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Young Guns News Roundup #12C (04/18/2007)
 
By Fabio
Date: 4/18/2007
Young Guns News Roundup #12C (04/18/2007)
 

The third and last part of our report focuses on the most recent Italian young gun races, and a quite unusual weekend - and Tuesday afternoon – which saw the mighty Finauto come out strangely empty-handed, as much as a few riders not much (or not at all) in the limelight before finally enjoy some well-earned glory. The small English-speaking contingent in Italy had their slice of exposure too, mainly thanks to the Australian Ashley Humbert, but also due to Ben Greenwood's brave attitude.



One of the few one-day events for young guns in Italy having the start and the finishing lines in different places was held in the north-eastern corner of the nation this past Saturday: the 39th Medaglia d'Oro Bottecchia / 7th Gran Premio Italimm going from Trasaghis (Udine province) to Colle Umberto (Treviso province of Veneto) was won by the local rider Fabio Casotto, who opened his 2007 season account and gave the mighty Zalf Désirée Fior their fifth victory so far in the current season. He proved quickest in the three-man sprint ahead of the Filmop-Sorelle Ramonda-Parolin duo of Marcello Pavarin and Enrico Peruffo. The other top team from the Veneto region, Unione Ciclisti Trevigiani, did not hit the podium, as Mauro Colombera could just win the peloton battle for fourth place. The Gran Premio was first animated by a fourteen-man breakaway group that stayed clear for 90 kilometres, but the decisive move was made when Peruffo attacked on the Calvario slopes. Only his own team-mate and Casotto followed, and despite outnumbering Zalf, the Filmop guys proved unable to bring home the title. Zalf got two more guys in the top ten spots: Sacha Modolo took seventh and Daniel Oss had a solid comeback in the saddle as he snatched ninth.

39th M.O. Bottecchia / 7th GP Italimm
(Trasaghis to Colle Umberto, 126.7 km): Top 10 Places

1. Daniele Fabio Casotto (Ita - Zalf Desirèe Fior) - 02h42'36" (46.735 kph)
2. Marcello Pavarin (Ita - Filmop-Sorelle Ramonda-Parolin) - s.t.
3. Enrico Peruffo (Ita - Filmop-Sorelle Ramonda-Parolin) - at 03"
4. Mauro Colombera (Ita - UC Trevigiani-Dynamon) - at 12"
5. Paolo Corrà (Ita - Bibanese-Permac Brisot) - s.t.
6. Cristiano Fumagalli (Ita - Filmop-Sorelle Ramonda-Parolin) - s.t.
7. Sacha Modolo (Ita - Zalf-Desirèe Fior) - s.t.
8. Valentino Borghesi (Ita - Forniture Moro-Scott Spercenigo) - s.t.
9. Daniel Oss (Ita - Zalf-Desirèe Fior) - s.t.
10. Andrea Pinos (Ita - Basso Piave-TMS Spinazzè) - s.t.

Starters: 132. Finishers: 40.



The Aussies regained the top step on the podium in Italy. This time it was the turn of Ashley Humbert, winner of Saturday's 56th Coppa Romano Ballerini / 41st Trofeo Moscolari, a challenge of 152 km. - eight laps of a first circuit, followed by three laps of a final circuit featuring a difficult uphill rise to the line - on the outskirts of Bergamo (Lombardy). The race got off to a fast and furious start, with 51 kilometres covered in the first hour of racing. A solid group broke clear about forty kilometres into the stage, containing also Humbert's team-mate Christian Marietta, but their hopes got dashed as chasing efforts from the Finauto wonderteam proved successful.

A more significant move was made as the race hit the steep section in lap two of the final circuit: the Italian National U23 RR Champion Marco Cattaneo, aiming for his first victory of the season, went away solo, but a chase group of 24 riders – Humbert and Marietta included – formed. They kept the Pagnoncelli frontrunner within striking distance, and Ashley Humbert did the right thing in the last kilometre of the final climb as he closed the gap on the Italian and easily dumped him, powering to his own first win of the year, and Team Tata's second triumph. Julian Dario Atehortua showed the same climbing skills one can expect from a Colombian and took the runner-up spot, while poor Cattaneo couldn't place higher than sixth.

56th Coppa Romano Ballerini / 41st Trofeo Moscolari
(Boltiere, 152 km. - 1.12): Top 10 Places

1. Ashley Humbert (Aus - Team Tata) - 03h19'32" (45.707 kph)
2. Julian Dario Atehortua (Col - Caneva-San Marco-Concrete) - s.t.
3. Alessandro Bisolti (Ita - Saclà-SestoAuto-AB Isolanti) - s.t.
4. Chrisopther Bosio (Ita - Pagnoncelli-NGC Perrel) - s.t.
5. Andrey Zeits (Kaz - Kazakhstan NT) - s.t.
6. Marco Cattaneo (Ita - Pagnoncelli-NGC Perrel) - s.t.
7. Roman Kireyev (Kaz - Kazakhstan NT) - s.t.
8. Sergey Rudaskov (Rus - Gavardo Tecmor) - s.t.
9. Simone Stortoni (Ita - Finauto-Neri-Lucchini) - s.t.
10. Davide Ricci Bitti (Ita - Finauto-Neri-Lucchini) - s.t.

Starters: 120. Finishers: 45.



Revenge is a dish better served piping hot sometimes. It didn't take longer than one day for Marco Cattaneo to take his own revenge on Humbert; the current holder of the tricolore jersey could finally open his season account as he beat the Aussie in one of the most prestigious single-day classics running in northern Italy: the Milano-Tortona, that reached its 62nd edition Sunday as 179 riders made their way from the nation's second city to the home roads of Il Campionissimo Fausto Coppi.

After all previous moves were chased down, Cattaneo put in a strong solo attack, and this one proved to be the good one. The orange warrior of Pagnoncelli attacked on the Boffalora climb, not far from the Campionissimo's hometown Castellania, about 18 km from the finish, quickly putting twenty seconds into his closest challengers, and not even Humbert could keep him from having his day in the sun; the Aussie, race winner here two years ago, had to be content with winning the bunch sprint of seven chasers for place number two at ten seconds. The Colombians made the podium again, courtesy of Rafael Infantino Abreu, while Pagnoncelli got also Luca Gasparini in the top spots.

The Pagnoncellis scored at Tortona for the fourth time, and the second year in a row as Enrico Rossi clinched victory twelve months ago, albeit in truly different weather conditions. ''I'm happy as I'm in good form and managed to take the win in a race I like a lot, whose parcours suits my skills. I struggled while riding into the wind in the last part of the race, but this makes the joy double. I knew that I was going to make the gap in the ascent, but it was not easy for Humbert and Infantino were always on my heels'' Cattaneo commented after his success.

62nd Milano-Tortona (133 km): Top 10 Places
1. Marco Cattaneo (Ita - Pagnoncelli-NGC Perrel) - 03h02' (43.846 kph)
2. Ashley Humbert (Aus - Team Tata) - at 10"
3. Rafael Infantino Abreu (Col - Podenzano-Italfine-Tecninox) - s.t.
4. Luca Gasparini (Ita - Pagnoncelli-NGC Perrel) - at 15"
5. Andrius Buividas (Lit - Feralpi) - s.t.
6. Andry Buchko (Ukr - Progetto Ciclismo-OTC) - s.t.
7. Luciano Brindelli (Ita - Tad-Pharma Named) - s.t.
8. Massimiliano Turco (Ita - Podenzano-Italfine-Tecninox) - s.t.
9. Maurizio Anzalone (Ita - Velo Club Mendrisio) - at 01'31"
10. Marco Giani (Ita - Velo Club Mendrisio) - s.t.

Starters: 179. Finishers: 84.



The Treviso area played host to another race finish this weekend. In fact it was the town of Col San Martino, homeland of the 12th Memorial Danilo Furlan won by the young Italian Manuel Belletti. Similarly to what Cattaneo accomplished at Tortona, the Unione Ciclisti Trevigiani didn't waste the chance to take immediate revenge on the guys that made them unhappy the day before, as Belletti beat Zalf's appointed fastman to the line in a very close (a glance at the photofinish was needed) sprint.

Waiting to join the pro ranks at Lampre in the month of August, Simone Ponzi is getting one top result after another in the young gun scene; he has notched up a couple wins as well as three second place finishes thus far. Stefano Basso climbed the race podium for the second time in three years, while a rookie from Romania called Andrei Nechita pulled off a surprise fourth place finish ahead of Derik Zampedri (at this turn making the top five - and being unable to make the podium – for the third time in a row). Mauro Finetto (Filmop) had a shot at making the gap as the going got hilly late in the race; Cristiano Monguzzi (Cremonese-Arvedi) and Gianluca Brambilla for the mighty Zalf countered his move and later dropped him. But their advantage at the summit of the last ascent was way too small (14 seconds) for them to make it to the line. Hard efforts from the chase group were fruitful, while a very last move from Poland's Lukasz Bodnar was not. So it all came to a bunch sprint of about 40 legs, and Belletti's just proved the quickest ones.

12th Memorial Danilo Furlan (Caerano San Marco, 149.8 km - 1.13)
Top 10 Places

1. Manuel Belletti (Ita - UC Trevigiani Dynamon) - 03h39'26" (40.06 kph)
2. Simone Ponzi (Ita - Zalf-Désirée Fior) - s.t.
3. Stefano Basso (Ita - Marchiol-Famila Ima-Liquigas) - s.t.
4. Andrei Nechita (Rom - Molino di Ferro-Giorgione) - s.t.
5. Derik Zampedri (Ita - Zalf-Désirée Fior) - s.t.
6. Mauro Finetto (Ita - Filmop-Sorelle Ramonda-Parolin) - s.t.
7. Andrea Vaccher (Ita - Tms CoMetFer) - s.t.
8. Efrem Salvi (Ita - UC Cremasca) - s.t.
9. Salvatore Mancuso (Ita - UC Cremasca) - s.t.
10. Evgeny Rashetko (Rus - Eurobike) - s.t.

Huge Photo Gallery of the race HERE



It's never too late to celebrate a birthday. Especially if the birthday gift you get is a great success in a prestigious single-day classic in Tuscany. All of the above was especially true in the case of Roberto Cesaro, a rider from the South of Italy - but living in Tuscany over the past four years - who turned 21 Thursday and clinched victory Sunday in the 35th Gran Premio Fratelli Bagnoli, run by the Maltinti Lampadari Solgomma team.

One hundred thirty guys from the Elite-2 and U23 classes contested the event, which ended in a bunch sprint; Thomas Bertolini tried to score another victory for the legendary Finauto team as he attacked 800m from the line. It was not a timely move though; Cesaro and five more riders got past him in the last hundred metres and Cesaro earned his first victory since he switched from Gruppo Sportivo Mastromarco Sensi Vangi to the Cargo Compass Albatros squad a few weeks ago. Another young fastman to watch out for, Francesco Lasca, and his Bedogni team-mate Massimo Pirrara completed the podium.

35th GP Fratelli Bagnoli Trigonon (Empoli, 98.7 km)
Top 10 Places

1. Roberto Cesaro (Ita - Cargo Compass Albatros) - 02h12’ (45.089 kph)
2. Francesco Lasca (Ita - Bedogni-Gruppo Praga-Natalini)
3. Massimo Pirrara (Ita - Bedogni-Gruppo Praga-Natalini)
4. Salvatore Dorio (Ita - Gragnano Petroli Firenze)
5. Siarhei Papok (Ita - Mastromarco Sensi Vangi)
6. Thomas Bertolini (Ita - Finauto-Neri Lucchini-Zoccorinese)
7. Pierpaolo De Negri (Ita - Finauto-Neri Lucchini-Zoccorinese)
8. Konstantin Volik (Uzb - SC Etruria Ciaponi Edilizia)
9. Siarhei Zatonenka (Blr - Sestese)
10. Nikita Eskov (Rus - Valdarno)

Starters: 131. Finishers: 80.



The Romagna area of Italy had its slice of young gun bike racing this weekend with the 19th Gran Premio Camon, attended by 108 cyclists at San Bernardino di Lugo - near Ravenna - in a sunny Sunday. The race was featured by a flurry of attacks, with countless riders getting some exposure, until a breakaway group of ten formed. It was down to nine men as unfortunately (for him) Carlo Rebellin of Unione Ciclisti Trevigiani-Dynamon had a flat at the worst time possible. The nine other fugitives were not going to be brought back however, and they eventually took all top nine spots in the race. Winner of the close battle for line honours was local favourite Federico Vitali, that notched up his second win of the season (see also our Coppa Caduti di Reda report in our roundup #10A) as he pipped Marco Frapporti and Davide Battistella on the line. Vitali made a powerful move in the last thousand metres and Frapporti could pass him … only one second after they crossed the line.

19th Gran Premio Camon (San Bernardino di Lugo, 156.2 km – 1.12)
Top 10 Places

1. Federico Vitali (Ita - Fausto Coppi-Gazzera Videa) - 03h49'45" (40.792 kph)
2. Marco Frapporti (Ita - Cremonese-Arvedi-Unidelta)
3. Davide Battistella (Ita - Futura Team-Matricardi)
4. Mauro Colombera (Ita - UC Trevigiani-Dynamon)
5. Paolo Tomaselli (Ita - GS 93 Promosport)
6. Alan Marangoni (Ita - Fausto Coppi-Gazzera Videa)
7. Denis Farkhutdinov (Rus - Parmense)
8. Pavel Kochetkov (Rus - Russian NT)
9. Alessandro Bianchin (Ita - GS 93 Promosport)
10. Lorenzo Rocchi (Ita - Sergio Dal Fiume)



The small town of Cantalice, perched on the hills about 60 miles to the east of Rome, was crime scene of the 24th Gran Premio Madonna delle Grazie, named after a local sanctuary, And also of the second place finish of Ben Greenwood; the British rider who stormed into the limelight as U23 national road champion and recently moved to the Tuscany-based team Bedogni-Natalini-Gruppo Praga attacked on the final climb to the line, and caught and dumped previous solo leader Davide D’Angelo, but could not match the power of Fabio Taborre, a young gun from the Abruzzo region racing with the Velo Club Aran World-Cucine BLS-Cantina Tollo outfit. D'Angelo made his move, along with Ciro Santoro and Fabio Terrenzio, while taking in the Cantalice climb for the penultimate time; he later dropped the two guys by his wheels, but could not keep Fabio Taborre - who is not new to showcasing his abilities – at bay, and eventually had to surrender also the runner-up spot to the excellent Brit. Julian David Muñoz Giraldo of Colombia rode to another solid result.

GP Madonna delle Grazie (Cantalice, 127 km): Top 10 Places
1. Fabio Taborre (Ita - VC Aran World Cantina Tollo) - 03h04' (41.413 kph)
2. Ben Greenwood (GBR - Bedogni-Natalini-Gruppo Praga) - at 15"
3. Davide D'Angelo (Ita - Monturano Civitanova Cascinare) - at 35"
4. Damiano Caruso (Ita - GS Mastromarco) - s.t.
5. Julian David Muñoz Giraldo (Col - Massi Team) - s.t.
6. Julian Dario Atehortua (Col - San Marco-Concrete-Caneva) - s.t.
7. Paolo Ciavatta (Ita - Futura Team Matricardi) - s.t.
8. Luis Pulido Naranjo (Col - SC Centri della Calzatura) - s.t.
9. Stefano Formichetti (Ita - Sestese) - s.t.
10. Damiano Fichera (Ita - GS Mastromarco) - s.t.

Starters: 117. Finishers: 34.



The Class of 1982 Strikes Again, Part One. Three days after powering to glory in the Coppa Ballerini, and two days after coming close to another great victory, the Australian Ashley Humbert, born on February 19th 1982, hit the top of the podium of an Italian race again. This time around it was the Trofeo Pizzeria Rosalpina, a 127 kilometre event sponsored by a local pizzeria and going from of Riva del Garda, a town along the northern shore of the Garda Lake, to Trento, with the former professional rider Mariano Piccoli as race organiser. And with the uphill finish atop the steep Novaline climb (distance: 5 km.; max. gradient: up to 15%).

One hundred twelve riders contested the event, but the leaderboard was dominated by Team Tata guys, as the Italian squad got three men in the top four spots: Humbert as winner, Alessandro Raisoni (Ivan Basso's cousin) on the lowest step of the podium, and Cristian Marietta in fourth. The only intruder there was the Colombian Julian Dario Atehortua, a.k.a. Humbert's favourite victim, as he was runner-up to the Aussie for the second time in a row.

Team Tata made their intentions to steal the show clear since the early stages of the race, with their "flatlanders" Aristide Ratti, Daniele Perinetto and Gianluca Massano doing their best to keep the bunch together, getting some cooperation from Atehortua's teammates. They took a different, more aggressive attitude as the race hit the Trento circuit of 7.2 km., encompassing one climb. And as they went on the final ascent to the line, where a lead group of some ten riders formed, containing Humbert, Raisoni and Marietta, we were given the opportunity to enjoy a display of perfect teamwork: Basso's cousin that attacked first, and when his move was covered, it was Marietta's turn to try and ride clear. The latter didn't stop cranking up the pace either when he was chased down; he was setting things up for Humbert, who came into action with just 1,500 metres to be covered. Only the Colombian would follow the Aussie, but no way the man from the Andes could have better sprinting legs than his colleague. Needless to say, the Team Tata crew took home also the Best Team title.

13th Trofeo Pizzeria Rosalpina (Riva del Garda to Trento, 127 km)
Top 10 Places

1. Ashley Humbert (Aus - Team Tata) (43.167 kph)
2. Julian Dario Atehortua (Col - Caneva-San Marco-Concrete)
3. Alessandro Raisoni (Ita - Team Tata)
4. Cristian Marietta (Ita - Team Tata)
5. Derik Zampedri (Ita - Zalf-Desirèe Fior)
6. Gianluca Brambilla (Ita - Zalf-Desirèe Fior)
7. Cesare Benedetti (Ita - Gavardo-Tecmor)
8. Alessandro Bisolti (Ita - Saclà-SestoAuto-AB Isolanti)
9. Stefano Usai (Ita - Saclà-SestoAuto-AB Isolanti)
10. Fabrizio Galeazzi (Ita - UC Trevigiani-Dynamon)

Starters: 112. Finishers: 82.



The Class of 1982 Strikes Again, Part Two. If Ashley Humbert scored for the second time in a couple days, Federico Vitali, born in the same year, responded in a similar fashion: the young gun from Ravenna, who had made it two Sunday, put in another superb sprint today and scored his own hat-trick of victories in the current season. Vitali's new hunting territory went under the name of Montanino di Reggiolo, a small place near Florence in Tuscany that played host to the 47th Gran Premio Montanino.

Such race featured an earlier breakaway of a dozen riders that went away on the Cascia di Reggello climb, and was followed by a five-man attempt containing Ben Greenwood as well as the Finauto pair of Davide Ricci Bitti and Simone Stortoni, plus fellow Italians Alberto Contoli and Daniele Troian. The same Stortoni tried to solo away as the going got hilly again, but this is not a good period for the Scinto-ists, and the peloton regrouped 10 km from the finish. Ricci Bitti and Mirco Battaglini (Mastromarco Chianti Sensi-Vangi) made one last attempt with the line just 7 km. away, but they couldn't go far either. Chasing efforts from the Filmop-led peloton (the Venetian team was working for leader Enrico Peruffo) came to fruition, and not even the National U23 ITT Champion Alan Marangoni had legs good enough for his last kilometre move to prosper.

He was swallowed up by the first group, with some 30 riders inside, about 50m from the line in a dramatic finish. But the guys at his team Fausto Coppi-Gazzera are perhaps not too upset about it, as their #1 dangerman in the race was a certain Federico Vitali, who did not disappoint: the boy started the sprint first, and held off both Paolo Centra and Enrico Peruffo, who at his turn added a new podium place finish to his collection, to claim victory.

47th Gran Premio Montanino (Reggello, 132 km)
Top 6 Places

1. Federico Vitali (Ita - Fausto Coppi-Gazzera Videa) - 03h10’ (41.684 kph)
2. Paolo Centra (Ita - Team Futura Matricardi) - s.t.
3. Enrico Peruffo (Ita - Filmop-Sorelle Ramonda-Parolin) - s.t.
4. Roberto Cesaro (Ita - Cargo Compass Albatros) - s.t.
5. Nikita Eskov (Rus - Valdarno Prebeton Wega) - s.t.
6. Marco Stefani (Ita - Maltinti-Solgomma) - s.t.



Races and Winners

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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • Trofeo Guerrita Jesús Buendia
  • Subida a la Sierra de los Califas José Luis Roldan
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  • 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
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  • Circuito di San Urbano Jacopo Guarnieri
  • Piccola Coppa Agostoni Luca Zanderigo
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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • Istrian Spring Trophy Edvald Boasson Hagen (Overall)

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  • Trofeo Antonietto Rancilio Matteo Scaroni
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  • GP Calzifici e Calzaturifici Stabbiesi Enrico Montanari
  • Souvenir Louison Bobet Nikolas Cotret
  • Paris-Troyes Yuri Trofimov
  • Nantes-Segré Kévin Cherruault
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  • Circuit du Morbihan / Trophée Jean Floc'h Guillaume Le Floc'h
  • Trofeo Iberdrola Andrés Avelino Antuña
  • Memorial Pedro Zamora / GP Bahía Mazarrón Jaume Rovira
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  • Coppa Caduti Buscatesi Alessandro Formentelli
  • Coppa del Grano Enrico Magazzini
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    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
  • GP Portugal / Taças das Nações - Stage 1 Francesco Ginanni
  • GP Portugal / Taças das Nações - Stage 2 Jonas Jörgensen
  • GP Portugal / Taças das Nações - Stage 3 Victor Rodrigues
  • GP Portugal / Taças das Nações - Overall Victor Rodrigues
  • GP Valloton Sven Schelling

    Young Guns News Roundup #11 (04/05/2007)

  • Grand Prix U Mikaël Chérel
  • 2 Jours Leclerc des Olonnes - Stage 1 Alexandre Bousseau
  • 2 Jours Leclerc des Olonnes - Stage 2 (TTT) Vendée U
  • 2 Jours Leclerc des Olonnes - Stage 3 Sylvain Georges
  • 2 Jours Leclerc des Olonnes - Overall Alexandre Bousseau
  • Triptyques des Monts & Chateaux - PREVIEW

    Young Guns News Roundup #12A (04/16/2007)

  • Circuit des Ardennes - Stage 1 Bert Oegema
  • Circuit des Ardennes - Stage 2 Tomas Buchacek
  • Circuit des Ardennes - Stage 3 Tony Martin
  • Circuit des Ardennes - Stage 4 Rein Taaramae
  • Circuit des Ardennes - Overall Jérôme Coppel
  • Volta a A Coruña - Stage 1 Sergio Domínguez
  • Volta a A Coruña - Stage 2 José A. Carrasco
  • Volta a A Coruña - Stage 3 José Luís Ruiz Cubillo
  • Volta a A Coruña - Overall Alexandre Paleo
  • Ronda al Maestrazgo - Stage 1 Francisco José González
  • Ronda al Maestrazgo - Stage 2 (TTT) Comunidad Valenciana-CCN
  • Ronda al Maestrazgo - Stage 3 David Gutiérrez
  • Ronda al Maestrazgo - Overall Francisco José González

    Young Guns News Roundup #12B (04/17/2007)

  • Tour du Charolais Thierry Hupond
  • Dijon-Auxonne-Dijon Alexandr Pliuschin
  • GP Fêtes de Coux et Bigaroque Grzegorz Kwiatkowski
  • Redon-Redon Guillaume Judas
  • Paris-Roubaix Junior Fabien Taillefer
  • Gran Premio Cuéllar Carlos Capitán
  • Trofeo Monjardín Villatuerta Andrey Amador
  • Trofeo Eusebio Vélez Fabricio Ferrari
  • Gran Cursa Ciclista Les Corts Eric de Miguel

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