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Giro stage 17: Modolo doubles up in Lugano

After the magnificent efforts of yesterday, the peloton must have been delighted to wake up to face the Giro’s shortest stage today. In the end the sprint teams worked hard to keep the breaks under control, especially on the climbs and descents at the end. 827 more words


Volta A Catalunya - Stage 6 Preview

Life has been hard at this year’s Volta a Catalunya for any sprinters in attendance, their opportunities already thin on the ground, have been scuppered twice by the exploits of Alejandro Valverde. 744 more words


King Marcel I?

Next Tuesday the Santos Tour Down Under kicks off in Tanunda. We are quite confident that the King of the Sprint competition will also have kicked off by the time the first 2015 WorldTour race comes to an end in Adelaide on Sunday 25 January. 195 more words

Marcel Kittel

Flat Out - Vuelta a España Stage 17 Preview

Likely to be the last bunch kick for the sprinters, Stage 17’s 190.7km trip from Ortigueira to A Coruña will be heavily targeted by the fast men, but no promises shall be made over its rolling terrain. 446 more words


Smooth Running - La Vuelta a España Stage 8 Preview

Today will feel like a 207km flat ride from Baeza to Albacete for the peloton, a simple stroll compared to the last couple of days at the Vuelta. 348 more words

John Degenkolb

Vuelta stage 2: Bouhanni sprints to victory

Great teamwork and superb turn of speed saw Nacer Bouhanni take the second Vuelta stage after a tricky finish in San Fernando. Movistar retain the leader’s red jersey, but it passes from the shoulders of  550 more words


King of the Sprints 2014 Update #2: It's all about Kittel

The Dubai Tour had promised much, but the anticipated showdown between Marcel Kittel and Mark Cavendish never materialised, as the Manx sprinter failed to contest the finishes leaving Kittel to claim them with apparent ease. 579 more words