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Simon Pellaud
Simon Pellaud
Simon Pellaud
(born November 6, 1992) is a Swiss cyclist who rides for UCI Continental
UCI Continental
Team Illuminate.[1] He was named in the start list for the 2015 Vuelta a España.[2]Contents1 Career achievements1.1 Major results 1.2 Grand Tour general classification results timeline2 ReferencesCareer achievements[edit] Major results[edit]2010 1st Tour de Berne juniors 2013 1st National Under-23 Road Race Championships 3rd Paris-Chauny 2014 4th La Côte Picarde 2016 Combativity award Stage 3 Vuelta a España 2017 1st Stage 2, Tour of Rwanda[3]Grand Tour general classification results timeline[edit]Grand Tour 2015 2016 Giro d'Italia — — Tour de France — — Vuelta a España 119 105Legend— Did not competeDNF Did not finishReferences[edit]^ "Simon Pellaud". Retrieved 20 February 2015.  ^ "Vuelta a España 2015". Cycling Fever
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Atlas Personal-Jakroo
Atlas Personal–Jakroo was a Swiss UCI Continental cycling team that was founded in 2007 and disbanded in 2013.[1] The team was based in Germany for the 2007 season, but moved to Switzerland in 2008. References[edit]^ "Atlas Personal–Jakroo". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 27 October 2016. This cycling team article is a stub
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UCI Continental
The UCI Continental Circuits
UCI Continental Circuits
are continental circuits for a series of road bicycle racing competitions since 2005. The five circuits (each representing Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe
Europe
and Oceania continents) are inferior to the UCI World Tour. Both the World Tour and the Continental Circuits comprise a series of races in which various cycling teams compete regularly
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Paris-Chauny
Paris–Chauny is a one-day cycling race held in France. It was first held in 1922 and has been part of the UCI Europe Tour in category 1.2 since 2015.[1] Winners (since 2015)[edit]Rider Team2015 BEL ! Vantomme, MaximeMaxime Vantomme (BEL) Roubaix–Lille Métropole2016 BEL ! Bouvry, DieterDieter Bouvry (BEL) Roubaix–Métropole Européenne de Lille2017 FRA ! Boudat, ThomasThomas Boudat (FRA) Direct ÉnergieReferences[edit]^ "2015 Paris-Chauny (1.2)". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 1 May 2016. External links[edit]Official websiteThis cycling race-related article is a stub
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La Côte Picarde
La Côte Picarde is a professional cycling race held annually in Picardy, France
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Tour Of Rwanda
Tour of Rwanda
Rwanda
is a cycling event created in 1988 and based in Rwanda. The event is a Cycling stage race
Cycling stage race
that is organized by the Rwanda Cycling Federation (FERWACY). The event has been part of the UCI Africa Tour (category 2.2) since 2009
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Grand Tour (cycling)
In road bicycle racing, a Grand Tour refers to one of the three major European professional cycling stage races: Tour de France, Giro d'Italia and Vuelta a España. Collectively they are termed the Grand Tours, and all three races are similar in format being multi-week races with daily stages
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General Classification In The Giro D'Italia
The general classification in the Giro d'Italia
Giro d'Italia
is the most important classification of the Giro d'Italia, which determines who is the overall winner. It is therefore considered more important than secondary classifications as the points classification or the mountains classification. Since 1931, the leader of the general classification is identified by a pink jersey (Italian: maglia rosa [ˈmaʎʎa ˈrɔza]).[1] In the first editions of the Giro d'Italia, a points system was used for the calculation of the general classification, but since 1914 a time system is used. All stage results are added together, taking into account time bonuses for high finishes and intermediate sprints, and time penalties for breaking the rules. The color pink was chosen because La Gazzetta dello Sport, the sports newspaper that created the Giro, was printed on pink paper
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General Classification In The Tour De France
 Jacques Anquetil (FRA)  Eddy Merckx (BEL)  Bernard Hinault (FRA)  Miguel Indurain (ESP)5 winsMost recent   Chris Froome
Chris Froome
 (GBR)The general classification is the most important classification, the one by which the winner of the Tour de France
Tour de France
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General Classification In The Vuelta A España
The Vuelta a España
Vuelta a España
is an annual road bicycle race. Established in 1935 by the Spanish newspaper Informaciones, the Vuelta is one of cycling's three "Grand Tours", along with the Tour de France
Tour de France
and the Giro d'Italia.[1] Initially, the race was held in April/May, but in 1995 it was moved to September.[2] The race usually covers approximately 3,500 kilometres (2,200 mi), although this has varied, passing through Spain
Spain
and countries with a close proximity in Europe.[3] The race is broken into day-long segments called stages. Individual finishing times for each stage are totalled to determine the overall winner at the end of the race. The course changes every year, but has traditionally finished in Madrid.[4] Individual times to finish each stage are totalled to determine the winner of the general classification at the end of the race
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Did Not Finish
In racing, Did Not Finish (DNF) denotes a participant who does not finish a given race, either because of a mechanical failure, injury, or involvement in an accident.[1] The term is used in all forms of racing, including automotive racing, horse racing,[2] cycling,[3] track and distance running, and skiing, among other types of racing. Athletes try very hard to avoid receiving a DNF, and many associate it with a negative stigma.[4] Scholarly research[edit] DNFs have been the subject of numerous studies that seek to figure out why DNF rates vary greatly, even within the same competitive discipline
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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IAM Cycling
IAM Cycling
IAM Cycling
was a Swiss registered UCI WorldTour cycling team, managed by former French road race champion Serge Beucherie.[1][2] The title sponsor was IAM Independent Asset Management SA, a Swiss investment management company.[3]Contents1 History1.1 2013 1.2 2014 1.3 2015 1.4 20162 Final roster (2016) 3 Major wins 4 National champions 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] 2013[edit] Main article: 2013 IAM Cycling
IAM Cycling
season The team was officially launched in January 2013.[4] IAM Cycling
IAM Cycling
is a member of the Mouvement pour un cyclisme crédible
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2015 Vuelta A España
The 2015 Vuelta a España was a three-week Grand Tour cycling race. The race was the 70th edition of the Vuelta a España and took place principally in Spain, although two stages took place partly or wholly in Andorra, and was the 22nd race in the 2015 UCI World Tour. The 3,358.1-kilometre (2,086.6 mi) race included 21 stages, beginning in Marbella on 22 August 2015 and finishing in Madrid on 13 September. It was won by Fabio Aru (Astana Pro Team), with Joaquim Rodríguez (Team Katusha) second and Rafał Majka (Tinkoff–Saxo) third. The early leaders of the race were Esteban Chaves (Orica–GreenEDGE) and Tom Dumoulin (Team Giant–Alpecin), who exchanged the leader's red jersey several times during the first ten days of racing, with both riders winning summit finishes in the first week. Aru took over the race lead following the mountainous Stage 11, which took place entirely within Andorra
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Team Illuminate (men's Team)
Team Illuminate is an American UCI Continental cycling team established in 2014.[2][2] In December 2016, the Illuminate announced that it was adding a UCI Women's Team for the 2017 season.[3]Contents1 Team history 2 Team roster 3 Major wins 4 National champions 5 ReferencesTeam history[edit] Team Illuminate grew out of the 2015 Airgas-Safeway team that included 2013 Vuelta a España winner Chris Horner.[4] The team launched the 2016 season with success at the 2.1 rated 2016 Tour of Taiwan[5] Later in the season the team became the first US team to compete in Iran, where US rider Connor McCutcheon captured a stage win and wore the yellow jersey in the 2.1 rated 2016 Tour of Iran[6] Team roster[edit] Men's TeamRider Date of birth Felix Alejandro Baron (COL) (1991-11-07) November 7, 1991 (age 26) Connor Brown (USA) (1996-11-09) November 9, 1996 (age 21) Jorge Camilo Castiblanco (COL) (1988-11-24) 24 N
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2016 Vuelta A España
The 2016 Vuelta a España
Vuelta a España
was a three-week Grand Tour cycling stage race that took place in Spain between 20 August and 11 September 2016. The race was the 71st edition of the Vuelta a España
Vuelta a España
and the final Grand Tour of the 2016 cycling season. The race included 21 stages, beginning with a team time trial that started in Ourense
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