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Stage 11 Capri - Novi Ligure
« on: May 21, 2019, 21:21 »
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Al that can really be said about this tage is that it does have a little bit mor climbing than stage 10 given that it doe gradually rise to 222 metres at the finish

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Basically straight and gradually rising from just under 3km to go.

Should finish in a sprint and whol will win? Given they are rumoured to be leaving the race after stage 11 Caleb Ewan and Elia Viviani will probably be extra motivated to finish the race off with a win and Ackermann will want to make amends for today crash but I think I will have to go for Demare based on the way that he won stage 10.
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    Re: Stage 11 Capri - Novi Ligure
    « Reply #1 on: May 21, 2019, 21:29 »
    So, exactly the same as today, just 80kms longer.
    Yippee!  :P
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    Re: Stage 11 Capri - Novi Ligure
    « Reply #2 on: May 21, 2019, 21:43 »
    +a headwind most of the day :win :fp
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    Re: Stage 11 Capri - Novi Ligure
    « Reply #3 on: May 21, 2019, 23:07 »
    Stage 11



    Al that can really be said about this tage is that it does have a little bit mor climbing than stage 10 given that it doe gradually rise to 222 metres at the finish

    Final Kilometres


    And 11 of those altitude metres are on the final kilometre; in fact, on the final 750 metres
    That's a 1.46-percent average - a brutal climb after rest day 2 stage 10! :lol
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    Re: Stage 11 Capri - Novi Ligure
    « Reply #4 on: May 22, 2019, 18:26 »
    in the end it was steep enough for #lotto Caleb Ewan to use his psychological advantage of knowing that he is superior on uphill finishes at least :P



    #bora Ackermann did alright, given that he crashed pretty hard yesterday, but making up that 11 point advantage #groupama Demare now has in the fight for the #ciclamino points jersey will not be an easy task with only one potential sprint stage (and maybe two or three intermediate sprints) left - in case either of them finishes the race
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    Re: Stage 11 Capri - Novi Ligure
    « Reply #5 on: May 23, 2019, 02:26 »
    Caleb on the flats, or even slightly uphill, always looks like he's racing downhill.






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    Re: Stage 11 Capri - Novi Ligure
    « Reply #6 on: May 23, 2019, 07:05 »
    Caleb on the flats, or even slightly uphill, always looks like he's racing downhill.

    So much that the sprinters that want to hide behind his back actually needs to be in front of him  :S
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