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Caja Rural '21 | World Championships - ITT
Kiserlovski01
Benelux Tour (2.UWT)
Netherlands/ Belgium, 7 stages
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Latest editions
202020192018
1.Michael Matthews1.Ian Stannard1.Wim Alderwerelt
2.Guillaume Van Keirsbulck2.Tiesj Benoot2.Tiesj Benoot
3.Nelson Oliveira3.Marcel Kittel3.Jenthe Biermans
Stages
1.i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png 5km2.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 178km3.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 198km4.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 192km
5.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 215km6.i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 153km7.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 205km
Team lineup
Angel CerezoEdnaldo L. CortesManuel Martínez
Nelson OliveiraCarlos VeronaFederico Zurlo


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i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png Stage 1 | 5.2 km ITT
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1Ryan MullenMovistar Team6'23"
2Tom DumoulinBahrain Victorious+ 8"
3Ilnur ZakarinAstana - Premier Tech+ 9"
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11Angel Cerezo i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 28"


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 2 | 178 kms
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1Fernando GaviriaTeam DSM3h45'11"
2Arnaud DemareTeam DSMs.t.
3Caleb EwanBORA - hansgrohes.t.


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 3 | 198 kms
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1Leigh HowardTeam BikeExchange3h45'11"
2Arnaud DemareTeam DSMs.t.
3Caleb EwanBORA - hansgrohes.t.


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 4 | 192 kms
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1Ian StannardINEOS Grenadiers4h20'24"
2Martijn DegreveCCC Team+ 29"
3Thomas MosesTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
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4Ednaldo Luiz Cortes i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 1'31"


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 5 | 215 kms
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1Arnaud DemareTeam DSM4h33'51"
2Matteo PelucchiAstana - Premier Techs.t.
3André LooijTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 6 | 153 kms
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1Tiesj BenootLotto Soudal3h37'50"
2Matteo TrentinMovistar Teams.t.
3Peter SaganBahrain Victoriouss.t.


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 7 | 205 kms
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1Peter SaganBahrain Victorious4h39'33"
2Arnaud DemareTeam DSMs.t.
3Matteo PelucchiAstana - Premier Techs.t.


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The race has changed names but it's still the one Oliveira managed to make the GC top 3 in last year. The names in our lineup should have allowed us to be in the mix at the very least.

Cerezo had the best start with a spot just outside the top 10 in the prologue. By then we had almost run out of luck already. Verona had to forget about any significant GC result when he crashed twice on stage two and every attempt of being part of the bunch sprints with Martínez failed.

Cortes got our hopes up again with a superb fourth place on the cobbled fourth stage. He attacked from a reduced bunch that failed to catch the break of the day from which good old Stannard grabbed the stage and the overall lead. Cortes didn't get his time gap and didn't go up higher than 21st overall.

Things took another turn for the worse when Cortes got involved in a mass crash with both the points and the overall leader the day after. Zurlo moved to GC 15th that day but to no surprise, he couldn't follow the best on the Ardennes stage that had a finish on La Redoute. Benoot pipped a very strong Trentin for the stage but both missed out on the overall win by mere seconds. Bahrain added the last stage to the tally to top it off.


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Benelux Tour (2.UWT)
Final overall standings
1MichaŇā KwiatkowskiBahrain Victorious25h11'35"
2Matteo TrentinMovistar Team+ 1"
3Tiesj BenootLotto Soudal+ 2"
4Alberto BettiolUAE-Team Emirates+ 3"
5Alexey LutsenkoBORA - hansgrohe+ 8"
6Jay McCarthyTeam BikeExchange+ 15"
7Nacer BouhanniTeam Qhubeka NextHash+ 19"
8André LooijTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 1'10"
9Gianni MosconAstana - Premier Tech+ 1'23"
10Steff CrasSport Vlaanderen - Baloise+ 1'40"
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27Federico Zurlo i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 6'28"
Benelux Tour (2.UWT)
Jersey winners
i.imgur.com/tOCDBb6.png Overall Michal KwiatkowskiBahrain Victorious
i.imgur.com/9q0A8F0.png Points Arnaud DémareTeam DSM
i.imgur.com/IBaEU9P.png Mountain Andrej SzeflerCofidis
i.imgur.com/4rvThWK.png Young Steff CrasSport Vlaanderen - Baloise
Best team: Bahrain Victorious

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Kiserlovski01
Vuelta a Espa√Īa (2.GT)
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Latest editions
202020192018
1.Ruben Guerreiro1.Wilco Kelderman1.Nairo Quintana
2.Simon Yates2.Sam Vandenborre2.Adam Yates
3.Adam Yates3.Merhawi Kudus3.Chris Froome
Stages
1.i.imgur.com/ttAHdWi.png 7.2 kmGranada ‚Äļ Granada (ITT)
2.i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 193.3 kmGranada ‚Äļ C√≥rdoba
3.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 160.1 kmC√≥rdoba ‚Äļ Puertollano
4.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 225.4 kmCiudad Real ‚Äļ Argamasilla de Alba
5.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 175.5 kmAlcazar de San Juan ‚Äļ Cuenca
6.i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png 209.7 kmCuenca ‚Äļ Valdelinares
7.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 212.3 kmTeruel ‚Äļ Vinaros
8.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 187.8 kmTarragona ‚Äļ Lloret de Mar
9.i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png 46.9 kmLloret de Mar ‚Äļ Lloret de Mar (ITT)
10.i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png 197.6 kmLa Vall d'En Bas ‚Äļ Ordino Arcalis
11.i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png 178.6 kmAndorra ‚Äļ Cerler
12.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 146 kmLogro√Īo ‚Äļ Burgos
13.i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 189.9 kmBurgos ‚Äļ La Bien Aparecida
14.i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png 169.3 kmLa Penilla ‚Äļ Lagos de Covadonga
15.i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png 179.8 kmCangas de Onis ‚Äļ Valgrande Pajares
16.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 167.4 kmLeon ‚Äļ Valladolid
17.i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png 156.5 kmEl Espinar ‚Äļ La Granja de San Ildefonso
18.i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png 178.1 km√Āvila ‚Äļ √Āvila
19.i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 140.2 kmSan Martin de Valdeiglesias ‚Äļ Alcobendas
20.i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png 40.1 kmGuadalajara ‚Äļ Alcala de Henares (ITT)
21.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 100.5 kmSan Sebasti√°n de los Reyes ‚Äļ Madrid
Startlist
i.imgur.com/2sXAzB6.pngBORAi.imgur.com/QM3qa8K.pngQhubekai.imgur.com/7Ms1vnr.pngLotto
1. C.Ewan11. J.Alaphilippe21. W.Alderwerelt
2. E.Baska12. G.Bosman22. J.De Buyst
3. M.Cort13. N.Bouhanni23. M.Matthews
4. T.Gallopin14. B.Coquard24. J.Roelandts
5. E.Grosu15. D.Helling25. D.Teuns
6. L.Mezgec16. T.Slagter26. T.Van Asbroeck
7. D.Van Poppel17. P.Tur27. K.Vanbilsen
8. P.Wehmschulte18. M.van der Poel28. T.Wellens
i.imgur.com/ISWr7Bd.pngCCCi.imgur.com/M8OALs5.pngMovistari.imgur.com/GsBoQ4s.pngAG2R
31. W.Köhler41. R.Mullen51. V.Galtier
32. O.Doull42. L.Hansen52. J.Blanquet
33. F.Figueiredo43. A.Kristoff53. L.Bouchereau
34. C.Koch44. J.A.Pardo54. J.Bourret
35. J.J.Lobato45. H.Saez55. F.Briganti
36. P.Poljanski46. B.Suaza56. C.Chevrier
37. J.Stuyven47. A.Tinajero57. J.Coppel
38. G.Van Avermaet48. M.Trentin58. A.Guerin
i.imgur.com/pEyNgWG.pngDeceunincki.imgur.com/rIM5ID3.pngRuralvíai.imgur.com/oC3ZoJx.pngDSM
61. S.Bennett71. M.Martínez81. W.Wippert
62. S.Archbold72. A.Cerezo82. C.Beneke
63. W.Barta73. E.Ch√°varri83. J.Bovenhuis
64. N.Brown74. E.L.Cortes84. B.Fraser
65. T.Declerc75. D.Sagasta85. D.Groenewegen
66. S.Hermans76. A.Serrano86. R.Kreder
67. J.Hirt77. C.Verona87. S.Macedo
68. H.Quaglia78. F.Zurlo88. T.Van Der Hoorn
i.imgur.com/qXWV3Gn.pngINEOSi.imgur.com/iUHYhaW.pngJumboi.imgur.com/pOnnZLY.pngEF-Nippo
91. M.A.L√≥pez101. J.S√ľtterlin111. M.Hofland
92. J.Dibben102. J.Haig112. S.Bryce
93. A.Dowsett103. F.Hillen113. M.Bryon
94. A.Fenn104. F.Jakobsen114. T.Eisenhart
95. R.Kiserlovski105. T.Moses115. F.Großschartner
96. A.Malori106. J.Silooy116. S.Nardelli
97. L.Spengler107. J.Vanreyten117. T.Roe
98. D.Villella108. D.Van Baarle118. J.Rosskopf
i.imgur.com/Pszp2iN.pngAstanai.imgur.com/ccae1SV.pngTotalEnergiesi.imgur.com/lIBBZY2.pngBahrain
121. M.Williams131. R.Cardis141. M.Mohoric
122. M.Boaro132. K.Aasvold142. E.Battaglin
123. S.Chernetskiy133. N.Berhane143. O.Fraile
124. S.Enger134. M.Goss144. A.Hessel
125. Y.Gidich135. N.Haas145. V.Manakov
126. A.Kamyshev136. R.Jenko146. A.Manfredi
127. B.Kozhatayev137. S.Lunke147. E.Shalunov
128. D.Martinelli138. A.Saharov148.
i.imgur.com/t9heMni.pngIsraeli.imgur.com/vVH69jK.pngGroupamai.imgur.com/7d616t4.pngBikeExchange
151. D.Cimolai161. T.Boudat171. T.Grmay
152. V.Baillifard162. B.Brkic172. H.Enrique
153. J.Bokeloh163. L.Calmejane173. M.Hepburn
154. M.Brändle164. A.Fonseca174. R.Kreuziger
155. L.Durbridge165. F.Grellier175. J.McCarthy
156. J.Huppertz166. B.Maltar176. C.Meyer
157. J.Koch167. D.Niquet177. M.Scotson
158. A.Krieger168. V.Tournieroux178. B.Swift
i.imgur.com/Em5KgBB.pngUAEi.imgur.com/lOmm5wd.pngCofidisi.imgur.com/y1Rg7Gr.pngVini Zab√Ļ
181. O.Eiking191. Y.Paillot201. S.Petilli
182. A.Brogi192. T.Drobisch202. N.Boem
183. D.Calabria193. S.Lundbye203. L.Cappelli
184. D.Calandrino194. A.Maes204. L.Chirico
185. S.Giorni195. J.Salomein205. D.Dall'Oste
186. M.Hoelgaard196. R.Sicard206. R.Masaracchio
187. C.Petelin197. C.Venturini207. M.Viel
188. K.Skjerping198. J.Wallays208. A.Viola
i.imgur.com/pmR2bjU.pngTrek
211. R.Taaramäe
212. J.Geerinck
213. O.Hofstetter
214. L.Juan
215. B.King
216. F.Ma√ģtre
217. M.Van Gompel
218. E.Young
Media favourites
i.imgur.com/QjanPep.png Juan Pardo (MOV) i.imgur.com/QjanPep.png Miguel √Āngel L√≥pez (IGD)
i.imgur.com/PtPRKzV.png Felix Großschartner (EFN) i.imgur.com/PtPRKzV.png Valerien Galtier (ACT)
i.imgur.com/PtPRKzV.png Julian Alaphilippe (TQN) i.imgur.com/PtPRKzV.png E.Ch√°varri (RUR)
 
cunego59
Interesting startlist, doesn't look too strong. Maybe Ch√°varri can keep the podium streak going?
 
Kiserlovski01
cunego59 wrote:
Interesting startlist, doesn't look too strong. Maybe Ch√°varri can keep the podium streak going?


He could be in the top 3 in terms of climbing but the long time trials are going to cost him no matter what. Verona should be able to better against the clock but has a lower MO stat. I'd be very pleased already if we manage to get the top 5 sponsor goal this time.
 
Tamijo
Guess it's more than i Year since I followed this. Nice to pop in just as the Vuelta is about to begin.

Good luck !
 
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Kiserlovski01
Tamijo wrote:
Guess it's more than i Year since I followed this. Nice to pop in just as the Vuelta is about to begin.

Good luck !


Thank you!
 
Kiserlovski01
Vuelta a Espa√Īa (2.GT)
Part [1/4]


i.imgur.com/ttAHdWi.png Stage 1 | 7.2 km ITT
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The climb in the Granada prologue made the course more suited for punchers with a good TT than for the true specialists. Verona left the ramp early on and had to spent hours in the hot seat. Rein Taaramäe gave him the biggest scare by finishing in the same time but he couldn't deny Carlos his second win of the year and the red jersey.
1Carlos Verona i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team10'44"
2Rein TaaramäeTrek - Segafredos.t.
3Muchaneta WilliamsAstana - Premier Tech+ 2"
4Jack HaigTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 3"
5Matthias BrändleIsrael Start Up Nation+ 5"


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 2 | 193.3 kms
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Iti s not unusual to have decisive climbs early on in La Vuelta and a French duo made good use of one in the second stage. Alaphilippe and Galtier, who have similar skillsets, kept a small gap on the descent. Eventually Galtier, winner of LBL and TDU in the past, sprinted to his maiden GT win and the overall lead.
1Val√©rien GaltierAG2R Citro√ęn Team4h04'24"
2Julian AlaphilippeTeam Qhubeka NextHashs.t.
3Matteo TrentinMovistar Team+ 15"
4Kristian AasvoldTeam TotalEnergiess.t.
5Andrew FennINEOS Grenadierss.t.


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 3 | 160 kms
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Whilst Verona got to wear the green points jersey, the sprinters looked forward to their first true chance on day three. The final third was raced too fiercely for Martínez, who came home far behind the main sprinters. Stuyven beat an army of Aussies and Dutchies for his first ever Vuelta stage win.
1Jasper StuyvenCCC Team3h32'26"
2Caleb EwanBORA - hansgrohes.t.
3Michael MatthewsLotto Soudals.t.
4Wouter WippertTeam DSMs.t.
5Moreno HoflandEF Education - NIPPOs.t.


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 4 | 225.4 kms
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The Belgian champion definitely had the legs to add a second one the day after, during the longest and flattest stage so far. Sadly for him, the day ended with a sixth GT win of the season for Caleb Ewan. Martínez followed the wrong wheels but still managed to finish in 9th.
1Caleb EwanBORA - hansgrohe4h50'00"
2Jasper StuyvenCCC Teams.t.
3Dylan GroenewegenTeam DSMs.t.
4Fabio JakobsenTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
5Nacer BouhanniTeam Qhubeka NextHashs.t.
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9Manuel Martínez i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 5 | 175.5 kms
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Several sprinters made it over the tough climb near Cuenca to be involved in the mass sprint. Stuyven missed out on a second stage win again, this time because of former Estonian champion Saharov triumphing from the break of the day. His consolation prize will be a day in red on the first mountain stage to Valdelinares.
1Alo SaharovTeam TotalEnergies3h44'08"
2Jasper StuyvenCCC Teams.t.
3Nacer BouhanniTeam Qhubeka NextHashs.t.
4Michael MatthewsLotto Soudals.t.
5Jonas BokelohIsrael Start Up Nations.t.


Vuelta a Espa√Īa 2021
GC after stage 5
1Jasper StuyvenCCC Team16h21'40"
2Val√©rien GaltierAG2R Citro√ęn Team+ 1"
3Caleb EwanBORA - hansgrohes.t.
4Matthias BrändleIsrael Start Up Nation+ 4"
5Carlos Verona i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 7"
6Julian AlaphilippeTeam Qhubeka NextHash+ 8"
7Kristian AasvoldTeam TotalEnergies+ 10"
8Fabien GrellierGroupama - FDJ+ 12"
9Rein TaaramäeTrek - Segafredo+ 17"
10Muchaneta WilliamsAstana - Premier Tech+ 19"
i.imgur.com/yyZ93bz.pngJasper Stuyveni.imgur.com/XwLEMKh.pngJasper Stuyveni.imgur.com/zArrtsj.pngJulian Alaphilippei.imgur.com/i1R9ozc.pngValérien Galtier

Edited by Kiserlovski01 on 29-04-2022 17:26
 
Tamijo
Nice start for Verona
 
Ripley
Fine performance by Verona in the prologue, a stage win and a day in red will have made the sponsors very happy.
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Kiserlovski01
Tamijo wrote:
Nice start for Verona
Ripley wrote:
Fine performance by Verona in the prologue, a stage win and a day in red will have made the sponsors very happy.


Very happy with how Verona started the race, though I had hoped he'd keep the jersey a little longer than he did.
 
Kiserlovski01
Vuelta a Espa√Īa (2.GT)
Part [2/4]


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 6 | 209.7 kms
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The first mountain stage was a simple sobering experience. Eder had to let go pretty quickly and lost more than two minutes to the surprising winner. Sergey Chernetskiy thanked his teammate Williams for all his efforts in the best possible way and moved into the red jersey as well.
1Sergey ChernetskiyAstana - Premier Tech4h55'38"
2Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Team+ 6"
3Miguel Angel LópezINEOS Grenadiers+ 26"
4Felix GroßschartnerEF Education - NIPPO+ 37"
5Muchaneta WilliamsAstana - Premier Tech+ 1'28"
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15Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 2'52"


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 7 | 212.3 kms
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Ednaldo Luiz Cortes tried gain something from the breakaway on the next day, but his group was caught inside the last five kilometers. Caleb Ewan sprinted to his second Vuelta (and seventh Grand Tour) stage of the year.
1Caleb EwanBORA - hansgrohe4h44'05"
2Nacer BouhanniTeam Qhubeka NextHashs.t.
3Jasper StuyvenCCC Teams.t.
4Dylan GroenewegenTeam DSMs.t.
5Moreno HoflandEF Education - NIPPOs.t.


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 8 | 187.8 kms
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During the eight stage to Lloret de Mar, the pack acted as if they'd been partying 8 days straight there for a tad too long. Estonia's Alo Saharov only had have one pro win four days ago, now he is the winner of two Vuelta stages too.
1Alo SaharovTeam TotalEnergies3h56'00"
2Alexander KriegerIsrael Start Up Nations.t.
3Shane ArchboldDeceuninck - Quick Steps.t.
4Nicola BoemVini Zab√Ļs.t.
5Juan José LobatoCCC Teams.t.


i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png Stage 9 | 46.9 km ITT
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The hangover would only kick in after the long time trial on stage nine though. Malori had a superb day, putting more than a minute into the other specialists. Eder lost much time and dropped from 15th to 26th overall.
1Adriano MaloriINEOS Grenadiers1h05'34"
2Yoann PaillotCofidis, Solutions Crédits+ 1'17"
3Ryan MullenMovistar Team+ 1'31"
4Cameron MeyerTeam BikeExchange+ 1'51"
5Michael MatthewsLotto Soudal+ 2'04"
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104Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 5'56"


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 10 | 197.6 kms
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A ridiculous 10-day stint before the first rest day ended with a second mountain stage, now one to Ordino Arcalis. The red jersey suffered today but he lost just 50 seconds thanks to a strong helper in Williams. Miguel √Āngel L√≥pez started chipping away at his deficit with the stage win, his second victory of the year.
1Miguel Angel LópezINEOS Grenadiers5h04'15"
2Val√©rien GaltierAG2R Citro√ęn Team+ 24"
3Robert KiserlovskiINEOS Grenadiers+ 39"
4Sergey ChernetskiyAstana Qazaqstan Team+ 51"
5Muchaneta WilliamsAstana Qazaqstan Team+ 1'07"
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8Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 1'24"


Vuelta a Espa√Īa 2021
GC after stage 10
1Sergey ChernetskiyAstana Qazaqstan Team36h11'16"
2Miguel Angel LópezINEOS Grenadiers+ 1'18"
3Val√©rien GaltierAG2R Citro√ęn Team+ 1'35"
4Muchaneta WilliamsAstana Qazaqstan Team+ 2'16"
5Tim WellensLotto Soudal+ 3'21"
6Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Team+ 3'46"
7Dylan van BaarleTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 3'58"
8Felix GroßschartnerEF Education - NIPPO+ 4'08"
9Tony GallopinBORA - hansgrohe+ 4'57"
10Cameron MeyerTeam BikeExchange+ 4'59"
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17Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 6'46"
i.imgur.com/yyZ93bz.pngS. Chernetskiyi.imgur.com/XwLEMKh.pngJ. Stuyveni.imgur.com/zArrtsj.pngD. Calabriai.imgur.com/i1R9ozc.pngV. Galtier

Edited by Kiserlovski01 on 29-04-2022 17:26
 
Ripley
Somewhat disappointing so far. The great Spanish hope Pardo is lagging behind and so is Chavarri. May the rest day change your fortunes!
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Kiserlovski01
Ripley wrote:
Somewhat disappointing so far. The great Spanish hope Pardo is lagging behind and so is Chavarri. May the rest day change your fortunes!


Pretty underwhelming so far indeed, even if the World Championships and Lombardia were Eder's main goals to begin with. Hope his form will keep on improving and he should to if he still wants a top 10 with another long time trial coming up.

Spain should definitely be looking Pardo's way if they still want a domestic winner. Had expected him to sit closer to López at this point though Smile
 
Kiserlovski01
Vuelta a Espa√Īa (2.GT)
Part [3/4]


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 11 | 209.7 kms
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Astana and INEOS shared the workload and allowed the breakaway to fight for the stage. Taaramäe secured an impressive third (!) stage win for Estonia. Eder accelerated from the foot of the last climb with Amilton Serrano's support and eventually only lost time to Pardo and López, who took red. Eder became ninth.
1Rein TaaramäeTrek - Segafredo4h59'20"
2Stefano NardelliEF Education - NIPPO+ 1'05"
3Valentin BaillifardIsrael Start Up Nation+ 1'14"
4Frederico FigueiredoCCC Team+ 1'50"
5David NiquetGroupama - FDJ+ 2'55"
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8Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 3'37"


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 12 | 146 kms
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We definitely should have had a man in the breakaway on the follow-up of a mountain stage but we did not. Verona's attack when things slowed down came too late to catch stage the eventual stage winner Manfredi.
1Andrea ManfrediBahrain Victorious3h10'27"
2Carlos Verona i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 43"
3Thomas BoudatGroupama - FDJs.t.
4Michael MatthewsLotto Soudals.t.
5Caleb EwanBORA - hansgrohes.t.


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 13 | 189.9 kms
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The next stage finished at the short climb to La Bien Aparecida sanctuary. Sergey Chernetskiy won his second stage as Eder was the happiest man in the peloton clinging to the very back of the reduced GC contenders group.
1Sergey ChernetskiyAstana Qazaqstan Team4h12'23"
2Miguel Angel LópezINEOS Grenadierss.t.
3Julian AlaphilippeTeam Qhubeka NextHashs.t.
4Tony GallopinBORA - hansgrohes.t.
5Sindre LunkeTeam TotalEnergiess.t.
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15Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 14 | 169.3 kms
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Eder won the Lagos de Covadonga stage from a breakaway in 2019, but could not find those legs today. Kiserlovski, López and Pardo went clear early on the climb and just kept gaining time, with the red jersey coming out on top. Eder dropped from 9th to 10th gaining time on the wrong riders.
1Miguel Angel LópezINEOS Grenadiers4h33'05"
2Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Team+ 17"
3Robert KiserlovskiINEOS Grenadiers+ 26"
4Val√©rien GaltierAG2R Citro√ęn Team+ 2'20"
5Damian CalabriaUAE-Team Emirates+ 2'33"
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11Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 3'30"


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 15 | 179.8 kms
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His 2019 Covadonga legs did shop up on the 2022 Pajares stage though, even if they didn't keep López from being in total control again. While he outsprinted Chernetskiy for a third stage win, Chávarri moved from 10th to 6th overall.
1Miguel Angel LópezINEOS Grenadiers4h39'35"
2Sergey ChernetskiyAstana Qazaqstan Team+ 6"
3Julian AlaphilippeTeam Qhubeka NextHash+ 27"
4Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 59"
5Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Team+ 1'33"


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 16 | 167.4 kms
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Manuel Martínez joined the breakaway after being nowhere in any of the sprint stages, but his group was caught in the streets of Valladolid. Matthews won the stage after the pace had shattered the bunch. Eder (group 3) lost time but he is still going to tackle La Vuelta's last week starting from GC 6th.
1Michael MatthewsLotto Soudal3h22'29"
2Caleb EwanBORA - hansgrohes.t.
3Jasper StuyvenCCC Teams.t.
4Julian AlaphilippeTeam Qhubeka NextHashs.t.
5Sam BennettQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Teams.t.


Vuelta a Espa√Īa 2021
GC after stage 16
1Miguel Angel LópezINEOS Grenadiers61h14'10"
2Sergey ChernetskiyAstana Qazaqstan Team+ 3'35"
3Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Team+ 5'01"
4Val√©rien GaltierAG2R Citro√ęn Team+ 6'31"
5Julian AlaphilippeTeam Qhubeka NextHash+ 8'36"
6Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 11'16"
7Muchaneta WilliamsAstana Qazaqstan Team+ 13'32"
8Dylan van BaarleTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 13'45"
9Tim WellensLotto Soudal+ 14'07"
10Lilian CalmejaneGroupama - FDJ+ 14'51"
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Kiserlovski01
Vuelta a Espa√Īa (2.GT)
Part [4/4]


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 17 | 156.5 kms
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Everything went according to plan when Ch√°varri made it over the cat.1 Puerto de Navacerrada and then, the descent... Eder crashed along with Alaphilippe and Pardo, among others, and ended up losing the time he had not expected to lose until the upcoming time trial. Somehow he only lost one spot in the GC.
1Omar FraileBahrain Victorious3h49'49"
2Tom SlagterTeam Qhubeka NextHash+ 1'13"
3David NiquetGroupama - FDJ+ 1'54"
4Rein TaaramäeTrek - Segafredos.t.
5Miguel Angel LópezINEOS Grenadiers+ 2'22"
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40Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 5'44"


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 18 | 178.1 kms
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Whilst feeling a little sore, Eder didn't have the worst legs the day after. It was the peloton that gave Teuns and Hirt a free pass to gain minutes. Ch√°varri lost contact with his group near the finish and dropped from 7th to 9th overall.
1Dylan TeunsLotto Soudal4h10'02"
2Bernardo SuazaMovistar Team+ 58"
3Natnael BerhaneTeam TotalEnergies+ 2'28"
4Jan HirtQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team+ 4'40"
5Tsgabu GrmayTeam BikeExchange+ 4'54"
6Timothy RoeEF Education - NIPPO+ 4'59"
7Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Team+ 7'06"
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40Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 7'30"


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 19 | 140.2 kms
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Ednaldo Luiz Cortes, former Brazilian champion and fourth in this season's E3 Classic, joined a breakaway that fought for the stage in the city of Alcobendas. Launching his sprint a little late, he could not get past Petilli and Ben Swift and missed out on a perfect goodbye victory before he's off to Bahrain Victorious.
1Simone PetilliVini Zab√Ļ3h11'44"
2Ben SwiftTeam BikeExchanges.t.
3Ednaldo Luiz Cortes i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.
4Kristian AasvoldTeam TotalEnergiess.t.
5William BartaQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Teams.t.


i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png Stage 20 | 40.1 km ITT
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Despite losing loads of time again, Eder did not ride his worst time trial, losing just a place overall. Ryan Mullen won and GC wise Williams made a remarkable leap from 12th to 6th after coming fourth on the day.
1Ryan MullenMovistar Team51'45"
2Yoann PaillotCofidis, Solutions Crédits+ 6"
3J√©r√īme CoppelAG2R Citro√ęn Team+ 28"
4Muchaneta WilliamsAstana Qazaqstan Team+ 30"
5Miles ScotsonTeam BikeExchange+ 52"
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107Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 4'36"


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 21 | 100.5 kms
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The stage to Madrid ended up being our best day on the flat. The jury somehow gave the stage win to escapee Miles Scotson and Martínez sprinted to a third place. But before that, the high pace tore the pack apart and caught some GC riders off guard. The 57" gap made Chávarri move from 10th to 9th in the final overall standings.
1Miles ScotsonTeam BikeExchange2h02'37"
2Wouter WippertTeam DSMs.t.
3Manuel Martínez i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.
4Tom Van AsbroeckLotto Soudals.t.
5Michael MatthewsLotto Soudals.t.


Vuelta a Espa√Īa 2021
Final overall standings
1Miguel Angel LópezINEOS Grenadiers75h34'07"
2Sergey ChernetskiyAstana Qazaqstan Team+ 2'42"
3Val√©rien GaltierAG2R Citro√ęn Team+ 7'38"
4Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Team+ 10'14"
5Julian AlaphilippeTeam Qhubeka NextHash+ 12'40"
6Muchaneta WilliamsAstana Qazaqstan Team+ 13'43"
7Tim WellensLotto Soudal+ 14'46"
8Dylan van BaarleTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 14'53"
9Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 15'58"
10Dylan TeunsLotto Soudal+ 16'25"
Vuelta a Espa√Īa 2021
Jersey winners
i.imgur.com/yyZ93bz.png Overall Miguel Angel LópezINEOS Grenadiers
i.imgur.com/XwLEMKh.png Points Miguel Angel LópezINEOS Grenadiers
i.imgur.com/zArrtsj.png Mountain Damian CalabriaUAE-Team Emirates
i.imgur.com/i1R9ozc.png Young Val√©rien GaltierAG2R Citro√ęn Team
Best team: Astana Qazaqstan Team


Race recap:
Not the GC top 5 the sponsors had it mind, but Ch√°varri would have come very close if not for his unfortunate crash on stage 17, despite the high number of TT kilometers. We won a stage with Verona and had three other podium finishes.

Galtier and Calabria are well-deserved jersey winners, seeing how they have kept their jerseys since day two and day six respectively. Miguel Angel López' comfortably won his first Grand Tour and probably hadn't expected to have Chernetskiy on the podium with him. The unexpected Russian winner of this year's Paris-Nice continues to perform at a very high level.
 
Ripley
Just as well that Verona won the first stage. 9th is a pretty poor result, though the top 5 isn't that far away and if it hadn't been for that crash on stage 17... well, it involved Alaphilippe as well, so maybe it wouldn't have been a top 5 even then.
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Kiserlovski01
Ripley wrote:
Just as well that Verona won the first stage. 9th is a pretty poor result, though the top 5 isn't that far away and if it hadn't been for that crash on stage 17... well, it involved Alaphilippe as well, so maybe it wouldn't have been a top 5 even then.


In hindsight, Verona's stage win was an early high indeed. The sprint stages were all disappointing except for the last one and the crash destroyed all chances of that expected top 5. Tough to see Ch√°varri's improving legs unrewarded in the end.
 
Kiserlovski01
WT classics away from La Vuelta


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 219.5 kms | EuroEyes Cyclassics Hamburg
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C. BarberoJ.L. CamposL. DoncelP. Furer
E. LarraN. PadillaV. Pinheiral


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Barbero finished on the podium last year and perfectly knew whose wheel to take in Germany's second biggest city. Fernando Gaviria did win the latest two editions of this race after all.

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He wouldn't even come close to matching the Colombian's sprint today though. Gaviria added a clear third win to his tally by finishing relatively far ahead of Guyot and Pelucchi.


EuroEyes Cyclassics 2021
Race results
1Fernando GaviriaTeam DSM4h57'27"
2Romain GuyotGroupama - FDJs.t.
3Matteo PelucchiAstana - Premier Techs.t.
4Marco KönigBahrain Victoriouss.t.
5Mike TeunissenTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
6Carlos Barbero i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.
7Nikias ArndtTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
8Marcel FranzTrek - Segafredos.t.
9Yves LampaertDeceuninck - Quick Steps.t.
10Alberto BettiolUAE-Team Emiratess.t.


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i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 236 kms | Bretagne Classic - Ouest-France
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L. DoncelP. FurerE. LarraN. Padilla
V. PinheiralD. OchoaG. Vilda


The stacked field with an interesting mix of strong sprinters, punchers and true climbers did not make for an exciting race, to put things mildly. The bunch had to give its all to reel in the breakaway on the final lap.

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Whereas we had hoped Ochoa could make a move on the ultimate climb, only Lotto's Krigbaum opened up a gap on it. His move and the peloton's chase fell short against Groupama's Kustadinchev's effort. It got the Russian his first pro win and his team some vital WT points.


Bretagne Classic - Ouest-France 2021
Race results
1Roman KustadinchevGroupama - FDJ5h26'53"
2Matteo PelucchiAstana Qazaqstan Teams.t.
3Peter SaganBahrain Victoriouss.t.
4Mathias KrigbaumLotto Soudals.t.
5Marc SarreauB&B Hotels p/b KTMs.t.
6Simon YatesINEOS Grenadierss.t.
7Nick Van Der LijkeTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
8Pierre-Henri LecuisinierB&B Hotels p/b KTMs.t.
9Niki TerpstraTeam DSMs.t.
10Alberto BettiolUAE-Team Emiratess.t.
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i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 206.7 kms | Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec
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P. BilbaoP. FurerA. MendigainJ. Noria
N. PadillaF. PalmeroE. Zardini


The first of the Canadian classics brought us to Québec, where Ion Izagirre managed to win for us back in 2018. It wasn't an exciting race then, and it wasn't this time either. The pack just got thinned with each lap.

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That was until Qhubeka's top favouriter Dieter Walker kicked away on the first of two climbs inside the final lap. Bahrain's Kenyeres couldn't bridge the gap but still held on for second. Bilbao just made the top 10 for us.


Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec 2021
Race results
1Dieter WalkerTeam Qhubeka NextHash5h24'37"
2Abel KenyeresBahrain Victorious+ 45"
3Nairo QuintanaBahrain Victoriouss.t.
4Moreno MoserINEOS Grenadierss.t.
5Graeme HammondINEOS Grenadierss.t.
6Dries Van GestelQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Teams.t.
7Edward TheunsLotto Soudals.t.
8Rubén FernándezTeam Qhubeka NextHashs.t.
9Victor LafayQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Teams.t.
10Pello Bilbao i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.


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i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 205.8 kms | Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal
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C. BarberoF. CollaP. FurerA. Mendigain
J. NoriaN. PadillaE. Zardini


In Montréal we were looking to do better than Intxausti's fourth place in 2019.

The Qhubeka rider to attack in last lap here was Rubén Fernández, but he ended up in a group of the strong men with our Paul Furer, who had one of the best days of his year.

Behind that group, Barbero had made the cut in the bunch, ready to launch his sprint in case the leaders would slow down.

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They did start to look at one another and Furer launched the sprint first. So did Barbero, just in case Paul was about to get pipped. Turned out to be the right choice as Carlos snatched the biggest classic win of his career with Furer coming in third and Dan Martin finishing in between.


Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal 2021
Race results
1Carlos Barbero i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team5h29'11"
2Daniel MartinBORA - hansgrohes.t.
3Paul Furer i.imgur.com/NPq1JhW.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.
4Rubén FernándezTeam Qhubeka NextHashs.t.
5Carlos BetancurMovistar Teams.t.
6Lo√Įc VliegenLotto Soudals.t.
7Wilco KeldermanTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
8Graeme HammondINEOS Grenadierss.t.
9Axel CarlesINEOS Grenadierss.t.
10Daniele RattoIsrael - Premier Techs.t.

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Ripley
Congratulations! What a result! Barbero and Furer, too.
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Kiserlovski01
Ripley wrote:
Congratulations! What a result! Barbero and Furer, too.


Thank you, an unexpected win for sure. Good thing feeling guilty didn't keep me from sprinting behind Furer with Barbero. Smile
 
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