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  1. Alex Aranburu Joins Movistar In 2022

    Alex Aranburu Joins Movistar In 2022

    Sep 29, 2021

    Basque puncher Alex Aranburu has signed a three-year deal with Movistar, the Spanish team announced on Wednesday while Italian 'bad boy' Gianni Moscon has taken his place at Astana.
  2. Roglic On Verge Of Vuelta Triumph As Champoussin Wins Stage 20

    Roglic On Verge Of Vuelta Triumph As Champoussin Wins Stage 20

    Sep 4, 2021

    AG2R-Citroën rider Clement Champoussin ambushed the favorites and surged to victory on the penultimate stage of the Vuelta a España on Saturday as Primoz Roglič extended his lead in the overall standings.
  3. Poland's Majka Triumphs As Vuelta Heads To The Wire

    Poland's Majka Triumphs As Vuelta Heads To The Wire

    Aug 29, 2021

    Team UAE's Rafal Majka won stage 15 of the Vuelta a España on Sunday with a solo break to victory from an epic 85km, while Intermarche's Odd Christian Eiking held on to the overall leader's red jersey.
  4. Caruso Wins On Vuelta Mountain As Roglič Tightens Grip

    Caruso Wins On Vuelta Mountain As Roglič Tightens Grip

    Aug 22, 2021

    Bahrain Victorious rider Damiano Caruso won Sunday's mountainous ninth stage of the Vuelta a España asPrimoz Roglič strengthened his grip on the overall lead, coming second aheadof Enric Mas.
  5. Jakobsen Wins Vuelta Sprint To Reclaim Green Jersey

    Jakobsen Wins Vuelta Sprint To Reclaim Green Jersey

    Aug 21, 2021

    Dutch rider Fabio Jakobsen won stage 8 of the Vuelta a España on Saturday for his second masssprint triumph on the race just a year after a near fatal crash on the Tour ofPoland.
  6. Australian Storer Wins On Vuelta Mountain As Roglic Holds Lead

    Australian Storer Wins On Vuelta Mountain As Roglic Holds Lead

    Aug 20, 2021

    Australian climb specialist Michael Storer of the DSM team won a mountainous stage 7 of the Vuelta aEspana on Friday, soloing to victory after escaping a 30-rider breakaway.
  7. American Neilson Powless Wins La Clásica San Sebastián

    American Neilson Powless Wins La Clásica San Sebastián

    Jul 31, 2021

    American Neilson Powless of EF Education-Nippo won the Clásica San Sebastián on Saturday after edging athrilling three-way dash for the line on the Basque city's famous seafront.The 24-year-old from Florida was part of a breakaway over the narrow hillroads outside San Sebastián and finished the 231km course in 5hr 34mins 31sec,just ahead of Slovenia's Matej Mohoric and Mikkel Honore of Denmark.
  8. Van Vleuten Shrugs Off Olympics Jet Lag For San  Sebastián Triumph

    Van Vleuten Shrugs Off Olympics Jet Lag For San Sebastián Triumph

    Jul 31, 2021

    Annemiek Van Vleuten shrugged off jet lag and a 10,000km journey from Japan to win the San Sebastián classicon Saturday, just three days after capturing an Olympic gold medal.
  9. Five Underdogs With A Shot At The 2021 Tour De France Title

    Five Underdogs With A Shot At The 2021 Tour De France Title

    Jun 24, 2021

    The 2019 and 2020 editions of the Tour de France were won by two of the youngest riders in the history of the race. Tadej Pogacar and Egan Bernal are at the forefront of a new generation of young cyclists which are continually raising the bar and upsetting the established favorites. The 2021 Tour de France will be another battle between the dynamic youth and the experienced establishment.
  10. Six Big Favorites For The 2021 Tour de France Yellow Jersey

    Six Big Favorites For The 2021 Tour de France Yellow Jersey

    Jun 24, 2021

    The 2021 Tour de France route is one that will demand a truly versatile general classification contender. The opening stages in Brittany will test the mettle of the peloton with technical classics-style roads exposed to harsh coastal conditions. The parcours features high alpine and pyrenean passes, numerous sprint opportunities, and two significant individual time trials, which will prove decisive in the overall battle.
  11. Ineos Aussie Richie Porte takes Critérium control

    Ineos Aussie Richie Porte takes Critérium control

    Jun 5, 2021

    As the Criterium du Dauphine climbed into the alpine clouds on Saturday Australian Richie Porte emerged with the overall lead with one stage remaining.
  12. Postlberger Double Joy At Dauphine, Froome Fails To Follow

    Postlberger Double Joy At Dauphine, Froome Fails To Follow

    May 31, 2021

    Lukas Postlberger of Bora-Hansgrohe won a hilly second stage of the Criterium du Dauphine on Monday to claim the overall leader's yellow jersey.
  13. Everything You Need To Know About the 2021 La Course by Le Tour de France

    Everything You Need To Know About the 2021 La Course by Le Tour de France

    May 22, 2021

    Back for its eighth edition, the women's La Course by Le Tour will tackle the same demanding and technical terrain as the men face on the opening stage of the 2021 Tour de France.
  14. Everything You Need To Know About The 2021 Tour de France Mountains

    Everything You Need To Know About The 2021 Tour de France Mountains

    May 12, 2021

    The 108th edition of the Tour de France kicks off on June 26. The race will travel 3,383 kilometers across windswept plains, and mountain peaks from the seaside town of Brest, Brittany, to the finish in Paris.
  15. Marianne Vos Takes The Sprint To Win 2021 Amstel Gold

    Marianne Vos Takes The Sprint To Win 2021 Amstel Gold

    Apr 18, 2021

    Marianne Vos collected one of the few titles she had not won when she claimed the women's Amstel Gold Race on Sunday.