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  2. Eens. Ik vind eigenlijk alleen van die MK echt lekker om te luisteren, de anderen vallen gwn tegen. Van die van Seeb en Galantis ft One Republic had ik echt veel meer verwacht, maar goed.
  3. Giro 2019

    Wel waanzinnige verschillen gisteren. Zakarin die in 5 km nog even 1:45 van Mollema wegrijdt Carapaz die in 4 km 1:30 van Nibali en Roglic wegrijdt en 2:00 a 2:30 op Lopez en Sivakov. Roglic ook echt niet zo goed als gedacht. Hopelijk daarom ook vroeg oorlog vandaag.
  4. Giro 2019

    En @den zwartjoekel, gaat Carapaz de Giro winnen?
  5. Giro 2019

    Mooi ritje weer vandaag. Zou mooi zijn als Lopez direct vanaf de start oorlog gaat maken. En het is te hopen dat Bahrain Roglic dan niet opnieuw naar de finish rijdt.
  6. Today
  7. wat een ontiegelijke kut ronde
  8. Zwakke start van België. Hopelijk snel beterschap.
  9. Manzana Postobón. Iets met 2019 en geil

    Profetisch
  10. Feilloos geheugen

    En toch ben ik door die periode koers beginnen volgen. Dat waren pas tijden. Een jaar later heeft Armstrong alles verpest op ronde gebied dan.
  11. Yesterday
  12. Division 2 – Cadel Evans Great Ocean Race The season starts in Australia. 4 riders are in the attack: Fluijtenaerts (BEL), Izurria (COL), Punjal (IND) and Wing (CHI). The 4 work together pretty well and it’s mainly Trinidad&Tobago, Finland and Great Britain that control the peloton. The 4 seem to not make any chance against the peloton that is motivated to make it a bunch sprint. Also Iran and Norway started to help in the chase. The 4 were caught and we are heading towards a mass sprint. There were sprinttrains by Trinidad&Tobago, Finland and Great Britain. Zaphew (GBR) did a good job as lead-out for Jackford (GBR), but Saikkas (FIN) had a better timing. Finland wins this classic. Division 2 – Tirreno Adriatico Stage 1 A team time trial. And as we got used to, domination by the Swiss team! Congratz Switserland! Stage 2 There is a large breakaway group today. 13 riders, so I would definitely give them a chance. It was Güciglu (TUR) that won the mountain sprint. With 60k to go, Fu (CHI) who was in the breakaway hit the road. The full breakwaway fell down. This was for Trinidad & Tobago the sign that there was a chance to take the breakaway back. They started chasing together with Finland. When the last attacker Kashguday (KAZ) was back in the peloton we could prepare for a final stage after a long and hard day. Vainston (TTO) did the lead-out for Phillian (TTO). Nobody managed to beat the Trinidad&Tobagan rider. Stage 3 The first mountain stage! What will this steep final climb bring? The rest of the stage is flat, so the pure climbers have the chance to show us what they’ve got. The only two brave guys for today were FLuijtenaerts (BEL) and Kumad (IND). It were mostly Norway, Trinidad & Tobago and Switzerland that were relaying in the peloton. When the final climb starts, the two are back. Hvilland (NOR) is setting the pace in the peloton. Attack by Ashbami (IRN)! Vogdarvan (CZE-SVK) is chasing and takes the lead. He seems very strong today, but Trolhus (NOR) is bringing back a group with several other climbers such as Christiansen (DEN), Czepavan (CZE-SVK), Fiel (GER), Seng (CHI) and Haivinen (FIN). ‘ Fiel an Vogarvan were sprinting for the stage victory. It was a close finish but at the end the victory went to Fiel! Stage 4 Today will be a hard day, because there are a lot of short steep hills in the stage. The 6 riders in the breakaway Bouko (CIV), Brandsen (DEN), Cohen (ISR), Vieira (POR), Varjasevic (SLO-CRO) and Kumad (IND) made use of the hard profile of the stage. It will be a fight between the breakaway-riders for the stage victory. In the peloton an attack by Tourette (SWI), the 19th in classification. Raschke, Bergmann, and FIel (GER) started to chase the Swiss rider. Pazzetti (SWI), Wacklebold (TTO) and Rezaideh (IRN) joined the German trio. In the small roads of the Italian city Fermo, Brandsen won the stage. In the peloton Tourette and Fiel were the strongest today. Stage 5 Fiel is pretty safe in the ranking. The short time trial won’t chance anything to that. The rest of the GC is pretty close to eachother. The stage victory went to Rogarins (LAT), who beated Izurria (COL) and Kashguday (KAZ). Fiel could ride his 10k time trial relaxed, knowing he would win this Tirreno Adriatico! Division 2 – E3 11 riders in the attack: Mushanikow (KAZ), Wallstrup (DEN), Trolhus (NOR), Izurria (COL), Northton (GBR), Troissent (BEL), Serili (IRN), Haivinen (FIN), Bergmann (DEN), Naurags (LAT) and Emschkasvili (GEO). Trinidad&Tobago, Switzerland and China are not in the group in front. They have confidence in their leaders Vainston (TTO), Oskarsson (SWI) and Ping (CHI). These 3 teams in red take control in the peloton. They have difficulties controlling the peloton and keeping the speed high, because the peloton keeps splitting in several parts. There is few cooperation in the peloton and this gives the breakaway a chance. 7 riders manage to stay in front and on the last hill, Troissent (BEL) also needs to let the others go. The 6 attackers of the day are going to sprint for victory. Emschkasvili is the first one that starts sprinting, but Izurria the Bask time trial specialist counters and takes the first position. Izurria wins this E3 and takes important points for Colombia. In the ranking Germany, Trinidad & Tobago and Finland are doing quite well. FOr full ranking: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1jBG6Ezq_3v5N0kxsb6ECOwxuKRKedadHZcVmA1UZlAY/edit#gid=1169664168 C.Evans Great Ocean Race 1 Peter Saikkas Finland 3h58'22 12 2 Luke Jackford Great Britain s.t. 10 3 Mauricio Raquetas Lithuania s.t. 8 4 Jorge Phillian Trinidad & Tobago s.t. 7 5 Shahal Hashnakadam Iran s.t. 6 6 Sahfa Serili Iran s.t. 5 7 Johir Pejzavar Slovenia-Croatia s.t. 4 8 Axel Vlugten Belgium s.t. 3 9 Ralf Kölzbaum Germany s.t. 2 10 David Gregorson Denmark s.t. 1 Tirreno Adriatico Stage 1 1 Swiss 29'17 29'17 (1) 5 2 Trinidad & Tobago + 8 + 8 (2) 3 3 Division 3 (EST,UAE) + 13 + 13 (3) 2 4 Germany + 15 + 15 (4) 1 5 Belgium + 16 + 16 (5) 6 Norway + 19 + 19 (6) Stage 2 1 Jorge Phillian Trinidad & Tobago 4h27'02 5 2 Peter Saikkas Finland s.t. 3 3 David Gregorson Denmark s.t. 2 4 Hector Tapis Latvia s.t. 1 5 Luke Jackford Great Britain s.t. 6 Mauricio Raquetas Lithuania + 22 Stage 3 1 Ludowig Fiel Germany 5h04'14 5 2 Dennis Vogdarvan Czechia-Slovakia s.t. 3 3 Trond Haivinen Finland + 12 2 4 Fong Seng China + 19 1 5 Kristian Trolhus Norway s.t. 6 Poznek Czepavan Czechia-Slovakia + 46 Stage 4 1 Anders Brandsen Denmark 5h16'06 5 2 Amar Cohen Israel + 40 3 3 Ludowig Fiel Germany + 49 2 4 Jules Tourette Swiss s.t. 1 5 Ivory Cost Bouko Division 3 + 1'01 6 Adam Varjasevic Slovenia-Croatia s.t. Stage 5 1 Anders Rogarins Latvia 12'24 5 2 Aketza Izurria Colombia + 3 3 3 Alexey Kashguday Kazachstan + 4 2 4 Ingrad Vieira Portugal s.t. 1 5 Aquarella Brughini Swiss + 5 6 Gregor Grähl Swiss s.t. GC 1 Ludowig Fiel Germany 15h30'36 12 2 Dennis Vogdarvan Czechia-Slovakia + 1'42 10 3 Daniel Wacklebold Trinidad & Tobago + 1'55 8 4 Khaleza Ashbami Iran + 2'07 7 5 Jules Tourette Swiss + 2'17 6 6 Kristian Trolhus Norway + 2'21 5 7 Poznek Czepavan Czechia-Slovakia + 2'23 4 8 Fong Seng China s.t. 3 9 Löwik Christiansen Denmark + 2'28 2 10 Trond Haivinen Finland s.t. 1 11 Mehdi Rezaideh Iran + 2'54 12 Ono Puikänen Finland + 3'15 13 Turkey Ogüzan Division 3 + 3'22 14 Jesse Bronze Trinidad & Tobago + 3'38 15 Jeppe Noft Herben Denmark + 3'47 Points 1 India Kumad Division 3 65 3 2 Anders Rogarins Latvia 62 2 3 Ferrado Gafigues Portugal 59 1 Mountain 1 Anders Brandsen Denmark 27 3 2 Amar Cohen Israel 25 2 3 India Kumad Division 3 22 1 E3 1 Aketza Izurria Colombia 4h45'02 12 2 Georgia Emkashvili Division 3 s.t. 10 3 Adolf Bergmann Germany s.t. 8 4 James Northton Great Britain s.t. 7 5 Trond Haivinen Finland s.t. 6 6 Gustsav Mushanikow Kazachstan s.t. 5 7 Martin Tejevar Slovenia-Croatia + 1'28 4 8 Tom Vainston Trinidad & Tobago s.t. 3 9 Antoine Fluijtenaerts Belgium s.t. 2 10 India Kumad Division 3 s.t. 1 11 Orvar Oskarssohn Swiss s.t. 12 Yaimen Ping China s.t. 13 Mauricio Raquetas Lithuania s.t. 14 India Punjal Division 3 s.t. 15 Akris Lakostas Lithuania s.t. @wielermannetje @Stefanvk @aron24 @Amez @yannicwkp @RubenS @SeanSchleck @Cyril @jelskie1 @levi @DemoN @tijs02 @Taz @Lehmay @Mark1987
  13. Feilloos geheugen

    97/98 was natuurlijk niet de beste periode om bij Festina te rijden
  14. Feilloos geheugen

    Vroeger dacht ik dat laurent brochard een wereldtopper van formaat was omdat die toevallig is een ritje in d tour won in de bollentrui. Werd die dat jaar nog is wereldkampioen ook , ja dan was ik er helemaal van overtuigd. Nu eens zijn palmares opgezocht. Die heeft dus mar twee deftige overwinningen gehaald in zijn carriere.
  15. Feilloos geheugen

    Klootzak
  16. Etappe 14 | 25/05

    Richard Carapaz Miguel Angel Lopez Primoz Roglic Vincenzo Nibali Mikel Landa R. Rafal Majka
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    1. Richard Carapaz 2. Primoz Roglic 3. Vincenzo Nibali 4. Mikel Landa 5. Miguel Angel Lopez R. Rafal Majka
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    1. Richard Carapaz 2. Rafal Majka 3. Primoz Roglic 4. Vincenzo Nibali 5. Mikel Landa R. Miguel Angel Lopez
  19. Giro 2019

    De falers zijn voor mij wel Astana. Top 30seconden komen om dan gewoon even 2min weg te geven
  20. Giro 2019

    Wss kwestie van niet beter kunnen, maar dan een half minuutje laten passeren is wel echt belachelijk en dan eerder van Roglic dan Nibali. Die heeft echt wel meer tegenstanders dan enkel Nibali
  21. Giro 2019

    Ach ja, ik begrijp Nibali en ik begrijp Roglic, de eerste iets meer dan de tweede uiteraard, maar dat was echt kut. Ik zou persoonlijk in hun geval -als ik bij machte was geweest- gewoon Majka/Carapaz gecounterd hebben.
  22. Giro 2019

    Landa zien rijden was puur genieten. En dan schakelt de regie over naar Mollema met achter zich Zakarin. Die achterste met een bedenkelijke blik. Ik weet niet goed of hij zich zelfs afvroeg hoe iemand zo lelijk op de fiets kan zitten dan wel waarom voor zo’n prutser een ploeg zich de hele dag de longen uit het lijf heeft gereden.
  23. Etappe 14 | 25/05

    1. Carapaz 2. Landa 3. Roglic 4. M.A. Lopez 5. V. Nibali R. Majka
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    1. Richard Carapaz 2. Primoz Roglic 3. Mikel Landa 4. Vincenzo Nibali 5. Rafal Majka R. Thomas De Gendt
  25. Etappe 14 | 25/05

    1. R. CARAPAZ 2. P. ROGLIC 3. V. NIBALI 4. M. LANDA 5. M. A. LOPEZ R. R. MAJKA
  26. Etappe 14 | 25/05

    1. Richard Carapaz 2. Primoz Roglic 3. Rafal Majka 4. Miguel Angel Lopez 5. Vincenzo Nibali R. Mikel Landa
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