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#meninlime [CT] Isostar - Adriatic #zeroturnaround
jandal7
Powerful fatty then Wink

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Croatia14
longer and more athletic you wanted to say - and the gradient is almost 0 - and that was some strong gains for Anton in a distance of 400 meters Wink
 
jandal7
Croatia14 wrote:
longer and more athletic you wanted to say - and the gradient is almost 0 - and that was some strong gains for Anton in a distance of 400 meters Wink

No, I meant fatter, look at the red lines, they're his belly Pfft
Anton has 76 acc, Salinas 72, he made 0 seconds worth of gains, maybe he wheelsucked Salinas to the line, that's all I'm saying Pfft
30/12/14 - matt17br said "Sutty's birthday is more important than [Jesus' Birthday]"
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[CX] Listerijns & Kiwis

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Croatia14
oh dear jands...still mad cause you're in behind? Pfft

well 0 seconds in PCM = what should've been a time gap if there is a difference of 4-5 bike lengths Pfft on a mountain stage Pfft
 
Croatia14
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May


April has been a turbulent month, with a disaster in our C1 trip to start with. Some good minor placings in the races we did expect not much from made up for it, so that Azerbaijan was the judge for the question if we had a good or a bad month. Good stage results but another GC disappointment made it an ok month looking at the final outcome.

Now May gives us spare opportunities for our promotion fight. We can't expect much from the flat classic in Barcelona where Mezgec will lead us. Instead Tennant will have his first chance to prove his worth in Namibia. Finally the Tour of Scotland should be a real deal for us, given the fact we have Mezgec & Antón leading us there.

Barcelona Classic

1.5.bumpyCaptain: Luka Mezgec C2HCValue:www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-1.gif

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2016/profiles/c2hc/c2hc_bcc.png

Luka MezgecLeaderGasper KatrasnikDomestique
Albert TimmerFree RoleLuka PibernikDomestique
Jempy DruckerLeadoutAksel NommelaDomestique
Siarhei PapokLeadoutMartin LaasDomestique


We have the ambition here to set up a train for Mezgec. Drucker & Papok are one of the best leadout duos in the division and should finally prove that. Moreover Timmer is here to make stuff interesting over the hills and might fight for a surprise finesseur victory. As our leader is clearly not the strongest here we also expect some agressive riding by our young guys to join a break.

Goal: Top 5

Windhoek ITT

5.5.flat ITTCaptain: Andrew Tennant C2Value:www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-5.gif

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2016/profiles/c2/c2_wdh.png

Andrew TennantLeaderGabor KasaDomestique
Martin LaasDomestique


This is our very first goal race of the season. Before the season we knew that we wanted a top-class TTist, and we have one in Andrew Tennant to compete for the victory here. In the ranking of the strongest time triallists of the division he should be #2 behind Yatsevich of Spark Project. We need a Top5 to fullfill our goal here, but we came to Namibia for a podium. On a good day maybe even more...

While our young Estonian is here only for gaining some experience, pcmdaily.com/files/Micros16/iso_ser.png Kasa in his serbian TT champion jersey should be an outside candidate for the Top10.

Sponsor Goal: Top 5
Goal: Top 3

Tour of Scotland

18.5.-22.5.tourCaptain: Igor Antón C2HCValue:www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-4.gif

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Igor AntónLeaderLuka MezgecSprinter
Albert TimmerDomestiqueGasper KatrasnikDomestique
Gabor KasaDomestiqueAksel NommelaDomestique
Egidijus JuodvalkisDomestiqueMartin LaasDomestique


This is a really, really worthful race for us and can bring us many points if we are on the right side of the luck this time. A problem could be that the only mountain stage is on the last stage, and a certain leader of ours loves to underperform on last days. He has our whole mountain support on his side for this race though, so a chance to turn the worst of luck around.

Additionally, Antón has done very well on a stage in Azerbaijan that was very similar to this years stage 2 of the tour of scotland. An opportunity to climb into the leaders jersey there? We'd swap that for finally winning a GC though of course.

Mezgec will be here without his train, as the team is focussed on our basque mountain goat. Still he should have a chance of fighting for a stage victory on stage 1 & 3 and maybe even on stage 4 if no hilly sprinters are present.

We don't expect breakaways from our domestiques this time, but instead we expect that Isostar aggressively shows theirselves at the front and makes this race ours to give our leaders the best of possible chances to deliver.

Goal: Top 3 and Stage Win
Edited by Croatia14 on 25-08-2017 16:07
 
dev4ever
Would really be about time for Anton to finally win something major. Smile

Strong teams everywhere this month, expect to see your team rack up points!
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Croatia14
dev4ever wrote:
Would really be about time for Anton to finally win something major. Smile

Strong teams everywhere this month, expect to see your team rack up points!


Indeed

I hope so, great to see you rooting for us in that term mate Smile
 
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Barcelona Classic

1.5.bumpyCaptain: Luka Mezgec C2HCValue:www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-1.gif

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Luka MezgecLeaderGasper KatrasnikDomestique
Albert TimmerFree RoleLuka PibernikDomestique
Jempy DruckerLeadoutAksel NommelaDomestique
Siarhei PapokLeadoutMartin LaasDomestique


All out for Mezgec was the plan for today. Sadly we failed the first part of the plan, sending a man up in the break. This got caught though, and as a result our next part of the plan should start off: Setting up a train for Luka. But yep, that failed again as it did over the whole season. Mezgec also couldn't show off with good position, but wasn't completely out of contension yet.

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Then Kraftwerk once again pulled out a great pace and dominated stuff until the end with a great 1-2. Our men Papok & Drucker completely failed to deliver this time, but at least Mezgec could hang on to a Top 10. And Albert "the Joker" Timmer was able to pull out some points for us as well finishing 13th.

1Andreas StauffKraftwerk Man Machine4h27'10
2Roman MaikinKraftwerk Man Machines.t.
3Simon ClarkeXero Racing p/b Octagons.t.
10Luka MezgecIsostar - Adriatics.t.


Goal: Top 5 --> failed

3.5/10

Man of the race: Albert Timmer

Retard of the race: The Leadout Train
Edited by Croatia14 on 25-08-2017 16:22
 
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Windhoek ITT

5.5.flat ITTCaptain: Andrew Tennant C2Value:www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-5.gif

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Andrew TennantLeaderGabor KasaDomestique
Martin LaasDomestique


Well a race we must deliver at. Tennant being the second-strongest CT TTist needed to achieve a good result for us here, at least a podium. Well, he didn`t, we will just qoute the report and don't say anything more about his performance:

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2016/Races/CT/Windhoek/W9.jpg


An iffy ride was what we got from pcmdaily.com/files/Micros16/iso.png Tennant: he never troubled those at the very top today. He would come home, well down for him, in 7th.


Kasa also couldn't surprise and finished 18th. That's our by far easiest goal failed, leaving us with a huge disappointment.

1Kiril YatsevichThe Spark Project p/b Bollé55'11
2Freddy CruzAeropostal Venezuela Ciclismo+ 2
3Ian StannardcycleYorkshire s/b ASDA-Savers+ 8
4Lotto PetrusFox Sports - BikeNZ Cycling+ 28
5Rick FlensFox Sports - BikeNZ Cycling+ 33
7Andrew TennantIsostar - Adriatic+ 37

Sponsor Goal: Top 5 --> failed
Goal: Top 3 --> failed

0.5/10

Man of the race: -

Retard of the race: Andrew Tennant
Edited by Croatia14 on 25-08-2017 16:21
 
whitejersey
Missing a sponsor goal by 4 seconds damn Sad
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Croatia14
whitejersey wrote:
Missing a sponsor goal by 4 seconds damn Sad


yep, couldn't be a tougher way to lose out on a goal (well, crashing) than by a margin that short...
 
Croatia14
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Tour of Scotland

18.5.-22.5.tourCaptain: Igor Antón C2HCValue:www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-4.gif

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Igor AntónLeaderLuka MezgecSprinter
Albert TimmerDomestiqueGasper KatrasnikDomestique
Gabor KasaDomestiqueAksel NommelaDomestique
Egidijus JuodvalkisDomestiqueMartin LaasDomestique


"This is a really, really worthful race for us and can bring us many points if we are on the right side of the luck this time. A problem could be that the only mountain stage is on the last stage, and a certain leader of ours loves to underperform on last days."

You couldn't call it out better. But one by one.

On stage 10 we had the classical Mezgec performance, being weaker than his leadout. Good debut.

Stage 2 could've well been a copy of Azerbaijan. Well, no. Antón lost way too much time for his hill/acceleration combination. Especially on a certain russian.

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A fantastic 44 seconds + bonus lost to the winner by Antón

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Katrasnik had a day in the break on stage 3.

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He still leads with 5 to go, heading for solo glory.

At the end of the day our young home-grown rider got caught and it was a sprint finish. Of course Luka copuldn't compete for the Top 5 there.

On stage 4 the break survived. What a surprise, this time we weren't present. And of course Mezgec sprinted well when there was nothing on the line. He came in 4th.

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Luka going well in a tight sprint for 3rd.

The final day started well:

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Day starts good - Katrasnik & Timmer in the break of the day

A fully irrational and dumb attack by our leader on the penultimate "climb" that was just a waste of energy later everyone started the climb together. So he only brought the break with 2 of our riders back and spent a useful amount of energy. Perfect.Juodvalkis then early dropped as usual. But our dutchman on a strong day, guiding the captain into the final.

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Timmer leading stuff for Antón on the last climb

But then our basque mountain goat faded big time.

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Antón choking as always on the last stage

He finished 4th, which is bad as favourite on that stage, and also meant that it would only be a 5th overall in the aftermaths. Fantastic.

1Sergei PomoshnikovMOL - OMW Petrom20h02'50
2Mark DowlingSchuh powered by Wiggle+ 55
3Serghei TvetcovcycleYorkshire s/b ASDA-Savers+ 1'14
4Andriy KhriptaNew Balance+ 1'17
5Igor AntónIsostar - Adriatic+ 1'35


Goal: Top 3 and Stage Win --> failed

1.5/10

Man of the race: Gasper Katrasnik - Some fantastic effort to come close to a breakaway victory on stage 4. That's teh spirit!

Retard of the race: Igor Antón - Could've well been Mezgec here for scoring nothing or Juodvalkis for being dropped even before it goes uphill like in almost every race, but this time it's for Antón. You can't ride these retared race tactics if you're the race favourite. He wasn't the strongest on the hilly stages though too, but with the relatively weak startlist a podium couldn't be too much to ask for. Well, it turned out that it was.
Edited by Croatia14 on 25-08-2017 16:21
 
jandal7
Really liked this update, shame about the racing Sad
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Croatia14
jandal7 wrote:
Really liked this update, shame about the racing Sad


well thanks, but I guess we're two of a kind talking about our "success" in the latest races...
 
Croatia14
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June


Looking back at the month of May we've seen various types of desasters. It says all when a 10th in a sprint race was our best result accoring to what we should've done. Our first goal race, which we thought beforehand is unfailable, was obviously a failure. And then the best possible race where our basque captain was the outright favourite wan't a complete failure, but once again he let us down on the last day and achieved much less then we needed.

From now on it's defending our good looking current position in the standings. The season of Antón is almost over, espeically after his risky attempt in Capo. Then there is a bigger chance for Drucker to save his season in a cobbled classic in Lincoln, which might be slightly too hilly for him though. The biggest race for us this time though will be, yes really, the Post Denmark Rundt, where Tennant has to show something after disappointing so far. He's got some great support on his side, which will also play a role for Mezgec, who can look for his first first victory of the season there.

Lincoln GP

6.6.cobbledCaptain: Jempy Drucker C2Value:www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-2.gif

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Jempy DruckerLeaderGasper KatrasnikDomestique
Albert TimmerDomestiqueLuka PibernikDomestique
Mikhel RäimDomestiqueAksel NommelaDomestique
Martin LaasDomestique


Yes, we have already recognized that we lack support for our captain from Luxembourg on the cobbled "streets", but no, we can't do shit about that right now. Hopefully he won't suffer under this problem once again. Or crash once again. Either way, Jempy will be on his own for scoring a decent result here. A Top 5 would do the trick for us.

Goal: Top 5

Post Danmark Rundt

9.6.-13.6.bumpy & TTCaptain: Andrew Tennant C2HCwww.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-5.gif

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Andrew TennantLeaderGabor KasaDomestique
Luka MezgecSprinterLuka PibernikDomestique
Grega BoleFree RoleAlbert TimmerDomestique
Siarhei PapokLeadoutMartin LaasDomestique


Goal race #2 for us. And we want to do nothing more than a wreckfest! Tennant clearly the guy for a podium, Kasa is the outside shot second option. Our british import's outstanding energy stats should really help him to survive the first 4 stages in time and then to still ride a competitive TT. At least we are hoping that the likes of Robert, Stannard, Sebright and Flens are sorted out until the TT, which would make life so much easier here.

Then aditionally we have a strong set-up for Mezgec, who could do something if he finally recieves a leadout from the two minor sprinters. The bumpy stages should fit him very well. Bole with another chance on the more punchy stage to add to that. We even have brought 2 breakaway specialsts in Gasper & the Joker for stage 4.

This, especially being a HC race, needs to give us tons of scoring to keep our promotion fight on the right side. If we don't achieve the sponsor goal here though I am defenitely going to cry. Out loud.

Sponsor Goal: Top 10
Goal: Top 3 + Stage Win

Giro del Capo

17.6.-22.6.allround tourCaptain: Igor Antón C2www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-2.gif

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Igor AntónLeaderGabor KasaDomestique
Grega BoleFree RoleLuka PibernikDomestique
Siarhei PapokLeadoutGasper KatrasnikDomestique
Egudijus JuodvalkisDomestiqueAksel NommelaDomestique


Call it the gamble: There are only 8 km in this race that are mountainious. And we felt that these are enough to make Antón a contender for the victory. Non of the stages really look to selective, and with his great acceleration and resistance stats we have the feeling that our basque captain can be competitive here to keep up with the peloton until the MTT and then upset the puncheurs. That is of course a gamble, but who should be able to do that if not him. Well, the toughest hilly stage is stage 6 which means that he won't win anyway.

Then we have the possibility of a rising and shining Bole, who'll surely love these up and down stages with a flat finish. If Geschke is not here and breakaways are controllable then we mostly expect a stage win from our co-captain. The other riders are just here to surprise the established ones and hurt the favourites on the hills with an attacking style of riding. Much effort here will be made to bring our basque leader in the best possible position.

Goal: Top 3 + Stage Win
Edited by Croatia14 on 25-08-2017 16:07
 
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Lincoln GP

6.6.cobbledCaptain: Jempy Drucker C2Value:www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-2.gif

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2016/profiles/c2/c2_lgp.png

Jempy DruckerLeaderGasper KatrasnikDomestique
Albert TimmerDomestiqueLuka PibernikDomestique
Mikhel RäimDomestiqueAksel NommelaDomestique
Martin LaasDomestique


Not too much to say about this race. Jempy was on behind pretty early loosing a split, but fought himself back to the fore on the way to the final hill.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2016/Races/CT/Lincoln/MG16_lincoln_1_006.jpg

But on that cobbled section he ran out of gas and couldn't stay with his 7 other companions. In the aftermaths that meant P8 for him while Pippo won the race, which is okay but not what we expected. Also we would've liked a breakaway attempt.

1Filippo PozzatoFerrero - Samruk3h58'34
2Marc De MaarCarlsberg - Danske Bank+ 9
3Leandro MarcosChiquita - Universal+ 16
8Jempy DruckerIsostar - Adriatic+ 1'02

Goal: Top 5 --> failed

2.5/10

No personal race judgements here
Edited by Croatia14 on 25-08-2017 16:21
 
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Post Danmark Rundt

9.6.-13.6.bumpy & TTCaptain: Andrew Tennant C2HCwww.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-5.gif

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2016/profiles/c2hc/c2hc_pdr.png

Andrew TennantLeaderGabor KasaDomestique
Luka MezgecSprinterLuka PibernikDomestique
Grega BoleFree RoleAlbert TimmerDomestique
Siarhei PapokLeadoutMartin LaasDomestique


Goal race #2 for us. Tennant was the guy to achieve that, and he delivered it by solid performances. He sadly couldn't hurt Yatsevich on the hills, but he stayed with (most of) the best and thus achieved a good placement for the TT. There he went solid another time, so that he concluded the race on the lowest step of the podium.

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sexy jersey & equipment, semi-sexy performance: Tennant securing the podium on the TT

Kasa with a solid performance, which would've looked far better without the stupid time loss on the hilly stage.

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Kasa on stage 5, mediocre time trial

The set-up for Mezgec couldn't be bothered by putting up a sprint train, which lead to the fact that we should've been chanceless here. Well he did a good job and came close to a surprise on the opening stage, but at the very end he sadly ran out of gas. Solid performances on the other sprints, but nothing outstanding despite the decent hilly performance on stage 3.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2016/Races/CT/Denmark/PCZ0008.jpg
Mezgec leading the run-in on the first stage

Bole and Timmer targetted stage 4 as they were only helpers onthe other days. There the couple managed to achieve soome good results, but not enough to earn enough for the workload we've done. On the other stages they were just helpers, combined with an ok time trial that at least made up for some minor GC points outside the Top10.

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2016/Races/CT/Denmark/PCZ0039.jpg
Isostar duo strong on the line, sadly only for minor places...

Sponsor Goal: Top 10 --> achieved
Goal: Top 3 + Stage Win --> failed

4/10

Man of the Race: Andrew Tennant - At least he achieved the goal in climbing on the podium this tour, which was very much needed here. His performance was clearly not outstanding though, just delivering a weigthful minimum goal for us.

Retard of the race: our timing to set the punch - Well, I don't really know. Two times our team looked very good for a stage, especially on the hilly one. The manner in which we lost that hurts even more, cause the likes of Timmer & Bole looked like they had so much more in the tank than riding home 5th and 6th...
Edited by Croatia14 on 25-08-2017 16:20
 
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Giro del Capo

17.6.-22.6.allround tourCaptain: Igor Antón C2www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-2.gif

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2016/profiles/c2/c2_gdc.png

Igor AntónLeaderGabor KasaDomestique
Grega BoleFree RoleLuka PibernikDomestique
Siarhei PapokLeadoutGasper KatrasnikDomestique
Egudijus JuodvalkisDomestiqueAksel NommelaDomestique


The breakaway attempts:

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2016/Races/CT/Capo/GD2.jpg
Pibernik on stage 2

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Juodvalkis on stage 4

The sprints:

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Bole on the podium on stage 2

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Bole winning...oh wait...ffs corrupt juries in South Africa

The GC hopes in 1 picture:

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2016/Races/CT/Capo/GG3.jpg
Antón crashed and gone on stage 4

The mighty moment:

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2016/Races/CT/Capo/P4.jpg
Why no Serbian TT NC jersey on Kasa at his best performance this year?

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2016/Races/CT/Capo/P5.jpg
The Basque wins...which makes his loss even harder...

1Igor AntónIsostar - Adriatic11'52
2Gabor KasaIsostar - Adriatic+ 11
3Chris BartonChiquita - Universal+ 16
7Egidijus JuodvalkisIsostar - Adriatic+ 22

Stage result looks good doesn't it?

This could've been a great race for us. Looking besides stage 5 everything went wrong, and looking one more time at stage 5 you see how much points would've been possible here. Stage 5 prevents this from being the worst race in the history of Isostar.

1Josue Gonzalez CortesTeam Ticos Air Costa Rica16h55'56
2Andrei GrivkoFerrero - Samruk+ 13
3Simon YatesPodium Ambition+ 24
37Grega BoleIsostar - Adriatic+ 8'07


That moment when your GC captain is there in a tough race and a sprinter is your highest finisher...

Goal: Top 3 + Stage Win --> failed

2/10

Man of the Race: Gabor Kasa - a fantastic MTT perormance that would've been worth a stage win

Retard of the race: Grega Bole - 5 pathetic performances of our Slovenian man for the ugly sprints, then he gets robbed...
Edited by Croatia14 on 25-08-2017 16:20
 
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July


After really underscoring in our June races we head into July. The big race there of course is our win goal race in our home country, but also Agua is a major race for our points. The sprinters double header to try and take a cherry on top of the cake.

Tour de Pologne

2.7.-8.7.hilly tourCaptain: Grega Bole C2HCwww.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-2.gif

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Grega BoleLeaderGabor KasaDomestique
Albert TimmerDomestiqueMikhel RäimDomestique
Egudijus JuodvalkisDomestiqueMartin LaasDomestique


Bole to lead us here on his own, one of his spare stage racing opportunities. At least a top 10 GC and a stage win is wanted, a good placing in the points classification a bonus.

Goal: Top 10 & Stage Win

La Tropicale Amissa Bongo

8.7.-14.7.flat tourCaptain: Luka Mezgec C2HCValue:www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-2.gif

pcmdaily.com/images/mg/2016/profiles/c2hc/c2hc_tab.png

Luka MezgecSprinterGasper KatrasnikDomestique
Jempy DruckerSprint TrainAksel NommelaDomestique
Siarhei PapokSprint TrainLuka PibernikDomestique


Luka Mezgec our captain here with one of the best CT sprint trains to back him up. His breakthrough race this season? We want a stage and a good GC!

Goal: Stage Win & Top 5

Volcan de Agua Classic

19.7.climbersCaptain: Igor Anton C2Value:www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-4.gif

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Igor AntonCaptainGabor KasaDomestique
Egidijus JuodvalkisDomestiqueLuka PibernikDomestique
Alber TimmerDomestiqueMihkel RäimDomestique
Martin LaasDomestique


The penultimate mountain race of this season is a must score for Antón. We expect a podium!

Goal: Podium

Tour de Slovenie

25.7.-29.7.bumpy & TTCaptain: Andrew Tennant C2www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-5.gif

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Andrew TennantLeaderGabor KasaDomestique
Luka MezgecSprinterLuka PibernikDomestique
Grega BoleFree RoleAlbert TimmerDomestique
Siarhei PapokLeadoutJempy DruckerDomestique


The most important race of the season. Tennant for the overall win has some great support on his side, with f.e. another Top10 prospect in Kasa. Him in the time trial and stage hunters Mezgec, Bole & Drucker should add at least 2 stage wins to that race.

Sponsors and thus our budget for next season as well as our rankings will be majorly influenced by the outcome of this race.

Sponsor Goal: GC Win
Goal: GC Win + 2 Stage Wins
Edited by Croatia14 on 25-08-2017 16:08
 
Croatia14
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Tour de Pologne

2.7.-8.7.hilly tourCaptain: Grega Bole C2HCwww.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-2.gif

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Grega BoleLeaderGabor KasaDomestique
Albert TimmerDomestiqueMikhel RäimDomestique
Egudijus JuodvalkisDomestiqueMartin LaasDomestique


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Bole 7th on the hilly stage 3

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Another 7th for Bole on stage 4

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Kasa in the break on stage 6

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Kasa on the road again on stage 7

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Bole sprints to 3rd on stage 7, makes it 10th GC and 6th in points

1Alex DowsettLa Poste p/b Mavic29h38'51
2Enrico BarbinFerrero - Samruk+ 4
3Simon YatesPodium Ambition+ 10
10Grega BoleIsostar - Adriatic+ 1'18


Goal: Top 10 + Stage Win --> failed

4.5/10

no personal judgements here
Edited by Croatia14 on 25-08-2017 16:20
 
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