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Young Guns News Roundup #12B (04/17/2007)
By Fabio
Date: 4/17/2007
Young Guns News Roundup #12B (04/17/2007)

Part two of our weekly report on the U23 weekend racing is all about the single-day events going in France and Spain on Saturday, April 14th and Sunday, April 15th. The Apple Boys get back to victory thanks to a tragicomic (but not unusual) error. Moldavians and Poles steal the show, and so does a peloton veteran in Brittany. Camargo and Costa Daurada rule in Spain, but two Latin-Americans outfox their local colleagues. Plus, news and results from the Junior Paris-Roubaix. The Italian side of the report is going to follow, with news and results from the weekend but also the Tuesday afternoon events.

We move to France, and start our coverage in white, red and blue colours with the Tour du Charolais, running in the Saône-et-Loire region of the country this past Saturday. And with the well-known Velo Club La Pomme Marseille finding back their way to victory champagne after over one month, thanks to one of their top athletes, Thierry Hupond. But also courtesy of Hupond's breakaway companion Hyun Wook Joo, a South Korean racing for the UCI-sponsored Centre Mondial du Cyclisme (World Cycling Centre) team, who made a naive - but not uncommon - mistake as he raised his arms in triumph a bit too soon in the sprint (that also saw a massive pile-up, with a few riders bearing severe consequences), so that Hupond and another Frenchman (Florian Vachon of EC Montmarault) could get past him, and the former could even make his own – much more appropriate – victory salute to welcome his second win of the season, two months after he rocked the field at GP de Rocheville / Souvenir Vietto-Gianello (see roundup #3).

In fact the whole ''apple team'' had a great performance Saturday, and the Australian David Tanner captured the Best Grimpeur (aka King of the Mountains) title. Tanner even got into a six-man attempt that was nullified with 50k to go. Hupond made his move at the summit of the last ascent, about 5 km from the finish, after another previous attack was chased down. The South Korean tried to counter, and succeeded in joining him with just 2k left. The peloton was on their heels, and Hupond realized there was no time to waste and started his own sprint. But Hyun Wook Joo easily came around him, and celebrated his victory … at 50m from the line. He was not going to celebrate anything else since.

28th Tour du Charolais: Top 16 Places
1. Thierry Hupond (Fra - VCLP Marseille)
2. Florian Vachon (Fra - EC Montmarault)
3. Hyun Wook Joo (Sko - Centre Mondial du Cyclisme)
4. Thomas Bouteille (Fra - CC Etupes)
5. Jérémie Dérangère (Fra - SCO Dijon)
6. Robin Schmuda (Ger - Team Ista)
7. Nadir Haddou (Fra - Auber 93)
8. Miguel Tanguy (Fra - AVC Aix en Provence)
9. Marc Denonfoux (Fra - CR4C Roanne)
10. Haijun Ma (Chn - Centre Mondial du Cyclisme)
11. Yoann Petiot (Fra - Grenoble MC 38)
12. Sébastien Ivars (Fra - Chambéry Cyclisme Formation)
13. David Bidoli (Fra - Grenoble MC 38)
14. Julien Rabaud (Fra - EC Montmarault)
15. Daliver Ospina (Col - Centre Mondial du Cyclisme)
16. Pawel Cieslik (Pol - VC Lyon Vaulx en Velin)

All in the same time.

The young riders from the former Soviet Republic of Moldova are doing fine in France. The most recent addition to their string of excellent performances was the victory Alexander Pliushin (Chambéry Cyclisme Formation) earned Sunday in the 95th Dijon-Auxonne-Dijon, a contest of 160 kilometres raced at over 45 kph in favourable weather conditions. After all 25 riders who launched the first serious attack had been reeled in thanks to combined efforts from the Chambéry CF, Creusot Cyclisme, Etupes and CR4C Roanne chase machines, Pliuschin made the right move along with Jérémie Dérangère (SCO Dijon), Alexandre Grux (CC Etupes), David Kemps (Saint Etienne), Loïc Vandel (Velo Club Lyon-Vaulx en Velin) as well as the German Nikolai Schwarz (Team Ista) with about 30 km remaining. The lead sextet was going to make it to the finish, but the Moldavian anticipated the sprint with a smart and timely move in the last kilometre; he put some 50 metres into the other fugitives and held on to such a small gap to the finish. Grux grabbed second place while better-known Derangere had to stop on the lowest step of the podium.

95th Dijon-Auxonne-Dijon (160 km): Top 20 Places
1. Alexandr Pliuschin (Mol - Chambery CF)
2. Alexandre Grux (Fra - CC Etupes) - s.t.
3. Jérémie Derangere (Fra - SCO Dijon) - s.t.
4. David Kemp (Fra - EC Saint-Etienne Loire) - s.t.
5. Nikolai Schwarz (Ger – Team ISTA) - s.t.
6. Loïc Vandel (Fra - VC Lyon-Vaulx-en-Velin) - s.t.
7. Thomas Bouteille (Fra - CC Etupes) - at 01'00"
8. Morgan Kneisky (Fra - AC Bisontine) - s.t.
9. Peter Brouzes (Fra - CM Aubervilliers 93) - s.t.
10. Sébastien Hoareau (Fra - VC Lyon-Vaulx-en-Velin) - s.t.
11. Mehdi Flahaut (Fra - Dunkerque Littoral) - s.t.
12. Tom Thiblier (Fra - Dunkerque Littoral) - s.t.
13. Sébastien Jullien (Fra - VC Caladois) - s.t.
14. Robin Schmuda (Ger - Team Ista) - s.t.
15. Patrick Frutschi (Fra - Team Méga Bike) - s.t.
16. Nadir Haddou (Fra - CM Aubervilliers 93) - s.t.
17. David Han (Fra - SCO Dijon) - s.t.
18. Franck Brucci (Fra - Le Creusot Cyclisme) - s.t.
19. Alexandre Aulas (Fra - Chàmbery CF) - s.t.
20. Emilien Clere (Fra - AC Bisontine) - s.t.

Also the young guns from Poland know how to win in France, as Grzegorz Kwiatkowski (US Montauban 82) showed us in Saturday's Grand Prix des fêtes de Coux et Bigaroque. The Montauban 82 team cyclist beat the Frenchmen Yoann Poirier (CC Périgueux) and Gilles Canouet (CC Montauban) to claim the title and enter his name in the roll of honour of this race, also featuring two foreigners like the Russian Ivan Terenin and Kam-Po Wong of Hong Kong as recent additions. The Côte de Saint-Georges climb was the race decider. Seventy guys took part in the event, amongst them also a solid contingent from New Zealand, even if all Kiwi contenders had to wear their own trade team jerseys and not the NT jersey. Westley Gouch (11th) was the top finisher from New Zealand, Joe Cooper and Rodger Shem also made the top 20. Alex Meenhorst took 30th and Olivier Pearce crossed the line just behind him. Also two Brits crossed the line: Jules Birks, a team-mate of the race winner, snatched 21st place and James Spragg (UC Castelsarrasin) finished in 29th.

Grand Prix des fêtes de Coux et Bigaroque (105km)
Top 20 Places

1. Grzegorz Kwiatkowski (Pol - US Montauban 82) - 02h36'12''
2. Yohan Poirier (Fra - CC Perigueux Dordogne) - s.t.
3. Gilles Canouet (Fra - US Montauban) - s.t.
4. Fabien Rey (Fra - AVC Aix en Provence) - at 33"
5. Willy Perrocheau (Fra - CC Marmande) - s.t.
6. Yasutaka Tashiro (Jap - Team Bridgestone Anchor) - s.t.
7. Stephane Reimherr (Fra - UC Artix) - s.t.
8. Emilien Baze (Fra - Lescar Sprint) - s.t.
9. Kenny Lembo (Fra - US Montauban 82) - s.t.
10. Jerome Le Solliec (Fra - CRC Limoges) - s.t.
11. Westley Gouch (NZl - Ramblers Cycling Club) - s.t.
12. Julien Lamy (Fra - CRC Limoges) - s.t.
13. Mickael Dhinnin (Fra - CRC Limoges) - at 33"
14. Marcin Slezak (Pol - US Montauban 82) - at 02'34"
15. Christophe Besse (Fra - Entente Sud Gascogne) - at 02'38"
16. Charles Henry Lebrun (Fra - CC Marmande) - at 04'06"
17. Joe Cooper (NZl - Team Pnp) - at 04'23"
18. Jerome Paul (Fra - CC Perigueux Dordogne) - s.t.
19. Morgan Lamoisson (Fra - CR4C Roanne) - s.t.
20. Rodger Shem (NZl - Te Awamutu Sports Club) - s.t.

We continue our French part of the roundup with a north-west trip to Brittany. The home region of Bernard Hinault and plenty of other stars of the past, present (and future) peloton made the cycling news this weekend with the 48th edition of the Redon-Redon classic. The combination of a top-quality field and some even better weather drew a huge crowd to the line. But many local fans may have been disappointed that, for one, the Breton teams were outfoxed by their ''foreign'' rivals. As much as the young guns were outfoxed by one of the veterans of the bunch: Guillaume Judas (VS Chartrain), aged 37, pipped his breakaway companions at the line to take the win from Gaël Malacarne (Côtes-d’Armor-Maître Jacques) and Julien Guay (Vendée U). The latter and Julien Mesnil (VC Evreux) were the last remainders of an earlier, bigger breakaway group. Jonathan Dayus of the U.K. had another top result, but fell short of the podium places. Bretagne-Armor Lux did not live up to expectations instead, with just one rider (Yann Pivois) in the top ten.

48th Redon-Redon: Top 20 Places
1. Guillaume Judas (Fra - VS Chartres) - 03h50'00"
2. Gaël Malacarne (Fra - Côtes-d’Armor-Maître Jacques) - at 03"
3. Julien Gay (Fra - Vendée U) - at 05"
4. Jonathan Dayus (GBR - U Nantes-Atlantique) - s.t.
5. Julien Mesnil (Fra - VC Evreux) - s.t.
6. Manu Michot (Fra - Brest Iroise Cyclisme 2000) - s.t.
7. François Guimard (Fra - VCP Lorient) - s.t.
8. Frédéric Lubach (Fra - VC Rouen) - s.t.
9. Yann Pivois (Fra - Bretagne-Armor Lux) - s.t.
10. Laurent Le Gac (Fra - Brest Iroise Cyclisme 2000) - at 15"
11. Clément Calado (Fra - VS Chartres) - s.t.
12. Xavier Bartoli (Fra - VS Chartres) - s.t.
13. Malwenn Bodin (Fra - Super Sport 35) - at 17"
14. Ludovic Poilvet (Fra - Côtes d’Armor-Maître Jacques) - s.t.
15. Sylvain Anquetil (Fra - VC Rouen) - at 20"
16. Vincent Bienfait (Fra - Entente Hennebont-Quéven) - at 22"
17. Romain Paillard (Fra - UC Sablé) - at 25"
18. Guillaume Blot (Fra - USSA Pavilly-Barentin) - s.t.
19. Pascal Harnois (Fra - UC Briochine) - s.t.
20. Aurélien Moreno-Carpio (Fra - UC Sablé) - s.t.

We are not used to deal with Junior racing in our young guns report, but as this past weekend saw nothing less than the Paris-Roubaix Junior go in France, we think we can make an exception and pay homage to Fabien Taillefer for his great accomplishment: he overcame every kind of obstacles to take the host country back to the top of the podium. The young Frenchman fell first in the opening kilometres, about ten miles into the race, then had to change his bike, then broke away solo with 43k to go, albeit he could not gain more than a minute over the field, then fell again, then had a flat, but regardless of all of the above he proved capable of holding off chasers and eventually clinch victory. "It is a true pleasure for me to be able to raise my arms in front of such a big crowd here at Roubaix, and even more while I am wearing the French National Team jersey for the first time", the teenage sensation from France explained in after-race talks. Belgium (Jens Debusschere) and Italy (Paolo Locatelli) also hit the race podium, while a Brit (Adam Blythe) managed to take sixth. Don't be surprised if you find those guys showcasing their ability to bigger audiences in years to come.

Paris-Roubaix Junior: Top 10 Places
1. Fabien Taillefer (Fra) - 03h09'30"
2. Jens Debusschere (Bel) - at 01'19"
3. Paolo Locatelli (Ita) - at 01'19"
4. Mikkel Schioler (Den) - at 01'38"
5. Mattia Cattaneo (Ita) - at 01'40"
6. Adam Blythe (GBR) - at 01'48"
7. Jarl Salomein (Bel) - at 01'48"
8. Mikkel Lund (Den) - at 01'48"
9. Mattias Allegaert (Bel) - at 01'49"
10. Ricky Jorgensen (Den) - at 01'49"

Last but not least, some brief news and results from one-day races going in Spain the past few days.

We start with the Gran Premio Cuellar held in the Segovia area of Castilla and turning into a kind of Camargo Roper Team Championships as the squad from Cantabria wrapped up the top five places. Winner of the event was Madrid's own Carlos Capitán, with José Carlos López and Eduardo González as fellow podium finishers, Vidal Celis (4th) and David Gutiérrez (5th), as well as Hot Spot Sprint Classification winner Miguel Politura made the Camargo festival complete. Javier Abril (Viña Magna Cropusa) was best of the rest.

Two Latin-American competitors outfoxed their Spanish opponents in as many events: Andrey Amador of Costarica took his season's tally up to four victories as he dominated affairs at Villatuerta U23 race, that came down to a 12-men battle to the line. Fabricio Ferrari (Azpiru-Ugarte) from Uruguay was also in the spotlight there as he broke clear alongside his teammate Quique Puertas just to be chased down in the late stages of the event, but finally succeeded in opening his 2007 account as he finished off an excellent teamwork and won the small bunch sprint of 18 riders to take the win in the 121 kilometre Trofeo Eusebio Vélez at Durana town in the Basque Country the very next day. Xabat Mendiguren and last year's winner Ismael Esteban, both racing with the Cafés Baqué outfit, filled in the other podium places in the fifteen-man sprint that determined the winner, while earlier in the race Oscar Pujol had given a further display of his climbing abilities.

The last race on the menu today is the traditional Gran Cursa de Les Corts, running in the Barcelona district of Les Corts the past Sunday. The Catalan team Ditec-Costa Daurada sealed their excellent weekend, that saw them make the podium at Vuelta al Maestrazgo (reports, results in our previous report) as they wrapped up the top three spots in the point-based classification, courtesy of Eric de Miguel, Irwing Fernández and Jordi Vila

49th Gran Premio Cuéllar (1.12.2): Top 10 Places
1. Carlos Capitán (Spa - Camargo Roper)
2. José Carlos López (Spa - Camargo Roper)
3. Eduardo González (Spa - Camargo Roper)
4. Vidal Celis (Spa - Camargo Roper)
5. David Gutiérrez (Spa - Camargo Roper)
6. Javier Abril (Spa - Viña Magna Cropusa)
7. Miguel Ángel Candil (Spa - Dirma 2002)
8. Rubén Martínez (Spa - Saunier Duval)
9. David Almeida (Spa - Edopsa)
10. Héctor Dueñas (Spa - Seguros Bilbao)

1st Trofeo Suministros Monjardín (Villatuerta, 104 km)
Top 5 Places

1. Andrey Amador (Crc - Lizarte)
2. Esteban Parra (Spa - Alfus-Tedes)
3. Javier Iriarte (Spa - Seguros Bilbao)
4. Ventura Angulo (Spa - Alfus-Tedes)
5. Quique Puertas (Spa - Azpiru-Ugarte)

Starters: 138. Finishers: 79.

Trofeo Eusebio Vélez (Durana, 121 km): Top 10 Places
1. Fabricio Ferrari Barcelo (Uru - Azpiru-Ugarte) - 02h53'02"
2. Xabat Mendiguren (Spa - Baqué) - s.t.
3. Ismael Esteban (Spa - Baqué) - s.t.
4. Carlos Juez (Spa - Bidelan-Kirolgi) - s.t.
5. Guillermo Lana (Spa - Azysa-Cetya) - s.t.
6. Oscar Pujol (Spa - Azpiru-Ugarte) - s.t.
7. Diego Tamayo (Col - Azpiru-Ugarte) - s.t.
8. Ugaitz Artola (Spa - Azpiru-Ugarte) - s.t.
9. Miguel Mínguez (Spa - Suminan) - s.t.
10. Joseba Larralde (Spa - Bidelan-Kirolgi) - s.t.

20th Gran Cursa Ciclista Les Corts
(Barcelona, 90 km - 1.12.4)

1. DEMIGUEL, Eric (Spa - CAMPO DITEC-COS) (38.83 kph)
3. VILA, Jordi (Spa - CAMPO DITEC-COS)
5. BRUALLA, Oscar (Spa - MASSI)
6. SOLER, Jordi (Spa - EL DIARI)
10. PONT, Guillaume (Fra - YAWADOO-ABM-TV)
11. SOLA, Andoni (Spa - VIVEROS ALCANAR)
12. MUÑOZ, Joan Lluis (Spa - CAMPO DITEC-COS)
14. RIOS, Jonathan (Spa - MASSI)
15. CASAS, Sergi (Spa - CAMPO DITEC-COS)
16. FRANCO, Claudio (Spa - CAMPO DITEC-COS)
17. URO, Jordi (Spa - VIVEROS ALCANAR)
19. GARCIA, Antonio (Spa - CAFES BAQUE)
20. CARRILLO, Juan Carlos (Spa - BICI GRANDIA)
22. COSTA, Bernat (Spa - FREEBIKE E.C.P.)
23. DIEGUEZ, David (Spa - MASSI)
24. CARLES, Jaume Ramón (Spa - VIVEROS ALCANAR)
26. CATALA, Roger (Spa - FREEBIKE E.C.P.)
28. GOMEZ, Victor (And - AC ANDORRA)
29. UROZ, David (Spa - FREEBIKE E.C.P.)

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)

    Young Guns News Roundup #9 (03/29/2007)

  • Trofeo Mario Zanchi Francesco Ginanni
  • Gran Premio della Possenta Edoardo Costanzi
  • Gran Premio Liberazione - PREVIEW
  • Giro delle Regioni - PREVIEW
  • Tour de Normandie - Stage 1 Lars Boom
  • Tour de Normandie - Stage 2 Mattia Gavazzi
  • Tour de Normandie - Stage 3 Mattia Gavazzi
  • Tour de Normandie - Stage 4 Mattia Gavazzi
  • GP Waregem Enrico Montanari

    Young Guns News Roundup #10A (04/03/2007)

  • Trofeo Edil C Paolo Tomaselli
  • Trofeo Banca Popolare di Vicenza Manuel Belletti
  • Trofeo Alta Valle del Tevere Marco Stefani
  • Trofeo FPT Tapparo Sergey Rudaskov
  • Coppa Caduti di Reda Federico Vitali
  • Coppa Fiera di Mercatale Francesco Ginanni
  • Giro Valle d’Aosta - PREVIEW
  • Tour of Friuli Venezia Giulia - PREVIEW

    Young Guns News Roundup #10B (04/03/2007)

  • Tour de Normandie - Stage 5 Andrey Klyuev
  • Tour de Normandie - Stage 6 Kristof De Zutter
  • Tour de Normandie - Stage 7 Noan Lelarge
  • Tour de Normandie - Stage 8 Edvald Boasson Hagen
  • Tour de Normandie - Overall Martijn Maaskant
  • GP de Saint-Etienne Loire Jérémie Dérangère
  • Prix Gilbert Bousquet Piotr Zielinski
  • Boucles Guégonnaises Stéphane Bonsergent
  • Tour du Canton de Saint-Ciers - Stage 1 Yury Trofimov
  • Tour du Canton de Saint-Ciers - Stage 2 Gilles Canouet
  • Tour du Canton de Saint-Ciers - Overall Yury Trofimov
  • Boucles du Canton de Picquigny Franck Perque
  • Maillot des Jeunes #2 (Torigni-sur-Vire) Tomasz Olejnik
  • Annemasse-Bellegarde et Retour Jérémie Dérangère
  • GP Fêtes de Cénac & Saint-Julien Jean-Luc Delpech

    Young Guns News Roundup #10C (04/03/2007)

  • Memorial Valenciaga Mikel Nieve
  • GP Primavera Amorebieta Salvador Guardiola
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  • GP Portugal / Taças das Nações - Stage 2 Jonas Jörgensen
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