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Caja Rural '21 | Giro [5/5]
Kiserlovski01
Ripley wrote:
Congrats to Manuel Martinez on the stage win! Ruben outclassed by the Bahraini duo on the Blockhaus, though. Right now it seems that defending the spot on the podium will be tough enough. But we've still got a long way to go.


Thanks, one to remember for him for sure (and I'm so very bad at sprints in this game)! Blockhaus was dreadful and another prove of how hard rolling climbs are in game.

All things considered, we should be very happy after this first week though. With key stages spread out so widely, it's almost guaranteed that some have their form peak come too early.
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GIRO D'ITALIA (2.GT)
[3/5]


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 10 | 209 kms | Perugia › Montecatini Alto
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Post rest day action for the GC contenders with an almost __________/ stage to Montecatini Alto. Aru's acceleration was too much for anyone as he would chip away at his deficit with this win. Ruben lost 40" due to severely awarded gaps.
1Fabio AruUAE-Team Emirates4h42'50"
2Mikel LandaBahrain Victorious+ 9"
3Julian ArredondoMovistar Team+ 17"
4Davide FormoloBahrain Victorious+ 29"
5Robert PowerTeam BikeExchanges.t.
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9Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.pngRuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team+ 39"


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 11 | 180 kms | Pisa › Monte Serra
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A strong acceleration also made the difference on the second ascent of Monte Serra, this time Landa's. The Basque moved into GC third, within 20" of Ruben.
1Mikel LandaBahrain Victorious4h18'22"
2Davide FormoloBahrain Victorious+ 17"
3Aurélien Paret-PeintreCofidis, Solutions Créditss.t.
4Fabio AruUAE-Team Emiratess.t.
5Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.pngRuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team+ 30"


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 12 | 151.4 kms | Viareggio › Fanano
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The bunch handed away the stage win early on yet Chávarri couldn't follow KoM leader Elissonde. Guerreiro had to give everything to catch the elite group with Landa, Aru, Kudus, Formolo and Dunbar, only to get punished on the final short bump... Bahrain now 1-2 in the GC and Kudus only 4" from Ruben's third.
1Kenny ElissondeCofidis, Solutions Crédits3h56'53"
2Leopold KönigTeam Qhubeka ASSOS+ 4'52"
3Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.
4Fabio AruUAE-Team Emirates+ 7'23"
5Mikel LandaBahrain Victoriouss.t.
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8Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.pngRuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team+ 7'49"


i.imgur.com/7f8IDN2.png Stage 13 | 18.2 kms |
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The dreaded mountain time trial was set on Monte Cimone, the highest moutain of the northern Apennines. Caicedo was the first of us to set a fastest time, yet he would end just outside of the top 10.

Ruben was blessed with superb legs for the day. However, Landa seemed to be closing in swiftly at some point. But Ruben handled the steep slopes perfectly, saw Landa blew up and ended up riding 1'25" faster than him. Formolo and Aru finished closer but couldn't keep Ruben from winning the stage.
1Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.pngRuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team46'29"
2Fabio AruUAE-Team Emirates+ 25"
3Davide FormoloBahrain Victorious+ 37"
4Börje KratzertTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 1'08"
5Julian ArredondoMovistar Team+ 1'13"


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 14 | 260 kms | La Spezia › Sanremo
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Stage 14 brought us Milano - Sanremo roads with Le Manie, Cipressa and Poggio on the menu. A breakaway with Ion Izagirre stranded at the foot of the final climb.

Team sprinter MartĂ­nez had a very good day and could just jump wheels when Guerreiro launched an attack on the Poggio. Some reacted and chased, but the catch wasn't made and Ruben secured his first GT stage win outside a time trial.
1Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.pngRuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team6h55'44"
2Logan OwenINEOS Grenadierss.t.
3Marco KönigBahrain Victoriouss.t.
4Moreno HoflandEF Education - NIPPOs.t.
5Arnaud DemareTeam DSMs.t.


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 15 | 204.7 kms | Ventimiglia › Briançon/ Col d'Izoard
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Mikel Landa was a DNS on the Agnello/ Izoard stage because of a broken wrist. Climbing talent Erbetta dropped his fellow escapees on Agnello and then secured his first big win.

Ruben couldn't follow the attacks on Izoard right away yet managed to catch up and drop the maglia rosa inside the last kilometer. With one week to go, Formolo showed some vulnerability on the last couple of stages. To be continued...
1Benny ErbettaCCC Team5h28'43"
2Silvio HerklotzIsrael Start Up Nation+ 4'31"
3Merhawi KudusTeam Qhubeka ASSOS+ 5'54"
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5Vincenzo NibaliAstana - Premier Techs.t.
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8Davide FormoloBahrain Victorious+ 6'27"
9Fabio AruUAE-Team Emirates+ 6'36"



Giro d'Italia 2021
GC after stage 15
1Davide FormoloBahrain Victorious58h57'50"
2Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.pngRuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team+ 1'00"
3Merhawi KudusTeam Qhubeka ASSOS+ 2'56"
4Fabio AruUAE-Team Emirates+ 4'07"
5Pierre-Roger LatourBORA - hansgrohe+ 4'26"
6Lachlan MortonINEOS Grenadiers+ 6'36"
7Julian ArredondoMovistar Team+ 8'12"
8Eddie DunbarTeam DSM+ 8'31"
9Vincenzo NibaliAstana - Premier Tech+ 9'57"
10Robert PowerTeam BikeExchange+ 11'20"
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Kiserlovski01
Giro d'Italia (2.GT)
[4/5]


i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png Stage 16 | 50.7 kms | Pavia › Milano (ITT)
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The long flat time trial was expected to knock every rider outside the current top two out of contention and so it did. Except for Ruben, every other GC contender lost at least around two minutes to Formolo. Trek-Segafredo's Tom Wirtgen got a second stage win for Luxembourg going hundreds of a second faster than Drobisch.
1Tom WirtgenTrek - Segafredo1h08'31"
2Till DrobischCofidis, Solutions Créditss.t.
3Ryan MullenMovistar Team+ 7"
4Victor CampenaertsTeam Qhubeka ASSOS+ 20"
5Geoffrey CurranEF Education - NIPPO+ 40"
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6Davide FormoloBahrain Victorious+ 41"
7Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.pngRuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team+ 53"


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 17 | 175 kms | Milano › Verona
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The bunch took it easy on the flat 17th stage to Verona. Moreno Moser got away just over the climb to win his second GT stage after winning at Le Tour in 2019.
1Moreno MoserINEOS Grenadiers3h47'54"
2JĂĽrgen RoelandtsLotto Soudals.t.
3Mathias Van GompelTrek - Segafredos.t.
4Francois AugusteCCC Teams.t.
5Luca ChiricoVini ZabĂąs.t.


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 18 | | Vicenza › Cortina d'Ampezzo/ Passo Giau
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The first of four key stages to round up this 2021 edition ended on Passo Giau. Ruben overcame a tough moment but couldn't challenge for the win. Aru swept up breakaway riders Erbetta and Herklotz near the top and won his third stage. Ruben ended up gaining a handful of seconds in the overall standings.
1Fabio AruUAE-Team Emirates5h08'18"
2Benny ErbettaCCC Teams.t.
3Silvio HerklotzIsrael Start Up Nations.t.
4Börje KratzertTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 23"
5Merhawi KudusTeam Qhubeka ASSOSs.t.
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6Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.pngRuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team+ 23"
7Davide FormoloBahrain Victorious+ 41"


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 19 | 205.3 kms | Selva di Val Gardena › Livigno
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Stage 19 included the Cima Coppi atop the majestic Passo dello Stelvio. Our own Jonathan Caicedo set a brutal pace about halfway the climb, and caused many to get dropped from the breakaway. Herklotz did the rest and near the top the breakaway was down to them two. Jonathan seemed to crack near the summit of the second climb, yet he would make it back to drop Herklotz definitively 700 meters from the final KoM banner. A short descent later he could celebrate his second GT stage win with us.

Ruben tried a thing on the Stelvio but could not go for a long range solo attack. He had a tough patch on the second climb and tried to go alone in the descent to the line but Kudus closed the gap. No GC changes today.
1Jonathan Caicedo i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.pngRuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team5h14'17"
2Silvio HerklotzIsrael Start Up Nation+ 37"
3Esteban ChavesMovistar Team+ 4'52"
4Lachlan MortonINEOS Grenadiers+ 5'31"
5Kenny ElissondeCofidis, Solutions Créditss.t.


Giro d'Italia 2021
GC after stage 19
1Davide FormoloBahrain Victorious74h25'53"
2Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.pngRuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team+ 54"
3Fabio AruUAE-Team Emirates+ 6'12"
4Merhawi KudusTeam Qhubeka ASSOS+ 7'45"
5Pierre-Roger LatourBORA - hansgrohe+ 8'53"
6Lachlan MortonINEOS Grenadiers+ 9'23"
7Julian ArredondoMovistar Team+ 14'53"
8Eddie DunbarTeam DSM+ 15'42"
9Vincenzo NibaliAstana - Premier Tech+ 16'27"
10Robert PowerTeam BikeExchange+ 19'48"
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Ripley
And there I thought Ruben would regain the lead with the TT and have to defend it till the end. Instead Formolo beat him - I had no idea he could do TTs. Well, 2nd is just about certain, which would be a good result. Plus another stage win, nicely done. Is there still a minute to be gained on the final two stages?
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Kiserlovski01
Ripley wrote:
And there I thought Ruben would regain the lead with the TT and have to defend it till the end. Instead Formolo beat him - I had no idea he could do TTs. Well, 2nd is just about certain, which would be a good result. Plus another stage win, nicely done. Is there still a minute to be gained on the final two stages?


So did I, but both time trials were a little too flat and he didn't have his best day on both occasions... Even if he doesn't manage to gain enough time on the final weekend, two stage wins and a podium finish shouldn't leave him with many regrets.

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Ripley
Ah, yes, I know the variant. Certainly still two great opportunities to turn the tables. And if not we at least get an Italian winning his home GT.
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Kiserlovski01
Ripley wrote:
Ah, yes, I know the variant. Certainly still two great opportunities to turn the tables. And if not we at least get an Italian winning his home GT.


One more than on most final weekends indeed.
If not, Formolo will make it winning his home GT twice in a row!
 
Kiserlovski01
GIRO D'ITALIA (2.GT)
[5/5]


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 20 | 207.4 kms | Sondrio › Edolo/ Monte Colmo
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The final weekend started with a stage over Gavia and Mortirolo and a finish on Monte Colmo. Good old Daniel Martin showed his infamous final km legs ridding himself of Chérel near the red kite.

Guerreiro had his work chasing Formolo going up the last climb. He didn't have much left in the tank when he finally caught up but it turned out to be enough to take another handful of seconds.
1Daniel MartinBORA - hansgrohe6h30'28"
2Mikaël ChérelAG2R Citroën Team+ 40"
3Benny ErbettaCCC Team+ 2'02"
4Foeke HillenTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 2'12"
5Merhawi KudusTeam Qhubeka ASSOSs.t.
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9Davide FormoloBahrain Victorious+ 3'09"


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 21 | 201 kms | Bergamo › Brescia
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No pan flat run into a regional or major city to conclude a Grand Tour this time; the ultimate stage featured no less than five ascents of the brutal 2nd cat Monte Maddalena just outside of Brescia.

Two laps in, Guerreiro got involved in a major crash that would cost both Nibali and Arredondo their top 10 spot in the final GC. Ruben and Latour made in back in time for the final climb.

Guerreiro wanted to follow first knowing that he had used up energy earlier on. He let Kudus and Aru go and when Formolo finally went, he found himself boxed in by two Bahrain riders. It was far too late to do something back when he could eventually pass 'em. All he could do was secure his second place in both the GC and points standings after Baillifard beat König for the last 2021 Giro stage win.
1Valentin BaillifardIsrael Start Up Nation5h47'55"
2Leopold KönigTeam Qhubeka ASSOSs.t.
3Fabio AruUAE-Team Emirates+ 2'24"
4Francesco BongiornoVini ZabĂą+ 2'32"
5Davide FormoloBahrain Victorious+ 3'08"
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Kiserlovski01
Giro d'Italia 2021 :: Race recap


i.imgur.com/7sJzapE.png Final overall standings

In the end, Davide Formolo makes it two overall wins in a row, this time without winning a stage though. The high amount of TT kilometers and a crash of his only remaining GC rival on the final day gave him the edge this year.

Second Grand Tour overall podium finish for Ruben, yet this time he couldn't finish on the highest step.


1Davide FormoloBahrain Victorious86h50'33"
2Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.pngRuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team+ 2'57"
3Fabio AruUAE-Team Emirates+ 4'27"
4Merhawi KudusTeam Qhubeka ASSOS+ 10'54"
5Lachlan MortonINEOS Grenadiers+ 12'35"
6Pierre-Roger LatourBORA - hansgrohe+ 13'18"
7Eddie DunbarTeam DSM+ 17'42"
8Kenny ElissondeCofidis, Solutions Crédits+ 25'56"
9Robert PowerTeam BikeExchange+ 26'20"
10Benny ErbettaCCC Team+ 27'08"
11Aurélien Paret-PeintreCofidis, Solutions Crédits+ 27'30"
12Hugh CarthyTeam Qhubeka ASSOS+ 28'58"
13Rodrigo ContrerasBORA - hansgrohe+ 33'07"
14Börje KratzertTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 33'57"
15Victor LafayDeceuninck - Quick Step+ 34'24"
16Silvio HerklotzIsrael Start Up Nation+ 34'36"
17LĂ©o VincentINEOS Grenadiers+ 41'08"
18Maxime Le LavandierAG2R Citroën Team+ 43'48"
19Calvin BenekeTeam DSM+ 43'49"
20Jérémy MaisonGroupama - FDJ+ 43'51"


i.imgur.com/KMZl9OZ.png Final points standings

Very few sprint finishes this year but the points jersey is for a sprinter anway. This jersey winner riding for Bahrain Victorious did manage to win a stage to top things of.

1Niccolo BonifazioBahrain Victorious130 pts.
2Ruben GuerreiroRuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team115 pts.
3Fabio AruUAE-Team Emirates108 pts.
4Moreno MoserINEOS Grenadiers72 pts.
5Davide FormoloBahrain Victorious70 pts.


i.imgur.com/lw5pIK3.png Final mountain standings

Benny Erbetta definitely got his career going with this race. If not for Aru he could have won a second stage next to this jersey as well.

1Benny ErbettaCCC Team237 pts.
2Kenny ElissondeCofidis, Solutions Crédits158 pts.
3Silvio HerklotzIsrael Start Up Nation143 pts.
4Fabio AruUAE-Team Emirates142 pts.
5Leopold KönigTeam Qhubeka ASSOS139 pts.


i.imgur.com/UmPDicH.png Final young standings

Quite the gaps here. Deserved for Dunbar, who was strong in the first week but held on well after all over the course of three weeks.

1Eddie DunbarTeam DSM87h08'15"
2Benny ErbettaCCC Team+ 9'26"
3Aurélien Paret-PeintreCofidis, Solutions Crédits+ 9'48"
4Börje KratzertTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 16'15"
5Victor LafayDeceuninck - Quick Step+ 16'42"


Final team standings


1Team Qhubeka ASSOS261h02'28"
2BORA - hansgrohe+ 3'06"
3RuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.png+ 18'45"
4Bahrain Victorious+ 35'12"
5INEOS Grenadiers+ 40'28"


Stage winners


Stage 1Team Qhubeka ASSOS
Stage 2Niccolo BonifazioBahrain Victorious
Stage 3Pierre-Roger LatourBORA - hansgrohe
Stage 4Fabio AruUAE-Team Emirates
Stage 5Boris ValléeTeam Qhubeka ASSOS
Stage 6Manuel MartĂ­nez i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.pngRuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team
Stage 7Mats BoeveTeam Jumbo-Visma
Stage 8Foeke HillenTeam Jumbo-Visma
Stage 9Mathias Van GompelTrek - Segafredo
Stage 10Fabio AruUAE-Team Emirates
Stage 11Mikel LandaBahrain Victorious
Stage 12Kenny ElissondeCofidis, Solutions Crédits
Stage 13Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.pngRuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team
Stage 14Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.pngRuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team
Stage 15Benny ErbettaCCC Team
Stage 16Tom WirtgenTrek - Segafredo
Stage 17Moreno MoserINEOS Grenadiers
Stage 18Fabio AruUAE-Team Emirates
Stage 19Jonathan Caicedo i.imgur.com/ZYhYFy3.pngRuralvĂ­a-CCU Pro Team
Stage 20Daniel MartinBORA - hansgrohe
Stage 21Valentin BaillifardIsrael Start Up Nation
 
Ripley
We don't want you to get complacent, so it's good Guerreiro didn't win. Smile Four stages and second overall is a great result.
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Kiserlovski01
Ripley wrote:
We don't want you to get complacent, so it's good Guerreiro didn't win. Smile Four stages and second overall is a great result.


In the end it is, even if the gap shouldn't have been this large. Smile

Only one Grand Tour left to podium at now!
 
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