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valverde321
DJP19 wrote:
Boily still in the lead at l'Avenir. I really hope he can hold on.


He might. Would probably be the best result by a Canadian all year, but I am a little surprised to see him winning. I always knew he had potential.
 
ruben
Jebus christ what a battle between Gilbert and Gesink on Quebec.

That was one of the most awesome races I've seen in 2011 and the first time I've actually seen Gilbert had to dig deep to win
 
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Gustavovskiy
roturn wrote:
Already posted it yesterday. There are serious problems as an Italian right-wing party is within the race organisators. So some of the left-wing obviously are protesting.


People are really stupid when they want. As Bugno said, mixing sports with politics is just a terrible idea, and those protesters should really grow up. I'd like to see a bunch of cyclists run over through a politic rally, that'd be would fun.

That said, I hope the race doesn't continue next year.
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kumazan
Gustavovskiy wrote:
roturn wrote:
Already posted it yesterday. There are serious problems as an Italian right-wing party is within the race organisators. So some of the left-wing obviously are protesting.


People are really stupid when they want. As Bugno said, mixing sports with politics is just a terrible idea, and those protesters should really grow up. I'd like to see a bunch of cyclists run over through a politic rally, that'd be would fun.

That said, I hope the race doesn't continue next year.


Yep, but it happens everytime. And since the race is a political event itself, it's only logical that this has happened.

Totally agree with your last sentence.
 
Gustavovskiy
kumazan wrote:
Gustavovskiy wrote:
roturn wrote:
Already posted it yesterday. There are serious problems as an Italian right-wing party is within the race organisators. So some of the left-wing obviously are protesting.


People are really stupid when they want. As Bugno said, mixing sports with politics is just a terrible idea, and those protesters should really grow up. I'd like to see a bunch of cyclists run over through a politic rally, that'd be would fun.

That said, I hope the race doesn't continue next year.


Yep, but it happens everytime. And since the race is a political event itself, it's only logical that this has happened.

Totally agree with your last sentence.


Sure, but the thing is it shouldn't be logical. Sports should be mostly about passion, while Politics should be all about reason.
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mb2612
Galimzyanov wins Paris-Brussels, pretty good race
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Please assume I am joking unless otherwise stated
 
Wilier
First big win for Galimzyanov. Good for him.
 
Martin_TB
Tour of Britain starts in a minute - So excited!

I'll be there next Sunday to see my first ever bike ride live! I know it'll be flat, but it's London, I live here and I volunteered to help Marshall....

Tweets:
@MarkCavendish Mark Cavendish
FIRST person from ANY team in hotel to breakfast & asked for a bowl. What reply DIDN'T I expect? "We're washing some, we ran out." It's 7am!

@alexdowsett Alex Dowsett
Was an interesting night for @TeamSky, @swiftybswift's dreams Matt Haymans midnight fright as well #thatsallillsay
(I really want to know what went on in the Team Sky hotel last night!)

@Mattbrammeier85 Matt Brammeier
We just been told by @MarkCavendish to keep the noise down! There's a first for everything

@Mattbrammeier85 Matt Brammeier
Photo of the day @tourofbritain
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@mickrogers Michael Rogers
Travelling to stage 1 of Tour of Britain. Good to be back with the boys! Lots of laughing going on in the bus!

@johnbaxjs1 John Stevens RT by mickrogers
@mickrogers I'm thinking you don't want to know the weather forecast for next two days up north Sad Never mind echelons, head for cover

@TourofBritain The Tour of Britain
Big big crowds in Peebles this morning for the start of the 2011 Tour!
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Edited by Martin_TB on 11-09-2011 09:55
 
Wilier
Some more results from yesterday.
Tour of China, Stage 1: Xi'an - Xi'an (129 km)
1Rico Dean RogersNZLGiant Kenda Cycling Team2h27'45"
2Boris ShpilevskyRUSTabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team
3Jonathan CantwellAUSAUSTRALIA
4Steffen RadochlaGERTeam Nutrixxion - Sparkasse
5Grischa JanorschkeGERTeam Nutrixxion - Sparkasse
6Ho Ting KwokHKGHONG KONG
7Ivan KovalevRUSRUSSIA
8Sun Jae JangKORSOUTH KOREA
9Sebastian ForkeGERTeam Nutrixxion - Sparkasse
10Justin JulesFRAFRANCE


Giro di Padania, Stage 5: Rovereto - Montecchio Maggiore (170 km)
1Andrea GuardiniITAFarnese Vini - Neri Sottoli4h00'40"
2Elia VivianiITALiquigas - Cannondale
3Danilo NapolitanoITAAcqua & Sapone
4Maximiliano RichezeARGD'Angelo & Antenucci - Nippo
5Filippo BaggioITADe Rosa - Ceramica Flaminia
6Manuel BellettiITAColnago - CSF Inox
7Angelo FurlanITAChristina Watches - Onfone
8Davy CommeyneBELLandbouwkrediet
9Danilo HondoGERLampre - ISD
10Luka MezgecSLOSava

Giro di Padania, General Classification
1Ivan BassoITALiquigas - Cannondale22h13'28"
2Giovanni ViscontiITAFarnese Vini - Neri Sottoli52"
3Francesco MasciarelliITAAstana01'08"
4Fortunato BalianiITAD'Angelo & Antenucci - Nippo01'17"
5Davide RebellinITAMiche - Guerciotti01'24"
6Emanuele SellaITAAndroni Giocattoli - C.I.P.I.01'32"
7Simone StortoniITAColnago - CSF Inox02'34"
8Domenico PozzovivoITAColnago - CSF Inox02'53"
9Marek RutkiewiczPOLCCC Polsat - Polkowice02'57"
10Riccardo ChiariniITAAndroni Giocattoli - C.I.P.I.03'08"

Tour de l'Avenir, Stage 6: Fossano (Ita) - Fossano (Ita) (153.5 km)
1Simon YatesGBRGRANDE-BRETAGNE3h25'59"
2Filippo FortinITAITALIE
3Thomas PalmerAUSAUSTRALIE
4Nikias ArndtGERALLEMAGNE
5Jordi SimonESPESPAGNE
6Romain BardetFRAFRANCE
7Rohan DennisAUSAUSTRALIE
8Wouter WippertNEDPAYS-BAS
9Marcel AreggerSUISUISSE
10Natnael BerhaneERIEQUIPE MIXTE

Edited by Wilier on 11-09-2011 14:40
 
Martin_TB
Tour of Britain:

For those of you with Twitter, it seems that @TourofBritain is tweeting updates.

@TourofBritain The Tour of Britain
We're rolling out through Peebles and the Tour of Britain is underway! #tob
23 minutes ago

@TourofBritain The Tour of Britain
1025: Racing is underway! Early on An Post-Sean Kelly (SKT) are on the front
11 minutes ago

@TourofBritain The Tour of Britain
1029: Will Clarke (LEO), Wouter Sybrandy (SGS), Mark McNally (SKT) & Willem Wauters (VCD) try to attack but are brought straight back
5 minutes ago

@TourofBritain The Tour of Britain
1033: With around 1km to the first YODEL sprint, Russell Hampton (SGS) & Pieter Ghyllebert (SKT) have 10s on the peloton
3 minutes ago

@TourofBritain The Tour of Britain
1033: Peter Williams (MPT) is chasing the breakaway riders
2 minutes ago


That's it - no more race tweets from me, if you want to follow get twitter for your Phone or whatever. https://twitter.com/

I'll post reults here later if no-one else has done so. I'll be watching F1 so it won't be as soon as teh stage ends.
 
Martin_TB
Final 5K in Tour of Britain

Sky and HTC are on the front leading out for Cav and Swifty.

I'm torn, as I don't mind who wins stage 1 as long as he's British Smile
 
Martin_TB
Winner of Stage 1 Tour of Britain is:

@YBLECOL Yanto Barker
The winner today!!
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More results to follow as they are tweeted

@cyclingweekly Cycling Weekly
Mark Cavendish wins the opening stage of the 2011 Tour of Britain in Dumfries. Andy Tennant second, Zak Dempster third.

Cycling weekly got it wrong (tweet now deleted) - which is why we need to wait for official results.

I got a Tweet from Matt Brammeier saying Renshaw 2nd.

@Mattbrammeier85 Matt Brammeier
@MJTB50 prince harry

Also Tweeted by Renshaw
@Mark_Renshaw Mark Renshaw
Good start in the rain at #TOB 2nd for me and the win for @MarkCavendish The guys chased all day to set it up perfect. Now I am bloody #cold

Also got a Tweet from Yanto Barker

@YBLECOL Yanto Barker
@MJTB50 Points jersey Cav, Mountains jersey Hampton, Stage Winner Cav. Unofficial of course. But I was there. No other results available!

Last one, IG Markets Gold jersey Cav.


@RussellHampton also got aggressive rider earlier in the day.

@alexdowsett Alex Dowsett
Tough day today, haven't had to battle the elements like that for a while, fingers stopped working at times but legs were good, was waiting
..
To pounce for the leadout but a camera motorbike decided to let the wheel go in front of G.Hats off to Htc and @MarkCavendish though,sublime
..
Also big props to @RussellHampton spent all day off the front pulling double turns. Believe you me today was not a day to be off the front!!

@mickrogers Michael Rogers
It was quite windy during today's ToB stage! Some guy called @MarkCavendish won! Apparently today's wind was only an appetiser for tomorrow!

@swiftybswift Ben Swift
Stage 1 tour of Britain. I haven't been that cold on the bike for a while.

@saddleblaze Blazin' Saddles
@thejensie is in hospital for an X-ray on a suspected broken finger. As a precaution, the X-ray machine will need an X-ray afterwards.
Edited by Martin_TB on 11-09-2011 16:10
 
CrueTrue
If you visit a thread named "Other races 2011" which only consists of race results, and you don't want to know the winner of a certain race, you're pretty damn stupid Wink
 
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Wilier
Tour of China, Stage 2: Xi'an - Baoji (180.7 km)
1Adrian GjolbergNORJoker - Merida4h11'35"
2Muradjan KhalmuratovUZBGiant Kenda Cycling Team04"
3Boris ShpilevskyRUSTabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team03'44"
4Rico Dean RogersNZLGiant Kenda Cycling Team03'44"
5Jonathan CantwellAUSAUSTRALIA03'44"
6Grischa JanorschkeGERTeam Nutrixxion - Sparkasse03'44"
7Steffen RadochlaGERTeam Nutrixxion - Sparkasse03'44"
8Kazuhiro MoriJPNAisan Racing Team03'44"
9Justin JulesFRAFRANCE03'44"
10Aaron KempsAUSAUSTRALIA03'44"

Edited by Wilier on 11-09-2011 15:27
 
Martin_TB
CrueTrue wrote:
If you visit a thread named "Other races 2011" which only consists of race results, and you don't want to know the winner of a certain race, you're pretty damn stupid Wink


Noted Smile
 
ember
Voigt was sent to hospital, after a bad crash during the first stage of ToB. Hopefully he isn't badly injured.

 
FreitasPCM
The Colombians dominate L'Avenir so far. Cool
 
Martin_TB
Fulll results for Stage 1 of the Tour of Britain are now in:

The Tour of Britain Stage One
11.09.2011

Stage One, Peebles to Dumfries, 170.3km

1) Mark Cavendish (GB, HTC - Highroad) 4hrs 41mins 06

2) Mark Renshaw (Aus, HTC - Highroad) st

3) Theo Bos (Ned, Rabobank) st

4) Barry Markus (Ned, Vacansoleil DCM) st

5) Geraint Thomas (GB, Sky Procycling) st

6) Robert Forster (Ger, UnitedHealthcare) st

7) Ben Swift (GB, Sky Procycling) st

8) Lars Boom (Ned, Rabobank) st

9) Roger Hammond (GB, Garmin Cervelo) st

10) Ian Wilkinson (GB, Endura Racing) st

Combativity Award: Russell Hampton (GB, Sigma Sport - Specialized)

Overall General Classification, after Stage One

1) Mark Cavendish (GB, HTC - Highroad) 4hrs 40mins 56

The Prostate Cancer Charity Points Classification, after Stage One

1) Mark Cavendish (GB, HTC - Highroad) 15pts

2) Mark Renshaw (Aus, HTC - Highroad) 14pts

3) Theo Bos (Ned, Rabobank) 13pts

4) Barry Markus (Ned, Vacansoleil DCM) 12pts

5) Geraint Thomas (GB, Sky Procycling) 11pts

6) Robert Forster (Ger, UnitedHealthcare) 10pts

7) Ben Swift (GB, Sky Procycling) 09pts

8) Lars Boom (Ned, Rabobank) 08pts

9) Roger Hammond (GB, Garmin Cervelo) 07pts

10) Ian Wilkinson (GB, Endura Racing) 06pts

Skoda King of the Mountains Classification, after Stage One

1) Russell Hampton (GB, Sigma Sport - Specialized) 12pts

2) Pieter Ghyllebert (Bel, AN Post) 9pts

3) Alex Ramussen (Den, HTC - Highroad) 2pts

= Alex Dowsett (GB, Team Sky) 2pts

= Steve Cummings (GB, Team Sky) 2pts

Yodel Sprints Classification, after Stage One

1) Pieter Ghyllebert (Bel, AN Post) 15pts

2) Russell Hampton (GB, Sigma Sport - Specialized) 9pts

3) Lars Boom (Ned, Rabobank) 3pts

= Mathew Hayman (Aus, Sky Procycling) 3pts

5) Peter Williams (GB, Motorpoint) 2pts

UNISON Best Young Rider, after Stage One

1) Barry Markus (Ned, Vacansoleil DCM)
 
FreitasPCM
Guillaume Blot won the GP de Fourmies.
 
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