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Re: The Academy of Cycling
« Reply #120 on: July 24, 2016, 20:19 »

If you remember from last year, there are two build-up events before Utah: Mount Evans Hill Climb and the Cascade Classic. Last year Morton won on Mount Evans (the highest paved road in the US), but since I don't know if anyone competing at Utah this year is riding it, then the result may not be of much interest to this thread.


It is of interest to this thread though as Cab took the win!



As i thought there were no Utah participants. The results sheets seems a bit screwed at the mo, but from what I remember this morning his time was ~1h51, so just behind Morton's time from last year and ~10m down on Danielson's all time record.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #121 on: July 31, 2016, 19:46 »
    https://twitter.com/mihkelraim/status/759791650239574016

    First day back at the office after a bit of a holiday (of varying lengths) for the team.

    Turek was in the early break with David Per, but the gap never got that big and the team decided to let him save his energy for later and were caught by a larger group. Crucially then, despite having four riders in this group, they let three riders De Marchi, Rogina and Ravanelli go up the road and they weren't seen again.

    Hopefully we'll have some news this week about going PCT in 2017 and more importantly what races the rest of the year holds.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #122 on: August 02, 2016, 06:03 »
    https://twitter.com/NapoleonGamesCC/status/760023755418656768

    Dwars door het Hageland is up next for the team. Let's hope they make it to Friday....

    https://twitter.com/mihkelraim/status/760157037493948416
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #124 on: August 05, 2016, 20:13 »
    So for those of you that watched the race today, how did Raim and Turek look?

    According to tweets and reports they seemed to be (unsurprisingly) the two that were most involved. The Estonian getting a flat at the wrong moment...

    https://twitter.com/mihkelraim/status/761604494681632769

    https://twitter.com/mihkelraim/status/761604690543046656

    .....and Turek crashed with a km to go(?). Top-ten a possibility without that for the Czech?
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #125 on: August 05, 2016, 20:33 »
    I didn't see Räim, maybe he was dropped already when I started to watch. Turek was struggling a lot on the cobbles and could barely hang on, but somehow managed to stay in the ~20 men front group until the top 6 or 7 went clear within the final 10km.

    So those guys were out of reach anyway, maybe he could have finished a bit higher up the order, but not in the top 10 I guess. He didn't look like one of the 10 strongest in that group at least
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #126 on: August 09, 2016, 19:01 »
    https://twitter.com/DanFromNam/status/763010022674690048

    Post Merge: August 09, 2016, 19:15
    https://twitter.com/DanFromNam/status/763072371863457792

    In other news the GP Jef Scherens has been added to the calendar (I think).
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #127 on: August 12, 2016, 18:38 »
    https://www.facebook.com/CyclingAcademyTeam/posts/738990109537883

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    ....and are now preparing to a series of half a dozen hard as nails races in Belgium in a span of 2 weeks.

    GP Jef Scherens (via Raim on Facebook)
    Omloop Mandel - Leie - Schelde (on race website)
    Schaal Sels (just followed the team on Twitter)

    + 3 others

    GP Marbriers could be one (I know it's French, but not far from the border).
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #128 on: August 16, 2016, 21:03 »


    Top-ten for Yechezkel at the GP Tim Wellens.  :cool

    The Eastern European arm of the team were competing in a couple of UCI races in Poland over the weekend as well - Memorial Henryka Lasaka and Puchar Uzdrowisk Karpackich.

    Things looked good for Turek in the second race when he attacked on the final circuit....

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    Then he looked back to see how big is the gap and determine his next move.

    Ouch.

    Crash.

    What happened? In the brief second it that took him to turn his head back, he missed a turn. The crash ended with broken wheel and a frustrating 3 min wait for a new wheel to arrive.

    Race over. Or more accurately, victory chance missed. He would finish 14th
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #129 on: August 16, 2016, 23:47 »
    Things looked good for Turek in the second race when he attacked on the final circuit....
    Ouch.

    I'll tell you, Turek himself has no idea how strong he is.
    He's up there in the mix in every single race he does. Enormous.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #131 on: August 27, 2016, 21:14 »
    Schaal Sels tomorrow for the team.



    At least they had nice weather for their recon of the "roads".

    Last weekend Raim finished 12th at GP Jef Scherens and today Yechezkel finished a creditable 11th at Omloop Mandel-Leie-Schelde (Raim was in the break).
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #132 on: August 30, 2016, 19:05 »
    ......and twelfth again for Raim. I haven't had time to watch highlights or a re-run and Estonian does not work well in google translate, so I'm not sure exactly what happened, but obviously a crucial break was missed.

    Lots of dirty pictures on the team's facebook page if that's your sort of thing.

    Some interesting news for later in the year:

    https://twitter.com/TourofRwanda/status/770649954184531968
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #133 on: August 31, 2016, 18:41 »
    Victory at the Stadsprijs Geraardsbergen!

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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #134 on: September 14, 2016, 08:56 »
    The team is in action at the Coppa Bernocchi today, but they also have riders racing at the UEC Road European Championships over the course of the week.

    Wednesday U23 TT - Aviv Yechezkel and Omer Goldstein

    Saturday U23 RR - Omer Goldstein, Guy Sagiv, Aviv Yechezkel and Lubos Malovec

    Sunday Men's RR - Daniel Turek, Mihkel Raim and Roy Goldstein

    There are also three Israelis in the Junior RR on Friday to keep an eye on - Ben Moshe, Hershler and Windeberg.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #136 on: September 14, 2016, 20:18 »


    Promising performance from Omer Goldstein today in the U23 TT. Okay he was +3m08 down on Kamna but "he had just received his new Cannondale bike the other day, and didn't have any opportunity to get used to the position. Finishing in a top30 placing, with the quality of riders that you see here, is not (easy) at all".
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #137 on: September 20, 2016, 20:02 »
    https://twitter.com/mihkelraim/status/777775438450098176

    All the climbing and extra distance put paid to any chances of a good showing. Only the fourth time Raim has been over 200km this year (or rather it would have been if he hadn't DNF-ed).

    http://www.canadiancyclist.com/dailynews.php?id=31758&title=cycling-canada-announces-elite-u23-team-for-road-world-championships

    Perry had already mentioned in a Youtube interview after Montreal that he was on his way to Israel as part of the Worlds prep, but this shows the link between two countries via Sylvan Adams. Maybe a prediction of mine could come true for once and some more Canadians might join the team.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #138 on: September 20, 2016, 20:16 »
    Maybe a prediction of mine could come true for once and some more Canadians might join the team.
    I think you're onto something here.

    Some of the #silber guys look ready for the step up to a PCT, and #academy would be just the right place. There are a couple of decent Canadians at #rally as well.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #139 on: September 24, 2016, 19:04 »
    https://twitter.com/bikeGEEEEKS/status/779714896439173120

    Ben Perry #silber --> #academy

    Another article on the signing of Perry and the ProConti plans:
    http://cyclingmagazine.ca/sections/news/ben-perry-joins-cycling-academy-2017-2018-seasons/

    There may be more *ca signings coming up:
    http://cyclingmagazine.ca/sections/news/perry-dal-cin-cataford-moving-silber-2017/
    Dal-Cin & Cataford will move from #silber in 2017.

    Couple of *es rumours as well:
    http://www.ciclo21.com/ciclobreves-septiembre-2016/
    U23 RR #champes Óscar Pelegrí (Seguros Bilbao, stagiaire at #amore this autumn) and U23 ITT #champes Martin Bouzas (SuperFroiz) according to this piece.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #140 on: September 30, 2016, 17:43 »
    https://twitter.com/bikeGEEEEKS/status/780788893499219968

    Google Translate isn't the best with Hebrew...

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    But some riders Israeli recognition of its need more time to develop and the need to nurture young talents other Israelis knocking at the gate, led the group leaders to establish a new reserve team that will give them the conditions to grow and develop to the level required for professional round

    Omer Goldstein is the only member of the current team who is still young enough to ride in an U23 team next year, but he's probably one of their more promising Israeli prospects, so I don't know which option would be best for him or the team. I guess that would depend on the calendar that both teams will race in 2017. Anyway maybe he'll get his wish and will be back at Valle d'Aosta for some more punishment.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #141 on: September 30, 2016, 20:51 »

    Couple of *es rumours as well:

    http://www.ciclo21.com/ciclobreves-septiembre-2016/

    U23 RR #champes Óscar Pelegrí (Seguros Bilbao, stagiaire at #amore this autumn) and U23 ITT #champes Martin Bouzas (SuperFroiz) according to this piece.

    I'll admit back when I was looking for team news for Alberta that I checked the results of Pelegri to see if he was much cop, and despite his U23 title, my thoughts were that he wasn't up to much. So I'd look pretty foolish now if I suddenly changed my tune.

    It's always difficult to tell with Spanish youngsters though.

    Bouzas similarly hasn't got many results that you can draw comparisons with known quantities. His big draw point is his age. It's one thing to win a U23 title when you're 22, but it's much more promising when you're still only 18. However he disappointed at Plumelec finishing way down the field.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #142 on: October 01, 2016, 11:48 »
    It's always difficult to tell with Spanish youngsters though.
    The thing with Spanish U23 riders is that they hardly ever do UCI races and therefore often appear to not have many results. Most Spanish U23 races are local, and the quality there is actually rather good. But few riders make it from there to a pro team - or even just a Conti squad.

    When even a guy like Jordi Simón struggled to find a team, eventually turning out first for #ecuador and now for #verva, you can imagine how it must be for those riders with less outstanding ability.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #143 on: October 09, 2016, 11:40 »


    Today's squad for the TTT.

    Aviv Yecheskel: Israel TT Champ
    Guy Sagiv: Israel Road Champ
    Guillaume Boivin: Canada
    Mihkel Räim: Estonia Road Champ
    Dan Craven: Namibia Road Champ
    Daniel Turek: Czech Republic

    The team even got to meet Sheikh Cookson

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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #144 on: October 10, 2016, 20:47 »
    https://twitter.com/mihkelraim/status/785181158258663427

    It has been an awesome year. Bit of a slow-ish start, but it picked up with Tro Bro Leon and then a golden period from Saguenay through Beauce to Hongrie.

    A strong performance yesterday was the icing on the cake - second best CT, beating the only PCT and only 42 seconds down on AG2R. The Israeli training camp definitely showed it's benefits and that feeling was reinforced today by the high placings from Cowan and MacKinnon for Canada in the U23 TT (Team RaceClean must also get a lot of credit for that). So what odds a top-ten for Guillaume in the RR?
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #145 on: October 10, 2016, 21:03 »
    http://www.pezcyclingnews.com/newswire/doubly-historic-ride-for-israels-first-pro-cycling-team-in-qatar/#.V_vgP-grI2x

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    Cycling Academy reaffirmed last night that it has completed all the technical requirements and is expecting the UCI to approve its application to race at the Pro Continental level for 2017.

    “A week from now we will complete the roster (for 2017) and we are certain we will have a strong, balanced mix of young and veteran riders who can take the lead, and inspire our younger riders.” The newly added riders were chosen based on their talent and experience, designed around stage wins and success at one day races.

    The team .... has set for itself a very challenging race schedule for the upcoming 2017 season, including: Milan San Remo, Tour of Flanders, Amstel Gold Race, Tour of California and the Tour of Great Britain.

    Interesting that they say "designed around stage wins and success at one day races". That could just be Pez's choice of words, but does it mean a lesser interest in GC action?

    California should be a gimme now for an invite, ToB should  be a goer too, but the others seems very ambitious. Maybe MSR is the best chance of that big wildcard.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #146 on: October 10, 2016, 22:18 »
    They were going for stage wins etc. in Sibiu as well - and Daniel Turek ended up 5th overall. If he hadn't focused on the #green KOM jersey and attacked on the climb to Gura Raului, I think he could have challenged for the podium or even the win, and that without really having targeted it, and after already spending all of stage 1 in the break, the last 15-20 km of it solo.

    In many ways, stage wins and one-day races are 'easier' to win. It sounds counter-intuitive, but there are so many more opportunities, and less damage is done if you get something wrong. One bad day can ruin the effort of a whole week (or three weeks!) in a stage race; in one-day races, you put it behind and look forward to the next race.


    With *ca *il Sylvan Adams coming on board (literally), I think we'll see more *ca riders than just Boivin and Perry in #academy kit next year.
    #silber Matteo Dal-Cin is ready for a pro contract, and eventually Kris Dahl and Nigel Ellsay will be, too. There's #rally Adam de Vos as well. Ryan Roth would be a very good, experienced mentor/road captain as well if he wants to do another round of the pro circuit - but he may well choose to stay in Canada with #silber and only do the North American races.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #147 on: October 11, 2016, 17:24 »
    Another new signing for the team, one with lots of experience from all levels: *au Zak Dempster!
    http://cyclingtips.com/2016/10/ambitious-dempster-takes-on-road-captain-role-with-cycling-academy-team/

    They're looking to use him in a road captain role, guiding the younger and less experienced riders on the team. He could also lead out Boivin, but will get his own chance to race for a result as well.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #148 on: October 11, 2016, 18:22 »
    Good signing. And "depending on how the roster shapes up now with the upcoming announcements, I think they are going to have a more pure sprinter in the roster" could be an indication that the rumors about Fortin joining the team are true I guess
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #149 on: October 11, 2016, 19:16 »
    Good signing. And "depending on how the roster shapes up now with the upcoming announcements, I think they are going to have a more pure sprinter in the roster" could be an indication that the rumors about Fortin joining the team are true I guess
    Sounds like it, yes.
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