UCI points this season



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Bart

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1. winning some desert training rides earns better than Het Volk.
2. Kelme lost some star riders again but is unusually scoring well with fast finishers.
3. the standings are very influenced by 2.3 races whose impact will deflate as the season passes.
Especially Milaneza and Lampre.

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4. Bettini qsd 326
5. O'Grady ca 220
6. Galvez kel 204
7. Llorente kel 185
8. Valverde kel 184
9. Baldato ale 175
10. Davis onc 156
11. Danielson sat 153
12. Pozzato fas 152
13. Loddo lam 150
14. Kirsipuu ag2 147
15. Dario Munoz col 145
16. Chavanel S bou 140 Museeuw qsd 140
17. Sacchi sae 138

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18. QuickStep 892
19. Kelme 652
20. Rabo 634
21. Lampre 615
22. La Boulangere 508
23. Gerolsteiner 460
24. Milaneza 459
25. ONCE 458
26. AG2r 444
27. Fassa Bortolo 443
28. Cofidis 424 (Bankgiroloterij 384)
29. Saeco 383
30. CA 382 (Panaria 377)
31. Alessio 363
32. CSC 335

33. CCCPolsat 0
 
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UCI 2.3 races this year : http://www.cyclingnews.com/road/?id=cal03

January 21 - 26 Jacob's Creek Tour Down Under (Aus) 2.3 31 - 4/2 Tour of Qatar (Qat) 2.3 February 5
- 9 Etoile de Bessèges (Fra) 2.3 12 - 16 Tour Méditerranéen (Fra) 2.3 16 - 20 Vuelta a Andalucia
"Ruta Ciclista Del Sol" (Spa) 2.3 19 - 22 Giro della Liguria (Ita) 2.3 19 - 23 Volta ao Algarve
(Por) 2.3 19 - 23 International Tour of Rhodes (Gre) 2.3 25 - 1/3 Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana
(Spa) 2.3 March 5 - 9 Vuelta Ciclista a Murcia - Costa Calida (Spa) 2.3 7 - 9 Driedaagse Van
West-Vlaanderen (Bel) 2.3 14 - 16 GP Erik Breukink (Ned) 2.3 20 - 23 GP Mosqueteiros / Rota do
Marquês (Por) 2.3 26 - 30 Settimana Ciclistica Internazionale (Ita) 2.3 April 8 - 11 Circuit
Cycliste Sarthe et Pays de la Loire (Fra) 2.3 9 - 12 Sea Otter Classic (USA) 2.3 22 - 27 Tour de
Georgia (USA) 2.3 23 - 27 Internat. Niedersachsen-Rundfahrt (Ger) 2.3 24 - 27 Vuelta Ciclista a la
Rioja (Spa) 2.3 24 - 27 GP MR Cortez / Mitsubishi (Por) 2.3 30 - 4/5 Vuelta a Castilla y Leon (Spa)
2.3 May 10 - 11 Clasica Internacional a Alcobendas (Spa) 2.3 21 - 25 Internationale
Bayern-Rundfahrt (Ger) 2.3 21 - 25 Tour de Belgique (Bel) 2.3 28 - 1/6 Volta ao Alentejo (Por) 2.3
June 9 - 15 Bank Austria Tour - Int. Österreich-Rundfahrt (Aut) 2.3 16 - 22 GP Cycliste de Beauce
(Can) 2.3 21 - 24 Route du Sud (Fra) 2.3 July 2 - 6 Course de la Solidarité Olympique (Pol) 2.3 9 -
12 Int. UNIQA Classic (Aut) 2.3 9 - 12 Ytong Bohemia Tour (Cze) 2.3 9 - 13 Troféu Joaquim Agostinho
- GP de Ciclismo de Torres Ve(Por) 2.3 16 - 20 GP do Minho (Por) 2.3 23 - 27 Sachsen-Tour
International (Ger) 2.3 25 - 27 Brixia Tour (Ita) 2.3 28 - 1/8 Tour de la Région Wallonne (Bel) 2.3
August 6 - 10 Rothaus Regio-Tour International (Ger) 2.3 12 - 15 Tour de l'Ain (Fra) 2.3 19 - 22
Tour du Limousin (Fra) 2.3 24 - 31 Clasico RCN (Col) 2.3 26 - 29 Tour du Poitou Charentes et de la
Vienne (Fra) 2.3 27 - 31 Tour de Slovaquie (Svk) 2.3 29 - 31 GP CTT Correios de Portugal (Por) 2.3
September 3 - 7 Internationale Hessen-Rundfahrt (Ger) 2.3 10 - 14 Ster Elektrotoer (Ned) 2.3 17 -
21 Int. Rheinland-Pfalz Rundfahrt (Ger) 2.3 25 - 28 Circuit Franco-Belge (Bel) 2.3 26 - 28
Paris-Corrèze (Fra) 2.3 30 - 3/10 Giro della Provincia di Lucca (Ita) 2.3 October 16 - 26 Herald
Sun Tour (Aus) 2.3
 
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Bart

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Dan,

I can only guess what you imply, so here's my reply: only the 10 best results will count for the
team ranking. Does who did well already have thus less opportunity for gain than those who didnt.
 
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Daniel Connelly

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Bart wrote:
> Dan,
>
> I can only guess what you imply, so here's my reply: only the 10 best results will count for the
> team ranking. Does who did well already have thus less opportunity for gain than those who didnt.

I really implied nothing. You noted a 2.3 "training ride". I was curious to see what other "training
rides" were on the calendar. So I thought others might also find it interesting.

I didn't know the rule on "top 10" results -- that's significant, as you note. It essentially makes
such races irrelevent to the top of the rankings.

Dan
 
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Bart

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Daniel Connelly wrote:

>
> I really implied nothing. You noted a 2.3 "training ride". I was curious to see what other
> "training rides" were on the calendar. So I thought others might also find it interesting.

Good. I plan to follow the scoring closely , partly to assess the impact of cat 3 races on the
rankings (influence of different races in general). I think Qatar (but also the flat Mallorca races)
for example are definitely training races where sprinters can score "easy points". That doesnt mean
I'd want to relegate all the 1.3 or 2.3 races. Or that I oppose the idea of giving an UCI status to
promote cycling in "new" regions.
 
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Daniel Connelly

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Bart wrote:
> Daniel Connelly wrote:
>
>
>>I really implied nothing. You noted a 2.3 "training ride". I was curious to see what other
>>"training rides" were on the calendar. So I thought others might also find it interesting.
>
>
> Good. I plan to follow the scoring closely , partly to assess the impact of cat 3 races on the
> rankings (influence of different races in general). I think Qatar (but also the flat Mallorca
> races) for example are definitely training races where sprinters can score "easy points". That
> doesnt mean I'd want to relegate all the 1.3 or 2.3 races. Or that I oppose the idea of giving an
> UCI status to promote cycling in "new" regions.

Right. A good combination of training for the big teams and a chance for the little guys to show
what they have. This is well captured in the scoring scheme, where the results end up getting pushed
off the bottom for the big guns, making them irrelevent, while for the little guys it gives them a
chance to generate results which count toward placings in the TT2 and TT3 rankings.

Dan
 
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