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A triumphant time trial

Matthias Brändle celebrates his first victory of the season

A merited victory!

Fabio Felline masters the wet
prologue in Romandie

Dege wins in Dubai

Strong teamwork leads John Degenkolb to victory.

First race,
first win!

Bauke Mollema wins the overall
in Vuelta a San Juan

A brilliant,
classy look

Trek-Segafredo unveils its new 2017 kit

18 Jun 2017 - 18:15

Tour de Suisse: Felline 11th in final time trial

Fabio Felline showed the virus that had been plaguing him for most of the Tour de Suisse is finally behind him, finishing the final stage 28-kilometer time trial in 11th place, one minute and six seconds behind winner Rohan Dennis (BMC). It was not a significant result by any means, but it was a positive ending...
17 Jun 2017 - 19:00

Tour de Suisse: Felline shows flashes of old self in stage 8

It has been a rough week for the team at the Tour de Suisse after a stomach virus wreaked havoc on the team, forcing Jarlinson Pantano and Matthias Brändle to abandon, and leaving Fabio Felline struggling for most of the race. In Saturday's penultimate stage 8, Fabio finally showed flashes of his old self, following the crucial moves in the last climb and even launching his own attack in the final five kilometers.
15 Jun 2017 - 20:15

Tour de Suisse: Pantano, Brändle abandon to illness

It was a dismal stage six for Trek-Segafredo Thursday after two riders, Jarlinson Pantano and Matthias Brändle, abandoned due to a stomach bug that has been plaguing the team. Pantano was first inflicted during the second stage, which left him struggling to finish the race, eventually arriving 20 minutes in arrears and eliminating him from contention in his season's biggest goal
14 Jun 2017 - 18:30

Tour de Suisse: Degenkolb foiled in stage 5 sprint

John Degenkolb was unable to cap the labor of his Trek-Segafredo teammates in the sprint finish of stage five when he had to brake in the final meters right as he was about to launch after Peter Sagan (Bora Hansgrohe), who had caught everyone by surprise with an early move.
13 Jun 2017 - 18:18

Gallery: 2017 Giro d'Italia

12 Jun 2017 - 19:15

Tour de Suisse: Dege third in stage three sprint

John Degenkolb sprinted to third place in a tough uphill finish in stage two at the Tour de Suisse Monday, finishing behind winner Michael Matthews (Sunweb) and Peter Sagan (Bora Hansgrohe). The peloton faced an ornery ending to the 159-kilometer race that culminated in the center of Bern...
11 Jun 2017 - 20:15

Tour de Suisse: Pantano suffers stomach ailment, drops from contention

Stage two at the Tour de Suisse was to be straightforward for Trek-Segafredo's leader Jarlinson Pantano on a day expected to end in a reduced bunch sprint but not test the general classification favorites. While the projected ending played out, and John Degenkolb was there, poised and ready, Pantano was mysteriously missing from the 60-strong bunch that arrived to fight out the finish of the 173-kilometer race.
11 Jun 2017 - 18:30

Dauphiné: Fireworks in final stage shuffles final GC

The Critérium du Dauphiné ended with a thrilling and grueling stage eight, giving Alberto Contador the hard work he fancied to help him prepare for his season's biggest goal in three weeks. The GC went through a huge overall as BMC's Richie Porte lost his race lead and Chris Froome fell from the podium while Contador held firm through most of the fireworks, but dropped in the final kilometers to fall in the final standings to 11th overall.
10 Jun 2017 - 19:30

Tour de Suisse: Brändle 3rd in prologue

Matthias Brändle blasted through the first day time trial at the Tour de Suisse Saturday to secure a place on the opening day podium and give Trek-Segafredo a promising start to the nine-day race. Brändle was the final rider of the team to set off on the short, six-kilometer course and clocked a time of 6 minutes and 33 seconds...
10 Jun 2017 - 18:00

Dauphiné: Contador 9th in penultimate stage

The second successive day in the mountains at the Critérium du Dauphiné saw a slightly stronger Alberto Contador, a few cracks in other GC contenders' armor, and race leader Richie Porte (BMC) continuing to show no hint of weakness. While the breakaway fought out the win in the 167.5-kilometer penultimate stage seven - Peter Kennaugh (Sky) claimed the honor - the GC fight waited until the final kilometers of the last climb, a different, shorter route up Alpe d'Huez.