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Other Races 2010
doddy13
The season has begun!

The first race is the Jayco Bay series.
1) Brown
2) Goss
3) McEwen

Edit: Video
YouTube Video

Edited by doddy13 on 02-01-2010 09:11
There's no point slapping a schleck - Sean Kelly on "Who needs a slap"
 
valverde321
well even though the video has been removed if those are results then I'm looking great for the new fantasy season.
 
CrueTrue
Riding for some national Australian teams, I guess?
 
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mrlol
Results Stage 2
1 Greg Henderson (Mazda) 12 pts
2 Chris Sutton (Skilled/Lowe Farms) 10
3 Daniel Braunsteins (Degani Cycling Cafe) 8
4 Graeme Brown (Urban) 7
5 Robbie McEwen (Mazda) 6
6 Baden Cooke (Skilled/Lowe Farms) 5
7 Matthew Goss (Degani Cycling Cafe) 4
8 Joel Pearson (Genesys Wealth Advisers) 3
9 Koen de Kort (O2 Networks) 2
10 Nicholas Walker (Degani Cycling Cafe) 1


Elite Men General Classification – After Stage Two
1 Graeme Brown (Urban) 19 pts
2 Chris Sutton (Skilled/Lowe Farms) 17
3 Greg Henderson (Mazda) 14
4 Matthew Goss (Degani Cycling Cafe) 14
5 Robbie McEwen (Mazda) 14
6 Joel Pearson (Genesys Wealth Advisers) 9
7 Daniel Braunsteins (Degani Cycling Cafe) 8
8 Baden Cooke (Skilled/Lowe Farms) 8
9 Rico Rodgers (Total Rush) 5
10 Leigh Howard (Jayco VIS) 4



YouTube Video

Edited by mrlol on 03-01-2010 10:43
 
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chrica04
Two Sky men sprinting way ahead of others.
 
Wilier
Stage Three Results
1. Tom Scully (John Trevorrow Cycles/Chifley Hotel)
2. Jack Bobridge (SASI team O’Grady)
3. Johnnie Walker (Degani Cycling Cafe)
4. Koen de Kort (O2 Networks)
5. Dean Windsor (Urban)
6. Chris Sutton (Skilled/Lowe Farms)
7. Greg Henderson (Mazda)
8. Matthew Goss (Degani Cycling Cafe)
9. Joel Pearson (Genesys Wealth Advisers)
10. Douglas Repacholi (Budget Fork Lifts)

General Classification – After Stage Three
1. Chris Sutton (Skilled/Lowe Farms) 22
2. Graeme Brown (Urban) 19
3. Greg Henderson (Mazda) 18
4. Matthew Goss (Degani Cycling Cafe) 17
5. Robbie McEwen (Mazda) 14
6. Tom Scully (John Trevorrow Cycles/Chifley Hotel) 12
7. Joel Pearson (Genesys Wealth Advisers) 11
8. Jack Bobridge (SASI team O’Grady) 10
9. Koen de Kort (O2 Networks) 10
10. Daniel Braunsteins (Degani Cycling Cafe) 8
10. Johnnie Walker (Degani Cycling Cafe) 8
Edited by Wilier on 04-01-2010 15:58
 
Wilier
Stage Four Results
1. Baden Cooke (Skilled/Lowe Farms)
2. Greg Henderson (Mazda)
3. Chris Sutton (Skilled/Lowe Farms)
4. Cameron Jennings (Budget Fork Lifts)
5. Robbie McEwen (Mazda)
6. Graeme Brown (Urban)
7. Joel Pearson (Genesys Wealth Advisers)
8. Paul Richards (Degani Cycling Cafe)
9. Michael Phelan (Drapac Porsche)
10. Alex Carver (Jayco Skins)

General Classification – Final
1. Chris Sutton (Skilled/Lowe Farms) 30
2. Greg Henderson (Mazda) 28
3. Graeme Brown (Urban) 24
4. Baden Cooke (Skilled/Lowe Farms) 20
5. Robbie McEwen (Mazda) 20
6. Matthew Goss (Degani Cycling Cafe) 17
7. Joel Pearson (Genesys Wealth Advisers) 15
8. Tom Scully (John Trevorrow Cycles/Chifley Hotel) 12
9. Jack Bobridge (SASI team O’Grady) 10
10.. Koen de Kort (O2 Networks) 10


 
chrica04
Cameron Meyer gets Garmin it's first win!! Wins the elite TT in Australia.
 
CrueTrue
It doesn't count officially as a win for Garmin, though Wink

Top 5:
1. Cameron Meyer
2. John Anderson
3. Luke Roberts
4. William Clarke
5. Travis Meyer
 
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chrica04
CrueTrue wrote:
It doesn't count officially as a win for Garmin, though Wink

Top 5:
1. Cameron Meyer
2. John Anderson
3. Luke Roberts
4. William Clarke
5. Travis Meyer


haha no Smile But it makes me excited for the season. Cameron and Travis hopefully can add some V's!
 
Wilier
National Championships New Zealand (Lincoln) I.T.T. (40.1 km)
1. MCCAULEY Gordon SWA 50'10"
2. VENNELL Jeremy BPC 55"
3. RYAN Marc - 01'19"
 
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SportingNonsense
In a result similar to many PCM versions of the race, a large first lap breakaway got clear in the Australian Championships, and built up too big a gap. So the surprise winner is Garmins Travis Meyer. Most of the pre-race favourites were over 6 minutes back, while McEwen didnt start.

1 Travis Meyer (WA) 4:26:31
2 David Kemp (QLD) 0:00:31
3 Damien Turner (VIC) 0:01:08
4 Russell Van Hout (SA) 0:01:43
5 Hayden Brooks (QLD) 0:03:14
6 Jack Bobridge (SA) 0:03:29
7 David Pell (VIC)
8 Bernard Sulzberger (TAS)
9 William Clarke (TAS)
10 Mark O'brien (VIC) 0:05:09
11 Johnnie Walker (VIC) 0:05:16
12 John Anderson (QLD)
13 Darren Rolfe (QLD) 0:06:23
14 Jai Crawford (TAS)
15 Baden Cooke (VIC) 0:06:31
16 Zakkari Dempster (VIC)
17 Jonathan Cantwell (QLD)
18 Luke Roberts (SA)
19 Cameron Jennings (QLD)
20 Matt Wilson (VIC)
21 Lachlan Norris (MTB)
22 Peter Mcdonald (NSW) 0:06:35
23 Steven Robb (VIC)
24 Michael Rogers (ACT) 0:06:37
25 Matthew Lloyd (VIC) 0:06:42
26 Fabio Calabria (VIC) 0:07:16
27 Mark Frendo (QLD) 0:08:06
28 Brendan Jones (NSW) 0:08:11
29 Wes Sulzberger (TAS)
30 Daniel Mcconnell (VIC)



Over in New Zealand, the two favourites Roulston and Dean made the front group as expected - but neither could beat the British Endura team rider Jack Bauer in the final sprint.

1 Jack Bauer (Nzl) Wgtn 4:48:42
2 Hayden Roulston (Nzl) Msc
3 Julian Dean (Nzl) Wbp
4 Heath Blackgrove (Nzl) Msc 0:00:37
5 Jeremy Yates (Nzl) Ecni 0:02:20
6 Eric Drower (Nzl) Sub 0:07:39
7 Scott Lyttle (Nzl) Ota 0:11:00
8 Brett Tivers (Nzl) Wcni 0:12:18
9 Aaron Strong (Nzl) Auk
10 Justin Kerr (Nzl) Wbp
11 Nicholas Lovegrove (Nzl) Sub
12 Glen Chadwick (Nzl) Ecni 0:12:22
13 Matthew Gorter (Nzl) Sub 0:12:18
14 Jeremy Vennell (Nzl) Ecni 0:12:33

Edited by SportingNonsense on 10-01-2010 09:59
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jaccan
Then Meyer get two wins (though it wasen´t the same Meyer)
 
Deadpool
SportingNonsense wrote:
but neither could beat the British Endura team rider Jack Bauer in the final sprint


Well obviously, he's Jack Bauer
 
Inferio
jaccan wrote:
Then Meyer get two wins (though it wasen´t the same Meyer)


Yeah, older brother Cameron is time trial champion and the younger one Travis is road race champion...really nice and double-nice as they are on the same team
Edited by Inferio on 10-01-2010 20:51
 
chrica04
Garmin Smile
 
issoisso
Tour de San Luis stage 1

Ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-chicchi!

c-c-c-c-c-c-c-combo breaker!


....or something
The preceding post is ISSO 9001 certified

i.imgur.com/YWVAnoO.jpg

"I love him, I think he's great. He's transformed the sport in so many ways. Every person in cycling has benefitted from Lance Armstrong, perhaps not financially but in some sense" - Bradley Wiggins on Lance Armstrong
 
Wilier
Tropicale Amissa Bongo, stage 1 : Bongoville - Akiéni
1. Samuel Dumoulin COF
2. Giovanni Bernaudeau BBO
3. Christoff Van Heerden MTN
4. Guillaume Blot COF
5. Yohann Gène BBO

Edit: Found a Youtube video and I must admit, it was quite fun to watch.
YouTube Video

Edited by Wilier on 22-01-2010 14:12
 
Wilier
Footon - Servetto gets their first win of the year as Rafael Valls wins the second stage of the Tour de San Luis. He also takes the leaders jersey. Michael Rasmussen finished 9th.

1. VALLS FERRI Rafael FOT
2. ALCOLEA NUNEZ Arnold - 07"
3. RODRIGUEZ ORTIZ Jackson Jesus AND 10"
4. SERPA PEREZ Jose Rodolfo AND 10"
5. NIBALI Vincenzo LIQ 10"
6. PEREYRA Andres Ignacio - 16"
7. MAZZANTI Luca KAT 18"
8. MORENO BAZAN Javier ACA 18"
9. RASMUSSEN Michael MIE 19"
10. GRANJEL Raul - 24"
Edited by Wilier on 20-01-2010 14:31
 
Wilier
The french keep dominating the Tropicale Amissa Bongo. Loubet takes the stage and the leaders jersey.

Tropicale Amissa Bongo stage 2

1. LOUBET Julien ALM
2. MONCOUTIÉ David COF
3. CHARTEAU Anthony BBO 07"
4. DUMOULIN Samuel COF 09"
5. BERARD Julien ALM 12"

The 3th stage of the Tour de San Luis ended in a sprint, won by Loddo. Rafael Valls still leads the GC.

1. Alberto Loddo AND
2. Danilo Napolitano KAT
3. Francesco Chicchi LIQ
4. Weimar Alfonso Roldan Ortiz -
5. Edgardo Simon FUN

Edit: YouTube Video

Edited by Wilier on 22-01-2010 14:13
 
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