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Caja Rural '21 | Giro [5/5]
Kiserlovski01
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i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png CE Great Ocean Road Race (1.UWT) i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png
Victoria, 172 kms
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CE Great Ocean Road Race
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1.Zico Waeytens1.Kristian Sbaragli1.Marco Haller
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3.Juan José Lobato3.Ben Swift3.Mathieu van der Poel
CE Great Ocean Road Race 2020
Race profile
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CE Great Ocean Road Race 2020
Top riders
Gert-Jan Bosman Davide Cimolai Valerio Conti
Sonny Colbrelli Simone Consonni Ruben Fern√°ndez
Jay McCarthy Rodrigue Nguyen Quentin Pacher
CE Great Ocean Road Race 2020
Team lineup
C. BarberoP. BilbaoJ.L. CamposL. Doncel
Jes. HerradaF. PalmeroE. Zardini
 
Kiserlovski01
i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 172 kms | Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race (1.UWT)
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The CE Great Ocean Road Race featured on the World Tour calendar for the first time this year. As a result, not too many top riders showed up at the start line. Barbero hoped to do well here too after his win in Mallorca.

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As Gougeard attacked from a reduced bunch on the last climb, our sprinter was strong enough to pull the chasing group almost on his own. When it mattered most, S√ľtterlin and Van Asbroeck refused to work with him and Roy Jans couldn't.

Bilbao caught up and helped Carlos out, but by then Gougeard's gap was decisive.

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Barbero eventually missed the podium too when S√ľtterlin and Van Asbroeck finally stretched their legs in the final sprint.


CE Great Ocean Road Race 2021
Race results
1Alexis GougeardDeceuninck - Quick Step3h46'54"
2Tom Van AsbroeckLotto Soudal+ 44"
3Jasha S√ľtterlinTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
4Carlos Barbero i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.
5Peter KennaughBORA - hansgrohe+ 57"
6Roy JansLotto Soudal+ 1'06"
7Davide CimolaiIsrael Start Up Nations.t.
8Sonny ColbrelliMovistar Teams.t.
9Domenico CalandrinoUAE-Team Emiratess.t.
10Pello Bilbao i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.

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Kiserlovski01
Colombia National Championships


i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png 34.5 kms | Time Trial :: Paipa - Duitama
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Only two our riders showed up for the mostly flat time trial, and in modest shape. Ochoa's performance was disappointing but Padilla did much better than expected.

Nehem√≠as finished just a tad slower than the fastest riders of that moment. The big guns, however, rode quite a lot faster than all of them. Miguel √Āngel L√≥pez eventually took a clear win ahead of Nairo Quintana and time trial talent Karlo Aponte.


1Miguel Angel LopezTeam INEOS46'32"
2Nairo QuintanaBahrain - McLaren+ 22"
3Karlo AponteColombia Tierra de Atletas+ 24"
4Jhonatan RestrepoTeam Arkéa - Samsic+ 29"
5Winner AnaconaTeam INEOS+ 32"
6Percy LobatónBiesse Arvedi+ 1'13"
7José RebosioColombia Tierra de Atletas+ 1'14"
8Nehemías Padilla i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 1'18"
9Daniel Felipe MartinezColombia Tierra de Atletas+ 1'20"
10Edward DiazColombia Tierra de Atletas+ 1'22"



i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png 186.6 kms | Road Race :: Bucaramanga - Bucaramanga
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Edward Beltran was riding alone out front when Heiner Parra attacked to join him. The others let him go.

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We took the responsibility of keeping the two within reach, which was not an easy thing to do on the tricky course. With the laps to go Dayer Quintana attacked when we had no helpers left.

Our leader of the day never got closer to them than 1'20" because they kept working together perfectly.

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No attacks happened between the two leaders. The difference was clear though on the home straight, where Beltran was visibly faster than Parra.




1Eduard BeltranRally Cycling6h38'47"
2Heiner ParraColombia Tierra de Atletass.t.
3Dayer Quintana i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 7'01"
4Nairo QuintanaBahrain - McLaren+ 25'04"
5Miguel Angel LopezTeam INEOS+ 26'07"
6Sebastian Henao i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.
7Esteban ChavesMovistar Teams.t.
8Juan ChamorroTeam Total Direct Energies.t.
9Carlos BetancurMovistar Team+ 26'27"
10Julian ArredondoMovistar Teams.t.
 
Kiserlovski01
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Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana (2.Pro)
Spain, 5 stages
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Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana
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1.Chad Haga
2.Jonathan Castroviejo No race No race
3.Sergey Chernetskiy
Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana 2021
Stages
1.i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png 15km2.i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 162km3.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 168km4.i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 138km5.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 120km
Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana 2021
Top riders
GC riders:Sprinters:Other:
Benjamin Brkic Nikias Arndt Carlos Betancur
Rodrigo Contreras Gert-Jan Bosman Matthias Brändle
Ruben Fern√°ndez Sonny Colbrelli Alessandro De Marchi
Peter Kennaugh Michal Kolar Yoann Paillot
Diego Ulissi Ibai Olivares Dylan Teuns
Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana 2021
Team lineup
C. BarberoR. GuerreiroJes. HerradaJ. Noria
V. PinheiralD. QuintanaE. Zardini
 
Kiserlovski01
Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana (2.Pro)


i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png Stage 1 | 15.2 km ITT
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With our lineup, the only man who could make something from this time trial was Ruben Guerreiro. A solid ride made him join a very Italian top 5.

1Raffaele Lo MonacoNTT Pro Cycling Team21'50"
2Diego UlissiUAE-Team Emirates+ 15"
3Ivan SassanelliTeam Total Direct Energie+ 17"
4Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 24"
5Leonardo ScartabelliBahrain - McLaren+ 26"


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 2 | 162.4 kms
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With Ulissi being the only climber ahead of him in the standings, Ruben must have counted at least a little on grabbing the leaders jersey on stage two. However, he would end up playing catch up all the way up Coll de Fredes. As Ruben Fern√°ndez swept up Chamorro inside the last kilometer, Ruben finished over a minute down.

1Rubén FernándezNTT Pro Cycling Team3h48'18"
2Diego UlissiUAE-Team Emirates+ 25"
3Juan ChamorroTeam Total Direct Energies.t.
4Jordi SimónBahrain - McLarens.t.
5Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 1'03"


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 3 | 168.1 kms
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Sprinter Carlos Barbero had the worst possible legs on the flat third stage, as he burned up most of his energy just keeping the wheel of the man in front of him. Thanks to the modest field he still crossed the line in sixth place.

1Kenneth VanbilsenLotto Soudal3h40'57"
2Michael CarbelTeam Arkéa - Samsics.t.
3Romain CardisTeam Total Direct Energies.t.
4Tonio SerratoreVini Zab√Ļ - KTMs.t.
5Gert-Jan BosmanNTT Pro Cycling Teams.t.
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6Carlos Barbero i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 4 | 138.4 kms
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Ruben's plan for the brutal Xorret de Catí on stage 4 was simple: hit the climb like a madman to see if that would help him do something about the time lost on day two.

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As soon as he started, a gap opened up behind him. When he caught and dropped breakaway rider Martinelli, Ruben had 35" on a group that didn't feature race leader Fern√°ndez.

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Ruben kept gaining time on everything bar Dylan Teuns, who slowly crawled his way back to the Portuguese's wheel. A new impulse just before the top was enough to secure the stage even before the final descent.

Fern√°ndez finished far adrift from the other contenders and lost his jersey to Ruben.


1Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team3h25'28"
2Dylan TeunsLotto Soudal+ 8"
3Natnael BerhaneTeam Total Direct Energie+ 1'35"
4Juan ChamorroTeam Total Direct Energies.t.
5Diego UlissiUAE-Team Emiratess.t.
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17Ruben Fern√°ndezNTT Pro Cycling Team+ 3'19"


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 5 | 120.6 kms
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With the overall win all but secured and Barbero's mediocre form, we didn't chase the breakaway too hard on the final stage. We were totally fine with Jumbo-Visma's Wattimury beating Martinelli for the stage win.

1Sabastian WattimuryTeam Jumbo-Visma2h34'39"
2Davide MartinelliAstana Pro Teams.t.
3Jon Ander InsaustiFundación - Orbeas.t.
4Romain CardisTeam Total Direct Energies.t.
5Juan Sebastian MolanoUAE-Team Emiratess.t.
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17Carlos Barbero i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.


Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana 2021
Final overall standings
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1Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team13h52'29"
2Diego UlissiUAE-Team Emirates+ 52"
3Juan ChamorroTeam Total Direct Energie+ 1'36"
4Dylan TeunsLotto Soudal+ 2'10"
5Rubén FernándezNTT Pro Cycling Team+ 2'35"
6Peter KennaughBORA - hansgrohe+ 3'54"
7Carlos BetancurMovistar Team+ 4'49"
8Patrick BevinUAE-Team Emirates+ 5'05"
9Rodrigo ContrerasBORA - hansgrohe+ 5'47"
10Ivan SassanelliTeam Total Direct Energie+ 6'08"
Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana 2021
Jersey winners
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i.imgur.com/FEC75i7.png Overall Ruben GuerreiroRuralvía-CCU Pro Team
i.imgur.com/wNIoiZP.png Points Diego UlissiAG2R La Mondiale
i.imgur.com/Bfx5V3e.png Mountain Ruben GuerreiroRuralvía-CCU Pro Team
i.imgur.com/BZx0tuv.png Young Ivan SassanelliTeam Total Direct Energie
Best team: Ruralvía-CCU Pro Team

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Tour Colombia 2.1 (2.1)


Another race with a pretty modest field. We were looking at Martínez to compete in the sprints with Chávarri being our man for the overall.

i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 1 | 153.7 kms
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After a very fast ride on stage 1, our train never really managed to make it to the front. Martínez sprinted to 10th, far behind stage winner Kristian Sbaragli.

1Kristian SbaragliMovistar Team3h18'25"
2Gert-Jan BosmanNTT Pro Cycling Teams.t.
3Dylan van BaarleTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
4Milan MentenAlpecin - Fenixs.t.
5Nikias ArndtTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
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10Manuel Martínez i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 2 | 141.4 kms
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On day two, the punchers' teams could definitely hurt the sprinters. Sadly for them, we would bounce back perfectly after the stage 1 fiasco.

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Against our proper expectations, Martínez climbed well enough to stay with the bunch on the cat.2 climb. Our promising sprinter kicked away powerfully on the final straight to bag his second ever stage win, and saw the other sprinters gather next to no points for that jersey.


1Manuel Martínez i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team3h23'20
2Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.
3Rodrigo ContrerasBORA - hansgrohes.t.
4Bauke MollemaTeam Sunwebs.t.
5Michael ValgrenTeam ColoQuicks.t.


i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png Stage 3 | 39 km ITT
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The time trial on day three hurt us like we knew it would. Martínez rode almost 7 minutes slower than Dowsett. On the other hand, Chávarri finished close to the other GC contenders.

1Alex DowsettTeam INEOS52'34"
2Nathan BrownDeceuninck - Quick Step+ 43"
3James McLaughlinTeam INEOS+ 48"
4Sjors RoosenTeam Sunweb+ 53"
5Tobias LudvigssonDeceuninck - Quick Steps.t.
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20Nélson Oliveira i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 2'31"


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 4 | 190 kms
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The pretty bumpy finale of stage 4 proved too hard for Martínez, who failed to bag any points at the final sprint and lost the points jersey to Bosman. Lucio Pereiro finished just ahead of the pack after a long breakaway.

1Lucio PereiroMassi Vivo - Conecta4h11'03"
2André LooijTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
3Nikias ArndtTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
4Kristian SbaragliMovistar Teams.t.
5Marcel FranzTrek - Segafredos.t.
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12Ednaldo Luiz Cortes i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 5 | 143.7 kms
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A strong group of GC contenders broke clear right away on the first mountain stage and no team was strong enough to do anything about it anymore.

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Local hero Esteban Chaves beat George Bennett for the win while our leader finished way further down the field than he had hoped.


1Esteban ChavesMovistar Team4h13'35"
2George BennettTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
3Bernardo SuazaMovistar Team+ 53"
4Winner AnaconaTeam INEOS+ 1'30"
5Aidan van NiekerkProTouchs.t.
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15Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 3'39"


i.imgur.com/xFpGiMO.png Stage 6 | 160.9 kms
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In a final try to turn things around, Henao and Ch√°varri joined the break of the day on the final stage. The two of them didn't have the legs to play a major role today.

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Rubén Fernández felt like a fish in the water on the very steep climbs and shook Gesink and Hansen in the final meters to win the stage.George Bennett gained just enough time on Chaves to secure the overall win.

Points jersey leader Bosman missed the time limit, which meant that Martínez finished one point short to win it himself.


1Rubén FernándezNTT Pro Cycling Team5h11'14"
2Bauke MollemaTeam Sunwebs.t.
3Jesper HansenTeam ColoQuicks.t.
4Constantino MartínezTeam Illuminate+ 1'04"
5Peter KennaughBORA - hansgrohes.t.
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10Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 4'31"


Tour Colombia 2.1 2021
Final overall standings
1George BennettTeam Jumbo-Visma21h15'37"
2Esteban ChavesMovistar Team+ 6"
3Rubén FernándezNTT Pro Cycling Team+ 1'57"
4Bauke MollemaTeam Sunweb+ 2'00"
5Patrick KonradBORA - hansgrohe+ 2'26"
6Peter KennaughBORA - hansgrohe+ 4'09"
7Daniel TeklehaimanotTeam Arkéa - Samsic+ 4'46"
8Shani OdhiamboNTT Pro Cycling Team+ 5'08"
9Adolfo CaneloProTouch+ 5'14"
10Julian ArredondoMovistar Team+ 5'29"
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14Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 7'39"
Tour Colombia 2.1 2021
Jersey winners
i.imgur.com/WeHexjw.png Overall George BennettTeam Jumbo-Visma
i.imgur.com/V9UdfdH.png Points Kristian SbaragliMovistar Team
i.imgur.com/ROSZTmx.png Mountain Jesper HansenTeam ColoQuick
i.imgur.com/3cFJReV.png Young Shani OdhiamboNTT Pro Cycling Team
Best team: Movistar Team
 
Ripley
It was only a 2.1 race. Let the other teams peak early and beat them in the WT races. Smile
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Kiserlovski01
Ripley wrote:
It was only a 2.1 race. Let the other teams peak early and beat them in the WT races. Smile


Exactly!

Spoiler
*prays silently that we somehow do well in the WT races before Catalunya for once*
 
Kiserlovski01
Spanish Classics


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 176.5 kms | Vuelta a Murcia (1.1)
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When José Luis Campos had to let go in the breakaway group, we decided to up the pace on the hillier stretch of the course.

Zardini ended up reducing the pack to about 10 riders. A few caught up on the descent but only they would fight for the win today.

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Gallopin and Lunke attacked just before the last bump, forcing Verona to close a gap up the final, concrete road climb. But he handled it perfectly. Haig and Teuns couldn't match his pace, Gallopin cracked too and Lunke stranded in his wheel when Carlos launched his final sprint. It was his first win with our team.


1Carlos Verona i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team4h09'22"
2Sindre LunkeTeam Total Direct Energies.t.
3Jack HaigTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 11"
4Dylan TeunsLotto Soudals.t.
5Tony GallopinBORA - hansgrohes.t.
6Frédéric BrigantiAG2R La Mondiale+ 52"
7Louis VervaekeLotto Soudal+ 1'16"
8Edoardo Zardini i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 3'00"
9Lo√Įc VliegenLotto Soudals.t.
10Nicolás MartínezTeam Total Direct Energies.t.



i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 184.2 kms | Clasica de Almería (1.Pro)
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A few days later, we were not quite as succesful in the 1.Pro Clasica de Almería. Literally every breakaway attempt got neutralised due to the very high pace.

Despite reduced fitness, Barbero made it over the climbs but without support he lost his way when the sprint trains appeared. In the end Nacer Bouhanni's brother Rayane bagged his and CCC's first win of the season.


1Rayane BouhanniCCC Team3h56'09"
2Mike TeunissenTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
3Phil BauhausTeam Sunwebs.t.
4Wim AlderwereltLotto Soudals.t.
5Vadim GaleyevCofidis, Solutions Créditss.t.
6PaweŇā FranczakMitchelton-Scotts.t.
7Jonathan DibbenTeam INEOSs.t.
8Jasha S√ľtterlinTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
9Elmar ReindersTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
10Jan MaasTeam Sunwebs.t.
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20Carlos Barbero i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.
 
Kiserlovski01
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Vuelta a Andalucia (2.Pro)
Spain, 5 stages
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Vuelta a Andalucia
Latest editions
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1.Wilco Kelderman1.Adam Yates1.Julian Alaphilippe
2.Lachlan Morton2.Peter Sagan2.Ion Izagirre
3.Clément Chevrier3.Valérien Galtier3.Bob Jungels
Vuelta a Andalucia 2021
Stages
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Vuelta a Andalucia 2021
Top riders
GC riders:Sprinters:Other:
Fabio Aru Juan José Lobato Emanuel Buchmann
Lawson Craddock Mads Pedersen Tony Gallopin
Joe Dombrowski Mike Teunissen Mathias Krigbaum
Wilco Kelderman Edward Theuns Ryan Mullen
Juan Pardo Kenneth Vanbilsen Diego Ulissi
Vuelta a Andalucia 2021
Team lineup
P. BilbaoE. Ch√°varriJ. HerradaI. Izagirre
J. NoriaN. OliveiraE. Zardini
 
Kiserlovski01
Vuelta a Andalucia (2.Pro)


i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png Stage 1 | 6.7 km ITT
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Former Portuguese champion Nelson Oliveira was by far our best man in the Almería prologue, but it just wasn't to be for him in the fight for the stage win.

Gonz√°lez had already given him a scare when both Krigbaum and Eisenhart both rode faster than him. Top favorite Mullen eventually triumphed completing the course in exactly 9 minutes.


1Ryan MullenMovistar Team9'00"
2Taylor EisenhartEF Education First Pro Team+ 1"
3Mathias KrigbaumLotto Soudals.t.
4Nelson Oliveira i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 9"
5Mario Gonz√°lezMovistar Team+ 10"


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 2 | 182.6 kms
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Eder Ch√°varri had exquisite legs on day two and couldn't hide it anymore on the last categorised climb. Herrada helped him get away from the pack and together they swept up the last man from the break. Eder hit the final two climbs alone.

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Jan Hirt caught up on the last bump, yet none of the other riders could. The Czech was happy to finish in the same time, as Eder secured his first win of the year but remained 1" adrift of the GC lead.

1Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team4h46'41"
2Jan HirtDeceuninck - Quick Steps.t.
3Fabio AruUAE-Team Emirates+ 46"
4Wilco KeldermanTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
5Diego RubioFundación - Orbeas.t.


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 3 | 191.7 kms
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Stage 3 was the first chance for Eder to do something about the 1" deficit. Too bad he couldn't find the legs of day two to give it a try. He sat off the back of the main group all the way up to the hermitage of Virgen de la Sierra de Cabra.

A very generous jury gave him the same time as stage winner Kelderman and GC leader Hirt.


1Wilco KeldermanTeam Jumbo-Visma4h34'48"
2Sindre LunkeTeam Total Direct Energies.t.
3Odd Christian EikingUAE-Team Emiratess.t.
4Jan HirtDeceuninck - Quick Steps.t.
5Vincenzo NibaliAstana Pro Teams.t.
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13Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 4 | 179.4 kms
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With no bonus seconds at any of the sprints, stage four was a matter of staying out of trouble for us. CCC's powerful leadout for Lobato kept breakaway rider Fridtjof R√łinas from winning the stage.

1Juan José LobatoCCC Team3h55'24"
2Christian KochCCC Teams.t.
3Mike TeunissenTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
4Patryk KomisarekCCC Teams.t.
5Jacopo GuarnieriAstana Pro Teams.t.


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 5 | 159.1 kms
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Eder did have a plan for the final stage, but the legs and bad positioning at the final bump decided otherwise. GC second was more than enough to accomplish our top 5 sponsor goal though.

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Jes√ļs Herrada was the strongest man of a breakaway trio but he got reeled in by the sprinters inside the last hectometers.


1Edward TheunsLotto Soudal3h55'24"
2Mike TeunissenTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
3Lo√Įc VliegenLotto Soudals.t.
4Jes√ļs Herrada i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralv√≠a-CCU Pro Teams.t.
5Odd Christian EikingUAE-Team Emiratess.t.


Vuelta a Andalucia 2021
Final GC standings
1Jan HirtDeceuninck - Quick Step17h45'52"
2Eder Chávarri i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 1"
3Wilco KeldermanTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 12"
4Tony GallopinBORA - hansgrohe+ 28"
5Diego RubioFundación - Orbea+ 31"
6Sindre LunkeTeam Total Direct Energie+ 34"
7Fabio AruUAE-Team Emirates+ 40"
8Lawson CraddockBORA - hansgrohe+ 1'34"
9Alessandro De MarchiMovistar Team+ 1'52"
10Juan Andrés PardoMovistar Team+ 1'53"
Vuelta a Andalucia 2021
Jersey winners
i.imgur.com/SjyVqbs.png Overall Jan HirtDeceuninck - QuickStep
i.imgur.com/LybbmHt.png Points Wilco KeldermanTeam Jumbo-Visma
i.imgur.com/KxVnurD.png Mountain Alexander RybakovAndroni Giocattoli - Sidermec
i.imgur.com/zfZ1Wm9.png Young Eder ChávarriRuralvía-CCU Pro Team
Best team: Bora - hansgrohe
 
sutty68
Nice to see the team is still having success Cool
 
Kiserlovski01
sutty68 wrote:
Nice to see the team is still having success Cool


I second that Smile.
 
Kiserlovski01
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Volta ao Algarve (2.Pro)
Portugal, 5 stages
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Volta ao Algarve
Latest editions
202020192018
1.Thomas De Gendt1.Tao G. Hart1.Tom Slagter
2.Sami Al Jadeedi2.Bauke Mollema2.Robert Gesink
3.Sam Vandenborre3.Steven Kruijswijk3.Ruben Guerreiro
Volta ao Algarve 2021
Stages
1.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 205km2.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 194km3.i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png 34km4.i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 193km5.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 95km
Volta ao Algarve 2021
Top riders
GC riders:Sprinters:Other:
François Auguste Andrea Guardini Oliver Naesen
Nello De Battisti Moreno Hofland Wilfried Köhler
Valérien Galtier Jasper Stuyven Sep Vanmarcke
Volta ao Algarve 2021
Team lineup
Ednaldo Luiz CortesLuken Doncel
Ruben GuerreiroNehemías Padilla
Vitor PinheiralDiego Sagasta
Carlos Verona
 
Kiserlovski01
Volta ao Algarve (2.Pro)


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 1 | 205.7 kms
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With no sprinter in our lineup, we didn't care too much about the flatter stages. We stayed out of trouble on day one as Moreno Hofland sprinted to the yellow leaders jersey. Pinheiral's 7th place grantd him the right to start in the white jersey on day two.

1Moreno HoflandEF Education First Pro Team4h44'40"
2Alexey KurbatovGazprom - Rusvelos.t.
3Sean De BieCircus - Wanty Goberts.t.
4Alex KirschAlpecin - Fenixs.t.
5Louis VerhelstSport Vlaanderen - Baloises.t.
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7Vitor Pinheiral i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 2 | 194.2 kms
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Neo pro Luken Doncel joined the break on day two, but he couldn't do enough to take the KoM jersey and his group didn't stand a chance for the stage.

Despite Verona's late acceleration, Hofland made it two out of two.


1Moreno HoflandEF Education First Pro Team4h37'10"
2Jasper StuyvenCCC Teams.t.
3Anthony RouxB&B Hotels - Vital Concept p/b KTMs.t.
4Elia FavilliEF Education First Pro Teams.t.
5J√©r√īme CoppelAG2R La Mondiales.t.
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10Carlos Verona i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.


i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png Stage 3 | 34.8 km ITT
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Guerreiro had targeted the long time rial to gain time on his fellow GC men and despite a modest daily form, he managed to do so. Verona had a good day as well as he finished faster than Ruben.

1Anton VorobyevGazprom - Rusvelo50'24"
2Ruud CremersCircus - Wanty Gobert+ 13"
3Wilfried KöhlerCCC Team+ 40"
4Sean De BieCircus - Wanty Gobert+ 43"
5J√©r√īme CoppelAG2R La Mondiale+ 44"
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6Carlos Verona i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 46"
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8Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 52"


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 4 | 193.8 kms
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Galtier was the only GC rider to try something ahead of the final climb on the annual Malh√£o stage.

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Verona didn't have a good enough day to make up the time needed for a top GC result.

Guerreiro needed some time to work his way through a pack and past some riders from the break, but he started to open up a decisive gap after that.

Bystrom won the stage from the break as Ruben came third clear of all other GC men and grabbed the overall lead.


1Sven Erik Bystr√łmCCC Team4h50'20"
2Jonathan BreyneSport Vlaanderen - Baloise+ 13"
3Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 25"
4Joaquim SilvaW52 - FC Porto+ 36"
5Valérien GaltierAG2R La Mondiales.t.


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 5 | 95.1 kms
i.imgur.com/FMlfr7l.png


No reason for us to do much chasing on the last stage. Monti landed a prestigious win for the local L.A. Aluminios team while Ruben secured his second overall win of the year.

1Matteo MontiL. A. Aluminios/ L. A. Sport2h01'20"
2Riccardo DonatoVini Zab√Ļ - KTMs.t.
3Ruud CremersCircus - Wanty Goberts.t.
4Carlos RibeiroEfapels.t.
5Unai ArranzBurgos - BHs.t.


Volta ao Algarve 2021
Final overall standings
1Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team17h05'07"
2Joaquim SilvaW52 - FC Porto+ 17"
3Anthony RouxB&B Hotels - Vital Concept + 28"
4José GonçalvesBurgos - BH+ 37"
5Moreno HoflandEF Education First Pro Team+ 44"
6Valérien GaltierAG2R La Mondiale+ 52"
7Carlos Verona i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 57"
8Sean De BieCircus - Wanty Gobert+ 1'08"
9Sven Erik Bystr√łmCCC Team+ 1'09"
10Enrico GutledererEfapel+ 1'14"
Volta ao Algarve 2021
Jersey winners
i.imgur.com/lheqBIU.png Overall Ruben GuerreiroRuralvía-CCU Pro Team
i.imgur.com/ohhpdPp.png Points Moreno HoflandEF Pro Cycling
i.imgur.com/kfTMb7K.png Mountain Markus HoelgaardUAE Team Emirates
i.imgur.com/8XD56kJ.png Young Valérien GaltierAG2R La Mondiale
Best team: Ruralvía-CCU Pro Team
 
Kiserlovski01
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UAE Tour (2.UWT)
UAE, 7 stages
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UAE Tour
Latest editions

No previous editions

UAE Tour 2021
Stages
1.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 174km2.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 129km3.i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png 127km4.i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 205km
5.i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 141km6.i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png 142km7.i.imgur.com/7djCDDF.png 48km
UAE Tour 2021
Top riders
GC riders:Sprinters:Other:
Rodrigo Contreras Nacer Bouhanni Phil Bauhaus
Davide Formolo Bryan Coquard Victor Campenaerts
Patrick Konrad John Degenkolb Mads Pedersen
Thibaut Pinot Logan Owen Lukas Spengler
Adam Yates Boris Vallée Tim Wellens
UAE Tour 2021
Team lineup
J. CaicedoL. DoncelR. GuerreiroI. Izagirre
A. MendigainF. PalmeroA. SerranoE. Zardini
 
Kiserlovski01
UAE Tour (2.UWT)


i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 1 | 174.9 kms
i.imgur.com/lpllisY.png
i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 2 | 129 kms
i.imgur.com/oNwX1KZ.png
i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Stage 3 | 127.6 kms
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No job but the stay safe for us on the flatter stages, as all our men for the flat were either training or preparing for Omloop Het Nieuwsblad.

NTT did have a man eager to win again on a World Tour event. Coquard couldn't finish off his team's superb leadout on day one, but he would make up for that twice by winning the next two stages.

Stage 1

1Logan OwenTeam INEOS3h46'21"
2Bryan CoquardNTT Pro Cycling Teams.t.
3Marcel FranzTrek - Segafredos.t.

Stage 2

1Bryan CoquardNTT Pro Cycling Team2h37'03"
2Logan OwenTeam INEOSs.t.
3Sonny ColbrelliMovistar Teams.t.

Stage 3

1Bryan CoquardNTT Pro Cycling Team2h30'50"
2Sonny ColbrelliMovistar Teams.t.
3Mads PedersenBORA - hansgrohes.t.


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 4 | 205.1 kms
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Coquard continued to do great on day four, which brought us the Hatta Dam stage. The race leader survived as the group kept getting thinned and ended up outsprinting the others with ease.

Ruben made the cut at first but the jury felt like he didn't keep up with the first group in the sprint.


1Bryan CoquardNTT Pro Cycling Team4h36'11"
2Daniel MartinBORA - hansgrohes.t.
3Andrea ManfrediBahrain - McLarens.t.
4Toms SkujinsTrek - Segafredos.t.
5Enrico BattaglinBahrain - McLarens.t.
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8Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 22"


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 5 | 141.6 kms
i.imgur.com/cPGYyB0.png


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Our own Francesc Palmero was the strongest escapee on the hilly fifth stage but the flat run into the line was too long to stay clear. Izagirre's late attack didn't keep Coquard from winning his fourth consecutive stage.

1Bryan CoquardNTT Pro Cycling Team3h19'23"
2Nacer BouhanniNTT Pro Cycling Teams.t.
3Ion Izagirre i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.
4Christian KochCCC Teams.t.
5Sondre Holst EngerAstana Pro Teams.t.


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 6 | 142.8 kms
i.imgur.com/6b7Yq3n.png

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Guerreiro had good legs again on the ____/ mountain stage to Jebel Hafeet, yet he was left stranded with the other favourites when Wellens launched a smartly timed attack. Guerreiro climbed to fourth in the overall standings.

1Tim WellensLotto Soudal3h08'36"
2Andrea ManfrediBahrain - McLaren+ 53"
3Rodrigo ContrerasBORA - hansgrohes.t.
4Adam YatesBahrain - McLarens.t.
5Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Teams.t.


i.imgur.com/zMBJxFz.png Stage 7 | 48.2 km ITT
i.imgur.com/Xy6xTXI.png

i.imgur.com/TlAYHm5.png


The presence of some true specialists made for huge time on the conclusive time trial. Ruben rode faster than any of his closest rivals and set foot on the second step on the podium.

1Lukas MeilerIsrael Start Up Nation1h03'11"
2Lasse Norman HansenMovistar Team+ 26"
3Victor CampenaertsNTT Pro Cycling Team+ 1'16"
4Yoann PaillotCofidis, Solutions Crédits+ 1'19"
5Fredrik LudvigssonCCC Team+ 1'30"
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14Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 3'06"
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19Tim WellensLotto Soudal+ 3'45"


UAE Tour 2021
Final overall standings
1Tim WellensLotto Soudal21h05'10"
2Ruben Guerreiro i.imgur.com/NKp27Y6.pngRuralvía-CCU Pro Team+ 46"
3Adam YatesBahrain - McLaren+ 2'15"
4Bryan CoquardNTT Pro Cycling Team+ 3'21"
5Andrea ManfrediBahrain - McLaren+ 3'42"
6Patrick KonradBORA - hansgrohe+ 3'54"
7Daniel MartinBORA - hansgrohe+ 4'00"
8Arthur VichotCofidis, Solutions Crédits+ 4'01"
9Roman KreuzigerMitchelton-Scott+ 4'03"
10Dries Van GestelDeceuninck - Quick Step+ 4'05"
UAE Tour 2021
Jersey winners
i.imgur.com/3YdbL0B.png
i.imgur.com/A25s5Da.png Overall Tim WellensDeceuninck - QuickStep
i.imgur.com/eAvh9V7.png Points Bryan CoquardNTT Pro Cycling Team
i.imgur.com/GgqBDTg.png Mountain Francesc PalmeroRuralvía-CCU Pro Team
i.imgur.com/unZwqc7.png Young Rayane BouhanniCCC Team
Best team: Bora - hansgrohe
 
cunego59
Strong early season from Ruben! 2nd, 1st and 2nd in stage races is pretty great. Hopefully a good sign for the big races in March. Palmero showing some promise as well Smile
 
Kiserlovski01
cunego59 wrote:
Strong early season from Ruben! 2nd, 1st and 2nd in stage races is pretty great. Hopefully a good sign for the big races in March. Palmero showing some promise as well Smile


He finally seems to have started winning instead of being consistently decent indeed! I usually struggle until the big March races so I do hope this year can be an exception. And Palmero could very well be turning into one of these Venezolan climbers who do well and have what it takes to win e.g. a Giro stage. Smile
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i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png Omloop Het Nieuwsblad (1.UWT) i.imgur.com/OXwpbMJ.png
Flanders, 199.4 kms
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Omloop Het Nieuwsblad
Latest editions
202020192018
1.Marco König1.Jasper Stuyven1.Jenthe Biermans
2.Jasper Stuyven2.Arnaud Demare2.Florian Senechal
3.Wout van Aert3.Peter Sagan3.Jasper Stuyven
Omloop Het Nieuwsblad 2020
Race profile
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Omloop Het Nieuwsblad 2020
Top riders
Jenthe Biermans Falk Böger Arnaud Demare
David Helling Xandro Meurisse Oliver Naesen
Aldo Lature Alexey Lutsenko Peter Sagan
James Shaw Jasper Stuyven Matteo Trentin
Omloop Het Nieuwsblad 2020
Team lineup
C. BarberoA. CerezoE.L. CortesE. Larra
N. OliveiraN. PadillaV. PinheiralF. Zurlo
 
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