Tour de l'Avenir 2011 (04/09 - 11/09)

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Sep 8, 2010
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Ryo Hazuki said:
simon won't stand a chance on the mountains against rodriguez for sure, he was 2nd in vuelta juventud. quintana is down and too far down now but rodriguez and chavez are now favorites for sure I think. gaps will be big on saleve
Is this true or a mistake at CQRanking? They have Rodriguez on fifth place in Vuelta a Bolivia 2008. He was 19 at this time. :eek:
 
Mar 31, 2010
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yeah is true, he was always super climbing talent. also quite fast

also 5th in vuelta cundinamarca last year.

1 Libardo Niño Corredor COL in 10h 16m 19s
2 Robinson Eduardo Chalapud Gómez COL op 33s
3 Alvaro Gómez COL op 43s
4 Iván Ramiro Parra Pinto COL op 01m 07s
5 Michael Rodriguez Galindo COL op 01m 47s

he's been bit inconsistant but has improved that this year it seems.
 
Jan 11, 2010
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Ryo Hazuki said:
it's ironic because the french got scrwed most by it as the colombians still have 3 guys in front
And the French now have only one team there, so they can't use the sheer power of numbers to get someone in the top-10 (like they usually do)
 
Sep 8, 2010
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Stage 4

1 82 Nikias ARNDT ALLEMAGNE 04:08:32
2 31 Romain BARDET FRANCE 00:00:00
3 96 Simon YATES GRANDE-BRETAGNE 00:00:00
4 24 Raymond KREDER PAYS-BAS 00:00:00
5 116 Jordi SIMON ESPAGNE 00:00:00
6 65 Tosh VAN DER SANDE BELGIQUE 00:00:00
7 71 Alexey LUTSENKO KAZAKHSTAN 00:00:00
8 54 Asbjorn KRAGH ANDERSEN DANEMARK 00:00:00
9 104 Patrick KONRAD AUTRICHE 00:00:00
10 3 Johan Esteban CHAVES COLOMBIE 00:00:00

http://s288581967.onlinehome.fr/resultat/resultat.php5?code_course=TDA
 
Sep 8, 2010
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Stage 5, Champagnole - Le Salève, 171 km





1 141 David BOILY CANADA 16:49:45
2 51 Christopher JUUL-JENSEN DANEMARK 00:00:34
3 131 Vegard Stake LAENGEN NORVEGE 00:00:38
4 116 Jordi SIMON ESPAGNE 00:00:41
5 3 Johan Esteban CHAVES COLOMBIE 00:00:45
6 42 Mattia CATTANEO ITALIE 00:00:46
7 92 Mark CHRISTIAN GRANDE-BRETAGNE 00:01:21
8 101 Georg PREIDLER AUTRICHE 00:01:29
9 21 Tom DUMOULIN PAYS-BAS 00:01:34
10 34 Dimitri LE BOULCH FRANCE 00:01:43
11 62 Matthias ALLEGAERT BELGIQUE 00:01:44
12 4 Michael RODRIGUEZ COLOMBIE 00:01:50
13 82 Nikias ARNDT ALLEMAGNE 00:01:51
14 72 Miras BEDERBEKOV KAZAKHSTAN 00:01:58
15 32 Warren BARGUIL FRANCE 00:02:02
16 71 Alexey LUTSENKO KAZAKHSTAN 00:02:22
17 5 Sebastian SALAZAR COLOMBIE 00:02:34
18 56 Michael VALGREN ANDERSEN DANEMARK 00:02:45
19 41 Matteo MAMMINI ITALIE 00:02:52
20 31 Romain BARDET FRANCE 00:03:17
21 124 Tsgabu Gebremaryam GRMAY EQUIPE MIXTE 00:03:23
22 53 Jesper HANSEN DANEMARK 00:03:32
23 1 Nairo Alexander QUINTANA ROJAS COLOMBIE 00:03:34
24 61 Tim WELLENS BELGIQUE 00:03:37
25 24 Raymond KREDER PAYS-BAS 00:03:52
 
Mar 31, 2010
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I hope quintana can still go for himself but perhaps eh has to work for chavez, if he cna go aline he can take minuts. hopefully the colombians tear up the field before on 2nd category climb
 
Sep 7, 2011
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Hepburn made an "obscene gesture" yesterday after winning the stage. Maybe he got disqualified? More info: Here (My French is not that good)

 
Jul 26, 2011
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Seems the jury made the decision, but Stephens was in agreement. Hepburn apologized to the mayor and the audience.

Edit: so Stephens was already not selected for the U-23 Cophagen? I guess I misunderstood, I saw him on the long team roster and thought he'd been dropped after this.
 
Sep 7, 2011
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By the way.. I've uploaded some video's of the Tour de l'Avenir 2011:

Playlist Tdl'A

It's the only thing I have found, but thought you guys might like it. Found this forum yesterday :)
 
Oct 17, 2010
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Bras d'honneur seems like a very nice name for a gesture considered so shameful:p

@DaveyH, I had already put a link to some of your videos a few pages ago. Thanks for your work, mate.

@ Nielsa. What I understand from the article is:
1.Comissaires gave him a 1500 francs fine.
2.Hepburn justified his "coup de sang"/anger with the non selection for the Copenhagen worlds and the disqualification on the stage 2 sprint.
3.Stephens, in agreement with his superiors, decided to punish Hepburn himself, by taking him out of the race.


Hence, "la double sanction". But maybe a real french speaking poster can give us a hand here. As my French is not that good.
 

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Jul 29, 2009
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fantastic...

greenedge said:
Hepburn takes it on the line. Pity that Boily gained so much time yesterday. Lane shadowing Quintana.
No, it's awesome that Boily gained so much time yesterday and a pity he didn't gain more. Here's hoping he stays in the lead...!
 
Jul 16, 2010
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You can get pulled out of a race for doing something like that? Some people are just over sensitive... If I was a decent pro cyclist I'd probably do that obscure gesture every single time I won just to **** people off.
 

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