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NT Teams / Re: Australia s29
« Last post by Vos on Today at 05:59:13 PM »
Thanks  :)

About next season ; everyone can take over, please do, because I will not be a NT candidate.
But if there are no candidates for next season, it is no problem to me to be again the Australian NT manager.
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NT Teams / Re: Australia s29
« Last post by horace_vr on Today at 05:43:51 AM »
Well done Vos! Keep'em coming!
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NT Teams / Re: Australia s29
« Last post by Vos on February 06, 2023, 11:14:34 AM »
NT race 7 results ;
5º  Bob Pernom ( 25, TeamEuroscalt )  0:06"
19º  Gilbert Ray ( 26, Thorboassonarvesen )  0:38"
A pretty decent result, thanks to s4 helpers Gilbert Ray and Markus Harris.
But as expected, this total of 200 race points was not even needed due to the big gap towards the rival nations, and therefore ;  :)


For the 12th time in a row ;

Australia = world champion !

A big thanks to all managers with Australian top cyclists, who made this 16th ( ! ) Australian world championship possible !  8)
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General / Re: WCS 2023
« Last post by Vos on February 06, 2023, 11:02:02 AM »
SEASON TR0PHIES 2023 :
( the only rule= when there is an equal amount of victories, the person who won last will be ranked higher )

TOP 3 Divine Champions Trophy

1 ophiuko   3
2 Vos   3
3 Vlominck   2

TOP 4 Chief of Classics Trophy

1 ophiuko   4
2 Kalarratas   3
3 Vos   1
4 WinterIsComing   1

TOP 8 Emperor of Stage Wins Trophy 
( including prologue )

1 ophiuko   13
2 Vlominck   8
3 Vos   7
4 Patrick Kok   6
5 WinterIsComing   3
6 GaoYao   3
7 Kalarratas   2
8 Animatoca   1

TOP 4 Royal Sprint Trophy

1 ophiuko   3
2 Vos   3
3 Vlominck   1
4 Patrick Kok   1

TOP 5 King of the Mountains Trophy

1 Vlominck   2 
2 ophiuko   2
3 GaoYao   1
4 Kalarratas   1
5 Patrick Kok   1

TOP 4 Prince of Youth Trophy

1 ophiuko   5 
2 WinterIsComing   1
3 Vos   1
4 Vlominck   1
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General / Re: WCS 2023
« Last post by Vos on February 06, 2023, 10:14:24 AM »
  Pedersen wins stage 5, a time trial of 10,6 km.
The GC battle was between Latour ( 5th on 0:15" in this TT ), Powless ( 8th on 0:21" ) and former GC leader Skjelmose ( 9th on 0:26" ).
Final GC = 1st Powless 0:00",  2nd Skjelmose 0:01",  3rd Latour 0:15"

CFF League stage 5 winner = ophiuko  8)

GC winner = ophiuko  8)
ophiuko wins also the sprint-, mountain-, and youth jerseys.

  Costa wins stage 5 with a late breakaway and surprises the former top 3 GC by winning this little tour.
Final GC = 1st Costa 0:00",  2nd Ciccone 0:16",  3rd Geoghegan Hart 0:19"

CFF League stage 5 winner = Vlominck  8)

GC winner = Vlominck  8)
Vlominck wins also the mountain jersey.
ophiuko wins the sprint jersey.
WinterIsComing wins the youth jersey.
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NT Teams / Re: Australia s29
« Last post by Vos on February 05, 2023, 11:05:22 AM »
RACE 7 : HOT COBBLESTONES in northern France


34ºC

Roubaix, France,
For the last race of this season, the 5 golden flat-cobble-specialists are selected.
Added with 4 xp cyclists, all are cobble-hills-specialists and 2 of them make their debut ; the current nr 1 u23DT and a very promising 20yo.

The champagne is already set cold at the finish line, to celebrate the upcoming 16th( ! ) world championship of Australia. 8)

Australia NT selection :

Bob Pernom ( 25 ) TeamEuroscalt
Gilbert Ray ( 26 ) Thorboassonarvesen
Markus Harris ( 25 ) CajaRuralZamora
Dave Adams ( 25 ) KASTORAMA
Trevor Rooney ( 28 ) ROCKYBALBOARACING
- - - - - - - - - -
Colin Ronnald ( 23 ) MortoviaCycling
Andrew Morse ( 25 ) Plopsala
Terrell Clapton ( 22 ) Antequera     ( debut )
Shaun Sifford ( 20 ) Villavante     ( debut )   
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General / Re: WCS 2023
« Last post by Vos on February 05, 2023, 10:16:55 AM »
  Skjelmose wins stage 4 and takes the GC lead.

CFF League stage 4 winner = ophiuko  8)
ophiuko is still the GC leader with 1 more stage to go.

  Geoghegan Hart wins stage 4 and moves up to 2nd GC on 0:04" behind Ciccone.

CFF League stage 4 winner = Vlominck  8)
Vlominck is still the GC leader with 1 more stage to go.
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General / Re: WCS 2023
« Last post by Vos on February 04, 2023, 11:16:35 AM »

Consonni wins the final sprint stage 5.
The final GC ( see picture ) is extreme close = 2nd Formolo 0:00",  1st Guerreiro 0:00",  3rd Buitrago 0:00"

CFF League stage 5 winner = WinterIsComing  8)

GC winner = Vos  :)
Vos wins also the sprint- and youth jerseys.
There is no mountain jersey in this little tour.

De Lie wins stage 3 and takes the GC lead.

CFF League stage 3 winner = ophiuko  8)
ophiuko is the new GC leader with 2 more stages to go.
Extra note ;
WCS declared a stage 2 winner in the CFF League, only based on mountain points.
But to me it is logical and righteous that this "victory" does not count, because stage 2 was cancelled with 25 km to go.


  Velasco wins stage 3 after an exciting, successful breakaway together with Jungles and Wilsly.

CFF League stage 3 winner = Animatoca  8)
Vlominck is still the GC leader with 2 more stages to go.
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General / Re: WCS 2023
« Last post by Vos on February 02, 2023, 11:28:06 PM »
  Guerreiro wins stage 4 and he is the new GC leader but top 3 GC on 0:00"

CFF League stage 4 winner = GaoYao  8)
Vos is still the GC leader with 1 more stage to go.

 
No stage 2 winner due to a massive crash with 25km to go, what caused that the race was cancelled.
If you want to read more about this, including a spectacular picture of Ferron who was hanging on a bridge wall, click the link ;
https://www.cyclingnews.com/races/etoile-de-besseges-tour-du-gard-2023/stage-2/results/

  Ciccone wins mountain stage 2 and takes the GC lead due to bonification seconds.

CFF League stage 2 winner = Vlominck  8)
Vlominck is the new GC leader with 3 more stages to go.
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General / Re: WCS 2023
« Last post by Vos on February 01, 2023, 11:19:34 PM »
  Milan wins stage 2, and Wærenskjold wins stage 3.
CFF League ;
stage 2 winner = ophiuko  8)
stage 3 winner = Vos  :)
Vos is still the GC leader with 2 more stages to go.

  De Lie wins stage 1.

CFF League stage 1 winner = WinterIsComing  8)

  Girmay wins stage 1.

CFF League stage 1 winner = Patrick Kok  8)
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