michoacan, but that's no longer the case. Instead, the race's six stages will pass through Morelos, Tlaxcala, and Mexico City when the race starts on March 4, ending on the 11th.
It's said that there are 30 teams asking for an invitation. Of those, I believe 15 will be international teams with five or six being national teams.
 
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Tour de San Luis Stage 5: San Luis-San Luis (ITT) 19.2 Kms



Stage Results

1. Adriano Malori Movistar 22:11
2. Taylor Phinney BMC Racing :03
3. Jorge Giacinti San Luis Somos Todos :29
4. Lawrence Warbasse BMC Racing :48
5. Andrey Amador Movistar :52
6. Manuel Quinziato BMC Racing :53
7. Tom Boonen Omega Pharma Quick-Step :57
8. Danilo Hondo Trek Factory Racing 1:02
9. Eloy Teruel Jamis-Hagens Berman 1:03
10. Peter Sagan Cannondale 1:05

GC After Stage 5

1. Nairo Quintana Movistar 17:18:14
2. Phil Gaimon Garmin-Sharp :26
3. Sergio Godoy San Luis Somos Todos 2:01
4. Enzo Moyano San Luis Somos Todos 2:17
5. Marc de Maar UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team 2:47
6. Peter Stetina BMC Racing 2:57
7. Julian Arredondo Trek Factory Racing 2:59
8. Eduardo Sepulveda Bretagne-Seche Environnement 3:13
9. Darwin Atapuma BMC Racin 3:21
10. Miguel Rubiano Colombia 3:30

 
Eric8-A said:


Stage Results

1. Adriano Malori Movistar 22:11
2. Taylor Phinney BMC Racing :03
3. Jorge Giacinti San Luis Somos Todos :29
4. Lawrence Warbasse BMC Racing :48
5. Andrey Amador Movistar :52
6. Manuel Quinziato BMC Racing :53
7. Tom Boonen Omega Pharma Quick-Step :57
8. Danilo Hondo Trek Factory Racing 1:02
9. Eloy Teruel Jamis-Hagens Berman 1:03
10. Peter Sagan Cannondale 1:05

GC After Stage 5

1. Nairo Quintana Movistar 17:18:14
2. Phil Gaimon Garmin-Sharp :26
3. Sergio Godoy San Luis Somos Todos 2:01
4. Enzo Moyano San Luis Somos Todos 2:17
5. Marc de Maar UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team 2:47
6. Peter Stetina BMC Racing 2:57
7. Julian Arredondo Trek Factory Racing 2:59
8. Eduardo Sepulveda Bretagne-Seche Environnement 3:13
9. Darwin Atapuma BMC Racin 3:21
10. Miguel Rubiano Colombia 3:30

Ok, we know enough about Quintana, but what about Malori? Why can't he be a top rated cobbles rider ( P-R) Whats missing?
 
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Eric8-A said:
So it seems that the Vuelta Mexico Telmex is happening this year. I found out a few days ago that the route had to be rethought so as to avoid passing through Michoacan because of the violence going on there. It was planned to have stages riding from Guadalajara into Michoacan, but that's no longer the case. Instead, the race's six stages will pass through Morelos, Tlaxcala, and Mexico City when the race starts on March 4, ending on the 11th.
It's said that there are 30 teams asking for an invitation. Of those, I believe 15 will be international teams with five or six being national teams.
I'm sure there will be a lot of price money as there always is in mexican races
 
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Dazed and Confused said:
Ok, we know enough about Quintana, but what about Malori? Why can't he be a top rated cobbles rider ( P-R) Whats missing?
why should he be good on cobbles? he doesn't have the characteristics(rather light) or engine and he's never been good on them.
 
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Tour de San Luis Stage 6: Las Chacras-Mirador del Sol 184.4 Kms



Stage Results

1. Julian Arredondo Trek Factory Racing 4:16:54
2. Sergio Godoy San Luis Somos Todos :01
3. Nairo Quintana Movistar :05
4. Cleberson Weber Rudi Project-Dataro :09
5. Jose Serpa Lampre-Merida :10
6. Domenico Pozzovivo AG2R La Mondiale :12
7. Tom Danielson Garmn-Sharp :14
8. Phil Gaimon Garmin-Sharp
9. Adam Yates Orica GreenEdge :30
10. Eduardo Sepulveda Bretagne-Seche Environnement

GC After Stage 6

1. Nairo Quintana Movistar 21:35:13
2. Phil Gaimon Garmin-Sharp :35
3. Sergio Godoy San Luis Somos Todos 1:57
4. Julian Arredondo Trek Factory Racing 2:54
5. Enzo Moyano San Luis Somos Todos 2:57
6. Eduardo Sepulveda Bretagne-Seche Environnement 3:38
7. Peter Stetina BMC Racing 3:46
8. Marc de Maar UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team 3:51
9. Darwin Atapuma BMC Racing 3:52
10. Domenico Pozzovivo AG2R La Mondiale 4:03
 
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In women's cycling, Mexico debuts this year with a continental team named Estado de Mexico-Faren. I believe it's a past Italian team which Mexico has acquired the license of. Apart from Mexican riders, there are several Italian riders, one British, and one Brazilian.

Next will be a men's team........ hopefully.
 
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Tour do Brasil Volta Ciclística de São Paulo-Internacional

Stage 1, Barueri › Sorocaba, 103 km
Stage 2, Sorocaba › Botucatu, 144 km
Stage 3, Botucatu › Brotas, 146 km
Stage 4, Brotas › Brotas (EZF), 25,8 km
Stage 5, Brotas › Aguas de Lindoia, 192 km
Stage 6, Lindoia › Atibaia, 156 km
Stage 7, Águas de Lindóia › Monte Verde, 98 km
Stage 8, São Paulo > São Paulo, 70 km

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