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1 May 2017 - 20:00

Degenkolb third in rain-soaked Eschborn-Frankfurt

John Degenkolb sprinted to third place in his hometown race Eschborn-Frankfurt, while teammate Jasper Stuyven made it two in the top ten after Trek-Segafredo played a strong team game in a wet and cold day on the bike. The 215.7-kilometer German classic started under rainy skies and the miserable conditions continued for the duration of the race creating a demanding day for all.
30 Apr 2017 - 17:15

Felline caps superb week with outstanding time trial

Fabio Felline gave an outstanding performance in a tough 18-kilometer individual time trial that concluded the Tour of Romandie Sunday, finishing in the fifth fastest time and closing out a superb week with a fourth place overall. With numerous fast men against the clock sitting seconds behind Felline in the classification...
29 Apr 2017 - 18:15

Romandie: Felline relinquishes yellow but keeps overall podium in sight

Fabio Felline arrived in 17th place in the queen stage at the Tour of Romandie, relinquishing his yellow jersey he has held since the prologue, but still within reach of the overall podium. Felline knew it would take a monumental effort - and then some - to keep yellow, and a gritty effort just to stay in contention with the pure climbers and GC contenders like Richie Porte and Chris Froome, amongst others.
28 Apr 2017 - 19:00

Romandie: Felline still in yellow as Trek-Segafredo eyes the final two stages

The weather cooperated for stage three at the Tour de Romandie, and the dry conditions endorsed an expected bunch finish. While the sprinters knocked elbows in the finale, Fabio Felline and the rest of the team played it safe, rolling across the line in the bunch and conserving everything for the queen stage tomorrow.
27 Apr 2017 - 19:15

Romandie: Trek-Segafredo retains yellow in brutal wintery conditions

Miserable winter-like conditions plagued the peloton for stage two at the Tour de Romandie resulting in a frozen peloton zapped of impetus to catch the last remnants of the day's breakaway. While Stefan Küng (BMC) won a two-up battle for the stage honors, Fabio Felline arrived with the bunch 20 seconds later and sprinted to 6th place. After a race of cohesive teamwork in atrocious weather, Trek-Segafredo defended yellow for another day.
26 Apr 2017 - 18:45

Romandie: Felline defends yellow in stage 1 summit finish

Fabio Felline sprinted across the line in thirteenth place in a rain-soaked summit finish at the Tour de Romandie and will continue to wear the yellow jersey into stage two tomorrow. Despite the long 14-kilometer climb and several attacks, it was a large group that contested the stage with 58 riders arriving at the line. Felline was positioned well for the final dash at one kilometer to go, but as the road tilted downward to the line a swarm of riders overtook him and the door shut.
25 Apr 2017 - 19:15

Fabio Felline wins Romandie prologue

Fabio Felline won the Tour de Romandie prologue and answered his disappointment of Liege-Bastogne-Liege in the best way possible. This season has been a series of frustrations for the passionate Italian whose good form went unrewarded until today. In his post-race interview, he dedicated the victory to Michele Scarponi and a family close to him who went through a similar tragic situation.
23 Apr 2017 - 19:45

Liege-Bastogne-Liege: Felline dissatisfied in 16th

La Doyenne. The oldest of the five Monuments and the hardest in the trio of Ardennes that conclude the spring Classics. It was the last chance for Trek-Segafredo to salvage a big result from the season as the team transitions to a post-Cancellara era.
23 Apr 2017 - 17:45

Croatia: Van Poppel 3rd on uphill finish

After Marco Coledan animated the final stage in the breakaway until the final 1500 meters, Boy van Poppel worked his way into a fantastic third place finish on the cobbled uphill of stage six at the Tour of Croatia. It was a great ending to the spring Classics for a loyal teammate, who until the bitter end was working for his leader.
21 Apr 2017 - 19:45

Croatia: A race back to form for Nizzolo

Giacomo Nizzolo could muster no better than eighth place in the bunch kick that ended the 171-kilometer stage four Friday, far from where he was a year ago when he sprinted to two stage wins at the Tour of Croatia. However, Giacomo is competing in his first races this year after tendonitis sidelined him for the first months of the season, and his accomplishments this week have exceeded expectations, explained director Adriano Baffi
20 Apr 2017 - 18:15

Croatia: Nizzolo sprints to second in stage 3

Giacomo Nizzolo is quickly finding back his sprinting form as he finished in second place in the long 237-kilometer stage three at the Tour of Croatia Thursday. In only his second opportunity of the season, Giacomo improved on his fifth place in stage one and is knocking on victory's door.
19 Apr 2017 - 22:15

Croatia: Bernard 14th in summit finish

Julien Bernard climbed to 14th place in a snow-shortened stage two at the Tour of Croatia Wednesday. It was a rare chance for one of the team's workhorses to ride for himself, and while Bernard admitted he received great support from his teammates, he fell short of his own expectations on the long summit finish.
19 Apr 2017 - 18:15

La Flèche Wallonne: A learning experience for Trek-Segafredo's young riders

Jarlinson Pantano was the team's designated leader for La Flèche Wallonne, but it was two of the team's youngsters, Michael Gogl, 23, and Ruben Guerreiro, 22, who also arrived with a decimated peloton at the foot of the punishing Mur de Huy for the third and last time.
18 Apr 2017 - 17:45

Croatia: Nizzolo nets 5th in comeback race

A long, cold and wet 227-kilometer sprint stage greeted the riders for the opening day at the Tour of Croatia, a pitiless return to competition for Giacomo Nizzolo, who started his first race of 2017. The expected sprint played out, but Nizzolo, far from his top form, couldn't prosper from the good leadout and excellent positioning and faded to fifth place in the last meters. It was not unexpected after his lengthy layoff to a nagging injury and with less than a month of hard training in his legs.
16 Apr 2017 - 18:45

Gogl shows promise with 8th in Amstel Gold Race

Michael Gogl, 23, demonstrated his proclivity for the Ardennes Classics with a convincing performance in Amstel Gold Race Sunday that saw him hold off the peloton for eighth place after he attacked in the closing kilometers. With a breakaway of seven up the road that a power-packed seven-man chase group...
9 Apr 2017 - 20:00

Stuyven caps a stellar team effort with fourth place in Paris-Roubaix

Jasper Stuyven raced a Paris-Roubaix beyond his years: off the front in a key breakaway for almost 40 kilometers, making the final decisive split of seven riders, and ultimately finishing in 4th place. Without a doubt, the 24-year-old put on a performance that showed he has a bright future in the iconic Monument.
8 Apr 2017 - 18:15

Alberto Contador time trials into second overall in Pais Vasco

Alberto Contador pulled everything he had out of his hat – even a bike change – but could not top Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) from winning the Vuelta al Pais Vasco Saturday, as he settled for second place. Again. On a 27.7-kilometer time trial course better suited to power riders, Contador knew he had to make his difference in the opening six-kilometer climb, and he rolled off the start ramp on his Project One Émonda.
7 Apr 2017 - 18:00

Contador 6th in queen stage as Pais Vasco heads into TT showdown

Alberto Contador finished in 6th place of the summit finish in stage five of the Vuelta al Pais Vasco, losing three seconds in the final meters after he was hindered by BMC's Samuel Sanchez's crash. The top five riders hold the same time in the overall classification, with Contador in sixth place at three seconds. Tomorrow will be a showdown in 'the race of truth' and the final 27 kilometers of the week will decide it all.
6 Apr 2017 - 19:30

Pais Vasco: Contador survives crash, two bike changes, and late puncture

It was a crazy day. After crashing with just over 30 kilometers to go, changing to his spare bike, suffering another mechanical and swapping bikes with Julien Bernard at the bottom of the last climb, Alberto Contador just wanted to see the finish line.
5 Apr 2017 - 19:45

Scheldeprijs: Van Poppel 12th, Thuens 14th

It's a mid-week classic tucked between the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix and without any of the chief difficulties of the two Monuments, always ends in a bunched finish. The oldest of the Flanders Classics, it is a sprinter's delight, and this year was no different: Marcel Kittel (Quick-Step Floors) notched his fifth win while Trek-Segafredo suffered from one the ills of mass sprints that left leadout whiz Boy van Poppel without his cargo – Edward Theuns – in the last kilometer. Van Poppel mustered the best finish he could, finishing in 12th place.