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U23 World Championships - RR & TT
« on: September 18, 2013, 18:02 »
U23 World Championships

Road Race:






Away from the main events we have a side event, yet though it may be peripheral the U23 races are likely to be just as enthralling as the senior events and they are an invaluable guide to who to look out for in the coming years.

Performing in the U23 Worlds is not a guarantee of success in years to come, but it is certainly a strong indicator. Moreover teams will be watching eagle eyed as they monitor the next generation of talent, some will have contracts in the pipeline but performing here will assist many as they aim to join the Pro ranks.

In previous years

Rider Races for Cq points next year Success
LUTSENKO Alexey #astana 64 TBS
DEMARE Arnaud #fdj 849 Yes
MATTHEWS Michael #greenedge 652 Had a decent Vuelta
SICARD Romain #euskaltel 174 No - injury
DUART Fabio #colombia 44 Brief Sparks

So there we have it, unlike the Tour de L'avenir, the recent winners of this race haven't got on to light up the world of cycling like Nairo Quintana is currently doing. Gerald Ciolek recently won Milan San-Remo and Peter Velits has podiumed a Grand Tour, but you have to cast your mind all the way back to 1998 and Ivan Basso to come across a rider who has excelled at the very summit of the sport after winning this race.

Year Winner 2nd 3rd
2005 Dmitry Grabovskiy (UKR)    William Walker (AUS)    Yevgeni Popov (RUS)
2006 Gerald Ciolek (GER)    Romain Feillu (FRA)    Alexander Khatuntsev (RUS)
2007 Peter Velits (SVK)    Wesley Sulzberger (AUS)    Jonathan Bellis (GBR)
2008 Fabio Duarte (COL)    Simone Ponzi (ITA)    John Degenkolb (GER)
2009 Romain Sicard (FRA)    Carlos Betancur (COL)    Egor Silin (RUS)
2010 Michael Matthews (AUS)    John Degenkolb (GER)    Guillaume Boivin (CAN) & Taylor Phinney (USA)
2011 Arnaud Démare (FRA)    Adrien Petit (FRA)    Andrew Fenn (GBR)
2012 Alexey Lutsenko (KAZ)    Bryan Coquard (FRA)    Tom Van Asbroeck (BEL)


The Route:

So we have a miniature version of the elite road race. Everything which goes for the road race will go for this race as well apart from the distance. The climbing is significant and will ensure that only the strongest will have a chance of succeeding. Around 5km at 6%, raced repeatedly will make for leaden legs regardless of the distance. The laps don't start earlier for the U23s though I believe, which is a shame as a shorter race should have led to less distance to the laps, but practically I guess it just doesn't work that way.


The BIG Climb

Distance 4km and a half
Average gradient 6%
Min Height 114.90 m
Maximum height 381.91 m
Difference in altitude 267 m

Ascent



Descent





The Preliminary Startlist:

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Riders to watch:

There is a lot of talent on offer at this year's race. I have been hyping the Yates twins for quite a while and they are both strong climbers. Simon Yates particularly, seems to have a fast finish on him and looks ideally suited to this course. Lawson Craddock has been the talk of town for a while now and he can certainly climb with the best.
My favourite rider of all in this bunch is Louis Meintjes, the South African is certainly talented and whilst I don't think he will win it will be interesting to keep an eye out to see how he fares. Oskar Svendsen is another rider with the world potentially at his feet. He may still be in his teens but his Avenir performance proved what a rider he is. Davide Formolo looks promising for Italy. The Tour de L'avenir winner Ruben Fernandez looks an exciting rider, even if I don't know much about him. Bakhtiyar Kozhatayev did well in Avenir as well and will likely be on Astana's elite teams books before long. Tsgabu Grmay, a
dark horse for sure but the MTN rider is very capable and seems to be riding well atm. On the African theme and another rider who it will be interesting to monitor is Natnael Berhane, if he can rediscover his Turkey form he may even be a factor. There is also Chamorro from Colombia, he hasn't done much this year but he finished second at Avenir last year and is definitely a Colombian climber for the future. Also Belgian have a strong team with Jasper Stuyven and Sean De Bie. And the podium finisher from Avenir Patrick Konrad and big winner this season Dylan Van Baarle.

Note: I am certainly not an expert on U23 riders so by all means post any riders I have missed or just simply don't know about.



ITT

Monday 23rd September - 43.5km






This race tends to be more of an indicator of things to come. As in the elite version, the Time Trial is the race of truth and the variables are limited. So whilst the road race is wide open, the time trial is likely to come down to a select few of the very elite time triallists amongst the starters.

Glancing at past winners, provides a more positive sight than with the road race. Taylor Phinney and Durbridge in particular are rider who have fantastic futures ahead of them. Last year's winner, Voroybev has taken longer to adapt to the Pro ranks and the verdict is still out on him. The trend reverses itself as we go further back with riders now renowned for their time trialling such as Dominique Cornu and Danny Pate on the winners list, but the most recent batch of gold medallists suggests a bright future for this year's gold medalist.

Rider Signed by Cq points next year ITT Success
VOROBYEV Anton #katusha 31 2nd in De Panne is highlight
DURBRIDGE Luke #greenedge 693 Yes
PHINNEY Taylor #bmc 344 Yes came 2nd last yer
BOBRIDGE Jack #belkin 149 Some difficulties

Year Winner 2nd 3rd
2006 Dominique Cornu (BEL)    Mikhail Ignatiev (RUS)    Jérôme Coppel (FRA)
2007 Lars Boom (NED)    Mikhail Ignatiev (RUS)    Jérôme Coppel (FRA)
2008 Adriano Malori (ITA)    Patrick Gretsch (GER)    Cameron Meyer (AUS)
2009 Jack Bobridge (AUS)    Nélson Oliveira (POR)    Patrick Gretsch (GER)
2010 Taylor Phinney (USA)    Luke Durbridge (AUS)    Marcel Kittel (GER)
2011 Luke Durbridge (AUS)    Rasmus Quaade (DEN)    Michael Hepburn (AUS)
2012 Anton Vorobyev (RUS)    Rohan Dennis (AUS)    Damien Howson (AUS)


Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1    Russia   3   3   2   8
2    Italy   3   1   2   6   
3    Australia   2   3   5   10
4    United States   2   0   0   2   
5    Germany   1   2   3   6

What I found most intriguing about this table is the Russian success and why I posted it. Whilst the Russians are top of the table for U23 ITT, a quick look at the elite time trial stats suggests they have not won a single medal amongst the big boys since 94. Whilst the Aussies have been enjoying some concerted in this event recently and I don't expect that to change much this year.


Route:

Unlike the Road Race, the Time trial is flat as a pancake. Even the little bump which features in the elite edition will not be ridden here as the race starts around 15km later than the big boys' one. What that means is the best Time Triallist will win, the rider with the most diesel left in his engine.


Preliminary Startlist:

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Ones to Watch:

Lawson Craddock is one immensely talented young rider and he has posted some solid results this year amongst the pros. He has come Top 5 in the Tour of Gila and the USA National Champs ITTs and he posted good results in California and Colorado. Another rider to watch out for is the Aussie Campbell Flakemore who won the Thuringen Rundfhart ITT and the Olympia Tour ITT. 
Just to demonstrate he is in strong form coming into the worlds he just recently won the Chrono Champeoinis. His compatriot Damien Howson may push him close though, Howson signed as a stagaire with OGRE in August on the back of a strong start to the season and a podium in last year's U23 ITT.
After finishing on the bottom step last year he will be determined to improve and will be one to watch out for. Lasse Norman Hansen could also feature and the Dutch rider Dylan Van Baarle, the winner of the Olympia Tour and Thuringen Rundfhart, but my money is on the two Aussies fighting it out for the win and rights to the rainbow jersey.





TV Coverage

Channel Country Time Event
EEN *be 14:55-16:55 Live  U23 ITT
EEN *be 14:55-17:40 Live U23 RR
RDS  *ca 09:00-11:30 Live U23 RR
CT4 *cz 13:55-17:00 Live U23 ITT
CT4 *cz 12:55-17:40 Live U23 RR
RAI *it 13:55-17:00 Live U23 ITT
RAI *it 12:50-18:00 Live U23 RR
RTV  *si 16:00-17:30 Live U23 RR
SS  *za 14:00-17:15 Live U23 ITT
SS  *za 13:00-18:00 Live U23 RR
RSI  *ch 12:30-17:50 LiveU23 RR
BBC *gb TBA Both
ES TBA Both
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    Re: UCI U23 World Championships
    « Reply #1 on: September 19, 2013, 16:56 »
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    Re: UCI U23 World Championships
    « Reply #2 on: September 23, 2013, 07:50 »
    Start list
    74   Viktor Okishev (Kazakhstan)   14:00:00   
    73   Yves Lampaert (Belgium)   14:01:30   
    72   Lukasz Wisniowski (Poland)   14:03:00   
    71   Andris Vosekalns (Latvia)   14:04:30   
    70   Daniel Turek (Czech Republic)   14:06:00   
    69   Meron Teshome Hagos (Eritrea)14:07:30   
    68   Paulius Siskevicius (Lithuania)14:09:00   
    67   Zoltan Sipos (Romania)14:10:30   
    66   Feritcan Samli (Turkey)14:12:00   
    65   Lukas Postlberger (Austria)   14:13:30   
    64   Johannes Christoffel Nel (South Africa)14:15:00   
    63   Davide Martinelli (Italy)14:16:30   
    62   Viktor Manakov (Russia)14:18:00   
    61   Stefan Kueng(Switzerland)14:19:30   
    60   Truls Engen Korsaeth (Norway)14:21:00   
    59   Mikel Iturria Segurola (Spain)14:22:30   
    58   Frederik Frison (Belgium)14:24:00   
    57   Lawson Craddock (United States of America)14:25:30   
    56   Edison Bravo Manciua (China)14:27:00   
    55   Emiljano Stojku (Albania)14:28:30   
    54   Ioannis Spanopoulos (Greece)14:30:00   
    53   Zydrunas Savickas (Lithuania)14:31:30   
    52   Brayan Stiven Ramirez Chacon (Colombia)14:33:00   
    51   Cristian Raileanu (Moldovia)14:34:30   
    50   Carlos Eduardo Quisphe-Quishpe (Ecuador)14:36:00   
    49   Endrik Puntso (Estonia)14:37:30   
    48   James Oram (New Zealand)   14:39:00   
    47   Louis Meintjes (South Africa)14:40:30   
    46   Bruno Maltar (Croatia)14:42:00   
    45   Facundo Lezica (Argentina)14:43:30   
    44   Abel Kenyeres (Hungary)   14:45:00   
    43   Amund Grøndahl Jansen (Norway)14:46:30   
    42   Burr Ho (Hong Kong)14:48:00   
    41   Eduard Michael Grosu (Romania)14:49:30   
    40   Felix Grossschartner (Austria)14:51:00   
    39   Mario Gonzalez Salas (Spain)14:52:30   
    38   Alexander Evtushenko (Russia)14:54:00   
    37   Mark Dzamastagic (Slovenia)14:55:30   
    36   Mekseb Debesay (Eritrea)14:57:00   
    35   Marcus Christie (Ireland)14:58:30   
    34   Josef Cerny (Czech Republic)15:00:00   
    33   Ilhan Celik (Turkey)15:01:30   
    32   Alexander Cataford (Canada)15:03:00   
    31   Nathan Brown (United States of America)   15:04:30   
    30   Zhandos Bizhigitov (Kazakhstan)15:06:00   
    29   Simone Antonini (Italy)15:07:30   
    28   Adrian Alvarado Teneb (Chile)15:09:00   
    27   Juan Enrique Aldapa (Mexico)15:10:30   
    26   Adil Barbari (Algeria)15:12:00   
    25   Eduardo Sepulveda (Argentina)15:13:30   
    24   Szymon Rekita (Poland)15:15:00   
    23   Marcus Faglum-Karlsson (Sweden)15:16:30   
    22   Yoann Paillot (France)15:18:00   
    21   Gabriel Chavanne (Switzerland)15:19:30   
    20   Ryan Mullen (Ireland)15:21:00   
    19   Alexis Gougeard (France)15:22:30   
    18   Rafael Reis (Portugal)15:24:00   
    17   Andzs Flaksis (Latvia)15:25:30   
    16   Dylan Van Baarle (Netherlands)15:27:00   
    15   Michael Vink (New Zealand)15:28:30   
    14   Sjors Roosen (Netherlands)   15:30:00   
    13   Campbell Flakemore (Australia)15:31:30   
    12   Maximilian Schachmann (Germany)15:33:00   
    11   Tsgabu Gebremaryam Grmay (Ethiopia)15:34:30   
    10   Jose Luis Rodriguez Aguilar (Chile)15:36:00   
    9   Matej Mohoric (Slovenia)15:37:30   
    8   Rasmus Brandstrup Sterobo (Denmark)15:39:00   
    7   Marlen Zmorka (Ukraine)15:40:30   
    6   Jasha Sutterlin (Germany)15:42:00   
    5   Daniil Fominykh (Kazakhstan)15:43:30   
    4   Oleksandr Golovash (Ukraine)15:45:00   
    3   Victor Campenaerts (Belgium)15:46:30   
    2   Damien Howson (Australia)15:48:00   
    1   Lasse Norman Hansen (Denmark)15:49:30
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    Re: U23 World Championships - RR & TT
    « Reply #3 on: September 23, 2013, 16:20 »
    ITT



    Flakemore was surprisingly poor and that thus allowed Howson to take a reasonably comfortable win. #greenedge have already had him riding as a stagaire for them so no chasing after him.  Paillot posted a strong and slightly surprising result - he did ride some solid races in the Conti ranks-  but a nice performance by him.
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    Re: U23 World Championships - RR & TT
    « Reply #4 on: September 23, 2013, 16:57 »


    Craddock feel today
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    Re: U23 World Championships - RR & TT
    « Reply #5 on: September 23, 2013, 17:04 »


    Craddock feel today
    Is Lawson raising money for charity or something? One step on from stripping for a calendar I suppose.

    Where will it all end?
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    Re: U23 World Championships - RR & TT
    « Reply #6 on: September 23, 2013, 17:08 »
    Is Lawson raising money for charity or something? One step on from stripping for a calendar I suppose.

    Where will it all end?

     :D

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    Re: U23 World Championships - RR & TT
    « Reply #7 on: September 23, 2013, 18:21 »
    Hansen got third, but I was surprised by the underwhelming performances of Garmin's other recruits Nathan Brown (US U23 TT Nat Champ (& 2nd RR)) & Dylan Van Baarle (Dutch U23 TT & RR Nat Champ). 
    I guess you focus on key races all season & getting a contract.  It might be hard to get up for Worlds at the end of the season without a contract at stake.
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    Re: UCI U23 World Championships
    « Reply #8 on: September 26, 2013, 12:58 »
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    Caleb Ewan: History's adversary

    I've yet to this kid in action so looking forward to that - he sounds to be too dangerous to take to the end.
    I hope the British team show some tactical awareness that usually escapes their senior riders in one day races for this one - The Yates twins seem to be pretty clever riders from what I''ve seen of them so hopefully...
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    Re: UCI U23 World Championships
    « Reply #9 on: September 26, 2013, 13:03 »
    I've yet to this kid in action so looking forward to that - he sounds to be too dangerous to take to the end.
    I hope the British team show some tactical awareness that usually escapes their senior riders in one day races for this one - The Yates twins seem to be pretty clever riders from what I''ve seen of them so hopefully...

    If Caleb gets to the finish I would be very very surprised , if he does he wins - 1% chance he makes it imo
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    Re: U23 World Championships - RR & TT
    « Reply #10 on: September 26, 2013, 21:14 »
    Craddock sounds bullish. Hopefully no ill effects from his crash the other day.

    Interesting that they went with five from Bontrager. Was there anybody decent that missed out because of this choice?
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    Re: U23 World Championships - RR & TT
    « Reply #12 on: September 27, 2013, 18:53 »

    *How many Youth CQ pts is that worth (Ewan in 4th too) ?

    not too many, comparable to a stage win in a World Tour race, 40 for the winner, 16 for 4th, only Top 10 get points
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    Re: U23 World Championships - RR & TT
    « Reply #13 on: September 27, 2013, 20:54 »
    Meintjes, you beauty! :)
    2nd place, worth as much as a win.
    Two and a half years ago, at the Tour of South Africa, all the locals were raving about this 18-year old kid. Now we definitely know why.

    As for Mohoric - wow. Just wow. World champion as a first year U23 rider, neo-pro next year (on the same team as Sagan, I might add): It's a huge promise right now. If he can deliver on that, we have a new superstar.

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    Re: U23 World Championships - RR & TT
    « Reply #14 on: September 27, 2013, 23:51 »
    Did Mohoric get to race in his Junior World Champions jersey before becoming u23?  Will he get to race in his u23 WC jersey before turning pro?
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    Re: U23 World Championships - RR & TT
    « Reply #15 on: September 28, 2013, 00:02 »
    Did Mohoric get to race in his Junior World Champions jersey before becoming u23?  Will he get to race in his u23 WC jersey before turning pro?
    No, the Worlds were his last junior race - but maybe he participated in some tiny crit in his Slovenian hometown. And as there are no U23 races left this year, he won't get to race in his new #rainbow either.

    Look at it this way, at least he won't get infected by the curse of the rainbow. ;)
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    Re: U23 World Championships - RR & TT
    « Reply #16 on: September 28, 2013, 00:21 »
    If Cycling used transfers like football, the sponsors of Liquigas Cannondale would have been over the last few  years   getting more money out of the sport than they put in. Theyve taken Nibali and Sagan from pups into superstars and are at varying stages of that process with Moser and now Mohoric.
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    Re: U23 World Championships - RR & TT
    « Reply #17 on: September 28, 2013, 00:30 »
    Cannondale is definitely not afraid to commit to young Italian talent (Slovenia is basically italy), in parts to keep salary down the past two yrs.
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    Re: U23 World Championships - RR & TT
    « Reply #18 on: September 28, 2013, 01:26 »
    What an awesome ride by Mohoric, earned that one!

    And a pretty epic style of aero descending.  :D
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    Re: U23 World Championships - RR & TT
    « Reply #19 on: September 28, 2013, 07:14 »
    World Championships: Matej Mohoric takes emotional solo victory in under-23 road race

    Read more: http://www.velonation.com/News/ID/15537/World-Championships-Matej-Mohoric-takes-emotional-solo-victory-in-under-23-road-race.aspx#ixzz2gAJO472E
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