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Green for Felline!

Fabio Felline clinches Vuelta's
points classification in Madrid

Mollema wins
Merckx-style TT

Madone's aero advantage crucial
in Tour of Alberta stage win

in Bountiful

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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28 Sep 2016 - 16:36

Zubeldia and Didier re-sign with Trek-Segafredo

Basque cyclist Haimar Zubeldia, 39, has agreed to a one-year contract extension, and Luxembourger Laurent Didier, 32, has inked a two-year deal, securing both Trek-Segafredo long-standing teammates for the 2017 season.
26 Sep 2016 - 15:50

Fabio Felline extends contract with Trek-Segafredo

Fabio Felline and Trek-Segafredo agreed on a one-year contract extension through the end of 2017. The 26-year-old Italian has been with the team since 2014, and in that time he has developed into an adamant all-rounder, his green jersey at this year’s Vuelta being the most conspicuous example of his wide range of skills.
25 Sep 2016 - 18:45

Eneco: Rain wreaks havoc in final stage

The Eneco Tour ended Sunday with the hardest stage of the seven-day race, and when the rain started in the last 65 kilometers of the 197.8-kilometer stage, the race turned upside-down. The wet roads and slick cobbled climbs split the peloton, with many riders sliding out in slippery corners. With 41 kilometers to go, a leading group of nine riders shaped that included Boy Van Poppel, and Trek-Segafredo appeared to be in a good position.
24 Sep 2016 - 18:45

Eneco: Nizzolo best of bunch as breakaway succeeds

A six-man breakaway led for most of the 197.2-kilometer stage six with five men reaching the finish line to contest the sprint for victory. Luka Pibernik (Lampre-Merida) was fastest of the five, while the peloton was led across the line by Giacomo Nizzolo a mere five seconds later.
24 Sep 2016 - 18:15

Schleck 15th in Giro dell'Emilia

Fränk Schleck was the last man standing for Trek-Segafredo in a demanding Giro dell'Emilia Saturday, a race jammed full of grueling uphills and suited strictly to climbers. By the time the peloton had started the final four local circuits with 39 kilometers to go in the 213-kilometer race, the attrition was massive.
23 Sep 2016 - 19:56

Trek-Segafredo and Fabian Cancellara confirm TUEs for bee sting treatment

Trek-Segafredo and Fabian Cancellara confirm that Cancellara received therapeutic use exemptions (TUE) for the treatment of severe allergic reactions to bee stings on August 17, 2011, and May 18, 2013.
23 Sep 2016 - 15:52

André Cardoso pens a one-year deal with Trek-Segafredo

Trek-Segafredo is pleased to announce we have reached an agreement with Portuguese rider André Cardoso, who joins from Cannondale-Drapac. Cardoso, 32, is an agile climber who presents several top 20 GC finishes.
22 Sep 2016 - 18:30

Eneco: Stuyven animates in finale; Nizzolo 9th in sprint

The first taste of cobbled roads and sharp hills made for a thrilling ending to stage four, but despite many big-named riders initiating action – including Jasper Stuyven racing on his training grounds – it all culminated in a reduced bunch sprint. Peter Sagan (Tinkoff) eked out a narrow win over Andre Greipel (Lotto Soudal), while Giacomo Nizzolo was left frustrated with a ninth place after being pinched off Greipel's wheel.
21 Sep 2016 - 18:15

Eneco: Nizzolo 6th in stage 3 bunch sprint

The peloton almost misjudged the five-man breakaway of stage three, only catching the leaders in the final meters after they began looking at each other in a fatal game of cat n' mouse. The hesitation from the leaders allowed the peloton to sprint over them, but it created a messy ending as the sprinters, including Giacomo Nizzolo, tried their best to navigate around the caught riders.
21 Sep 2016 - 15:21

Trek-Segafredo recruits young Austrian talent Michael Gogl

Trek-Segafredo has signed Michael Gogl, 22, to a two-year contract, adding another young, promising talent to its 2017 roster and continuing to invest in its future with a more youthful outlook.