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Re: 2017-19 Emerging Riders CQ game
« Reply #60 on: April 29, 2019, 18:56 »
Year 3, month 4 1st to 28th April

Schachmann has been one of the stars of the Spring season, and is 5th in the 2019 CQ list.

SCHACHMANN Maximilian      559 (3 stage wins and overall in Itzulia, 3rd in Liege, 5th in both Amstel and Fleche)     23 teams
LAMBRECHT Bjorg      278 (4th in Fleche, 5th in Brabantse Pijl, 6th in Amstel)   7 teams
VENDRAME Andrea      220 (TroBro win, Finisterre 2nd, stage win and top ten GC in Circuit de la Sarthe)   8
SIVAKOV Pavel      214 (GC and stage wins in Tour of the Alps)   5
MCNULTY Brandon      139   6
RESTREPO VALENCIA Jhonatan      132   20
SWIRBUL Keegan      130   1
GAUDU David      128   34
(but none of us got other big scorers this month, like Masnada, Jakobsen, Pogacar and Asgreen)

This month:
Amis Velo got 7 of the eight riders who broke the 100 point barrier this month, with one of them as a unique pick.
1   AmisVelo   1733 (Schachmann, Lambrecht, Vendrame, Sivakov, Restrepo, Swirbul and Gaudu)
2   18Valve   1430 (Schachmann, Lambrecht, McNulty, Restrepo and Gaudu)
3   Cordi333   1372 (Schachmann, Lambrecht, McNulty, Restrepo and Gaudu)
4   RoteLaterne   1282 (Lambrecht, Vendrame, Sivakov, Restrepo, McNulty and Gaudu)
5   HugoKoblet   1281  (Schachmann, Lambrecht, Restrepo and Gaudu)
6   Jakob747   1227
7   Josedin   1202
8   Torcio86   1190
9   Blues_in_the_Bottle   1136
10   Flo   1056
11   TheAsian   1029
12   Armchair_Cyclist   1024
13   Murrjt   988
14   Skidmark   985
15   Kryvo   967
16   Vladimir   959
17   Madrazo   935
18   Ludwigzgz   933
19   Togo95   909
20   Laarsland   903
21   LukasCPH   807
22   Del1962   804
23   Trudgin   773
24   Comodoro   761
25   Joelsim   662
26   Squire   651
27   Kazistuta   640
28   ValvPiti   559
29   Tych23   548
30   ThePirate81   543
31   Scrooll07   458
32   Leadbelly   446
33   Hakkie2   429
34   DJW   356
35   GPBlanco   292
   CollectiveWisdom   993
   CollectiveIgnorance   1282

Standings

The top three remains as it was, but the margins are very tight: 12 points in more than 13000 divide the top two, and 3rd is only 21 further back.  Amis Velo manages an 8 place jump into 4th place: remarkable to see such a significant move at this stage of the game. 18 Valve also breaks into the top ten, and Hugo Koblet moves up closer to the podium too.

1   Blues_in_the_Bottle   13232
2   Jakob747   13220
3   Cordi333   13199
4   AmisVelo   12999 
5   HugoKoblet   12958
6   TheAsian   12778
7   Flo   12730
8   Vladimir   12674
9   18Valve   12670
10   Squire   12472
11   Skidmark   12297
12   Murrjt   12173
13   ValvPiti   12007
14   Hakkie2   11890
15   Del1962   11882
16   Ludwigzgz   11854
17   Madrazo   11786
18   Torcio86   11716
19   Laarsland   11311
20   ThePirate81   11081
21   Togo95   11033
22   Josedin   10763
23   LukasCPH   10709
24   Armchair_Cyclist   10694
25   GPBlanco   10675
26   Kryvo   10655
27   Joelsim   10626
28   Comodoro   10226
29   Kazistuta   9984
30   DJW   9801
31   RoteLaterne   9479
32   Scrooll07   7802
33   Tych23   6757
34   Leadbelly   5655
35   Trudgin   5425
   CollectiveWisdom   13093
   CollectiveIgnorance   12106

Spreadsheet
Who will be top by the next update (shortly after the Giro)
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