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Dominik Nerz: The Next Level
@ sutty: I was a bit surprised he still had so much power after the Tour, but he was just better than everyone else...

@ Freitas: I think so, too. Especially for Dominik, the 14th is more than I could expect.

@johannes-w: Yes, Dom leads a small squad there, he's with Tiziano Dall'Antonia and Damiano Caruso there (and 3 others of course Wink)

But before we see how he did in France:

August 8, 2011


Hey folks!

I'm back from Poland again and I think I can say that it was another satisfying race for me as for the team. It was my first Top 15 overall in a World Tour race and Sylvester Szmyd achieved a Top 10 in his home race. While he accompanies Vincenzo Nibali in the Eneco Tour now, I'll lead a squad in France at the Tour de l'Ain starting tomorrow.

But first, I'd like to present you the team's next two transfers:

Riders Out:


Paolo Longo Borghini had two very successful years in our team. He especially had a good run at the Tour de Slovenie, where he won a stage both this and last year. Plus, he won Le Samyn and Strade Bianche last year. But the DS obviously thought that he is past his best and decided not to extend his contract. He already found a new team in Quick·Step, where he signed a two years contract.


Maciej Paterski is a very fast young rider with still quite some potential left and we are convinced that he will have a nice development in the future. He has just the bad luck that our sprinting squad is extremely dense at that our management decided to lower the amount of sprinters in the team. Paterski will return to his home country Poland, where he'll join the Bank BGZ équipe.

Rider In:

You may remember our first new signing, Markus Eibegger. The next two riders I'd like to present you are from the German speaking area as well, one German and one Austrian. Both are neo pros who will tackle their first season at a professional cycling team.


The first neo pro is no one less than the leader of the U23 ranking: Bastian Gr√ľnwald. He started the season with a stage win and the third overall at the GP de Portugal and continued with another stage win and the second place overall at the Giro della Regioni. After a decent 12th spot at LBL des espoirs, he took his first overall win: The Ronde de l'Isard, along with two stage wins at the most demanding stages. We didn't hesitate long to sign him.


Our second signing from the U23s is the Austrian Marco Morgenthaler, seventh of the ranking. He won the Grand Prix de Portugal and Liège-Bastogne-Liège des espoirs which makes him one of the most promising talents for hilly races.

With those two young guns, our team not only strengthens its German and Austrian amount, it also made fantastic signings for the future. Both look very promising and I look forward to riding with them a lot!

So far from the transfer front, I'll write again from France!

August 9, 2011


Helllo dear readers,

I have now arrived at the team hotel here in France. We just got briefed about the race and boy, that is one tough start list. I'll try to get a preview done by tonight.

But first I have to tell you: My performance in Poland really gave me a boost! I feel stronger than ever! On every terrain! I can't wait for the Vuelta that starts in almost two weeks!


Stay tuned,

i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif August 9, 2012 ‚Äď Tour de l'Ain



The Race

The race through the French département Ain is one of the many short continental stage races in France. It's a relatively young race, firstly held in 1989, and since 2005, it's part of the UCI Europe Tour. French riders did dominate the race in the past but recent winners also included the likes of Linus Gerdemann or Rein Taaramäe.

The course is very varied. A short prologue is followed by a flat stage. The more serious business begins on stage three, which offers some small hills towards the end. Stage four is much more challenging with more and tougher hills but GC eventually should be decided on the last stage, which ends with a mountain top finish on the Grand Colombier.


Result in 2011

1i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif Arnold JeannesonFDJ
2i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif J√©r√īme CoppelSaur - Sojasun
3i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/au.gif Richie PorteSaxo Bank - Sungard
4i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif Christophe KernEuropcar
5i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/it.gif Stefano GarzelliAcqua & Sapone



i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/ci.gif Nicolas Roche (Ag2r) , i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif John Gadret (Saur)

i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/be.gif Jelle Vanendert (Omega Pharma)


i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif David Moncoutié (Cofidis) , i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif Sandy Casar (FDJ)

i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/ch.gif Matthias Frank (BMC)


i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/si.gif Simon Spilak (Lampre) , i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/de.gif Dominik Nerz (Liquigas)

i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/it.gif Danilo Di Luca (Lampre)

Complete Startlist

AG2R La Mondiale
1. N.Roche
2. Y.Arnaud
3. M.Bouet
4. M.Elmiger
5. M.Langlais
6. R.Nocentini
7. M.Perget
8. C.Riblon

11. S.Spilak
12. V.Buts
13. M.Cattaneo
14. D.Di Luca
15. A.Kashechkin
16. A.Malori
17. G.Marangoni
18. D.Pietropolli

21. S.Casar
22. A.Courteille
23. M.Ladagnous
24. G.Meersman
25. F.Mourey
26. R.Pauriol
27. C.Pineau
28. G.Soupe

Omega Pharma
31. J.Vanendert
32. J.Bakelants
33. B.De Clercq
34. F.De Greef
35. G.Dockx
36. V.Ortiz
37. W.Stroetinga
38. J.Van de Walle

41. J.Gadret
42. C.Cuvillier
43. J.Galland
44. A.Geslin
45. F.Jeandesboz
46. S.Joly
47. L.Mangel
48. Y.Talabardon

51. D.Nerz
52. D.Caruso
53. T.Dall'Antonia
54. T.Duggan
55. C. Favini
56. D.Oss

61. M.Frank
62. C.Butler
63. M.Gerber
64. S.Morabito
65. M.Santambrogio
66. I.Santaromita
67. M.Schär
68. F.Stalder

71. D.Moncoutié
72. R.Cusin
73. J.Demaret
74. L.Duque
75. C.Martin
76. L.√Ā.Mat√©
77. D.Monier
78. T.Valentin

Type 1
81. A.Efimkin
82. W.Dugan
83. K.Reijnen
84. R.Sarti

Colombia es Pasión
91. S.Henao
92. J.Martinez
93. C.Martínez
94. W.Pedraza
95. M.Pérez

101. J.Le Bon
102. G.Blot
103. S.Calzati
104. A.Fonseca
105. R.Hardy
106. L.Pichon

111. A.Charteau
112. F.Bouyer
113. B.Ducret
114. Y.Gène
115. Y.Le Boulanger
116. K.Reza

Roubaix Lille Métropole
121. L.Lefèvre
122. J.Bar
123. M.Boulo
124. R.Bourg
125. L.Desriac
126. J.Guay
127. F.Le Corre
128. C.Lhotellerie

Wallonie Bruxelles
131. J.Bauer
132. W.Goossens
133. P.Legrand
134. O.Pardini
135. J.Peeters
136. F.Polazzi
137. C.Premont
138. R.Steenuit

Velo-Club La Pomme Marseille
141. D.R.Díaz
142. M.Delaroziere
143. T.Flaksis
144. A.Kurbatskis
145. P.McDonald
146. T.Skujins

Dirk Grepdon Wanzele
151. J.Venter
152. F.Amorison
153. S.Caethoven
154. A.Van Groen
155. L.Verweij

Big Mat
161. J.Mazet
162. M.Claude
163. F.Dassonville
164. M.Drujon
165. S.Georges
166. J.Jules
167. D.Le Boulch
168. M.Méderel

171. M.Caddeo
172. A.Piechele

181. G.Verheyen
182. K.Barbé
183. J.Breyne
184. H.Dekkers
185. B.Dockx
186. E.Juodvalkis
187. J.Stallaert

Although it lacks of a real top star, the start list is packed with some of the strongest continental riders as well as some super domestiques from the World Tour teams. Top favorite for the overall is Nicolas Roche, who has to be considered the strongest climber. Gadret and Vanendert should be his main contenders while Lampre could deal some damage with their strong team around the duo lead Spilak and Di Luca. Main contender for the young riders jersey is Dominik Nerz, but he has to pay attention on the hilly stages, which aren't his strong points. The same applies for Matthias Frank.

Team Liquigas


I am our clear leader for the overall here and I have high hopes! I most probably won't be able to compete for the overall win but I'm in great shape so a Top 5 and the young riders jersey should be possible. A Top 10 finish overall is the minimum I want to achieve. In Damiano Caruso, I have a top domestique, especially for the last stage.

Tiziano Dall'Antonia will try his luck in the sprints (if there are more than one) while the rest of the team will get their chances in breakaways, especially on the two hilly stages. But we have to consider that except for me and Damiano Caruso, all our riders lack of decent shape.

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Hope your feeling up to the challenge DominikFrown
Going to be tough race for Dominik to win, but should be very intresting. Good form should helo a lot, good luck Smile

Nice blog dom is really becoming a good stage racer especially his weaknesses like the flat stat really improved thats great and his rec is impressing for his age!
I like the preview and hope you get a really good overall although it will be difficult - good luck!!!

And i like the signings of the young riders great choice hopefully they have a good potential and nice for dom to have someone speaking his languageSmile
Edited by johannes-w on 07-02-2012 20:44
As always, some nice updates/blogs! Those two signings look indeed promising, and Dominik's also developing well Smile Hope you won't lose too much time on Tour l'Ain's hilly stages. You will be a strong GC-contender if you hit the final mountain-stage within reach of the race-leader! Good luck!
76 MO, looks good!

Nice development in the mountain stat, which makes Dominik another rider to watch out for in this race. It's a tough field, so good luck. Wink
@ sutty68: Well, he is in great shape, so yeah, I think he fells up to the challenge Wink

@ Alakagom: Honestly, I don't target a win here. Don't think that's possible. But as you said, a great form helps, so maybe a Top 5...

@ johannes-w: Thank you! Dominik indeed continues to improve on every terrain, although, as you mentioned, especially his rec and of course his mountain stat are very nice. And yep, the signings look very promising although I didn't look up their potentials.

@ tsmoha: Thanks Smile I hope so, too. The performances in Poland give me hope for the hilly stages there.

@ fcancellara: It does, doesn't it Smile

@ FreitasPCM: Thank you! I hope you're right!

Here's the first stage:

i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif August 9, 2012


Tour de l'Ain, Stage 1


The prologue is very short but also a bit hilly. Big time gaps aren't expected but it should be a good indication for the rider's shapes.

Dominik's Pre-Race Comment


I am among the better prologue riders here so I hope for a nice stage result. But on such a short course, with small time gaps, it's all about luck and daily shape.

Live Ticker

Jurgen Van de Walle (Omega Pharma) sets a frist decent time.
Christophe Riblon (Ag2r) could have ambitions himself here, but he'll probably has to work for his leader, Nicolas Roche. For now, he sets the best time.
French TT Champion Damier Monier puts things into perspective! He crushes all former times.
Daniel Oss is Liquigas' first rider today. He rides decently good, + 22.
Adriano Malori is the big favorite for today. But the young Italian can't deliver. He's slower than Monier.
His best times are behind him, yet Andrey Kashechkin (Lampre) sets a nice time here.
Tiziano Dall'Antonia is a good prologue rider but lacks a bit of shape. Still, he finishes provisional 11th.
Mathieu Ladagnous (FDJ) surprises everyone. He's the only one coming close to Monier so far, 3 seconds down.
The overall contenders are on the road now. David Moncoutié is the first one who has real chances for the overall win. He sets a decent time for his means.
Matthias Frank (BMC) had a great development recently, today he finishes one second faster than the Frenchman before him.
Young gun Dominik Nerz convinced with a 14th spot in Poland. He has to be considered in the overall fight here as well, as he obviously is in fantastic shape: Fourth spot for now!
Saur's captain John Gadret is not known for his time trialing skills. He can't prove us wrong today.
Jelle Vanendert has a similar problem. The time gaps aren't fatal though.
Sandy Casar is a better time trialist. He can't touch Nerz, though. Provisional 11th, 10 seconds down.
Simon Spilak, Lampre's leader, comes closer to Nerz. He's the second best among the overall favorites so far, two seconds slower.
Nicolas Roche is by far the top favorite for this race. And he obviously is in top shape as well: He is faster than almost everyone, finishing third today.

1i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif Damien MonierCofidis, le crédit en ligne5'01
2i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif Matthieu LadagnousFDJ+ 3
3i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/ci.gif Nicolas RocheAG2R La Mondiale+ 4
4i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/it.gif Adriano MaloriLampre - ISD+ 5
5i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/de.gif Dominik NerzLiquigas - Cannondales.t.
6i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/si.gif Simon SpilakLampre - ISD+ 7
7i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/kz.gif Andrey KashechkinLampre - ISD+ 8
8i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/ch.gif Steve MorabitoBMC Racing Teams.t.
9i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif Rémy CusinCofidis, le crédit en lignes.t.
10i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif Christophe RiblonAG2R La Mondiales.t.

11Jack BauerWallonie Bruxelles - Crédit Agricole+ 9
12Kiel ReijnenTeam Type 1+ 10
13Sandy CasarFDJs.t.
14J√ľrgen Van de WalleOmega Pharma - Lotto+ 11
15Laurent MangelSaur - Sojasun+ 12
16Mattia CattaneoLampre - ISDs.t.
17Jan BakelantsOmega Pharma - Lottos.t.
18Michael SchärBMC Racing Team+ 13
19Sébastien JolySaur - Sojasuns.t.
20Maxime BouetAG2R La Mondiales.t.
21Matthias FrankBMC Racing Teams.t.
22Gianni MeersmanFDJ+ 14
23Martin ElmigerAG2R La Mondiales.t.
24Tiziano Dall'AntoniaLiquigas - Cannondales.t.
25Johan Le BonBretagne - Schullers.t.
26David MoncoutiéCofidis, le crédit en lignes.t.
27Luis √Āngel Mat√©Cofidis, le cr√©dit en ligne+ 15
28Danilo Di LucaLampre - ISDs.t.
29Wim StroetingaOmega Pharma - Lotto+ 16
30Kevin RezaTeam Europcars.t.
31Marlón PérezColombia es Pasión - Café de Colombias.t.
32Leonardo DuqueCofidis, le crédit en lignes.t.
33Tristan ValentinCofidis, le crédit en lignes.t.
34Jonathan BreyneLandbouwkrediet+ 17
35Carlos MartínezColombia es Pasión - Café de Colombias.t.
36Bart De ClercqOmega Pharma - Lottos.t.
37Vitaliy ButsLampre - ISDs.t.
38Rinaldo NocentiniAG2R La Mondiale+ 18
39Sylvain GeorgesBig Mat - Auber 93s.t.
40Gert DockxOmega Pharma - Lottos.t.
41Guillaume BlotBretagne - Schullers.t.
42Daniel Ricardo DíazVelo-Club La Pomme Marseilles.t.
43Sergio HenaoColombia es Pasión - Café de Colombias.t.
44Mauro SantambrogioBMC Racing Team+ 19
45Arnoud Van GroenDirk Grepdon Wanzele - Accents.t.
46Francis De GreefOmega Pharma - Lottos.t.
47Jocelyn BarRoubaix Lille Métropoles.t.
48Laurent LefèvreRoubaix Lille Métropoles.t.
49Florian StalderBMC Racing Teams.t.
50Justin JulesBig Mat - Auber 93+ 20
51Toms SkujinsVelo-Club La Pomme Marseilles.t.
52Yoann Le BoulangerTeam Europcars.t.
53Frédéric AmorisonDirk Grepdon Wanzele - Accents.t.
54Anthony CharteauTeam Europcars.t.
55Yohann GèneTeam Europcars.t.
56Yannick TalabardonSaur - Sojasuns.t.
57Daniele PietropolliLampre - ISDs.t.
58Rémi PauriolFDJ+ 21
59Peter McDonaldVelo-Club La Pomme Marseilles.t.
60Anthony GeslinSaur - Sojasuns.t.
61Jérémie GallandSaur - Sojasuns.t.
62Koen BarbéLandbouwkrediets.t.
63Christopher ButlerBMC Racing Teams.t.
64Damiano CarusoLiquigas - Cannondales.t.
65Jacobus VenterDirk Grepdon Wanzele - Accents.t.
66Alexander EfimkinTeam Type 1s.t.
67John GadretSaur - Sojasuns.t.
68Jelle VanendertOmega Pharma - Lottos.t.
69Dimitri Le BoulchBig Mat - Auber 93+ 22
70Daniel OssLiquigas - Cannondales.t.
71Fabrice JeandesbozSaur - Sojasuns.t.
72Timothy DugganLiquigas - Cannondales.t.
73John MartinezColombia es Pasión - Café de Colombias.t.
74Laurent PichonBretagne - Schuller+ 23
75Luc VerweijDirk Grepdon Wanzele - Accents.t.
76Cyrille MartinCofidis, le crédit en lignes.t.
77Francis MoureyFDJs.t.
78Hans DekkersLandbouwkrediets.t.
79Franck BouyerTeam Europcars.t.
80Julien MazetBig Mat - Auber 93s.t.
81Geoffrey SoupeFDJs.t.
82Joeri StallaertLandbouwkrediet+ 24
83Jean-Eudes DemaretCofidis, le crédit en lignes.t.
84William DuganTeam Type 1s.t.
85Cédric PineauFDJ+ 25
86Fabio PolazziWallonie Bruxelles - Crédit Agricoles.t.
87Aleksandrs KurbatskisVelo-Club La Pomme Marseilles.t.
88Toms FlaksisVelo-Club La Pomme Marseilles.t.
89Marcus GerberBMC Racing Teams.t.
90Olivier PardiniWallonie Bruxelles - Crédit Agricoles.t.
91Maxime MéderelBig Mat - Auber 93s.t.
92Mathieu ClaudeBig Mat - Auber 93+ 26
93Arnaud CourteilleFDJs.t.
94Florian Le CorreRoubaix Lille Métropole+ 27
95Mathieu PergetAG2R La Mondiales.t.
96Romain HardyBretagne - Schullers.t.
97Mateo LanglaisAG2R La Mondiales.t.
98Sylvain CalzatiBretagne - Schullers.t.
99Wouter GoossensWallonie Bruxelles - Crédit Agricoles.t.
100Lo√Įc DesriacRoubaix Lille M√©tropole+ 28
101Julien GuayRoubaix Lille Métropole+ 29
102Ivan SantaromitaBMC Racing Teams.t.
103Bart DockxLandbouwkrediets.t.
104Armindo FonsecaBretagne - Schullers.t.
105Bryan DucretTeam Europcars.t.
106Manuele CaddeoColnago - CSF Inoxs.t.
107Walter PedrazaColombia es Pasión - Café de Colombia+ 30
108Flavien DassonvilleBig Mat - Auber 93s.t.
109Mathieu DelaroziereVelo-Club La Pomme Marseilles.t.
110Clément LhotellerieRoubaix Lille Métropoles.t.
111Christophe PremontWallonie Bruxelles - Crédit Agricole+ 31
112Giovanni MarangoniLampre - ISDs.t.
113Mathieu DrujonBig Mat - Auber 93s.t.
114Matthieu BouloRoubaix Lille Métropoles.t.
115Steven CaethovenDirk Grepdon Wanzele - Accent+ 32
116Andrea PiecheleColnago - CSF Inoxs.t.
117Cyrille CuvillierSaur - Sojasuns.t.
118Yvan ArnaudAG2R La Mondiales.t.
119Geert VerheyenLandbouwkrediets.t.
120Robin SteenuitWallonie Bruxelles - Crédit Agricoles.t.
121Victór OrtizOmega Pharma - Lotto+ 33
122Jef PeetersWallonie Bruxelles - Crédit Agricoles.t.
123Philippe LegrandWallonie Bruxelles - Crédit Agricoles.t.
124Renaud BourgRoubaix Lille Métropoles.t.
125Egidijus JuodvalkisLandbouwkrediet+ 34
126Raffaele SartiTeam Type 1s.t.
127Carlo FaviniLiquigas - Cannondale+ 36



Identical with the result.


1i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif Damien MonierCofidis, le crédit en ligne25
2i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif Matthieu LadagnousFDJ20
3i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/ci.gif Nicolas RocheAG2R La Mondiale16
4i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/it.gif Adriano MaloriLampre - ISD14
5i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/de.gif Dominik NerzLiquigas - Cannondale12

Young Riders

1i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/it.gif Adriano MaloriLampre - ISD5'06
2i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/de.gif Dominik NerzLiquigas - Cannondales.t.
3i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/it.gif Mattia CattaneoLampre - ISD+ 7
4i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif Johan Le BonBretagne - Schuller+ 9
5i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif Kevin RezaTeam Europcar+ 11


1i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/it.gif Lampre - ISD15'23
2i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif Cofidis, le crédit en ligne+ 2
3i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif AG2R La Mondiale+ 5
4i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/fr.gif FDJ+ 7
5i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd464/cunego59/Flags/ch.gif BMC Racing Team+ 14

Dominik's Comment

A very pleasing result for us today. I rode to my full potential today and to finish within the same as Adriano Malori, who is easily among the 15 best time trialists in the world, is a great feeling. I think I created a good basis for the next stages.

The others did well, too. Tiziano's 24th is promising for the next stage. Regarding the others, well, they just aren't time trialists, so the result today didn't matter at all.

Tomorrow is the first road stage, almost completely flat. So stay tuned!

Edited by cunego59 on 08-02-2012 10:25
Nice start with Nerz. There are some really big names for the MTF, but hopefully Nerz can hang on to them.
Teddy The Creator
A great ride for Dom, but Roche looks like he could be the winner here. I also love the final pic of Roche, really beautiful. Wink
Good start. A GC-podium is possible here!
Nice TT, Great startWink
Probably been 3 or 4 months(real time) since i checked in on this thread(or pcm-daily for that matter)

I am impressed with Dominik's attributes and his results, great work in the Lankawi race!
Edited by rorzcp on 08-02-2012 13:04
very good start - hopefully at least the same result in the end of the raceSmile i think you re able to do it!
It's a really great start, Dominik has really big chances to get a positive result, if nothing happens until the end of the race. Smile
Good prologue! He should be able to keep that 5th spot, at least!

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