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Caja Rural '19 | Giro & Tour of Norway
sutty68
A day of suffering in Italy Sad
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Kiserlovski01
sutty68 wrote:
A day of suffering in Italy Sad


Lost some time again but as I said I'd be really happy with any top 5-10 place at the end of the race. Don't expect Izagirre up with the best climbers. Wink
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Kiserlovski01
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102nd Giro d'Italia
Rest day report
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Now that the riders have reached the historical city of Firenze, they are finally about to get a day off after 9 stages. Catch up on stage winners, current standings, underperformers and guys that've abandoned below.
102nd Giro d'Italia
Maglia Rosa top 20
1Davide FormoloTinkoff31h40'46"
2Mathias FrankBMC Racing Team+ 52"
3Rafal MajkaTinkoff+ 54"
4Bauke MollemaTeam Katusha - Alpecin+ 55"
5Lawson CraddockTrek - Segafredo+ 58"
6Sergey ChernetskiyTinkoff+ 1'23"
7Leopold KönigTeam Dimension Data+ 1'43"
8Arthur VichotTinkoff+ 1'44"
9Dominik NerzIAM Cycling+ 1'45"
10Peter KennaughTeam Sky+ 2'01"
11Nairo QuintanaTeam Katusha - Alpecin+ 2'36"
12Ion IzagirreRuralvía - Seguros RGA+ 2'40"
13Gianluca BrambillaAstana Pro Team+ 2'58"
14Mikel LandaMovistar Team+ 3'13"
15Miguel Angel LopezQuick-Step Floors+ 3'35"
16Thibaut PinotTeam Sky+ 4'31"
17Pierre-Roger LatourAG2R La Mondiale+ 4'48"
18Tosh Van der SandeLotto - Soudal+ 5'18"
19Andrey AmadorTinkoff+ 5'23"
20Allessio BotturaTeam Sky+ 7'00"
102nd Giro d'Italia
Worst underperformers
22Vincenzo NibaliTinkoff+ 7'08"
23Steven KruijswijkTeam LottoNL - Jumbo+ 7'33"
24Danilo GhilardiIAM Cycling+ 7'37"
29Rodrigo ContrerasIAM Cycling+ 9'20"
38Simon SpilakTeam Dimension Data+ 14'38"
46Hugh CarthyTeam Sky+ 20'38"
58Lachlan MortonOrica - Scott+ 26'25"
64Carlos BetancurMovistar Team+ 28'32"
69Lilian CalmejaneAG2R La Mondiale+ 29'16"
136Robert PowerLotto - Soudal+ 57'45"
102nd Giro d'Italia
Stage winners
Stage 1 Kristian SbaragliCCC Sprandi Polkowice
Stage 2 TTT Team Sky
Stage 3 Diego OchoaRuralvía - Seguros RGA
Stage 4 Ion IzagirreRuralvía - Seguros RGA
Stage 5 Miguel Angel LopezQuick-Step Floors
Stage 6 Fernando GaviriaMovistar Team
Stage 7 Mikel LandaMovistar Team
Stage 8 TT Cameron MeyerQuick-Step Floors
Stage 9 Mikel LandaMovistar Team
102nd Giro d'Italia
Maglia Rossa standings
1Fernando GaviriaMovistar Team133
2Miguel Angel LopezQuick-Step Floors98
3Mikel LandaMovistar Team90
4Nairo QuintanaTeam Katusha - Alpecin83
5Kristian SbaragliCCC Sprandi Polkowice78
102nd Giro d'Italia
Maglia Azzurra standings
1Alexis VuillermozTeam Dimension Data93
2Rodrigo ContrerasIAM Cycling55
3Valerio ContiAstana Pro Team31
4Beñat IntxaustiRuralvía - Seguros RGA30
5Brendan CantyOrica - Scott22
102nd Giro d'Italia
Maglia Bianca standings
1Miguel Angel LopezQuick-Step Floors31h44'21"
2Allessio BotturaTeam Sky+ 3'25"
3Danilo GhilardiIAM Cycling+ 4'02"
4Rodrigo ContrerasIAM Cycling+ 5'45"
5Hugh CarthyTeam Sky+ 17'03"

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sutty68
Nice review Wink
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Kiserlovski01
sutty68 wrote:
Nice review Wink


Thanks sutty. Smile
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Ian Butler
Two stage wins so far on the first rest day is pretty successful I think!
12th in the GC. Is he top 10 material?
 
Kiserlovski01
Ian Butler wrote:
Two stage wins so far on the first rest day is pretty successful I think!
12th in the GC. Is he top 10 material?


It is, especially because 1 stage win was enough to achieve our sponsor goal! Frankly I had expected Izagirre to be in the top 10 by now, especially with that time trial. I guess riding them in 3D is a bigger challenge than simulating them.

Given his 4th place of last year one could expect more than this, but playing on Extreme, riding TT's in 3D and better opposition might change a lot. Any GC place between 6th and 10th would be a great outcome.
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Tamijo
Nice rest day report !

Any tiny weakness or bad day shows so much more on extreme..."Vincenzo" Wink
 
Kiserlovski01
Tamijo wrote:
Nice rest day report !

Any tiny weakness or bad day shows so much more on extreme..."Vincenzo" Wink


Thanks! :lol::lol:
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Kiserlovski01
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Stage 10/21, 159.9 kms
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The Mountains Have Arrived!
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Yes, a breakaway this is. Twenty riders strong and established after the merge of some smaller groups. Interesting names among the attackers were Contreras, Vuillermoz, Colla, Mäkelä, Canty and Intxausti for us.
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Tinkoff, mainly in the person of Sacha Modolo, tried to keep the gap as small as possible. A hard fight later, the bunch conceded 2'44" nearing the cat.1 Passo Cason di Lanza, with steep slopes near the foot and top.
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Contreras attacked like a madman from the foot. He started to struggle in the last 2km, but had gained 2'30" on his closest chaser by then. The pack had been split by a brutal pace and kept getting reduced each km.
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Intxausti was the third to reach the summit, 4'34" down on Contreras. The reduced, 13 men strong GC group was about to reel him in as well.
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On the flat the damage could finally be assessed. Contreras had 25kms left and an advantage of 2'24". The Maglia Rosa group counted sixteen chasers, including I. Izagirre and Intxausti. Maglia Rosa Formolo had Majka, Nibali and Chernetskiy by his side. GC adversaries Lopez, Landa, Quintana and Craddock had also made this seemingly promising move.
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Many GC contenders had missed the boat though. Nerz, Frank, Ghilardi, Mollema, Pinot, König, Kruijswijk and Latour had all been caught behind in several groups. Mollema's case (4'15" to Maglia Rosa) was the worst.
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Formolo's teammates made sure the bonus was further extended. Near the foot of Altopiano del Montasio (10.5km, avg. 8%), Intxausti couldn't keep up and got dropped. Contreras had 1'58" left, as the E3 was losing 2'39" to the Maglia Rosa group. The guy in pink didn't look good though.
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Quintana and Landa soon distanced the others on the climb. Lopez and Craddock tried to bridge to them at their own pace and so did Izagirre.
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Maglia Rosa in crisi! Formolo struggled after his team had taken charge all day long. His teammates stayed with him trying to limit the damage.
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Five kilometers from the top Quintana and Landa were joined by Lopez, Craddock and the rather unknown 25-year-old Chinese climber Jin Guo.
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I. Izagirre failed to catch up as well. Contreras came into sight for the five when he was about to go under the red kite. Our leader was losing one minute to them already and he had been surpassed by Hirt as well.
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The GC contenders arrived too late, Contreras won this stage from the breakaway. Craddock and Quintana snatched the other bonus seconds, as the Texan also moved into the pink jersey. Aged 27 he finally seems to be ready to show why he's always been considered a great prospect.
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Ion struggled in the last kilometers and finished just ahead of Formolo, losing 3 minutes to Craddock's group. However, he'd gain valuable time on some of the race favourites like Pinot, Mollema, Morton and Ghilardi.
Giro d'Italia 2019
Stage 10/21
1Rodrigo ContrerasIAM Cycling4h09'41"
2Lawson CraddockTrek - Segafredo+ 36"
3Nairo QuintanaTeam Katusha - Alpecins.t.
4Mikel LandaMovistar Teams.t.
5Miguel Angel LopezQuick-Step Floorss.t.
6Jin GuoCCC Sprandi Polkowice+ 1'12"
7Jan HirtQuick-Step Floors+ 1'59"
8Lilian CalmejaneAG2R La Mondiale+ 3'14"
9Ion IzagirreRuralvía - Seguros RGA+ 3'28"
10Sergey ChernetskiyTinkoff+ 3'51"
13Davide FormoloTinkoff+ 4'08"
14Peter KennaughTeam Sky+ 5'57"
18Danilo GhilardiIAM Cycling+ 6'45"
20Thibaut PinotTeam Sky+ 7'01"
21Mathias FrankBMC Racing Teams.t.
22Dominik NerzIAM Cyclings.t.
24Steven KruijswijkTeam LottoNL - Jumbo+ 9'08"
26Leopold KönigTeam Dimension Data+ 9'44"
32Bauke MollemaTeam Katusha - Alpecin+ 10'45"
40Pierre-Roger LatourAG2R La Mondiale+ 13'16"
146Lachlan MortonOrica - Scott+ 31'12"
Giro d'Italia 2019
The Fight for Pink
1Lawson CraddockTrek - Segafredo35h51'55"
2Nairo QuintanaTeam Katusha - Alpecin+ 1'40"
3Mikel LandaMovistar Team+ 2'21"
4Davide FormoloTinkoff+ 2'40"
5Miguel Angel LopezQuick-Step Floors+ 2'43"
6Rafal MajkaTinkoff+ 3'17"
7Sergey ChernetskiyTinkoff+ 3'46"
8Ion IzagirreRuralvía - Seguros RGA+ 4'40"
9Mathias FrankBMC Racing Team+ 6'25"
10Peter KennaughTeam Sky+ 6'30"
Giro d'Italia 2019
Next stage
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Ian Butler
Cracking the top 10, nice. Next stage coming up shouldn't see too many changes there, but the Giro can always surprise. Lovely lay-out!
 
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sutty68
Mixed fortunes for Ion.
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Tamijo
What a drama – great report.

Fine that you had Intxausti up front, I guess he could help Izagirre some after he got caught, at least get a bottle. Even though Ion lost a bit on the last climb, a great stage crawling up the GC.
 
Ripley
A Chinese climber? Cool. Craddock better than I've ever seen him, very impressive.
 
Kiserlovski01
Ian Butler wrote:
Cracking the top 10, nice. Next stage coming up shouldn't see too many changes there, but the Giro can always surprise. Lovely lay-out!


It's great to finally have breached that top 10 door. Tomorrow doesn't look to hard but I tend to struggle at short hills when they go all-in from the foot. Let's hope for the best.

I've applied many different layouts throughout the story but I'm very happy with the look of the current one. Smile

sutty68 wrote:
Mixed fortunes for Ion.


The time loss suffered is quite big indeed, but losing time to the best is something we'll have to settle for. Keeping our spot and gaining time where we can will be our next aim. Wink

Tamijo wrote:
What a drama – great report.

Fine that you had Intxausti up front, I guess he could help Izagirre some after he got caught, at least get a bottle. Even though Ion lost a bit on the last climb, a great stage crawling up the GC.


Thanks, good to see Ion having support near the end. Still a long way to go but at last we have moved into the top 10. Let's stay there now. Wink

Ripley wrote:
A Chinese climber? Cool. Craddock better than I've ever seen him, very impressive.


And this one wasn't signed for sponsorship purposes. Pfft

Craddock doing great so far indeed, but the road to Brescia is still a long one. And we know what happened to American GT hopes the last couple of years. :lol:
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Uno-X Tour of Norway 2019 (2.HC)
Norway, 5 stages
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Uno-X Tour of Norway 2019
Latest editions
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1.L. Mezgec1.M. Matthews1.P. Sagan
2.B. Vallée2.I. Izagirre2.S. Yates
3.G. Thomas3.D. Ochoa3.M. Landa
Uno-X Tour of Norway 2019
Stages
1.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 187km2.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 149km3.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 168km4.i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 196km5.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 164km
Uno-X Tour of Norway 2019
On the startlist
A. FediM. GoosT. GallopinK. Ledanois
M. KwiatkowskiP. SaganM. v.d. PoelT. Wellens
Uno-X Tour of Norway 2019
Team lineup
C. BarberoP. BilbaoE.L. CortesR. Guerreiro
G. IzagirreA. Lature

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Kiserlovski01
Uno-X Tour of Norway (2.HC) i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png
Stage 1/5, 187.6 kms
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Story of the Day
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Four attackers to start off the day with: Borbos, Evtushenko, Bigum and Shushemoin. Not the most familiar names in this first break of the day.
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A historyless stage later, the sprint started after the four'd been reeled in. Barbero sat too far back and wouldn't be able to defend his chance.
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Carlos came home in 16th place, as Edward Theuns sprinted to the first leaders jersey. He finished ahead of Danny Van Poppel and Erik Baska.
Uno-X Tour of Norway 2019
Stage 1/5
1Edward TheunsLotto - Soudal4h08'27"
2Danny Van PoppelCULT Energy Pro Cyclings.t.
3Erik BaskaIAM Cyclings.t.
4Juan José LobatoTeam Dimension Datas.t.
5Emilien CohenFDJs.t.
6Peter SaganTinkoffs.t.
7Jens DebusschereLotto - Soudals.t.
8Bryan CoquardTinkoffs.t.
9Kristoffer SkjerpingCULT Energy Pro Cyclings.t.
10Jonas Dal KorsholmTeam Dimension Datas.t.
Uno-X Tour of Norway 2019
Overall standings
1Edward TheunsLotto - Soudal4h08'17"
2Danny Van PoppelCULT Energy Pro Cycling+ 4"
3Erik BaskaIAM Cycling+ 6"
4Juan José LobatoTeam Dimension Data+ 10"
5Emilien CohenFDJs.t.
6Peter SaganTinkoffs.t.
7Jens DebusschereLotto - Soudals.t.
8Bryan CoquardTinkoffs.t.
9Kristoffer SkjerpingCULT Energy Pro Cyclings.t.
10Jonas Dal KorsholmTeam Dimension Datas.t.
Uno-X Tour of Norway 2019
Next stage
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sutty68
Quiet day in Norway !!
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Kiserlovski01
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Quiet day in Norway !!


Could be the understatement of the year :lol:
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Kiserlovski01
Giro d'Italia (WT) i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png
Stage 11/21, 180.5 kms
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The Fight for Pink
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Sebastian Henao made the breakaway in a stage that should suit him. The others were KoM contender Vuillermoz, Nelson, Canty and Gautier.
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Despite being one of the better climbers, Sebastian was the first to be dropped from the group, even before the cat.1 climb had really started.
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Nelson and Canty lost contact as well and those three reached the Sella Campigotto summit together. Vuillermoz and Gautier had 4' on them as a still very large peloton was about to reel in Seba and his companions.
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Several teams paced in the valley, which was a disaster for the leaders' duo. Some 10kms from the finish line, Gautier would attack Vuillermoz.
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In the end, everything would come down to the final bump anyway. And not for the first time, Landa was the first to kick away. Majka, Quintana, Pinot and Lopez managed to stay close. Izagirre had a few seconds on the fading Maglia Rosa group, with Craddock, Chernetskiy and Formolo.
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Landa won his third stage, showing off that he probably is the very best climber in this Giro. Behind him Pinot, Quintana, Lopez and Majka came home in the same time as the five all gained time on leader Craddock.
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I. Izagirre finished in 8th, between the Quintana and Craddock groups.
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Craddock finished some more time later, behind Formolo and Nibali. A big boost for Landa, who really opened up the battle for the overall win.
Giro d'Italia 2019
Stage 11/21
1Mikel LandaMovistar Team4h03'04"
2Thibaut PinotTeam Sky+ 22"
3Miguel Angel LopezQuick-Step Floorss.t.
4Nairo QuintanaTeam Katusha - Alpecins.t.
5Rafal MajkaTinkoffs.t.
6Leopold KönigTeam Dimension Datas.t.
7Dominik NerzIAM + 51"
8Ion IzagirreRuralvía - Seguros RGA+ 1'00"
9Mathias FrankBMC Racing Team+ 1'09"
10Bauke MollemaTeam Katusha - Alpecins.t.
12Vincenzo NibaliTinkoff+ 1'28"
13Davide FormoloTinkoffs.t.
15Lawson CraddockTrek - Segafredos.t.
19Jan HirtQuick-Step Floorss.t.
20Sergey ChernetskiyTinkoffs.t.
23Danilo GhilardiIAM s.t.
31Steven KruijswijkTeam LottoNL - Jumbos.t.
35Pierre-Roger LatourAG2R La Mondiales.t.
Giro d'Italia 2019
The Fight for Pink
1Lawson CraddockTrek - Segafredo39h56'27"
2Nairo QuintanaTeam Katusha - Alpecin+ 34"
3Mikel LandaMovistar Team+ 43"
4Miguel Angel LopezQuick-Step Floors+ 1'33"
5Rafal MajkaTinkoff+ 2'11"
6Davide FormoloTinkoff+ 2'40"
7Sergey ChernetskiyTinkoff+ 3'46"
8Ion IzagirreRuralvía - Seguros RGA+ 4'12"
9Mathias FrankBMC Racing Team+ 6'06"
10Peter KennaughTeam Sky+ 6'30"
Giro d'Italia 2019
Stage 11/21
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