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1 Feb 2017 - 16:00
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Same result but much improved leadout in Dubai stage two

Little changed for the 186-kilometer stage two at the Dubai Tour as Marcel Kittel (Quick Step-Floors) sprinted to his second straight win and John Degenkolb finished again in fourth place. Except it was anything but a carbon copy of yesterday for Trek- Segafredo, who executed a much improved and nearly-perfect leadout in only their second time working with their new sprinter, something that bodes well for the season.
 
31 Jan 2017 - 14:30
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Degenkolb 4th in season's first test in Dubai

The hyped first battle of the season between some of the world's best sprinters unfolded as predicted in stage one at the Dubai Tour, and Marcel Kittel (Quick Step-Floors) won the shootout Tuesday. John Degenkolb just missed the top three with a fourth place but was satisfied in the first test of the year. The 181-kilometer stage saw sunny skies and a pleasant 25 degrees Celsius...
 
29 Jan 2017 - 23:15
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Mollema clinches overall in Vuelta a San Juan

Bauke Mollema arrived safely with the peloton in the final stage to clinch the overall victory in the seven day Veulta a San Juan Sunday. For Mollema, who started his season earlier and in better form than in previous years, it was certification his winter training had paid off. For the team, there was no better way to ease into the year than by taking a January victory.
 
29 Jan 2017 - 06:30
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Theuns 26th in thrilling Cadel Evans Race

Edward Theuns was the highest finisher for the team in the Cadel Evan Great Ocean Road Race, narrowly missing the selection on the final ascent and arriving with the second group just over half a minute later for 26th place. It was not the result the team aimed for coming into the newly crowned WorldTour event. The 174-kilometer race begun slowly...
 
27 Jan 2017 - 19:45
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Mollema climbs into overall lead in San Juan

Bauke Mollema crossed the line in fifth place, 12 seconds behind winner Rui Costa (UAE Abu Dhabi) to claim the overall race lead in the Vuelta a San Juan, Friday. The 162.5-kilometer stage five presented the only significant climb in the weeklong race – making it a one-shot deal for the overall classification after the time trial of stage three. With two sprint stages remaining, Mollema is poised to win his second stage race of his career after the Tour of Alberta in 2015.
 
26 Jan 2017 - 01:00
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Mollema 2nd, Brändle 3rd, in San Juan time trial

Bauke Mollema gave an impressive early season effort in the stage three time trial at the Vuelta a San Juan, finishing in second place with a time of 14:06 for the 11.9-kilometer course. Mollema was three seconds off the winning time set by Ramunas Navardauskas (Bahrain Merida), and four seconds ahead of teammate Matthias Brändle, giving the pinstriped team two of the top three spots and putting them in good position ahead of the queen stage Friday.
 
24 Jan 2017 - 04:45
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Mix-up mars stage one finish in San Juan for Van Poppel

Coming into the final kilometer of the first stage of the Vuelta a San Juan, Marco Coledan had Boy Van Poppel on his wheel; the two were situated in the top 10 positions, poised for the forthcoming sprint when misfortune struck. The leading vehicles went straight, as indicated in the road book, and a good part of the peloton followed, including Van Poppel and Coledan.
 
22 Jan 2017 - 06:45
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De Kort sprints to 7th in final TDU stage

Trek-Segafredo displayed solid teamwork in the final laps of the stage six criterium. Leading over the finish line for the final lap they appeared in control, but the course was tricky to maintain position, explained Koen de Kort who, normally the last leadout, ending up making the sprint and finished seventh. Ewan (Orica-Scott) made a clean sweep of every bunch sprint in the six-day event, handily taking his fourth win Sunday - and fifth when adding in the opening People's Choice criterium.
 
21 Jan 2017 - 06:00
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Guerreiro cedes white on Willunga

Ruben Guerreiro gave a valiant effort on the final climb of Willunga Hill, but the searing pace set from the bottom was too much for the young Portuguese climber who crossed the line in 21st place, losing the best young rider's jersey to Colombian Jhonatan Restrepo of (Katusha-Alpecin) by 18 seconds.
 
20 Jan 2017 - 07:00
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Guerreiro defends best young rider jersey in stage 4

Ruben Guerreiro defended his lead in the best young rider competition in the erratic bunch finish of stage four at the Santos Tour Down Under, sprinting across the line in 15th place to ensure the white jersey will be on his back into the critical stage five Saturday.
 
19 Jan 2017 - 06:15
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Theuns 5th, Guerreiro safeguards white in TDU stage three

Edward Theuns bettered his stage one finish with a fifth place after a near-perfect leadout from the team, while Ruben Guerreiro also snuck into the top 10, finishing 9th, to safeguard his best young rider's jersey for another day. Stage three in the Santos Tour Down Under favored the sprinters and the projected bunch finish played out when the last rider of a four-man breakaway, controlled carefully during the 144-kilometer race, was caught in the final kilometers.
 
18 Jan 2017 - 06:15
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Guerreiro shines in first WorldTour test

Ruben Guerreiro crossed the line in 7th place and claimed the Best Young Rider's jersey in what some were touting as the queen stage of the Santos Tour Down Under, Wednesday. The 148.5-kilometer stage was a leg breaker: the relentless up and down parcours led to a tough uphill finish to Paracombe, the first GC test of the six-day race.
 
17 Jan 2017 - 05:30
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Extreme heat reduces stage one in Tour Down Under

Edward Theuns sprinted to eighth place in a heat-shortened stage one at the Santos Tour Down Under Tuesday. To no one's surpirse, Australian Caleb Ewan (Orica-Scott), who also won the criterim in Adelaide, captured the bunch sprint into Lyndoch and will wear the leader's jersey into stage two tomorrow.
 
15 Jan 2017 - 16:45
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Trek-Segafredo opens season with the People's Choice Classic

Edward Theuns sprinted to fifth place in the People's Choice Classic criterium Saturday evening in Adelaide, his first race back in the peloton after a six-month hiatus from injury. It was not a super result, explained Theuns, but he was satisfied to be back fighting in the sprints.
 
23 Oct 2016 - 20:15
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Nizzolo caps off successful Abu Dhabi Tour for Trek-Segafredo with 2nd place in final stage

The sun had set and under the floodlights the peloton stretched in a long line, snaking around the F1 Yas Marina circuit. There was little doubt on the fast 5.5-kilometer loop, the final stage of the Abu Dhabi Tour, of anything other than a bunch finish. One last chance at glory for the sprinters as the 2016 season drew to a close in the United Arab Emirates Sunday evening.
 
22 Oct 2016 - 17:00
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Abu Dhabi: Bernard claims best young rider with stunning 7th place in queen stage

Saturday's stage three presented the only climb of the four-day Abu Dhabi Tour, a grueling 10.8-kilometer ascent to the finish, and Julien Bernard demonstrated his prowess for uphills with a stellar seventh place, finishing two seconds behind Alberto Contador (Tinkoff) and Vincenzo Nibali (Astana). Tanel Kangert (Astana) won the 150-kilometer race to the top of Jebel Hafeet...
 
22 Oct 2016 - 16:00
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Beppu sprints to victory in Japan Cup criterium

It was a united - and flashy - Trek-Segafredo team leading the final laps of the Japan Cup criterium Saturday, and Fumiyuki Beppu capped off the cohesive work with a strong sprint to capture his second victory in two years. With thousands of Japanese fans screaming and the highly visible Trek-Segafredo team zipping around the one-kilometer course...
 
20 Oct 2016 - 16:00
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Nizzolo seizes victory in Abu Dhabi stage one

The blustery winds made for a sketchy ending to stage one in the Abu Dhabi Tour Thursday, a perfect scenario for Giacomo Nizzolo, one of the best positioning unpredictable bunch finishes, and he easily held off John Degenkolb (Giant-Alpecin) and Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data) to take the win.
 
25 Sep 2016 - 18:45
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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
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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.

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