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The list of participating riders in 2011 Paris-Nice and their numbers

Added: sunday 06 March 2011 at 0:23:00
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    The list of participating riders in 2011 Paris-Nice and their numbersToday, Paris-Nice 2011 will start in Houdan for a total of 1,307 kilometers towards Nice (don't forget you can see the race route of Paris-Nice 2011 on Google Maps/Google Earth) and if everyone's fine, 176 riders will be at the start for 22 teams of each 8 riders.

    In this article, you'll find the list of participating riders, including the numbers of the participating riders in Paris-Nice 2011.

    Rabobank

    The Dutch Rabobank team will come to Paris-Nice 2011 with a former winner of Paris-Nice (2009), Luis Léon Sanchez, as its leader. The Spanish rider, who joined the team during the winter, can among others count on his compatriot Juan Manuel Garate.

    The team decided not to select any sprinters but only good climbers, to allow Sanchez to go get a good classification in the end.
    Rabobank001/ Luis Léon Sanchez
    002/ Juan Manuel Garate
    003/ Bauke Mollema
    004/ Grischa Niermann
    005/ Laurens ten Dam
    006/ Maarten Tjallingii
    007/ Jos van Emden
    008/ Pieter Weening
    Luis Léon Sanchez

    Team Garmin-Cervélo

    According to the team's website, Ryder Hesjedal and Christophe Le Mevel will be the riders who might get a good final ranking, while Martijn Maaskant and Heinrich Haussler will try to win any sprints or be part of a leading group in one or more stages.
    Ryder HesjedalTeam Garmin-Cervélo011/ Ryder Hesjedal
    012/ Heinrich Haussler
    013/ Christophe Le Mevel
    014/ Daniel Lloyd
    015/ Martijn Maaskant
    016/ Gabriel Rasch
    017/ Andrew Talansky
    018/ Johan van Summeren

    HTC-Highroad

    The American HTC-Highroad team will come to the start with the big favourite of Paris-Nice 2011, Tony Martin, who might use the individual time trial of Aix-en-Provence to get a good spot in the general classification. His team mate Tejay van Garderen is also one of the favourites. In case of a sprint, the team can count on Matthew Goss.
    HTC-Highroad021/ Tony Martin
    022/ Lars Bak
    023/ Matthew Goss
    024/ Danny Pate
    025/ Alex Rasmussen
    026/ Kanstantsin Sivtsov
    027/ Tejay van Garderen
    028/ Martin Velits
    Tony Martin

    Team Sky

    For the British team, Bradley Wiggins is the leader in this Race to the sun. Like Michael Rogers and Geraint Thomas he might want to use the Aix-en-Provence time trial to go up in the general classification.
    Bradley WigginsTeam Sky031/ Bradley Wiggins
    032/ Simon Gerrans
    033/ Gregory Henderson
    034/ Jeremy Hunt
    035/ Michael Rogers
    036/ Geraint Thomas
    037/ Rigoberto Uran
    038/ Xabier Zandio

    AG2R La Mondiale

    The AG2R La Mondiale team will have the ambition to place a rider between the 5th and 8th place and win at least one stage. The team classification is also one of their goals.
    AG2R La Mondiale041/ Nicolas Roche
    042/ Maxime Bouet
    043/ Hubert Dupont
    044/ Blel Kadri
    045/ Sébastien Minard
    046/ Jean-Christophe Péraud
    047/ Anthony Ravard
    048/ Christophe Riblon
    Nicolas Roche

    Movistar Team

    In the Spanish team, José Ivan Gutierrez will be the leader. Yvon Ledanois, the directeur sportif of the team, initially also selected Beñat Intxausti but he'll have to stay at home with the flu ...
    The winner of last year's forelast stage, Xavier Tondo, will be present in the team which will be completely Spanish (fortunately Yvon speaks Spanish!).
    José Ivan GutierrezMovistar Team051/ José Ivan Gutierrez
    052/ Vicente Garcia Acosta
    053/ Pablo Lastras
    054/ David Lopez Garcia
    055/ Sergio Pardilla
    056/ Luis Pasamontes
    057/ José Joaquin Rojas
    058/ Xavier Tondo

    Omega Pharma-Lotto

    The Belgian team will be lead by the number 5 of the Tour de France 2010, Jurgen van den Broeck.
    Omega Pharma-Lotto061/ Jurgen van den Broeck
    062/ Jan Bakelants
    063/ Bart de Clercq
    064/ Francis de Greef
    065/ Oscar Pujol
    066/ Jurgen Roelandts
    067/ Jurgen van de Walle
    068/ Jussi Veikkanen
    Jurgen van den Broeck

    Astana

    The kazakh rider who was at the origin of the creation of the Astana team will also be its leader in this 69th edition of Paris-Nice.
    Alexandre VinokourovAstana071/ Alexandre Vinokourov
    072/ Rémy Di Gregorio
    073/ Dmitriy Fofonov
    074/ Andriy Grivko
    075/ Fredrik Kessiakoff
    076/ Robert Kiserlovski
    077/ Roman Kreuziger
    078/ Tomas Vaitkus

    Team Radioshack

    The American team will come to the start with experienced riders around Janez Brajkovic.
    Team Radioshack081/ Janez Brajkovic
    082/ Matthew Busche
    083/ Robert Hunter
    084/ Markel Irizar
    085/ Andréas Klöden
    086/ Levi Leipheimer
    087/ Geoffroy Lequatre
    088/ Sergio Paulinho
    Janez Brajkovic

    FDJ

    The FDJ team will be built up around Sandy Casar and Pierrick Fédrigo but Arthur Vichot and Yoann Offredo could also play an important role in this race to the sun.
    Jérémy Roy who fell in Les Boucles du Sud Ardèche (won by his team mate Arthur Vichot) managed to get rid of the pain of his hip and his swollen knee and will thus participate in Paris-Nice 2011 as well.
    Sandy Casar091/ Pierrick Fédrigo
    092/ Sandy Casar
    093/ Arnold Jeannesson
    094/ Yoann Offredo
    095/ Rémi Pauriol
    096/ Cédric Pineau
    097/ Jérémy Roy
    098/ Arthur Vichot

    Vacansoleil-DCM Pro Cycling Team

    Not really surprisingly, the French rider Romain Feillu is the leader of the Dutch team.
    Vacansoleil-DCM Pro Cycling Team101/ Romain Feillu
    102/ Matteo Carrara
    103/ Thomas de Gendt
    104/ Stijn Devolder
    105/ Sergey Lagutin
    106/ Bjorn Leukemans
    107/ Rob Ruijgh
    108/ Lieuwe Westra
    Romain Feillu

    Liquigas-Cannondale

    The revelation of last year's Paris-Nice, Peter Sagan, will be the main man for the Italian Liquigas-Cannondale team.
    Peter SaganLiquigas-Cannondale111/ Peter Sagan
    112/ Valerio Agnoli
    113/ Eros Capecchi
    114/ Mauro Finetto
    115/ Kristjan Koren
    116/ Dominik Nerz
    117/ Maciej Paterski
    118/ Simone Ponzi

    Saxo Bank-Sungard

    The leader of the Danish team will be Richie Porte, the revelation of the Giro d'Italia 2010.
    Saxo Bank-Sungard121/ Richie Porte
    122/ Mads Christensen
    123/ Laurent Didier
    124/ Lucas Sebastian Haedo
    125/ Benjamin Noval Gonzalez
    126/ Chris Sörensen
    127/ Nicki Sörensen
    128/ Brian Vandborg
    Richie Porte

    Team Leopard-Trek

    The second UCI WorldTour race of the Luxembourg Team Leopard-Trek could well be the first race of that level where they'll get a victory. The multi-national team seems to be ready for it!

    Next to Fränk Schleck, Linus Gerdemann, Maxime Monfort and Jakob Fuglsang will try to get a good place in the general classification. Wouter Weylandt will go for the sprints while Bruno Pires, Brice Feillu and Jens Voigt will especially participate to get ready for the Ardennes Classics.
    Fränk SchleckTeam Leopard-Trek131/ Fränk Schleck
    132/ Brice Feillu
    133/ Jakob Fuglsang
    134/ Linus Gerdemann
    135/ Maxime Monfort
    136/ Bruno Pires
    137/ Jens Voigt
    138/ Wouter Weylandt

    Cofidis, le crédit en ligne

    The Cofidis team will come to the start with two riders who will work for the general classification, Rein Taaramae and the good climber David Moncoutié, and with two riders who will try to get a stage victory: Samuel Dumoulin and Tony Gallopin.
    141/ David Moncoutié
    142/ Mickaël Buffaz
    143/ Samuel Dumoulin
    144/ Julien El Fares
    145/ Tony Gallopin
    146/ Luis Angel Mate Mardones
    147/ Rein Taaramae
    148/ Tristan Valentin
    Rein Taaramae

    Katusha Team

    Apart from Leif Hoste, all riders around Vladimir Gusev are Russian!
    Vladimir GusevKatusha Team151/ Vladimir Gusev
    152/ Pavel Brutt
    153/ Denis Galimzyanov
    154/ Leif Hoste
    155/ Serguei Ivanov
    156/ Yury Trofimov
    157/ Nikolay Trusov
    158/ Eduard Vorganov

    BMC Racing Team

    In the American team with Swiss sponsor, Taylor Phinney will not be present. Indeed, he fell during a training and will thus not be able to start in this race.

    The team will therefore not really have a leader in this race, but according to directeur sportif John Lelangue, 4 riders will try to get a good spot in the general classification: Brent Bookwalter, Amaël Moinard, Steve Morabito and Ivan Santaromita
    BMC Racing Team161/ Amaël Moinard
    162/ Brent Bookwalter
    163/ Yannick Eijssen
    164/ Karsten Kroon
    165/ Jeff Louder
    166/ Steve Morabito
    167/ Ivan Santaromita
    168/ Danilo Wyss
    Amaël Moinard

    Quick Step Cycling Team

    At Quick Step, the rider who wore the yellow jersey for a few days during the Tour de France 2010, Sylvain Chavanel, will be the leader.
    Sylvain ChavanelQuick Step171/ Sylvain Chavanel
    172/ Marc de Maar
    173/ Kevin de Weert
    174/ Nikolas Maes
    175/ Jérôme Pineau
    176/ Francesco Reda
    177/ Andreas Stauff
    178/ Gert Steegmans

    Team Europcar

    The French champion, Thomas Voeckler, will get company from 7 other French riders.
    Team Europcar181/ Thomas Voeckler
    182/ Damien Gaudin
    183/ Cyril Gautier
    184/ Vincent Jérôme
    185/ Alexandre Pichot
    186/ Perrig Quémeneur
    187/ Pierre Rolland
    188/ Sébastien Turgot
    Thomas Voeckler

    Euskaltel-Euskadi

    The Basque team will come to the start of Paris-Nice 2011 with the Olympic champion, Samuel Sánchez, as its leader and he will get company from two French riders in the team: Romain Sicard and Pierre Cazaux.
    Samuel SanchezEuskaltel-Euskadi191/ Samuel Sánchez
    192/ Jorge Azanza
    193/ Pierre Cazaux
    194/ Iñaki Isasi
    195/ Gorka Izagirre
    196/ Romain Sicard
    197/ Pablo Urtasun
    198/ Gorka Verdugo

    Lampre-ISD

    Lampre-ISD201/ Grega Bole
    202/ Matteo Bono
    203/ Francesco Gavazzi
    204/ Oleksandr Kvachuk
    205/ Daniele Righi
    206/ Alessandro Spezialetti
    207/ Simon Spilak
    208/ Diego Ulissi
    Grega Bole

    Bretagne-Schuller

    The team from Brittany will count on Romain Hardy and also on Sylvain Calzati probably.
    Sylvain CalzatiBretagne-Schuller211/ Florian Vachon
    212/ Eric Berthou
    213/ Sylvain Calzati
    214/ Jean-Luc Delpech
    215/ Renaud Dion
    216/ Florian Guillou
    217/ Romain Hardy
    218/ Gaël Malacarne

    by Thomas Vergouwen
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  1. une pensée particulière pour Pierre Rolland !!!

    | dominique | sunday 06 March 2011 at 14:22:40

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