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The list of participating riders in the 2011 Tour Down Under and their numbers

Added: sunday 16 January 2011 at 22:55:00
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    The list of participating riders in the 2011 Tour Down Under and their numbersThe Cancer Council Classic, won by Matt Goss was an appetizer to the Tour Down Under 2011 today.

    The Tour Down Under 2011 itself will however only start next Tuesday. 133 riders will participate for 19 teams of 7 riders. In this article you'll find them all, with their numbers.

    The participating riders in the 2011 Tour Down Under and their numbers

    Omega Pharma-Lotto

    André GreipelAndré Greipel, often victorious in the Tour Down Under, will do his first season as a completely free sprinter this year. Indeed, while so far he either had to share the cycling calendar with his team mate Mark Cavendish (HTC-Highroad) or had to accept that the British rider was the primary sprinter of the team in races in which they participated both, he'll be a sprinter without internal competition in the Belgian team Omega Pharma-Lotto this season.

    It is thus not very surprising that the German rider is the leader of the team in the Tour Down Under 2011 under the overseeing eye of directeur sportif Herman Frison.

    1/ Andre Greipel
    2/ Jurgen van de Walle
    3/ Adam Hansen
    4/ Olivier Kaisen
    5/ Vicente Reynes
    6/ Jurgen Roelandts
    7/ Marcel Sieberg

    Team Radioshack

    Lance ArmstrongAt Team Radioshack, directed by José Azevedo, Lance Armstrong will do his last race abroad (except if he makes up his mind ;-) with this Tour Down Under 2011 and he'll do that as the leader of the team he created himself in 2010.

    The Australian rider Robbie McEwen recently joined this team, after the horror scenario for his Pegasus Sports team which didn't get a Continental Pro licence (after having been denied a ProTeam licence before). McEwen thus is the home sprinter of the American team in this Tour Down Under.

    11/ Lance Armstrong
    12/ Robbie McEwen
    13/ Manuel Cardoso
    14/ Ben Hermans
    15/ Markel Irizar
    16/ Robbie Hunter
    17/ Gregory Rast

    HTC-Highroad

    Mark CavendishAt HTC-Highroad the British sprinter Mark Cavendish is leading the team under the directions of Allan Peiper.

    The Australian rider Matt Goss however won the Cancer Council Classic.

    21/ Mark Cavendish
    22/ Bernhard Eisel
    23/ Matthew Goss
    24/ Bert Grabsch
    25/ Danny Pate
    26/ Mark Renshaw
    27/ Hayden Roulston

    Garmin-Cervélo

    Tyler FarrarThe Garmin-Cervélo team, born from a merger between the Garmin-Transitions team and what was left of the Cervélo TestTeam comes to Australia with Tyler Farrar as its leader. The Australian Matthew White is the directeur sportif of the team which is almost completely Australian in this Tour Down Under 2011.

    31/ Tyler Farrar
    32/ Jack Bobridge
    33/ Julian Dean
    34/ Brett Lancaster
    35/ Cameron Meyer
    36/ Matthew Wilson
    37/ Travis Meyer

    Rabobank

    Pieter WeeningAs usual, the Dutch Rabobank team comes to the start of the Tour Down Under 2011 with Graeme Brown, who was pretty much riding upfront in the Giro d'Italia 2010 without ever winning a stage, as its leader. Adri van Houwelingen is the directeur sportif in Australia.
    Coen Vermeltfoort and Michael Matthews will this week do their very first UCI WorldTour race.

    41/ Graeme Brown
    42/ Tom Leezer
    43/ Michael Matthews
    44/ Laurens ten Dam
    45/ Jos van Emden
    46/ Coen Vermeltfoort
    47/ Pieter Weening

    Team Sky

    Michael Rogers4 Australian riders are part of the British team in the Tour Down Under 2011: Michael Rogers, Simon Gerrans, Chris Sutton and Matthew Hayman. The directeur sportif is British however because that's Sean Yates.

    51/ Michael Rogers
    52/ Geraint Thomas
    53/ Simon Gerrans
    54/ Greg Henderson
    55/ Chris Sutton
    56/ Ben Swift
    57/ Mathew Hayman

    Astana

    Allan DavisThe Australian rider Allan Davis is the home sprinter and leader of the team from Kazakhstan. The Italian Guido Bontempi is the directeur sportif.

    61/ Allan Davis
    62/ Simon Clarke
    63/ Maxim Gourov
    64/ Andriy Grivko
    65/ Valentin Iglinskiy
    66/ Tanel Kangert
    67/ Yevgeniy Nepomnyachshiy

    Team Leopard-Trek

    Stuart O'GradyThe brand new Leopard-Trek is led by the Australian rider Stuart O'Grady under the direction of the Danish Lars Neiendam Michaelsen.

    71/ Stuart O'Grady
    72/ Martin Pedersen
    73/ Stefan Denifl
    74/ Davide Viganó
    75/ Martin Mortensen
    76/ Will Clarke
    77/ Bruno Pires

    Quick Step

    Francesco ChicchiThe Belgian team led by Rik van Slycke comes to Australia with only one Belgian rider and can be listed as follows:

    81/ Francesco Chicchi
    82/ Marco Bandiera
    83/ Gerald Ciolek
    84/ Addy Engels
    85/ Davide Malacarne
    86/ Francesco Reda
    87/ Julien Vermote

    Katusha

    Serguei IvanovThe Russian Dmitriy Konychev is leading the following team in the Tour Down Under 2011:

    91/ Denis Galimzyanov
    92/ Juan Horrach
    93/ Serguei Ivanov
    94/ Aleksandr Kuchynski
    95/ Nikolay Trusov
    96/ Stijn Vandenbergh
    97/ Eduard Vorganov

    AG2R La Mondiale

    Julien LoubetThe AG2R La Mondiale team is the foreign UCI ProTeam which has most participated in the Tour Down Under. 6 French rider and one Belgian form the team in the Tour Down Under 2011 led by Laurent Biondi:

    101/ Julien Loubet
    102/ Dimitri Champion
    103/ Mathieu Perget
    104/ Kristof Goddaert
    105/ Steve Houanard
    106/ Blel Kadri
    107/ Yuriy Krivtsov

    Lampre-ISD

    Matteo BonoThe Italian team comes to the Tour Down Under 2011 with Bruno Vicino as its directeur sportif and the following riders:

    111/ Alfredo Balloni
    112/ Aitor Perez Arrieta
    113/ Matteo Bono
    114/ Vitaliy Buts
    115/ Manuele Mori
    116/ Alessandro Spezialetti
    117/ Daniele Righi

    Liquigas-Cannondale

    Kristjan KorenThe Italian team which switched to another bike supplier which is now partly giving the name to the team comes to Australia with a pretty light team directed by Dario Mariuzzo:

    121/ Davide Cimolai
    122/ Kristijan Koren
    123/ Alan Marangoni
    124/ Fabio Sabatini
    125/ Simone Ponzi
    126/ Elia Viviani
    127/ Cameron Wurf

    BMC Racing Team

    Alessandro BallanThe former World Champion Alessandro Ballan is the leader of the American team with Swiss sponsor. The American Michael Sayers is the directeur sportif.

    131/ Alessandro Ballan
    132/ Alexander Kristoff
    133/ John Murphy
    134/ Simon Zahner
    135/ Timothy Roe
    136/ Martin Kohler
    137/ Amaël Moinard

    Saxo Bank-Sungard

    Richie PorteThe young and very promissing Australian rider Richie Porte is the leader of the Danish team, directed by his compatriot Bradley McGee.

    141/ Richie Porte
    142/ Juan José Haedo
    143/ Baden Cooke
    144/ Nicki Sörensen
    145/ David Tanner
    146/ Sebastian Haedo
    147/ Brian Vandborg

    Euskaltel-Euskadi

    I&ntildeaki IsasiJosu Larrazabal directs the team with Iñaki Isasi as its leader:

    151/ Iñaki Isasi
    152/ Gorka Izagirre
    153/ Miguel Minguez
    154/ Jon Izagirre
    155/ Ruben Perez
    156/ Daniel Sesma
    157/ Ivan Velasco

    Movistar Team

    José Joaquin RojasThe Spanish team which saw its sponsor Caisse d'Epargne being replaced by Movistar is completely Spanish in the Tour Down Under 2011, from its leader José Joaquin Rojas to its directeur sportif José Luis Arrieta.

    161/ José Joaquin Rojas
    162/ José Ivan Gutierrez
    163/ David Lopez
    164/ Angel Madrazo
    165/ Luis Pasamontes
    166/ José Vicente Garcia
    167/ Francisco Ventoso

    Vacansoleil-DCM Pro Cycling Team

    Romain FeilluThe Dutch team makes its debut as a UCI ProTeams and comes to Australia with Romain Feillu as its leader, directed by Michel Cornelisse.

    171/ Romain Feillu
    172/ Rob Ruijgh
    173/ Thomas de Gendt
    174/ Sergey Lagutin
    175/ Alberto Ongarato
    176/ Mirko Selvaggi
    177/ Joost van Leijen

    Uni Sa - Australia

    Luke RobertsAs usual in the Tour Down Under there's one Australian team with only Australian riders who can in this way participate in this UCI WorldTour race. Their directeur sportif is Dave Sanders.

    181/ Luke Roberts
    182/ Wesley Sulzberger
    183/ Jonathan Cantwell
    184/ Luke Durbridge
    185/ Michael Hepburn
    186/ Mitchell Docker
    187/ Bernard Sulzberger

    by Thomas Vergouwen
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  1. Bonjour, pour moi le début d' année c' est la coupe du monde de ski et le tournoi des 6 nations. Le cyclisme commence avec le tour du haut var puis het nieuws blad etc. Pat Mc Quaid n' y changera rien.

    | pascal51 | monday 17 January 2011 at 10:22:48

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