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Nizzolo sprints to first season victory in GP Nobili

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Van Poppel stomps his sprinting authority
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Swiss champion has an all new Project One
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26 Mar 2015 - 21:23

Stop for a Tea after recon of E3 Harelbeke

 
26 Mar 2015 - 19:45
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Zoidl mighty in queen stage breakaway

There was nothing to lose for the Austrian National Champion in stage four after a less than stellar stage three yesterday at the Volta a Catalunya. It was the toughest day by far in the Volta a Catalunya. The peloton tackled four Pyrenean ascents in the 188.4-kilometer stage four, three that were rated first category, plus the penultimate 21-kilometer hors categorie la Creuta climb.
 
26 Mar 2015 - 17:45
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Felline 7th, Schleck returns strong in Corsica Classica

Fabio Felline sprinted to seventh place in the first edition of Corsica Classica, a new race on the UCI calendar ahead of the Critérium International that starts Saturday. Fränk Schleck also showed in Thursday’s new event that he has rebounded from his debilitating injury, a promising sign for Trek Factory Racing to have one of its leaders back in action ahead of the Ardennes Classics.
 
25 Mar 2015 - 23:23
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Jasper Stuyven talks to Ciclismo a Fondo (Spanish)

"Fabian me ha enseñado muchas pequeñas cosas: sobre la comida, moverse en el pelotón, cómo detectar si un rival va bien o no...," says Jasper Stuyven to Ciclismo a Fondo, a Spanish cycling magazine that interviewed him during his stay in the Málaga area in Spain. "Fabian taught me lots of little things: about food, how to move in a peloton, how to spot if a rival is good or bad..."
 
25 Mar 2015 - 21:52
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Schleck ready to start racing again in Classica Corsica and Critérium International

After a month of recovery and hard training following his crash at Ruta del Sol, Fränk Schleck is eager to return in the peloton. He will do so in Corsica, where he will be at the start of the Classica Corsica (March 26), a new race leading the riders from Ajaccio to Bastia over fairly hilly terrain in the first part, but with an easier second half.
 
25 Mar 2015 - 20:15
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First mountain stage alters GC in Catalunya

It was the first crack at mountains in Volta a Catalnya’s third stage and although the weather was more favorable Wednesday, the climbs, descents and numerous crashes threw turmoil into the race and left many GC rivals in disarray. Trek Factory Racing’s Haimar Zubeldia and Riccardo Zoidl joined many other GC hopefuls on the short-end of the stick that resulted from crashes disrupting the nature of the race.
 
25 Mar 2015 - 18:30
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Crashes spoil the day for Trek Factory Racing

Belgium races are considered some of the hardest and toughest to be found anywhere, and today Dwars door Vlaanderen was quintessential Belgium racing: rain, cold, and relentless cobbled steep climbs all on narrow, twisting roads. It all resulted in an epic, hard-man’s race. Trek Factory Racing came into today’s 200-kilometer Flanders Classic with lofty goals and high motivations, but left the race battered, bruised and licking wounds instead.
 
24 Mar 2015 - 22:15

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24 Mar 2015 - 18:30
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Silvestre sprints to 8th in Catalunya second stage

The second stage parcours coupled with rainy, cold weather at the Volta a Catalunya indicated it could be another unpredictable ending for a second straight day. The final 20 kilometers of the 191.8-kilometer race were predominantly uphill and when paired with small, narrow roads it made for a complicated finish.
 
23 Mar 2015 - 18:30
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Peculiar start to Volta a Catalunya

It was anything but a customary start to a WorldTour event as a three-man breakaway rode to the finish to combat the win in the 185.2-kilometer first stage of the Volta a Catalunya.The trio escaped late in a tough opening day that contained three category-rated climbs, including a punishing category-one topping out 63 kilometers from the end.