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*fr selection for Qatar:
https://twitter.com/RenaudB31/status/780358532214452224

Both Bouhanni and Démare ... that'll be fun! :D
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    And the *de selections as well ... except for ME - Greipel, Kittel & co. will have to wait until Wednesday:
    http://www.rad-net.de/nachrichten/bdr-nominiert-erste-fahrer-fuer-die-wm-in-katar;n_40217.html

    Those with a * will ride the ITT as well as the RR:
    Frauen
    (Startplätze: Zeitfahren 2, Straßenrennen 6)
    Lisa Brennauer (Durach/Canyon-Sram)*
    Romy Kasper (Forst/Boels-Dolmans)
    Lisa Klein (Erfurt/Cervélo-Bigla)
    Mieke Kröger (Bielefeld/Canyon-Sram)
    Stephanie Pohl (Cottbus/Cervélo-Bigla)
    Trixi Worrack (Erfurt/Canyon-Sram)*

    U23
    (Startplätze: Zeitfahren 3, Straßenrennen 5)
    Pascal Ackermann (Kandel/rad-net ROSE Team)
    Phil Bauhaus (Bocholt/Bora-Argon 18)
    Lennard Kämna (Fischerhude/Team Stölting)*
    Marco Mathis (Tettnang/rad-net ROSE-Team)*
    Maximilian Schachmann (Berlin/Klein Constantia)*

    Junioren
    (Startplätze: Zeitfahren 2, Straßenrennen 5)
    Richard Banusch (RSC Cottbus)*
    Bastian Flicke (PSV Forst)*
    Felix Groß (RSV Venusberg)
    Maximilian Hamberger (VC Regensburg)
    Niklas Märkl (RSV Linden)
    Jonas Rutsch (Frankfurter VC)

    Juniorinnen
    (Startplätze: Zeitfahren 2, Straßenrennen 5)
    Franziska Brauße (TSV Betzingen)*
    Liane Lippert (RSV Seerose Friedrichshafen)
    Christa Riffel (RSV Edelweiß Oberhausen)*
    Hanna Steffen (Genthiner RC 66)
    Lea Lin Teutenberg (FC Lexxi Speedbike)
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    SELECTIE TIJDRIJDEN:

    DAMES JUNIOREN:
    Geen deelname.

    HEREN JUNIOREN:
    Ruben APERS – Jasper PHILIPSEN
    Geen reserve.

    HEREN U23:
    Senne LEYSEN – Nathan VAN HOOYDONCK
    Geen reserve.

    DAMES ELITE:
    Ann-Sophie DUYCK
    Geen reserve.

    HEREN ELITE:
    Victor CAMPENAERTS – Yves LAMPAERT
    Geen reserve.

    SELECTIE WEGRITTEN:

    DAMES JUNIOREN:
    Lotte ROTMAN – Febe SCHOKKAERT
    Geen reserves.

    HEREN JUNIOREN:
    Ruben APERS – Jasper PHILIPSEN – Gerben THIJSSEN –  Brent VAN MOER – Lothar VERHULST – Sasha WEEMAES
    Reserves (in alfabetische volgorde): Gilles BORRA – Stijn DEMOLDER – Sander DE PESTEL

    HEREN U23:
    Piet ALLEGAERT – Jenthe BIERMANS – Christophe NOPPE – Guillaume SEYE – Nathan VAN HOOYDONCK – Enzo WOUTERS
    Reserves (in alfabetische volgorde): Kevin DELTOMBE – Edward PLANCKAERT – Senne LEYSEN

    DAMES ELITE:
    Valerie DEMEY – Sofie DE VUYST – Jolien D’HOORE – Lotte KOPECKY – Kaat VAN DER MEULEN – Anisha VEKEMANS
    Reserves (in alfabetische volgorde): Annelies DOM – Kaat HANNES

    HEREN ELITE:
    Tom BOONEN – Jens DEBUSSCHERE – Iljo KEISSE – Jens KEUKELEIRE – Nikolas MAES – Oliver NAESEN – Jürgen ROELANDTS – Jasper STUYVEN – Greg VAN AVERMAET
    Reserves (in alfabetische volgorde): Timothy DUPONT – Yves LAMPAERT – Jonas VAN GENECHTEN – Jelle WALLAYS
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     *dk team announcements are now complete... [scroll up]

    let the medals roll  :D

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    Yet more team selections:
    http://www.cyclingpro.net/velopro/road/mondiaux-les-selections-russe-suedoise-et-japonaise


    *ru Men Elite
    RR: Anton Vorobyev, Maxim Belkov, Sergey Lagutin, Alexander Porsev, Viacheslav Kuznetsov, Roman Maikin
    ITT: Anton Vorobyev, Maxim Belkov

    *ru Women Elite
    RR: Olga Zabelinskaya, Oksana Kozonchuk, Alexander Chekina
    ITT: Olga Zabelinskaya

    *ru Men U23
    RR: Artem Nych, Pavel Sivakov, Sergey Rostovtsev, Maxim Piskunov, Alexander Kulikovskii, Stepan Kuryanov
    ITT: Artem Nych, Pavel Sivakov


    *se Men Elite
    RR: Jonas Ahlstrand

    *se Women Elite
    RR: Alexandra Nessmar, Emma Johansson, Emilia Fahlin, Sara Mustonen, Sara Penton
    ITT: Emilia Fahlin

    *se Men U23
    RR: Marcus Fåglum Karlsson

    *se Men Juniors
    RR: Andreas Andersson, Jacob Eriksson, Erik Bergström Frisk, Linus Kvist

    *se Women Juniors
    RR: Clara Lundmark


    *jp Men Elite
    RR: Fumiyuki Beppu, Yukiya Arashiro

    *jp Women Elite
    RR: Eri Yonamine, Miho Yoshikawa, Kajihara Yumi
    ITT: Eri Yonamine
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    The *nl team is in:
    http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/double-duty-for-dumoulin-van-der-breggen-at-world-championships/

    WJ ITT: Maaike Boogaard, Karlijn Swinkels
    MU ITT: Pascal Eenkhoorn, Jan Willem van Schip
    MJ ITT: Nils Eekhoff, Jarno Mobach
    WE ITT: Anna van der Breggen, Ellen van Dijk, Annemiek van Vleuten
    ME ITT: Tom Dumoulin, Jos van Emden

    WJ RR: Maaike Boogaard, Fleur Nagengast, Arianna Pruisscher, Nicole Steigenga, Karlijn Swinkels
    MU RR: Cees Bol, Pascal Eenkhoorn, Fabio Jakobsen, Jan Willem van Schip, Bram Welten
    MJ RR: Lars van den Berg, Nils Eekhoff, Daan Hoole, Dennis van der Horst, Jarno Mobach, Ide Schelling
    WE RR: Anna van der Breggen, Chantal Blaak, Ellen van Dijk, Roxane Knetemann, Amy Pieters, Annemiek van Vleuten, Marianne Vos, Kirsten Wild
    ME RR: Dylan van Baarle, Tom Dumoulin, Jos van Emden, Dylan Groenewegen, Koen de Kort, Sebastian Langeveld, Tom Leezer, Niki Terpstra, Danny van Poppel
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    And *de has decided to select neither Greipel nor Kittel - but both of them! :D
    http://www.rad-net.de/nachrichten/bdr-faehrt-mit-greipel-und-kittel-zur-wm;n_40231.html

    Greipel has been made leader, with Kittel in a free role.


    John Degenkolb (Frankfurt/Giant-Alpecin)
    André Greipel (Hürth/Lotto-Soudal)
    Marcel Kittel (Erfurt/Etixx-Quick Step)
    Tony Martin (Kreuzlingen/Etixx-Quick Step) - also ITT
    Nils Politt (Hürth/Katusha) - also ITT
    Marcel Sieberg (Bocholt/Lotto-Soudal)
    Jasha Sütterlin (Freiburg/Movistar) - also ITT

    They've selected seven riders for six spots though (three for two ITT spots), so someone will eventually miss out - or pull out himself.
    My guess would be Sütterlin doing only the ITT, Tony Martin doing ITT & RR, and the other five doing the RR.
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    They've selected seven riders for six spots though (three for two ITT spots), so someone will eventually miss out - or pull out himself.
    My guess would be Sütterlin doing only the ITT, Tony Martin doing ITT & RR, and the other five doing the RR.
    Or just listen to Susan: :D
    https://twitter.com/WestemeyerSusan/status/780808241894817792
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    Menn elite: Alexander Kristoff (Katusha), Edvald Boasson Hagen (Dimension Data), Sven Erik Bystrøm (Katusha), Vegard Stake Laengen (IAM Cycling), Vegard Breen (Fortuneo-Vital Concept), Kristoffer Skjerping (Cannondale-Drapac), Sondre Holst Enger (IAM Cycling), Daniel Hoelgaard (FDJ) og Truls Engen Korsæth (Joker-Byggtorget).

    This announcement + Edvald's stage win in Eneco Tour = the annual Aleksander vs Edvald debate is on!
    Sprinkle a little bit of last year's "I could not ride for medals with GvA because orders were to ride for Aleksander" over, and serve hot!
    It's a never ending soap opera, at least it brings cycling back in national headlines!
     
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    It's a never ending soap opera, at least it brings cycling back in national headlines!
    Soap opera or not - what's your opinion?

    I would think Kristoff deserves leadership, with EBH to follow any dangerous moves in the final so that the other riders don't have to chase. And if that group makes it, EBH is surely one of the fastest in there.
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    Womens TTT numbers have according to the folks at cyclingfever at 8

    8 whole teams you go the UCI

    15 for the mens and they Cyclingfever are correct some crazy teams

    ie Vino4ever
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    Verandas should be correct, there was something in Belgian media the other week that they will go
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    Verandas should be correct, there was something in Belgian media the other week that they will go

    Lotto pulled out due to the costs of 40 000 - 50 000 euro cost where the hell do they get that sort of cash from I was surprised any other than the WT teams would go even if you have 50% of the costs claimed be the real costs
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    #verandas Verandas Willems said that they found cheaper flights than what the UCI recommended, and as the accommodation for the riders is paid for anyway by the organizers, the total costs will be something around 15000-20000 Euro.

    It's an honor for them to have the opportunity to start at the world championships, and as they found a new sponsor during the season, they can cover those costs

    http://www.nieuwsblad.be/cnt/dmf20160913_02467721
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    15 for the mens and they Cyclingfever are correct some crazy teams
    I remember having read at some point that #academy will participate.
    They're not on the Cyclingfever startlist; I expect, nay hope, that there will be more teams announcing their participation in the coming days.
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    Soap opera or not - what's your opinion?

    I would think Kristoff deserves leadership, with EBH to follow any dangerous moves in the final so that the other riders don't have to chase. And if that group makes it, EBH is surely one of the fastest in there.

    The Doha course is more tactically locked than the one we had last year in Richmond. There are probably a lot of teams that would like the finale to end in a sprint. The bunch sprint scenario would be seen as the Kristoff scenario, but I don't think he will win a bunch sprint. He hasn't done so all year, at WT level there is the longest list of almosts and "won the sprint in the peloton" type performances. There are impressive stages ending in a 2nd both in Paris-Nice and in the Tour de France, but no wins.

    Edvald Boasson Hagen, on the other hand,  has performed better this year than in the last few years, with a notable down after the TdF including absolutely nothing in the Olympics. He grabbed WT stage wins in the Criterium de Dauphiné and in the Eneco tour, and rode the best Paris Roubaix of his life. (I mention this because if is of utmost importance to Edvald personally: his personal goal is to win P-R.) He won the national championships, beating Kristoff in the finale by exploiting terrain (let's not forget that either, it is the closest to a mano a mano race they have come this year.)

    I think the highest chances of a podium is with Kristoff, but the one more likely to win is Edvald. However, there is little use in consistent top 10 finishes at the worlds. What we want is rainbows - or bust! To win the race with Kristoff, we need to find a way to tire all the other sprinters. This might include riding hard in bordures in the desert, or sending VSL 15-20  minutes up the road :) .

    I would like to mention there is a third guy who may be as fast as and sometimes faster than Kristoff in a sprint - but maybe not in a sprint after 260 km. I think Sondre Holst Enger is an outsider and may be our strongest card in a really messed up chaotic sprint - he's excellent at surfing wheels and getting the right positions all alone (although the master of the craft is probably Elia Viviani). It has been said that he is not seen as the leadout man for Kristoff (too small).

    What I hope to see is that they improve on the decision making compared to last year, when Norway messed it up and lost a very probable medal by not making decisions in time. When it's all chaos the guy in front must be trusted  to make decisions.  Could it be we'll get the attacking Kristoff instead of the sprinter?

     






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    ...the annual Aleksander vs Edvald debate is on!...
    No debate in my head. @ 260km AK wins every time; I would love to be proved wrong but history doesn't favour EBH.
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    https://twitter.com/Cyclingnewsfeed/status/781753449725689856
    Bit the same in Denmark. The elite riders are covered - except for ITT champion Martin Toft who has to pay his own airfares. So do the U23 & junior riders, including defending ITT #rainbow Mads Würtz.

    Money isn't tight in DCU, it's non-existant.
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    And *de has decided to select neither Greipel nor Kittel - but both of them! :D

    Shouldn't this German Fudge recipe be in the Kitchen thread instead.  :P

    *ie

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    Xeno Young (RR +TT)


    I saw this name pop-up during the Euro Championships in France the other week and I thought how the hell does an Irish lad end up with the name Xeno.

    *does some research*

    I didn't find out about the name, but it turns out he goes to my old school. :fp  :lol
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    how the hell does an Irish lad end up with the name Xeno.
    Maybe his parents are fans of JK Rowling and named the kid Xenophilius? :lol

    I didn't find out about the name, but it turns out he goes to my old school. :fp  :lol
    Nice. Go Xeno! :cool
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