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Re: Paris - Nice
« on: March 14, 2019, 18:18 »
well, seemes like the wind had a bit more of an influence on that one than expected. Here are the results and split times of the Top 30 + the other gc contenders from Florry's list up there:

RANK NAME INT INT -> FIN FIN
1      #mitchelton   YATES Simon      19:00 (2.)      <- 11:26 (14.) ->      30:27
2      #katusha   *POLITT Nils      19:27 (7.)      <- 11:06 (2.) ->      30:34
3      #sky   KWIATKOWSKI Michal      19:33 (12.)      <- 11:04 (1.) ->      30:37
4      #ef   VAN GARDEREN Tejay      19:29 (8.)      <- 11:12 (4.) ->      30:41
5      #ef   *MARTINEZ Daniel      19:30 (9.)      <- 11:11 (3.) ->      30:41
6      #sky   *BERNAL Egan      19:26 (6.)      <- 11:15 (5.) ->      30:41
7      #ef   CRADDOCK Lawson      19:24 (5.)      <- 11:17 (6.) ->      30:42
8      #ef   SCULLY Tom      18:56 (1.)      <- 11:57 (56.) ->      30:54
9      #movistar   SOLER Marc      19:23 (4.)      <- 11:34 (22.) ->      30:56
10      #astana   SANCHEZ Luis Leon      19:32 (10.)      <- 11:25 (11.) ->      30:57
11      #quickstep   JUNGELS Bob      19:42 (14.)      <- 11:24 (9.) ->      31:06
12      #astana   IZAGUIRRE Ion      19:43 (16.)      <- 11:27 (16.) ->      31:09
13      #dimension   BOASSON HAGEN Edvald      19:42 (15.)      <- 11:28 (17.) ->      31:10
14      #mitchelton   CHAVES Esteban      19:33 (11.)      <- 11:38 (26.) ->      31:11
15      #mitchelton   BAUER Jack      19:11 (3.)      <- 12:00 (61.) ->      31:12
16      #sunweb   KELDERMAN Wilco      19:49 (20.)      <- 11:27 (15.) ->      31:16
17      #movistar   QUINTANA Nairo      20:01 (32.)      <- 11:18 (7.) ->      31:19
18      #bahrain   TEUNS Dylan      19:55 (24.)      <- 11:29 (18.) ->      31:24
19      #bora   GROSSSCHARTNER Felix      20:00 (29.)      <- 11:24 (10.) ->      31:25
20      #ccc   DE MARCHI Alessandro      20:03 (33.)      <- 11:25 (12.) ->      31:28
21      #direct   *TURGIS Anthony      19:37 (13.)      <- 11:53 (46.) ->      31:30
22      #sky   *GEOGHEGAN HART Tao      20:00 (28.)      <- 11:32 (19.) ->      31:32
23      #lotto   DE GENDT Thomas      19:59 (27.)      <- 11:34 (23.) ->      31:33
24      #mitchelton   HAIG Jack      20:07 (39.)      <- 11:26 (13.) ->      31:33
25      #sunweb   VERVAEKE Louis      19:49 (20.)      <- 11:47 (38.) ->      31:36
26      #fdj   MOLARD Rudy      20:05 (37.)      <- 11:33 (21.) ->      31:39
27      #dimension   *DAVIES Scott      20:16 (55.)      <- 11:23 (8.) ->      31:39
28      #ag2r   BARDET Romain      20:09 (43.)      <- 11:32 (20.) ->      31:42
29      #ef   DOCKER Mitchell      19:48 (19.)      <- 11:57 (57.) ->      31:45
30      #direct   TERPSTRA Niki      20:08 (40.)      <- 11:39 (27.) ->      31:47
                           
40      #jumbo   BENNETT George      20:17 (56.)      <- 11:40 (28.) ->      31:57
41      #ag2r   GALLOPIN Tony      20:06 (38.)      <- 11:53 (48.) ->      31:59
                           
50      #bora   KONRAD Patrick      20:27 (64.)      <- 11:43 (32.) ->      32:09
51      #katusha   ZAKARIN Ilnur      20:17 (58.)      <- 11:52 (44.) ->      32:10
                           
63      #direct   CALMEJANE Lilian      20:41 (80.)      <- 11:53 (45.) ->      32:34
(edit: those numbers initially included digits after the decimal point, which I just cut off to fit them into the spreadsheet. That's why some figures are not adding up)

Bob Jungels for example said that - based on his numbers - it was the best time trial he ever did.

Well, but anyway, some guys definitely did great there, among them #ef #ef #ef #ef #ef, or #sky Egan Bernal, now right up there in GC. And #ag2r Romain Bardet's work with the Ridley guys over in the winter seems to have paid off as well :cool

Tomorrow the race heads further east for a stage with lots and lots of wind. And a lumpy one it is. Here is a closer look at the final part of it:



With the Turini looming on the horizon you'd expect it to be a relatively calm breakaway stage I guess, but some teams want a sprint, they said (Lotto for example), and with the wind, others may see an opportunity to fetch back some time before the mountains...
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