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EPIC - Vuelta a España 2013
Ollfardh
Ok, Froome is gonna win, we get it, but can we at least try to go for a top 10, guys?
Changed my sig, this was getting absurd.
 
Shonak
Well done König, from here on there's only one way: Up!

Also nice to see how Birt shows no sign of fear and is actively attacking in the second stage of his first Grand Tour. Wink
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Wow. Great job Owniak. Wasn't expecting him to be that good.
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mvhoogdalem
Safe start from Caruso, staying in the peloton. Smile
 
Luis Leon Sanchez
Good stage for Net-App Endura but not such a good stage for Mitchell Birt. Hopefully he can improve in the rest of the Mountain stages.
 
sgdanny
Owniak <3 When you cross the line before Purito on a summit finish, you can only be good Smile
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Dippofix
Well done team, well done...
Though that TTT win was fantastic, the second stage was not. Though Froome's biggest threat to the GC win putting in a huge attack on stage 2 isn't exactly realistic either.
 
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Banana

So again Movistar vs. Froome ?
Oh dear ...
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Purito Angry
 
SSJ2Luigi
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The third stage summit finish is easier then yesterday’s but still hard enough that pure sprinters won’t be able to win today. The small bump before the final hill is able to prevent a bunch sprint. Look out for the punchers. the GC leader depends on when the first move is made, if it’s on the hill before the last one it’s not unthinkable for Valverde to lose the jersey. If it’s on the final hill it’s likely not to change

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PositionNameTeamGC
***Joaquím RodríguezKatusha10
***Alejandro ValverdeMovistar1
***Rigoberto UránSky15
**Daniel MartinGarmin3
**Chris HornerRadioShack2
**Daniel MorenoKatusha23
*Chris FroomeSky5
*Leopold KönigNetApp28
*Rafal MajkaSaxo Bank6
*Jurgen Van den BroeckLotto45


Three man breakaway again, however only two will work. Formed after 18 kilometers, De Marchi (Cannondale) and Boom (Belkin) attacked and Movistar send Castoviejo in the break. A 5 ½ minute gap to the peloton was the maximum given by the peloton. Team Sky and Garmin took it upon themselves to bring pack the pack. Boom won the first intermediate sprint, while Castroviejo won the second.

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the breakaway of today

skipping until the final kilometers
Going over the over the hill Boom and De Marchi have “seemingly” dropped Castroviejo while on the same piece of road, Daniel Martin, Urán and Daniel Moreno have attacked and the peloton switching into overdrive.

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Boom and De Marchi putting distance between themselves and Castroviejo

Going into the final stretch the breakaway are almost caught by Urán and Martin, Moreno has a bigger gap to the leaders and is just infront of the peloton. However with only 1500 meters to go is the gap big enough for either group?.

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the current situation in a picture

Boom got a little gap but while group Martin caught up with the breakaway, that gap was already closed by Castroviejo. Martin and Urán seems still to be able to go strong but has Castroviejo saved enough energy to beat them. De Marchi and Boom seem out of this.

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with considerable daylight to the peloton seen in the background, victory seems secured for the breakaway

Castroviejo is still going strong and is looking to take the win,Daniel Martin and Urán don’t have enough to get passed them. Valverde and Rodriguez seem to battle eachother for the best of the rest title.

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the breakaway vs the Peloton

Castroviejo wins in Mirador de Lobeira, Daniel Martin will get second and Urán takes third. Boom and De Marchi hold off the peloton.

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Castroviejo celebrates as he wins Movistar’s second stage in a row

Rodriguez barely beats Valverde for 6th place, Sánchez takes 8th place making a double score for Belkin, Gadret also take a top 10 while Greg van Avermaet beats Fuglsang and a fading Moreno for 10th. Everybody after Rodriguez should have the same time.

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the finish for 6th place

Daniel Martin and Urán win 35 seconds on Rodriguez and Valverde and 47 seconds on the rest, which moves Martin into 2nd place and Urán up to 4th. Horner is in the middle of the two. Rodriguez also gained time with moves him from 10th into 6th place in the GC. The rest is in the same order but in different places, Fuglsang (5th), Froome (7th), Majka (8th), Stetina (9th), Dennis (10th)

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let’s just pretend that this is Castroviejo celebrating, screen faded out to quickly

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Stage results

RankNameTeamTime
1Jonathan CastroviejoMovistar Team3h58'37"
2Daniel MartinGarmin - Sharps.t.
3Rigoberto UránSky Procyclings.t.
4Lars BoomBelkin Pro Cycling Team+ 23
5Alessandro De MarchiCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
6Joaquím RodríguezKatusha Team+ 35
7Alejandro ValverdeMovistar Teams.t.
8Luis León SánchezBelkin Pro Cycling Team+ 47
9John GadretAG2R La Mondiales.t.
10Greg Van AvermaetBMC Racing Teams.t.

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11Jakob FuglsangAstana Pro Teams.t.
12Daniel MorenoKatusha Teams.t.
13Gerald CiolekMTN - Qhubekas.t.
14Chris HornerRadioShack - Leopards.t.
15Beñat IntxaustiMovistar Teams.t.
16José Joaquín RojasMovistar Teams.t.
17Chris FroomeSky Procyclings.t.
18Jesús HernándezTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
19Javier MorenoMovistar Teams.t.
20Leopold KönigTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
21Rafal MajkaTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
22Moreno MoserCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
23Samuel SánchezEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
24David LópezSky Procyclings.t.
25Rubén PlazaMovistar Teams.t.
26Damiano CarusoCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
27Peter KennaughSky Procyclings.t.
28Jorge Cristobal RiquelmeBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
29Oreste GhitaTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
30Pierrick FédrigoFDJ.frs.t.
31Matthew BuscheRadioShack - Leopards.t.
32John DegenkolbTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
33Ian StannardSky Procyclings.t.
34Alberto LosadaKatusha Teams.t.
35Pieter WeeningOrica - GreenEdges.t.
36Ben HermansRadioShack - Leopards.t.
37Ion IzagirreEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
38José SerpaLampre - Meridas.t.
39Jurgen Van den BroeckLotto Belisols.t.
40Michael MatthewsOrica - GreenEdges.t.
41Joseph DombrowskiSky Procyclings.t.
42Tony MartinOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
43Juan José CoboMovistar Teams.t.
44Petr IgnatenkoKatusha Teams.t.
45Peter StetinaGarmin - Sharps.t.
46José HerradaMovistar Teams.t.
47Laurens Ten DamBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
48Dominik NerzBMC Racing Teams.t.
49George BennettRadioShack - Leopards.t.
50Ben SwiftSky Procyclings.t.
51Jens VoigtRadioShack - Leopards.t.
52Damian OwniakBMC Racing Teams.t.
53Oliver ZauggTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
54Xavier FlorencioKatusha Teams.t.
55Josef HintermullerMTN - Qhubekas.t.
56Luke RoweSky Procyclings.t.
57Pavel BruttKatusha Teams.t.
58Christophe RiblonAG2R La Mondiales.t.
59Rory SutherlandTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
60Christopher SuttonSky Procyclings.t.
61Igor AntónEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
62Bruno PiresTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
63Ivan SantaromitaBMC Racing Teams.t.
64Iván GutiérrezMovistar Teams.t.
65Sebastian LangeveldOrica - GreenEdges.t.
66Timothy DugganTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
67Tom DumoulinTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
68Jonathan CantwellTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
69Mitchell BirtTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
70Niki TerpstraOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
71Amets TxurrukaCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
72Sergio PardillaMTN - Qhubekas.t.
73Maxime BouetAG2R La Mondiales.t.
74Gianluca BrambillaOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
75Jonas VangenechtenLotto Belisols.t.
76Fabian WegmannGarmin - Sharps.t.
77Anthony RouxFDJ.frs.t.
78Alexandre GeniezFDJ.frs.t.
79Hayden RoulstonRadioShack - Leopards.t.
80Jürgen RoelandtsLotto Belisols.t.
81Nicolas RocheTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
82Sandy CasarFDJ.frs.t.
83Ángel ViciosoKatusha Teams.t.
84Louis MeintjesMTN - Qhubekas.t.
85Steve ChainelAG2R La Mondiales.t.
86Rohan DennisGarmin - Sharps.t.
87Juan José LobatoEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
88Gert SteegmansOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
89Mattia CattaneoLampre - Meridas.t.
90Andreas StauffMTN - Qhubekas.t.
91Rubén FernándezCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
92Benjamín NovalTeam Saxo - Tinkoffs.t.
93Ramunas NavardauskasGarmin - Sharps.t.
94Tom DanielsonGarmin - Sharps.t.
95Michael SchwarzmannTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
96David ArroyoCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
97Adam HansenLotto Belisols.t.
98Serge PauwelsOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
99Marcos GarcíaCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
100Jacques Janse Van RensburgMTN - Qhubekas.t.
101Antonio PiedraCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
102Anthony GeslinFDJ.frs.t.
103Matteo TrentinOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
104Mikaël ChérelAG2R La Mondiales.t.
105Ben KingRadioShack - Leopards.t.
106Iván VelascoCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
107Michel KrederGarmin - Sharps.t.
108Aleksandr KuschynskiKatusha Teams.t.
109Jack BobridgeBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
110Guillaume BonnafondAG2R La Mondiales.t.
111William ClarkeTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
112Dmitriy GruzdevAstana Pro Teams.t.
113Dennis Van NiekerkMTN - Qhubekas.t.
114Daryl ImpeyOrica - GreenEdges.t.
115Egoi MartínezEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
116Gorka VerdugoEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
117David De la CruzTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
118Steve MorabitoBMC Racing Teams.t.
119Jens MourisOrica - GreenEdges.t.
120Blel KadriAG2R La Mondiales.t.
121Andrea PaliniLampre - Meridas.t.
122Stef ClementBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
123Mario GuidoMTN - Qhubekas.t.
124Borat SagdijevLampre - Meridas.t.
125Kristijan DurasekLampre - Meridas.t.
126Mikhail IgnatievKatusha Teams.t.
127Adam BlytheBMC Racing Teams.t.
128Christian Vande VeldeGarmin - Sharps.t.
129Matthias FrankBMC Racing Teams.t.
130David ZabriskieGarmin - Sharps.t.
131Gediminas BagdonasAG2R La Mondiales.t.
132Luca WackermannLampre - Meridas.t.
133Kevin SeeldraeyersAstana Pro Teams.t.
134Egor SilinAstana Pro Teams.t.
135Andrey KashechkinAstana Pro Team+ 3'34"
136Paolo TiralongoAstana Pro Teams.t.
137Christian MeierOrica - GreenEdges.t.
138Allan DavisOrica - GreenEdges.t.
139Juan Manuel GárateBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
140Daniele RattoCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
141Kristjan KorenCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
142Emilien ViennetFDJ.frs.t.
143Mikel AstarlozaEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
144Andrey ZeitsAstana Pro Teams.t.
145Davide ViganòLampre - Meridas.t.
146Javier Francisco AramendiaCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
147Iker CamañoTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
148Thomas PetersonTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
149Michel KochCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
150Marc GoosBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
151Cédric PineauFDJ.frs.t.
152Mark RenshawBelkin Pro Cycling Teams.t.
153Jesse SergentRadioShack - Leopards.t.
154Frantisek RabonOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
155Carlos VeronaOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
156Mickaël DelageFDJ.frs.t.
157George PreidlerTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
158Omar FraileCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
159Brian VandborgCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
160Matthew LloydLampre - Meridas.t.
161Andreas SchillingerTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
162Kai ReusCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
163Johan Le BonFDJ.frs.t.
164Alessandro PetacchiOmega Pharma - Quick•Step Cycling Teams.t.
165Brett LancasterOrica - GreenEdges.t.
166Erick RowsellTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
167Vicente ReynèsLotto Belisols.t.
168Yann HuguetTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
169Dimitriy MuravyevAstana Pro Teams.t.
170Gaetan BilleLotto Belisols.t.
171Frederique RobertLotto Belisols.t.
172Markel IrizarRadioShack - Leopards.t.
173Massimo GraziatoLampre - Meridas.t.
174Bert De BackerTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
175Mitchell DockerOrica - GreenEdges.t.
176Maarten NeyensLotto Belisols.t.
177Sebastian LanderBMC Racing Teams.t.
178Roy SentjensCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
179Adrián Sáez de ArregiEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
180Francisco Javier MorenoCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
181Markus EichlerTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
182Adrián PalomaresCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
183Roy CurversTeam Argos - Shimanos.t.
184Stefano AgostiniCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
185Anthony RavardAG2R La Mondiales.t.
186Frederik WillemsLotto Belisols.t.
187Ioannis TamouridisEuskaltel - Euskadis.t.
188Larry WarbasseBMC Racing Teams.t.
189Assan BazayevAstana Pro Teams.t.
190Alexander WetterhallTeam NetApp - Enduras.t.
191Yoeri HavikCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
192Huub DuynCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
193Dylan GroenewegenCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
194Maciej PaterskiCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
195Ronan Van ZandbeekCyclingteam De Rijke - Shankss.t.
196Marouane ShaqifMTN - Qhubekas.t.
197Coen VermeltfoortCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 11'19"
198Bas StamsnijderCyclingteam De Rijke - Shanks+ 12'20"


GC

RankNameTeamTime
1Alejandro ValverdeMovistar Team8h35'03
2Daniel MartinGarmin - Sharp+ 1'01
3Chris HornerRadioShack - Leopard+ 1'36
4Rigoberto UránSky Procycling+ 1'46
5Jakob FuglsangAstana Pro Team+ 2'00
6Joaquím RodríguezKatusha Team+ 2'01
7Chris FroomeSky Procycling+ 2'05
8Rafal MajkaTeam Saxo - Tinkoff+ 2'06
9Peter StetinaGarmin - Sharp+ 2'12
10Rohan DennisGarmin - Sharps.t.

Points: Alejandro Valverde (Movistar)
Mountain: Alejandro Valverde (Movistar)
Team Results: Movistar Team
U25 Competition: Rafel Majka (Saxo)

Edited by SSJ2Luigi on 26-09-2014 20:58
 
Luis Leon Sanchez
That report seemed strange?
Anyway, Birt not losing any more time today so that is good.
 
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sgdanny
Well Movistar really do well under pressure Smile Relaxed positioning from Damian, since we still have a long race in front of us Smile
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Dippofix
That's better Dan, much better! Grin
 
knockout
Wow. Great Tactics helping us the chance to safe some energy, deserving the second stage win in a row and letting us dominate all important rankings Smile


But the main point : I like that Valverde has already 2 minutes to his biggest rivals. Keep moving!
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Ollfardh
Well, we are doing something, maybe a win isn't impossible after all..
Changed my sig, this was getting absurd.
 
brewers90
This could be a very, very boring race unless someone puts pressure on Movistar. Not really fair that Movistar win from a breakaway when most teams (including BMC) would do anything just to be in one. Rolling Eyes

Greg proving he's good enough for some success in a later hilly stage.
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SSJ2Luigi
Luis Leon Sanchez wrote:
That report seemed strange?
Anyway, Birt not losing any more time today so that is good.

yeah, probobly the worse report all Vuelta. wasn't really paying attention and suddenly they were at the final. the second screenshots is literally the first moment I started paying attention again Embarassed hasn't happend again so far as I've played.

little dissapointed that nobody has complemented me for getting the full result even despite the export fail (honestly though the stage results are not hard, GC results are a lot harder to do manually Wink)
 
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SSJ2Luigi wrote:
Luis Leon Sanchez wrote:
That report seemed strange?
Anyway, Birt not losing any more time today so that is good.

yeah, probobly the worse report all Vuelta. wasn't really paying attention and suddenly they were at the final. the second screenshots is literally the first moment I started paying attention again Embarassed hasn't happend again so far as I've played.

little dissapointed that nobody has complemented me for getting the full result even despite the export fail (honestly though the stage results are not hard, GC results are a lot harder to do manually Wink)


you see. if you do something right, nobody notices, as you just said Grin
 
SSJ2Luigi
Silvio Herklotz wrote:
SSJ2Luigi wrote:
Luis Leon Sanchez wrote:
That report seemed strange?
Anyway, Birt not losing any more time today so that is good.

yeah, probobly the worse report all Vuelta. wasn't really paying attention and suddenly they were at the final. the second screenshots is literally the first moment I started paying attention again Embarassed hasn't happend again so far as I've played.

little dissapointed that nobody has complemented me for getting the full result even despite the export fail (honestly though the stage results are not hard, GC results are a lot harder to do manually Wink)


you see. if you do something right, nobody notices, as you just said Grin

well played Cool
 
Selwink
You could always save the replay next time.

Anyway, disappointed about the incapability of MTN to join the break, but Cio's 13th place gives me some sort of hope.
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