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Re: OPQS cycling team thread
« Reply #30 on: March 31, 2014, 18:57 »
http://www.biciciclismo.com/cas/site/noticias-ficha.asp?id=70521

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Rigoberto Uran does not deny it, he would have liked "being the best" in the Volta a Catalunya, but he is "quiet" about his performance because his main goal for the season is the Tour of Italy and for this work and prepared each day.

Colombian cyclist of Omega Pharma-Quick Step debuted in the Challenge Mallorca and was third in the Tour of Oman, behind Froome and Van Garderen; was ranked 31st in the Tirreno-Adriatico, won with his team the team time - and finished 29th Volta a Catalunya. "He has always worked seriously, but lack a point. Expected to be better. I had a difficult day in the Volta. Clearly, a point to be the best tackle. He had no legs. Miss, miss, "he repeats.

Now, Uran is a veteran rider despite his 27 years, are already nine seasons in Europe, is well known and knows his stuff. "For now, I am calm. One would care, but there are other things I'm preparing. You always want to be ahead, but it is clear that there is a purpose for which it is working and what is thought from the beginning that is the Tour of Italy, "he says.

After the Volta, Uran will not compete until the Tour de Romandie (April 29-May 4) before tackling the challenge of the Giro d'Italia and carried "a concentration, hopefully in Colombia, like last year, it's all very similar. Ardennes classics and all skip the Giro bet "assumes the Colombian.

A Turn in your bet will be back on the podium after his second place last year behind champion Vincenzo Nibali. "The level is very high, has been in arrivals in the Volta, and the Giro will. The team will be more or less than the Volta. A very good block, no equipment to do a good Giro "he confirms.

A tour, the Giro, which has inspected. "I've seen some stages, like the time trial, and other know them before. The truth is that this team is much chrono looks quite working, there is great support from Specialized, and it's something important, "says the London 2012 Olympic runner.

After a three seasons at Team Sky, Uran this year begins a new stage in the Omega Pharma-Quick Step and will lead the Belgian side in the Giro d'Italia. Then also contest the Tour de France is not ruled out.
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    Re: OPQS cycling team thread
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    Re: OPQS cycling team thread
    « Reply #32 on: March 31, 2014, 19:03 »


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    Re: OPQS cycling team thread
    « Reply #33 on: April 21, 2014, 10:41 »
    Nice 30-min documentary about the start to the OPQS 2013 season.

    Mainly in Dutch, but with English subtitles



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    Re: OPQS cycling team thread
    « Reply #34 on: April 27, 2014, 05:54 »
    Omega Pharma makes Patrick Lefevere ‘a happy man’



    Read more at http://velonews.competitor.com/2014/04/news/omega-bright-future_325492#bJkEMjZC6bckJyAT.99
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    Re: OPQS cycling team thread
    « Reply #35 on: July 27, 2014, 11:46 »
    http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/lefevere-planning-carefully-for-the-omega-pharma-quickstep-transfer-window

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    “Bakelants, Steegmans, Fenn, Pauwels, Petacchi, and Verona,” he said as he listed off the riders still without deals for 2015.

    “The problem is that nobody wants to leave but unfortunately I can’t renew every contract because with the new project of the UCI that means we can have 22 riders by 2017,” Lefevere told Cyclingnews.

    “We don’t have to drop everyone but next year I’ll go to 25 or 27 and at the moment we have 30. I don’t know who will leave yet as I’m still negotiating with riders.”

    “There are some riders available but I’ll wait until after Paris. I’ll look for one or two young climbers but certainly young ones,” he concluded.

    I'd keep Bakelants and Fenn. Not sure about the others.
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    Re: OPQS cycling team thread
    « Reply #36 on: July 27, 2014, 11:59 »
    It would be criminal and foolhardy to lose Bakelants.
    Verona, Steegmans and Fenn may stay but they would be perfectly well elsewhere and OPQS don't need them.

    If Cav wants Petacchi then let him stay, but otherwise he can go.
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    Re: OPQS cycling team thread
    « Reply #37 on: July 28, 2014, 06:49 »
    Pauwels is a decent hilly dom but meh. Haven't seen much from Verona.

    After how Steegmans was treated at the recent Belgian Nats, he might not be staying.

    Fenn should go elsewhere because either he's not WT or he's not getting enough opportunities.

    Petacchi is still useful to Cavendish.
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    Re: OPQS cycling team thread
    « Reply #38 on: July 28, 2014, 09:26 »
    Pauwels is a decent hilly dom but meh. Haven't seen much from Verona.

    After how Steegmans was treated at the recent Belgian Nats, he might not be staying.

    Fenn should go elsewhere because either he's not WT or he's not getting enough opportunities.

    Petacchi is still useful to Cavendish.

    Bakelants should be brought back.
    Verona is worth bringing back for upside I would think

    The rest should be let go, Steegmans is the only one that one might consider bringing back. The other three could be upgraded very easily.
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    Re: OPQS cycling team thread
    « Reply #41 on: January 15, 2015, 08:50 »
    It's press release fodder but Tony Martin intends to ride the Tour in an attempt to wear yellow after the Utrecht TT. "It's one of my top priorities in 2015" says the German, along with getting his Worlds title back after Wiggins' dramatic snatch last season.

    Martin won't be without competition and at just 14km, there are other specialists who could cause an upset, but with German television broadcasting the Tour again for the first time in years, extra motivation is surely guaranteed.

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    Re: Etixx-QuickStep thread
    « Reply #42 on: January 26, 2015, 08:04 »
    A couple of intriguing tidbits reported second hand in Het Nieuwsblad this morning:

    Omega Pharma-Quick Step doubted Boonen

    The Board of Directors at Omega Pharma-Quick Step held an internal meeting three years ago about the position of leader Tom Boonen. According to manager Patrick Lefevere, it was the sponsor's representative Frans De Cock who defended Tom tooth and nail after Boonen had already won everything he had been expected to win.

    In the same interview with De Morgen, Lefevere states that Etixx-Quick Step runs on a budget of somewhere between 16 and 20 million euros, which is identical to that of BMC. According to his information, Team Sky is on 30 million. He adds that "Real Madrid meanwhile sits on 550 million, more than all professional cycling teams put together."

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    Re: Etixx-QuickStep thread
    « Reply #43 on: February 02, 2015, 23:52 »
    Rodrigo Contreras signed on a 2 year contract for 16/17 today. He can climb and TT so looks like an excellent prospect given he is only 20.
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    Re: Etixx-QuickStep thread
    « Reply #44 on: April 14, 2015, 16:27 »
    Patrick Lefevere: 'I didn't see myself working in cycling"
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    Le Soir: When people talk about you, they often talk of the "Mourinho of cycling", which means running one of the best teams while not having been much of a great rider in the past.

    PL: "No, I wasn't even much of a great rider (laughs). And I took a while to get there. To be honest, when I stopped racing, I didn't think I'd stay in cycling.

    "I was hardly 24 and since I'd done my accounting studies, the owner of my team Marc Zeepcentrale-Superia said to me: 'Listen, our DS is crap with the accounts and I don't know where my money is going. Do you want to become his assistant and take over that stuff?'

    "Then after a few months, he asked me to take over as principal! At 25, I came face to face with Van Springel, Van Impe, Bruyère and Sercu. Guys who were all older than me. First race we did, Bruyère won Het Volk and we were up and running. We got two stages of the Tour de France after that but none of our riders was selected for the Worlds. Our sponsor was angry and pulled out.

    "So I found myself out on the street again. One night that September, big things happened to me in the space of a few hours: my father died at 4am and my son was born at 8am. That week, Walter Godefroot called me and asked me to join Capri-Sonne and he later called again for Lotto and Domex. In the end he said 'it's time you got your own team. If you get an offer, take it.'

    "So there was a pretty extraordinary episode at Tonton Tapis with Roger De Vlaeminck, a total mess, and then MG came along in 1992. I got Museeuw, Peeters, Cipollini and since then, as it turns out, I've had more or less the same structure. I sort of fell into it and then it lasted, thankfully, but at the beginning I didn't really have any ambitions. Back then, I was always busy because it was all about dealing with financial problems, paying debts and so on. And that's why I've held on to those financial principles ever since in my teams."

    LS: For sure your path has shown the two sides of your career. Are you then the businessman who attracts the sponsors, a director rather than a team manager building a squad and dealing with tactics on the ground?

    PL: "Both at the same time. In the beginning, I was only a DS. Then Squinzi, the boss of Mapei, he asked me to become general manager and it fell to me to find the sponsors: GB, Brico, Latexco. In 2000, I had a pancreatic tumour and I had an operation in Leuven. I was lucky, only five out of a hundred survive that. I'd thought about taking a year off but we put together Domo-Farm Frites. Since then, I don't sit in cars any more.

    "And I can tell you it's a lot harder to get sponsors than win races! It's really stressful. When you work with 77 people, it's obvious they want to be reassured about their future and to know what's going to be happening a couple of years from now. Everyone is under contract until the end of 2017 but 2018 is like tomorrow and you have to prepare for that today. Up to now, the miracle has always happened, I have really good sponsors who get the results as rewards."

    LS: Cycling today is outrageously dominated by the Tour de France. Don't you fear that eventually a team that wins the Ronde and Paris-Roubaix will no longer satisfy foreign sponsors?


    PL: "Milan-San Remo, Flanders, Roubaix, they're still big, even on an international level. But it's true that the Tour is the big show. Until now, knock on wood, no sponsor has put so much pressure on the Tour. Obviously, Zdenek Bakala has talked to me about it, but I'm not the kind of person who makes promises just to prolong a contract. I'm not about to say to him: "we'll win the Tour in three years" You have to give me the means to do that and there are only three or four riders who can. So that would mean changing at least half of the team and that costs money as well as having those guys' availability. You can't do that overnight.

    "If someone like Nibali comes up and Astana loses its licence, that's one thing, but one rider isn't enough. Anyway, one thing we know today is that riders can't come into the Tour with twenty days' racing. Froome and Nibali have already done Oman and Tirreno. Riders know that they have to race nowadays and not just do the Tour."

    LS: You say that riders know they can't just do the Tour. Does that also have to do with cleaning up after the doping scandals?

    PL: "To some extent, yes. I think that some teams didn't dare invest in GC riders because they could see plainly that something was up. If, like us with Uran, teams start to go with that type of rider again, things are getting cleaner. To tell you the truth though, I was afraid of it. You put everything on a leader and if he crashes on the second day, it's all over for the team. Or he's cheating and, even if you didn't know, you're caught up in the scandal and your sponsors drop you."

    LS: Did you ever get discouraged by it all and think the sport might die off?

    PL: "I'm an optimist by nature. The worst mistake I made was to take the presidency of the AIGCP in 2007. I thought we could all work together toward a charter, a gentlemen's agreement, but for that you needed to have gentlemen around the table. Everyone was playing cards. I wanted a rider with a positive test to pay two years' salary and get a sort of four-year suspension where the second two years were at World Tour level. I wanted teams not to hire riders with a history. When I talked about it, the problems began. It was better just to quit."

    LS: Your teams never attracted such scandals (apart from the articles of a Flemish newspaper which was successfully sued)

    PL: "Since 1998, I've never stopped being asked whether a Festina-like system was possible in my team. My response has always been no but with the precision that I can never rule out an individual cheat. When you work with 77 people, you can never be totally sure you're all clear. Even with the bio-passport, even with the testing we do. I said to my riders at the end of last year: 'We've won 66 races this season, we've got great sponsors, we don't need to dope. I get it if one of you is 28, at the end of your contract with nothing to lose and you've got two kids and debts to pay. You think it's only human to cheat. I get it but I'll never accept it. He who does that will sell every brick of his house to pay my compensation."

    LS: Why is your team the only one or nearly the only one which remains unscathed?

    PL: "Because I was lucky to have intelligent staff. In the 80s and 90s, there were soigneurs who behaved like doctors. I've always said that if I found out a soigneur injected someone or supplied a product to a rider, he would be fired. Today, we have four doctors who know well enough where the line is drawn. Naturally, when we see the performances of others that we know not to be as strong as that, it can be frustrating. That's what happened with Ferrari and Fuentes. Riders talking among themselves and that can be dangerous. One day a rider came and asked me if he could see Ferrari. I told him, 'Sure. Next year when you're not riding for us.' And we cut his contract.

    LS: Has cycling cleaned up?

    PL: "'Radio Peloton' talks a lot but, in general, you rarely see riders now who are capable of four accelerations in the same climb. Before, when they reached La Redoute [in LBL], that decided the race. Nowadays, there are seven still left and riders wait and wait. Races should probably be less hard. When Merckx was winning it, there were nine climbs in LBL. So today I do think cycling is cleaner but I'm always afraid of being proved wrong when I say so."

    LS: Cycling still depends a lot on 'begging', unlike big sports like football. What's the answer?

    PL: "I think there's only one way: to do it together. There's one organisation that consumes a lot, ASO. The UCI profits too. There should be a professional body with subscription paid by teams which sorts out the most interesting races for everyone and tries to make this sport more attractive. F1 goes where the money is. We also go to Qatar, Dubai, Oman, Australia, Argentina. But the money goes to the organisers and not the riders."

    LS: But cycling's identity is also about classic races, like in Flanders ...

    PL: "Yes, but for the youth, does a Tour of 22 days make sense? Does a hundred year-old semi-classic represent a criterion of choice for them? A lot of people criticise the new parcours of the Ronde but not me. With the old course we risked catastrophe by seeing spectators racing from one point to another. Everything's calmer now: people can stay in one spot and see riders go by several times. Apart from the specialists, nobody notices they go past the same spot more than once."

    LS: You're a miraculous survivor of your pancreatic tumour but you've had some bad times in the sport too. The accident that almost cost Museeuw his leg in 1998, in the Arenberg Forest...

    PL: "He almost died, yes. His leg became gangrenous. But I think too of the death of Wouter Weylandt. He was with me since he was 17. He'd just left for another team, Leopard-Trek, and I was in my office with his manager talking about another rider when I got the message: 'look at the Giro! It's Wouter'. At that point, the VRT commentators hadn't yet realised. It was awful.

    "Last year, Stybar crashed in the Eneco Tour. His face was totally bloody and he'd lost some teeth. I've never seen such a sad atmosphere in the team, I was even afraid that Boonen would end his career that night. In moments like that though, I can stay calm and zen. I sent him to hospital in Roeselare when they wanted to take him elsewhere. He was operated on for three hours. I've worked hard to get good people in the right places. Recently, I had a friend who was poisoned by thieves in Gran Canaria. The family panicked. I stayed calm and called the consulate. So when I they told me in 2000 that I had that pancreatic tumour, I never panicked."

    LS: People said too that Frank Vandenbroucke wouldn't be dead if he'd stayed with your team

    PL: "That's not right. They said in a book that he'd have avoided his downfall. He was more scared of me than most other people, so I was better able to keep him on the straight and narrow. That's still a big thing but I ask myself if it was avoidable as it was written, and these things don't just happen in a day."

    LS: Who's your greatest champion, Museeuw or Boonen?

    PL: "Hard to say because they're not of the same generation. Races and riders change. If I compare all the criteria, I put Tom Boonen a little higher. He won more Tour stages and the green jersey. In the Classics, the Worlds, there's a tie there. Johan was a sprinter and then specialised in the Classics, whilst Tom was still able to win twenty races a year. We don't really appreciate the value of Boonen here. We've been spoiled in Belgium. We forget that cycling has become international and to have riders who win that many races is exceptional. We'll get it eventually but we're not there yet."

    LS: That extraordinary Paris-Roubaix triple finish for Mapei in 1996 gave you the image of arrogance.

    PL: "The perception of that has perhaps evolved a bit. There was a misunderstanding at the time. It was thought that Squinzi, the boss of Mapei, had decided that order at the finish. That's not true. Squinzi did used to 'phone me on the morning of races. That day he called me twice. We'd figured on making the race hard to force a selection but I never expected that would leave Museeuw, Bortolami and Tafi out front.

    "On that day, it was Squinzi's wedding anniversary and when he saw what happened with the selection, he told me it would be like the best gift for him to have all three arrive on the track at Roubaix. But it was me who decided the order because I felt that Museeuw was the best of them and should win. The two Italians were fighting over second place. I still wish we could have taken the team car on the boards too. The other top threes we've had weren't as fantastic because they came in separately. I think that finish was the nicest of my career."

    http://www.lesoir.be/848237/article/sports/cyclisme/2015-04-11/patrick-lefevere-je-ne-me-voyais-pas-faire-carriere-dans-velo (FR)
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    Re: Etixx-QuickStep thread
    « Reply #45 on: April 14, 2015, 21:18 »
    One day a rider came and asked me if he could see Ferrari. I told him, 'Sure. Next year when you're not riding for us.' And we cut his contract.

    Hmm ... who's that rider? I see four possibilities: Carlos Barredo, Allan Davis, Alex Efimkin or Jan Tratnik.
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    Re: Etixx-QuickStep thread
    « Reply #46 on: June 16, 2015, 08:46 »
    from last month, but I missed this. Cavendish has switched to Shimano Dura-Ace chainsets after having the problem with the chain dropping in the sprint two or three times early on in the season. All other riders are still using FSA cranks and chainrings.

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