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sutty68
Got a feeling its going to be a yates victory Frown
 
valverde321
Good job grabbing the KOM with Quintana and good luck for Suisse, maybe one or both of the Izagirres can do well.
 
Kiserlovski01
Tamijo wrote:
Time Flies :lol:


They'll probably keep spending time together though. Pfft

sutty68 wrote:
Got a feeling its going to be a yates victory Frown


They should both be in decent form already ahead of Le Tour, so that's definitely possible. Smile

valverde321 wrote:
Good job grabbing the KOM with Quintana and good luck for Suisse, maybe one or both of the Izagirres can do well.


Thank you. Ion just came back after some time off and he'll probably deal with some fatigue on the first stages. As for Gorka, he's mainly serving as a domestique in the autumn of his career. I'm sure he'll remain a good support in his very last races as a pro.
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DB edit:
Only recently, I stumbled upon the fact that the Ecuadorian rider I have in my team, is actually riding for Education First irl now. Jonathan Klever is actually Jonathan Klever Caicedo Cepeda, which means Klever isn't his surname, it's Caicedo. For that reason I edited the DB. Don't be surprised when this name pops up seemingly out of nowhere.

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Kiserlovski01
Tour de Suisse (2.UWT)


i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png Stage 1 :: 6.3 kms
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The city of Genève hosted the entirely flat 6.3 km prologue. We'd never appear anywhere near the top of the time table.

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Brazilian champion Cortes was our best man on the day, yet he still finished 41" slower than the winner. It was Michael Matthews who blew the opposition away, as everyone bar Dumoulin lost 12" or more.


1Michael MatthewsTeam Dimension Data7'55"
2Tom DumoulinBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 2"
3Alex DowsettMovistar Team+ 12"
4Tom BohliBMC Racing Teams.t.
5Taylor PhinneyTeam Sky+ 13"
6Mads WĂĽrtz SchmidtTeam ColoQuick-Cult+ 16"
7Michal KwiatkowskiBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 17"
8Bob JungelsBORA - hansgrohe+ 19"
9Nacer BouhanniTeam Dimension Datas.t.
10Lars BoomTeam Sky+ 20"
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77Ednaldo Luiz Cortes i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvĂ­a-RTPi Pro Team+ 41"


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 2 :: 184.2 kms
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The second stage had a predictable course. It did take long for a breakaway though. It had taken so much out the escapees to go clear, that there was only one left after the KoM sprint. Gorka Izagirre bridged the gap to Lotto's Kenny Goossens, but both got caught inside the last 10 kilometers.

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The bunch sprint got a surprising winner in Romain Cardis, who narrowly got the better of Marcel Kittel. For the Frenchman it was his biggest win so far, spending a second stint with (Groupama-)FDJ. For us, Alberto Bayarri's 7th place was a pleasant surprise.


1Romain CardisGroupama - FDJ3h53'43"
2Marcel KittelTeam Sunwebs.t.
3Kenneth Van RooyLotto Soudals.t.
4Eduard-Michael GrosuBORA - hansgrohes.t.
5Alexander KristoffMovistar Teams.t.
6Michael MatthewsTeam Dimension Datas.t.
7Alberto Bayarri i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvĂ­a-RTPi Pro Teams.t.
8Andrea GuardiniTeam Katusha - Alpecins.t.
9Elia VivianiAstana Pro Teams.t.
10Zico WaeytensLotto Soudals.t.


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 3 :: 160.9 kms
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First test in the mountains. We didn't know what to expect with regards to leaders' form. Today would decide who we'll be riding for during the rest of the race.

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Two climbs in, Francesc Palmero attacked the pack to join the break. Teklehaimanot and him were the strongest and survived until Simon Yates' acceleration. The Brit got away with a few men, some of which were dropped. He beat the others for the stage and the yellow jersey.

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Eder Chávarri kept up with the E3 on Col de Chasseral. He had a hard time when the sprint was opened, but he clung on to the back of the group. He came home in 12th place.


1Simon YatesBORA - hansgrohe4h34'10"
2Thibaut PinotDeceuninck - Quick Steps.t.
3Mikel LandaBahrain Merida Pro Teams.t.
4Rafal MajkaBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 27"
5Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Team+ 1'49"
6Bob JungelsBORA - hansgrohe+ 2'40"
7Robert KiserlovskiMitchelton-Scotts.t.
8Edward RavasiTeam Katusha - Alpecins.t.
9Jakob FuglsangTeam Dimension Datas.t.
10Diego RubioTeam Katusha - Alpecins.t.


Tour de Suisse 2020
GC after stage 3
1Simon YatesBORA - hansgrohe8h36'16"
2Thibaut PinotDeceuninck - Quick Step+ 4"
3Mikel LandaBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 22"
4Rafal MajkaBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 38"
5Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Team+ 1'56"
6Bob JungelsBORA - hansgrohe+ 2'31"
7Jakob FuglsangTeam Dimension Data+ 2'39"
8Danilo GhilardiTeam Dimension Data+ 2'41"
9Diego RubioTeam Katusha - Alpecin+ 2'49"
10Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvía-RTPi Pro Team+ 3'05"
i.imgur.com/QnV0VyW.pngSimon Yatesi.imgur.com/y0FQ361.pngDaniel Teklehaimanoti.imgur.com/4E8MLHZ.pngSimon Yatesi.imgur.com/oLQQWG0.pngDanilo Ghilardi
 
Tamijo
A strong field here and good job from Eder Chávarri to hold a top 10 in the GC after the first mountains.
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sutty68
Been a difficult start for the team in Switzerland but hopefully that will change by the end of the race Wink
 
Kiserlovski01
Tamijo wrote:
A strong field here and good job from Eder Chávarri to hold a top 10 in the GC after the first mountains.


True, many good climbers chose to race in Switzerland this year. Very happy with how Chávarri performed on the first mountain stage. With Izagirre struck by fatigue, it might be a unique chance to show he's capable of serving as a leader himself.

sutty68 wrote:
Been a difficult start for the team in Switzerland but hopefully that will change by the end of the race Wink


The prologue as always going to hurt us, but we've already bounced back nicely. Smile
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Kiserlovski01
Tour de Suisse (2.UWT)


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 4 :: 111.1 kms
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The short fourth stage would lead the riders to Basel, over a mainly flat course. At first, we couldn't get a man inside the break.

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Cortes did bridge, but that he paid for after the only climb of the day. He lost contact close to the start of the local circuit.

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The very high pace inside the final kilometers caused for some sprinters to break clear. The breakaway competed for the stage win with them, but none of them could beat fresher legs. Michael Matthews denied Zico Waeytens on the last 50 meters.

GC wise, the most noteworthy thing was a crash in the descent after the mountain sprint. Yellow jersey Simon Yates and Diego Rubio were involved. The latter retiring made Chávarri move up into 9th.

1Michael MatthewsTeam Dimension Data2h23'05"
2Zico WaeytensLotto Soudals.t.
3Caleb EwanTeam Dimension Datas.t.
4Marcel KittelTeam Sunwebs.t.
5Matteo TrentinBORA - hansgrohes.t.
6Alex DowsettMovistar Teams.t.
7Sven FlĂĄTeam ColoQuick-Cults.t.
8Miguel BryonMitchelton-Scotts.t.
9Alberic CrapaLotto Soudals.t.
10Nacer BouhanniTeam Dimension Datas.t.


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 5 :: 202.8 kms
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Gonçalves sat in the break on stage 5, the longest one. Their gap quickly grew to 8', but the peloton had many kilometers left to cut it down.

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Our man was the strongest on a bump 20 kms from the line, but the pack had already come too close. The 40" gap wouldn't suffice.

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Kittel opened the chaotic sprint powerfully, but Matthews' timing was exquisite. The Australian made it two in a row.

1Michael MatthewsTeam Dimension Data4h23'31"
2Marcel KittelTeam Sunwebs.t.
3Eduard-Michael GrosuBORA - hansgrohes.t.
4Tiesj BenootLotto Soudals.t.
5Romain CardisGroupama - FDJs.t.
6Peter SaganTeam Dimension Datas.t.
7Caleb EwanTeam Dimension Datas.t.
8Jasper BovenhuisTeam Sunwebs.t.
9Romain GuyotCCC Teams.t.
10Elia VivianiAstana Pro Teams.t.


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 6 :: 176 kms
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It was the climber's move again on stage six, the first of three consecutive mountain stage.

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For us, only Chávarri made the cut on the cat.1 Sattelegg Pass. A lot of big names were missing from the GC group that remained.

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Pardo's acceleration on the cat.2 Ibergeregg Pass was too much for Eder. Only Sagan, Benoot and GC leader Simon Yates followed.

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Sagan wiped the floor with the others in the sprint, securing his fourth win of the season.; Simon Yates did great business in the overall standings. Behind them, Chávarri rode to a 5th place and gained 3 spots in the GC. He's also the new wearer of the green young rider jersey.


1Peter SaganTeam Dimension Data4h22'35"
2Tiesj BenootLotto Soudals.t.
3Simon YatesBORA - hansgrohes.t.
4Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Teams.t.
5Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvía-RTPi Pro Team+ 1'22"
6Lawson CraddockBORA - hansgrohes.t.
7Wout PoelsTeam Skys.t.
8Fabio AruTeam Sky+ 2'24"
9Matej MohoricTeam ColoQuick-Cults.t.
10Thibaut PinotDeceuninck - Quick Steps.t.


Tour de Suisse 2020
GC after stage 6
1Simon YatesBORA - hansgrohe19h45'47"
2Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Team+ 2'00"
3Thibaut PinotDeceuninck - Quick Step+ 2'32"
4Mikel LandaBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 4'04"
5Rafal MajkaBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 4'20"
6Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvía-RTPi Pro Team+ 4'31"
7Peter SaganTeam Dimension Data+ 5'43"
8Lawson CraddockBORA - hansgrohes.t.
9Tiesj BenootLotto Soudal+ 6'05"
10Bob JungelsBORA - hansgrohe+ 6'13"
i.imgur.com/QnV0VyW.pngSimon Yatesi.imgur.com/y0FQ361.pngMichael Matthewsi.imgur.com/4E8MLHZ.pngSimon Yatesi.imgur.com/oLQQWG0.pngEder Chávarri

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Tamijo
Stage 4-5
Michael Matthews having some great days, the boys did good fighting in the breaks but sadly just to claim some TV time.

Stage 6
Chávarri again shows some nice form when things get tough. Top 5 now seems within reach if he keep this level.
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Kiserlovski01
Tamijo wrote:
Stage 4-5
Michael Matthews having some great days, the boys did good fighting in the breaks but sadly just to claim some TV time.

Stage 6
Chávarri again shows some nice form when things get tough. Top 5 now seems within reach if he keep this level.


Not much could be done about Matthews indeed. Superb from him to win 3 stages here in Switzerland. Chávarri's showing great things as a leader here.

I hope he won't be alone too soon on the upcoming mountain stages. It's where he'll have to keep up nicely and gain time even, as he's destined to lose quite some time on the time trial.
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Kiserlovski01
i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 7 :: 151.5 kms
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The queen stage featured three high-altitude passes. We kept everybody back to support Eder as long as possible. The only GC man to sneak into the breakaway was Kiserlovski.

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Near the top of the second climb, Kiserlovski had become the last survivor. He had been joined by KoM leader Wout Poels. Given the fact Kiserlovski and Poels were both behind Eder in the standings, we could only hope the pace would go up at some point.

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When it did on the final climb, Poels had already left Kiserlovski behind, extending his lead to a dangerous extent for us. Eder kept the best climbers within range until near the top, but a new push from them kept him from catching up again.

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Today's GC group consisted of Majka, Ghilardi (Eder's main rival for the young jersey), Simon Yates and Pardo. They would gain a lot of time on the others.

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Poels rode solo to a great stage win. His gap of almost 5' also made him enter the top 10, passing Eder.

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Our man finished outside the top 10, but together with most of his rivals. The long descent sadly had allowed solid time trialists to catch up with his group. He kept the -25 lead by a mere 5".

1Wout PoelsTeam Sky4h31'46"
2Rafal MajkaBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 4'54"
3Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Teams.t.
4Danilo GhilardiTeam Dimension Datas.t.
5Simon YatesBORA - hansgrohes.t.
6Fabio AruTeam Sky+ 6'03"
7Adam YatesTeam Skys.t.
8Lawson CraddockBORA - hansgrohe+ 6'41"
9Mikel LandaBahrain Merida Pro Teams.t.
10Laurens De PlusDeceuninck - Quick Steps.t.


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 8 :: 130.6 kms
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The last mountain stage was shorter and expected to be less selective than the previous one.

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Ion Izagirre joined the breakaway, which was already caught halfway onto the HC San Bernardinopass. Though the pace was not crazy high, it was enough to expose GC 3rd Majka having his usual day off.

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Adam Yates rode away with Landa and Ghilardi on the last climb, only to leave them and previous attacker David Per behind. Ghilardi getting dropped meant Chávarri would maybe be able to catch his rival again.

Adam Yates made it two in a row for his team. Unless someone wins tomorrow's time trial, it's going to be the very last victory while it's still called Team Sky.

His brother Simon came second and has the overall win as good as secured.

Eder couldn't get back to Ghilardi. Thanks to Majka's downfall, he did remain 7th. Even before the concluding stage, we could assume he'd finish there too...

1Adam YatesTeam Sky3h22'18"
2Simon YatesBORA - hansgrohe+ 49"
3Wout PoelsTeam Skys.t.
4Mikel LandaBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 59"
5Maxime Le LavandierAG2R La Mondiales.t.
6Thibaut PinotDeceuninck - Quick Steps.t.
7Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Teams.t.
8David PerAkros - Renfer SA+ 1'18"
9Danilo GhilardiTeam Dimension Datas.t.
10Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvía-RTPi Pro Team+ 2'07"



i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png Stage 9 :: 20.8 kms
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This year's time trial was entirely flat. Just like in the prologue, all our of riders finished way down the field. Ion Izagirre was our fastest man and still lost 1'54" on the winner.

Mads WĂĽrtz Schmidt had the best time for a while and almost landed a huge stage win for ColoQuick. Jungels was the first to beat his time, after which Dumoulin secured a clear win.


1Tom DumoulinBahrain Merida Pro Team25'48"
2Bob JungelsBORA - hansgrohe+ 16"
3Mads WĂĽrtz SchmidtTeam ColoQuick-Cult+ 17"
4Taylor PhinneyTeam Sky+ 23"
5Danilo GhilardiTeam Dimension Data+ 28"
6Michal KwiatkowskiBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 30"
7Tejay Van GarderenTeam Skys.t.
8Alex DowsettMovistar Team+ 32"
9Mathias Van GompelTrek - Segafredo+ 35"
10Casper FolsachTeam ColoQuick-Cult+ 36"


Tour de Suisse 2020
Final overall standings
1Simon YatesBORA - hansgrohe28h12'03"
2Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Team+ 3'15"
3Thibaut PinotDeceuninck - Quick Step+ 4'46"
4Wout PoelsTeam Sky+ 5'43"
5Danilo GhilardiTeam Dimension Data+ 6'39"
6Mikel LandaBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 7'26"
7Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/T69x1WC.pngRuralvía-RTPi Pro Team+ 9'15"
8Adam YatesTeam Sky+ 11'44"
9Rafal MajkaBahrain Merida Pro Team+ 12'14"
10Fabio AruTeam Sky+ 12'51"
Tour de Suisse 2020
Jersey winners
i.imgur.com/QnV0VyW.png Overall Simon YatesBora - hansgrohe
i.imgur.com/y0FQ361.png Points Michael MatthewsTeam Dimension Data
i.imgur.com/4E8MLHZ.png Mountain Wout PoelsTeam Sky
i.imgur.com/oLQQWG0.png Young Danilo GhilardiTeam Dimension Data
Best team: Team Sky


Next up:
National Championships

Edited by Kiserlovski01 on 17-05-2019 12:30
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valverde321
Well looks like Sutty's prediction came true with one of the Yates bros winning. I think 7th is a great result, and hopefully you can win a couple NCs and get some cool jerseys to wear.
 
Tamijo
Fine result from Chávarri especially considering that he was bound to lose time in the ITT.
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Kiserlovski01
valverde321 wrote:
Well looks like Sutty's prediction came true with one of the Yates bros winning. I think 7th is a great result, and hopefully you can win a couple NCs and get some cool jerseys to wear.


It did. A deserved win too for Simon, as he won the first mountain stage and made the cut each time. Adam was never in the mix after his crash on stage 3.
Very pleased with 7th for Chávarri. Don't think he could have done better with only few support in the mountains.

NCs are always a fun time of the season, looking forward to race the American ones for the first time. Also, it's time to finally grab that Spanish jersey. Wink

Tamijo wrote:
Fine result from Chávarri especially considering that he was bound to lose time in the ITT.


Guerreiro came fourth last year I think, and it's always nice to have a man challenge for a good spot.

Ion Izagirre wasn't good enough yet, but was good to witness Eder step up and secure his first major GC result on the WT level.
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sutty68
Chávarri did well to maintain his top ten finish Wink
 
Kiserlovski01
sutty68 wrote:
Chávarri did well to maintain his top ten finish Wink


Sure he did. A nice prediction of the overall winner from you as well. Wink
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sutty68
Kiserlovski01 wrote:
sutty68 wrote:
Chávarri did well to maintain his top ten finish Wink


Sure he did. A nice prediction of the overall winner from you as well. Wink


Makes a change :lol:
 
Kiserlovski01
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Tour de France in Africa :: route revealed
July 1st, 2020
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Swartberg Pass will be the main difficulty of the 16th stage.
We are just a couple weeks away from Le Grand DĂ©part and finally ASO has publicly revealed the riders' whereabouts for the next few weeks.


Grand-Baie, a modest coastal village in the isle nation of Mauritius, will get the honour of hosting the 5.4 km prologue. Two more stages will allow the riders to explore the island further, before moving to the African mainland. A transfer will be made to Johannesburg, South Africa.
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The mainland's southernmost state will be the setting for most of the remaining stages. A relatively easy first week concludes with the first summit finish on the 1,945m Mariepskop, near the Mozambique border.

Week 2 kicks of with a mountain stage finishing in Mbabane, capital city of the neighbouring country Swaziland. Two easier stages later, back to back mountain stages await the riders. One of them takes the riders to the AfriSki resort.
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A last transfer brings what's left of the pack to the seaport city of Port Elizabeth. From there, a challenging last week in the west of the country starts. It features three hilly stages, two more summit finishes and two demanding time trials.
After 23 days, the race will conclude with a flat stage around Cape Town.
Race maps and stage profiles are available below:

Maps:Profiles:
MauritiusMainlandWeek 1Week 2Week 3


Spoiler
Major credits to aidvanvn13 for the route and tsmoha for creating the stage for this race. Thank you both!

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