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Re: 2020 Youth CQ Ranking Game
« Reply #30 on: January 09, 2020, 22:11 »
You could argue that  *fi and to a lesser extent your beloved  *dk don't belong to Scandinavia.  ;p
But surely you won't?! :admin

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    Re: 2020 Youth CQ Ranking Game
    « Reply #31 on: January 10, 2020, 16:32 »

    15 -> *es RODRIGUEZ CANO Carlos (2001, 0 points). Ineos WT.
    Maybe the next spanish great rider? I've been following the junior ranks and he was soooo dominating in the spanish scene, but not as good as expected abroad. Probably he's not ready yet and there are other juniors more prepared like italians Piccolo or Tiberi. But if Ineos believes in him stepping up right now, I must do it too.


    Fun to read your write up. I too have Carlos but I don't expect anything from him in the next year or two. It seems to me that Ineos know it is way too early for him to step up and have just contracted him to call dibs. Seems he will focus on his studies and on getting stronger in training.
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    Re: 2020 Youth CQ Ranking Game
    « Reply #32 on: January 17, 2020, 15:12 »
    https://twitter.com/NZStuffSport/status/1218019380753129473

    :)

    Post Merge: January 17, 2020, 15:24
    I forgot to post my team btw. And tbh, I've also forgotten why I've chosen most of those lads :P

    CHAMPOUSSIN Clément (170pt, 15)
    HERMANS Quinten (162pt, 6)
    ZIMMERMANN Georg (120pt, 2)
    RAVANELLI Simone (116pt, 3)
    RAJOVIC Dusan (99pt, 3)
    BASSETT Stephen (82pt, 1)
    HAILU Biniam Girmay (55pt, 7)
    ARDILA ORDOÑEZ Andres Camilo (44pt, 35)
    KRIEGER Alexander (42pt, 5)
    HÄNNINEN Jaakko (41pt, 10)
    TOUPALIK Adam (34pt, 3)
    VERMEERSCH Florian (16pt, 6)
    PLOWRIGHT Jensen (11pt, 1)
    MACIEJUK Filip (6pt, 3)
    SIMMONS Quinn (0pt, 41)

    About Plowright: I read an interview with Drapac about the closure of his team, and he mentioned something along the lines that he'd be super curious to follow the development of the new Australian sprint sensation Jensen Plowright, who was with him last year.

    Seems like he's not too bad indeed, and at Bridgelane there should be plenty of opportunities to come over in Asia later on in the season.

    Problem is, that he needs to be a better pick than Dainese though :dizzy
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    Re: 2020 Youth CQ Ranking Game
    « Reply #33 on: January 17, 2020, 16:36 »
    https://twitter.com/NZStuffSport/status/1218019380753129473

    :)

    Post Merge: January 17, 2020, 15:24
    I forgot to post my team btw. And tbh, I've also forgotten why I've chosen most of those lads :P

    CHAMPOUSSIN Clément (170pt, 15)
    HERMANS Quinten (162pt, 6)
    ZIMMERMANN Georg (120pt, 2)
    RAVANELLI Simone (116pt, 3)
    RAJOVIC Dusan (99pt, 3)
    BASSETT Stephen (82pt, 1)
    HAILU Biniam Girmay (55pt, 7)
    ARDILA ORDOÑEZ Andres Camilo (44pt, 35)
    KRIEGER Alexander (42pt, 5)
    HÄNNINEN Jaakko (41pt, 10)
    TOUPALIK Adam (34pt, 3)
    VERMEERSCH Florian (16pt, 6)
    PLOWRIGHT Jensen (11pt, 1)
    MACIEJUK Filip (6pt, 3)
    SIMMONS Quinn (0pt, 41)

    About Plowright: I read an interview with Drapac about the closure of his team, and he mentioned something along the lines that he'd be super curious to follow the development of the new Australian sprint sensation Jensen Plowright, who was with him last year.

    Seems like he's not too bad indeed, and at Bridgelane there should be plenty of opportunities to come over in Asia later on in the season.

    Problem is, that he needs to be a better pick than Dainese though :dizzy

    Picking the young Champagne chicken as your most expensive rider over Dainese or Leknessund is brave.

    I have a funny feeling that Battistella is going to have a good season is an otherwise poor NTT.
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    Re: 2020 Youth CQ Ranking Game
    « Reply #34 on: January 17, 2020, 16:46 »
    I just didn't think Dainese would get enough opportunities yet, and I never really heard about Leknessund. Maybe I shouldn't have ignored T-72's posts about the big future of the Norwegian youngsters?! ;D
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    Re: 2020 Youth CQ Ranking Game
    « Reply #35 on: January 20, 2020, 14:41 »
    Good start for Young Viviani :)
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    Re: 2020 Youth CQ Ranking Game
    « Reply #36 on: January 20, 2020, 14:54 »
    Good start for Young Viviani :)

    Did he cry after the race?
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    Re: 2020 Youth CQ Ranking Game
    « Reply #37 on: January 28, 2020, 14:20 »
    Update 1

    And we're off for a new year of the youth CQ game. DJ Sprtsch has the honour to be this year's first leader. With Attilio Viviani, Henok Mulubrhan and Biniam Hailu he scored an impressive 134 points in Tropicale Amissa Bongo. Second placed hfgon1 picked Hailu as well, and he also scored with unique pick Matthew Holmes, who surprised with a stage win on Willunga Hill. Skidmark rounds out the current top-3 with points from Viviani, Hailu and Dainese.

    1   DJ Sprtsch   134
    2   hfgon1   106
    3   skidmark   89
    4   Kazistuta   60
    5   search   58
    6   TheArt   56
    6   Ruvu75   56
    6   Nicosix   56
    9   Florecita   55
    10   LukasCPH   51

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    Re: 2020 Youth CQ Ranking Game
    « Reply #38 on: January 28, 2020, 17:32 »
    Update 1
    Top-10! :woohoo

    Yes, I'm easily pleased. :lol
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    Re: 2020 Youth CQ Ranking Game
    « Reply #39 on: February 18, 2020, 19:40 »
    Update 2

    Quick update as I haven't got much time:
    Nicosix is this update's highest scorer, scoring an impressive 310 points. He had Dainese and Groves collect wins in the Sun Tour, and Hailu is already into profit after finishing 2nd in Laigueglia. With that score, he climbed 5 places into 2nd place.
    2nd highest scorer, and new leader overall, is skidmark. He had the same three main scorers as Nicosix: Dainese, Groves and Hailu. The same is true for our third highest scorer and new third place overall, Kazistuta.

    Highest scorers
    1   Nicosix   310
    2   skidmark   277
    3   Kazistuta   255
    4   Cordi   245
    5   Wallenquist   213
    6   Northerner   212
    7   MADRAZO   196
    7   Ludwigzgz   196
    9   Jpettersen   193
    10   Joelsim   191

    Highest movers
    1   Ludwigzgz   +25
    2   Northerner   +21
    3   Cordi   +20
    4   Jpettersen   +18
    4   Salvarani   +18
    6   comodoro   +16
    7   Wallenquist   +12
    7   Archieboy   +12
    9   rote_lanterne   +11
    10   MADRAZO   +10

    Overall ranking
    1   +2   skidmark   366
    1   +5   Nicosix   366
    3   +1   Kazistuta   315
    4   +20   Cordi   260
    5   -4   DJ Sprtsch   238
    6   +12   Wallenquist   234
    7   +9   Joelsim   224
    8   +21   Northerner   223
    9   +10   MADRAZO   212
    10   +25   Ludwigzgz   206

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    Re: 2020 Youth CQ Ranking Game
    « Reply #40 on: February 23, 2020, 12:28 »
    Yay, I made it to the highest movers list, my moment of fame.  :D

    Hailu is doing great, I had him in my team until the end when he had to make room for someone else.  :S
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    Re: 2020 Youth CQ Ranking Game
    « Reply #41 on: March 20, 2020, 10:06 »
    Update 3

    So, this may very well be the last update in a long while. With very few races on the European calendar, DJ Sprtsch managed to benefit from his slightly unconventional squad. Ravanelli, Hailu and unique pick Mulubhran all scored a couple dozen points in Rwanda, which earns him the number one spot on the highest scorers leaderboard.

    Second highest scorer is skidmark, he got points from 8 of his riders, amongst others Hailu, Bagioli and Van Wilder, which is quite impressive considering the limited calendar. MADRAZO follows closely behind with points from amongst others Ravanelli, Bagioli and Erlend Blikra.

    Kryvo is the highest mover, jumping 15 positions, his biggest scorer was another up and coming African talent, Hailemichael. Search and LukasCPH both move up 10 places, both of them had Hailu as a main scorer.

    Last update, we had a tie for first between skidmark and Nicosix. This update leaves skidmark as the sole leader, in front of Nicosix, while DJ Sprtsch manages to climb onto the podium.

    I think it's pretty cool to see so many African stars making a difference, maybe a positive result of the corona pandemic :cool

    Highest scorers
    1   DJ Sprtsch   157
    2   skidmark   126
    3   MADRAZO   123
    4   search   120
    5   Nicosix   118
    6   Ludwigzgz   116
    7   Squire   106
    8   LukasCPH   105
    9   Kryvo   103
    10   Jpettersen   97

    Highest movers
    1   Kryvo   15
    2   search   10
    2   LukasCPH   10
    4   LosBrolin   8
    5   Squire   6
    6   JonEzeitza   5
    7   MADRAZO   4
    7   Ruvu75   4
    7   theasian   4

    Overall ranking
    1   =   skidmark   492
    2   -1   Nicosix   484
    3   +2   DJ Sprtsch   395
    4   -1   Kazistuta   390
    5   +4   MADRAZO   335
    6   -2   Cordi   325
    7   +3   Ludwigzgz   322
    8   =   Northerner   313
    9   -3   Wallenquist   308
    10   +1   Jpettersen   301

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