Boonan out for rest of the season!

Discussion in 'Road Cycling' started by Mike Bruno, Sep 26, 2005.



  1. B. Lafferty

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  2. Tom Kunich

    Tom Kunich Guest

    Doesn't this lock in DeLuca as #1?
     
  3. "Tom Kunich" <cyclintom@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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    > Doesn't this lock in DeLuca as #1?


    Zuri and Paris-Tours have 40 30 25 20 15 11 7 5 3 1
    Lombardia has 50 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 1

    So winning all three would be worth a hypothetical 130 points, and
    hypothetically, anyone in the top 20 could take over.

    Facts:
    Boonen's out for the season. Ullrich says Zurich will be his last race.
    Armstrong will likely not make his comeback this year. Levi's website
    doesn't show any more starts on his schedule.

    Speculation:
    Peta and Vino are tired. Rebellin's been here before and knows what it
    takes and is within view but may not be motivated. Valverde is fresh and
    has momentum but he'd have to pull off one hell of a triple with Di Luca
    getting almost nothing.

    Conclusion:
    It's a "virtual" lock for Danilo

    1 DI LUCA Danilo 209

    2 BOONEN Tom 171

    3 ULLRICH Jan 140

    4 ARMSTRONG Lance 139

    5 VINOKOUROV Alexandre 136

    6 LEIPHEIMER Levi 131

    7 JULICH Bobby 130

    8 HINCAPIE George 129

    9 PETACCHI Alessandro 128

    10 REBELLIN Davide 126

    11 MENCHOV Denis 109

    12 MANCEBO Francisco 107

    13 BOOGERD Michael 100

    14 EVANS Cadel 99

    15 HERAS Roberto 96

    16 BOTERO Santiago 95

    17 FREIRE Oscar 94

    18 SAVOLDELLI Paolo 92

    19 VALVERDE Alejandro 87

    20 BASSO Ivan 86
     
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