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Caja Rural '20 | Gent-Wevelgem - race
Tamijo
Andalucia: A breather before the decisive Queen Stage.

Algarve: Also an easy stage in Algarve, but a lot more RuralvĂ­a action and a fine result. The final stage may be more of a challenge with the rather close GC.
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Kiserlovski01
Tamijo wrote:
Andalucia: A breather before the decisive Queen Stage.

Algarve: Also an easy stage in Algarve, but a lot more RuralvĂ­a action and a fine result. The final stage may be more of a challenge with the rather close GC.


Some calm before the storm probably, the last time I raced this Andalucia stage, time gaps were simply huge. In the Algarve it will be about defending rather than moving up, I think.
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Kiserlovski01
Vuelta a Andalucia (2.1) i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png
Stage 5/6, 124.9 kms
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Story of the Day
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Several gifted climbers made the breakaway on this year's queen stage. Bagot and Vermeulen already showed good legs on today's first difficulty.
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On the next climb, Vermeulen caused a significant split within the group.
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On the third one, the two strongest escapees left Gallego behind as well.
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The first GC move came from n°13 Clément Chevrier, on the penultimate climb. He attacked from the group which still contained Ion and Ruben.
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Alexey Vermeulen started the Cuesta del Cielo summit finish with none of the other escapees nearby. Chevrier brought Vermeulen's bonus down to 2'45". Racing with somewhat heavy legs, Ruben settled for helping Ion.
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On the early slopes of the climb, Kelderman and Morton joined Chevrier. Ion quickly faced a time loss of over one minute as Ruben was dropped.
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The aforementioned trio kept putting time into the others. Hitting the last 5 kilometer Alexey Vermeulen's advantage came down to only just 1'05".
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The American was fortunate to have the three staring at one another. His first pro win came at an unsurfaced road in Andalucia, along with a move to GC 6th. Kelderman defended his overall lead well by finishing in third.
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Ion giving his all resulted in a 12th spot today. He drops into 7th overall.
Vuelta a Andalucia 2020
Stage 5
1Alexey VermeulenTeam Sky3h33'16"
2Clément ChevrierAG2R La Mondiale+ 1'16"
3Wilco KeldermanTeam Katusha-Alpecins.t.
4Lachlan MortonTeam Sky+ 1'30"
5Winner AnaconaTeam Sky+ 4'03"
6Merhawi KudusTeam Dimension Data+ 4'32"
7Rafal MajkaBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 4'59"
8Tom DumoulinBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 5'17"
9Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Teams.t.
10Omar FraileMovistar Team+ 5'33"
Vuelta a Andalucia 2020
Overall standings
1Wilco KeldermanTeam Katusha-Alpecin13h50'48"
2Lachlan MortonTeam Sky+ 2'18"
3Clément ChevrierAG2R La Mondiale+ 2'34"
4Merhawi KudusTeam Dimension Data+ 3'56"
5Tom DumoulinBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 4'06"
6Winner AnaconaTeam Sky+ 4'41"
7Ion Izagirre i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvĂ­a-RTPi Pro Team+ 5'02"
8Alexey VermeulenTeam Sky+ 6'00"
9Rafal MajkaBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 6'21"
10Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Team+ 6'40"
i.imgur.com/efHu9DX.pngWilco Keldermani.imgur.com/vsUPMd5.pngWilco Keldermani.imgur.com/nh1Xtes.pngAlexey Vermeuleni.imgur.com/36f9EOZ.pngSam Oomen
Vuelta a Andalucia 2020
Upcoming stage
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Kiserlovski01
Volta ao Algarve (2.1) i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png
Stage 5/5, 165.6 kms
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Story of the Day
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Ten riders broke free at the back of a wild opening. A crash and the first time on Alto do MalhĂŁo made the group split in half. The pack came at 2'.
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When all 10 were caught a quartet of unknown names appeared in front.
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Eleven kms from the finish, three contenders approached the leaders. It was strange to see the overall leader's teammate Hirt attack alongside A. Yates and Teklehaimanot. The three would quickly put 45" into the pack.
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Near the foot of last climb, Adam Yates and Teklehaimanot were the sole survivors. Vandenborre now played his last GC card by chasing himself.
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Sam tried, but Al Jadeedi acceleration was too much to handle. Too bad, because yellow jersey Thomas De Gendt was having his troubles as well.
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Al Jadeedi held off Yates to win the last stage. Sam came 10th and while gaining time on De Gendt, he dropped from second to third place overall.
Volta ao Algarve 2020
Stage 5
1Sami Al JadeediRadio Popular - Boavista3h51'20"
2Adam YatesTeam Skys.t.
3Amir KolahdozhaghAkros - Renfer SAs.t.
4Edward TheunsLotto - Soudals.t.
5Jasper StuyvenLotto - Soudal+ 27"
6Koen BouwmanRally Cyclings.t.
7Daniel TeklehaimanotMitchelton-Scotts.t.
8Odd Christian EikingRally Cyclings.t.
9Cameron MeyerMitchelton-Scotts.t.
10Sam Vandenborre i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvĂ­a-RTPi Pro Teams.t.
Volta ao Algarve 2020
Final overall standings
1Thomas De GendtQuick-Step Floors16h55'29"
2Sami Al JadeediRadio Popular - Boavista+ 43"
3Sam Vandenborre i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvĂ­a-RTPi Pro Team+ 1'01"
4Cameron MeyerMitchelton-Scott+ 1'12"
5Hugh CarthyTeam Sky+ 1'36"
6Edward TheunsLotto - Soudal+ 1'41"
7Daniel TeklehaimanotMitchelton-Scott+ 1'44"
8Koen BouwmanRally Cycling+ 2'02"
9Odd Christian EikingRally Cycling+ 2'06"
10LĂ©o VincentTeam Sky+ 2'14"
Volta ao Algarve 2020
Jersey winners
i.imgur.com/lAEZY7S.png Overall Thomas De GendtQuick-Step Floors
i.imgur.com/34vI9qB.png Points Edward TheunsLotto-Soudal
i.imgur.com/bwsvaxM.png Mountain Sami Al JadeediRadio Popular-Boavista
i.imgur.com/1SsgR9D.png Young Sam Vandenborre i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvĂ­a-RTPi
Best team: Team Sky

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Tamijo
Tough day in Andalucia, better in Algarve losing a spot in GC but timewise actually closer.
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Kiserlovski01
Tamijo wrote:
Tough day in Andalucia, better in Algarve losing a spot in GC but timewise actually closer.


Very tough day, GC is not too bad given the circumstances. And good to secure a podium in Algarve. Smile
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Kiserlovski01
Vuelta a Andalucia (2.1) i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png
Stage 6/6, 95.1 kms
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Story of the Day
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Jack Haig attacked from the breakaway of seven. The fifty-eight seconds lead seemed promising with only around 2 kilometers until the finish line.
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Today, MartĂ­nez decided to jump on the back of a different sprint train.
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In any case, the peloton came too late. Haig won the final stage from the breakaway, a first victory since last year's Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec.
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MartĂ­nez came 3rd in the bunch sprint, yet behind 4 riders of the break.
Vuelta a Andalucia 2020
Stage 6
1Jack HaigTeam LottoNL - Jumbo1h57'12"
2Taruia KrainerPolartec - Kometas.t.
3Jean IpinzeManzana Postobon Teams.t.
4Charlie HoughEF-Drapac Pro Team+ 41"
5Wouter WippertMovistar Teams.t.
6Michele ScartezziniManzana Postobon Teams.t.
7Manuel MartĂ­nez i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvĂ­a-RTPi Pro Teams.t.
8Maarten Van TrijpTeam LottoNL - Jumbos.t.
9Silvio HerklotzIsrael Cycling Academys.t.
10Hossein AlizadehBurgos - BHs.t.
Vuelta a Andalucia 2020
Final overall standings
1Wilco KeldermanTeam Katusha-Alpecin15h48'41"
2Lachlan MortonTeam Sky+ 2'18"
3Clément ChevrierAG2R La Mondiale+ 2'34"
4Merhawi KudusTeam Dimension Data+ 3'56"
5Tom DumoulinBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 4'06"
6Winner AnaconaTeam Sky+ 4'41"
7Ion Izagirre i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvĂ­a-RTPi Pro Team+ 5'02"
8Alexey VermeulenTeam Sky+ 6'00"
9Rafal MajkaBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 6'21"
10Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Team+ 6'40"
Vuelta a Andalucia 2020
Jersey winners
i.imgur.com/efHu9DX.png Overall Wilco KeldermanTeam Katusha-Alpecin
i.imgur.com/vsUPMd5.png Points Wouter WippertMovistar Team
i.imgur.com/nh1Xtes.png Mountain Alexey VermeulenTeam Sky
i.imgur.com/36f9EOZ.png Young Sam OomenTeam Dimension Data
Best team: Team Sky

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Tamijo
Case closed, ok race but no party.
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Kiserlovski01
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Case closed, ok race but no party.


Nothing to write home about indeed.
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i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne (1.1) i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png
Flanders, 203.1 kms
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Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne
Latest editions
201920182017
1.Alexander Kristoff1.Lukas Spengler1.Jasper Stuyven
2.Bert de Backer2.Alexey Tsatevitch2.Jens Debusschere
3.Xandro Meurisse3.Bert De Backer3.JĂĽrgen Roelandts
Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne 2020
Race profile
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Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne 2020
Top riders
Sam Bennett John Degenkolb Tiesj Benoot
Caleb Ewan Jens Keukeleire David Helling
Arnaud Demare Alexander Kristoff Yves Lampaert
Wouter Wippert Jasper Stuyven Niki Terpstra
Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne 2020
Team lineup
A. BayarriM. MartĂ­nezA. MendigainI. Olivares
N. OliveiraN. PadillaV. PinheiralF. Zurlo

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Kiserlovski01
i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne (1.1) i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png
Flanders, 203.1 kms
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Story of the Day
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Leopard's Mattia Frapporti was the only attacker for a while, until he was joined by Rohan Dennis and Massimo Vanderaerden. They arrived at the first climb of the heuvelzone, La Houppe, with a gap of almost 5 minutes.
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The trio lost 3'30" over the next 10 kms. Atop the cobbled Kruisberg, the pack caught sight of the escapees, with still 95 kilometers left to Kuurne.
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An elite group with Benoot, Terpstra, Helling caught up with the break on the Oude Kwaremont. The newly-formed 12-man lead group gained 52".
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Chasers came back when the pace dropped. Among them were Federico Zurlo and NĂ©lson Oliveira. The next up Tiegemberg wasn't the hardest.
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In the meantime, our sprinter MartĂ­nez sat suck in the pack, 2'45" back.
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Lotto-Soudal outnumbered the other teams in the front group. Their pace was the reason why Oliveira and Zurlo both lost contact with the group.
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While we spent the last 35 km away from the fore, 13 riders sprinted for the win. A very confident Kristoff created a gap, prior to a proper launch.
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Things almost did work out, until Caleb Ewan surpassed him on the final hectometers. Arnaud Demare claimed the third and lowest podium place.
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MartĂ­nez was our first rider to cross the finish, more than four min later.
Kuurne - Brussel - Kuurne 2020
Race results
1Caleb EwanTeam Dimension Data4h30'26"
2Alexander KristoffMovistar Teams.t.
3Arnaud DemareTeam Sunwebs.t.
4Jasper StuyvenLotto - Soudals.t.
5John DegenkolbTeam Sunwebs.t.
6Taylor PhinneyTeam Skys.t.
7Sam BennettGroupama-FDJs.t.
8Jimmy DuquennoyVeranda's Willems-Crelans.t.
9Yves LampaertQuick-Step Floorss.t.
10Edward TheunsLotto - Soudals.t.
……………
28Manuel MartĂ­nez i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvĂ­a-RTPi Pro Team+ 4'19"

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i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png GP Le Samyn (1.1) i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png
Hainaut, 204.1 kms
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GP Le Samyn
Latest editions
201920182017
1.Elia Favilli1.Xandro Meurisse1.Tom Veelers
2.Jasha SĂĽtterlin2.Dean Jukic2.Alexander Krieger
3.Jens Debusschere3.Nino Honigh3.Jonas Van Genechten
GP Le Samyn 2020
Race profile
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GP Le Samyn 2020
Top riders
Phil Bauhaus Jasha SĂĽtterlin Victor Campenaerts
Edward Theuns Louis Rohde Stijn Vandenbergh
Xandro Meurisse André Looij Ramon Sinkeldam
GP Le Samyn 2020
Team lineup
E.L. CortesM. MartĂ­nezA. MendigainJ.S. Molano
I. OlivaresN. PadillaV. PinheiralF. Zurlo

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i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png GP Le Samyn (1.1) i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png
Hainaut, 204.1 kms
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Story of the Day
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Mathias Van Gompel and Sebastian Deckert spent the whole day riding in front. At the start of the local circuit, spiced up with the cobbles of la Rue Roquette, the two leaders had an advantage of 2'15" over a intact bunch.
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Everything came back together with still two laps and 50 kilometers left.
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On the final lap, Andre Looij accelerated from a thinned bunch. Greg Van Avermaet came to the front, with the intention to reel in the Dutch rider.
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Van Avermaet quit when no one wanted to help, and André Looij rode to a unthreatened win. Martínez and a tired Cortes finished in group four.
GP Le Samyn 2020
Race results
1André LooijTeam LottoNL - Jumbo4h39'50"
2Jasha SĂĽtterlinTeam Sunweb+ 1'20"
3Phil BauhausTeam Sunwebs.t.
4Amauri CapiotVeranda's Willems-Crelan+ 1'42"
5Greg Van AvermaetBMC Racing Teams.t.
6Sjoerd Van GinnekenDelta Cycling Rotterdams.t.
7Jaap KooijmanTEAM De Jonge Renner+ 1'59"
8Rudy MolardTeam Sunwebs.t.
9Oliver NaesenBMC Racing Teams.t.
10Alexis GougeardQuick-Step Floorss.t.
……………
12Manuel MartĂ­nez i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvĂ­a-RTPi Pro Teams.t.

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Tamijo
Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne:
Those kind races are very hard if you haven’t got a super top-top team to lead your sprinter back to the front, or a cobbler to stay with the best all the way.

GP Le Samyn:
Better, but even in a bunch sprint hard if your sprinters legs are terrorised by the stone sections.
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Kiserlovski01
Tamijo wrote:
Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne:
Those kind races are very hard if you haven’t got a super top-top team to lead your sprinter back to the front, or a cobbler to stay with the best all the way.

GP Le Samyn:
Better, but even in a bunch sprint hard if your sprinters legs are terrorised by the stone sections.


Painful at times how our shortcomings for this kind of hard races are revealed. Hopefully the presence of Cortes on the upcoming ones will make a difference.
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Kiserlovski01
i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Strade Bianche (1.HC) i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png
Toscana, 199.8 kms
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Story of the Day
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Edoardo used the first strade climb to bridge to the breakaway. The trio he joined consisted of Marcel Wyss, Dalivier Ospina and a struggling Luca Barla. As seen in the background, Kirill Pozdnyakov was left behind early.
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Barla was the next to lose contact. A camera man captured this amazing shot on the Montepulciano climb halfway. Gap at 3'45" with 80 km to go.
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Inside the last 40, the other two escapees finally started to cooperate. As the first Montalcino ascent was up next, the advantage dropped to 2'20".
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The climb itself was too tough for Wyss and soon afterwards Ospina had to let go as well. Dust, bikes and cars made it hard to spot the pack, but the race radio put them at 55". A Sagan acceleration was mentioned too.
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The Slovak couldn't break away, but he did end up inside an elite group. Sole leader Edoardo kept 45" as Ruben and Eder sat in the third group.
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Edoardo was caught after which Ghilardi accelerated on the penultimate climb. The elite group of six did stay together. All six names: D. Ghilardi alongside W. Poels, P. Sagan, M. Kwiatkowski, J. Arredondo, T.J. Slagter.
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Ahead of the last climb, Petr Vakoc joined the fun. The road was so steep all riders kept their kick for the ultimate 400m of the road to Montalcino.
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Wout Poels timing was perfect as he secured Italy's main HC classic. Our riders paid for their efforts on the road and concluded outside the top 10.
Strade Bianche 2020
Race results
01Wout PoelsTeam Sky5h07'08"
02Michal KwiatkowskiBahrain Merida Pro Teams.t.
03Julian ArredondoBora-Hansgrohes.t.
04Peter SaganTeam Dimension Datas.t.
05Tom SlagterTeam Dimension Datas.t.
06Danilo GhilardiTeam Dimension Datas.t.
07Jordi SimĂłnBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 31"
08Petr VakocMitchelton-Scott+ 43"
09Jan HirtQuick-Step Floors+ 1'03"
10Kenny ElissondeBMC Racing Team+ 1'17"
11Edoardo Zardini i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvĂ­a-RTPi Pro Team+ 1'50"
12Eduardo SepulvedaBMC Racing Teams.t.
13Alejandro ValverdeMovistar Teams.t.
14Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvía-RTPi Pro Team+ 2'19"
15Kevin LedanoisTeam Katusha-Alpecin+ 2'31"

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sutty68
A great day out in the break for Edoardo Smile
 
Tamijo
ya Edoardo working hard and got away with a fine result.
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Kiserlovski01
sutty68 wrote:
A great day out in the break for Edoardo Smile
Tamijo wrote:
ya Edoardo working hard and got away with a fine result.


Saved the day really, given the fact our team leaders missed the cut. Wink
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Paris-Nice (2.UWT)
France, 8 stages
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Paris-Nice
Latest editions
201920182017
1.Wilco Kelderman1.Julian Alaphilippe1.Alberto Contador
2.Tejay Van Garderen2.Michal Kwiatkowski2.Warren Barguil
3.Gianluca Brambilla3.Adam Yates3.Romain Bardet
Paris-Nice 2020
Stages
1.i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png 4.6km2.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 185km3.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 178km4.i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 215km
5.i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 166km6.i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 179km7.i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 195km8.i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 123km
Paris-Nice 2020
Top riders
Overall:Sprints:Other:
Nairo Quintana Marcel Kittel Taylor Phinney
Davide Formolo Nacer Bouhanni Tony Gallopin
Adam Yates Moreno Hofland Tom Dumoulin
Fabio Aru Niccolo Bonifazio Valérien Galtier
Vincenzo Nibali Mark Cavendish David Helling
Paris-Nice 2020
Team lineup
E. ChávarriM. MartínezJ.S. MolanoD. Ochoa
I. OlivaresV. PinheiralD. QuintanaS. Vandenborre

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