• Cycling-Road-Tour de Suisse classification after stage 5

    Reuters - Wed, Jun 17, 2015 13:52 EDT

    June 17 (Infostrada Sports) - Classification from Tour de Suisse after Stage 5 on Wednesday 1. Thibaut Pinot (France / FDJ) 17:42:01" 2. Geraint Thomas (Britain / Team Sky) +47" 3. Simon Spilak (Slovenia / Katusha) +50" 4. Domenico Pozzovivo (Italy / AG2R) +55" 5. Miguel Angel Lopez (Colombia / Astana) +1:07" 6. Jakob Fuglsang (Denmark / Astana) +1:27" 7. Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands / Giant) +1:32" 8. Steve Morabito (Switzerland / FDJ) +2:29" 9. Sebastien Reichenbach (Switzerland / IAM Cycling) +2:43" 10. Sergio Henao (Colombia / Team Sky) +2:46" 11. ... More »Cycling-Road-Tour de Suisse classification after stage 5

  • Cycling-Road-Tour de Suisse stage 5 results

    Reuters - Wed, Jun 17, 2015 13:51 EDT

    June 17 (Infostrada Sports) - Results from Tour de Suisse (Unterterzen - Rettenbachferner, 237.3 km) on Wednesday 1. Thibaut Pinot (France / FDJ) 6:22:47" 2. Domenico Pozzovivo (Italy / AG2R) +34" 3. Simon Spilak (Slovenia / Katusha) +37" 4. Miguel Angel Lopez (Colombia / Astana) +43" 5. Geraint Thomas (Britain / Team Sky) 6. Jakob Fuglsang (Denmark / Astana) +1:15" 7. Jan Hirt (Czech Republic / CCC) +1:18" 8. Sergio Henao (Colombia / Team Sky) +1:29" 9. Stefan Denifl (Austria / IAM Cycling) +1:31" 10. Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands / Giant) +1:37" 11. ... More »Cycling-Road-Tour de Suisse stage 5 results

  • Pinot impresses in Switzerland

    Reuters - Wed, Jun 17, 2015 13:24 EDT

    (Reuters) - France's Thibaut Pinot laid down a Tour de France marker when the FDJ rider powered to a mountain-top victory in the fifth stage of the Tour de Suisse in Soelden, Austria, on Wednesday. The 25-year-old, who finished third in last year's Tour, motored away from a group of favourites to record his second win of the season after he also claimed the queen stage of the Tour de Romandie last month. Pinot beat Italian climber Domenico Pozzovivo by 34 seconds and Slovenian Simon Spilak by 37 seconds. More »Pinot impresses in Switzerland

  • Armitstead crashes after winning opening stage

    Reuters - Wed, Jun 17, 2015 10:56 EDT

    Britain's Lizzie Armitstead crashed after winning the first stage of the Women's Tour on home soil and was taken to hospital, the BBC reported on Wednesday. Armitstead, the Commonwealth road race champion and Olympic silver medallist in 2012, fell about 100 metres after the finish line as she celebrated victory and was given oxygen at the scene of the accident in Aldeburgh. "Best wishes to Britain's Lizzie Armitstead who won has won stage one of the Women's Tour but has crashed after the finish line," British cycling said on Twitter. More »Armitstead crashes after winning opening stage

  • Cycling - Lizzie Armitstead crashes after winning opening stage

    Reuters - Wed, Jun 17, 2015 10:54 EDT

    Britain's Lizzie Armitstead crashed after winning the first stage of the Women's Tour on home soil and was taken to hospital. More »Cycling - Lizzie Armitstead crashes after winning opening stage

  • Cycling-Briton Armitstead crashes after winning opening stage

    Reuters - Wed, Jun 17, 2015 10:54 EDT

    Britain's Lizzie Armitstead crashed after winnning the first stage of the Women's Tour on home soil and was taken to hospital, the BBC reported on Wednesday. Armitstead, the Commonwealth road race champion and Olympic silver medallist in 2012, fell about 100 metres after the finish line as she celebrated victory and was given oxygen at the scene of the accident in Aldeburgh. "Best wishes to Britain's Lizzie Armitstead who won has won stage one of the Women's Tour but has crashed after the finish line," British cycling said on Twitter. More »Cycling-Briton Armitstead crashes after winning opening stage

  • Cycling-Road-Tour de Suisse classification after stage 4

    Reuters - Tue, Jun 16, 2015 13:49 EDT

    June 16 (Infostrada Sports) - Classification from Tour de Suisse after Stage 4 on Tuesday 1. Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands / Giant) 11:19:09" 2. Peter Sagan (Slovakia / Tinkoff - Saxo) ST 3. Daniel Moreno (Spain / Katusha) +8" 4. Geraint Thomas (Britain / Team Sky) +9" 5. Thibaut Pinot (France / FDJ) +15" 6. Jakob Fuglsang (Denmark / Astana) +17" 7. Steve Morabito (Switzerland / FDJ) +18" 8. Kristijan Durasek (Croatia / Lampre) +21" 9. Bob Jungels (Luxembourg / Trek) +22" 10. Simon Spilak (Slovenia / Katusha) 11. Julian Arredondo (Colombia / Trek) 12. Winner Anacona (Colombia / Movistar) +24" 13. ... More »Cycling-Road-Tour de Suisse classification after stage 4

  • Cycling-Road-Tour de Suisse stage 4 results

    Reuters - Tue, Jun 16, 2015 13:48 EDT

    June 16 (Infostrada Sports) - Results from Tour de Suisse (Flims - Schwarzenbach, 193.2 km) on Tuesday 1. Michael Matthews (Australia / Orica) 4:36:00" 2. Peter Sagan (Slovakia / Tinkoff - Saxo) ST 3. Greg Van Avermaet (Belgium / BMC Racing) 4. John Degenkolb (Germany / Giant) 5. Jasper Stuyven (Belgium / Trek) 6. Daniel Moreno (Spain / Katusha) 7. Silvan Dillier (Switzerland / BMC Racing) 8. Thibaut Pinot (France / FDJ) 9. Matteo Trentin (Italy / Etixx - Quick-Step) 10. Robert Gesink (Netherlands / LottoNL) 11. Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands / Giant) 12. Enrico Gasparotto (Italy / Wanty) 13. ... More »Cycling-Road-Tour de Suisse stage 4 results

  • Cycling - Blazin' Saddles: How are the Big Four shaping up ahead of the Tour de France?

    Eurosport - Tue, Jun 16, 2015 12:25 EDT

    Felix Lowe looks at the form of the riders who should shape the 102th edition of the Tour de France. More »Cycling - Blazin' Saddles: How are the Big Four shaping up ahead of the Tour de France?

  • Injured Gilbert ruled out of Tour de France

    Reuters - Tue, Jun 16, 2015 09:31 EDT

    Philippe Gilbert withdrew from the Tour of Switzerland on Tuesday, citing an injury to his right leg that will also keep him out of the Tour de France, his BMC Racing Team said on their website. An MRI scan revealed a small fracture on the former world champion's lower leg which might be related to his crash at La Fleche Wallonne classic race in April. More »Injured Gilbert ruled out of Tour de France

  • Cycling - Injured Gilbert ruled out of Tour de France

    Reuters - Tue, Jun 16, 2015 09:30 EDT

    Philippe Gilbert withdrew from the Tour of Switzerland on Tuesday, citing an injury to his right leg that will also keep him out of the Tour de France, his BMC More »Cycling - Injured Gilbert ruled out of Tour de France

  • Cycling - Women's race organisers sorry as riders greeted by models in bikins

    Eurosport - Tue, Jun 16, 2015 08:20 EDT

    The organisers of a women's cycling race in Belgium have had to apologise after riders were greeted by female models wearing bikinis on the podium. More »Cycling - Women's race organisers sorry as riders greeted by models in bikins

  • Cycling - Chris Froome on 'day I'll remember for rest of my life'

    Eurosport - Mon, Jun 15, 2015 16:14 EDT

    Chris Froome is at the very top of his game after a crucial win in one of the most important pre-Tour de France stage races. More »Cycling - Chris Froome on 'day I'll remember for rest of my life'

  • Cycling on British Eurosport: TV schedule

    Eurosport - Mon, Jun 15, 2015 13:38 EDT

    Peter Sagan powered his way along an uphill sprint to claim victory on the third stage of the Tour of Switzerland. More »Cycling on British Eurosport: TV schedule

  • Cycling - Peter Sagan storms to stage three win in Switzerland

    Eurosport - Mon, Jun 15, 2015 13:38 EDT

    Peter Sagan powered his way along an uphill sprint to claim victory on the third stage of the Tour of Switzerland. More »Cycling - Peter Sagan storms to stage three win in Switzerland

  • Cycling-Road-Tour de Suisse classification after stage 3

    Reuters - Mon, Jun 15, 2015 13:15 EDT

    June 15 (Infostrada Sports) - Classification from Tour de Suisse after Stage 3 on Monday 1. Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands / Giant) 6:43:12" 2. Daniel Moreno (Spain / Katusha) +5" 3. Peter Sagan (Slovakia / Tinkoff - Saxo) 4. Geraint Thomas (Britain / Team Sky) +7" 5. Thibaut Pinot (France / FDJ) +12" 6. Jakob Fuglsang (Denmark / Astana) +14" 7. Steve Morabito (Switzerland / FDJ) +15" 8. Kristijan Durasek (Croatia / Lampre) +18" 9. Bob Jungels (Luxembourg / Trek) +19" 10. Simon Spilak (Slovenia / Katusha) 11. Julian Arredondo (Colombia / Trek) 12. Winner Anacona (Colombia / Movistar) +21" 13. ... More »Cycling-Road-Tour de Suisse classification after stage 3

  • Cycling-Road-Tour de Suisse stage 3 results

    Reuters - Mon, Jun 15, 2015 13:15 EDT

    June 15 (Infostrada Sports) - Results from Tour de Suisse (Quinto - Olivone, 117.3 km) on Monday 1. Peter Sagan (Slovakia / Tinkoff - Saxo) 3:00:35" 2. Daniel Moreno (Spain / Katusha) ST 3. Thibaut Pinot (France / FDJ) 4. Julian Arredondo (Colombia / Trek) 5. Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands / Giant) 6. Geraint Thomas (Britain / Team Sky) 7. Jakob Fuglsang (Denmark / Astana) 8. Esteban Chaves (Colombia / Orica) 9. Sergio Henao (Colombia / Team Sky) 10. Jose Joaquin Rojas (Spain / Movistar) 11. Jan Bakelants (Belgium / AG2R) 12. Davide Rebellin (Italy / CCC) 13. Simon Spilak (Slovenia / Katusha) 14. ... More »Cycling-Road-Tour de Suisse stage 3 results

  • Froome sends Tour warning with Dauphine win

    Reuters - Sun, Jun 14, 2015 14:28 EDT

    By Julien Pretot MODANE VALFREJUS, France (Reuters) - Although not yet at his peak, Chris Froome sent a deafening warning to his Tour de France rivals by winning the Criterium du Dauphine with a trademark late attack to claim the final stage on Sunday. The 2013 Tour champion, who will feature among the top favourites for the July 4-26 race, made his move 2.5 kilometres from the finish in the final climb to Valfrejus and never looked back. Team Sky rider Froome, who also prevailed in Saturday’s uphill finish in St Gervais, beat another Briton, Simon Yates (Orica GreenEDGE), to take the day’s laurels with an 18-second advantage. More »Froome sends Tour warning with Dauphine win

  • Cycling-Froome sends Tour warning with Dauphine win

    Reuters - Sun, Jun 14, 2015 14:26 EDT

    * Trademark late attack boosts Briton * Van Garderen second (Adds quotes) By Julien Pretot MODANE VALFREJUS, France, June 14 (Reuters) - Although not yet at his peak, Chris Froome sent a deafening warning to his Tour de France rivals by winning the Criterium du Dauphine with a trademark late attack to claim the final stage on Sunday. The 2013 Tour champion, who will feature among the top favourites for the July 4-26 race, made his move 2.5 kilometres from the finish in the final climb to Valfrejus and never looked back. Team Sky rider Froome, who also prevailed in Saturday's uphill finish in St Gervais, beat another Briton, Simon Yates (Orica GreenEDGE), to take the day's laurels with an 18-second advantage. More »Cycling-Froome sends Tour warning with Dauphine win

  • Froome not getting carried away after Dauphine win

    Reuters - Sun, Jun 14, 2015 14:23 EDT

    By Julien Pretot MODANE VALFREJUS, France (Reuters) - Chris Froome was impressive at the Criterium du Dauphine, which he won on Sunday after claiming the last two stages, but the Briton refuses to be considered as the main favourite for the Tour de France. The Team Sky rider was a cut above American Tejay van Garderen, second overall, as well as Tour defending champion Vincenzo Nibali and world number one Alejandro Valverde. "There are still one or two little things to touch on but things are looking good," Froome, who achieved the Dauphine-Tour double in 2013, told a news conference. More »Froome not getting carried away after Dauphine win

  • Cycling - Froome not getting carried away after Dauphine win

    Reuters - Sun, Jun 14, 2015 14:18 EDT

    Chris Froome was impressive at the Criterium du Dauphine, which he won on Sunday after claiming the last two stages, but the Briton refuses to be considered as More »Cycling - Froome not getting carried away after Dauphine win

  • Cycling-Road-Tour de Suisse classification after stage 2

    Reuters - Sun, Jun 14, 2015 13:58 EDT

    June 14 (Infostrada Sports) - Classification from Tour de Suisse after Stage 2 on Sunday 1. Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands / Giant) 3:42:37" 2. Geraint Thomas (Britain / Team Sky) +7" 3. Daniel Moreno (Spain / Katusha) +11" 4. Jakob Fuglsang (Denmark / Astana) +14" 5. Peter Sagan (Slovakia / Tinkoff - Saxo) +15" 6. Steve Morabito (Switzerland / FDJ) 7. Thibaut Pinot (France / FDJ) +16" 8. Kristijan Durasek (Croatia / Lampre) +18" 9. Bob Jungels (Luxembourg / Trek) +19" 10. Simon Spilak (Slovenia / Katusha) 11. Julian Arredondo (Colombia / Trek) 12. Winner Anacona (Colombia / Movistar) +21" 13. ... More »Cycling-Road-Tour de Suisse classification after stage 2

  • Cycling-Road-Tour de Suisse stage 2 results

    Reuters - Sun, Jun 14, 2015 13:57 EDT

    June 14 (Infostrada Sports) - Results from Tour de Suisse (Risch-Rotkreuz - Risch-Rotkreuz, 161.1 km) on Sunday 1. Kristijan Durasek (Croatia / Lampre) 3:36:52" 2. Daniel Moreno (Spain / Katusha) +4" 3. Julian Arredondo (Colombia / Trek) 4. Thibaut Pinot (France / FDJ) 5. Geraint Thomas (Britain / Team Sky) 6. Simon Spilak (Slovenia / Katusha) 7. Miguel Angel Lopez (Colombia / Astana) 8. Jakob Fuglsang (Denmark / Astana) 9. Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands / Giant) 10. Peter Sagan (Slovakia / Tinkoff - Saxo) +14" 11. Ben Hermans (Belgium / BMC Racing) 12. Bob Jungels (Luxembourg / Trek) 13. ... More »Cycling-Road-Tour de Suisse stage 2 results

  • Cycling-Road-Criterium du Dauphine final classification

    Reuters - Sun, Jun 14, 2015 12:23 EDT

    June 14 (Infostrada Sports) - Final Classification from Criterium du Dauphine on Sunday 1. Chris Froome (Britain / Team Sky) 30:59:02" 2. Tejay van Garderen (U.S. / BMC Racing) +10" 3. Rui Costa (Portugal / Lampre) +1:16" 4. Benat Intxausti (Spain / Movistar) +1:21" 5. Simon Yates (Britain / Orica) +1:33" 6. Romain Bardet (France / AG2R) +2:05" 7. Daniel Martin (Ireland / Cannondale) +2:52" 8. Joaquim Rodriguez (Spain / Katusha) +3:06" 9. Alejandro Valverde (Spain / Movistar) +3:12" 10. Andrew Talansky (U.S. / Cannondale) +4:17" 11. Rafael Valls (Spain / Lampre) +4:20" 12. ... More »Cycling-Road-Criterium du Dauphine final classification

  • Cycling-Road-Criterium du Dauphine stage 8 results

    Reuters - Sun, Jun 14, 2015 12:22 EDT

    June 14 (Infostrada Sports) - Results from Criterium du Dauphine (Saint-Gervais-les-Bains - Modane, 156.5 km) on Sunday 1. Chris Froome (Britain / Team Sky) 3:59:27" 2. Simon Yates (Britain / Orica) +18" 3. Rui Costa (Portugal / Lampre) 4. Tejay van Garderen (U.S. / BMC Racing) 5. Joaquim Rodriguez (Spain / Katusha) +28" 6. Romain Bardet (France / AG2R) 7. Daniel Martin (Ireland / Cannondale) +31" 8. Wout Poels (Netherlands / Team Sky) +44" 9. Pierre Rolland (France / Europcar) 10. Benat Intxausti (Spain / Movistar) 11. Michele Scarponi (Italy / Astana) +52" 12. ... More »Cycling-Road-Criterium du Dauphine stage 8 results

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