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2013 - Eneco Tour

Eneco Tour 2013

Mon 12/08 - Stage 1 - Koksijde (B) - Ardooie (B) - 175,3 km
Tues 13/08 - Stage 2 - Ardooie (B) - Vorst (B) - 176,9 km
Wed 14/08 - Stage 3 - Oosterhout (NL) - Brouwersdam (NL) - 187,3 km
Thu 15/08 - Stage 4 - Essen (B) – Vlijmen (NL) - 169,6 km
Fri 16/08 - Stage 5 - Sittard-Geleen (NL) - 13,2 km
Sat 17/08 - Stage 6 - Riemst (B) – LA Redoute (Aywaille) (B) - 150 km
Sun 18/08 - Stage 7 - Tienen (B) – Geraardsbergen (B) - 208 km[b]


BELKIN PROCYCLING TEAM
1. Lars Boom
2. Theo Bos
3. Graeme Brown
4. Wilco Kelderman
5. Mark Renshaw
6. Bram Tankink
7. Maarten Tjallingii
8. Jos Van Emden

BMC RACING TEAM
11. Philippe Gilbert
12. Alessandro Ballan
13. Marcus Burghardt
14. Klaas Lodewyck
15. Daniel Oss
16. Taylor Phinney
17. Manuel Quinziato
18. Danilo Wyss

OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP
22. Sylvain Chavanel
23. Kevin De Weert
24. Michal Kwiatkowski
25. Alessandro Petacchi
26. Zdenek Stybar
27. Niki Terpstra
28. Guillaume Van Keirsbulck

TEAM SAXO-TINKOFF
31. Daniele Bennati
32. Manuele Boaro
33. Matti Breschel
34. Jonathan Cantwell
35. Karsten Kroon
36. Marko Kump
37. Takashi Miyazawa
38. Matteo Tosatto

SKY PROCYCLING
41. Bradley Wiggins
42. Bernhard Eisel
43. Mathew Hayman
44. David Lopez Garcia
45. Gabriel Rasch
46. Ian Stannard
47. Christopher Sutton
48. Ben Swift

VACANSOLEIL-DCM
51. Mirko Selvaggi
52. Boy van Poppel
53. Johnny Hoogerland
54. Björn Leukemans
55. Frederik Veuchelen
56. Pim Ligthart
57. Danny van Poppel
58. Lieuwe Westra

LOTTO BELISOL
61. André Greipel
62. Jens Debusschere
63. Gert Dockx
64. Jurgen Roelandts
66. Tim Wellens
67. Frederik Willems
68. Sander Cordeel
70. Jonas Van Genechten

RADIOSHACK-LEOPARD
71. Stijn Devolder
72. Jan Bakelants
73. Danilo Hondo
74. Bob Jungels
75. Maxime Monfort
76. Giacomo Nizzolo
77. Grégory Rast
78. Jesse Sergent

ASTANA PRO TEAM
81. Borut Bozic
82. Assan Bazayev
83. Dmitriy Gruzdev
84. Jacopo Guarnieri
85. Evan Huffman
86. Maxim Iglinsky
87. Arman Kamyshev
88. Ruslan Tleubayev

KATUSHA TEAM
91. Simon Spilak
92. Vladimir Gusev
93. Vladimir Isaichev
94. Viacheslav Kuznetsov
95. Alexander Porsev
96. Gatis Smukulis
97. Alexey Tsatevitch
98. Aliaksandr Kuchynski

GARMIN-SHARP
101. Tyler Farrar
102. Koldo Fernandez
103. Robert Hunter
104. Raymond Kreder
105. Ramunas Navardauskas
106. Nick Nuyens
107. Alex Rasmussen
108. Johan Vansummeren

TEAM ARGOS-SHIMANO
111. Marcel Kittel
112. Roy Curvers
113. Koen De Kort
114. John Degenkolb
115. Tom Dumoulin
116. Francois Parisien
117. Albert Timmer
118. Tom Veelers

LAMPRE - MERIDA
121. Filippo Pozzato
122. Winner Anacona Gomez
123. Matteo Bono
124. Daniele Pietropolli
126. Ariel Maximiliano Richeze
127. Davide Vigano
128. Luca Wackermann
130. Luca Dodi

ORICA-GREENEDGE
131. Svein Tuft
132. Luke Durbridge
133. Matthew Harley Goss
134. Daryl Impey
135. Aidis Kruopis
136. Sebastian Langeveld
137. Jens Mouris
139. Jens Keukeleire

CANNONDALE PRO CYCLING
141. Moreno Moser
142. Guillaume Boivin
144. Tiziano Dall'Antonia
145. Alan Marangoni
146. Maciej Paterski
147. Brian Vandborg
148. Elia Viviani
149. Maciej Bodnar

MOVISTAR TEAM
151. Jose Joaquin Rojas Gil
152. Juan Jose Cobo Acebo
153. Alex Dowsett
154. Pablo Lastras Garcia
155. Angel Madrazo Ruiz
156. Enrique Sanz
157. Eloy Teruel Rovira
158. Francisco José Ventoso Alberdi

AG2R LA MONDIALE
161. Yauheni Hutarovich
162. Davide Appollonio
163. Gediminas Bagdonas
164. Manuel Belletti
165. Axel Domont
166. Hugo Houle
167. Julian Kern
168. Sébastien Minard

EUSKALTEL - EUSKADI
171. Ruben Perez Moreno
172. Garikoitz Bravo Oiarbide
173. Jure Kocjan
174. Juan Jose Lobato Del Valle
175. Miguel Minguez Ayala
176. Jon Aberasturi Izaga
177. Romain Sicard
178. Ioannis Tamouridis

FDJ
181. Arnaud Demare
182. Matthieu Ladagnous
183. David Boucher
184. Mickael Delage
185. Murilo Antonio Fischer
186. Yoann Offredo
187. Dominique Rollin
188. Arnold Jeannesson

TOPSPORT VLAANDEREN-BALOISE
191. Laurens De Vreese
192. Tim Declercq
193. Pieter Jacobs
194. Gijs Van Hoecke
195. Michael Van Staeyen
196. Sven Vandousselaere
197. Pieter Vanspeybrouck
198. Jelle Wallays

ACCENT JOBS - WANTY
201. Danilo Napolitano
203. Jean-Pierre Drucker
204. Stefan Van Dijk
205. Jurgen Van Goolen
206. Gregory Habeaux
207. James Vanlandschoot
208. Benjamin Verraes
210. Staf Scheirlinckx
Biosphere

A cheeky move from Renshaw today to take the stage. You don't see many of those. Visitors knock on the door with 2km to go and the dog went mental so I didn't quite catch everything that happened. I presume the other Belkin guys at  the front eased of the gas a bit to let him slip away?

In other developments, Wiggo looses loads of time to make sure he's allowed to go in the break on the ITT stage Wink
gerry12ie

Wiggins had to keep going back to the team car for Creatine to put on more weight...
HuwB

Biosphere wrote:
A cheeky move from Renshaw today to take the stage. You don't see many of those. Visitors knock on the door with 2km to go and the dog went mental so I didn't quite catch everything that happened. I presume the other Belkin guys at  the front eased of the gas a bit to let him slip away?

In other developments, Wiggo looses loads of time to make sure he's allowed to go in the break on the ITT stage Wink


Especially when the Sky box epg stops recording with 800 metres to go.Embarassed
Bartali

So .... the key to Wiggins' success on the road was weight loss .... but now the plan is to bulk up? So remind me again how the skinny guys (Bertie, Froome and Wiggins himself) are just so good in the race of truth?  If they get heavy like Martin and Cancellara they'll be winning by huge margins!!
Boogerd_Fan

I get the science... but 8kg sounds like an awful lot.
Biosphere

HuwB wrote:
Especially when the Sky box epg stops recording with 800 metres to go.Embarassed


I had the same yesterday with Norway and rather fluid schedules. Luckily I was watching and wasn't called away in the last 1.5km. I would have been annoyed Smile

Bartali wrote:
So .... the key to Wiggins' success on the road was weight loss .... but now the plan is to bulk up? So remind me again how the skinny guys (Bertie, Froome and Wiggins himself) are just so good in the race of truth?  If they get heavy like Martin and Cancellara they'll be winning by huge margins!!


Indeed. He managed Olympic Gold last year as a skinny runt.

http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/w...world-championship-time-trial-bid

Mind you, even bulked up he's considerably more svelte than me Embarassed The weight makes him look a lot older too IMO. I wouldn't have said he was 34 if I didn't know him.
Bartali

I have to say losing 8kg has made a huge difference to my climbing - but I wasn't in the pro spectrum to begin with. Personally I think Wiggins has lost his discipline - it will be interesting to se how he goes in the WCs.
Biosphere

Bartali wrote:
I have to say losing 8kg has made a huge difference to my climbing . . . .


I think it would with anyone Smile You have anyway of knowing if you've lost any power?
berck

Hmm, as a trainer once told me, it's difficult to put more than a couple of kg's of muscle onto a frame within a few months without external help...
Bartali

Biosphere wrote:
Bartali wrote:
I have to say losing 8kg has made a huge difference to my climbing . . . .


I think it would with anyone Smile You have anyway of knowing if you've lost any power?


According to my turbo my power has gone up too - but I have trained a lot more than ever before this year.  Anyway, the net result is that I go up much quicker Smile
SlowRower

Bartali wrote:
I have to say losing 8kg has made a huge difference to my climbing...

...I have trained a lot more than ever before this year.  

Anyway, the net result is that I go up much quicker Smile


Bloody hell, Bart. Why don't you just claim to be getting coached by the lifeguards at the local pool as well and have done with it? Smile

ps - Glad you're climbing well, all the same.
Biosphere

Bartali wrote:
Anyway, the net result is that I go up much quicker Smile


It's Bravissimos all round tonight Smile
Bartali

SlowRower wrote:
Bartali wrote:
I have to say losing 8kg has made a huge difference to my climbing...

...I have trained a lot more than ever before this year.  

Anyway, the net result is that I go up much quicker Smile


Bloody hell, Bart. Why don't you just claim to be getting coached by the lifeguards at the local pool as well and have done with it? Smile

ps - Glad you're climbing well, all the same.


... but I haven't got one of those fancy powermeter things and I do keep my elbows stuck in all proper like! Smile
Biosphere

Speaking of power meters. Renshaw's been tweeting:

Quote:
Last 2m 10s, 533 W, Heart Rate 186 BPM, 55.4 km/h
Last 1m 10s, 628 W, Heart Rate 191 BPM (Max 195 BPM), 54.4 km/h
That's why I couldn't smile at the end


https://twitter.com/Mark_Renshaw/status/366993554427486209
SlowRower

Bartali wrote:
So .... the key to Wiggins' success on the road was weight loss .... but now the plan is to bulk up? So remind me again how the skinny guys (Bertie, Froome and Wiggins himself) are just so good in the race of truth?  If they get heavy like Martin and Cancellara they'll be winning by huge margins!!


Didn't Wiggo's wins over Martin in ITTs last year come when Martin was injured?

Also, Cancellara has not really performed in the ITT for some time now. He's been at it for a long time and might just be past it.
gerry12ie

Cancellara is a year younger than Wiggins but I take your point.  His focus is surely PR/Flanders now and he doesn't seem interested in taking on Martin and the pure testers anymore.
HuwB

Flip me. Should have checked the profile and then I would have stuck with Demare..
Won it by a country mile from poor old slow Phil Gil.
HuwB

Phinney down hard after a touch of wheels. Took out a number of riders.
Lapse of concentration with no apparent cause.
Nolte

HuwB wrote:
Flip me. Should have checked the profile and then I would have stuck with Demare..
Won it by a country mile from poor old slow Phil Gil.


wait, profiles are available? Very Happy
mr shifter

HuwB wrote:

Won it by a country mile from poor old slow Phil Gil.
Twitted about an hour ago.
PHILIPPE GILBERT        ✔ @PhilippeGilbert

This time I will be on time at the start! 16:21!
HuwB

Wiggins a second faster per km than Durbridge, Bennati and Boaro.
That with a dead cautious first half effort.

Edit:
Jesse Sergent, not at all cautious, takes the lead.
gerry12ie

Jesse Sergent - inspired FP! Very Happy
HuwB

gerry12ie wrote:
Jesse Sergent - inspired FP! Very Happy


More inspired than Boom. Embarassed
Chava winning also a little unexpected. (not by JohnD, obviously)
Bartali

Wiggins' pie and chips diet not working?
gerry12ie

I didn't mind too much as I have Chava for GC...
JohnD

HuwB wrote:
gerry12ie wrote:
Jesse Sergent - inspired FP! Very Happy


More inspired than Boom. Embarassed
Chava winning also a little unexpected. (not by JohnD, obviously)


Yes, quite  Wink  I thought Wiggins would have it nailed on!
HuwB

Bad crash with a number of riders hurt and a few having to abandon the race.
For BMC: Phil Gilbert, (now, well behind) Dan Oss and Phinney involved, with Taylor worst effected and out of the race.
Sky's Rasch taken off in an ambulance, too.
Petacchi also pretty roughed up.
Bartali

Sad
gerry12ie

Great day's racing that. Very Happy

Stybar's classics transformation continues at good pace, and Dumoulin put in a great ride.  Strong stuff too from Paterski who should be part of a really strong Polish lineup at the Worlds.  Tough, tough stage and tomorrow won't be much easier...
HuwB

Brilliant stage. Whole coverage was exciting and fascinating.
Heroic Dumoulin versus Super Strong Stybar.
Set up really nicely for tomorrow's mini-Flanders romp.
gerry12ie

Gorilla and Stannard still out in front on the last lap.  Griepel is a great grafter on these classic stages, I'm very impressed with him this year
gerry12ie

Stybie graduates in style!  Dumoulin just not strong enough to defend but very well played by OPQS all week
Biosphere

Shall have to wait several hours to see it. Still there is the minor matter of Clare vs Limerick to keep me tided over til then Wink
gerry12ie

Biosphere wrote:
Shall have to wait several hours to see it. Still there is the minor matter of Clare vs Limerick to keep me tided over til then Wink


In my head it will be a Dublin-Limerick final, but unfortunately only in my head.  No love lost out there today as you would expect...
Boogerd_Fan

gerry12ie wrote:
Stybie graduates in style!  Dumoulin just not strong enough to defend but very well played by OPQS all week


mixed feelings here... super-happy for Styby.. but not at the expense of some major points in the smarauder league where i had Dumoulin as a dark horse outsider for the GC.
mr shifter

Boogerd_Fan wrote:
mixed feelings here... super-happy for Styby.. but not at the expense of some major points in the smarauder league where i had Dumoulin as a dark horse outsider for the GC.

You are Lucky as my FP decided to sit on his bum with three riders on his lap.

I think they call it a Jinx.   Rolling Eyes
mr shifter

HuwB wrote:
Brilliant stage. Whole coverage was exciting and fascinating.
Heroic Dumoulin versus Super Strong Stybar.
Set up really nicely for tomorrow's mini-Flanders romp.

You knew it was going to be a, "Play it again, Sam. !
So did I.
Fontfroide

Feeling a bit out of it, still have not watched on second of this race.   Glad it is over.
Boogerd_Fan

Blimey FF... post-tour blues or what?

Vuelta starts soon... careful for predictors fatigue! Smile
Fontfroide

No, just busy with other things, which did include a couple of trips to see old pals and events, which I do regularly to take care of post Tour blues.  I am just getting worn down by competitions that have me pick winners in races I don't care about much.  

In Cobblestone, for example, I am doing really well, except in one category, minor stage races,which I hardly ever do anything skilful and intelligent.  So I had caught Almaty (Maffy) for the first time in years, about halfway through the Tour.  Then came this recent period of seven or eight races of no interest to me at all.  He was clever, I was lazy and uninterested, and suddenly he is hundreds of points ahead.  

So a touch of bitterness about these races I really just don't give a fig about.  Proper Tours, Classics, Monuments, OK.  But honestly, I have yet to care about Poland or Eneco or Burgos or Post Danmark Rundt or USA Pro Challenge or Thor's local race.  No matter who is riding.

Maybe just post-Tour blues.
HuwB

I think we all suffer from "game fatigue" at some stage of the season or other and I certainly suffer from post Tour production blues, if not from the actual race.
Believe it or not, post Tour is the point that I start to feel the end of the season drawing close. Closer still at the end of the little Volta. (which finished yesterday)
So, I too had little enthusiasm for Poland or ENECO, game wise, yet both races managed to produce some of the best racing of the year.

Amazingly, I'd rate the ENECO's final weekend as probably the best of all.
Fontfroide

I believe you, your taste is usually a little critical, so if you say it was good it must have been.  Sorry I missed it now, but I did hear a very good jazz trio on Sunday instead.  I never record anything.  But maybe I can see a bit on YOuTube.
gerry12ie

HuwB wrote:
I think we all suffer from "game fatigue" at some stage of the season or other and I certainly suffer from post Tour production blues, if not from the actual race.
Believe it or not, post Tour is the point that I start to feel the end of the season drawing close. Closer still at the end of the little Volta. (which finished yesterday)
So, I too had little enthusiasm for Poland or ENECO, game wise, yet both races managed to produce some of the best racing of the year.

Amazingly, I'd rate the ENECO's final weekend as probably the best of all.


Yes, I would agree.  What could be better than LBL and RVV back to back? Very Happy

Also, THAT circuit in Poland would make a great World's course, would it not?
Boogerd_Fan

I do agree both week-long Tours produced decent courses + quality racing.

Maybe there is something in that 10 week-long events on  World Tour that  Bakula was promoting after all.

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