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Longo Borghini: At Trek-Segafredo we don't care which one of us wins

Elisa Longo Borghini (Trek-Segafredo) finished off a team effort by soloing to stage and overall victory on the final day of the Emakumeen Bira on Saturday. Her teammates Anna Plichta and Audrey Cordon-Ragot had been up the road earlier in the stage, and on the final climb Longo Borghini launched her own move. On the last climb, Garcia of Movistar attacked, and I followed. I went by instinct and just continued to the top as fast as I could, and all of a sudden I had 28 seconds, Longo Borghini s...


EF Education First ready to race off the beaten path at Dirty Kanza

EF Education First promised to venture into uncharted territory for a UCI WorldTour team in 2019, and the US program run by Jonathan Vaughters is living up to those words as Taylor Phinney, Lachlan Morton and Alex Howes prepare to race a 360km, mostly gravel, mass-start race next week. EF Education First Pro Cyclings alternative racing program begins in Emporia, Kansas, at the Dirty Kanza one-day race on Saturday, June 1, when the trio of EF riders and more than 2,000 of their closest friends w...


Simon Yates fights back with a show of Giro d'Italia pride in Courmayeur

Simon Yates looked down and out after losing two minutes to his Giro dItalia rivals and slipping to 12th after Friday’s mountain finish at Lago Serru. But the Briton got back in the ring and fought back with a show of pride on Saturday during stage 14. The Mitchelton-Scott leader refused to give up every time he was distanced on the steep Colle San Carlo climb in the finale of the 131km-five climb stage and then chased after the front group containing Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma), Nibali (Bahrai...


Carapaz: I knew Nibali and Roglic were watching one another

Is he the leader Mikel Landa asked as he pulled the tab on a can of Fanta past the finish in Courmayeur. The Basque had just placed fifth on stage 14 of the Giro dItalia, and his most pressing concern on crossing the line had been to find a Movistar soigneur amid the mass of television crews and team personnel swarming around the finish area. There was no time just yet to start calculating the overall standings. Landa knew already that Richard Carapaz had claimed stage victory but it was only w...


Giro d'Italia: Roglic makes up with Nibali but lets Carapaz shoulder pink

Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma) and Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida) partially made up and became allies out on the road on the second mountain stage of the Giro d’Italia to Courmayeur on Saturday, but their mind games and rivalry continued to influence the racing, with Roglic happy to let Richard Carapaz (Movistar) take the race leader’s pink jersey and the pressure and responsibility that comes with it. Nibali continued with his personal race against the Slovenian. He moved up from fifth to third...


Nibali: Roglic had a different kind of attitude today on Giro d'Italia

It wasn’t quite Roy Keane and Patrick Vieira in the tunnel at Highbury all those years ago, but the awkwardness was palpable when Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida) and Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma) crossed paths at the sign-on in Saint-Vincent ahead of stage 14 of the Giro d’Italia. A half-smile of acknowledgement, but no handshake. The polemica of the previous day, it seemed, was still raw. “It’s all part of the game, we’re fighting to win the Giro,” Nibali said of his lament that Roglic had mark...


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