1. Chris Froome Pushes Back Return Due To Painful Knee

    Chris Froome Pushes Back Return Due To Painful Knee

    Jan 3, 2022

    Four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome said on Monday he will delay his return to competition after suffering knee pain while training.
  2. Colombian Cyclist Egan Bernal Bids To Reclaim Tour De France Title In 2022

    Colombian Cyclist Egan Bernal Bids To Reclaim Tour De France Title In 2022

    Nov 23, 2021

    Colombian cyclist Egan Bernal will bid to reclaim the Tour de France title in 2022, the Ineos rider confirmed to press in his homeland Tuesday. Bernal won the Tour de France in style aged just 22 in 2019, but the climbing sensation withdrew injured half-way through the 2020 edition and skipped the following year to race and win the Giro d'Italia.
  3. 2022 Vuelta A España To Begin In The Netherlands

    2022 Vuelta A España To Begin In The Netherlands

    Sep 13, 2021

    La Vuelta a España 2022 will start in Utrecht in the Netherlands, organizers announced on Monday.
  4. Slovenia's Primoz Roglič Wins Third Straight Vuelta A España Title

    Slovenia's Primoz Roglič Wins Third Straight Vuelta A España Title

    Sep 5, 2021

    Slovenia's Primoz Roglič sealed a third successive Vuelta a España title after wrapping up thefinal time-trial stage on Sunday.
  5. 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.
  6. Magnus Cort Nielsen Secures Third EF Education Nippo Vuelta a España Win

    Magnus Cort Nielsen Secures Third EF Education Nippo Vuelta a España Win

    Sep 3, 2021

    Magnus Cort Nielsen of EF-Nippo won his third stage on the Vuelta a Espana on Friday as he and six other escapees defied a speeding peloton by 20 seconds after a hilly stage 19 run into Galicia.
  7. Miguel Angel Lopez Powers Away On Vuelta's Alto d'El Gamoniteiro

    Miguel Angel Lopez Powers Away On Vuelta's Alto d'El Gamoniteiro

    Sep 2, 2021

    Miguel Angel Lopez climbed through the mist and drizzle to win the brutal 18th stage of the Vuelta a Espana on the Alto d'El Gamoniteiro on Thursday.
  8. Primoz Roglic Wins Stage 17 Of Vuelta a España, Surges Into Lead

    Primoz Roglic Wins Stage 17 Of Vuelta a España, Surges Into Lead

    Sep 1, 2021

    Primoz Roglic surged toward a third straight Vuelta a Espana title as he overpowered his rivals in brutal conditions on Wednesday to win atop the iconic ascent to Lagos de Covadonga. The Slovenian, who began the 17th stage third overall, won after a 185.8km ride when the peloton covered three intimidating climbs in often pouring rain. "I went well today," said Roglic. "I enjoyed it. Super-nice day for me and for the whole team. "Without the rain it would have probably been even nicer." By the start of the final climb only Egan Bernal, the reigning Giro d'Italia champion and a former Tour de France winner, was still with Roglic. But Jumbo-Visma's Roglic ended the heavyweight battle with one knockout blow, accelerating away from the Colombian with 7.5km to go. "I didn't decide to go, I just tried to ride up the climb as fast as possible and at that point Egan couldn't follow anymore," said Roglic. Bernal admitted the better man had won the stage. "I was happy to be part of this victory for him, he was brave," Bernal said. "He was the strongest today." While Roglic floated up the mountain, Bernal was unable to hold off his pursuers. Another Jumbo rider, American Sepp Kuss grabbed second, outsprinting six other rivals to cross the line 1min 35sec after Roglic. "Impressive day by everyone in the race," said Kuss, soaking wet but beaming at the finish. "Full on all day."Roglic leads Spaniard Enric Mas of Movistar by 2mins 22sec.
  9. Fabio Jakobsen Wins Stage 16 Of The 2021 Vuelta a España

    Fabio Jakobsen Wins Stage 16 Of The 2021 Vuelta a España

    Aug 31, 2021

    Fabio Jakobsen's remarkable comeback from a brush with death continued apace Tuesday as the Dutchman won a third stage of La Vuelta a Espana on his 25th birthday.
  10. 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.
  11. Bardet Climbs To Victory On Stage 14 Of Vuelta

    Bardet Climbs To Victory On Stage 14 Of Vuelta

    Aug 28, 2021

    Romain Bardet won the mountainous 14th stage of the Vuelta a España and also grabbed the lead in the climbingclassification on Saturday.
  12. Florian Senechal Wins Stage 13 Of Vuelta a España

    Florian Senechal Wins Stage 13 Of Vuelta a España

    Aug 27, 2021

    Frenchman Florian Senechal outsprinted a reduced field to win stage 13 of the Vuelta a Espana on Friday after his Deceuninck Quick Step teammate Fabio Jakobsen failed to keep pace in the run in due to a flat tyre.
  13. Magnus Cort's Hot Streak Continues With Stage 12 Vuelta Win

    Magnus Cort's Hot Streak Continues With Stage 12 Vuelta Win

    Aug 26, 2021

    Magnus Cort Nielsen won stage 12 of the Vuelta a Espana on Thursday on a 175km run through sunny Andalucia, a day after being foiled in a long range bid just 200m from home.
  14. Primoz Roglic Silences Skeptics With Stage 11 Vuelta a España Win

    Primoz Roglic Silences Skeptics With Stage 11 Vuelta a España Win

    Aug 25, 2021

    Double defending Vuelta champion Primoz Roglic made a statement of intent Wednesday when he hunted down Magnus Cort Nielsen's desperate long range escape for a Stage 11 win that went down to the wire.
  15. Odd Christian Eiking Leads Vuelta a España After Stage 10 Upset

    Odd Christian Eiking Leads Vuelta a España After Stage 10 Upset

    Aug 24, 2021

    Norway's Odd Christian Eiking took the overall lead in the Vuelta a Espana on Tuesday after a mass breakaway made it home almost 12 minutes ahead of the main pack.