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Re: 2019 Spring Classics CQ Game
« Reply #30 on: March 27, 2019, 19:09 »
Race 10/21: De Panne (the last two races have been misnumbered)

Lots of the big name (ie expensive) sprinters hoovering up the main points here, but some left for some of us

GAVIRIA RENDON Fernando   2nd, 108pts for 3 teams
HALVORSEN KRISTOFFER   6th, 62pts for 5 teams
TEUNISSEN Mike   10th, 36pts 3 teams
NAESEN Lawrence   14th, 22pts 2 teams
VAN STAEYEN Michael   21st, 10pts 3 teams
BOECKMANS KRIS   22nd, 9pts 1 teams
and 29 different 5 points finishers

1   Kazistuta   128 (Gaviria, Van Staeyen and 2 5ers: 80 Green pts)
2   Joelsim, PremierAndrew   118 (Gaviria and 2 5ers: 42.5 Green pts each)
4   Laarsland   89 (Halvorsen, Naesen and 1 fiver, 25 G pts)
5   Chiron   76  (Halvorsen, Boeckmans and 1 fiver, 15 G pts)
6   LosBrolin, Postmanhat, Safebet   72 (Halvorsen and 2 fivers, 6 G pts)
9   Vladimir   61 (Teunissen and five fives: 2 pts)
10   Flo, Leadbelly   51 (Teunissen and three fives: 0.5 pts)
12   Tobydawq   32
13   NorthAmericanScum, Search   30
15   RoteLaterne, Salvarani   25
17   Bminchow, GPBlanco, Madrazo, Nathanptz, ThePirate81, Triley36   20
23   AmisVelo, Blues_in_the_Bottle, Comodoro, Josedin   15
27   Armchair, BlackBandit222, Otoxiep87, Scrool07   10
31   Del1962, JustSomeGuy, LightBing, MellowVelo, SemirS   5
   SoLastYear   10
   CollectiveWisdom   10

Green Points
Kazistuta's victory on the day gets into the top ten, no change in the upper ranks.

1   JustSomeGuy   173.13
2   Tobydawq   162.38
3   Otoxiep87   141.63
4   Laarsland   141
5   Chiron   130.95
6   Bminchow   114.5
7   SemirS   97.42
8   Leadbelly   80.54
9   Kazistuta   80.04
9   Scrool07   80.04

Standings
SemirS in third place scored so low today that the top two now have a huge gap.  Joelsim (4th from 9th) and Premier Andrew (6th from 12th) stake a place among the challengers for the minor placings, Laarsland nudges into the top ten, and Kazistuta has a ten place leap of the day.
1   Tobydawq   881
2   Chiron   779
3   SemirS   597
4   Joelsim   575
5   Bminchow   570
6   PremierAndrew   558
7   Blues_in_the_Bottle   554
8   Del1962   535
9   JustSomeGuy   508
10   Laarsland   502
11   Madrazo   490
12   Triley36   472
13   AmisVelo   464
14   Postmanhat   454
15   ThePirate81   448
16   Otoxiep87   416
17   Josedin   410
18   Salvarani   404
19   LightBing   388
19   Safebet   388
21   Kazistuta   385
22   Scrool07   379
22   LosBrolin   379
24   GPBlanco   374
25   BlackBandit222   362
26   Leadbelly   361
27   Armchair   355
28   Search   346
29   Flo   323
30   MellowVelo   305
31   Nathanptz   302
32   Vladimir   281
33   NorthAmericanScum   267
34   RoteLaterne   259
35   Comodoro   191
   SoLastYear   153
   CollectiveWisdom   440

About halfway through: the remaining races are, on average, of a higher status than those already raced, and on those grounds, might be expected to yield more points, but we always see a big change in the selection of riders, and teams, that score after Paris-Roubaix. 

E3 on Friday, Gen-Wevelgem on Sunday: races coming thick and fast.
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