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Domestique: It could be worse | September 2015
Croatia14 wrote:
Eventhough I have to get used to the format, I somehow feel like this has got some nice flair in it. No matter that it's Sky Pfft

Thanks for reading / commenting!

Sorry about format - is it the amount of [spoiler] use? I went with this to avoid people suffering a mass of images loading. Still a work in progress.
Yeah the spoilers aren't my preferred style to read. Or at least four per post. Stopping image flooding is nice of you but why not do one per post? Smile
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jandal7 wrote:
Yeah the spoilers aren't my preferred style to read. Or at least four per post. Stopping image flooding is nice of you but why not do one per post? Smile

I am a minimalist person so spoilers suited me, but the amount of clicking is excessive I agree!

Thank you for comments - I will change.
I feel format change is an improvement already! Thank you both for comments.

* I will keep attempting to improve format as I begin this story *
Edited by bask on 29-07-2018 15:43
Tour of Oman (2.HC)


Chris Froome
Sergio Henao
Ian Stannard
Vasil Kiryienka
Peter Kennaugh
Diego Rosa
Salvatore Puccio
Charley Cocoa

Team Strategy
Chris Froome - Leader

* Live Standings *
1Alexis VuillermozAg2r La Mondiale21h12'24
2Alejandro ValverdeMovistar Team+ 1'01
3Simon YatesOrica-GreenEDGE+ 1'47
4Daniel MartinEtixx - Quick-step+ 2'15
5Julian AlaphilippeEtixx - Quick-step+ 3'05
6Tejay Van GarderenBMC Racing Team+ 5'08
7Greg Van AvermaetBMC Racing Team+ 6'07
8Chris FroomeTeam Sky+ 6'07
9Daniel NavarroCofidis, Solutions Crédits+ 7'22
10Bob JungelsTrek Factory Racing+ 8'11

1Alexis VuillermozAg2r La Mondiale16
2Alejandro ValverdeMovistar Team16
3Simon YatesOrica-GreenEDGE14
4Björn LeukemansWanty - Groupe Gobert12
5Chris FroomeTeam Sky10

1Nacer BouhanniCofidis, Solutions Crédits89
2Greg Van AvermaetBMC Racing Team69
3Giacomo NizzoloTrek Factory Racing62
4Alejandro ValverdeMovistar Team52
5Mark RenshawEtixx - Quick-step51
6Alexis VuillermozAg2r La Mondiale42
7Julian AlaphilippeEtixx - Quick-step40
8Simon YatesOrica-GreenEDGE38
9Daniele RattoUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team34
10Jasper StuyvenTrek Factory Racing34

Ag2r La Mondiale63h55'04
Etixx - Quick-step+ 16
BMC Racing Team+ 57
Movistar Team+ 7'07
Trek Factory Racing+ 8'01
Team Sky+ 9'08

Edited by bask on 06-01-2019 20:00
Stage 1 - Tuesday, 17 February

Al Musannah - Sultan Qaboos University, 158.6km


The opening stage is one that looks as though it should end with a sprinter in the red jersey.

Favourites for the victory are Nacer Bouhanni, Giacomo Nizzolo and Mark Renshaw.

Good Good>Excellent

Stage Summary

Pre-stage favourite Nacer Bouhanni delivered as he beats Greg Van Avermaet in the sprint finish, repaying his team-mates for a near flawless lead-out at the conclusion of the 158.6km opening stage from Tour of Oman.

A breakaway of three (Alexandre Pichot, Mathew Hayman and Piotr Brożyna) stayed out all day until 3.4km from the finish when they were caught by the chasing peloton.

With no incidents of note the tour got underway to the liking of all involved.

Stage Results

1Nacer BouhanniCofidis, Solutions Crédits3h24'28
2Greg Van AvermaetBMC Racing Team+0''
3Danilo NapolitanoWanty - Groupe Gobert+0''
4Leigh HowardOrica-GreenEDGE+0''
5Jasper StuyvenTrek Factory Racing+0''

Team Sky Stage Standings

13Ian Stannard+0''
16Chris Froome+0''
17Peter Kennaugh+0''
25Sérgio Henao+0''
28Salvatore Puccio+0''
29Vasil Kiryienka+0''
36Diego Rosa+0''
98Charley Cocoa+0''

Cocoa's Thoughts
"I escorted Froome for the first part of the race until more bidons were needed. Stannard took over Froome duties and I did the ferrying to and from the sports director car.

My legs felt strong until the last few km, then I had to take it easy just as the breakaway was caught and the sprint teams ramped it up."

Edited by bask on 01-08-2018 18:26
Stage 2 - Wednesday, 18 February

Fanja in Bidbid - Al Bustan 151.8km


The second stage is one that the bookmakers are saying will end with a sprinter finish.

Favourites for the victory are the same as yesterday; Nacer Bouhanni, Giacomo Nizzolo and Mark Renshaw.

Greg Van Avarmaet has been tipped by some within the peloton.

Good Very Good^Excellent

* Unable to 3d race so had to sim stage! *

Stage Summary

Back-to-back stage victories for Frenchman Nacer Bouhanni.

Stage Results

1Nacer BouhanniCofidis, Solutions Crédits3h24'28
2Giacomo NizzoloTrek Factory Racing+0''
3Mark RenshawEtixx - Quick-step+0''
4Jasper StuyvenTrek Factory Racing+0''
5Matthew GossTMTN-Qhubeka+0''

Team Sky Stage Standings

45Chris Froome+0''
49Peter Kennaugh+0''
83Ian Stannard+0''
91Sérgio Henao+0''
100Diego Rosa+0''
108Salvatore Puccio+0''
124Charley Cocoa+0''
130Vasil Kiryienka+0''

Edited by bask on 01-08-2018 18:27
Stage 3 - Thursday, 19 February

Nakhal Fort - Wadi Dayqah Dam 193.9km


Day three sees the tour hit it's longest stage and with a slight incline finish perhaps we will see a winner other than in-form Nacer Bouhanni?

Good Excellent^Excellent

* Unable to 3d race so had to sim stage yet again! *

Stage Summary

A change in the order as Giacomo Nizzolo claims the stage victory with sprint success.

Stage Results

1Giacomo NizzoloTrek Factory Racing4h33'48
2Nacer BouhanniCofidis, Solutions Crédits+0''
3Mark RenshawEtixx - Quick-step+0''
4Daniele RattoUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+0''
5Greg Van AvermaetBMC Racing Team+0''

Team Sky Stage Standings

57Sérgio Henao+0''
64Chris Froome+0''
68Ian Stannard+0''
85Peter Kennaugh+0''
101Salvatore Puccio+0''
118Charley Cocoa+0''
119Vasil Kiryienka+0''
121Diego Rosa+0''

Edited by bask on 01-08-2018 18:27
Stage 4 - Friday, 20 February

Samail - Jabal Al Akhdahar 137km


The mountain top finish will see the GC contenders battle it out for the stage victory. Expect Chris Froome, Alejandro Valverde and Romain Bardet to put a marker down today.

Good Excellent^Excellent

Stage Summary

In a surprise attack that stuck AG2R's Alexis Vuillermoz claimed the stage victory as no-one was able to close the gap once they decided to chase.

Notable abandon of the stage Pierre Rolland, who suffered a fractured rib.

Stage Results

1Alexis VuillermozAg2r La Mondiale3h08'33
2Alejandro ValverdeMovistar Team+ 1'22
3Chris FroomeTeam Sky+ 1'34
4Simon YatesOrica-GreenEDGE+ 1'43
5Tejay Van GarderenBMC Racing Team+ 2'45

Team Sky Stage Standings

3Chris Froome+ 1'34
15Vasil Kiryienka+ 4'24
31Diego Rosa+ 6'07
32Sérgio Henao+ 6'07
36Peter Kennaugh+ 6'40
40Charley Cocoa+ 7'31
84Salvatore Puccio+ 11'48
94Ian Stannard+ 11'48

Cocoa's Thoughts
"Today was a new experience. We shared riding on the front with Cofidis. I was on bidons duty and tried to ride down the breakaway, but it was too fast by the time I tried.

At the bottom of the climb I was falling back but the steeper it got, despite no legs left I slowly began to catch up with Pete and the others."

Edited by bask on 02-08-2018 08:05
Stage 5 - Saturday, 21 February

Al Alam Palace - Ministry of Housing 142.6km


With three climbs in the latter end of the race, today's stage has several members of the media indicating the parcour could favour Julian Alaphilippe and team-mate Dan Martin.

Very Good Excellent^Excellent

Stage Summary

In a stage that split the riders into no clear peloton and with several waves of attacks, one that struck early, Dan Martin, was able to hold off the chasers to take victory.

Stage Results

1Daniel MartinEtixx - Quick-step3h30'22''
2Julian AlaphilippeEtixx - Quick-step+ 1'30''
3Simon YatesOrica-GreenEDGE+ 0''
4Alejandro ValverdeMovistar Team+ 0''
5Alexis VuillermozAg2r La Mondiale+ 0''

Team Sky Stage Standings

7Chris Froome+ 6'07
21Vasil Kiryienka+ 10'15
22Sérgio Henao+ 10'34
37Diego Rosa+ 14'15
42Peter Kennaugh+ 14'48
44Charley Cocoa+ 15'39
67Salvatore Puccio+ 19'56
87Ian Stannard+ 23'49

Cocoa's Thoughts
"Ian rode on the front and suffered when we climbed. I suffered from my drops back to the team car and then to team at top of peloton.

Sergio and Froome I'm told looked strong until the final climb.

The time gaps are disappointing, but I am sure I will adjust to pace as the season goes on."

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Stage 6 - Sunday, 22 February

Hawit Nagam Park - Matrah Corniche 138.8km


The final stage of the Tour of Oman looks set to be a sprinter's finish unless the day's breakaway can stay clear. Look for Nacer Bouhanni to wrap up a very successful race with another stage victory.

Very Good Excellent^Excellent

Stage Summary

In a three way sprint, Edgar Pinto beats off Greg Van Avermaet and Jiri Polnicky to take the stage.

Stage Results

1Edgar PintoSkydive Dubai Pro Cycling Team - Al Ahli Club3h00'57
2Greg Van AvermaetBMC Racing Team+ 0"
3Jiri PolnickyWhirlpool - Author+ 0"
4Michael ValgrenTinkoff-Saxo+ 35
5Alejandro ValverdeMovistar Team+ 59

Team Sky Stage Standings

15Sérgio Henao0''
19Chris Froome0''
23Diego Rosa0''
24Salvatore Puccio0''
37Vasil Kiryienka0''
46Ian Stannard0''
64Peter Kennaugh0''
81Charley Cocoa0''

Cocoa's Thoughts
"With the race over in GC terms and some of the guys in bad form I ask in the morning briefing if I can go in the day's breakaway. Silence. Finally I was told to carry on my duties and to listen to the radio.

It never came. I know I haven't the legs. But we had no sprinter. So it is three hours in the saddle with no purpose."

Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali (2.1)


COCOA, Charley
DIBBEN, Jonathan
DOULL, Owain
ROSA, Diego
SUTTON, Christopher

Team Strategy
Beñat Intxausti - Leader
Christopher Sutton - Sprinter

* Final Standings *
1Edoardo ZardiniBardiani CSF14h14'51
2Daniel TeklehaimanotMTN-Qhubeka+ 27
3Stef ClementIAM Cycling+ 1'42
4Miguel Angel LopezAstana Pro Team+ 1'56
5Louis MeintjesMTN-Qhubeka+ 2'02
6Beñat IntxaustiTeam Sky+ 3'26
7Miguel RubianoColombia+ 4'23
8Oscar GattoAndroni Giocattoli - Sidermec+ 4'31
9Enrico BattaglinBardiani CSF+ 7'05
10Alessandro BisoltiNIPPO - Vini Fantini+ 7'46

1Mirko TortaTeam Idea 2010 ASD17
2Miguel RubianoColombia11
3Nikita ZharovenNankang - Dynatek11
4Josip RumacAdria Mobil10
5Stef ClementIAM Cycling8

1Edoardo ZardiniBardiani CSF25
2Daniel TeklehaimanotMTN-Qhubeka15
3Oscar GattoAndroni Giocattoli - Sidermec11
4Stef ClementIAM Cycling10
5Nikita ZharovenNankang - Dynatek10

1MTN-Qhubeka42h28'15 (1)
2Bardiani CSF+ 19 (2)
3Colombia+ 7'19 (3)
4IAM Cycling+ 11'50 (4)
5NIPPO - Vini Fantini+ 15'55 (5)
6Team Sky+ 16'34 (6)
7Androni Giocattoli - Sidermec+ 19'22 (7)
8Astana Pro Team+ 19'24 (8)
9Team Katusha+ 23'11 (9)
10Southeast+ 25'09 (10)

Team Sky Riders Final Standings

6Beñat Intxausti+ 3'26
22Diego Rosa+ 14'06
28Philip Deignan+ 15'26
55Charley Cocoa+ 21'34
74Christopher Sutton+ 27'27
90Owain Doull+ 31'29
104Jonathan Dibben+ 35'12

Edited by bask on 06-01-2019 19:59
Stage by Stage

Stage 1

Tuesday, 24 March
Gatteo - Gatteo 100.3km

Winner: Nikita Zharoven (Nankang - Dynatek)

A bumpy first stage of the tour gave the breakaway a slim chance of staying clear and that is exactly what happened when the sprinter's team failed to catch all-day stay away Nikita Zharoven, who took the stage with over a minute on the chasing peloton.

Cocoa's Thoughts


Good Bad>Excellent

Stage Result

1818Charley Cocoa+ 1'03"


Dibben hit the ground hard at the bottom of the final climb. I wait for him, we start 1'54" behind the peloton, but catch by the top the back end.

My legs are strong, I don't think they have ever been so strong as today. I ride hard all stage and am the first Team Sky rider to cross the line.

I felt great until questioned by the team why I left Dibben - he looked strong and nobody radioed me to stay with him."

Stage 2

Wednesday, 25 March
Sant'Angelo - Gatteo Mare 11.3km

Winner: Team Unieuro Wilier Trevigiani

In a close affair, Italian Team Unieuro Wilier Trevigiani edged out MTN-Qhubeka by two seconds to take the spoils.

Cocoa's Thoughts


Good Bad>Excellent

Stage Result

13054Charley Cocoa+ 1'11"

"I rode on the front for at least half of the stage and suffered in the final km as I dropped off the back, finishing forty-six seconds back.

I'm happy and nobody on the team gives me indication otherwise."

Stage 3

Thursday, 26 March
Gatteo - Sogliano al Rubicone 153.4km

Winner: Edoardo Zardini (Bardiani CSF)

Once again the breakaway managed to stay clear and in a three-way sprint Edoardo Zardini beat off Daniel Teklehaimanot (MTN-Qhubeka) and Didier Chaparro (NIPPO - Vini Fantini.)

Cocoa's Thoughts


Good Average^Excellent

Stage Result

8365Charley Cocoa+ 6'07"

"I was hanging off the back of the peloton struggling to match the tempo until the last two climbs when everything splintered.

I dug deep and managed to limit my losses to my team-mates, catching Doull and Sutton."

Stage 4

Friday, 27 March
Zola Predosa - Piane di Mocogno 149.8km

Winner: Stef Clement (IAM Cycling)

As expected the climbs wrecked havoc on the riders with it difficult to call any of those bunched together a peloton.

Cocoa's Thoughts


Good Average^Excellent

Stage Result

5249Charley Cocoa+ 8'31"

"Mixed emotions.

My crash was pretty bad, but I loved the steep long climbs. I gained a lot of time back and am happy with what I did."

Stage 5

Saturday, 28 March
Crevalcore - Crevalcore 14.5km

Winner: Matthias Brändle (IAM Cycling)

A one-two for IAM Cycling as Stef Clement comes second to extend his overall GC lead to fifty-two seconds.

Cocoa's Thoughts


Good Very Good^Excellent

Stage Result

10452Charley Cocoa+ 1'23"

"I'm okay with the time. I beat some of my team-mates and that is a bonus."

Stage 6

Sunday, 29 March
Monticelli Terme - Fiorano Modenese 133.3km

Winner: Edoardo Zardini (Bardiani CSF)

In a mass sprint finish Edoardo Zardini takes the stage and with it the overall GC victory for the tour.

Cocoa's Thoughts


Very GoodExcellent^Excellent

Stage Result

8355Charley Cocoa+ 7'15"

"Another rainy day, another big crash. I almost made it back onto the peloton at the finish.

I think the conditions will save me from an interrogation on my bike handling abilities. "

Edited by bask on 08-08-2018 17:53
Tour de Yorkshire (2.1)


COCOA, Charley
HENAO, Sebastian
LOPEZ, David
ROSA, Diego

Team Strategy
Beñat Intxausti - Leader
Charley Cocoa and Peter Kennaugh - Free Role

* Final Standings *
1Oscar GattoAndroni Giocattoli - Sidermec11h13'14
2Beñat IntxaustiTeam Sky+ 10
3Rafael VallsLampre-Merida+ 12
4Andriy GrivkoAstana Pro Team+ 16
5Ivan SantaromitaOrica-GreenEDGEs.t.
6Nelson OliveiraLampre-Meridas.t.
7Eros CapecchiMovistar Teams.t.
8Alex DowsettMovistar Teams.t.
9Alexandr KolobnevTeam Katushas.t.
10Daryl ImpeyOrica-GreenEDGE+ 1'30

1Charley CocoaTeam Sky9
2Jack BauerTeam Cannondale - Garmin8
3Dante CarpenterJLT Condor7
4Pavel KochetkovTeam Katusha7
5Alex DowsettMovistar Team6

1Oscar GattoAndroni Giocattoli - Sidermec32
2Daryl ImpeyOrica-GreenEDGE23
3Giacomo NizzoloTrek Factory Racing21
4Lasse Norman HansenTeam Cannondale - Garmin15
5Dale ApplebyNFTO15
6Charley CocoaTeam Sky12
7Chris OpieONE Pro Cycling12
8Beñat IntxaustiTeam Sky12
9Rafael VallsLampre-Merida9
10Luke DurbridgeOrica-GreenEDGE9

1Lampre-Merida33h41'54 (1)
2Team Sky+ 1'24 (2)
3Movistar Team+ 2'37 (3)
4Cofidis, Solutions Crédits+ 2'48 (4)
5Astana Pro Team+ 4'01 (5)
6Team Katusha+ 4'01 (6)
7Androni Giocattoli - Sidermec+ 4'01 (7)
8Orica-GreenEDGE+ 4'01 (8)
9Team Cannondale - Garmin+ 5'25 (9)
10Trek Factory Racing+ 5'25 (10)

Edited by bask on 06-01-2019 19:58
Stage by Stage

Stage 1

Friday, 1 May
Bridlington - Scarborough 150.3km

Winner: Daryl Impey (Orica-GreenEDGE)

A fairly straight forward opening stage lends itself to a mass sprint finish unless the breakaway manages to elude the peloton.

Cocoa's Thoughts


Good Bad>Excellent

Stage Result

4545Charley Cocoa+ 8"

"Free to do whatever I want.

As a home race I guess the team allowed me some freedom to race solo. I focused on the mountain jersey.

I went with both breaks of the day. Poor positioning got me only third and two points on the first climb, but I learnt and took first and five points later."

Stage 2

Saturday, 2 May
Selby - York 166.7km

Winner: Hansen Lasse Norman (Team Cannondale-Garmin)

A dead flat stage stage lends itself to lots of scenery shots a mass sprint finish.

Cocoa's Thoughts


Good Bad>Excellent

Stage Result

285Charley Cocoa+ 2"

"I started out thinking there was nothing to race for. Diego told me to chase the breakaway for the intermediate sprint time bonuses.

While wearing my first jersey I won both time bonuses!"

Stage 3

Sunday, 3 May
Wakefield - Leeds 178.0km

Winner: Oscar Gatto (Androni Giocattoli-Sidermac)

Terrain suited to a puncher, expect a breakaway to stick and big changes to the GC.

Cocoa's Thoughts


Good Average>Excellent

Stage Result

5333Charley Cocoa+ 4'09"

"Terrible day. I made it into the group for the mountain points, but was out-thought and out-raced. I failed to get any points.

My legs ache, I hold onto the jersey by one point and David nursed me home in the last 15km."

I will change format going forward I think to allow actual story feel to seasons.

I already post major race winners here​ for record and reference but think will post monthly updates now on.
Giro d'Italia Preview

GC Favourites

Vincenzo Nibali (Astana Pro Team)

The 30 year old from Astana Pro Team is the number one favourite for Giro d'ltalia. Over the last weeks the results of Nibali were very promising. Nibali ended on a 3th place in Tour de Romandie. Next he also won Giro del Trentino. During Giro del Trentino, Nibali also won 2 stages.

Domenico Pozzovivo (Ag2r La Mondiale)

He's just a step below the top favourite but the cyclist of Ag2r La Mondiale still has a good chance on winning Giro d'ltalia. He had one of the best preparations of all for this race. An important race preparing for this race is Liege - Bastogne - Liege, Pozzovivo took the 3th place. He went on for another good result in Giro del Trentino where he finished 4th.

Fabio Aru (Astana Pro Team)

The number three favourite is Aru, he's not on the same level as the top 2 favourites but he's the best of the rest. Preparing for this race, Aru was able to take the 2nd place in Giro del Trentino.

Ryder Hesjedal (Team Cannondale - Garmin)

Spot four is for the 34 year old, it would be a surprise if he wins the race since he's not one of the main favourites, but we still see an important role for him in this race. During the buildup to this race, Hesjedal took the 5th place in Giro del Trentino.

Rafal Majka (Tinkoff-Saxo)

The cyclist of Tinkoff-Saxo is the last on the list, he might not win Giro d'ltalia, but we believe he can play an important part. An important race preparing for this race is Tour de Romandie, Majka took the 4th place. Next to that he achieved 8th place in Giro del Trentino.
Edited by bask on 25-08-2018 14:01
Vuelta a Castilla y León (2.1)


COCOA, Charley
MOSCON, Gianni
PUCCIO, Salvatore
ZANDIO, Xabier

Team Strategy
Beñat Intxausti - Leader
Charley Cocoa and Peter Kennaugh - Free Role

* Final Standings *
1Daniele BennatiTinkoff-Saxo12h39'32
2Ángel MadrazoCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
3Björn ThurauBora - Argon 18s.t.
4Alexandr KolobnevTeam Katusha+ 23
5Bart De ClercqLotto Soudals.t.
6Peter KennaughTeam Skys.t.
7Salvatore PuccioTeam Sky+ 1'29
8Omar FraileCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
9Miguel RubianoColombias.t.
10Johnny HoogerlandTeam Roompot-Oranje Pelotons.t.

1David ArroyoCaja Rural - Seguros RGA10
2Kristjan KorenTeam Cannondale - Garmin8
3Berden De VriesTeam Roompot-Oranje Peloton6
4Joaquim SilvaW52 - Quinta da Lixa6
5Pavel KochetkovTeam Katusha5
13Charley CocoaTeam Sky1

1Daniele BennatiTinkoff-Saxo43
2Ángel MadrazoCaja Rural - Seguros RGA40
3Jasper De BuystLotto Soudal33
4Björn ThurauBora - Argon 1830
5Ralf MatzkaBora - Argon 1828
6Koen De KortTeam Giant-Alpecin28
7Filipe CardosoEfapel25
8Alexandr KolobnevTeam Katusha23
9Sean De BieLotto Soudal22
10Lasse Norman HansenTeam Cannondale - Garmin21

1Tinkoff-Saxo38h02'14 (1)
2Team Sky+ 13 (2)
3Caja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 37 (3)
4Bora - Argon 18+ 1'44 (4)
5Team Roompot-Oranje Peloton+ 1'49 (5)
6Lotto Soudal+ 1'57 (6)
7Colombia+ 3'03 (7)
8Drapac Professional Cycling+ 3'33 (8)
9Team Giant-Alpecin+ 3'33 (9)
10Team LottoNL - Jumbo+ 4'00 (10)

Team Sky Riders Final Standings

6Peter Kennaughs.t.
7Salvatore Puccio+ 1'29
15Beñat Intxaustis.t.
38Xabier Zandios.t.
48Charley Cocoas.t.
49Gianni Moscons.t.
63Tao Geoghegan Harts.t.
81Philip Deignans.t.

Edited by bask on 06-01-2019 19:59
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