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[2.1] Vuelta Ciclista Murcia INTERNACIONAL 3rd March. (UCI 2.1)
« on: February 28, 2012, 17:08 »



 (1st ctg) -198,2 kms.- on Saturday
Balneario de Archena-Espuña Climb


Time-trial (12,3 kms) on Sunday
 Murcia (Cash Europa-Capital city)





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#This is all i can gather, I will update and make corrections.
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    Dim

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    Sky arent doing Murcia, at least they dont think they are doing it. :D
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    Sky arent doing Murcia, at least they dont think they are doing it. :D

    LOL okay thanks, will edit ..got it from murcia facebook page.
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  • Capt_Cavman

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    Hope Justin Tiernan-Locke will be riding. Was a bit worried when he announced he would be riding the tour of Mercia that there actually was a Tour of Mercia. Thankfully there isn't.
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  • Dim

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    damnit, you just made me go an endure another 30 seconds of the god awful music on their website
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    damnit, you just made me go an endure another 30 seconds of the god awful music on their website
    :D haha
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    Alejandro Valverde, J-Rodriguez, Joachim Tiernan-locke, Robert Gesink, Sam Sanchez , Dennis Menchov all down to ride...  Nice.

    Well according to cycling fever and their limited startlist.

     8)



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  • Zam

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    Alejandro Valverde, J-Rodriguez, Joachim Tiernan-locke, Robert Gesink, Sam Sanchez , Dennis Menchov all down to ride...  Nice.

    Well according to cycling fever and their limited startlist.

     8)
    Not according to zam's startlist unfortunately. Does anyone have more details of his family bereavement? Sounds a bit callous I know
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    I should of studied that better.
    No haven't heard of of his bereavement situation - Its a shame for him and Endura.
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    I should of studied that better.
    No haven't heard of of his bereavement situation - Its a shame for him and Endura.
    No blame, zam's post was after yours.
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    Brian Smith justed tweeted a picture of JTL's UCI Europe Tour leader's jersey with the hastag #murcia so I guess he is going to ride...
    I know he missed Boucles du Sud Ardèche due to the bereavement.

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    Euskaltel Euskadi for the Vuelta a Murcia
    Samuel Sanchez
    Mikel Nieve
    Amets Txurruka
    Iván Velasco
    Miguel Mingeuz
    Jorge Azanza
    Victor Cabedo
     

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    Euskaltel Euskadi for the Vuelta a Murcia
    Samuel Sanchez
    Mikel Nieve
    Amets Txurruka
    Iván Velasco
    Miguel Mingeuz
    Jorge Azanza
    Victor Cabedo
    stronger than their TdF line up
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    endura racing.
    http://www.enduraracing.com/Item.aspx?dept_id=2&item_id=362


    Alexander Wetterhall


    Erick Rowsell


    Iker Camaño Ortuzar


    Jon Tiernan-Locke


    Paul Voß


    Rene Mandri


    Zak Dempster
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    The start list photo i posted was from murcia page.
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    Nice race! Too bad it's falling apart. Just 2 days left.

    Still a very nice lineup. Should be good racing.
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    Quintana wins the first stage. :)
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    JTL bonked or his kryptonite is descending? Was dropped by Quintana and passed by Poels.
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    JTL bonked or his kryptonite is descending? Was dropped by Quintana and passed by Poels.
    Dropped by Quintana with 1.5km of climbing to go. Caught by Poels at the top of the climb and 'dropped' (what's dropped, 2 seconds..not really dropped) in the descent by Poels

    Too bad that Kelderman punctured in the descent. He was leading the group Gesink up the climb...so wasn't doing too bad
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    JTL just beaten in the sprint really by Poels.  Unless he can get away on the climbs people are always going to sit in as they'll have team mates behind.  The TT could be really exciting, im gonna tip Pardilla to take 3rd place off JTL, Quintana and Poels to maintain their places and Oldcastle in 5th (I dont underrate Sanchez's TT, just not this early in the year)
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    Dropped by Quintana with 1.5km of climbing to go. Caught by Poels at the top of the climb and 'dropped' (what's dropped, 2 seconds..not really dropped) in the descent by Poels

    Too bad that Kelderman punctured in the descent. He was leading the group Gesink up the climb...so wasn't doing too bad

    No need to get touchy, there was limited reports last night when trying to follow it, all I (or anyone) could gather from twitter was that JTL was with Nairo and then between the climb and the finish ended up 3rd.
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    Dont think Dekker was being protective of JTL, as he has been baiting mercilessly about him on CN.

    Etapa 2:
    1. Alexander Serov (RusVelo) 13:46:44
    2. Jonathan Castroviejo (Movistar Team) m.t
    3. Alexander Wetterhall (Endura Racing) a 3
    4. Alexey Kunshin (Lokosphinx) a 6
    5. Jan Barta (NetApp) a 11
    6. Robert Gesink (Rabobank) a 12
    7. Sergey Shilov (Lokosphinx) a 13
    8. Kirill Sveshnikov (Lokosphonx) a 16
    9. Evgeny Kovalev (RusVelo) a 16
    10. Stef Clement (Rabobank) a 17

    JTL 14.08
    Poels 14.13
    Quintana 14.18

    General:
    1. Nairo Quintana (Movistar Team) 8:06:10
    2. Jonathan Tiernan-Locke (Endura) a 6
    3. Wout Poels (Vacansoleil) a 9
    4. Sergio Pardilla (Movistar Team) a 15
    5. Jonathan Castroviejo (Movistar Team) a 21
    6. Samuel Sánchez (Euskaltel-Euskadi) a 22
    7. Johnny Hoogerland (Vancasoleil) a 25
    8. Robert Gesink (Rabobank) a 33
    9. Bartosz Huzarski (NetApp) a 47
    10. Paul Voss (Endura) a 1:24
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    Gesink makes time up in the TT but lost too much on the climb. Strange days.
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    Tiernen Locke's winning run comes to an end..
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    Tiernen Locke's winning run comes to an end..

    But the legend continues
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    But the legend continues
    Indeed, the legend of Nairo Quintana, a 22 year colombian
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