Vendée U Pays de Loire / FRASporting Manager: GENANZEAU Benoit /
1 KRAINER Taruia 2 CORNU JÉRÉMY 3 GUILLEMOIS ROMAIN 4 GUYOT Romain 5 HASPOT Anthony 6 TEVENEZ Geoffrey
Comité Ile de France / FRASporting Manager: COQUOZ Francis /
11 DASSONVILLE Flavien 12 BARBIER Rudy 13 BRAVARD Antoine 14 FAILLA Sébastien 15 LEVEAU Jérémy 16 ROUSSEAU Jayson
Rabobank Development Team / NEDSporting Manager: VAN DONGEN Arthur /
21 VAN BAARLE Dylan 22 OLIVIER Daan 23 SLIK Ivar 24 TUSVELD Martijn 25 ZABEL Rick 26 VAN DER LIJKE Nicky
CC Etupes Le Doubs Pays de Monbeliard / FRASporting Manager: Gannat Jérome /
31 YATE Adam 32 BERGERET Sébastien 33 DULIN ALEXIS 34 FERNANDES Mathieu 35 GOULOT Kévin
Etixx - Ihned / CZESporting Manager: ANDRLE René /
41 ALAPHILIPPE Julian 42 BOUVRY Dieter 43 HNIK Karel 44 KONRAD Patrick 45 SENECHAL Florian 46 WISNIOWSKI Lukasz
Sojasun Espoir - AC Noyal Châtillon / FRASporting Manager: MACE Thibaut /
51 DELAPLACE Cédric 52 GUILLEMOT Frédéric 53 HAMBROOK Sean 54 LEMONNIER Franck 55 MARTIN Guillaume 56 MIRA Anthony
Ventilair-Steria Continental Cycling Team / BELSporting Manager: Schets Danny /
61 TEUNS Dylan 62 POLS Ruben 63 VAN LERBERGHE Bert 64 VANDEWIELE Frederik 65 VANSPEYBROECK Tim 66 WASTYN Emiel
Chambéry Cyclisme Formation / FRASporting Manager: TERRIER Vincent /
71 CHAVANNE Gabriel 72 DENZ Nico 73 EDWARDS David 74 JASSERAND Benjamin 75 PIJOURLET Jules 76 LEGROS Adrien
EFC - Omega Pharma Quick Step / BELSporting Manager: Feys Win /
81 WALLAYS Jens 82 DE TIER Floris 83 DESMECHT David 84 DRUYTS Gerry 85 FARAZIJN Maxime 86 KERKHOF Tim
Comité de Normandie / FRASporting Manager: Henry Steven /
91 GOUGEARD Alexis 92 BOULEUX Florian 93 DANIEL William 94 DELBART Jordan 95 DESCAMPS Arnaud
Cycling Team Jo Piels / NEDSporting Manager: VAANHOLD Han /
101 BOUWMAN Koen 102 DE GREEF Robbert 103 HOEKSTRA Jochem 104 LAMMERTINK Steven 105 POUTSMA Stefan 106 ROOSEN Sjors
CC. Nogent/Oise / FRASporting Manager: Leconte Charlie /
111 TURGIS Jimmy 112 DESLANDES Vadim 113 FOURNIER Marc 114 POUILLY Felix
Comité Midi Pyrénées / FRASporting Manager: Clot-Courant Axel /
121 ARMIRAIL Bruno 122 CAMPISTROUS Romain 123 CAPUS Damien 124 JEGOU Aurelien 125 LOUBEAU Jérémy 126 PRIVAT Jérémy
VL Technics - Abutriek Cycling Team / BELSporting Manager: Vandenheede Rudy /
131 THEUNS Edward 132 DECOSTER Merijn 133 DEWEER JOCHEN 134 DUNNE Conor 135 ROTTY Glenn 136 VANNESTE EVERT
Brest Iroise Cyclisme 2000 / FRASporting Manager: Cosnier Leonard /
141 LE GAC Olivier 142 BODIN Clément 143 CAM Maxime 144 MILLOUR Geoffrey 145 ROLLAND Fabien 146 JANVIER Nicolas
U Nantes Atlantique / FRASporting Manager: Derame Pascal /
151 CLOAREC MATHIEU 152 COLAS Vincent 153 FERASSE Thibault 154 GOUAULT Pierre 155 TEGUEL ERWAN
Entente Sud Gascogne / FRASporting Manager: Abel Alexandre /
161 COMET PIERRE 162 FIEFVEZ Rudy 163 GUERIN Alexis 164 MALBERT Mathieu 165 PACHER Quentin 166 VERARDO Yoann
Team Wallonie Espoirs / BELSporting Manager: Fontaine Sébastien /
171 BORCY Quentin 172 BOUTTé Kenzie 173 CARNEVALI Jean-Albert 174 DANIELS Nicolas 175 HAUBRUGE Robin 176 LA ROSE Grégory
T.Palm - Pôle Continental Wallon / BELSporting Manager: Pieterarens Pascal /
181 PONS Gaetan 182 BARATTO Jonathan 183 CONVENS Louis 184 DECHESNE Julien 185 SENY Alexandre
Comité de Bourgogne / FRASporting Manager: REPERANT Denis /
191 BERNARD Julien 192 GUILLONNET Adrien 193 LE ROSCOUET Benjamin 194 LIONNET Aurélien 195 MAISON Jérémie 196 PACOT Alexandre
CR4 Chemins Roanne / FRASporting Manager: GARIN Vincent /
201 RAIBAUD Jimmy 202 BARJON Lucas 203 BIDARD François 204 CALLAOU Yvan 205 DUMOURIER Florian 206 SCHULTZ Nicholas
Color Code - Biowanze / ESPSporting Manager: DETILLOUX Christophe /
211 VALLEE Boris 212 DELFOSSE Florent 213 GEROMBOUX ARNAUD 214 PESTIAUX Loic 215 WARNIER Antoine 216 WERTZ Thomas
BMC Development / USASporting Manager: Verbrugghe Rik /
231 MOSER Ignazio 232 BOHLI Tom 233 FRANKINY Killian 234 VERMEULEN Alexey 235 VLIEGEN Loic
Guidon Chalettois / FRASporting Manager: FOUCHER Stéphane /
241 LEBOUVIER Loick 242 GOUMON Arthur 243 MAISON Mathieu 244 PLANTUREUX Mickael 245 THURIOT Julien 246 WASTIAUX Joey
Soenens-Construkt Glas Cycling Team / BELSporting Manager: Werner Notredame /
251 BAERT Jasper 252 DECORTE Axel 253 MAES Alexander 254 PYFFEROEN Miel 255 VERBEKEN Cédric 256 VERMEIRE Jordy
Team Vulco-VC Vaulx en Velin / FRASporting Manager: BOURLOT Pierre /
261 COMPARAT Alban 262 BOUVET Thomas 263 CORBEX Emilio 264 PACCALET Alexandre 265 PAPILLON Lucas 266 ROLLAND Loic
Lotto-Belisol / BELSporting Manager: ROES Carl /
271 BENOOT Tiesj 272 FRISON Frederik 273 PEYSKENS DIMITRI 274 VAN MEIRHAEGHE Jef 275 VANBESIEN Thomas 276 VERVAEKE Louis
ESEG Douai / FRASporting Manager: Pillon Laurent /
281 CORNET Joris 282 FLET Axel 283 GOUEL Valentin 284 ILONGO Dimitri 285 LEROUX Samuel
VS Chartres Cyclisme / FRASporting Manager: Faurre Michel /
291 JAMET Alexandre 292 JAMONEAU Tony 293 MELIAND Yohan 294 OSMONT Mathieu 295 RIGAUT Valentin 296 THIROUARD Valentin
Nicknamed the Little Venice of Beauce due to its lush surroundings and its surrounding moats still filled with water, Bonneval is the perfect place to relax your body and mind.
The pretty countryside retreat boasts a number of relics from the Middle Ages, including the former Benedictine Abbey of St Florentin, founded in 857, fortifications built in the 12th and 13th centuries, and a 15th century gate, etc.
The network of community-based activity is dense and varied, featuring over a hundred associations. Bonneval's strength lies in its ability to offer all the benefits of a large town, whilst remaining rural. Tourists can enjoy a real change of scene by visiting the town's moats and the River Loir on an electric boat ride. What could be more pleasant than quietly drifting along a calm little river, admiring the unspoiled flora and fauna?
A very accessible city
Tours has always been a crossroads. It lies at the hub of five motorways, straddles a major European communication axis, boasts an international airport and is surprisingly easy to reach at all times with a motorway exit two minutes from the city centre. The city centre can be reached in an hour on the TGV high-speed train from Paris, which also links Tours to big French and European cities with many direct daily links. Since September 2013, the appeal of Tours and its urban community has been strengthened with a tramway that has been put into service, which will become one of the landmarks of the urban landscape.
Extensive scientific research
Although Tours is not renowned as being an industrial city, despite its glorious past in the automobile industry, it is known for its innovation and entrepreneurship, especially in high value-added sectors of activity closely linked to university and in particular medical research work. The city and its suburbs are part of three competitiveness clusters (Cosmetic Valley, Elastopole and the European Energy Efficiency Centre), demonstrating that this “philosophy” pays off and strengthening a situation that is the envy of many heavily industrialized towns.
A “well-being” city
The city of Tours and the province of Touraine in the Loire Valley, known as the “Garden of France”, make up one of the emblematic territories recognised by UNESCO in 2000 as a “living cultural landscape”. The area owes much of its beauty to a long tradition of royal and aristocratic residences along the “river of cultural landscapes”, built in particular during the 15th and 16th centuries. It was in this land of sophistication, abundance and regal banquets that Tours was awarded the label as an International City of Gastronomy. With its remarkable architectural heritage, Tours is the gateway to the Loire Valley.
Tours loves sport …
A healthy mind in a healthy body… This old saying is particularly true of Tours, where team sports, especially volleyball in League A and football in League 2, often put the city in the sports spotlight. But sport in Tours also means the simple pleasure of running and cycling along the banks of the River Loire or rowing, canoeing, sailing and windsurfing on one of the many lakes. Moreover, more than 600 hectares of parkland, woods and forests in the city centre or nearby allow people to enjoy their favourite outdoor activities, in particular at the lake’s water park and on the new compact golf course in the centre of the urban area. Every year 10, 000 people take part in the Tours and Nouvelle République 10 and 20-km race, proof, if any was needed, of the enthusiasm that Tours inhabitants have for sport. With 33, 000 members who belong to 160 clubs representing more than 120 disciplines, there really is something for everyone at all levels, which was proved by the “Sport’ouvertes” event, where all the sports clubs and associations presented their offer to the public in September.
Article 1. Organisation
The 71st PARIS-TOURS “Espoirs” category, class ME 1.2. (U 23), an international cycling road race, is organised by Amaury Sport Organisation (A.S.O.) under the aegis of the “Club TDF Sport” (TDF Sport Club) and in accordance with the regulations of the International Cycling Union (UCI) and the “Fédération Française de Cyclisme” (French Cycling Federation –FFC). It will take place on Sunday 13th October 2013.
Article 2. Participation
The event is open to UCI Continental teams, national teams, national organisations (clubs), regional teams as well as National Division (DN) clubs in accordance with the regulations of the UCI (International Cycling Union) and the FFC (French Cycling Federation).
Participation is limited to 30 teams with no more than 6 riders each.
Article 3. UCI Europe Tour Classification
The 71st PARIS-TOURS ESPOIRS is ranked as a 1.2.HC race on the UCI Europe Tour’s calendar and awards the following points in accordance with article 2.11.014. of the UCI regulations: 40 – 30 – 16 - 12 – 10 – 8 – 6 and 3 points to the first 8 riders.
Article 4. Race Headquarters
The race bibs and frame numbers will be given to each team manager upon presentation of the competitors’ membership cards at the race headquarters located at:
Hôpital Henri Ey
SALLE DU CHAPITRE
on Saturday 12th October from 4.30 pm to 7pm and Sunday 13th October from 7.50 am to 8.35 am.
The team managers' meeting will be held on Sunday 13th October at 8.45 am at the race headquarters.
Article 5. Radio-Tour
Race information will be broadcast on frequency 163.3875 MHz.
Article 6. Neutral technical support
The neutral technical support service will be provided by the MAVIC Company, using two technical vehicles.
Article 7. Finishing deadlines
All riders finishing within a time limit exceeding 8 % of the winner's time will not be included in the classification.
Article 8. Protocol Ceremony
The first three riders to finish the race must attend the protocol ceremony.
Article 9. Prize money
The prize money for the race will be awarded as follows:
The total amount of prize money awarded for the race will be €6,010
Article 10. Arbitration
The fact of entering the race implies that each rider has read the present regulations and hereby accepts all the clauses. For cases not provided for in the present regulations, a request for arbitration may be filed with the Members of the Jury of Stewards within the framework of the general regulations of the UCI and the FFC.
Article 11. The Environment
A.S.O. sets up collection areas which are specifically designated to recover waste. Riders must only dispose of their waste, water bottles or any other object in these specially equipped areas.
Runners and followers must behave responsibly with regards to the environment in all circumstances and respect the legal provisions in force.
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