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Re: Australia: U21 Season 35
« Reply #15 on: November 25, 2017, 10:03:50 am »
The u20 lists on the previous page.

Australia u21 ( 73 cyclists, including 35 x 19 yo's )


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Re: Australia: U21 Season 35
« Reply #16 on: November 26, 2017, 08:02:19 am »
STAGE 4 : MISKOLC

7ºC

Miskolc, northeast Hungary
Today a short sprint stage of just 80km.
I don't know what to expect, also I can say only afterwards what the right tactics should have been.
So we will see what the result will be, I just know one thing : the young Aussies are ready an motivated as always.

Just one 19yo sprinter is selected but almost certain the Australian 19yo's of WinterIsComing will get xp spots in other upcoming races.

Australia u21 selection ( in blue the xp ) :

Frank Lust (20) Pharaway   12   8)
Ben Glass (20) Pharaway   1
Mike Oar (20) Oldmen   11
Sam Cann (20) Shopitos_Cycling   11
Edward Finley (20) Decima   4
Duke Goodman (20) Oldmen   8
Kenneth Hunter (19) WinterIsComing   0
Graham Williams (20) Drollevangers   11
David Edgar (19) Drollevangers   4

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Re: Australia: U21 Season 35
« Reply #17 on: November 26, 2017, 08:17:16 pm »
Very good teamwork (and tactics) of the helpers and an excellent result of team captain Frank Lust : 2nd    8)
Also  2 helpers in the points with a 14th and 18th place and Australia u21 scored the most points in this race.  :)
In the ranking by countries up one place and now 4th.

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Re: Australia: U21 Season 35
« Reply #18 on: November 26, 2017, 08:25:25 pm »
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Re: Australia: U21 Season 35
« Reply #19 on: November 26, 2017, 09:43:08 pm »
thanks  :)

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Re: Australia: U21 Season 35
« Reply #20 on: November 28, 2017, 01:26:21 am »
Now Henry Aldrin is truly happy cause Owens is on my team too =D

Nate Owens   Edad : 19   Sueldo : 803
Resistencia : 67   Sprint : 16   Montaña : 69
LLano : 16   Pavés : 14   Tecnica : 57
Descenso : 35   Colinas : 46   Agresividad : 9
Crono : 1   TraEqui : 72   Experiencia : 0


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Re: Australia: U21 Season 35
« Reply #21 on: November 28, 2017, 05:46:12 am »
And just for 9,-  lol
Suggestion : Change your text in your forumprofile into : The Angel of the Australian Mountains  :))

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Re: Australia: U21 Season 35
« Reply #22 on: December 02, 2017, 08:50:28 am »
77 cyclists ( including 36x 19 yo's )


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Re: Australia: U21 Season 35
« Reply #23 on: December 02, 2017, 10:24:00 am »
STAGE 5 :DROLLEVANGERS

 
1ºC

Lloret del Mar,
Today a very cold time trial. Australia u21 has a very good TT generation thanks to team Drollevangers and I have high expectations of Graham Williams. Although I know there are a few better foreign time trialists. Also I'm very curious how the 19yo David Edgar will perform. I have high hopes he will be the best 19 yo TT specialist at this moment.
Also thanks to Telamon (Argonautjes), he recruted the 3 best cyclists on the u21 TT list ; Williams, Carey and Edgar.

All 6 time trialists of Drollevangers are selected, including the number 6 on the TT list. He is more of a climb-TT-specialist and he will ride this flat time trial to get some xp (he will ride the last race of this season too) and as a reward to his manager who is clearly very important to Australia.

Other xp cyclists are :
- Colin Hardy ; a week ago in the flat sprint race I could not use the best 20yo hills sprinter, too many others were better. And he is one of the most experienced u21 Australian, so this xp selection is a reward to his manager that he lets him ride a lot. Too bad for Hardy that there is no hill-sprint race this season, but  he will be selected in race 7 also, the cobble-hill-sprint race.
- Gerard Ford ; his debut because a week ago there was just one place to select a 19yo sprinter, so another 19yo sprinter of WinterIsComing will get an xp spot now. Needless to say that WiC is very important to Australia, and he trains his 19yo sprint talents very well and let them ride a lot.
- Christian Madsen ; the best Australian 19yo of the latest draft and he is a very promising, very good asset to Australia. He is for sale.

Australia u21 selection ( in blue the xp ) :

Graham Williams (20) Drollevangers   13   8)
Kobe Carey (20) Drollevangers   7
David Edgar (19) Drollevangers   5
Virgil Montgomery (20) Drollevangers   6
Dave Jons (20) Drollevangers   5
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Danny Chapman (20) Drollevangers   7
Colin Hardy (20) PaczynTeam   12
Gerard Ford (19) WinterIsComing   1
Christian Madsen (19) TeamEuroscalt  0
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Re: Australia: U21 Season 35
« Reply #24 on: December 03, 2017, 10:15:09 pm »
As expected the TT competition is extreme fierce this season because of team Absynnt.
Also as expected Spain and Belgium had the favorites in this time trial and Belgium scored an amazing amount of 1.225 points in just this race.
Australia scored 220 points ( 4th in day ranking ), so that is good. Spain, the Netherlands and of course Belgium scored better.

Williams did great as expected and he finished as 7th.
Carey finished just outside the points (22nd) and probably in any other season he would have scored a lot of points.
But the highlight of this race was the excellent result of the just 19yo Edgar ; he was the best 19yo and finished as 15th8)

In the ranking by countries down one place and now 5th. Because of Belgium, they went up many places ( 10 places up or so, lol ).
Next week a cobblehills race (with a lot of flat) in France.
Australia u21 has a good season so far and halfway the season this is the ranking by countries :


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Re: Australia: U21 Season 35
« Reply #25 on: December 04, 2017, 06:20:08 pm »
Christian Madsen   Età : 19   Paga : 844
Resistenza : 64   Sprint : 24   Montagna : 55
Pianura : 0   Pavé : 26   Tecnica : 10
Discesa : 60   Collina : 69   Aggressività : 73
Crono : 12   La_Squ : 52   Esperienza : 0

Today a good news: HE HAS TALENT 4 or 5

...but nobody wants to buy him ???

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Re: Australia: U21 Season 35
« Reply #26 on: December 04, 2017, 07:09:43 pm »
Very good news, agtxla  :)
He could be sold to two kinds of managers, someone who is training hills or someone who is training climbing. Eitherway, he will be awesome. Advertise with the talent rating, amico, more chance he will be sold then. And it could be that teams who are training talents are not so rich anymore, and he is not cheap of course.
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Re: Australia: U21 Season 35
« Reply #27 on: December 04, 2017, 09:55:32 pm »
Even fully trained climb-hillers don't tend to get high prices.  $7million for an untrained climb-hiller?  I think that's expecting way too much.

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Re: Australia: U21 Season 35
« Reply #28 on: December 04, 2017, 10:29:19 pm »
Well, it is probably a selling tactic to start high, AA. I suppose if he is not sold, his asking price will be lower.

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Re: Australia: U21 Season 35
« Reply #29 on: December 05, 2017, 02:46:19 am »
Well, it is probably a selling tactic to start high, AA. I suppose if he is not sold, his asking price will be lower.

Which doesn't work, because once somebody has looked and said no, they're unlikely to look again.