Discussion in 'Races' started by Skippos, Mar 27, 2014.
Stage 1 - 133.2km
Stage 2 - 116.4km
Stage 3 - 131.1km
Stage 4 - 127.3km
Stage 5 - 152.0km
Stage 6 - 90.4km
Citrosol: Phinney, Markus, Steegmans, Breschel, Durbridge, Castroviejo, Bak
Dereks: Mohoric, Dumoulin, Burghart, Jungels, Meyer, Dennis, Barguil
Fosters: Cantwell, Hayman, Gavazzi, Bole, Rast, Popovych, Pate
Hoegaarden: Modolo, Ligthart, Keukeleire, Gatto, Van Keirsbulck, Bobridge, Vansummeren
LLDC: Blythe, Belletti, Chicchi, Kreder, Ventoso, Felline, Clarke
MMPC: Sutton, Morkov, Dehaes, Millar, Marcato, Hansen, Oliveira
Rohan: Gallopin, Henderson, Oss, Roulston, Bauer, Offredo, Monfort
Notable riders from other teams: Kruopis, Lancaster, Golas, O'Grady (OGE), LS Haedo, Hondo, Hermans (Radioshack), Veelers, Grabsch (Argos-Shimano), Boy Van Poppel, Danny Van Poppel, Tomasz Marczynski (Vacansoleil), De Clercq (Lotto), Ferrari (Lampre), Haller (Katusha), Von Hoff, Hunter, Haas, Lastras (Garmin), Kocjan, Lobato (Euskaltel), Wyss, Tanner, Tosatto (BMC), Guarnieri, Tjallingii, Kruijswijk (Astana), Hutarovich, Roux (AG2R)
Sprint stages: Phinney, Markus, Breschel, Cantwell, Keukeleire, Modolo, Blythe, Sutton, Morkov, Gallopin, Henderson, Kruopis, Guarnieri, Hutarovich, Van Poppel, Veelers, Hondo
Hill stages: Dumoulin, Meyer, Dennis, Barguil, Gatto, Clarke, Gallopin, Monfort
Wildcards: Bak, Mohoric, Bole, Rast, Vansummeren, Ventoso, Millar, Hansen, Offeredo, Oss
Simon Clarke is wearing the KOTM jersey now. Hunter on 26 in the points, next is 12 pts.
Interesting start. Doesn't seem to be any game plan for my team at the moment given that they're finishing all over the shop.
Early season is often very erratic in pcm, form is very important as is condition and it's all over the shop early season so until mid march things might be a little wacky.
Nobody's really taken a strong team to the TDU anyway. Rather like real life, to be honest.
Bad luck Australia nobody likes you
Taylor Phinney the first of us to win a stage and Tom Dumoulin the first to wear a leader's jersey.
Clarke extends his lead in the mountains classification by 10 to 26 points, 2nd is on 12.
MMPC lead the teams by a minute over the Dereks.
come to australia and then say that
i dare u come on m8
I'd have to translate it so you Australians would understand
Team going well so far.
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