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Giro di Lombardia

The final race of the season! Giro di Lombardia sees the PT season come to an end, and there are still plenty of things to decide, without even thinking of who will win this race. The title battle between Festina and Moser; Spilak and Koretzky (and a 180-point gap) vs Sagan and Vakoc. The relegation battle between Porto, Ayubowan, Strava and Tinkoff for 2 places of heaven and 2 of hell.

After Strava and Moser shut down a first breakaway attempt because it had too many riders, 4 riders were given the “okay” to go and form the breakaway in the final monument of the year.

pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/iso.png Brändle
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/pnd.png Kennaugh
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Bouglas
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spy.png Ludvigsson

Interesting move by Festina, putting a rider up front so they are free to work in the bunch, saving domestique for later in the race or to give them a chance to score minor points for the title battle


The breakaway has reached the first climb of the climb, Valico di Valcava, with a gap of almost 9 minutes to the bunch. There are still 180 kms left, so no problems for the peloton, where Strava, Hugo Boss and Ayubowan have been working to not let the gap to grow too much


In Valico di Valcava, the gap kept rising, without any team wanting to go fast in this climb, so it reached 11 minutes, until Tinkoff tried to up the pace in the last 3 kms of climb, making some “roster-fillers” to be dropped.

But the bad news was a crash in the descent of this climb, involving pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hug.png Slagter and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/akm.png Beltran. Neither had to abandon, and both were again on his bikes really soon


This isn’t good news for pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/akm.png Beltran and Aker, and to a lesser extent, to Hugo Boss, as the speed in the group has been increased by Festina and Tinkoff, and while it looked they could make it back to the bunch at the end of the descent, the gap has rised a minute since then. For me, it’s strange that they are trying to eliminate Beltran or a Ponzi domestique, but it can make for an exciting race if this rhythm continues, as we still have 140 kms left of racing


pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/akm.png Beltran and his team-mates were able to join the peloton again in Colle Brianza, as the rhythm suddenly decreased there. Although in the flat roads leading to Muro di Sormano, Strava, Tinkoff and Evonik put a really high pace, which reduced the gap to the breakaway to only 4 minutes with 100 kms to go


The breakaway hasn’t reached yet the steppest part of Muro di Sormano, but pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/pnd.png Kennaugh and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/iso.png Brandle are using his superior climbing skills to already drop pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Bouglas and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spy.png Ludvigsson


Big moment in the race, as pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hug.png Alarcon is setting a really high rhythm in the steepest part of Sormano! Let’s see later the consequences. And in the breakaway, pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/pnd.png Kennaugh cracked pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/iso.png Brandle and will try to do a 100-km solo. With a slow first part of climb in the bunch, his gap rised to almost 7 minutes again


pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/akm.png Beltran is injured, as there are still over 150 riders in the group when he gets dropped, and this is a disaster for Aker, as everyone waits for him! Including last year’s runner-up pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/akm.png Dyrnes...


That moment when two-times winner of Lombardia pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/vsa.png Frank Schleck is dropped from the bunch in the descent of Sormano in his last ever race... Goodbye Frank!


pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/pnd.png Kennaugh and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/iso.png Brandle start Madonna del Ghisallo, a mythical climb in this race, with an advantage of 3 minutes. There are still 66 kms to the finish, and we should start to see some moves by climbers who can’t wait for the sprint, or at least some team who want to put a high pace here


And of course it’s Hugo Boss using the race MVP pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hug.png Jose Alarcon. During a brief moment, Hugo Boss had been able to make split with Alarcon, Minguez Ayala and Ponzi, but Gazelle was attentive to not let them go away


Still over 80 riders in the favourite’s group, and obviously no big names missing. The most important riders dropped are pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spy.png Jensen and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/sva.png Vanendert


Important moment in the title fight, as Festina is using pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Koretzky to catch the breakaway in the terrain that leads to the penultimate climb of the day, Villa Vergano, which might leave just Spilak vs Sagan and Vakoc in the finish. pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/pnd.png Kennaugh and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/iso.png Brandle have now only 1 minute of gap


That’s some serious pace by pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hug.png Alarcon, and very quickly, all the race favourites have placed themselves in the first places of the group, with pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hug.png Ponzi following his team-mate in the front, having pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/sva.png Bakelants, pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/tsa.png Trofimov and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Spilak right behind him, and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Sagan, pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/gzl.png Ginanni, pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/nem.png Nepomnyachsniy and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/evo.png Skujins a little further behind


Finally! Someone daring to attack Hugo Boss! In the top of Villa Vergano it’s pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Spilak making a move, which pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/tsa.png Trofimov tries to follow quickly, though pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hug.png Slagter gets in the way, working for pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hug.png Ponzi


And obviously pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hug.png Slagter doesn’t even let pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Spilak to have a little gap, showing how strong is Hugo Boss. Everything is looking perfect for pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hug.png Ponzi, who is looking to win for the 3rd straight year this race


10 kms to go, and the riders are about to start the final climb of the day, and the last chance to avoid a win from Ponzi today. There are still 51 riders in the first group, so let’s see who they are

pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hug.png Slagter, Alarcon, Ponzi, Bilbao
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/nem.png Nepomnyachsniy
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/sva.png Bakelants
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Spilak, Koretzky
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/tsa.png Chernetskiy, Trofimov
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/evo.png Koch, Skujins, Siskevicius, Smirnovs
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/mos.png Vakoc, Sagan
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/gzl.png Hofland, Ginanni, Bibby, Furdi, Tratnik
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros16/pum.png Bevin, Kelderman, Arndt, Herklotz, Bongiorno
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/vsa.png Schleck, Gastauer, Keinath
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/aeg.png De Bie
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/jay.png Morton, Bobridge
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/pnd.png Kennaugh, Lutsenko, Edmondson
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ayu.png McCarthy, Bellis
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros16/prp.png Silva, Machado, Borges, Figuereido
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ebd.png Calmejane, Boswell, Sinkeldam, Majka
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spy.png Bystrom
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/itd.png Izagirre
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/iso.png Kump, Brajkovic
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wha.png Preidler, Pernsteiner


Again it’s pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Spilak the first to attack in the final climb! And again pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hug.png Ponzi rely on his team-mates to close that gap


Master-piece by Hugo Boss. They caught pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Spilak, and in that very moment, pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hug.png Ponzi attacked. And only Spilak and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/tsa.png Trofimov couldn’t follow the Italian’s acceleration, while pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/sva.png Bakelants is still in the group, maybe because he couldn’t find a gap to attack


pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Spilak and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hug.png Ponzi can’t do anything but keep attacking each other in this climb, never dropping the other. Meanwhile, pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/sva.png Bakelants has left the group behind, and is close to reach the leading trio. pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/vsa.png Schleck tried to follow the Belgian, but he’s not made for this “short” climbs.


pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hug.png Ponzi cracks!!! That final attack by pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Spilak was too much for the defending winner!


Last km of climb for pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Spilak, who has a 10-second gap to pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/tsa.png Trofimov, and 15 further to pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hug.png Ponzi. pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/sva.png Bakelants was caught by the group, and without anyone taking care of the chase, the podium places might be already gone. After the climb, there’s a quick downhill of 5 kms to the finish in Lecco


Only 2 kms for pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Spilak, and pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/tsa.png Trofimov hasn’t been able to properly catch his wheel in the descent, so the Slovenian is looking very good for his first monument win!


There won’t be anyone stopping pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/fes.png Spilak from winning this race, with pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/tsa.png Trofimov losing time now and the Slovenian having past the Flamme Rouge


Simon Spilak wins Giro di Lombardia and gives Festina his third PT title in-a-row! What a month of October for Festina who has made a big comeback to take the title from Moser in the last two races of the season!


Second place for Trofimov, who might have saved Tinkoff from relegation, though they’ll have to wait for the group’s sprint to confirm it


Third place for Ponzi, who despite missing out on a third win here, he can’t be unhappy with the race, with Hugo Boss controlling everything until he attacked. Spilak was stronger and that’s it


Final km for the group, and watch out for the riders that are in the first places of the group, because the relegation battle can’t get any hotter, as Bakelants is sitting in second place behind Lutsenko, McCarthy is around 6th place, and there’s a Porto rider too involved in the sprint. We’ll see what happens


Lutsenko wins easily the sprint for fourth, with Koretzky completing Festina dominance today with a top5 finish. Skujins is a clear sixth, while Ginnani beats Bakelants in photo-finish for 7th. Not looking good for Strava, as they won’t have any depth scoring. Vakoc is ninth, and McCarthy gets the final top10, beating Edmondson by milimetres. That one spot could decide who relegates remember


Arndt, Kelderman, Schleck, Herklotz, Sagan, Machado, Tratnik, Silva and Smirnovs in the Top20. That’s some depth for Porto, with Figuereido in 22th too. Ayubowan has Bellis in 26th... Well, this is going to be really really close between the four teams fighting for two spots in 2018 PT

And with the image of Simon Spilak celebrating in the podium his first ever monument win, we say goodbye to the 2017 season! Thanks for following our coverages since the first race back in January!


1Simon SpilakFestina - Dexia6h37'23
2Yuri TrofimovTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
3Simone PonziHugo Bosss.t.
4Alexey LutsenkoPendleton's+ 1'32
5Clement KoretzkyFestina - Dexias.t.
6Toms SkujinsEvonik - ELKOs.t.
7Francesco GinanniGazelles.t.
8Jan BakelantsStravas.t.
9Petr VakocMoser - Sygics.t.
10Jay McCarthyAyubowan!s.t.
11Joshua EdmondsonPendleton'ss.t.
12Nikias ArndtTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
13Wilco KeldermanTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
14Andy SchleckVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
15Silvio HerklotzTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
16Peter SaganMoser - Sygics.t.
17Tiago MachadoPorto - Prios.t.
18Jan TratnikGazelles.t.
19Bruno SilvaPorto - Prios.t.
20Andris SmirnovsEvonik - ELKOs.t.
21Jack BobridgeJayco - Cobra9s.t.
22Frederico FigueiredoPorto - Prios.t.
23Blaz FurdiGazelles.t.
24Sven Erik BystromSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
25Lachlan MortonJayco - Cobra9s.t.
26Jonathan BellisAyubowan!s.t.
27Evaldas SiskeviciusEvonik - ELKOs.t.
28Ian BibbyGazelles.t.
29Moreno HoflandGazelles.t.
30Georg PreidlerWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
31Janez BrajkovicIsostar - Adriatics.t.
32Ben GastauerVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
33Sergey ChernetskiyTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
34Patrick BevinTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
35Marko KumpIsostar - Adriatics.t.
36Rafel MajkaeBuddys.t.
37Ian BoswelleBuddys.t.
38Nico KeinathVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
39Lilian CalmejaneeBuddys.t.
40Bruno BorgesPorto - Prios.t.
41Ramon SinkeldameBuddys.t.
42Tim KennaughPendleton'ss.t.
43Ion IzagirreIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
44Yevgeni NepomnyachsniyNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
45Tom Jelte SlagterHugo Boss+ 3'05
46Sean De BieAegon - Lavazzas.t.
47Francesco BongiornoTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
48Pello BilbaoHugo Bosss.t.
49Michel KochEvonik - ELKOs.t.
50Jose AlarconHugo Bosss.t.
51Hermann PernsteinerWiesenhof-Andritz+ 4'09
52Robin CarpenterRBC Pro Cycling+ 5'19
53Andris VosekalnsEvonik - ELKO+ 6'23
54Charalampas KastrantasFestina - Dexias.t.
55Laurent PichonStravas.t.
56Volodymyr DzhusNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
57Nathan HaasJayco - Cobra9s.t.
58Alex DowsettWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
59Artem TopchanyukNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
60Davide VillellaAegon - Lavazzas.t.
61Josef HosekMoser - Sygics.t.
62Benjamin DyballJayco - Cobra9s.t.
63Johannes HeiderTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
64Havard BlikraSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
65Kaspars SergisEvonik - ELKOs.t.
66Matej VysnaMoser - Sygics.t.
67Carlos BarberoHugo Bosss.t.
68Maciej PaterskiVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
69Mektel EyobStravas.t.
70Ilnur ZakarinTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
71Pablo MudarraHugo Bosss.t.
72Tony GallopinAyubowan!s.t.
73Miguel Minguez AyalaHugo Bosss.t.
74Laurent DidierStravas.t.
75Paolo ScarponiNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
76Coen VermeltfoorteBuddys.t.
77Danny SummerhillRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
78Jonathan CastroviejoeBuddys.t.
79Tyron GiogieriMoser - Sygics.t.
80Matthias BrändleIsostar - Adriatics.t.
81Oleksandr PrevarNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
82Mikel LandaHugo Bosss.t.
83Christian MagerTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
84Davide FormoloGazelle+ 10'25
85Jaka BostnerIsostar - Adriatics.t.
86Manuel SenniLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeams.t.
87Everson CamiloGazelles.t.
88Pieter VanspeybrouckJayco - Cobra9s.t.
89Pavel PotockiIsostar - Adriatics.t.
90Pierre LatourIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
91Björn ThurauAegon - Lavazza+ 11'13
92Jan DieterenWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
93Johan Fredrik ZieslerSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
94Daniele Dall'OsteLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeams.t.
95Antonio PedreroIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
96David WöhrerWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
97Brendan CantyJayco - Cobra9s.t.
98Clement ChevrierTeam Puma - SAPs.t.
99Chun Kai FengJayco - Cobra9s.t.
100Jelle VanendertStravas.t.
101Alexander FoliforovTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
102Emanuel BuchmannWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
103Ignas KonovalovasNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
104Naveen RuchiraAyubowan!+ 12'04
105Gihan PushpakumaraAyubowan!s.t.
106Floris GertseBuddys.t.
107Lorents Ola AasvoldAker - MOT+ 13'09
108Georgios BouglasFestina - Dexias.t.
109Luis AfonsoPorto - Prio+ 14'44
110Zachary HughesRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
111Christoph MaiWiesenhof-Andritzs.t.
112Dylan TeunsAker - MOT+ 15'35
113Jan PolancIsostar - Adriatics.t.
114Kristian Haugaard JensenSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
115Luka PibernikNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
116Momchil RobovSpotify - Haglöfss.t.
117Lasse Norman HansenStravas.t.
118Florian MorizotRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
119Tom CopelandPendleton'ss.t.
120Joao GasparPorto - Prios.t.
121Joosten VaidemEvonik - ELKOs.t.
122Michael KolarMoser - Sygics.t.
123Julian AlaphilippeFestina - Dexias.t.
124Vladimir GusevTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
125Christian EgidioPorto - Prios.t.
126Edison BravoPendleton's+ 16'25
127Jiri PolnickyMoser - Sygic+ 17'28
128Sven FritschVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
129Andrea ZordanGazelles.t.
130Jérémy RoyFestina - Dexia+ 18'20
131Gianni MosconLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 18'43
132Daniel HoelgaardAker - MOTs.t.
133Miguel Angel LopezEvonik - ELKOs.t.
134Antoine DuchesneRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
135Ben HermansStravas.t.
136Andriy OrlovNemiroff - ABBYYs.t.
137Rui Pedro VinhasPorto - Prios.t.
138Kristian DyrnesAker - MOTs.t.
139Bernhard KohlPendleton's+ 19'42
140Ramunas NavardauskasIsostar - Adriatics.t.
141Fredrik LudvigssonSpotify - Haglöfs+ 20'21
142Matala SebokaProject: Africas.t.
143Jasper BovenhuisAegon - Lavazza+ 21'08
144Alexander SulimovTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
145Alexis GougeardIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
146Patrick NaudRBC Pro Cycling+ 21'43
147Fernando GaviriaLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeams.t.
148Laurens SweeckSpotify - Haglöfs+ 22'20
149Jaroslaw MaryczPendleton'ss.t.
150Tom DavidFestina - Dexia+ 22'54
151Marc SolerIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
152Vegard Robinson BuggeAker - MOTs.t.
153Dmitry StrakhovTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
154Ashen TharukaAyubowan!+ 23'31
155Evgeny ShalunovTinkoff Sport Academys.t.
156Frank SchleckVesuvio - Accumaluxs.t.
157Clemens FankhauserStrava+ 24'59
158Amanuel GebrezgabihierProject: Africas.t.
159Anthony TurgisAyubowan!+ 25'45
160JĂ©rĂ´me BaugniesAyubowan!s.t.
161Martin WeissAegon - Lavazzas.t.
162Saya KuroedaVesuvio - Accumalux+ 27'22
163Daniel Alexander JaramilloIsostar - Adriatics.t.
164Yves LampaerteBuddys.t.
165Kleber SilvaPendleton'ss.t.
166Lars Van der HaarJayco - Cobra9s.t.
167Michael BorošMoser - Sygics.t.
168Jan OelerichIberia - Team Degenkolb+ 28'25
169Krisztian LovassyAegon - Lavazza+ 28'57
170Louis VerhelstLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 29'38
171Christophe LaporteRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
172Andreas VangstadAker - MOT+ 33'15
173Eduard Alexander BeltranAker - MOTs.t.
174Dan McLayRBC Pro Cyclings.t.
175Wout Van AertLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeams.t.
176Shiki KuroedaVesuvio - Accumalux+ 33'59
177Frederik FrisonAegon - Lavazza+ 35'15
178Phil BauhausAegon - Lavazza+ 35'50
179Manuel StockerFestina - Dexia+ 38'56
180Isaac BolivarWiesenhof-Andritz+ 39'23
181Alexander WetterhallSpotify - Haglöfs+ 42'02
182Pedro Merino CriadoIberia - Team Degenkolb+ 42'39
183Niccolo BonifazioLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 43'55
184Francisco Javier EcharriIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
185Jakub MareczkoLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 49'39
186Damien GaudinAker - MOTs.t.

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