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12 Jun 2016 - 16:30

Dauphiné: Little fanfare for Trek-Segafredo in final stage

The Critérium du Dauphiné concluded on Sunday with one rider – Steve Cummings (Dimension Data) - soloing to victory from the day's breakaway while behind the GC battle ended at the line with a reshuffling of the final podium behind Chris Froome (Sky) who sealed the overall win. For Trek-Segafredo, the fight for the overall ended in yesterday's stage five when Bauke Mollema, feeling the effects of a sore throat, eased off the pace...
11 Jun 2016 - 19:00

Cancellara wins Tour de Suisse prologue

Rain began to fall as Fabian Cancellara readied on the start ramp for the 6.4-kilometer prologue that opened the Tour de Suisse Saturday, adding an extra difficulty to the technical course but not preventing him from winning in a time of seven minutes and thirty-eight seconds, a mere six-hundredths of a second faster than Jurgen Roelandts (Lotto Soudal).
10 Jun 2016 - 18:30

Dauphiné: Mollema 8th in stage 5; Hesjedal joins dangerous breakaway

The Critérium du Dauphiné jammed its last three days with mountains, slating the overall classification battle for the end of the eight-day event, and Friday's short but intense stage five kicked off the trio of decisive days. Bauke Mollema passed the first big test with flying colors, finishing 8th on the stage to move up one spot to 9th overall, but with two harder days to come, the GC combat has just begun.
9 Jun 2016 - 20:15

Nizzolo sprints to the win in Gippingen

Giacomo Nizzolo capitalized on a strong Trek-Segafredo team that kept a tight rein on a dangerous 14-man escape group to win the GP des Kantons Aargau, Thursday. The large breakaway escaped early in the 188.7-kilometer race comprised of 10 local circuits, and Trek-Segafredo took the initiative to lead the chase, keeping the leaders within two minutes until more teams came to the fore to help in the latter stages.
8 Jun 2016 - 18:00

Dauphiné: Bonifazio 3rd in stage 3 reduced bunch sprint

The sprinters, including Niccolo Bonifazio, had to dig deep to get over a tough category-two rated climb for another chance at victory in stage three at the Critérium du Dauphiné Wednesday, but despite managing the tough uphill, their chance was spoiled by Fabio Aru (Astana), who held off the peloton for 18 kilometers and soloed to the win.
7 Jun 2016 - 18:00

Dauphiné: Mollema 6th in tough uphill finish

Bauke Mollema sprinted to 6th place, and Ryder Hesjedal arrived in the same time in 19th place after a punishing fast finish to stage two at the Critérium du Dauphiné Tuesday. The 168-kilometer race was a test for the climbers on a hilly parcours, and with the final 20-kilometers predominantly uphill, albeit gradual, the constant attacks resulted in a super-fast pace and the general classification contenders were kept on their toes.
6 Jun 2016 - 18:15

Dauphiné: Theuns 10th in stage one bunch sprint

Edward Theuns sprinted to 10th place in the 186-kilometer first stage at the Critérium du Dauphiné Monday, an unassuming race until the last rider of a two-man breakaway was caught with 13 kilometers remaining. With the breakaway contained, the final run-in was a messy battle...
5 Jun 2016 - 16:15

Dauphiné: Mollema, Hesjedal tops for Trek-Segafredo in steep prologue

A four-kilometer brutally steep climb opened the Critérium du Dauphiné Sunday, and Bauke Mollema and Ryder Hesjedal finished within one second of each other for 15th and 16th places respectively. The Mont Chery climb out of Les Gets started with a gentle up but soon pitched to vicious double digit gradients...
29 May 2016 - 19:00

Giro: Nizzolo relegated in final stage

When Giacomo Nizzolo threw his arms in the air, the first across the line in stage 21 at the Giro d'Italia Sunday, everyone thought the jinx of interminable seconds had finally ended. But the jubilation of victory all came to an abrupt stop when the race jury reviewed the finish video and relegated Nizzolo for an illegal sprint.
27 May 2016 - 17:15

Belgium: Theuns 10th, retains points jersey

Edward Theuns was the best of the bunch for 10th place in stage two at the Baloise Belgium Tour after a nine-man breakaway contested the top places. Although Theuns retained the blue points jersey, easily taking the sprint from the peloton, earlier he was unable to continue with the key escape group that had formed and reshaped on the Berendries climb with 22 kilometers to go...
26 May 2016 - 18:00

Theuns sprints to first season win in Belgium Tour

Edward Theuns capitalized on a great lead-out and sprinted to his first victory of the season in stage one at the Baloise Belgium Tour, Thursday. The 174.5-kilometer stage played out towards a bunch finish with an easily-controlled two men forming the day's breakaway and everything was together again with 17 kilometers remaining.
25 May 2016 - 18:30

Giro: Nizzolo second, again

It's a tune that has become annoyingly old. Giacomo Nizzolo easily out-sprinted everyone in stage 17 but was left with a frustrating second place again. This time thwarted by a last-minute attack with just over one kilometer to go as Roger Kluge (IAM Cycling) pinched the win by meters.
24 May 2016 - 17:45

Giro: GC favorites battle as Trek-Segafredo eyes tomorrow's stage 17

Stage 16 offered a short, but mountainous stage and the general classification favorites traded blows all the way to the finish. The biggest concern for Trek-Segafredo – notably points leader Giacomo Nizzolo – was to make it to the finish within the time limit.
23 May 2016 - 01:00

California: Zubeldia, Stetina crash; Bonifazio 6th in sprint

After seven stages jammed with climbs, the final stage eight was 138 kilometers of pancake flat roads – the easiest stage on paper - and there was little doubt it would end in fast, bunch sprint. But flat stages are often some of the most harrowing.
22 May 2016 - 17:30

Giro: with stage 15 completed, rest day is welcomed

With the stage 15 uphill time trial completed and the much-awaited rest day scheduled tomorrow, Trek-Segafredo welcomes the opportunity to recharge as they look ahead to the final week. In the uphill time trial Sunday, Riccardo Zoidl, was the highest finisher of the team in a time of 31:26
22 May 2016 - 02:15

California: Trek-Segafredo aggressive in stage seven

Trek-Segafredo went into the 175.5-kilometer stage seven motivated and ready for an aggressive race, but despite playing a significant part in the heated action for the first-half, the stage ended in a reduced bunch sprint and Jasper Stuyven sprinted to 6th place.
21 May 2016 - 18:15

Giro: Pharyngitis forces Hesjedal to abandon

Trek-Segafredo received a big blow in stage 14 Saturday when Ryder Hesjedal climbed into the team car halfway through the 210-kilometer race, suffering from pharyngitis (inflammation of the pharynx) and tracheitis (inflammation of the trachea). Hesjedal has been fighting off symptoms since the rest day,
21 May 2016 - 01:30

California: time trial inflicts significant changes in the overall

There was no hiding in the windy, rolling 20.3-kilometer race against the clock – a power course suited to the specialists – and when the final rider crossed the line and the dust settled the overall classification looked vastly different. Peter Stetina, who has shown to be one of the strongest climbers in this year's race, dropped from 2nd to 13th, while teammate Haimar Zubeldia fell from 10th to 12th.
20 May 2016 - 18:45

Giro: Nizzolo takes over red as the race heads into the big mountains

Stage 13 was the first of many decisive mountain stages as the Giro d'Italia heads into its pivotal second half. It was not a stage for sprinter Giacomo Nizzolo to flaunt his speed, more a tough slog over the four big climbs, but it was an opportunity to parade his new magglia rossa in front of his home country fans.
20 May 2016 - 02:30

California: Stuyven rides breakaway to 4th place

When a large 20-man group formed early in the 212-kilometer stage 5 at the Amgen Tour of California, Jasper Stuyven was there. When it became known that Maxime Bouet (Etixx-Quick Step) was also part of the mix and the virtual leader on the road when the gap grew to over five minutes, the team was forced to work to keep Peter Stetina's second in the general classification safe.