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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.
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.
20 Sep 2016 - 18:00

Eneco: Felline tops for Trek-Segafredo in time trial

Fabio Felline completed the stage two 9.6-kilometer time trial at the Eneco Tour in a time of 11 minutes and 12 seconds, 24 seconds off the pace of winner Rohan Dennis (BMC), who was one of only two riders to go under 11 minutes. The pancake flat course suited the specialists and not Felline, who would have preferred a climb or two...
19 Sep 2016 - 18:30

Eneco: Nizzolo 6th in stage one sprint finish

The Eneco Tour opened with a flat first stage in the Netherlands, and as expected it all culminated in a fast, albeit slightly disorganized bunch sprint. Giacomo Nizzolo, fresh off winning Coppa Bernocchi last week, was one of the many sprinters discombobulated by the swirling mass of riders roaring into the final kilometers.
12 Sep 2016 - 00:45

Trek-Segafredo assertive in thrilling GP de Montreal

Jasper Stuyven finished in 12th place for the reduced bunch sprint in Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal Sunday after a thrilling finale saw Rui Costa (Lampre-Merida) pulled back in the final meters. Trek-Segafredo helped push the pace in the final ascents of the Mt. Royal climb to try and make the race difficult, and to the liking of Bauke Mollema. On the last time up the 1.6-kilometer uphill that the peloton tackled 16 times, Ryder Hesjedal accelerated hard, putting the first major sting into the final selection.
11 Sep 2016 - 23:15

Felline clinches green jersey in Madrid

Fabio Felline crossed the line in 20th place in stage 21 at the 2016 Vuelta a Espana on Sunday to win the overall in the points competition. Although Felline never reached his goal of a stage victory, his persistence netted him a second place in stage five, followed with four thirds that included two mountain summit finishes, pushing him into the points competition fight.
11 Sep 2016 - 19:15

Van Poppel 4th, Mosco cements 10th GC in final Britain stage

Boy van Poppel powered to fourth place in stage eight at the Tour of Britain, Sunday, while stagiaire Jacopo Mosca, who has raced brilliantly all week, finished safely in 25th to secure his 10th overall. The 99.2-kilometer circuit race, held in the heart of London, concluded the eight-day event...
10 Sep 2016 - 19:45

La Vuelta: Green for Felline!

Fabio Felline closed in on the two leaders with just over one kilometer remaining of the summit finish in stage 20, fighting back, once again, after being distanced from his breakaway companions on the 21-kilometer uphill, the last climb of the 2016 Vuelta a Espana. Although Felline didn't quite manage to get to the wheels of Pierre Latour (AG2R La Mondiale) and Darwin Atapuma (BMC) before they began the skirmish for the stage win, his tenacity earned him his fifth top-three finish of the three-week race and the green points jersey.
9 Sep 2016 - 23:45

Mollema 8th in thrilling ending to GP Quebec

Bauke Mollema sprinted to 8th place in another beautiful and thrilling race that culminated on the sharp climb of Grande Allée in Old Québec. The 16 laps of the stunning 12.6-kilometer Quebec City circuit played out in similar fashion as previous years; however, a headwind on the stair-stepped climb in the final kilometers presented a different outcome.
9 Sep 2016 - 19:15

Tour of Britain: Mosca continues to shine in queen stage

Stagiaire Jacopo Mosca, 23, climbed with the top general classification favorites in a taxing finish to stage six at the Tour of Britain to finish 11th and maintained 9th place overall. Mosca again positioned in the front for the final 30 kilometers when the roads began a relentless pitch upwards, and when he briefly lost the wheels of the favorites under the ferocious attacks, he valiantly fought back as a small regrouping occurred ahead of the final steep kilometer.
9 Sep 2016 - 18:15

La Vuelta: Felline 9th, Zoidl 12th in stage 19 time trial

Fabio Felline and Riccardo Zoidl put in their best efforts for the stage 19 time trial Friday to finish in 9th and 12th places respectively. After almost three weeks jammed with brutal climbs, the predominantly flat 37-kilometer course offered a drastic change, and after 18 grueling races, it was anyone's guess how the body, and legs, would react.
8 Sep 2016 - 19:30

La Vuelta: Beppu strong in breakaway; Reijnen gives Trek-Segafredo another top 10

Kiel Reijnen sprinted to 6th place in stage 18 to give Trek-Segafredo its 11th, and fifth consecutive, top 10 finish at the Vuelta a Espana, but the victory still eludes the team despite their best efforts. Fumy Beppu jumped into the breakaway that escaped in the first kilometers...
7 Sep 2016 - 19:45

La Vuelta: Zubeldia 10th in stage 17 grueling summit finish

Haimar Zubeldia finished in 10th place on another tough summit finish at the Vuelta a Espana after joining the 27-rider breakaway that gained enough advantage to fight out the stage 17 win. The Vuelta tackled the Mas de la Costa for the first time, a four-kilometer ultra-steep climb with a 12.7% average grade, a brutal ending to the hilly 177.5-kilometer race.
7 Sep 2016 - 19:15

Tour of Britain: Van Poppel 6th as Mosca maintains GC

It was a decimated peloton that contested the sprint finish for stage four in the Tour of Britain after 217 kilometers and 4,000 meters of climbing, and Boy van Poppel, handed another rare opportunity to make a sprint, battled to sixth place. The harsh terrain of Wales carved most of the sprinters...
6 Sep 2016 - 02:30

Tour of Alberta: Mollema secures second overall

Bauke Mollema finished with the peloton in the final stage in the Tour of Alberta to secure second place overall, one second behind overall winner Robin Carpenter (Holowesko-Citadel). Same as the two previous years, the Tour of Alberta concluded with the Edmonton circuit race, but the short climbs and fast course offered little opportunity to shake up the general classification. But it did not stop Trek-Segafredo from trying.
5 Sep 2016 - 20:15

La Vuelta: Reijnen 8th in stage 16 bunch sprint

Kiel Reijnen was handed an unexpected chance to contest the bunch finish of stage 16 and sprinted to 8th place. The team's strategy for the 156-kilometer race was to work for Fabio Felline in the projected bunch sprint, but Reijnen was backup for the fast finish if Felline felt he didn't have the legs...
5 Sep 2016 - 19:30

Tour of Britain: stagiaire Mosca 10th in punishing stage two

Trek-Segafredo stagiaire Jacopo Mosca finished in 10th place in the first general classification test in the Tour of Britain after joining the day's breakaway with teammate Marco Coledan. While Coledan threw all his effort into helping the breakaway stay ahead of the chasing peloton, Mosca showed his prowess for climbing and stayed with the top riders to the finish - an incredible performance for the young Italian.
5 Sep 2016 - 05:45

Tour of Alberta: Mollema wins time trial, moves into 2nd GC

Defending champion Bauke Mollema won the stage four individual time trial at the Tour of Alberta to move into second place overall. It was the first professional time trial victory for Mollema known for his exceptional climbing ability and not for his strength against the clock, but he has made significant gains in the time trial this year.
4 Sep 2016 - 19:00

La Vuelta: Felline third in riveting stage 15

An unexpected breakaway with overall leader Nairo Quintana (Movistar) and sixth overall Alberto Contador (Tinkoff) made for a riveting stage 15, and Fabio Felline – also joining the thrilling action out front – climbed to an incredible third in the summit finish at the end of the 118-kilometer race.