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Re: World Cycling Stats 2018
« Reply #30 on: January 21, 2018, 03:17:02 pm »

Greipel wins stage 6 and Impey (in the picture) wins the Tour Down Under.

CFF League stage 6 winner = Tarod   8)

GC winner = Averatalm   8)
Averatalm wins also the sprint jersey.
Plopsaladaantje wins the mountain jersey.
Thorin wins the youth jersey.

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Re: World Cycling Stats 2018
« Reply #31 on: January 21, 2018, 03:18:35 pm »
LAST MINUTE CHANGES !  Check your picks, for example Velazquez (ARG) is out.
  4 hours left to join or make changes.
X = bronx, AJFactoryCycling, Combuijs, Txonys, BrotasTeam, Euroscalt, Tarod and WinterIsComing.

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Re: World Cycling Stats 2018
« Reply #32 on: January 22, 2018, 12:06:45 am »
Pacioni (ITA) wins stage 7 and the GC winner of La Tropicale is Areruya (Rwanda).

CFF League stage 7 winner and GC winner = Averatalm   8)  8)
Averatalm won also the sprint jersey.
Shalgo won the mountain jersey.
Tarod won the youth jersey.

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Re: World Cycling Stats 2018
« Reply #33 on: January 22, 2018, 08:49:04 am »
Nibali didn't start

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Re: World Cycling Stats 2018
« Reply #34 on: January 22, 2018, 02:19:28 pm »
Nibali didn't start
Yes, that must have been a real last minute change, because I checked my team 5 hours before the deadline and then he was still in.
I did not pick him, but in case he decided to ride the mountain stage very good (and he is also good in the TT), I picked him as GC winner.

Gaviria wins stage 1.

CFF League stage 1 winner = AJFactoryCycling   8)


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Re: World Cycling Stats 2018
« Reply #35 on: January 22, 2018, 03:30:59 pm »
Hey, I am not in last place!

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Re: World Cycling Stats 2018
« Reply #36 on: January 22, 2018, 03:36:44 pm »
You selected a lot of sprinters, so I suspect you will do well in this tour, Combuijs.
I should have selected more sprinters too, but I like the climbers more, always the same mistake that I make^^
But for now : 3rd Vos and 4th Combuijs  ;)  :))

edit ; and we both prodicted that nobody will win this tour^^
« Last Edit: January 22, 2018, 03:39:08 pm by Vos »

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Re: World Cycling Stats 2018
« Reply #37 on: January 22, 2018, 03:51:32 pm »
In case the WCS 2017 topic will be deleted ; I will save the most important data in this topic.
I assume WCS has a lot of data saved too, but just to be sure I will save the winners of 2017.

But the main reason is of course that the season trophies are saved, so I just have to copy paste to make a new one for 2018.
Otherwise too much effort to make a new one all over again.

ALL WINNERS OF THIS SEASON  8)
( the numbers before / and after the winner are : number of players in the league / general classification of the league winner )


In China I was the GC winner of the final tour of the season.

SEASON TR0PHIES 2017 : FINAL RANKINGS
( the only rule= when there is an equal amount of victories, the person who won last will be ranked higher )

TOP 13 Divine Champions Trophy

1 Vos   10   
2 oldmen   9
3MarnixStar   5
4 AJFactoryCycling   4
5 Thorin   4
6Txonys   3
7 Tarod   3
8 Kalarratas   2
9 pizzaboys   2
10 5o&Tapa   2
11 WinterIsComing   1
12Aurora Australis   1
13 PieterJanVB   1


TOP 11 Chief of Classics Trophy

1 oldmen   3
2 Kalarratas   3 
3 Vos   3
4 Thorin   2
5MarnixStar   2
6 Tarod   1
7 Lamanzana   1
8 WinterIsComing   1
9 cavetroid   1
10 pizzaboys   1
11 hwj   1

TOP 22 Emperor of Stage Wins Trophy 
( including prologue )

1 oldmen   40 
2 Vos   33
3MarnixStar   32
4 Kalarratas   27
5 Tarod   25
6 AJFactoryCycling   24
7Txonys   21
8 WinterIsComing   19
9 Thorin   19
10 pizzaboys   18
11 5o&Tapa   13
12 Euroscalt   12
13 BrotasTeam   9
14 Lamanzana   6
15 hwj   6
16Aurora Australis   5
17 FrierAccounting   5
18 cavetroid   4
19 PieterJanVB   4
20 PuertollanoTeam   2
21 Combuijs   2
22 Ricoo   1

TOP 13 Royal Sprint Trophy

1 oldmen   9 
2 Tarod   6
3 Thorin   6
4 Vos   5
5MarnixStar   4
6 Kalarratas   4
7 AJFactoryCycling   3
8 5o&Tapa   3
9 WinterIsComing   2
10Txonys   2
11 pizzaboys   1
12 Combuijs   1
13 Euroscalt   1

TOP 15 King of the Mountains Trophy

1 oldmen   8
2 Vos   5
3 AJFactoryCycling   5
4 Kalarratas   4
5 cavetroid   3
6Txonys   3
7 Tarod   2
8 pizzaboys   2
9 Thorin   2
10 WinterIsComing   2
11 5o&Tapa   2
12 Combuijs   2
13 Lamanzana   1
14 PieterJanVB   1
15 Euroscalt   1

TOP 18 Prince of Youth Trophy

1 oldmen   10   
2 Vos   6
3 Thorin   6
4 pizzaboys   4
5 Lamanzana   3
6 Kalarratas   2
7 Tarod   2
8 WinterIsComing   2
9 AJFactoryCycling   2
10 PieterJanVB   2
11 BrotasTeam   1
12 5o&Tapa   1
13 Euroscalt   1
14Aurora Australis   1
15 Combuijs   1
16Txonys   1
17MarnixStar   1
18 hwj   1

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Also worth mentioning are the CFF League winners of the WCS (points) ranking :

Season = 1. oldmen   53.217   
World-Tour = 1. AJFactoryCycling   22.247
Continental = 1. Vos   18.779
One-day = 1. Kalarratas   4.288
Women = 1. Vos   3.833
Specials = 1. oldmen   4.326


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Re: World Cycling Stats 2018
« Reply #38 on: January 23, 2018, 01:40:37 pm »
Villalobos (Costa Rica) wins stage 2.

CFF League stage 2 winner = bronx   8)
AJFactoryCycling is still the GC leader.

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Re: World Cycling Stats 2018
« Reply #39 on: January 24, 2018, 02:29:13 pm »
Mullen (IRL) wins stage 3.

CFF League stage 3 winner and new GC leader = oldmen   8)


The first 1-day race of the season is open to join :
  4 days and 6 hours left to join or make changes.

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Re: World Cycling Stats 2018
« Reply #40 on: January 25, 2018, 10:46:51 am »
Maximiliano Richeze (ARG) wins stage 4.

CFF League stage 4 winner = WinterIsComing   8)
oldmen is still the GC leader with 3 more stages to go.

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Re: World Cycling Stats 2018
« Reply #41 on: January 27, 2018, 12:34:16 am »
Najar (ARG) wins stage 5 and is the GC leader.

CFF League stage 5 winner = WinterIsComing   8)
oldmen is still the GC leader.

And don't forget ;
1 day and 30 minutes left to join or make changes.
X = AJFactoryCycling.
So far 11 participants in this first 1-day race of the season ; so it will be also the first point in the Chief of Classics Trophy.
After the Vuelta a San Juan I will make the first update of the 2018 season trophies.
By the way, good to see that also pizzaboys has joined the CFF League in this 1-day race. Welcome back pizzaboys.  :)
« Last Edit: January 27, 2018, 12:35:59 am by Vos »

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Re: World Cycling Stats 2018
« Reply #42 on: January 27, 2018, 08:06:32 am »
Daniel Juarez (leader mountain classificsation) was a lucky pick. 8)

If he doesn't fall off the bike in the final 2 stages, he will most likely win the overall mountain classification for me.  ;D
« Last Edit: January 27, 2018, 08:08:22 am by WinterIsComing »

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Re: World Cycling Stats 2018
« Reply #43 on: January 27, 2018, 08:23:45 am »
You can win the GC as well, at the moment 2nd GC and you picked more sprinters than oldmen, the GC leader.
And I guess there are more participants who still can win this tour in Argentina ; 2 more flat stages to go.


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Re: World Cycling Stats 2018
« Reply #44 on: January 27, 2018, 08:48:32 am »
You can win the GC as well, at the moment 2nd GC and you picked more sprinters than oldmen, the GC leader.
And I guess there are more participants who still can win this tour in Argentina ; 2 more flat stages to go.

The GC in CFF maybe, but not overall. I was referring to my position in mountain classification in the overall standings, not only CFF.  8)

First flat stages weren't so great for me. We will see where it will bring us all.

Good job, keeping this game and thread alive, Vos.  :)