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Caja Rural '20 | TDF (9/21)
Kiserlovski01
sutty68 wrote:
Two in the first eight was a good result Wink and nice to see Zardini stretching his legs in the break Wink


At long last Ruben had the good day he had been waiting for, Fiorenzo rode brilliantly too. Edoardo was strong but the GC riders were too keen on making this stage count. Wink
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Kiserlovski01
Giro d'Italia (2.GT) i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png
Stage 17/21, 184.2 kms
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The Fight for Pink
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It's often a good idea to join the breakaway on an easier stage coming at the back of a tough one. As the pack wouldn't let Battaglin go, Oliveira became our designated man in front for the day. He sat in a group of 12.
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Back in the pack, Zardini crashed on a roundabout. Down with him was Maglia Rosa Landa. Whilst he got up quickly, we have seen crashes affect the performance of men that are ranked high in the GC standings before.
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Speaking of those, Vincenzo Nibali was still dealing with the afterpains of his crash. He was dropped from the peloton near the intermediate sprint.
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The bunch reduced the pace, which allowed seven of the initial escapees to carry a promising lead into the downhill. Oliveira was still with them.
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Rohan Dennis' attack came when Nelson was taking a breather after he set the pace on the climb. None of the others in the group reacted either.
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Dennis' win left an extra sour taste in our mouths, because Oliveira won the sprint for second, as the sprinters missed the chance to score points.
Giro d'Italia 2020
Stage 17
1Rohan DennisTeam Sky4h05'30"
2Nelson Oliveira i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvía-RTPi Pro Team+ 26"
3Jack HaigTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
4Arnaud DemareTeam Sunwebs.t.
5Boris ValléeLotto Soudals.t.
6Joey RosskopfEF Education First Pro Teams.t.
7Magnus Cort NielsenBORA - hansgrohes.t.
8Nicolas VereeckenBMC Racing Teams.t.
9Romain CardisGroupama - FDJs.t.
10Sonny ColbrelliMovistar Teams.t.
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160Vincenzo NibaliAstana Pro Team+ 6'41"
Giro d'Italia 2020
Overall standings
1Mikel LandaBahrain Merida Pro Team68h41'34"
2Davide FormoloAG2R La Mondiale+ 6'22"
3Miguel Angel LopezDeceuninck - Quick Step+ 12'51"
4Leopold KönigTeam Dimension Data+ 12'59"
5Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvía-RTPi Pro Team+ 14'35"
6Pierre-Roger LatourBORA - hansgrohe+ 21'03"
7Bauke MollemaTeam Sunweb+ 23'39"
8Rodrigo ContrerasBORA - hansgrohe+ 25'16"
9Vincenzo NibaliAstana Pro Team+ 32'45"
10Lachlan MortonTeam Sky+ 33'51"
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sutty68
Very good result for Nelson Wink
 
Kiserlovski01
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Very good result for Nelson Wink


Strong ride from him again indeed. Sad to see him come up short for the stage win though.
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Kiserlovski01
Giro d'Italia (2.GT) i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png
Stage 18/21, 196.3 kms
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The Fight for Pink
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Under a bright sun, a breakaway of 13 with Fiorenzo Colla broke clear.
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Fiorenzo let go on Valico di Capo la Serra, the final categorised climb. A little further ahead, Kruijswijk rode away from Teshome, Guo & Mannion.
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Bahrain had been reluctant to pace on the penultimate - Calascio - climb, and on the next the reason why got revealed. The Maglia Rosa was about to get dropped from the pack! Yesterday's crash may be the explanation.
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No team was eager to increase the pace, hence why we did. Sam towed the group over the top where the overall group caught up with Fiorenzo.
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At the same time, a pink star was fading fast. With the time gap at 3'25" already, his lead didn't look as reassuring as it did a couple of hours ago.
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When Fiorenzo was done too, Ruben tried a move on the long descent. As is mostly the case our rivals suddenly did want to have their say now.
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They had the same reaction when Davide Formolo attacked on La Morgia, a short climb just outside L'Aquila. The Italian would not get away either.
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Due to the accelerations, the two remaining escapees suddenly sat within reach. Meron Teshome and Jin Guo both represented a nation for which a Grand Tour stage win would be truly historical. They had a lead of 30" at the foot of the last climb, but they both kept waiting for other to act first.
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The two of them ended up being pipped by Leopold König, who gained a handful of seconds over the others. Ironically, Teshome and Guo finished in second and third spot respectively. And whereas an earthquake struck the town of L'Aquila in 2009, today only the overall standings took a hit.

Landa did hold on to his jersey, but it is not the best sign to have an off day with two ascents of Monte Terminillo included in the upcoming stage.
Giro d'Italia 2020
Stage 18
1Leopold KönigTeam Dimension Data4h53'21"
2Meron TeshomeGroupama - FDJ+ 14"
3Jin GuoCCC Teams.t.
4Davide FormoloAG2R La Mondiales.t.
5Lachlan MortonTeam Skys.t.
6Robert PowerLotto Soudals.t.
7Bauke MollemaTeam Sunwebs.t.
8Miguel Angel LopezDeceuninck - Quick Steps.t.
9Vladislav GorbunovAstana Pro Teams.t.
10Rodrigo ContrerasBORA - hansgrohes.t.
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51Mikel LandaBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 6'31"
Giro d'Italia 2020
Overall standings
1Mikel LandaBahrain Merida Pro Team73h41'26"
2Davide FormoloAG2R La Mondiale+ 5"
3Leopold KönigTeam Dimension Data+ 6'18"
4Miguel Angel LopezDeceuninck - Quick Step+ 6'34"
5Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvía-RTPi Pro Team+ 8'18"
6Pierre-Roger LatourBORA - hansgrohe+ 14'46"
7Bauke MollemaTeam Sunweb+ 17'22"
8Rodrigo ContrerasBORA - hansgrohe+ 18'59"
9Vincenzo NibaliAstana Pro Team+ 27'31"
10Lachlan MortonTeam Sky+ 27'34"
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Tamijo
Great read that stage 16

Lets stick to that top 5 or better Wink should be safe if not exploding compleetly.
A very interesting GC ‚Äď just 5‚ÄĚ after 18 days.

Sorry for Vincenzo such bad fortune Sad

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Kiserlovski01
Tamijo wrote:
Great read that stage 16

Lets stick to that top 5 or better Wink should be safe if not exploding compleetly.
A very interesting GC ‚Äď just 5‚ÄĚ after 18 days.

Sorry for Vincenzo such bad fortune Sad


Felt good to leave some men behind in our turn on stage 16.

Our top 5 seems to be safe but judging by the last days I probably shouldn't boast until we reach Rome. Wink

Very unfortunate for both Nibali and Landa. Could cost them a podium and the overall win respectively.
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sutty68
Was nice to see the guys giving it a go even if there was no reward in the end Frown
 
Kiserlovski01
sutty68 wrote:
Was nice to see the guys giving it a go even if there was no reward in the end Frown


Hard work doesn't always pay off. Sad
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Kiserlovski01
Giro d'Italia (2.GT) i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png
Stage 19/21, 174.4 kms
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The Fight for Pink
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A breakaway of twelve took of before the first climb. Bahrain and AG2R's joint work kept the gap at 2 min at the foot of the first Terminillo ascent.
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Kruijswijk and Arredondo were the strongest in front. The Dutchman also moved into the provisional mountain jersey on the summit; 4' lead now.
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The GC contenders' group only lost Mollema (7th) on the way up. Ruben came through a rough patch of his own, not the most pleasant sign at all.
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GC 10th Lachlan Morton surprisingly attacked early on today's last climb, which was a different side of Monte Terminillo. Ruben would look for his own pace right away, yet Landa seemed to bounce back after yesterday.
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Seven kms from the line, a group caught up with Morton and Arredondo, the last man from the break. Mikel Landa did start to struggle on the dirt road. Davide Formolo, challenger number one, was nowhere to be seen.
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After Landa lost contact, Pinot and Arredondo were a great help for their respective leaders, López and Contreras. Landa sat 58" down, Guerreiro came at 3'30", but he'd started to climb his way past quite a lot of riders.
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Thibaut Pinot won the group sprint. Winning the very last mountain stage should somewhat make up for the fact that he lost his GC chances early, after being involved in multiple crashes during the first week.

Landa lost time to the right man today. He also finished just 50" behind López.
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Guerreiro rode a very steady climb and finished in front of Formolo. He came home in the same time as Leopold König, the man he had hoped to gain time on today. Sadly that was more than his legs allowed him to do.
Giro d'Italia 2020
Stage 19
1Thibaut PinotDeceuninck - Quick Step4h49'43"
2Rodrigo ContrerasBORA - hansgrohe+ 13"
3Miguel Angel LopezDeceuninck - Quick Steps.t.
4Lachlan MortonTeam Skys.t.
5Julian ArredondoBORA - hansgrohes.t.
6Rafal MajkaBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 53"
7Vladislav GorbunovAstana Pro Teams.t.
8Mikel LandaBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 1'03"
9Steven KruijswijkMitchelton-Scott+ 1'30"
10Merhawi KudusTeam Dimension Data+ 2'18"
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13Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvía-RTPi Pro Team+ 2'30"
Giro d'Italia 2020
Overall standings
1Mikel LandaBahrain Merida Pro Team78h32'12"
2Davide FormoloAG2R La Mondiale+ 2'03"
3Miguel Angel LopezDeceuninck - Quick Step+ 5'40"
4Leopold KönigTeam Dimension Data+ 7'45"
5Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvía-RTPi Pro Team+ 9'45"
6Rodrigo ContrerasBORA - hansgrohe+ 18'03"
7Pierre-Roger LatourBORA - hansgrohe+ 18'18"
8Lachlan MortonTeam Sky+ 26'44"
9Bauke MollemaTeam Sunweb+ 28'39"
10Vincenzo NibaliAstana Pro Team+ 30'17"
i.imgur.com/7sJzapE.pngMikel Landai.imgur.com/KMZl9OZ.pngMikel Landai.imgur.com/lw5pIK3.pngSteven Kruijswijki.imgur.com/UmPDicH.pngRobert Power
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Tamijo
Ruben somewhat on the defence but pulling through a tough day, without losing time to the closes rivals, Rodrigo Contreras with a great stage but 8 min down overall.

Formolo Frown not the right day to have soft legs.

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sutty68
Ruben battling hard to keep his place on the GC Wink
 
Kiserlovski01
Tamijo wrote:
Ruben somewhat on the defence but pulling through a tough day, without losing time to the closes rivals, Rodrigo Contreras with a great stage but 8 min down overall.

Formolo Frown not the right day to have soft legs.


Surprised to have Pinot and Contreras appear in front, but there are always a few men who really step up towards the end of a GT.

Formolo will be very disappointed I think. If nothing happens on stage 20 we're in for a very interesting fight in the closing time trial.



sutty68 wrote:
Ruben battling hard to keep his place on the GC Wink


Tough day in the saddle for sure. Fortunate to have such a time gap behind him. Wink
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Kiserlovski01
Giro d'Italia (2.GT) i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png
Stage 20/21, 178.4 kms
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The Fight for Pink
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While Kruijswijk, Guo and Mannion looked to settle the KoM fight in their own favour from the break, it's a matter of remaining well-positioned for the GC contenders; the three 3rd category climbs were all trickily narrow.
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Willing to continue with fewer riders, Battaglin set the pace on Rocca di Cave, today's only cat.1 difficulty. Splits could definitely occur right now.
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A few, among others Power, lost contact. The Maglia Rosa felt relieved to see the top appear as he was clinging at the back of the 25-man peloton.
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Kruijswijk got caught on the descent but he had bagged enough points to secure the mountain jersey. This left another three escapees at the front.
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Ruben's sudden impulse, backed by Sam, put Mikel Landa under serious pressure on Rocca Priora, the penultimate climb. A little further he would open up a gap as Sam was told to sit up and let his Portuguese mate go.
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Formolo caught up on the descent. So did Majka, as the latter would ride away from his team leader. Four more riders were about to catch up too.
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The last man from the break was caught ahead of Rocca di Papa, the last obstacle of today's course. Morton's acceleration made the group split as only Majka followed. Formolo sat close, Ruben came a tad further back.
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Eventually the pace was too much for Majka, yet Formolo caught up. The Australian went too fast on the downhill though and Formolo cracked too.
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Morton's second good day in a row now got him the biggest victory of his career too. He finished more than one minute clear of his nearest chaser.
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That nearest opponent was Guerreiro, who had caught and passed the others on the downhill. The main fact: he put enough time into König to challenge for 4th overall tomorrow.

Mikel Landa paid for his second off day as he lost the Maglia Rosa for the first time in what seemed like ages.
Giro d'Italia 2020
Stage 20
1Lachlan MortonTeam Sky4h34'27"
2Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvía-RTPi Pro Team+ 1'03"
3Miguel Angel LopezDeceuninck - Quick Step+ 1'32"
4Davide FormoloAG2R La Mondiale+ 2'07"
5Rafal MajkaBahrain Merida Pro Teams.t.
6Leopold KönigTeam Dimension Data+ 2'48"
7Rodrigo ContrerasBORA - hansgrohe+ 3'47"
8Bauke MollemaTeam Sunweb+ 4'29"
9Vladislav GorbunovAstana Pro Team+ 5'29"
10Merhawi KudusTeam Dimension Datas.t.
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28Mikel LandaBahrain Merida Pro Teams.t.
Giro d'Italia 2020
Overall standings
1Davide FormoloAG2R La Mondiale83h10'49"
2Mikel LandaBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 1'19"
3Miguel Angel LopezDeceuninck - Quick Step+ 2'58"
4Leopold KönigTeam Dimension Data+ 6'23"
5Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvía-RTPi Pro Team+ 6'32"
6Rodrigo ContrerasBORA - hansgrohe+ 17'40"
7Pierre-Roger LatourBORA - hansgrohe+ 19'37"
8Lachlan MortonTeam Sky+ 22'24"
9Bauke MollemaTeam Sunweb+ 28'58"
10Robert PowerLotto Soudal+ 32'42"
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tsmoha
Morton!

And great stuff from Ruben, too. A pity, he missed out on the Top-4 so close though.
 
Tamijo
Ruben Guerreiro did very well !

Just 9" short of a GC gain. Frown - Have no idea if he can beat then out of
König on the last stage but fingers crossed.

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sutty68
Another show of strength by Ruben Smile
 
valverde321
Good luck for the final TT of the race. Depending on the daily form it could be possible to move into 4th
 
Kiserlovski01
tsmoha wrote:
Morton!

And great stuff from Ruben, too. A pity, he missed out on the Top-4 so close though.


Easily the biggest surprise of the last few days. Could've finished way higher had he been a little more consistent, but he'll be very happy with this stage win. Smile

Good to see Ruben could surprise a little too, one more stage to do something about that fifth place.

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Another show of strength by Ruben Smile


Let's hope for one more for the last stage!

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Ruben Guerreiro did very well !

Just 9" short of a GC gain. Frown - Have no idea if he can beat then out of
König on the last stage but fingers crossed.
valverde321 wrote:
Good luck for the final TT of the race. Depending on the daily form it could be possible to move into 4th


Thank you. As you both suggested, a time trial at the very end of a GT is always somewhat special. It's often a matter of freshness rather than pure TT abilities. The outcome will be up soon.
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Kiserlovski01
Giro d'Italia (2.GT) i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png
Stage 21/21, 29.2 km ITT
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The End of the Fight for Pink
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Nélson Oliveira - here on the smoothened Via Appia Antica cobbles - had good intermediate times, but couldn't improve on Lukas Meiler's time.

He finished slower by 4".
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Sam Vandenborre - here in front of the world famous Colosseum - suffered the same fate.

He finished slower by 7".
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Ruben Guerreiro - who needed to finish 9" faster than König - took it easy on the first sector. The Czech was 14" faster there.

Tables had turned at the second intermediate point - König was now 1" slower.

At the line, Guerreiro caught up with Contreras, who had started 2 mins earlier. That might indicate our man was about to set a very good time on the tables!

Look at the clock... 3" faster than Meiler! This means he made up a stunning 34" on the last part of the course! Waiting for König is all their was left...
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Davide Formolo - whose pink-brown combo looked horrendous - was the last to reach the infamous Saint Peter's Square. He almost caught up with Landa, which was more than good enough to secure his first GT win.

Remarkable:
Formolo won his home GT riding for the Pro Continental AG2R team.


Giro d'Italia 2020
Stage 21 ITT
1Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvía-RTPi Pro Team35'50"
2Lukas MeilerTeam Sunweb+ 3"
3Nelson Oliveira i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvía-RTPi Pro Team+ 7"
4Sam Vandenborre i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvía-RTPi Pro Team+ 10"
5Rohan DennisTeam Sky+ 29"
6Alexis DulinAkros - Renfer SA+ 30"
7Thomas De GendtDeceuninck - Quick Step+ 36"
8Davide FormoloAG2R La Mondiale+ 42"
9Victor CampenaertsDeceuninck - Quick Steps.t.
10Leopold KönigTeam Dimension Data+ 50"

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