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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.
8 Jul 2017 - 17:45

Top GC unchanged after stage 8 mountains

Alberto Contador arrived with the peloton containing all the GC favorites, and there were no changes to the top of the leaderboard after a grueling stage eight in the Tour de France Saturday. A lot of riders had today's stage red-circled for a breakaway, and it was not until 70 aggressive kilometers...
7 Jul 2017 - 19:00

Degenkolb 5th; Contador ready for a mountainous weekend

John Degenkolb sprinted to fifth place in stage seven of the Tour de France Friday, continuing to show improvement after his nasty crash in the final meters of stage four,, while Alberto Contador was guided safely through a nervous day of wind. After throwing his energy into the team duties for most of the race, Degenkolb...
6 Jul 2017 - 19:00

Despite injuries, Degenkolb sprints to 10th in stage six

John Degenkolb has not let the injuries he sustained in the high-speed stage four crash get in his way, working determinedly in Wednesday's stage five for Alberto Contador, and again in the finish of stage six today, where he also sprinted to 10th place.
5 Jul 2017 - 18:15

Contador 8th in Tour's first summit finish

Alberto Contador finished in 8th place in the steep summit finish of stage five Wednesday and passed the first big climbing test of the 2017 Tour de France. It is always a question how the legs will react on the first mountain ascent and, unlike previous years, the first summit finish arrived early in the first week, throwing the climbers into the fire after only four stages.
4 Jul 2017 - 17:45

Degenkolb falls in crash-marred finale

It was a long, uneventful 207-kilometer stage four of the Tour de France Tuesday until the final kilometer when two successive high-speed crashes left many battered and bruised bodies on the ground, including Trek-Segafredo sprinter John Degenkolb. The first crash occurred near the front of the peloton...
3 Jul 2017 - 19:00

Contador 18th in tricky uphill finish

Trek-Segafredo can check off another successful day in the Tour de France after they positioned Alberto Contador perfectly ahead of a tricky uphill finish to stage three Monday. Contador quickly jumped up to third position at the start of the 1.6-kilometer final uphill and was quick to react to a dangerous looking attack by Richie Porte (BMC) before falling back in the final meters to finish in 18th place.
2 Jul 2017 - 18:45

Contador safely through first road stage

Trek-Segafredo's primary goal for the first road stage of the 2017 Tour de France was to see Alberto Contador safely through the 203 kilometers and, during a period of pounding rain where they avoided a massive crash and a frenzied sprint ending, they succeeded.
1 Jul 2017 - 19:45

Contador plays it safe in wet opening time trial

Alberto Contador opted to ride a conservative and safe opening time trial in the 2017 Tour de France after non-stop rain resulted in a wet and dangerous course. Contador's time of 16 minutes and 58 seconds placed him well-down the stage standings in 68th place...
25 Jun 2017 - 21:15

Guerreiro and Pedersen win National titles

Two of Trek-Segafredo's young talents, Ruben Guerreiro, 22, and Mads Pedersen, 21, won their National Championships road titles Sunday. Guerreiro won in an uphill finish in Portugal, giving him the prestigious title in his first year as a professional, while the youngest member of Trek-Segafredo, Pedersen, took home the coveted honor by out sprinting five others from his breakaway group in Denmark's National Championships.
Fabio Felline TT Italian Championships
23 Jun 2017 - 22:15

Brändle and Felline take silver medals at national time trial championships of Austria and Italy

Over a varied, 27.80 km course course through the countryside between Grünau im Almtal and Almsee, Matthias Brändle stopped the clock in 33:27.19, 40.68 seconds slower than the winner, Georg Preidler, who recorded an average speed of 50,89 km/h. Earlier in the day, Fabio Felline finished 22 seconds down on Gianni Moscon over a 38.1km route between the towns of Ciriè and Caluso, north of Turin. Fabio finished significantly ahead of third-placed Manuel Quinziato, who ended his race 1'36" adrift of Moscon's time.
18 Jun 2017 - 18:15

Tour de Suisse: Felline 11th in final time trial

Fabio Felline showed the virus that had been plaguing him for most of the Tour de Suisse is finally behind him, finishing the final stage 28-kilometer time trial in 11th place, one minute and six seconds behind winner Rohan Dennis (BMC). It was not a significant result by any means, but it was a positive ending...
17 Jun 2017 - 19:00

Tour de Suisse: Felline shows flashes of old self in stage 8

It has been a rough week for the team at the Tour de Suisse after a stomach virus wreaked havoc on the team, forcing Jarlinson Pantano and Matthias Brändle to abandon, and leaving Fabio Felline struggling for most of the race. In Saturday's penultimate stage 8, Fabio finally showed flashes of his old self, following the crucial moves in the last climb and even launching his own attack in the final five kilometers.
15 Jun 2017 - 20:15

Tour de Suisse: Pantano, Brändle abandon to illness

It was a dismal stage six for Trek-Segafredo Thursday after two riders, Jarlinson Pantano and Matthias Brändle, abandoned due to a stomach bug that has been plaguing the team. Pantano was first inflicted during the second stage, which left him struggling to finish the race, eventually arriving 20 minutes in arrears and eliminating him from contention in his season's biggest goal
14 Jun 2017 - 18:30

Tour de Suisse: Degenkolb foiled in stage 5 sprint

John Degenkolb was unable to cap the labor of his Trek-Segafredo teammates in the sprint finish of stage five when he had to brake in the final meters right as he was about to launch after Peter Sagan (Bora Hansgrohe), who had caught everyone by surprise with an early move.
12 Jun 2017 - 19:15

Tour de Suisse: Dege third in stage three sprint

John Degenkolb sprinted to third place in a tough uphill finish in stage two at the Tour de Suisse Monday, finishing behind winner Michael Matthews (Sunweb) and Peter Sagan (Bora Hansgrohe). The peloton faced an ornery ending to the 159-kilometer race that culminated in the center of Bern...
11 Jun 2017 - 20:15

Tour de Suisse: Pantano suffers stomach ailment, drops from contention

Stage two at the Tour de Suisse was to be straightforward for Trek-Segafredo's leader Jarlinson Pantano on a day expected to end in a reduced bunch sprint but not test the general classification favorites. While the projected ending played out, and John Degenkolb was there, poised and ready, Pantano was mysteriously missing from the 60-strong bunch that arrived to fight out the finish of the 173-kilometer race.
11 Jun 2017 - 18:30

Dauphiné: Fireworks in final stage shuffles final GC

The Critérium du Dauphiné ended with a thrilling and grueling stage eight, giving Alberto Contador the hard work he fancied to help him prepare for his season's biggest goal in three weeks. The GC went through a huge overall as BMC's Richie Porte lost his race lead and Chris Froome fell from the podium while Contador held firm through most of the fireworks, but dropped in the final kilometers to fall in the final standings to 11th overall.