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hckosice

Road Cycling at the Summer Olympic Games 2016

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2 minutes ago, dcro said:

 

Decently up to date only if we ignore the flags they use for Hong Kong and Rwanda. :lol:

 

:lol:

Didn't notice that :p

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De_Gambassi    214
il y a 13 minutes, heywoodu a déclaré:

Zakarin was already in the plane but had to be taken off when UCI decided not to allow him to compete in Rio, ouch.

http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/zakarin-pulled-from-flight-to-rio-olympics-at-last-minute/

 

I see, the Russians are playing the victimhood card to absurdity. Everyone and his mother knew that Zakarin was not going to get the green light from UCI.

 

Russian sport is becoming less and less sympathic to my eyes.

 

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hckosice    1,429

In fact for me Zakarin is the only Russian athlete with a doping past that I'll personaly very miss in Rio. I really wished him to take part in this olympics. it is a pity.

 

 

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hckosice    1,429

Alexei Lutsenko of Kazakhstan will miss the olympics because a accident with a car :facepalm: KAZ NOC announced he´ll be replaced by Andrei Zeits in both mens road cycling olympics events

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heywoodu    2,362

Czech Petr Vakoc (?) had a bit of training with the Dutch guys today :p

 

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hckosice    1,429

A South Korean cyclist was slightly injured when he was hit by a car while training on the streets of Rio de Janeiro ahead of the Olympics Games which start on Friday, the federal traffic police said on Tuesday.

 

Kim Ok-cheol, 21, was struck by the rear view mirror of a car when he was training within the Tijuca national park in Rio and suffered scratches when he fell to the ground but did not need to be taken for treatment in hospital, police said.

 

"It was a minor incident with light scratches. He did not want to be taken to hospital," a spokesman for the traffic police, Jose Helio Macedo, told Reuters.

He said that police officers happened to be passing by the spot when the accident occurred. Traffic police will escort cyclists during the road race events.

 

The local organising committee, Rio 2016, said the accident was a minor event and Tuesday was not an official training day for cycling events.

 

Kim was a bronze medallist at this year's Asian championships in the team pursuit.

 

The men's road race even starts on Saturday.

 

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dcro    2,084

Thankfully our cyclists decided to train some 100km away outside of Rio (until Thursday). :)

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hckosice    1,429

Men's Road Race

Entry List

 

  1. :ALG Algeria - Abderrahmane Mansouri
  2. :ALG Algeria - Youcef Reguigui
  3. :ARG Argentina - Daniel Diaz
  4. :ARG Argentina - Maximiliano Richeze
  5. :ARG Argentina - Eduardo Sepulveda
  6. :AUS Australia - Scott Bowden
  7. :AUS Australia - Simon Clarke
  8. :AUS Australia - Rohan Dennis
  9. :AUS Australia - Richie Porte
  10. :AUT Austria - Stefan Denifl
  11. :AUT Austria - Georg Preidler
  12. :AZE Azerbaijan - Maksym Averin
  13. :BLR Belarus - Vasil Kiryienka
  14. :BLR Belarus - Kanstantsin Siutsou
  15. :BEL Belgium - Laurens De Plus
  16. :BEL Belgium - Philippe Gilbert
  17. :BEL Belgium - Serge Pauwels
  18. :BEL Belgium - Greg Van Avermaet
  19. :BEL Belgium - Tim Wellens
  20. :BOL Bolivia - Oscar Soliz
  21. :BRA Brazil - Murilo Fischer
  22. :BRA Brazil - Kleber Ramos
  23. :BUL Bulgaria - Stefan Hristov
  24. :CAN Canada - Antoine Duchesne
  25. :CAN Canada - Hugo Houle
  26. :CAN Canada - Michael Woods
  27. :CHI Chile - Jose Rodriguez
  28. :COL Colombia - Esteban Chavez
  29. :COL Colombia - Sergio Henao
  30. :COL Colombia - Miguel Lopez
  31. :COL Colombia - Jarlinson Pantano
  32. :COL Colombia - Rigoberto Uran
  33. :CRC Costa Rica - Andrey Amador
  34. :CRO Croatia - Kristijan Durasek
  35. :CRO Croatia - Matija Kvasina
  36. :CZE Czech Republic - Jan Barta
  37. :CZE Czech Republic - Leopold Konig
  38. :CZE Czech Republic - Zdenek Stybar
  39. :CZE Czech Republic - Petr Vakoc
  40. :DEN Denmark - Jakob Fuglsang
  41. :DEN Denmark - Christopher Juul Jensen
  42. :DEN Denmark - Chris Anker Sorensen
  43. :DOM Dominican Republic - Diego Milan
  44. :ECU Ecuador - Byron Guama
  45. :ERI Eritrea - Daniel Teklahaimanot
  46. :EST Estonia - Tanel Kangert
  47. :EST Estonia - Rein Taaramae
  48. :ETH Ethiopia - Tsgabo Grmay
  49. :FRA France - Julian Alaphilippe
  50. :FRA France - Warren Barguil
  51. :FRA France - Romain Bardet
  52. :FRA France - Alexis Vuillermoz
  53. :GER Germany - Emanuel Buchmann
  54. :GER Germany - Simon Geschke
  55. :GER Germany - Maximilian Levy
  56. :GER Germany - Tony Martin
  57. :GBR Great Britain - Steve Cummings
  58. :GBR Great Britain - Chris Froome
  59. :GBR Great Britain - Ian Stannard
  60. :GBR Great Britain - Geraint Thomas
  61. :GBR Great Britain - Adam Yates
  62. :GRE Greece - Ioannis Tamouridis
  63. :GUA Guatemala - Manuel Rodas
  64. :HKG Hong Kong - King Lok Cheung
  65. :IRI Iran - Ghader Mizbani
  66. :IRI Iran - Arvin Moazemi
  67. :IRI Iran - Mirsamad Pourseyedi
  68. :IRL Ireland - Daniel Martin
  69. :IRL Ireland - Nicolas Roche
  70. :ITA Italy - Fabio Aru
  71. :ITA Italy - Damiano Caruso
  72. :ITA Italy - Alessandro De Marchi
  73. :ITA Italy - Vincenzo Nibali
  74. :ITA Italy - Diego Rosa
  75. :JPN Japan -Yukiya Arashiro
  76. :JPN Japan - Kohei Uchima
  77. :KAZ Kazakhstan - Bakhtiyar Kozhatayev
  78. :KAZ Kazakhstan - Andrey Zeits
  79. :KOS Kosovo - Quendrim Guri
  80. :LAO Laos - Ariya Phounsavath
  81. :LAT Latvia - Aleksejs Saramotins
  82. :LAT Latvia - Toms Skujins
  83. :LTU Lithuania - Ignatas Konovalovas
  84. :LTU Lithuania - Ramunas Navardauskas
  85. :LUX Luxembourg - Frank Schleck
  86. :MEX Mexico - Luis Lemus
  87. :MAR Morocco - Anass Ait El-Abdia
  88. :MAR Morocco - Soufiane Haddi
  89. :MAR Morocco - Mouhssine Lahsaini
  90. :NAM Namibia - Dan Craven
  91. :NED Netherlands - Tom Dumoulin
  92. :NED Netherlands - Steven Kruijswijk
  93. :NED Netherlands - Wout Poels
  94. :NED Netherlands - Bauke Mollema
  95. :NZL New Zealand - George Bennett
  96. :NZL New Zealand - Zac Williams
  97. :NOR Norway - Edvald Boasson Haagen
  98. :NOR Norway - Sven Erik Bystrom
  99. :NOR Norway - Vegard Stake Laengen
  100. :NOR Norway - Lars Petter Nordhaug
  101. :POL Poland - Maciej Bodnar
  102. :POL Poland - Michal Golas
  103. :POL Poland - Michal Kwiatkowski
  104. :POL Poland - Rafal Majka
  105. :POR Portugal - Andre Cardoso
  106. :POR Portugal - Rui Costa
  107. :POR Portugal - Jose Mendes
  108. :POR Portugal - Nelson Oliveira
  109. :PUR Puerto Rico - Brian Babilonia
  110. :ROU Romania - Serghei Tvetcov
  111. :RUS Russia - Sergei Chernetckii
  112. :RUS Russia - Pavel Kochetkov
  113. :RUS Russia - Aleksei Kurbatov
  114. :RWA Rwanda - Adrien Niyonshuti
  115. :SRB Serbia - Ivan Stevic
  116. :SVK Slovakia - Patrik Tybor
  117. :SLO Slovenia - Matej Mohoric
  118. :SLO Slovenia - Jan Polanc
  119. :SLO Slovenia - Primoz Roglic
  120. :SLO Slovenia - Simon Spilak
  121. :RSA South Africa - Daryl Impey
  122. :RSA South Africa - Louis Meintjes
  123. :KOR South Korea - Kim Ok-Cheol
  124. :KOR South Korea - Seo Joon-Yong
  125. :ESP Spain - Jonathan Castroviejo
  126. :ESP Spain - Imanol Erviti
  127. :ESP Spain - Jon Izaguirre
  128. :ESP Spain - Joaquim Rodriguez
  129. :ESP Spain - Alejandro Valverde
  130. :SUI Switzerland - Michael Albasini
  131. :SUI Switzerland - Fabian Cancellara
  132. :SUI Switzerland - Steve Morabito
  133. :SUI Switzerland - Sebastian Reichenbach
  134. :TUN Tunisia - Ali Nouisri
  135. :TUR Turkey - Onur Balkan
  136. :TUR Turkey - Ahmet Orken
  137. :UKR Ukraine - Andrei Grivko
  138. :UKR Ukraine - Denys Kostyuk
  139. :UKR Ukraine - Andrii Khripta
  140. :UAE United Arab Emirates - Yousef Mohamed Mirza
  141. :USA United States - Brent Bookwalter
  142. :USA United States - Taylor Phinney
  143. :VEN Venezuela - Yonathan Monsalve
  144. :VEN Venezuela - Miguel Ubeto

 

Total Athletes  144

Total Nations  63

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