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Zoidl takes
Queen Stage in Croatia

Austrian overcomes troubled season
start with solo victory

Nizzolo nabs
second win in Croatia

Italian sprinter capitalises on flawless team work

Nizzolo scores
first win of 2016

Italian wins stage 1 sprint in Tour of Croatia

Cancellara
bows out of Flanders

"I’m not Superman,” says Cancellara gracefully in defeat

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1 May 2016 - 16:00
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Bonifazio fourth in final Romandie stage

Niccolo Bonifazio fell short of the victory by meters as the day's escape group successfully held off the peloton to pinch the top three spots, leaving Bonifazio the best of the bunch, in fourth. A 10–man escape group led stage five for most of the 177 kilometers, until attacks pared it to four with around 15 kilometers remaining. The four worked together and managed to hold off the peloton breathing down their backs.
 
30 Apr 2016 - 18:45
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Mollema shows hints of top form with 6th place in queen stage

The forecasted rain arrived for the final two big climbs of stage four in the Tour of Romandie creating a grueling finish to the queen stage, Saturday. Bauke Mollema arrived at the top of the final ascent with a select group of seven riders, and in the final three kilometers launched a few attacks as he tried valiantly to increase the lead to a group behind containing riders ahead of him in the general classification.
 
29 Apr 2016 - 18:30
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Mollema keeps top GC in sight after stage three race against the clock

The 15.1-kilometer time trial at the Tour of Romandie tailored to those who can go uphill fast with a 3.7-kilometer climb tucked into its short parcours. Bauke Mollema, who sat 9th overall going into the stage three race against the clock, finished in a time of 21:10, 49 seconds behind stage winner Thibaut Pinot (FDJ.fr). Although he dropped two spots to 11th in the classification, the effort was enough to keep him in contention for a top GC result ahead of the queen stage, Saturday.
 
28 Apr 2016 - 18:30
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Mollema climbs into 9th GC in tough stage 2

Bauke Mollema dug deep in the final kilometer and latched back onto the chasing group that finished 26 seconds behind Ilnur Zakarin (Katusha) and Nairo Quintana (Movistar) in stage two of the Tour of Romandie, Thursday. In the two-up sprint, Zakarin bolted around Quintana for the win but was later relegated for an illegal sprint, handing the victory to Quintana.
 
28 Apr 2016 - 02:53
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Stuyven extends contract for two more years

The talented Belgian, highly coveted for his expertise in the cobbled Classics, signed his first professional contract in 2014 with Trek-Segafredo (formally Trek Factory Racing) and will continue with the team through 2018.
 
27 Apr 2016 - 18:30
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Bonifazio sprints to second in snow-shortened stage one

Snow forced a shortened stage one at the Tour of Romandie, Wednesday, but a reduced bunch arrived at the finish as predicted and Niccolo Bonifazio sprinted to a close second behind Marcel Kittel (Etixx-Quick Step). With over 60 kilometers knocked off the start of the stage...
 
26 Apr 2016 - 20:14
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Q&A: Giro preview with Nizzolo and Hesjedal

We sat down with Giacomo Nizzolo and Ryder Hesjedal to talk about how each is feeling ahead of his season's biggest goal, the Giro d'Italia.
 
26 Apr 2016 - 18:30
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Wintry conditions in Tour of Romandie prologue

Snow flurries fell on the riders with temperatures between two and four degrees Celsius as winter has not released its grip in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland for the start of the Tour of Romandie Tuesday. The brief 3.95-kilometers course managed to contain a little bit of everything...
 
25 Apr 2016 - 14:45
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Poll: What was your favorite spring Classic?

The spring Classics have wrapped up and now we want to know what was your favorite moment. Was it a win, a podium, or perhaps a never-say-die attitude against the odds. Let us know. Vote in the poll.
 
25 Apr 2016 - 00:31
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Q&A: Mollema talks books

It is no secret that Bauke Mollema likes to read. When not pedaling his bicycle for numerous hours during the day, Bauke can often be found with his nose buried in a book. We recently found out that he was chosen as an ambassador for a Holland book club to help promote the week of the Sports Book (April 25 - May 1), so we jumped on the opportunity to pick his brain a little more about his favorite pastime.