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9 Aug 2017 - 18:00

Binckbank Tour: Theuns sprints to second in stage 3

With a late burst of speed and a bike throw, Edward Theuns captured a fantastic second place in stage three of the Binckbank Tour Wednesday. It was a full team effort behind Theuns' result; the entire Trek-Segafredo team had amassed at the front far from the finish with the wind and threat of rain keeping everyone on edge.
8 Aug 2017 - 18:30

Binckbank Tour: Brändle 7th in rain-soaked time trial

As forecasted the rain pummeled down during the stage two time trial at the Binckbank Tour Tuesday leaving drenched riders picking their way gingerly through the nine-kilometer course peppered with numerous turns, speed bumps, slick painted lines, and pavé. Matthias Brändle knew it would be a fine-line between falling and winning...
7 Aug 2017 - 18:30

Binckbank Tour: 5th for Boy van Poppel in stage one

Boy van Poppel sprinted to 5th place in the first stage of the Binckbank Tour Monday as the WorldTour race, previously named the Eneco Tour, started with a sunny, pleasant day in the Netherlands. While van Poppel pounced on another chance to sprint for a result...
1 Aug 2017 - 20:45

Van Poppel 4th in sweltering stage four

Boy van Poppel sprinted to another fourth place finish in a hot and long stage four at the Tour of Poland Tuesday. The 238-kilometer flat parcours was projected to end in a bunch sprint, and when the last of the day's breakaway was caught with five kilometers remaining, the expected finish was in order.
30 Jul 2017 - 22:00

Stuyven gives thrilling ending in London

Jasper Stuyven gave a strong performance in the final 50 kilometers of the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic that cumulated in a nail-biting finish only to walk away empty-handed. On the iconic Box Hill climb with just over 50 kilometers to go, Jasper Stuyven jumped away from the peloton and caught the leading duo of Daryl Impey (Orica-Scott) and Mateo Trentin (Quick-Step Floors).
30 Jul 2017 - 19:30

Van Poppel 4th in Poland stage 2

Disappointed after sprinting to 9th place in stage one, Boy van Poppel rebounded with a much-improved fourth in stage two at the Tour of Poland Sunday. We can never fully realize what unfolds in these furious endings from video images; not unless you have been there, in the thick of the action, do you truly grasp how complex – and crazy – a mass sprint is.
29 Jul 2017 - 19:15

Mollema podiums in San Sebastian as Zubeldia bows out

There is no doubt that the Clasica San Sebastian is a race Bauke Mollema favors after finishing on the podium for the second straight year. Although he was not able to repeat his last year victory in the 231-kilometer Basque classic, Mollema arrived at the finish with a select group of riders and fought his way to third in the five-up sprint, something that is not his forte.
23 Jul 2017 - 21:15

Degenkolb punctures, Contador seals 9th overall as Tour concludes

A win in the final stage of the Tour de France is highly coveted by sprinters, and John Degenkolb was poised and ready to contest the furious sprint on the Champs-Elysées when suddenly the dream was shattered with a punctured tire. Not only did Degenkolb flat just as the sprint...
22 Jul 2017 - 18:45

Contador 6th in final time trial, climbs into 9th GC

Alberto Contador was cautious in predicting how he would fare in the stage 20 time trial at the Tour de France Saturday after almost three weeks of up and downs and less than good feelings on the bike, notably in yesterday's stage 19. But when he posted the 6th fastest time at the 10-kilometer time check, and less than one second off the quickest time at the second, he was on for a great finish.
21 Jul 2017 - 19:00

Mollema joins breakaway in Tour's longest stage

For the second straight day, Bauke Mollema jumped into the breakaway, giving Trek-Segafredo representation again at the front of the race as the Tour de France winds down to its last days. Unlike Thursday's stage 18, the parcours of stage 19, the longest of this year's Tour at 222 kilometers, did not suit the lanky climber...
20 Jul 2017 - 19:45

Mollema, Contador warriors in final mountain stage

Bauke Mollema and Alberto Contador left everything on the road for the last mountain stage of the 2017 Tour de France that ended on the iconic climb to the top of the Col d'Izoard. Mollema joined the large breakaway that escaped shortly after the start of the 179-kilometer stage 18...
19 Jul 2017 - 18:45

Trek-Segafredo animates stage 17; Contador moves into 9th GC

Trek-Segafredo came into stage 17 in the Tour de France ready to fight, and after animating a big part of the 183-kilometer mountainous race, Alberto Contador had moved back inside the top 10 of the general classification. Although Contador fell short of the ultimate goal of the stage win...
18 Jul 2017 - 19:15

Degenkolb third in windy stage 16

John Degenkolb sprinted to third place from a reduced group that arrived at the finish of stage 16 after a crosswind section split the peloton with 15-kilometers to go. With many riders caught out, including many of the top sprinters, the odds for Degenkolb looked good, but in the final meters ahead of the line, Michael Matthews (Sunweb) moved slightly into Degenkolb's path, enough to impede his progress.
16 Jul 2017 - 20:15

Mollema solos to biggest win of his career

Bauke Mollema attacked his breakaway group and soloed the final 27 kilometers of stage 15 in the Tour de France to take home the biggest win of his career Sunday. It was an audacious attack. One that at first seemed ill-fated with almost 30 kilometers to go and a strong breakaway group giving pursuit.
15 Jul 2017 - 19:30

Uphill finish thwarts motivated Degenkolb

John Degenkolb survived the brutal pace over the hills at the end of stage 14 that left many of the top sprinters behind, but couldn't find enough strength remaining in his legs to also master the tough uphill finish. Degenkolb was motivated for the 181-kilometer hilly parcours Saturday,
14 Jul 2017 - 19:15

Contador of old rises in stage 13

Yesterday's stage 12 at the Tour de France saw the first glimpse, albeit brief, of Alberto Contador of old, and in Friday's stage 13, the Spanish rider we have all come to know, the one that says never-say-die, arose to try and steal the show – and almost did.
13 Jul 2017 - 19:30

Contador's fights through stage 12

Alberto Contador's acceleration on the hors catégorie Port de Balès, the fourth of six categorized climbs of stage 12, did not amount to anything as the Team Sky-led peloton slowly closed him back, but it was the first aggression from the former two-time Tour de France winner, and an important display of his fighting spirit.
12 Jul 2017 - 19:30

Contador suffers more crashes in stage 11

It was supposed to be another day, a flat sprint stage at the Tour de France, for Alberto Contador to continue to recover from his stage nine crashes, but twice during stage eleven, he found himself on the ground again. The first was a result of an incident in the feed zone...
11 Jul 2017 - 18:45

Degenkolb sprints to 2nd in stage 10

John Degenkolb sprinted to second place in the flat 178-kilometer stage 10, his highest placing so far, while Marcel Kittel (Quick-Step Floors) easily certified the title as the top sprinter in this year's race with his fourth win. It's been a tough go for John Degenkolb since crashing...
9 Jul 2017 - 19:30

Crashes headline epic stage nine

It's the Tour de France and every year there's at least one epic stage to grab headlines. Sunday's stage nine may have claimed the rank, at least thus far, for this year's race. While Geraint Thomas (Sky) and Richie Porte (BMC) endured the worst of numerous crashes, landing in the hospital and ending their Tours, Alberto Contador also found himself on the tarmac twice.