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    I say everyone to sign up to this: http://ifarm.nl/tdf/

    Think Craig, Haakon were certainly in this last time around.

    You pick 15 cyclists and you pick up points from them finishing in the top 10 during a stage. The way the scoring works is that it depends on which cyclist in your list picks up the points. Say Cyclist number 1 finishes in the 10, then you'd get 15 points from him. This continues down to Cyclist number 15, who if he finishes in the 10 would only pick up 1 point.
    So essentially, put sprinters high up, GC/Mountains in the middle and wildcard stage winners near the bottom.
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    As an example - here's the optimal team from last year's comp.

    Code:
                                tot  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
     1. R. McEwen               144 18  . 18 15 18  . 15 15  .  . 15 15  .  .  .  .  .  . 15
     2. T. Boonen               132 17 14 14 17 14  . 14 14  .  . 14 14  .  *
     3. O. Freire                97 13 13 16 13 13  .  . 13  .  . 16  .  .  .  .  .  *
     4. E. Zabel                110 12 12  . 12 12  . 12 12 12  . 12  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 14
     5. D. Bennati               81 13 11 11  . 11  . 13  . 11  . 11  .  .  .  *
     6. T. Hushovd               60 10  .  . 10 10  .  . 10  .  . 10  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 10
     7. B. Eisel                 69  9  .  9  9  9  . 11  .  .  .  . 11  .  .  .  .  .  . 11
     8. L. Paolini               54  8  8  .  . 10  . 10 10  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  8
     9. A. Kloden                44  .  .  .  .  .  7  .  .  .  9  .  .  .  7  7  7  .  7  .
    10. C. Evans                 34  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  6  .  .  8  .  6  8  .  6  .
    11. F. Landis                25  .  .  .  .  .  5  .  .  .  5  .  .  .  5  .  5  .  5  .
    12. D. Kopp                  16  .  .  4  4  .  .  4  4  .  .  .  .  .  .  *
    13. F. Ventoso               12  .  .  3  3  .  .  .  3  .  .  3  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .
    14. I. Isasi                  8  .  .  .  2  2  .  .  .  2  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  2  .  .
    15. C. Moreau                 4  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  1  .  .  1  .  1  1  .  .  .
                        Points: 89 100 58 75 85 99 12 79 81 25 21 81 40  9 12 14 21  2 18 58
                   Percentiles: 100 97 99 99100 99 45100 99 98 34100 96 22 27 29 54 96 45 85

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    How does Thor Hushovd not win the Norwegian Road Race Championships?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    How does Thir Hushovd not win the Norwegian Road Race Championships?
    Well spotted!

    Basically by going away in a 4-man breakaway with two Maxbo Bianchi amateurs who didn't want to pull an inch because their teammate and slightly good bloke Edvald Hagen was in the main peloton. And because he's in poor form.

    Last year he lost because he didn't get into the breakaway, so he wanted to try something new. Of course no one helps him because they know how strong he is and because he can't get his pro team-mates there... (Mind, McEwen's not won the Aussie Championships more than twice either...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matteh View Post
    I say everyone to sign up to this: http://ifarm.nl/tdf/

    Think Craig, Haakon were certainly in this last time around.

    You pick 15 cyclists and you pick up points from them finishing in the top 10 during a stage. The way the scoring works is that it depends on which cyclist in your list picks up the points. Say Cyclist number 1 finishes in the 10, then you'd get 15 points from him. This continues down to Cyclist number 15, who if he finishes in the 10 would only pick up 1 point.
    So essentially, put sprinters high up, GC/Mountains in the middle and wildcard stage winners near the bottom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    Well spotted!

    Basically by going away in a 4-man breakaway with two Maxbo Bianchi amateurs who didn't want to pull an inch because their teammate and slightly good bloke Edvald Hagen was in the main peloton. And because he's in poor form.

    Last year he lost because he didn't get into the breakaway, so he wanted to try something new. Of course no one helps him because they know how strong he is and because he can't get his pro team-mates there... (Mind, McEwen's not won the Aussie Championships more than twice either...)
    Mind you it wasn't any better for Tom Boonen either. Got done like a dogs dinner by Stijn Devolder in Ronse

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    Mind you it wasn't any better for Tom Boonen either. Got done like a dogs dinner by Stijn Devolder in Ronse
    Haha. The mad attacker finally wins something.

    Playing PCM2 right now, with Bretagne - Armor Lux, a continental amateur team - there's a new gigantic database out for 2007 which quite frankly owns the official one. Just won Etoile de Bessèges with Charles Guilbert, as well as taking the mountain jersey. Rather pleased. (Even though I was playing on normal most of the time. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    Well spotted!

    Basically by going away in a 4-man breakaway with two Maxbo Bianchi amateurs who didn't want to pull an inch because their teammate and slightly good bloke Edvald Hagen was in the main peloton. And because he's in poor form.

    Last year he lost because he didn't get into the breakaway, so he wanted to try something new. Of course no one helps him because they know how strong he is and because he can't get his pro team-mates there... (Mind, McEwen's not won the Aussie Championships more than twice either...)
    Would imagine Alexander Kristoff (the guy who beat Hushovd) will turn pro next year or in 2009. Team CSC or to a German team is where I would tip him to end up. Or maybe Credit Agricole, God knows outside of Nicolas Roache and Saul Raisin, they could do with some talented young riders.

    BTW is Der Spiegel a trashy tabloid in the mould of The Sun?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    Would imagine Alexander Kristoff (the guy who beat Hushovd) will turn pro next year or in 2009. Team CSC or to a German team is where I would tip him to end up. Or maybe Credit Agricole, God knows outside of Nicolas Roache and Saul Raisin, they could do with some talented young riders.

    BTW is Der Spiegel a trashy tabloid in the mould of The Sun?
    1) Please don't go to CA. They've ruined about a century of French talents. Wouldn't mind Kristoff joining Hagen at T-Mobile though.

    2) No, Der Spiegel is a most reputable publication. Think Newsweek or TIME. Bild is their Sun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    1) Please don't go to CA. They've ruined about a century of French talents. Wouldn't mind Kristoff joining Hagen at T-Mobile though.

    2) No, Der Spiegel is a most reputable publication. Think Newsweek or TIME. Bild is their Sun.
    Considering Vino's reaction to Jaksche's interview about doping and claiming Jaksche was paid a lot of money gave me that idea.

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    No Petacchi - http://www.cyclingnews.com/news.php?...ul07/jul05news

    And I believe he earns between 1.6-2m euros a year, so he may end up filing for bankruptcy.

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    Three things, watch out for Romain Feillu of Agritubel during the raceand why is Pereiro starting last? Cancellara would of the perfect choice IMO. And Thomas starting one minute ahead of Millar is interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    Three things, watch out for Romain Feillu of Agritubel during the raceand why is Pereiro starting last? Cancellara would of the perfect choice IMO. And Thomas starting one minute ahead of Millar is interesting.
    Indeed he would be.

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