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Re: The Academy of Cycling
« Reply #60 on: March 07, 2016, 11:15 »
I guess Pavlic might come into the squad for the Istrian Spring Trophy, but I'm not too sure that either him or Dan has it quite to challenge for the GC.
Hard to say.
The decisive stages will be the uphill finishes on stage 1 to Labin and stage 2 to Motovun - a climber like Pavlic could do well there.
Win GC? Probably not, the competition is very strong. A top-10 overall? Possible. A stage podium? Not impossible.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #61 on: April 09, 2016, 19:54 »
    Been over a month since we had an update.

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    "This partnership will accelerate our riders performance tremendously, on and off the bikes"

    "This is extremly exciting", said the team's Canadian sprinter Guillaume Boivin

    Luis Lemus is back on the road finally after his leg break.  :cool



    Meanwhile on the racing front there haven't been any big results.

    Istrian Spring Trophy: one top-ten for Boivin, illness for Turek and some crashes for various riders

    Coppi e Bartali: Butler didn't quite have it on the two climbing days (longer climbs suit him better I think). They did say that they realized "there is still a way for us to go before we can be a constant factor in big stage races", but Raim also said "Listen, it would be easier for us to compete in smaller races but what is the point". Nicki Sorensen added "Its a growing experience and growing takes time".

    GP Adria Mobil: " My jersey is no longer black and green. Its a lot more white and green from all the salt" Turek was in the break for a lot of the day, but it came down to a sprint with Raim finally getting a chance and taking ninth (which he wasn't happy about).

    Races coming up include Tour du Finestere, Tro Bro Leon and Croatia.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #62 on: April 12, 2016, 20:45 »
    https://twitter.com/bikeGEEEEKS/status/719933380427706368

    I make it #5 actually. Hadari has been on some of the various training sessions/rides the team has done with young Israeli riders and the door is open for them to sign more next season.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #63 on: April 16, 2016, 14:31 »
    The team doing their homework for the weekend's two races.



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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #64 on: April 19, 2016, 11:28 »
    Raim was 20th in Finistère and scraped a top 10 in Tro Bro Léon. Excellent result for the young Estonian and he's been showing better form lately.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #65 on: April 20, 2016, 10:07 »
    If you follow the team on twitter you'll notice they refer to him as their Viking, and I thought surely there weren't Estonian Vikings? A quick google later and it seems that there were. Oeselians to be precise.

    Quote from: Wikipedia
    The Oeselians were a historical subdivision of Estonians inhabiting Saaremaa, an Estonian island in the Baltic Sea (the island which Raim is from).

    The Oeselians were known in the Old Norse Icelandic Sagas and in Heimskringla as Víkingr frá Esthland (English: vikings from Estonia). They were summarized in the Livonian Rhymed Chronicle thus: "The Oeselians, neighbors to the Kurs (Curonians), are surrounded by the sea and never fear strong armies as their strength is in their ships. In summers when they can travel across the sea they oppress the surrounding lands by raiding both Christians and pagans."

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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #66 on: April 20, 2016, 10:25 »
    good showing by the team yesterday btw with both their champs in the breakaway in their first (?) race of the year which was live on tv. Too bad Boivin couldn't make it to the end
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #67 on: April 20, 2016, 12:13 »
    good showing by the team yesterday btw with both their champs in the breakaway in their first (?) race of the year which was live on tv. Too bad Boivin couldn't make it to the end
    Two of their three champs, please! :P
    And Tro Bro Leon was live on TV as well (just only in France).
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #68 on: April 23, 2016, 22:15 »
    https://www.instagram.com/p/BEjDTgVoesh/

    Quote from: Butler
    Croatia is not going how I envisioned to say the least. Multiple mechanicals, couple high speed sprint crashes, ( broke my good luck charm in one) has me all pretty hobbled right now. I am so thankful for such amazing teammates and staff that are pulling me through this race. I am in such good hands with @cyclingacademyteam and looking forward to repay with results soon!

    Disappointing few days for Cab. Yesterday should have been right up his street and against modest climbing oppostion, a missed opportunity for a big result. Pavlic flew the flag for the team though with a 15th place on the MTF.

    More crashes again today in the TTT and people going the wrong way, but I don't think they were the only ones having problems.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #69 on: May 03, 2016, 20:27 »
    https://www.facebook.com/CyclingAcademyTeam/photos/a.516933988410164.1073741833.515137875256442/695841237186104/?type=3&permPage=1

    Roy Goldstein has re-signed for the team. He left initially in early 2015 without riding a UCI race....

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    but since then, we followed with great admiration as Roy continued to grow and develop. "He showed great will" said Team owner Ron Baron. " we are excited to further strengthen our team with the greatest Israeli talents and Roy is up there".

    He'll be starting the Fleche du Sud tomorrow. Raim will be leading the team there and is feeling pretty upbeat.

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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #70 on: May 03, 2016, 21:52 »
    He'll be starting the Fleche du Sud tomorrow. Raim will be leading the team there and is feeling pretty upbeat.
    They'll go head-to-head with the #stolting puncheurs there.
    I'm conflicted as to who I should support! :cool
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #71 on: May 06, 2016, 20:54 »
    https://www.facebook.com/CyclingAcademyTeam/posts/697084127061815

    Bad crash at the Arrow. Thankfully for the team they had no injures, but others weren't so lucky.

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    A disastrous chain crash in the Flèche du Sud tour race we take part in Luxembourg has resulted in serious injuries yesterday and caused the cancelation of the stage.

    Media reports from the scene documented half a dozen ambulances rushed to the scene and transporting riders with serious injuries to emergency rooms. There were reports of serious head injuries among the riders.

    Our Namibian @dan craven told us it happened some 10 km into the stage. "It was a Dodgy descent . Steep, Off-camber corner with apparently oil on it. a stone wall on the outside of the corner... Massive pile up. All four of us where pretty much next to each other around 30th-40th position. I was last guy to make it past."

    Our Mihkel Raim could not avoid the crash but landed softly and unharmed.

    GC will likely be now between the four successful breakees from stage two.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #72 on: May 06, 2016, 22:24 »
    https://www.facebook.com/CyclingAcademyTeam/posts/697084127061815

    Bad crash at the Arrow. Thankfully for the team they had no injures, but others weren't so lucky.

    GC will likely be now between the four successful breakees from stage two.
    All I hear is that it was nasty. Stage cancellation totally justified.

    But yesterday's escapees shouldn't feel too sure of themselves - tomorrow #stolting will attack! :angry
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #73 on: May 27, 2016, 09:44 »
    The team is back racing. On two continents!

    The Tour of Estonia starts today with a sprinters stage.



    On paper it's a tougher field than previous editions as there are four PCT teams competing.

    Cycling Academy Team:

    Malovec
    Piaskowy
    Gabay
    Migdal
    Raim
    Hadari
    Pavlic

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    My goals this race is to win and show the estonians that we have strong team. I'm happy with my team, it's a bit different team, we are like big family and I think it's key of our success.

    The other race they are competing in is the Winston Salem Classic on Monday. Lemus will be making his comeback after his leg break.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #74 on: June 03, 2016, 18:53 »
    Third for Raim in the GC was a good result and Butler was involved in the pointy end of things at both the US Nats and Winston Salem, but the team is still looking for that first win of the season. However that could come tomorrow.

    I noticed before the start of the season that the intriguingly named Apple Race was down on the UCI calendar. Unfortunately for whatever reason it didn't retain that status -it was raced last month, but just not as a 2.2.

    Het Hatsafon (Northern Arrow) has made the grade though and is the only men's UCI race in Israel this year.

    I wasn't sure if the team were riding or not (no mention of it on their facebook account), but Pavlic retweeted the start list, so it's game on!







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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #75 on: June 03, 2016, 18:57 »
    https://twitter.com/TheSlowRidePod/status/738501168532492288

    Hmmm

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    Dan Craven

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    interview

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    it's ringing bells for some reason.

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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #76 on: June 03, 2016, 19:10 »
    https://twitter.com/TheSlowRidePod/status/738501168532492288

    Hmmm

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    Dan Craven

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    interview

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    it's ringing bells for some reason.

     :P
    I would like to deny that I am in any way, shape or form involved in or identical to The Slow Ride Podcast. :-x
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #77 on: June 03, 2016, 19:54 »
    I would like to deny that I am in any way, shape or form involved in or identical to The Slow Ride Podcast. :-x

    Me too, and I would like to officially register a complaint about their name. They are obviously just trying to lift on my shining reputation in the world of cycling, which should not be allowed. I have worked too hard on it to allow others to defame my good name.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #78 on: June 04, 2016, 18:16 »




    :fanfare
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #79 on: June 04, 2016, 18:37 »




    :fanfare
    Is it a race if you take a 1-2-3-4-5 and there's no other Conti team participating? :shh
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #80 on: June 04, 2016, 19:26 »
    Is it a race if you take a 1-2-3-4-5 and there's no other Conti team participating? :shh

    In this particular instance, yes, yes it is.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #81 on: June 08, 2016, 19:22 »
    http://www.directvelo.com/actualite/51228/tour-du-val-d-aoste-2016-25-equipes-engagees

    Uh-oh, Spaghetti-O.

    Maybe I'm just lacking faith, but this will be a very steep learning curve for the youngsters (emphasis on the word steep).

    http://www.girovalledaosta.it/index.php?lang=en



    The U rating means the riders have to be born in '94 or later? If so that means the team will be Hadari, Sagiv, Malovec and Yechezkel.


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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #82 on: June 08, 2016, 19:44 »
    The U rating means the riders have to be born in '94 or later? If so that means the team will be Hadari, Sagiv, Malovec and Yechezkel.
    Yes, 1994 or later.

    Throwing them in the deep end - but hopefully with proper support. :cool
    They'll also need to sign another U23 guy as Aosta usually has 5-rider teams, but that shouldn't be a problem.

    In my opinion it's good to see that the team isn't forgetting what it's originally about. Participating in high-level U23 races is what will get those youngsters further in their career than utterly dominating a '1.2' race against low-level opposition. :P
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #83 on: June 08, 2016, 20:10 »
    having seen the Philly live coverage... what is this team really looking for? Awareness only? I don't quite get why they send their two best riders up the road early in a race that is so poorly cast that they could surely fight for a podium or even more if they waited for the final lap
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #84 on: June 08, 2016, 21:03 »
    I didn't watch it all, so I can only go from their facebook account and bits and pieces from the footage, but I think the plan was to set up a last lap attack from Boivin. He (Boivin) bridged to the break with a lap and a half to go and was looking to attack going over the wall for the penultimate time. However that was just when they were all caught by the fast moving peloton.

    Seemed in a good position going into the final climb, but just didn't have the legs. Maybe without the bridging he could have finished a bit better, but who knows.


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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #86 on: June 10, 2016, 09:39 »
    https://twitter.com/mihkelraim/status/741043020116729856

    But was he happy with the result?

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    This time it was Daniel Turek who took the initiative, going for his signature breakaway with 4 partners from the beginning to the last 60 kms. Then came a powerful attack on the climb by our three riders, Dan Craven, Guillaume Boivin and the Viking and soon they formed the winning breakaway with 12 riders, including 4 of our own.

    That was almost a perfect scenario, The only obstacle was Canadian, Team Silber, who had 5 riders. So it was us against them. Two teams totally dominating the race.

    In the last climb it was Mano A Mano. Our Estonian and a rider from Silber, both going away. Raim was sure that he has a great chance to get us the win. "I am better sprinter then him" , he thought to himself. But then came bad luck for a visit: Our Canadian champ punctured and there was no one to cover another attack from Silber. So Viking found himself isolated by another Silber rider who was able to bridge. Now it was no longer one on one but one against two. " I did not play my cards perfectly" admitted the always open and frank Estonian who could not beat the two and settled for second.

    But it was one battle. The war is still on. 3 stages left. We are still very much in a position to win. Hang on.

    Going to be tough to make up twelve seconds though. Silber happy to let breaks take the bonuses (and stage wins?) and the onus on Cycling Academy to make it a sprint.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #87 on: June 12, 2016, 21:03 »
    Dislocated shoulder for Boivin. Minor surgery required.

    It will be a damn shame if he misses the Nats.
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    Re: The Academy of Cycling
    « Reply #88 on: June 13, 2016, 07:35 »
    Dislocated shoulder for Boivin. Minor surgery required.

    It will be a damn shame if he misses the Nats.
    Ouchie.
    But, as hurtful as a dislocated shoulder is, it's not as bad as a broken collarbone (I think).
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