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Young Guns News Roundup #9 (03/29/2007)
 
By Fabio
Date: 3/29/2007
Young Guns News Roundup #9 (03/29/2007)
 
So you thought you got rid of our Young Guns reports for the week? Noooo way. With so many top racing going in Europe also during these weekdays, we just had to keep you informed on the accomplishments of the Finauto team (aka the "Scinto-ists") in Tuscany and Belgium, the Rabobank superstars and Gavazzi Jr. (Mattia Gavazzi) in Normandie, teenage sprinting sensation Edoardo Costanzi in Lombardy, and the presentation of two top races in Italy.

It may not be as deeply rooted as Monday Night Football in the NFL, but still the Italian young gun cycling scene has a tradition of "Tuesday Afternoon Racing", that was back this week after the winter hiatus, with one event running on the green hills of Tuscany and another in the south-eastern corner of Lombardy. And it couldn't be a better comeback, with both contests down to "clashes of giants" involving some of the very biggest names of the nation's U23 cycling.



First it was the Battle of the Azzurri. Riders that wore, and will be wearing, the Italian National Team jersey were up against each other for the top spots in the 31st Trofeo Mario Zanchi, named after a Tuscan cyclist of the 1970s, which took place around the town of Castiglion Fibocchi near Arezzo. A battle of three (young) giants in particular: Mauro Finetto, Simone Ponzi but notably Francesco Ginanni. The Tuscan from Luca Scinto's Finauto-Neri-Lucchini-Zoccorinese powerhouse squad, aged 22, is possibly the best young gun on the Italian scene this early season. At the start line Tuesday he could boast two wins and more top results in just one month, and at the end of the race he had another triumph in the bag, as he powered to the line in the last uphill metres (max. gradient 16%) to beat Ponzi (himself a two-race winner so far this year) and Finetto to claim another great victory.

A group of 172 riders from 36 teams contested the event, with some breakaways going earlier (Federico Incardona and Alessandro Fantini) and later into the race, when the Scinto-ists had a go at making the news thru Sunday's Bolghera race winner (see round-up #8a) Simone Stortoni, who went clear with Francesco Pollasto (Seane One); nearing the finish line further moves came, courtesy of the Italians Federico Canuti (Bedogni-Praga-Natalini) and Mirko Battaglini (GS Mastromarco). But all attacks were nullified, Battaglini giving up last 800m from the line. Then it was all about the three giants and the short but steep climb to the line: Zalf's Ponzi made the first move with 250m to go, but mighty Francesco, perfectly led out by team-mates Pier Paolo De Negri, Thomas Bertolini, Maxim Belkov and the same Stortoni, countered and comfortably powered past his fellow member of the Squadra Azzurra in the last hundred metres. Ponzi and Finetto had to settle for second and third.

Both Ginanni ("I'm extremely happy at this victory, it is very valuable. I want to dedicate it to Angelo (Citracca, their other DS) and Luca (Scinto), they deserve this for everything they have done for us") and Scinto ("This is a great team, with extraordinary boys. It's a pleasure to see how they put into practice what you tell them either in pre-race talks or during the race itself") sounded over the moon after the race. Can we really blame them?

Ginanni, that also happens to be fellow townsman of Elite Man National Team Coach Franco Ballerini (both guys are based in the Tuscan hamlet of Casalguidi), is on the way to improve his 2006 record of seven victories, and might take a further step in the right direction in the upcoming GP Portugal U23 - where he'll be leading the Italian charge (along with Ponzi) starting from Friday - and/or at Giro delle Regioni ("Tour of the Regions"), arguably Italy's number one U23 stage challenge, whose 2007 edition, scheduled to set off in late April, was to be unveiled in Rome Wednesday.

31st Trofeo Mario Zanchi (Castiglion Fibocchi, 135 km - 1.20)
Top 10 Places

1. Francesco Ginanni (Ita - Finauto-Neri-Lucchini) - 03h54 (39.48 kph)
2. Simone Ponzi (Ita - Zalf-Desirèe-Fior) - s.t.
3. Mauro Finetto (Ita - Filmop-Sorelle Ramonda-Parolin) - s.t.
4. Anton Sintsov (Rus - Calzaturieri Montegranaro) - s.t.
5. Giuseppe Ascione (Ita - Promociclo-Publisport ) - s.t.
6. Manuel Belletti (Ita - UC Trevigiani-Dynamon) - s.t.
7. Mirko Selvaggi (Ita - Mastromarco-ChiantiSensi-Vangi) - s.t.
8. Massimo Pirrera (Ita - Bedogni-Praga-Natalini) - s.t.
9. Fabio Taddei (Ita - Bedogni-Praga-Natalini) - s.t.
10. Andrius Buividas (Lit - Feralpi Fermet) - s.t.



Clash of (young) Giants, Part Two. Also known as 55th Gran Premio della Possenta. Possenta ain't no vulgarity, it is just the name of a small Sanctuary you can admire if you go to Ceresara, a town of about 2,500 residents in the Mantua area of Lombardy and crime scene of the 122.5 km challenge which ended up in a one-on-one battle between two of the fastest youngsters around: Edoardo Costanzi (Unidelta) and Mauro Abel Richeze (Modal-San Donà), each of them with two wins in the bag at the start line (like Ponzi and Ginanni in the Tuscan race above) Tuesday.

Mantua is the town of the Unidelta-Bottoli-Acciaierie Arvedi squad, and their boys made it clear that they wanted to be protagonists on home soil since the beginning, as Maurizio Girardini started the fireworks and went for some mid-race primes. After a following move from Lorenzo Zanella (FWR Bata) was chased down, the Unideltas got into action again as Marco Frapporti attacked along with the Sicilian Fabio Fazio (Finauto), Mauro Colombera (Unione Ciclisti Trevigiani), and Giovanni Carini (Pagnoncelli), who is still looking for his second win of the season. No way they could escape the marshalling of the peloton though, not even a late solo attempt from Frapporti could.

When they realized the race was down to a sprint finish, the Unideltas resorted to Plan B. But when such Plan has got the speed of Edoardo Costanzi, it has much chance of success. The talented teenager scored his hat-trick of victories in his first month in the U23 ranks with an(other) impressive sprint; neither Richeze the Argentine (back to runner-up ways after his triumph at the Popolarissima classic nine days before) nor the other Italian fastmen that snatched the remaining top positions could stop the "irreverent" rookie from northern Italy. Costanzi even had time to sit down in the last metres and point out at his jersey while crossing the line, like saying "see folks? We have won again". You can bet that it's not the last time he does.

55th Gran Premio della Possenta (Ceresara, 122.5 km)
Top 10 Places

1. Edoardo Costanzi (Ita - Unidelta-Arvedi-Bottoli) (44.217 kph)
2. Mauro Abel Richeze (Arg - Modal-San Donà) - s.t.
3. Alessandro Bernardini (Ita - F.W.R. Bata) - s.t.
4. Alex Buttazzoni (Ita - Marchiol-Famila Ima-Liquigas) - s.t.
5. Francesco Frisoni (Ita - Unidelta-Arvedi-Bottoli) - s.t.
6. Fausto Fognini (Ita - Pool Cantù-NGC-Tad Pharma) - s.t.
7. Luca Amoriello (Ita - Finauto-Neri-Lucchini-Zoccorrinese) - s.t.
8. Enrico Venturini (Ita - Pool Cantù-NGC-Tad Pharma) - s.t.
9. Vitaly Buts (Ukr - Pagnoncelli-NGC-Perrel) - s.t.
10. Mauro Colombera (Ita - UC Trevigiani-Dynamon) - s.t.

A Photo Gallery of the race is available in this page



Gran Premio Liberazione / Giro delle Regioni Preview

The route ot of the above mentioned Giro delle Regioni, as well as that of another top young gun event scheduled to run in Italy in late April (GP Liberazione) have been unveiled in Rome's Town Hall on the Campidoglio (Capitol) Hill this past Wednesday, with the Italian Sports Minister (New York born Giovanna Melandri) and the former National Team Coach Alfredo Martini in attendance.

The Gran Premio Liberazione, a single-day race traditionally held in the morning of April the 25th, the day Italy celebrates liberation from nazism and fascism (hence the name of the contest) reaches its 62nd edition this year. Living up to tradition, the pompously called "Spring World Championships" reserved for U23 riders will be taking place over 23 laps of a six kilometre circuit in the Terme di Caracalla (Baths of Caracalla) area of Rome, totalling a cumulative distance of 138 km. Contenders from several nations will be racing in such picturesque scenery, along piles of ancient Roman ruins, and amongst them (the competitors, not the ruins) the boys of the Australian team, aiming for their third straight victory at Rome after Chris Sutton stamped his authority on the 2005 edition and Matthew Goss just followed in the roll of honour the past year.

Many of the guys taking part in GP Liberazione in the morning will get back in the saddle the same afternoon for the ITT prologue of another U23 contest run by the Rome-based Velo Club Primavera Ciclistica, albeit starting in the town of Isernia: the Tour of the Regions. Possibly the toughest young gun stage race in Italy, or at least the one with the best field assembled for an U23 event in the country, it's contested by national squads instead of the usual Trade Teams we can find in (most) other bike races. The national team jerseys of Australia, Austria, Belgium, Belarus, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, New Zealand, Holland, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovenia, South Africa, Ukraine, the USA, Uzbekistan and … Italy, plus a UCI " Solidarity" Team are expected to show up at the startline come April the 25th. The stages of the 32nd Giro delle Regioni, going mainly thru the regions of Central Italy (Molise, Abruzzo, Marche, Tuscany) this year, are as follows:

ITT Prologue (Wednesday, April 25):
Isernia

Stage 1 (Thursday, April 26):
Fornelli to Macchiagodena 121.2 km

Stage 2 (Friday, April 27):
Città Sant'Angelo to Città Sant'Angelo, 154 km

Stage 3 (Saturday, April 28):
Porto Recanati to Cingoli 169.5 km

Stage 4 (Sunday, April 29):
Pistoia to Cantagrillo, 155.2 km

Stage 5 (Monday, April 30):
Chianciano Terme to Montepulciano 146 km

Stage 6 (Tuesday, May 01st):
Artena to Artena 130.5 km



The UCI 2.2 Tour de Normandie five-day race, running from March 26-30th in the North of France, with the young guns up against more accomplished pros, kicked off Monday with the traditional ITT prologue in Mandeville, a suburb of Caen. Keeping up with a favourable tradition in this race, the Rabobank Espoirs got off to a flying start as they got two riders on the first podium and five in the top ten places.

Dutch sensation and Junior World Cyclocross Champion Lars Boom established the fastest time on the 5.8-km parcours, beating Martin Garrido (Duja-Tavira) of Argentina - prologue winner two years ago - and his own teammate/fellow countryman Martijn Maaskant by a couple seconds. Tom Leezer, Tom Veelers and Evgeny Popov (the only non-Dutch Mini-Rabo in the best places) made the Rabobank triumphal day complete. Florian Morizot, reigning Elite-2 ITT champion of France, was the only top ten finisher from the host country and the Istrian Spring Trophy overall winner Edvald Boasson Hagen of Norway gave a further display of his own talent as he took sixth. No U23 riders made the top ten against the clock and their top finisher was twelfth place getter Yoann Offredo (Fra - CC Nogent),

27th Tour de Normandie - Stage 1 (Mondeville - ITT, 5.8 km)
Top 10 Places

1. Lars Boom (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs)
2. Martin Garrido (Arg - Duja-Tavira) - at 04"
3. Martijn Maaskant (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs) - at 04"
4. Florian Morizot (Fra - Auber 93) - at 05"
5. Tom Leezer (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs ) - at 06"
6. Edvald Boasson Hagen (Nor - Team Maxbo-Bianchi) - at 07"
7. Kristoffer Nielsen (Den - Team GLS) - at 11"
8. Tom Veelers (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs) - at 11"
9. Tobias Erler (Ger - Team 3C-Gruppe Lamonta) - at 15"
10. Evgeny Popov (Rus - Rabobank Espoirs) - at 15"

A group of 119 took the start in Monday's stage two, the longest of the race, that linked Mondeville to Forges-les-Eaux on a relatively easy parcours of 215 km, and came down to a field sprint (as it's often the case here) that turned into a display of explosive leg power from Italy, and the Kio Ene-Dmt squad in particular. The boys coached by former professional rider Alberto Elli claimed the top two spots as Mattia Gavazzi, dual stage winner at the Istrian Spring Trophy in Croatia less than two weeks before, scored his season's hat-trick, while Simone Cadamuro captured a runner-up finish.

It was a real team victory not just because of the one-two punch Gavazzi and Casamuro delivered opposition, but also as their domestiques Mirko Allegrini, Davide Bragazzi, Mattia Parravicini and Marco Osella played a key role in the chase of the breakaway of the day. The smiling Japanese Yukiya Arashiro (Nippo-Meitan Hompo) and Vasili Khatuntsev of the Russian National Team went clear after some 30 km. (and after one previous move from Plages Vendéennes series winner Frank Vermeluen of VC Rouen 76 was rapidly nullified) and built up an advantage of over 15 minutes on the field, enough for the brave Asian to be race leader on the road for a long time. But the merciless boys of Kio Ene-Dmt had promised themselves that they would win today, better they would take first and second, as they explained in after-race interviews. Such that, when they really came into action, the game was over for the boy from the Land of the Rising Sun and his Russian colleague.

Stage 2 (Mondeville to Forges-les-Eaux, 211 km): Top 10 Places
1. Mattia Gavazzi (Ita - Kio Ene-Dmt) - 05h19'54"
2. Simone Cadamuro (Ita - Kio Ene-Dmt) - s.t.
3. Evgeny Popov (Rus - Rabobank Espoirs) - s.t.
4. Martin Garrido (Arg - Duja-Tavira) - s.t.
5. Jurgen Roelandts (Bel - Davitamon-Win For Life-J. Vlaanderen) - s.t.
6. Simone Cadamuro (Ita - Moscow Stars) - s.t.
7. Evgeny Popov (Rus - Rietumu Bank-Riga) - s.t.
8. Joachim Bohler (Nor - Team Maxbo-Bianchi) - s.t.
9. Steve Chainel (Fra - Auber 93) - s.t.
10. Mariusz Wiesiak (Pol - Nippo Corporation) - s.t.

27th Tour de Normandie - GC after Stage 2: Top 10 Places:
1. Lars Boom (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs) - 05h27'02"
2. Martin Garrido (Arg - Duja-Tavira) - at 04"
3. Martijn Maaskant (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs) - at 04"
4. Florian Morizot (Fra - Auber 93) - at 05"
5. Tom Leezer (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs ) - at 06"
6. Edvald Boasson Hagen (Nor - Team Maxbo-Bianchi) - at 07"
7. Evgeny Popov (Rus - Rabobank Espoirs) - at 10"
8. Kristoffer Nielsen (Den - Team GLS) - at 11"
9. Tom Veelers (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs) - at 11"
10. Tobias Erler (Ger - Team 3C-Gruppe Lamonta) - at 15"

Mattia Gavazzi looks unmatchable now. The son of Pierino Gavazzi, an excellent Italian sprinter back in the 1970s and 1980s (and Milan-Sanremo champion in the year 1980), seems to like victory champagne: he tasted it first as a pro in Croatia a couple weeks ago, and has not stopped since. He won another stage at the Istrian Spring trophy, and just repeated such dual success in France, as Tuesday's winning sprint at Forges-les-Eaux was followed by another similar accomplishment Wednesday morning, when he took line honours in the first stage (half-stage if you prefer) of the day, a short trip of sixty kilometres into Aubevoye. The Kio Ene-Dmt couldn't score another one-two punch this time, as Jurgen Roelandts (Belgium) and the Mini-Rabo Tom Veelers gave the podium some Benelux flavour, but we tend to think they're not much upset with that in the Italian team.

Stage 3 (Forges-les-Eaux to Aubevoye, 60 km): Top 5 Places
1. Mattia Gavazzi (Ita - Kio Ene-Dmt)
2. Jurgen Roelandts (Bel - Davitamon-Win For Life-Jong Vlaanderen)
3. Tom Veelers (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs)
4. Steve Chainel (Fra - Auber 93)
5. Joachim Bohler (Nor - Team Maxbo-Bianchi)

All with the same time.

27th Tour de Normandie - GC after Stage 3: Top 10 Places:
1. Lars Boom (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs) - 06h50'23"
2. Martin Garrido (Arg - Duja-Tavira) - at 04"
3. Tom Leezer (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs ) - at 04"
4. Martijn Maaskant (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs) - at 04"
5. Florian Morizot (Fra - Auber 93) - at 05"

One, Two, Three. The Mattia Gavazzi Show continued into Wednesday afternoon as the Italian sprinting wonder clinched also the second (half) stage of the day, from Gaillon to Elbeuf-sur-Seine over 77 kilometres. Another bunch sprint it was, and another display of blatant superiority by the son of Pierino Gavazzi, who took his season's tally up to five wins, three of which in the space of just about 24 hours.

Stage 4 (Gaillon to Elbeuf-sur-Seine, 77 km): Top 5 Places
1. Mattia Gavazzi (Ita - Kio Ene-Dmt)
2. Evgeny Popov (Rus - Rabobank Espoirs)
3. Martin Garrido (Arg - Duja-Tavira)
4. Takashi Miyazawa (Jap - Nippo-Meitan Honpo)
5. Tom Veelers (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs)

All with the same time.

27th Tour de Normandie - GC after Stage 4: Top 5 Places:
1. Lars Boom (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs) - 06h50'23"
2. Martin Garrido (Arg - Duja-Tavira) - at 02"
3. Tom Leezer (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs ) - at 04"
4. Martijn Maaskant (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs) - at 04"
5. Florian Morizot (Fra - Auber 93) - at 05"



The young sprinting machines from Italy had a great Wednesday not only in France, but also in Belgium, homeland of the GP Waregem, Under 23 version of the Dwaars von Vlaanderen pro race held the same day. While Tom Boonen was crushing opposition amongst the big guns, Enrico Montanari took his mighty team Finauto-Neri-Lucchini-Zoccorinese to new heights. The boy from Modena (a compatriot of early season sensation Riccardo Riccó also in this sense…) won the massive sprint of about 70 riders the 150 kilometre challenge, attended by athletes from as much as ten different countries, ended with. It might be regarded as a team victory though, as the Scinto-ists first proved fundamental in keeping the race together for the sprint in the last 60 kilometres, and later set their appointed fastman up for the win.

The Rabo-boy Coen Vermeltfoort as well as Danilo Wyss of Switzerland started their sprints first, but Montanari came around both in the last 80 metres and all the Swiss and his Dutch rival could do at that point was battle it out over the remaining top three spots. "I'm very happy, I still can't believe I got it" Montanari confessed after he crossed the line "I didn’t think I could do so well in such a race, that had a tough and selective parcours and ran on cobbled streets I was taking in for the first time. Plus, it was a World Cup race after all". His words were echoed by the Finauto DS Cesare Turchetti "Everything is going fine, we had a great performance today. (Eric) Solavaggione aside - but he had some earlier bike problems - all of us were there (when needed). Once we left the Muurs (there were twelve of them on the menu, the Vieux-Quarémont and Patersberg included, but seemingly they weren't that selective) behind, I told the team to work for Enrico, and they did. Kudos to them, and to Enrico himself, who put in an excellent sprint".

GP Waregem (UCI 1.2 - 148 km): Top 30 Places
1. Enrico Montanari (Ita - Finauto-Neri-Lucchini-Zoccorinese) - 03h33'
2. Danilo Wyss (Swi - Swiss Narional Team) - s.t.
3. Coen Vermeltfoort (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs) - s.t.
4. Michele Magni (Ita - UC Bergamasca 1902) - s.t.
5. Stijn Van Looveren (Bel - Chocolat Jacques) - s.t.
6. Memo Horst (Hol) - s.t.
7. Giorgio Brambila (Ita - UC Bergamasca 1902) - s.t.
8. Jocelyn Bar (Fra - CC Nogent-sur-Oise) - s.t.
9. Dries Van Der Ginst (Bel - New Heebra-Lombarden) - s.t.
10. Klaas Lodewyck (Bel - WC Beveren 2000) - s.t.
11. Dennis Vanendert (Bel - Finauto-Neri-Lucchini-Zoccorinese) - s.t.
12. Frederiek Nolf (Bel - WC Beveren 2000) - s.t.
13. Luca Orlandi (Ita - UC Bergamasca 1902) - s.t.
14. Nazareno Rossi (Swi - Swiss Narional Team) - s.t.
15. Kristof Vandewalle (Bel - WC Beveren 2000) - s.t.
16. Martijn Keizer (Hol - Rabobank Espoirs) - s.t.
17. Gert-Jan Oostvogels (Bel - Rock Wechter-Chocolade Jacques) - s.t.
18. Gregory Joseph (Bel - Davitamon-Win For Life-J.Vlaanderen) - s.t.
19. Jeroen Dingemans (Bel - Davitamon-Win For Life-J.Vlaanderen) - s.t.
20. Reto Holenstein (Swi - Swiss Narional Team) - s.t.
21. Olivier Pardini (Bel - Storez-Ledecq Matériaux) - s.t.
22. Aidis Kruopis (Lit - Klaipeda Splendid CT) - s.t.
23. Klaas Van Hage (Hol - B&E Koopmans CT) - s.t.
24. Stephane Rossetto (Fra - CC Nogent-sur-Oise) - s.t.
25. Jeroen Verniers (Bel - Unibet.com) - s.t.
26. Michael Van Staeyen (Bel - Davo) - s.t.
27. Sven Nooytens (Bel - WC Beveren 2000) - s.t.
28. Jonathan Godfroid (Bel - Storez-Ledecq Matériaux) - s.t.
29. Timothy Vangeel (Hol - P3 Transfer Fondas) - s.t.
30. Tim Vermeersch (Bel - New Heebra-Lombarden) - s.t.



Races and Winners

Young Guns News Roundup #1 (02/20/2007)

  • Boucles Catalanes Alexandre Blain
  • Circuit Méditerranéen Benjamin Giraud
  • Route de l'Atlantique Giovanni Carini
  • Boucles de la Soule Charles Guilbert
  • Plages Vendéennes #1 (Perrier) Mathieu Drujon
  • La Tramontane Jérémie Dérangère
  • Ronde du Canigou Jérémie Dérangère
  • Circuit de la Nive David Le Lay
  • Plages Vendéennes #2 (Luçon) Mathieu Drujon
  • Grand Prix de Peymeinade Julien Antomarchi
  • 41st Circuito del Guadiana Pedro José Vera

    Young Guns News Roundup #2 (02/23/2007)

  • Plages Vendéennes #3 (Saint-Urbain) Jérémie Galland
  • Ronde du Pays-Basque Stéphane Bonsergent
  • Plages Vendéennes #4 (Saint-Julien-des-Landes) Bastien Delrot
  • Le Tour du Labourd Stephane Petilleau

    Young Guns News Roundup #3 (02/27/2007)

  • Coppa San Geo Hrvoje Miholijevic
  • Memorial Giuseppe Polese Mauro Abel Richeze
  • GP Firenze-Empoli Cristian Benenati
  • Trofeo Caduti di Soprazocco Salvatore Mancuso
  • GP Brefer Edoardo Costanzi
  • GP Lavi (Circuito di Paderno) Marcello Pavarin
  • GP La Torre Fucecchio Uladzimir Autka
  • Gran Premio d'Apertura Fermo Davide D'Angelo
  • Souvenir Vietto-Gianello Thierry Hupont
  • Plages Vendéennes #5 (Chantonnay) Bastien Delrot
  • GP Souvenir Jean Masse Ruslan Sambris
  • Plages Vendéennes #6 (Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie) Gert Joeaar
  • Trophée de l'Essor Basque Yuri Trofimov (Overall)
  • Trofeo Guerrita Jesús Buendia
  • Subida a la Sierra de los Califas José Luis Roldan
  • GP Inauguració Memorial Joaquim Sabaté Àlex Mollà
  • Gran Premio Caja Cantabria Mikel Olano

    Young Guns News Roundup #4 (03/03/2007)

  • Plages Vendéennes #7 (Saint Maixent sur Vie) Guillaume Blot
  • Plages Vendéennes #8 (Moutiers) Franck Vermeulen
  • Trofeo ZSSDI Unione Circoli Sportivi Sloveni in Italia - PREVIEW

    Young Guns News Roundup # 5 (03/06/2007)

  • Trofeo ZSSDI Unione Circoli Sportivi Sloveni in Italia Simone Ponzi
  • Coppa Città di Melzo Edoardo Costanzi
  • Coppa Belricetto / Memorial Gualandi Matteo Busato
  • Gran Premio Apertura Città di Pescara Sante Di Nizio
  • Trofeo Colline Capannoresi Francesco Ginanni
  • Gran Premio Ceda Jacopo Guarnieri
  • Trois Jours du Vaucluse Sébastien Turgot (Overall)
  • Circuit de la Vallée de la Loire Jonathan Thiré
  • GP de Carqueiranne Gatis Smukulis
  • GP d'Ouverture Pierre Pinel Ivan Seledkov
  • Tour des Communes de la Vallée du Bedat Jean Christophe Péraud
  • Paris-Ezy Franck Perque
  • Route Bretonne / Souvenir Loïc Le Flohic Piotr Zielinski
  • Melrandaise Salva Jésus Vilchez
  • Grand Prix d'Ouverture Saint-Hilaire du Harcouët Gaylord Cumont
  • Aiztondo Klasikoa Óscar Puyol
  • Trofeo Diputación Alicante José Belda (Overall)

    Young Guns News Roundup # 6 (03/13/2007)

  • Giro delle Tre Province Jacopo Guarnieri
  • Circuito di San Urbano Jacopo Guarnieri
  • Piccola Coppa Agostoni Luca Zanderigo
  • Trofeo Balestra Simone Ponzi
  • Coppa San Bernardino Sacha Modolo
  • Trofeo Gruppo Meccaniche Luciani Corridonia Anton Sintsov
  • GP Ville de Lillers / Souvenir Bruno Comini Benoît Daeninck
  • Circuit des 4 Cantons Nikolas Cotret
  • GP de la ville de Villefranche / Mathias Nomblot Gatis Smukulis
  • Manche Atlantique Sébastien Duret
  • Paris-Evreux Jérémie Galland
  • Vienne Classic Espoirs Damien Gaudin
  • GP Ayuntamiento Camargo / Mem. Tinin Castañera David Gutiérrez
  • GP San José / Memorial Echevarría Juan José Lobato
  • Gran Premio Ciclista Chiclanero Jorge Martín Montenegro
  • Porec Trophy Marko Kump

    Young Guns News Roundup #7A (03/21/2007)

  • Bordeaux-Saintes Evgeny Sokolov (Overall)
  • Vuelta a Alicante / GP San Antonio Rafael Rodríguez (Overall)
  • Vuelta Ciclista a Valladolid José Angel Rodríguez (Overall)
  • Istrian Spring Trophy Edvald Boasson Hagen (Overall)

    Young Guns News Roundup #7B (03/21/2007)

  • Trofeo Memorial Fratelli Gandolfi Cristiano Fumagalli
  • Trofeo Edilizia Mogetta Francesco Lasca
  • GP San Giuseppe Montecassiano Andrey Solomennikov
  • Popolarissima Mauro Abel Richeze
  • Trofeo Antonietto Rancilio Matteo Scaroni
  • Trofeo Cesab Francesco Ginanni
  • GP Calzifici e Calzaturifici Stabbiesi Enrico Montanari
  • Souvenir Louison Bobet Nikolas Cotret
  • Paris-Troyes Yuri Trofimov
  • Nantes-Segré Kévin Cherruault
  • Maillot des Jeunes #1 (Montfort-sur-Risle) Guillaume Malle
  • Circuit du Morbihan / Trophée Jean Floc'h Guillaume Le Floc'h
  • Trofeo Iberdrola Andrés Avelino Antuña
  • Memorial Pedro Zamora / GP Bahía Mazarrón Jaume Rovira
  • Giro del Mendrisiotto Andreas Dietziker

    Young Guns News Roundup #8A (03/27/2007)

  • Milano-Busseto / Trofeo Auto Boreri Jan Stannard
  • Piccola Sanremo Luca Zanderigo
  • GP Artigiani Sediai e Mobilieri di Grosso Alessandro Raisoni
  • Coppa Caduti Buscatesi Alessandro Formentelli
  • Coppa del Grano Enrico Magazzini
  • Circuito di Orsago / Memorial Fratelli Mion Federico Masiero
  • GP San Giuseppe Marane di Sulmona Francesco De Bonis
  • Bolghera Simone Stortoni

    Young Guns News Roundup #8B (03/27/2007)

  • Classic Loire-Atlantique Nicolas Jalabert
  • Boucles du Sud Ardèche Evgeny Sokolov
  • Roue Tourangelle Yury Trofimov
  • Troyes-Dijon Cédric Pineau
  • Flèche de Locminé Cyrille Noël
  • Trophée des Bastides Blel Kadri
  • Grand Prix de Buxerolles Perrig Quémeneur
  • Prix de la Municipalité de Saint Savin Sylvain Georges
  • Ontur-Ontur José Angel Rodríguez
  • Gran Premio Macario Francisco Torrella
  • Trofeu Joan Escolà Flavien Chipault
  • Campionat de Sabadell Leonid Krasnov
  • Vuelta a Cartagena Jesús Buendia Romero (Overall)

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