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  1. Spaceboy The Team Shaun davel Ride for form 19/07/2007 till end off 2008 is PRO CYCLING TEAM AMORE & VITA - McDonald's ( ITALY ) it is a Continental Pro Team in ITALY..<?: prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /> But a speak to him after is Wen on Sat at the Telkom and he set to me he is Not Going back to the Team goes he can?t get a year visa to stay in ITALY and Race there for one year so, IT is a BIG STEP back in his cycling for him?.
  2. WELL DONE SHAUN THIS IS THE BEGINNING OFF I LOT OFF BIG WENS TO COME?.
  3. Boonen's cocaine positive causing stir http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos/2008/may08/belgium08/belgium085/DSC_0143tn.jpg Paris-Roubaix champion Tom Boonen, one of Belgium's biggest idols, is standing in hot water following the confirmation of a positive anti-doping control for cocaine on May 25. Though the control will likely not involve a suspension, it does not make it easy on the 27 year-old's Quick Step team, who are in the hunt for a new sponsor. The test results, controlled by the Vlaamse Gemeeenschap (Flemish Community), were confirmed and will be sent to World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and the International Cycling Union (UCI). Cocaine is forbidden within races, but as the control was taken three days before the start of the Tour of Belgium, where Boonen went on to win the final stage, he is likely to avoid a racing ban. Even though the Vlaamse Gemeeenschap will not issue a suspension, the UCI could impose a stop of up to two years. It was reported that Boonen's parents' and girlfriend's homes were searched by police, and it is confirmed now that the authorities did not find any banned products. < =text/> Is Boonen ? winner of two editions of the Paris-Roubaix and Ronde van Vlaanderen, and the 2005 World Championship title ? too much of a liability as Team Manager Patrick Lefevere hunts for a new financial supporter? The team and Boonen are meeting today in light of the recent news and more details are expected soon.
  4. Final general classification 1 Robert Radosz (Pol) Intel - Action 26.40.48 2 Roman Klimov (Rus) Russian National Team 0.28 3 Pascal Hungerbuehler (Swi) Swiss National Team 0.33 4 Kazuya Okazaki (Jpn) Nippo Corporation - Meitan Honpo Co LTD - Asada 5 Haijun Ma (Chn) China Skoda Team 0.37 6 Miyataka Shimizu (Jpn) Nippo Corporation - Meitan Honpo Co LTD - Asada 0.40 7 Shaun Davel (RSA) Amore & Vita-McDonald's 0.42 8 Peter John Herzig (Aus) FRF Couriers - NSWIS 9 Marcin Osinski (Pol) Intel - Action 0.46 10 Alexandr Dyachenko (Kaz) Kazakhstan National Team 0.50 11 Blazej Janiaczyk (Pol) Intel - Action 0.53 12 Waylon Woolcock (RSA) Republic of South Africa 0.55 13 Chris Jory (Aus) FRF Couriers - NSWIS 0.56 14 Wang Yip Tang (HKg) Hong Kong Pro Cycling 0.57 15 Ghader Mizbani Iranagh (IRI) Giant Asia Racing Team 0.58 16 Thijs Zonneveld (Ned) Discovery Channel Marco Polo Team 1.01 17 Robert Lyte (Aus) FRF Couriers - NSWIS 1.06 18 Sergey Firsanov (Rus) Russian National Team 1.14 19 Jeremy Maartens (RSA) Republic of South Africa 1.15 20 Rongxi Zou (Chn) China Skoda Team 1.20 21 Dmytro Novosad (Ukr) Ukraine Neri Sottoli Team 1.36 22 Vladimir Likhachev (Rus) Russian National Team 1.42 23 Paul Griffin (Irl) Giant Asia Racing Team 1.44 24 Mikhail Antonov (Rus) Russian National Team 25 Yilin Liu (Chn) Discovery Channel Marco Polo Team 1.50 26 Sven Schelling (Swi) Swiss National Team 2.12 27 Duncan Viljoen (RSA) Republic of South Africa 2.43 28 Kazuki Inoue (Jpn) Nippo Corporation - Meitan Honpo Co LTD - Asada 2.44 29 Bartosz Huzarski (Pol) Intel - Action 2.46 30 Herwin Jaya (Ina) Polygon Sweet Nice Team 2.57 31 Chun Kai Feng (Tpe) Chinese Taipei Team 3.38 32 Christopher Stevenson (Swe) Amore & Vita-McDonald's 3.43 33 Chun Hing Chan (HKg) Hong Kong Pro Cycling 3.57 34 Sergey Kudentsov (Rus) Discovery Channel Marco Polo Team 4.10 35 Bold-erdene Boldbaatar (Mgl) Mongolian National Team 4.51 36 Yasuharu Nakajima (Jpn) Nippo Corporation - Meitan Honpo Co LTD - Asada 8.18 37 Denis Sosnovshchenko (Rus) Russian National Team 8.33 38 Michael Sowerby (RSA) Republic of South Africa 11.01 39 Edmunds John Hollands (Aus) Discovery Channel Marco Polo Team 11.44 40 Kuan Hua Lai (Tpe) Chinese Taipei Team 13.55 41 Alexandr Shushemoin (Kaz) Kazakhstan National Team 14.15 42 Guillaume Bourgeois (Swi) Swiss National Team 14.31 43 Hossein Askari (IRI) Giant Asia Racing Team 14.32 44 Jai Crawford (Aus) Giant Asia Racing Team 14.33 45 Andriy Vasulyuk (Ukr) Ukraine Neri Sottoli Team 14.37 46 Zabava Vyacheslav (Ukr) Ukraine Neri Sottoli Team 14.51 47 Hari Fitrianto (Ina) Polygon Sweet Nice Team 14.55 48 Vadim Vdovinov (Kaz) Kazakhstan National Team 15.17 49 Ahad Kazemisari (IRI) Giant Asia Racing Team 15.31 50 Fabian Krienb?hl (Swi) Swiss National Team 15.48 51 Jianhua Ji (Chn) China Skoda Team 15.49 52 Muhamad Rauf Nur Nisbah (Mas) Malaysia National Team 16.41 53 Tuguldur Tuulkhangai (Mgl) Mongolian National Team 16.42 54 Anatoliy Kashtan (Ukr) Ukraine Neri Sottoli Team 16.47 55 Kin San Wu (HKg) Hong Kong Pro Cycling 16.55 56 Abdullah Rizza Pahlavi (Ina) Polygon Sweet Nice Team 17.03 57 Llya Chernyshov (Kaz) Kazakhstan National Team 17.12 58 Giorgi Nadiradze (Geo) Georgian National Team 17.31 59 Baoqing Song (Chn) China Skoda Team 17.38 60 Piotr Chmielewski (Pol) Intel - Action 17.40 61 Gang Xu (Chn) Hong Kong Pro Cycling 18.17 62 Mykhaylo Kononenko (Ukr) Ukraine Neri Sottoli Team 18.27 63 Peter Andres (Swi) Swiss National Team 18.58 64 Yan Dong Xing (Chn) Discovery Channel Marco Polo Team 19.12 65 Ahmad Haidar Anuarwar (Mas) Malaysia National Team 21.00 66 Mohammed Fauzan Ahmad Lutfi (Mas) Malaysia National Team 21.02 67 Mohammed Zamri Salxeh (Mas) Malaysia National Team 22.30 68 Jenis Galimzyanov (Rus) Russian National Team 22.45 69 Archil Makharashvili (Geo) Georgian National Team 22.48 70 Vyacheslav Dyadichkin (Kaz) Polygon Sweet Nice Team 23.18 71 Luke Cridland (Aus) FRF Couriers - NSWIS 23.23 72 Suhardi Hassan (Mas) Malaysia National Team 25.38 73 Graziano Gasparre (Ita) Amore & Vita-McDonald's 25.39 74 Bogdan Bondariew (Ukr) Intel - Action 26.28 75 Andrey Bozhko (Kaz) Kazakhstan National Team 29.32 76 Long Jin (Chn) China Skoda Team 35.25 77 Garth Thomas (RSA) Republic of South Africa 43.05 78 Kakhaber Loseurashvili (Geo) Georgian National Team 45.24 79 Christian Rocha (Swi) Swiss National Team 49.48 80 Brendan Brooks (Aus) FRF Couriers - NSWIS 51.37 81 Alexandr Kozyrenko (Kaz) Kazakhstan National Team 1.16.46
  5. Surely his Bianchi's set-up was in place, but that was the very reason he got fired, he didn't ride a Schwinn bike.
  6. We know by now that Schwinn didn't had time trial bikes for the guys, can you imagine if Hanco could have had Shaun's bike what he's time would have been. Schwinn cost Hanco his third won in the SA TT
  7. Knorrie, maybe you should have asked, who didn't want Shaun to ride the TT? Surely if you get fired 20-minutes before your TT starts and there is no time for bike set-up, Shaun had no other choice but to cover all stickers on his Bianchi, get into neutral clothes and do his ride.
  8. Breeze YOU'VE SAID IT ALL IT'S WHO YOU KNOW AND NOT WHAT YOUR ARE. QUOSTION ANSWERED.
  9. Big H. bly net waar jy is. As jy oorsee is vir fietsry, bly net waar jy is. S.A fietsry is 'n klug. Jy is bevoorreg om daar te wees. Hier moet jy behoorlik gatkruip en die regte ouens ken. Los Sammajoor uit, hy is hier, ek wil glo hy weet wat aangaan. Nog 'n ding, ek is nie een van die ouens wat al gevat is vir 'n ride, ek is een van die ouens wat dit probeer STOP. Ek glo S.A fietsry is een helse klug. Ek behoort te weet waarvan ek praat, en is immers aangestel om al die k.... uit te sort. Kom ons kyk na die Morokko results, ek hoop jy sal dan man genoeg wees om te erken dit was 'n fout.
  10. Obviously Big H you're one of the guys that just except the changes lately being done in selected teams. When is this going to stop. First of all Nolan hoffman was taken out of the team to make way for Mike. There is NO comparrisson between Hoffman and Mike. Is this a matter of "who knows who" - Secondly it's becoming the norm to change selected riders, after it's being published, for specific tours. Look at the results of last year's Morokko. Who featured? In my eyes Mike is a rookie, not a bad rider, but really, its's not the type of race to put a guy in without ANY exsperience. What is it going to take for Hoffman to get into a team without ignorance selectors. This really has got to stop, it's negative and exstemely demotivated for any rider to be selected, and to read, he's out. Sorry to say my friend, it seems you haven't been in that situation, so shut your big mouth.
  11. Seven out of seven for Harmony/SchwinnPosted on 18 May 2007 - 10:46 http://images.supersport.co.za/MichaelSowerbyMay07180.jpgThe Harmony/Schwinn Pro Men?s Team have managed to achieve a remarkable SA National Team representation, by having all seven riders being selected for various tours and events around the world for the National Squad, in 2007 alone. The latest edition being Michael Sowerby, who has been selected for the SA National Team for the Tour of Morocco, taking place from the 8th ? 17th June 2007. He will be joining teammate, Hanco Kachelhoffer, as well as Jeremy Maartens, Chris Willemse (both CSC/Marcello) and Jaco Venter, Johan Rabie from Exel. Durwan Benjamin and Paul Minnaar will be representing South Africa at the UCI B World Champs in Cape Town, at the end of June. Hanco Kachelhoffer has just recently returned from a European campaign with the under-23 National Team, where they were racing the under-23 Nations Cup. Juan van Heerden returns this weekend from Europe after a short stint with the under-23 team. The team will be at the South African National Road and Time Trial Champs, which are being held in Bloemfontein, from the 31st of May to 3rd of June.
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