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Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
« Reply #450 on: August 04, 2014, 20:51 »
songezo jim and adrien niyonshuti have got to be in with a shout for an appearance
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    Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
    « Reply #451 on: August 04, 2014, 20:54 »
    songezo jim and adrien niyonshuti have got to be in with a shout for an appearance
    You'd think so. Niyonshuti is down for the Tour du Limousin though, so I think it's very unlikely. As far as I know, he's also not quite recovered from his health scare that made him miss most of last season.
    Jim is a bit more likely, with his whole "orphan from Cape Town township" background.
    I've given them a percentage as well. ;)
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    Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
    « Reply #452 on: August 04, 2014, 22:20 »
    Andy Stauff has been interviewed by PCM.daily. Not really long or detailed, but still worth a read.

    And the team is slowly, but surely churning up interest for the Vuelta:
    https://twitter.com/TeamMTNQhubeka/status/496333507611070464
    If you are interested in knowing the @TeamMTNQhubeka line-up for @lavuelta, please retweet this #MTNLaVuelta :)

    Personally, I think those riders have the biggest chances:
    100% *de Gerald Ciolek sprinter - probably best shot at a stage win
    100% *de Linus Gerdemann GC leader
    100% *es Sergio Pardilla GC co-leader
    100% *za Louis Meintjes will go for whatever he can in the mountains (stage win?)
    95% *za Jay Thomson experienced and not opposed to working all day
    85% *za Jaco Venter see Thomson
    80% *it Kristian Sbaragli leadout for Ciolek and second option for the sprint
    75% *er Merhawi Kudus only in his first pro year - but a great talent who can learn a lot from a GT
    60% *za Jacques Janse van Rensburg has had a good 2014 (won Mzansi Tour & 6th in Langkawi) - could get rewarded for that
    50% *er Daniel Teklehaimanot one of the more experienced Africans with 2 years at #orica
    30% *lt Ignatas Konovalovas could target the stage 10 ITT
    10% *za Songezo Jim the human interest story - orphan from Cape Town township makes a better life through bike racing
    5% *et Tsgabu Grmay another talent - but listed for Tour de Limousin (19/08-22/08) - Vuelta starts 23/08
    5% *za Dennis van Niekerk decent climber - but listed for Tour de Limousin (19/08-22/08) - Vuelta starts 23/08
    5% *rw Adrien Niyonshuti two years ago he would have been a shoo-in - but since then he's had a health scare that made him miss most of the 2013 season - also listed for Tour de Limousin (19/08-22/08) - Vuelta starts 23/08

    I think maybe Kudus and the same 8 that they sent to Tour de Suisse. Maybe Konovalovas over Venter too. To have another rider that has completed a GT.
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    Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
    « Reply #453 on: August 04, 2014, 23:06 »
    I think maybe Kudus and the same 8 that they sent to Tour de Suisse. Maybe Konovalovas over Venter too. To have another rider that has completed a GT.
    It sounds logical. And I can see the point in picking Konovalovas over Venter - but Venter and Thomson have been a package deal since forever, I don't think they have ridden a single race apart from each other since the start of last year. They're dependable domestiques that can also be relied upon to take their own chance when the opportunity and/or need arises.

    The reason I've ranked Sbaragli so high (apart from him being listed on PCS) is that he's currently participating in a team altitude camp in Livigno. He's a sprinter, there would be little need for that if he was to do a selection of short stage races and one-day races for the rest of the season. If he is expected to survive the climbs of the Vuelta, however, it makes perfect sense.

    I'll try to find out who's in Livigno, and who's not - that might shine an even better light on the selection than my half-educated guesses. ;)
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    Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
    « Reply #454 on: August 04, 2014, 23:30 »
    i don't know much, but would expect konolovas to be pretty much a cert based on having finished multiple GTs and having won a stage, also TTT first stage they'll be keen to stay in contention if  they can
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    Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
    « Reply #455 on: August 04, 2014, 23:35 »
    Normally I would agree.
    However, with Gerdemann, Ciolek and Pardilla you already have three Europeans. Sbaragli would be the fourth, and I think the team will want to have a majority of African riders. Sbaragli and Konovalovas would make it 5/9 Europeans.
    But maybe Konovalovas is a certainty, and Sbaragli is only getting some hard training for his autumn one-day races - what do I know ... :D
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    Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
    « Reply #456 on: August 16, 2014, 16:50 »
    https://twitter.com/TeamMTNQhubeka/status/500670043248934912

    *it Sbaragli
    *za Venter
    *za Thomson
    *de Ciolek
    *es Pardilla
    *za Meintjes
    *er Kudus
    *za Janse van Rensburg
    *er Teklehaimanot

    No Gerdemann, that's a bit of a surprise.
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    Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
    « Reply #457 on: August 17, 2014, 15:01 »
    I had a talk with Jens Zemke: ;)
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    Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
    « Reply #458 on: August 20, 2014, 14:05 »
    Qhubeka - changing the world in a place nowhere near you.

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    Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
    « Reply #459 on: August 22, 2014, 07:37 »
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    Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
    « Reply #460 on: August 22, 2014, 09:38 »
    Sneak preview of said kit:

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    Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
    « Reply #461 on: August 29, 2014, 11:16 »
    Ok I need some help.

    1st I can see some ofmthe reasons why, but I have issues.

    So MTN have Ciolek goes alright onmhard finishes when weather is cold and sh*t.

    Sign EBH and search has summend up the issues well, we will say hard finishes, classics and break away in tours

    work is they will sign Bos , Farrar and Goss

    They have the return of Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg

    we have 2 riders EBH and Bos who need a lot of help in sprints to get set up, without Brownie I worry how many chances Bos might miss on, Farrar causes a lot if crashes, and Goss well I am not sure.

    Maybe Farrar, Goss, Rensburg, Bos as a leadout combo might work, but I am not sure how this all fits together.

    I understand the idea, the more places,  top 10 you get the better the team points,  look at Greenedge and how they built their team, similar idea but I have a hard time seeing it work with these guys, all of this excluding the whole Africa argument

     
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    Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
    « Reply #462 on: August 29, 2014, 21:38 »
    work is they will sign Bos , Farrar and Goss

    All of them, I see signing Bos, probably a top 10 sprinter, and to be fair if you have Ciolek and EBH to help him in the flat sprints, and Ciolek and EBH for the classics, have to like the sound of that. Goss is a fine signing if he comes cheap, there is no knowing if you get the current or the 2011 Goss, but if you pay him 2014 production money what is not to love. However 5 sprinters (somewhat) and a couple other fast guys on the roster (Impey maybe too) The rider they really need is Impey, maybe Berhane if they can get him, in terms of African riders that can get you wins, I think it goes Froome, Impey, Berhane - CF is obviously out of the question, but no reason not to try and get the two others.
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    « Reply #463 on: September 02, 2014, 09:49 »
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    Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
    « Reply #465 on: October 09, 2014, 15:49 »
    https://twitter.com/ProTeamLPM13/status/520222080684789760
    Konovalovas has signed with #pomme The Apples from Marseille.

    12 of the current team have been re-signed (they said they'd keep 14). Several others have signed with other teams or announced that they will go elsewhere, leaving the following with an (officially) unclear future:
    *er Frekalsi Debesay
    *et Tsgabu Grmay
    *za Bradley Potgieter
    *dz Youcef Reguigui
    *za Dennis van Niekerk
    *za Martin Wesemann
    Potgieter and Wesemann are almost certainly not getting a new contract.
    So it's between Debesay, van Niekerk, Grmay and Reguigui. I would take the latter two, they're the youngest and most talented.
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    Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
    « Reply #466 on: October 09, 2014, 15:57 »
    Ulli Jansch form German Eurosport did a long interview with Jens Zemke during the coverage on Sunday and as far as I can remember he said that 8 riders from the current team will not get a contract for next year.

    I had to prepare lunch and wanted to watch it again later on to write down all the details, but for whatever reason the Tour l'Eurometropole is the only race from this week that's not available on Eurosport Player
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    « Reply #467 on: October 09, 2014, 16:34 »
    Aha, interesting.
    Gerdemann, Konovalovas and Pardilla are known already. By the way, I forgot Reimer & Stauff in that list up there, they haven't been announced (one way or the other) either.

    The two Germans plus those six Africans, five of which won't get a new contract ... Hmm, maybe Dougall isn't counted among the 14 as he only signed during the season?
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    « Reply #468 on: October 09, 2014, 16:51 »
    they mentioned Stauff, Zemke was not 100% sure (because he is not involved in the contract negotiations) but he said he thought that Stauff will stay with the team
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    « Reply #469 on: October 09, 2014, 18:34 »
    they mentioned Stauff, Zemke was not 100% sure (because he is not involved in the contract negotiations) but he said he thought that Stauff will stay with the team
    Yeah, he's from Köln, and training partner of Ciolek, so he will stay.
    That "not 100% sure" ... :shh ;)
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    Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
    « Reply #471 on: October 13, 2014, 14:25 »
    https://twitter.com/ZemkeJens/status/521218029896859648

    Confirms what I already guessed: No new contract for Martin Wesemann (or Konovalovas, but that was known already).
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    « Reply #472 on: October 13, 2014, 17:09 »
    Still think they should have re-signed Konovalovas seems like a useful rider to have with all those sprinters they have gathered.
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    Re: Qhubeka - winning in a place near you
    « Reply #473 on: October 13, 2014, 17:51 »
    Still think they should have re-signed Konovalovas seems like a useful rider to have with all those sprinters they have gathered.
    Yep, I definitely agree. He's a great workhorse to have around, and has valuable WT and GT experience as well.
    Of course, there are always two sides that need to agree - but I can't imagine him preferring #pomme a Conti squad over #mtn an ambitious ProConti team with WT prospects.
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    « Reply #474 on: October 14, 2014, 13:48 »
    Mein-kies blog, tells shortly about his end to the season.
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    « Reply #475 on: October 29, 2014, 07:53 »
    With Thomas Campana and Manel Lacambra, two of the 2014 DS have now jumped ship to #bigla Bigla Cycling Team, leaving only Jens Zemke, Kevin Campbell and Michel Cornelisse from the 2014 line-up of sports directors.

    Brian Smith is interim General Manager at the moment - there's a good chance he'll either become full-time GM or turn out as DS. Apart from that, they might have found one more. Who that is? No clue.
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    « Reply #476 on: November 05, 2014, 11:46 »
    The question I asked above has been answered:
    Sans Vega and Heynderickx join Team MTN Qhubeka

    Two new DSs: *ch Alex Sans Vega (former #cervelo DS) and *be Jean-Pierre Heynderickx (pro in the 80s/90s, former DS for #topsport & #lotto). Doug Ryder reverts to Team Principal, Brian Smith continues as General Manager.
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    « Reply #477 on: November 15, 2014, 06:54 »
    http://cyclingtips.com.au/2014/11/how-mtn-qhubeka-is-aiming-to-turn-around-careers-of-goss-boasson-hagen-and-farrar/

    a lot of what Smith says makes sense re the pressure and letting riders not be the guy

    I do think Goss, EBH and Tyler are those types, but Goss is or can be lazy, I do think EBH might just explode and be that guy again next year
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    « Reply #478 on: November 17, 2014, 16:27 »
    The 2015 squad for the WCC Africa feeder team has been announced:
    2015 MTN-Qhubeka WCCA Feeder Team announcement

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    JP van Zyl – Director World Cycling Centre Satellite Africa
    We will have a two tier approach next year: The Feeder Team will have the young talents from South Africa and Africa ages 18-21 and a more mature group of basically 4-5 riders that we have earmarked to possibly join the professional peloton or ride as stagiaire’s with a European Professional squad. We have concentrated on taking young talented riders, to ensure they are nurtured and trained following the best guidelines. We will expose them to high level racing and training but track their recovery, ensuring they follow good recovery protocols with nutrition being the key factor.

    We want to give these young talented riders the tools to be self-sufficient and be able to adapt their training and mental approach as if they were already in the professional environment. We will also spend a period of 60-90 days in Europe and expose the Feeder Team as much as possible, to high level amateur and UCI category 2 races in 2015.

    3 Eritreans, 7 South Africans:
    *er Tesfom Okubamariam
    *er Metkel Eyob
    *er Meron Teshome
    *za Oliver Stapleton-Cotton
    *za Jayde Julius
    *za Gustav Basson
    *za Graeme Ockhuis
    *za Clint Hendricks
    *za Nicholas Dlamini
    *za Stefan De Bod

    Okubamariam, Eyob, Teshome, Hendricks and possibly Stapleton-Cotton & Julius would be the 'mature' riders, I guess.
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