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He does it again

Cancellara claims his
10th Swiss national time trial title

Bingo!

Nizzolo wins in Gippingen
after strong team performance

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Nizzolo takes home
the Red Jersey

Our Italian sprinter wins points competition
for the second consecutive year.

Theuns victorious
in Belgium Tour

Edward Theuns capitalized
on a great lead-out

 
26 Jun 2016 - 18:30
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Nizzolo wins Italian Road Championships

Giacomo Nizzolo capped off a motivated and spirited Trek-Segafredo team (Marco Coledan, Eugenio Alafaci, Niccolo Bonifazio and Fabio Felline) in the Italian Road Race Championships Sunday to win the prestigious tricolor jersey. The 228-kilometer race ended with four laps of a 20-kilometer circuit...
 
24 Jun 2016 - 11:16
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Nizzolo extends contract with Trek-Segafredo

Giacomo Nizzolo and Trek-Segafredo agreed on a two-year contract extension through the end of 2018. The 27-year-old Italian joined the professional ranks with Leopard-Trek in 2011 and has developed into a world-class sprinter, taking home the Red Points jersey in the Giro d’Italia in the past two editions.
 
23 Jun 2016 - 17:52
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Blog: Dr. Ortwin Schäfer on Coffee and Sport

Trek-Segafredo team physician Dr. Ortwin Schäfer writes about coffee and its possible health benefits that are becoming more well-known through numerous studies worldwide. Coffee and cycling have always gone hand-in-hand, and there are reasons why you'll see pros quaffing a quick espresso prior to competition. Read on...
 
22 Jun 2016 - 22:30
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Cancellara wins tenth national time trial title

Fabian Cancellara claimed his 10th Swiss national time trial title today on a technical course in Martigny, taking home his final crown in a discipline he has reigned over a span of 15 years. Cancellara completed the two 20.5-kilometer laps in 53 minutes and 12 seconds
 
19 Jun 2016 - 19:00
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Tour de Suisse: Stuyven joins breakaway in weather-shortened final stage

The scheduled 117-kilometer stage nine was shortened to 57 kilometers, a result of poor weather, and the brief parcours held only one, albeit big, obstacle: the 12.7-kilometer Flüela Pass. When the flag dropped, the peloton jumped into action the peloton jumped into action with riders desperate to be in the day's breakaway, but the shortened parcours left little wiggle room to create a breakaway with a solid gap ahead of the long uphill.
 
18 Jun 2016 - 18:15
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Cancellara 3rd in his final Tour de Suisse time trial

On paper, the 16.8-kilometer stage eight time-trial suited the specialists, but after a week of hard racing - and three straight days in the mountains - it's difficult to pinpoint who will have the legs for the tough test against the clock that included a stiff three-kilometer climb. Fabian Cancellara, an early starter, set the bar in all three intermediate split times...
 
17 Jun 2016 - 18:30
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Tour de Suisse: Schleck 12th on the feared Rettenbachferner climb

A lengthy 224.3 kilometers faced the peloton in stage seven, the queen stage of the race that culminated on the feared Rettenbachferner, a climb that many consider the hardest in all of Europe. Fränk Schleck finished in 12th place at the summit finish, an indication he is returning to top form after fracturing his collarbone at La Flèche Wallonne in April.
 
16 Jun 2016 - 18:30
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Tour de Suisse: Rast features in breakaway in soggy stage six

Two big climbs highlighted the 162.8-kilometer stage six, a lengthy hors catégorie Klausenpass (23.3km, 6.2%) and a much shorter but brutally steep uphill (8.2kms, 10.2%) to the finish in Amden. Like each day, Trek-Segafredo had one goal: get in the breakaway and fight for a stage result.
 
15 Jun 2016 - 18:45
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Tour de Suisse: Zoidl in breakaway; Stetina shows strong form

Stage five presented the first of three successive summit finishes in the Tour de Suisse and the first time for the climbers to take center stage. Trek-Segafredo was aggressive at the start of the 126-kilometer race as both Peter Stetina and Riccardo Zoidl tried their hands at getting into the day's move.
 
14 Jun 2016 - 19:00
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Tour de Suisse: Stuyven fifth in frenzied sprint

It was a slow-paced stage four at the Tour de Suisse until the final thorny 15 or so kilometers when the fight for the stage win amplified. The lackadaisical peloton awoke and jumped into action ahead of the final category-three climb followed by a tricky descent and twisty roads until it all culminated with a tight right-hander 100 meters from the line.