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Re: 2018-20 Emerging Riders CQ game
« Reply #30 on: June 20, 2018, 19:36 »
Year 1 Month 5-6 7th May to 17 June (for reasons explained last week)

POGACAR Tadej      136pts (Won GC at Course de la Paix, GC 4th in Tour of Slovenia, 2nd in ITT nats)   16 teams
LE CUNFF Kévin      106 (Won Boucles de l'Aulne)  for Comodoro
BOL Cees      103 (2nd in GP Marcel Kint, 5th in Heistse Pijl) for   Squire
MADOUAS Valentin      102 (7th in 4 Jours de Dunquerque, 8th in l'Occitanie) 10 teams
PEDERSEN Casper Phillip      102 (5th in4 Jours de Dunquerque and 2nd on a stage, top 20 in Belgium Tour)    11 teams
HIRSCHI Marc      97 (4th in Tour de l'Ain, 3rd in Course de la Paix)   7 teams
DE GENDT Aimé      81pts   1 team
MCNULTY Brandon      77   18
HODEG CHAGUI Alvaro Jose      70   22
JAKOBSEN Fabio      69   27
PETERS Nans      69   1
GODON Dorian      66   1
PLANCKAERT Edward      61   5

1   Squire   710 (Pogacar, Bol, Madouas, Hirschi, McNulty, Jakobsen)
2   Skidmark   661  (Pogacar, Pedersen, McNulty, Hodeg, Jakobsen, Planckaert)
3   Fauniera   641 (Pogacar, Madouas, Hirschi, McNulty, Hodeg)
4   Comodoro   623 (Pogacar, Le Cunff, McNulty, Hodeg, Jakobsen)
5   HugoKoblet   616
6   Cordi333   599
7   Nathanptz   588
8   Shalgo   547
9   Kryvo   536
10   Blues_in_the_Bottle   533
11   Kazistuta   525
12   Laarsland   520
13   Karaev   519
13   RoteLaterne   519
15   Scrooll07   514
16   AlyKaptan   510
17   LosBrolin   483
17   LukasCPH   483
19   Armchair_Cyclist   477
20   Josedin   474
21   Madrazo   467
22   Ludwigzgz   442
23   DJW   438
24   TheAsian   436
24   Leadbelly   436
26   Vladimir   418
27   JonEzeitza   415
28   Hakkie2   398
29   NorthAmericanScum   383
30   Monsieur_Hulot   369
31   Flo   360
32   AmisVelo   336
33   Joelsim   321
34   Trudgin   180
   CollectiveWisdom   635

Standings
Little stability in the table so far: leader Skidmark was 4th at the beginning of May, and Squire leaps from 16th to 3rd.  That is the biggest jump, but Fauniera's 5 place move within the top ten is notable, and Cordi is also a new face, just, in the top ten.

1   Skidmark   2270
2   Kryvo   2228
3   Squire   2142
4   Scrooll07   2136
5   Fauniera   2131
6   HugoKoblet   2120
7   AlyKaptan   2091
8   TheAsian   2090
9   Kazistuta   2063
10   Cordi333   2061
11   Nathanptz   2034
12   Comodoro   2029
13   Blues_in_the_Bottle   1983
14   Karaev   1972
15   Laarsland   1956
16   Hakkie2   1922
17   RoteLaterne   1908
18   Flo   1857
19   Shalgo   1835
19   Ludwigzgz   1835
21   Armchair_Cyclist   1809
22   Madrazo   1771
23   JonEzeitza   1769
24   AmisVelo   1731
25   Josedin   1711
26   LosBrolin   1687
27   DJW   1550
28   Vladimir   1516
29   Joelsim   1489
30   LukasCPH   1399
31   Monsieur_Hulot   1394
32   NorthAmericanScum   945
33   Leadbelly   869
34   Trudgin   731
   CollectiveWisdom   2195
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    Re: 2018-20 Emerging Riders CQ game
    « Reply #31 on: June 20, 2018, 19:49 »
    Off the bottom!

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    Re: 2018-20 Emerging Riders CQ game
    « Reply #32 on: August 07, 2018, 21:49 »
    Year 1, month 6-7 18 June to 5 August

    None of the riders a year ahead of this cohort outscored these top two over this period, and only Akkermann of those 2 years ahead of them.

    SOSA CUERVO Ivan Ramiro      284 points (one stage and overall in both Adriatica Ionica and Sibiu) for 12 teams
    AGUIRRE CALPA Hernan Ricardo      282 (won 2 stages and GC in Qinghai Lake)    4 teams
    HODEG CHAGUI Alvaro Jose      112 (win and 2 seconds in Tour of Poland) 22
    NARVAEZ PRADO Jhonatan Manuel      92   26
    KNOX James      90   14
    JOHANSEN Julius      79   1
    CARBONI Giovanni      75   2
    NOMMELA Aksel      60   2
    VAN HOOYDONCK Nathan      60   10
    JAKOBSEN Fabio      58   27

    Ludwigzgzg has all of the top 5 this month, a remarkable set of picks.
    1   Ludwigzgz   1078 (Sosa, Aguirre, Hodeg, Narvaez, Knox and Jakobsen)
    2   Monsieur_Hulot   904 (Sosa, Aguirre, Knox, Van Hooydonck, Jakobsen)
    3   Karaev   852 (Sosa, Aguirre, Hodeg and Jakobsen)
    4   TheAsian   725
    5   Comodoro   704
    6   AmisVelo   673
    7   DJW   657
    8   Hakkie2   653
    9   Fauniera   652
    10   Nathanptz   647
    11   Laarsland   622
    12   RoteLaterne   548
    13   AlyKaptan   546
    14   Scrooll07   528
    15   Shalgo   506
    16   HugoKoblet   498
    17   Blues_in_the_Bottle   497
    18   Kryvo   496
    19   Cordi333   494
    20   Skidmark   466
    21   Flo   446
    22   Armchair_Cyclist   431
    23   Squire   421
    24   Josedin   400
    25   JonEzeitza   399
    26   LukasCPH   366
    27   Madrazo   351
    28   Vladimir   336
    29   Trudgin   321
    30   LosBrolin   304
    31   Joelsim   291
    32   Kazistuta   265
    33   Leadbelly   256
    34   NorthAmericanScum   172
       CollectiveWisdom   764

    Standings
    Ludwigzgz (winner of the first edition of this game) makes a huge jump from 19th to top of the table.  Karaev is in the shade, having jumped only 12 places to 2nd place.  Comodoro and Nathanptz are both new in the top ten, and the collective wisdom team is still leading the way.

    1   Ludwigzgz   2913
    2   Karaev   2824
    3   TheAsian   2815
    4   Fauniera   2783
    5   Skidmark   2736
    6   Comodoro   2733
    7   Kryvo   2724
    8   Nathanptz   2681
    9   Scrooll07   2664
    10   AlyKaptan   2637
    11   HugoKoblet   2618
    12   Laarsland   2578
    13   Hakkie2   2575
    14   Squire   2563
    15   Cordi333   2555
    16   Blues_in_the_Bottle   2480
    17   RoteLaterne   2456
    18   AmisVelo   2404
    19   Shalgo   2341
    20   Kazistuta   2328
    21   Flo   2303
    22   Monsieur_Hulot   2298
    23   Armchair_Cyclist   2240
    24   DJW   2207
    25   JonEzeitza   2168
    26   Madrazo   2122
    27   Josedin   2111
    28   LosBrolin   1991
    29   Vladimir   1852
    30   Joelsim   1780
    31   LukasCPH   1765
    32   Leadbelly   1125
    33   NorthAmericanScum   1117
    34   Trudgin   1052
       CollectiveWisdom   2959
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    Re: 2018-20 Emerging Riders CQ game
    « Reply #33 on: October 04, 2018, 23:12 »
    Year 1 Month 8/9 7th August to 30th September  (2 months together; I was rather busy with the Vuelta game at the beginning of Sept: I think I had intended doing a mid Sept update, but that didn't happen)

    There were much bigger races in this period, but some decent scores accumulated.

    SOSA CUERVO Ivan Ramiro      226 points (Burgos GC win, with a stage win and 2nd, and 6th in l'Avenir) for 12 teams
    VAN SCHIP Jan-Willem      211 (won Slam og Nord, 4th in Great War remembrance, 5th in Antwerp Port, 8th in Eurometropole etc)   for Comodoro, Karaev, Nathanptz
    PHILIPSEN Jasper      207 (4th in Eurometropole, 8th in GP Impanis, Stage win and 2nd in Utah, and more)   21 teams
    BALLERINI Davide      185   ( won Memorial Pantani and Trofeo Matteotti) for Madrazo
    NOMMELA Aksel      163   (2nd in Antwerp Port Classic, 5th in GP Scherens and Maulebeke, 6th in Lichtervelde) for LukasCPH and Squire
    JAKOBSEN Fabio      150   27 teams
    MADOUAS Valentin      137   10
    DE GENDT Aimé      120   1
    CRAS Steff      112   13
    POGACAR Tadej      111   16

    1   Nathanptz   1440 (Sosa, Van Schip, Philipsen, Madouas, Cras, Pogacar)
    2   Karaev   1421  (Sosa, Van Schip, Philipsen, Jakobsen, Cras, Pogacar)
    3   Comodoro   1324   (Sosa, Van Schip, Philipsen, Jakobsen, Pogacar)
    4   Fauniera   1156
    5   Laarsland   1135
    5   Squire   1135
    7   Kryvo   1134
    8   Cordi333   1092
    9   TheAsian   1084
    10   Hakkie2   1017
    11   Josedin   967
    12   Skidmark   962
    13   LosBrolin   949
    14   Ludwigzgz   936
    15   HugoKoblet   927
    16   Kazistuta   924
    17   AlyKaptan   880
    18   RoteLaterne   875
    19   Scrooll07   844
    20   Flo   833
    21   Armchair_Cyclist   825
    22   Madrazo   801
    23   AmisVelo   800
    24   Blues_in_the_Bottle   754
    25   Joelsim   753
    26   Vladimir   742
    27   Shalgo   738
    28   Monsieur_Hulot   729
    29   JonEzeitza   711
    30   DJW   609
    31   LukasCPH   602
    32   Leadbelly   547
    33   NorthAmericanScum   435
    34   Trudgin   189
       CollectiveWisdom   1171

    Standings
    The top three in this period had a bot of a margin over the rest, and are now the top three overall.  Karaev was already 2nd, and now is top of the table, followed by Nathanptz on the back of a 6 place rise (best since the last update), and Comodoro up from 6th.  Laarsland and Squire appear in the top ten.

    1   Karaev   4245
    2   Nathanptz   4121
    3   Comodoro   4057
    4   Fauniera   3939
    5   TheAsian   3899
    6   Kryvo   3858
    7   Ludwigzgz   3849
    8   Laarsland   3713
    9   Squire   3698
    9   Skidmark   3698
    11   Cordi333   3647
    12   Hakkie2   3592
    13   HugoKoblet   3545
    14   AlyKaptan   3517
    15   Scrooll07   3508
    16   RoteLaterne   3331
    17   Kazistuta   3252
    18   Blues_in_the_Bottle   3234
    19   AmisVelo   3204
    20   Flo   3136
    21   Shalgo   3079
    22   Josedin   3078
    23   Armchair_Cyclist   3065
    24   Monsieur_Hulot   3027
    25   LosBrolin   2940
    26   Madrazo   2923
    27   JonEzeitza   2879
    28   DJW   2816
    29   Vladimir   2594
    30   Joelsim   2533
    31   LukasCPH   2367
    32   Leadbelly   1672
    33   NorthAmericanScum   1552
    34   Trudgin   1241
       CollectiveWisdom   4130
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    Re: 2018-20 Emerging Riders CQ game
    « Reply #34 on: November 21, 2018, 23:30 »
    Year 1 Month 10/11 1st October to 18th November (and therefore effectively to the end of the season)  It didn't seem worth doing an end of October update if that left only a handful of November races to make a separate job out of. 

    JAKOBSEN Fabio      161 points (2 stage wins, 2 other podiums and the points win in Guangxi, 2nd in HammerHK) for 27 teams
    MADOUAS Valentin      134   (Paris-Bourges win, 5th in Paris-Tours) 10 teams
    BALLERINI Davide      116   (3rd in Gran Piemonte, 7th in Italian TT nationals) for Madrazo
    VELASCO Simone      107   (10th in Gran Piemonte, 7th in Hainan) for Joelsim
    HODEG CHAGUI Alvaro Jose      78   22
    FABBRO Matteo      64   1
    CIMA Imerio      61   10
    BASSO Leonardo      57   4
    STANNARD Robert      51   6
    GANNA Filippo      51   23


    1   HugoKoblet   721 (Jakobsen, Madouas, Hodeg, Cima, Ganna)
    2   Scrooll07   661  (Jakobsen, Madouas, Hodeg, Ganna)
    3   Kryvo   605 (Jakobsen, Madouas, Hodeg, Basso, Ganna)
    4   Blues_in_the_Bottle   603   (Jakobsen, Madouas, Hodeg, Basso, Ganna)
    5   Kazistuta   577
    6   Madrazo   569
    7   AlyKaptan   561
    8   Squire   558
    9   Flo   550
    10   Fauniera   526
    11   TheAsian   511
    12   Joelsim   505
    13   Shalgo   493
    14   Ludwigzgz   481
    15   Laarsland   480
    15   Cordi333   480
    17   Nathanptz   468
    18   JonEzeitza   458
    19   Skidmark   450
    20   Comodoro   447
    21   Karaev   442
    22   Monsieur_Hulot   439
    23   Hakkie2   435
    24   LosBrolin   429
    25   AmisVelo   413
    26   Armchair_Cyclist   411
    27   RoteLaterne   402
    28   Vladimir   374
    29   Josedin   372
    30   DJW   312
    31   LukasCPH   225
    32   NorthAmericanScum   209
    33   Trudgin   148
    34   Leadbelly   133
       CollectiveWisdom   479




    Standings

    The only member of the previous top ten to move upwards is Kryvo, but the two teams above him in this period, Hugo K and Scrool, move up by 5 and 4 places respectively, Hugo appearing in the top ten.  Will the riders who have not yet lived up to expectation come through in the remaining two seasons, or is the basic shape of the table already established?

    1   Karaev   4687
    2   Nathanptz   4589
    3   Comodoro   4504
    4   Fauniera   4465
    5   Kryvo   4463
    6   TheAsian   4410
    7   Ludwigzgz   4330
    8   HugoKoblet   4266
    9   Squire   4256
    10   Laarsland   4193
    11   Scrooll07   4169
    12   Skidmark   4148
    13   Cordi333   4127
    14   AlyKaptan   4078
    15   Hakkie2   4027
    16   Blues_in_the_Bottle   3837
    17   Kazistuta   3829
    18   RoteLaterne   3733
    19   Flo   3686
    20   AmisVelo   3617
    21   Shalgo   3572
    22   Madrazo   3492
    23   Armchair_Cyclist   3476
    24   Monsieur_Hulot   3466
    25   Josedin   3450
    26   LosBrolin   3369
    27   JonEzeitza   3337
    28   DJW   3128
    29   Joelsim   3038
    30   Vladimir   2968
    31   LukasCPH   2592
    32   Leadbelly   1805
    33   NorthAmericanScum   1761
    34   Trudgin   1389
       CollectiveWisdom   4609


    Full analysis of rider scores etc to follow on some cold wet December evening. Here are the numbers thus far.
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    Re: 2018-20 Emerging Riders CQ game
    « Reply #35 on: November 22, 2018, 10:36 »
    Standings
    31 (of 34)   LukasCPH   2592
       CollectiveWisdom   4609
    I, eh ... firmly believe in my picks to break through next year. :lol
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    Re: 2018-20 Emerging Riders CQ game
    « Reply #36 on: December 31, 2018, 14:36 »
    Year 1  End of year

    Those two managers who sought early season glory through Gonzalo Najar get their 142 points of comeupance, with popular picks Narvaez and Ganna getting 1 and 14 points respectively in the reallocation of honours in the Vuelta a San Juan.  Castrillo (6 teams) and Carretero (20 gain points from the disqualification of Igor Merino from his 8th place in the Spanish national ITT.  Blues in the Bottle has all 4 of those riders who will now feel they have a more just points haul.

    So the slightly revised end of year standings, 1/3 of the way through in terms of time, although rather less than that for points, are:
    1   Karaev   4687
    2   Nathanptz   4590
    3   Comodoro   4504
    4   Kryvo   4480
    5   TheAsian   4425
    6   Ludwigzgz   4345
    7   Fauniera   4338
    8   HugoKoblet   4281
    9   Squire   4271
    10   Laarsland   4208
    11   Scrooll07   4184
    12   Skidmark   4163
    13   Cordi333   4142
    14   AlyKaptan   4093
    15   Hakkie2   3900
    16   Blues_in_the_Bottle   3856
    17   Kazistuta   3844
    18   RoteLaterne   3734
    19   Flo   3701
    20   AmisVelo   3634
    21   Shalgo   3587
    22   Madrazo   3506
    23   Armchair_Cyclist   3491
    24   Monsieur_Hulot   3468
    25   Josedin   3452
    26   LosBrolin   3369
    27   JonEzeitza   3352
    28   DJW   3129
    29   Joelsim   3053
    30   Vladimir   2985
    31   LukasCPH   2607
    32   Leadbelly   1805
    33   NorthAmericanScum   1761
    34   Trudgin   1392
       CollectiveWisdom   4624

    Best possible team
    JAKOBSEN Fabio      777points   27 teams
    SOSA CUERVO Ivan Ramiro      647   12
    MADOUAS Valentin      561   10
    HODEG CHAGUI Alvaro Jose      558   22
    BALLERINI Davide      508   1
    POGACAR Tadej      361   16
    PHILIPSEN Jasper      357   21
    AGUIRRE CALPA Hernan Ricardo      347   4
    NARVAEZ PRADO Jhonatan Manuel      314   26
    NOMMELA Aksel      310   2
    VAN SCHIP Jan-Willem      308   3
    JANSSENS Jimmy      290   0
    ARANBURU DEBA Alex      285   0

    MCNULTY Brandon      273   18
    DE GENDT Aimé      271   1
    HIRSCHI Marc      266   7
    DENZ Nico      262   0
    MÄDER Gino      255   0

    TOTAL

    The Collective Ignorance Team (those we all missed out on, headed by Janssens, Aranburu, Nenz and Mader) would have 4946 points, and a healthy lead.  The actual leader, Karaev, has 67.4% of the 6950 possible.

    Appart from Najar, with his retracted points, 3 selected riders remain pointless (DAL-CIN Matteo, GAZZOLI Michele and PEÑA MOLANO Wilson Estiben), and among those picked ten or more times without really justifying the hype (yet: they still have 2 years to prove their worth) are ALBANESE Vincenzo, VANHOUCKE Harm, OWEN Logan and RIVERA SERRANO Kevin.  At least Albanese has now reached the 200 career total, so his repeated popularity while underacheiving will not be repeated.

    Hope this whets your appetite for the new edition, so long as you think you can hold concentration until the end of 2021: official launch should be before the end of the day/year.
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    Re: 2018-20 Emerging Riders CQ game
    « Reply #37 on: February 04, 2019, 23:34 »
    Year 2, Month 1
    So, riders, are you ready to step up?

    24 selected riders have broken their ducks for this year, the best among them being:
    HAMILTON Chris      131 points (6th in TDU, 16th in CEGORR)   8 teams
    SCHULTZ Nicholas      116 (2nd overall, and a stage win, in Herald Sun race, and nationals 19th)   5 teams
    FOUCHE James      70 (NZ national champion, and 5th in TT) for Leadbelly
    PHILIPSEN Jasper      65 (TDU stage win)   21 teams
    POGACAR Tadej      54 (13th in TDU)   16
    EYOB Metkel      45   1

    This month:
    1   LukasCPH   306 (Hamilton, Schultz and Pogacar)
    2   Skidmark   275 (Hamilton, Philipsen, Pogacar)
    3   Kazistuta   267 (Hamilton, Philipsen, Pogacar)
    4   Karaev   262 (Hamilton, Philipsen, Pogacar)
    5   Kryvo   226
    6   TheAsian   211
    7   Flo   201
    8   JonEzeitza   196
    9   Leadbelly   177
    10   NorthAmericanScum   176
    11   AlyKaptan   170
    12   Blues_in_the_Bottle   166
    13   Comodoro   165
    14   Scrooll07   163
    15   Cordi333   156
    16   HugoKoblet   151
    17   Fauniera   149
    18   Nathanptz   139
    18   LosBrolin   139
    20   RoteLaterne   134
    21   Squire   131
    22   Laarsland   124
    23   Josedin   103
    24   Hakkie2   92
    25   Ludwigzgz   90
    26   Armchair_Cyclist   85
    27   Joelsim   70
    28   Vladimir   64
    29   DJW   46
    30   Shalgo   45
    31   Trudgin   42
    32   Madrazo   32
    33   AmisVelo   25
    33   Monsieur_Hulot   25
       CollectiveWisdom   149


    Overall
    Karaev more than doubles his lead, and Kryvo overtakes Comodoro to take a podium spot: further down the top ten, Fauniera regains one of the positions he lost when Najar's points were removed, and Skidmark gets a top ten spot through the biggest rise this month:5 places.

    1   Karaev   4949
    2   Nathanptz   4729
    3   Kryvo   4706
    4   Comodoro   4669
    5   TheAsian   4636
    6   Fauniera   4487
    7   Skidmark   4438
    8   Ludwigzgz   4435
    9   HugoKoblet   4432
    10   Squire   4402
    11   Scrooll07   4347
    12   Laarsland   4332
    13   Cordi333   4298
    14   AlyKaptan   4263
    15   Kazistuta   4111
    16   Blues_in_the_Bottle   4022
    17   Hakkie2   3992
    18   Flo   3902
    19   RoteLaterne   3868
    20   AmisVelo   3659
    21   Shalgo   3632
    22   Armchair_Cyclist   3576
    23   Josedin   3555
    24   JonEzeitza   3548
    25   Madrazo   3538
    26   LosBrolin   3508
    27   Monsieur_Hulot   3493
    28   DJW   3175
    29   Joelsim   3123
    30   Vladimir   3049
    31   LukasCPH   2913
    32   Leadbelly   1982
    33   NorthAmericanScum   1937
    34   Trudgin   1434
       CollectiveWisdom   4773

    Don't be surprised if the March update is slightly delayed: it will be the weekend of the first races in the Spring Classics game, so I might be a bit busy with that (watch our for news of it soon), but it should appear during that first week of March.

    Here is the spreadsheet, but some columns are redundant or unupdated, because the first month each year requires slightly different calculation.
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    Re: 2018-20 Emerging Riders CQ game
    « Reply #38 on: February 04, 2019, 23:45 »
    Standings
    31 (of 34)   LukasCPH   2592
       CollectiveWisdom   4609

    I, eh ... firmly believe in my picks to break through next year. :lol

    Year 2, Month 1
    This month:
    1   LukasCPH   306

    Well, they have made a decent start...

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    Re: 2018-20 Emerging Riders CQ game
    « Reply #39 on: March 07, 2019, 00:01 »
    Year 2, Month 2 4th February to 3rd March
    Pogacar looks like he is going to be a key selection in this edition, after arguably the best performance in the peloton, emerging or otherwise, this month.

    POGACAR Tadej      212 (stage win, yellow jerseys, and overall win in Volta ao Algarve) for 16 teams
    VELASCO Simone      150 (Laigueglia win) for Joelsim
    MADOUAS Valentin      131 (2nd in both Drome and Adeche, 8th in Etoile de Besseges) for 10 teams
    SOSA CUERVO Ivan Ramiro      91(2nd in Tour of Colombia) for 12
    KNOX James      64 (8th in UAE GC)  14
    AGUIRRE CALPA Hernan Ricardo      62 (4th in Rwanda GC)   4
    PETERS Nans      57   1
    PLANCKAERT Edward      52   5
    MCNULTY Brandon      50   18


    1   Laarsland   595 (Pogacar, Madouas, Sosa)
    2   Nathanptz   588  (Pogacar, Madouas, Sosa, McNulty)
    3   Fauniera   587  (Pogacar, Madouas, Sosa, McNulty)
    4   Karaev   560   (Pogacar, Sosa, McNulty)
    4   AlyKaptan   560   (Pogacar, Madouas, Sosa, McNulty)
    6   HugoKoblet   556    (Pogacar, Madouas, Knox)
    7   Skidmark   535
    8   Squire   527
    9   Comodoro   518
    10   Cordi333   514
    11   Kazistuta   484
    12   RoteLaterne   461
    13   Vladimir   425
    14   Kryvo   410
    15   Ludwigzgz   398
    16   LosBrolin   395
    17   Blues_in_the_Bottle   380
    18   Joelsim   333
    19   Scrooll07   329
    20   Monsieur_Hulot   323
    21   Shalgo   279
    22   Madrazo   277
    23   Hakkie2   272
    24   DJW   270
    25   AmisVelo   264
    26   LukasCPH   260
    27   Josedin   257
    28   Armchair_Cyclist   234
    29   Leadbelly   218
    30   TheAsian   212
    31   NorthAmericanScum   200
    32   Flo   197
    33   JonEzeitza   131
    34   Trudgin   121
       CollectiveWisdom   585
       CollectiveIgnorance   512

    Standings
    8 of the top ten at the end of January were in the top ten for February, so this was more a confirmation than a shake up.  The cream may have already risen. There is some significant change though, with Comodoro making the podium, Hugo Koblet (+3) and Squire (+2) moving up within the top ten, and Laarsland (+3) joining that elite.  Although they were 16th and 20th respectively this month, a congested lower-middle table gives Los Brolin and Monsieur Hulot the honour of biggest riser (+4).

    1   Karaev   5509
    2   Nathanptz   5317
    3   Comodoro   5187
    4   Kryvo   5116
    5   Fauniera   5074
    6   HugoKoblet   4988
    7   Skidmark   4973
    8   Squire   4929
    9   Laarsland   4927
    10   TheAsian   4848
    11   Ludwigzgz   4833
    12   AlyKaptan   4823
    13   Cordi333   4812
    14   Scrooll07   4676
    15   Kazistuta   4595
    16   Blues_in_the_Bottle   4402
    17   RoteLaterne   4329
    18   Hakkie2   4264
    19   Flo   4099
    20   AmisVelo   3923
    21   Shalgo   3911
    22   LosBrolin   3903
    23   Monsieur_Hulot   3816
    24   Madrazo   3815
    25   Josedin   3812
    26   Armchair_Cyclist   3810
    27   JonEzeitza   3679
    28   Vladimir   3474
    29   Joelsim   3456
    30   DJW   3445
    31   LukasCPH   3173
    32   Leadbelly   2200
    33   NorthAmericanScum   2137
    34   Trudgin   1555
       CollectiveWisdom   5358
       CollectiveIgnorance   4767
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