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Wilier
Nice result for Barry Markus in Tour of Britain.

Tour de l'Avenir, Stage 7: Alba (Ita) - Alba (Ita) (138.5 km)
1Warren BarguilFRAFRANCE3h26'36"
2Mattia CattaneoITAITALIE02"
3Esteban ChavesCOLCOLOMBIE02"
4Michael RodriguezCOLCOLOMBIE02"
5Mark ChristianGBRGRANDE-BRETAGNE26"
6Matthias AllegaertBELBELGIQUE26"
7Jordi SimonESPESPAGNE26"
8Romain BardetFRAFRANCE26"
9Patrick KonradAUTAUTRICHE26"
10Christopher Juul JensenDENDANEMARK26"

Tour de l'Avenir, General Classification
1Esteban ChavesCOLCOLOMBIE28h20'22"
2David BoilyCANCANADA17"
3Mattia CattaneoITAITALIE24"
4Vegard Stake LaengenNORNORVEGE38"
5Warren BarguilFRAFRANCE01'29"
6Michael RodriguezCOLCOLOMBIE01'43"
7Georg PreidlerAUTAUTRICHE01'46"
8Christopher Juul JensenDENDANEMARK01'48"
9Jordi SimonESPESPAGNE01'55"
10Dimitri Le BoulchFRAFRANCE02'00"

Edited by Wilier on 11-09-2011 19:04
 
felix_29
FreitasPCM wrote:
Guillaume Blot won the GP de Fourmies.


And Omega worked for Greipel who then finished 60th or so:lol:
 
Wilier
@ felix maybe they worked for Dehaes, who finished 10th

Chrono Champenois (30 km)
1Luke DurbridgeAUSAUSTRALIA40'16"
2Rasmus Christian QuaadeDENDENMARK51"
3Anton VorobevRUSRUSSIA01'00"
4Nicolas BaldoFRAAtlas Personal01'15"
5Jakob SteigmillerGERTh├╝ringer Energie Team01'25"
6Yoann PaillotFRAFRANCE02'08"
7Thomas DekkerNEDChipotle Development Team02'14"
8Jason ChristieNZLNEW ZEALAND02'15"
9Damien HowsonAUSAUSTRALIA02'19"
10Luigi MilettaITAITALY02'24"

If it wasn't clear already, Durbridge will be the big favourite for the U23 gold in the Time Trial.

 
SportingNonsense
Very wet in the Tour of Britain. Such a shame that Voigt crashed out, was looking forward to seeing him!

Boom led for much of the final kilometre followed by Bos, Renshaw and Cavendish, and once Renshaw launched into the lead, it was easy for Cav. It seems like Boom is thinking of targeting the overall win here though, he picked up a bonus second at an intermediate sprint - but this year does seem like the best chance yet of there being a British winner.
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roturn
SportingNonsense wrote:
Very wet in the Tour of Britain. Such a shame that Voigt crashed out, was looking forward to seeing him!

There aren`t many races, where he is the team`s leader. So really a shame. Always like his kind of racing, when being their leader as often shown in the Criterium International or last years? Paris Nice.
 
SportingNonsense
Stage 2 of Tour of Britain cancelled - high likelihood of strong winds (up to 60mph) and rain.
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Wilier
Tour of China, Stage 3: Baoji - Feng County (112 km)
1Sun Jae JangKORSOUTH KOREA2h37'07"
2Alexander SerovRUSRUSSIA
3Christer RakeNORJoker - Merida
4Tanner PuttUSAUSA
5Pirmin LangSUIAtlas Personal
6Pablo LechugaESPAndalucia - Caja Granada
7Bernard SulzbergerAUSAUSTRALIA
8Dirk M├╝llerGERTeam Nutrixxion - Sparkasse
9Kam-Po WongHKGHONG KONG
10Jose Luis CanoESPAndalucia - Caja Granada
 
Ezio
SportingNonsense wrote:
Stage 2 of Tour of Britain cancelled - high likelihood of strong winds (up to 60mph) and rain.

Good news for Hushovd, struggling with some illness he now has the chance to recover and finish the race. Smile
My blog about Damiano Cunego:
www.cunegoblog.bl...
 
SportingNonsense
Ezio wrote:
SportingNonsense wrote:
Stage 2 of Tour of Britain cancelled - high likelihood of strong winds (up to 60mph) and rain.

Good news for Hushovd, struggling with some illness he now has the chance to recover and finish the race. Smile


So long as Stage 3 doesnt get cancelled, since Ill be going to it!
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SportingNonsense
FreitasPCM wrote:
Guillaume Blot won the GP de Fourmies.


YouTube Video

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ruben
Mads Kaggestad with 85 in all stats in our PCM Daily PCM internet games...now that was fun

Or playing Veenendaal Veenendaal and finishing with 10 riders in the first group Grin
 
lagetcher
Another 1-2 in the Tour of Britain, this time for Rabobank.

Boom 1st and Matthews 2nd. Awaiting more detailed results...
 
ruben
Windy stage, 27 riders in first echelon with 6 sky riders.

Uphill sprint, Boom wins, Matthews 2nd, Thomas 3rd and Cavendish 4th.
 
Wilier
Nice win for Boom. He has a good chance of winning the ToB. His form seems to be good, so he could get a good result in the WC.
Edited by Wilier on 13-09-2011 14:37
 
andy222c
lagetcher wrote:
Another 1-2 in the Tour of Britain, this time for Rabobank.

Boom 1st and Matthews 2nd. Awaiting more detailed results...

Wasn't it Theo Bos in second?
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dienblad
No, Matthews. Boom is also the new leader in the GC, thanks to bonus seconds
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SportingNonsense
I was at an early intermediate sprint, and towards the top of the uphill sprint at 50 metres to go. Plenty of photos to be sorted and uploaded now!

Sky got 6 in the split, then Alex Dowsett attacked in the closing stages. His lead peaked at about 20 seconds, and HTC had to sacrifice the two they had with Cavendish, Eisel and Bak.

Dowsett got caught though and Rabobank capitalised, Boom really powered up towards the finish, with Matthews sat on his wheel happy for 2nd.
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SportingNonsense
Here's the first photo anyway, the Rabobank pair with a fairly comfortable lead 50 metres from the line
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Martin_TB
Full results for Tour of Britain Stage 3

Pos No. Name Team Time

1 51 Lars Boom Rabobank 3h 23' 42''
2 54 Michael Matthews** Rabobank st
3 91 Geraint Thomas Sky ProCycling st
4 94 Stephen Cummings Sky ProCycling st
5 1 Mark Cavendish HTC Highroad st
6 131 Ian Bibby Motorpoint st
7 105 Jonathan Tiernan Locke Rapha Condor - Sharp st
8 46 Jelle Wallays** Topsport Vlaanderen st
9 23 Linus Gerdemann Leopard Trek st
10 111 Andrew Fenn** An Post - Sean Kelly st
Spoiler
11 84 Daniel Lloyd Team Garmin - Cervelo st
12 125 Leopold Koenig Team NetApp st
13 24 Dominic Klemme Leopard Trek st
14 12 Iker Camano Endura Racing st
15 63 Jan-Bert Lindeman** Vacansoleil - DCM st
16 26 Joost Posthuma Leopard Trek st
17 122 Jan Barta Team NetApp st
18 55 Bram Tankink Rabobank st
19 155 Boy Van Poppel UnitedHealthcare st
20 95 Michael Rogers Sky ProCycling at 0' 7''
21 102 Dan Craven Rapha Condor - Sharp at 0' 9''
22 32 Russell Hampton Sigma Sport-Specialised st
23 154 Rory Sutherland UnitedHealthcare at 0' 12''
24 96 Ben Swift Sky ProCycling st
25 93 Mathew Hayman Sky ProCycling at 0' 26''
26 92 Alex Dowsett Sky ProCycling at 0' 55''
27 4 Bernhard Eisel HTC Highroad at 2' 6''
28 2 Lars Bak HTC Highroad st
29 43 Stijn Neirynck Topsport Vlaanderen at 3' 57''
30 141 Anthony Charteau Team Europcar at 3' 59''
31 104 Kristian House Rapha Condor - Sharp st
32 61 Thomas De Gendt Vacansoleil - DCM st
33 65 Willem Wauters** Vacansoleil - DCM st
34 35 Tom Murray Sigma Sport-Specialised at 7' 45''
35 75 Gael Le Bellec Team Raleigh st
36 134 Tobyn Horton Motorpoint st
37 31 Simon Richardson Sigma Sport-Specialised st
38 132 Marcin Bialoblocki Motorpoint st
39 146 Alexandre Pichot Team Europcar st
40 71 Dan Fleeman Team Raleigh st
41 124 Bartosz Huzarski Team NetApp st
42 112 Gediminas Bagdonas An Post - Sean Kelly st
43 13 Rene Mandri Endura Racing st
44 41 Dominique Cornu Topsport Vlaanderen st
45 83 Roger Hammond Team Garmin - Cervelo st
46 116 Mark McNally** An Post - Sean Kelly st
47 82 Julian Dean Team Garmin - Cervelo st
48 11 Jack Bauer Endura Racing st
49 73 Liam Holohan Team Raleigh st
50 25 Giacomo Nizzolo** Leopard Trek st
51 135 Jonathan McEvoy** Motorpoint st
52 66 Lieuwe Westra Vacansoleil - DCM st
53 114 Pieter Ghyllebert An Post - Sean Kelly st
54 152 Chris Jones UnitedHealthcare st
55 151 Robert F├Ârster UnitedHealthcare st
56 14 Paul Voss Endura Racing st
57 153 Karl Menzies UnitedHealthcare st
58 53 Rik Flens Rabobank st
59 56 Coen Vermeltfoort Rabobank st
60 106 Andy Tennant Rapha Condor - Sharp st
61 103 Zak Dempster Rapha Condor - Sharp st
62 86 Gabriel Rasch Team Garmin - Cervelo st
63 81 Thor Hushovd Team Garmin - Cervelo st
64 33 Steve Lampier Sigma Sport-Specialised at 12' 6''
65 42 Kenny De Ketele Topsport Vlaanderen at 12' 12''
66 5 Alex Rasmussen HTC Highroad st
67 36 Wouter Sybrandy Sigma Sport-Specialised st
68 34 Tom Last Sigma Sport-Specialised st
69 22 Will Clarke Leopard Trek st
70 6 Mark Renshaw HTC Highroad st
71 15 Alex Wetterall Endura Racing st
72 133 James Sampson Motorpoint st
73 44 Stijn Joseph Topsport Vlaanderen st
74 76 Jamie Sparling Team Raleigh st
75 72 Richard Handley** Team Raleigh st
76 16 Ian Wilkinson Endura Racing st
77 156 Jonathan Clarke UnitedHealthcare st
78 136 Peter Williams Motorpoint st
79 126 Daniel Schorn Team NetApp st
80 123 Cesare Benedetti Team NetApp st
81 121 Andreas Dietziker Team NetApp st
82 113 Mark Cassidy An Post - Sean Kelly st
83 115 Ronan McLaughlin An Post - Sean Kelly st
84 145 Yohann Gene Team Europcar st
85 74 Jeroen Janssen Team Raleigh st
86 144 Damien Gaudin Team Europcar st
87 52 Theo Bos Rabobank st
88 3 Matt Brammeier HTC Highroad st
89 45 Preben Van Hecke Topsport Vlaanderen st
90 101 Graham Briggs Rapha Condor - Sharp st
91 143 Franck Bouyer Team Europcar st
92 142 Mathieu Claude Team Europcar st
93 85 Martijn Maaskant Team Garmin - Cervelo st


Updated standings:

The Tour of Britain 2011
Stage 2 - General Classification
The Stoke-on-Trent Stage 13 Sep 2011
** Indicates Under 23 riders


Pos No. Name Team Time
1 51 Lars Boom Rabobank 8h 4' 35''
2 1 Mark Cavendish HTC Highroad at 0' 3''
3 91 Geraint Thomas Sky ProCycling at 0' 6''
4 54 Michael Matthews** Rabobank at 0' 7''
5 155 Boy Van Poppel UnitedHealthcare at 0' 8''
6 111 Andrew Fenn** An Post - Sean Kelly st
7 131 Ian Bibby Motorpoint at 0' 13''
8 23 Linus Gerdemann Leopard Trek st
9 94 Stephen Cummings Sky ProCycling st
10 84 Daniel Lloyd Team Garmin - Cervelo st
11 63 Jan-Bert Lindeman** Vacansoleil - DCM st
12 46 Jelle Wallays** Topsport Vlaanderen st
13 122 Jan Barta Team NetApp st
14 55 Bram Tankink Rabobank st
15 125 Leopold Koenig Team NetApp st
16 105 Jonathan Tiernan Locke Rapha Condor - Sharp st
17 26 Joost Posthuma Leopard Trek st
18 24 Dominic Klemme Leopard Trek st
19 95 Michael Rogers Sky ProCycling at 0' 20''
20 102 Dan Craven Rapha Condor - Sharp at 0' 22''

The Tour of Britain 2011
Stage 2 - Points Competition
The Stoke-on-Trent Stage 13 Sep 2011
** Indicates Under 23 riders


Pos Name Team Points
1 1 Mark Cavendish HTC Highroad 26
2 91 Geraint Thomas Sky ProCycling 24
3 51 Lars Boom Rabobank 23
4 54 Michael Matthews** Rabobank 14
5 6 Mark Renshaw HTC Highroad 14
6 131 Ian Bibby Motorpoint 13
7 52 Theo Bos Rabobank 13
8 94 Stephen Cummings Sky ProCycling 12
9 151 Robert F├Ârster UnitedHealthcare 10
10 105 Jonathan Tiernan Locke Rapha Condor - Sharp 9
11 96 Ben Swift Sky ProCycling 9
12 46 Jelle Wallays** Topsport Vlaanderen 8
13 23 Linus Gerdemann Leopard Trek 7
14 83 Roger Hammond Team Garmin - Cervelo 7
15 111 Andrew Fenn** An Post - Sean Kelly 6
16 16 Ian Wilkinson Endura Racing 6
17 84 Daniel Lloyd Team Garmin - Cervelo 5
18 93 Mathew Hayman Sky ProCycling 5
19 125 Leopold Koenig Team NetApp 4
20 92 Alex Dowsett Sky ProCycling 4

The Tour of Britain 2011
Stage 2 - Sprints Competition
The Stoke-on-Trent Stage 13 Sep 2011
** Indicates Under 23 riders


Pos Name Team Points

1 114 Pieter Ghyllebert An Post - Sean Kelly 17
2 32 Russell Hampton Sigma Sport-Specialised 13
3 155 Boy Van Poppel UnitedHealthcare 8
4 111 Andrew Fenn** An Post - Sean Kelly 8
5 51 Lars Boom Rabobank 6
6 91 Geraint Thomas Sky ProCycling 5
7 93 Mathew Hayman Sky ProCycling 3
8 92 Alex Dowsett Sky ProCycling 2
9 136 Peter Williams Motorpoint 2
10 4 Bernhard Eisel HTC Highroad 1
11 113 Mark Cassidy An Post - Sean Kelly 1

The Tour of Britain 2011
Stage 2 - King of the Mountains Competition
The Stoke-on-Trent Stage 13 Sep 2011
** Indicates Under 23 riders

Pos No. Name Team Points
1 32 Russell Hampton Sigma Sport-Specialised 32
2 105 Jonathan Tiernan Locke Rapha Condor - Sharp 16
3 155 Boy Van Poppel UnitedHealthcare 12
4 111 Andrew Fenn** An Post - Sean Kelly 12
5 94 Stephen Cummings Sky ProCycling 12
6 95 Michael Rogers Sky ProCycling 10
7 114 Pieter Ghyllebert An Post - Sean Kelly 9
8 4 Bernhard Eisel HTC Highroad 4
9 1 Mark Cavendish HTC Highroad 3
10 115 Ronan McLaughlin An Post - Sean Kelly 3
11 12 Iker Camano Endura Racing 2
12 92 Alex Dowsett Sky ProCycling 2
13 2 Lars Bak HTC Highroad 2
14 73 Liam Holohan Team Raleigh 2
15 5 Alex Rasmussen HTC Highroad 2
16 55 Bram Tankink Rabobank 1
17 26 Joost Posthuma Leopard Trek 1
18 93 Mathew Hayman Sky ProCycling 1
19 74 Jeroen Janssen Team Raleigh 1


The Tour of Britain 2011
Stage 2 - Team GC Result
The Stoke-on-Trent Stage 13 Sep 2011
** Indicates Under 23 riders


Pos Team Time
1 Rabobank 14' 24''
2 Leopard Trek st
3 Sky ProCycling at 0' 7''
4 Rapha Condor - Sharp at 4' 8''
5 HTC Highroad at 4' 12''
6 Team NetApp at 7' 45''
7 UnitedHealthcare at 7' 57''
8 Vacansoleil - DCM at 7' 58''
9 Topsport Vlaanderen at 11' 42''
10 Team Garmin - Cervelo at 15' 30''
11 Motorpoint st
12 An Post - Sean Kelly st
13 Endura Racing st
14 Sigma Sport-Specialised at 16' 4''
15 Team Raleigh at 23' 15''
16 Team Europcar at 23' 56''
Edited by Martin_TB on 13-09-2011 17:27
 
Martin_TB
SportingNonsense wrote:
Here's the first photo anyway, the Rabobank pair with a fairly comfortable lead 50 metres from the line

(pic snipped for BW reasons)


There's a nice quote from Lars Boom on the ToB site about that gap.

Lars Boom, Stage Three winner and IG Markets Gold Jersey

"With 200 metres to go I managed to jump over (Steve) Cummings and (Geraint) Thomas and then the corners started so they couldn't pass us anymore. My first aim was to pull for Michael (Matthews) and then I felt good so I am happy to win.

"We knew that you can't bring HTC and Cavendish or the Sky boys to the finish. We knew we would have to surprise them, and we managed to do that.

"I know that it is always tricky with the wind when you are in England. I saw the Sky guys move up to the front and there was point that there was a lot of wind. It was a good point to go and we managed to get away.

"It is nice to win. It's nice to win before the World Championships. I am to try and defend the jersey and win the overall, that is the goal now."


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