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Re: 2019 CQ Game Thread
« Reply #240 on: September 26, 2019, 16:44 »
Update #37: Simurgh rises to a boil



In the week between the Vuelta and the Worlds, we saw a smattering of 1.1 races, a 2.1 and 1.HC here and there, and the new-look mixed TTT which gave a few CQ points as well. Who came out on top in this transition week?



This Week's Top Scorers



Rank   Team   Points this week
1   Simurgh   546
2   HelgeBlendet   498
3   Leadbelly   493
4   laarsland   483
5   Amis_Velo   476


Still some tidy points to be had from that mix of races, and Simurgh emerges on top as the only team scoring over 500 points. The way is led by the popular Edward Theuns, who finally had a good week and scored 156 points. Simurgh also had help from some rare riders: 112 from Jasper De Buyst (6 teams), 95 from Kung (14 teams), 56 from Nizzolo (10 teams) and 48 from Diego Rosa (6 teams). HelgeBlendet gets second and oh-so-close to 500 points with Theuns leading the way, flanked by 86 points from Kevin Rivera and 80 from Matteo Trentin. Leadbelly lands in third with more of a committee - amazingly, their team has two unique picks (Krists Neilandts and Jannik Steimle) win a 1.1 race in the same week, and aside from 'popular' picks Trentin and Bernal (31 and 26 teams respectively), other contributions come from 30+ points from a range of rare picks like Calmejane, Politt, Minali, and Cimolai. Good picking!



This Week's High Movers



Rank   Team   Up/down
1   HelgeBlendet   (+12)
2   laarsland   (+9)
3   ansimi   (+7)
3   Amis_Velo   (+7)
5   Simurgh   (+6)
5   Manafana   (+6)
5   trackstand   (+6)
5   oliveira   (+6)


HelgeBlendet is the only team to move up double digits this week, but laarsland comes close, moving up 9 spots thanks to Theuns/Rivera/Trentin. ansimi and Amis_velo tie for the final podium spot here with the same topline riders of Theuns and Trentin.



Green Jersey Competition



Rank   Team   Total
1   armchairclimber   225
2   ruvu75   218
3   TheArt   212
4   Popchu   208
5   tobydawq   196
6   MADRAZO   189
7   skidmark   188
8   Jancouver   183
9   Kryvo   179
10   fauniera   178
11   laarsland   177


The only movement in the top 10 is that MADRAZO leapfrogs skidmark with 4 points for 14th place; laarsland gets within shouting distance with 26 points on the week, and the competition is pretty tight, as anyone in the top 11 could get on the podium with a weekly win.



Top 10 Overall




Rank   Up/down   Team   Points
1   (-)   fauniera   13379
2   (-)   Tigerion   13004
3   (-)   karaev   12913
4   (+2)   Hakkie2   12681
5   (-1)   tobydawq   12655
5   (-)   skidmark   12655
7   (-)   ruvu75   12648
8   (+1)   SafeBet   12590
9   (-1)   Kryvo   12522
10   (-)   TheArt   12394


Some minor jockeying amongst the leaders; Tigerion gains 46 points on fauniera, so a Worlds win for one of Tigerion's riders that fauniera doesn't have will flip positions, all other things held equal. Karaev gains a few dozen points too but is still a ways behind. 4th through 8th is separated by less than 100 points, including a tie at 5th place, so there's still a lot to be sorted out. This week has the biggest 1-day points on offer, and although the Italian classics will probably see a bigger week, this is where an individual result can really flip things. Excited to see how it goes!

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