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Kiel Reijnen sprints
to his first win in Bountiful, Utah

Mollema wins
Clasica San Sebastian

Dutch rider rebounds from TDF with stunning win

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Thrilling performance at TDF
put Belgian in climbers’ jersey

La vie en blanche

First Tour, first stage, first white jersey for Edward Theuns

25 Aug 2016 - 19:30

La Vuelta: Felline 3rd in grueling stage 6 finish

Fabio Felline crossed the line for third place and pounded his handlebars. The hilly finish of the 163-kilometer stage six suited him and he has shown in the first week of the Vuelta a Espana that his lengthy layoff to injury is fully behind him, but the win, once again, eluded him.
24 Aug 2016 - 19:30

La Vuelta: Felline sprints to second in stage five

Fabio Felline sprinted to a magnificent second place in a finish marred by crashes Wednesday, coming across the line behind Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick Step) who collected his second victory. It was a day destined for a bunch finish as two brave men formed the breakaway from the drop of the flag and were easily policed throughout the 171-kilometer race.
23 Aug 2016 - 19:00

La Vuelta: Zoidl, Felline top finishers in summit finish

Stage four of the Vuelta a Espana saw a large 21-rider breakaway form after 50kms, while behind the GC rivals eyed each other and allowed the escape group to ride to the end. Riccardo Zoidl and Fabio Felline climbed with the favorites group for most of the finish climb, losing time only in the last part. Zoidl, who continues to show good form in the race, was the first of Trek-Segafredo to cross the line, 23 seconds after the GC favorites, while Fabio Felline arrived 21 seconds later.
22 Aug 2016 - 19:00

La Vuelta: Finish wall inflicts first GC damage

Stage three of the Vuelta a España ended on the Mirador de Ezaro with gradients exceeding 20 percent and an average close to 14 percent. While seven men animated the race out front, building enough of a lead for Alexandre Geniez (FDJ) to grind out a gutsy win from the breakway, behind the general classification favorites readied for their first battle, a small but dangerous one.
21 Aug 2016 - 19:45

La Vuelta: Bonifazio 7th in stage two bunch finish

Niccolo Bonifazio sprinted to 7th in stage two at the Vuelta a España after a moment of hesitation cost him a higher finish. Every opportunity is a learning experience for the young Italian in his first Grand Tour, and the talented sprinter, albeit disappointed with the result, will have many more chances to make good.
21 Aug 2016 - 18:30

Nizzolo 3rd in Cyclassics Hamburg

The 21st edition of the Cyclassics Hamburg ended in a bunch sprint despite a breakaway trying its best to thwart the fast finishers Sunday. Giacomo Nizzolo sprinted to fourth in a disorganized rush for the line after the breakaway was caught in the final meters, but was later elevated to third when Nacer Bouhanni (Cofidis) was relegated for an illegal sprint. Caleb Ewan (Orica BikeExchange) was granted the victory.
20 Aug 2016 - 21:30

La Vuelta: Trek-Segafredo 7th in opening TTT

The 2016 Vuelta a España opened with a 28.7-kilometer team time trial and Trek-Segafredo exceeded the team's expectations with a seventh place finish, 50 seconds behind stage winner Team Sky. Trek-Segafredo pedaled through the first time check in eighth place...
15 Aug 2016 - 16:38

US Champion Greg Daniel signs with Trek-Segfredo

Trek-Segafredo has signed current US National Champion Greg Daniel, 21, to a two-year contract, further increasing its youth component and focus on its future over the next years.
15 Aug 2016 - 15:44

Inside the Trek-Segafredo Service Course

At the heart of every WorldTour pro team is the service course - a warehouse stuffed with all the bikes, kit and component the team will use in a season. Cyclist visits the Trek-Segafredo service course to see how it operates. Words and photos by Jordan Gibbons.
12 Aug 2016 - 21:00

Arctic Race of Norway: Nizzolo sprints to fourth

The Arctic Race of Norway's stage two ended in an uphill sprint to the line where Giacomo Nizzolo finished in fourth place. Similar to the first day, the team was instrumental in the final stages of the 198.5-kilometer race, helping bring back the day's breakaway before Marco Coledan kicked the lead-out train into action with just under four kilometers to go.