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2 Mar 2015 - 17:30

Fränk Schleck unable to start Paris-Nice

The injury Fränk Schleck sustained in a crash in the first stage of Ruta del Sol on February 18 has left the Luxembourger struggling to return to full form ahead of Paris-Nice. The Trek Factory Racing directors allowed time for Schleck to recover from the deep muscular hematoma in his quadriceps, hoping that he would be able to rebound in time for the March 8 start. Today the team’s final decision was unfortunate news: Schleck would be unable to attain a level necessary for the WorldTour event.
1 Mar 2015 - 18:45

Felline just misses victory in La Drôme Classic

For the second consecutive day the victory was so close for Fabio Felline. It was a bitter pill for Felline to swallow when he crossed the finish line of the 200.5-kilometer La Drôme Classic four seconds behind Samuel Dumoulin (AG2R-La Mondiale) and his frustration showed as he slammed his fist to his handlebars. Third yesterday. Now second today.
28 Feb 2015 - 18:15

Felline third in Classic Sud-Ardèche

The hilly 200-kilometer Classic Sud-Ardèche culminated on three tough circuits containing two leg-breaking climbs for each of the 23-kilometer laps. On the penultimate lap a 15-man group wrestled free from the peloton on the longer of the two climbs and never looked back. Trek Factory Racing was content with the escape, as the fast legs of an on-form Fabio Felline had joined the late move. All appeared to be playing to the tune of the pinstriped team. However, in the end tactics ruled and two men contested the win as Fabio Felline led home the rest of the group and settled with third.
28 Feb 2015 - 11:21

Bauke Mollema's blog for CyclingNews

Being a pro rider means balancing training, staying healthy and feeling good.
27 Feb 2015 - 17:49

BLOG: Jesse Sergent: From NZ to Europe

Jesse Sergent blogs about his off-season endeavors in New Zealand, his first races including his return to the European peloton, and how it is becoming harder to leave home each year.
25 Feb 2015 - 10:45

Q&A: TFR bus driver Danny In't Ven

We sat down with TFR’s bus driver Danny in’t Ven to discover a little more of his world, and to unveil another member of the team whose role, as small as it may appear on the surface, plays an integral part in the functioning and performance of TFR.
23 Feb 2015 - 21:15

Schleck recovers slowly but steadily

Fränk Schleck had another MRI of the hematoma on his leg done, which confirmed that his injury after his crash in the Ruta del Sol is healing as planned. The doctors are letting him do some CycleOps training for now. He may ride outside by the end of the week.
23 Feb 2015 - 16:57

Matthew Busche: Finding the Silver Lining

Matthew Busche blogs about his frustrating early season injury but has found out everything has its silver lining. Read about his injury, his recovery process, and how he is coping being away from training and racing.
22 Feb 2015 - 18:00

Jungels jumps into 10th GC on final day in Spain

It was not an easy ending to the Vuelta a Andalucia (Ruta del Sol) Sunday with a rolling 169.8-kilometer stage culminating with an tricky, uphill sprint finish. Most at risk was race leader Chris Froome (Sky) who could not afford to finish behind a time gap with a precarious two-second lead over Alberto Contador (Tinkoff-Saxo), but he avoided misfortune with a 6th place in the sprint and cemented the overall for the five-day race in Spain. While Juan José Lobato (Movistar) pulled off another surprise early jump to win the thorny finish, an attentive Bob Jungels finished in the top 15 and ahead of the first inevitable split, moving him into 10th overall.
22 Feb 2015 - 15:30

Breakaway defies in final Oman stage

The extreme heat of yesterday eased to a tolerable temperature for the final stage six of the Tour of Oman, although an unwelcomed wind still reared its head. With the GC well sorted from Green Mountain it was a perfect setting for a breakaway and the attacks flew from the gun. Less than 10 kilometers into the 133.5-kilometer stage the day’s escape group formed, and four men separated from the peloton.