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Kristoff angry with Venturini in Tour of Oman sprint

Having won on the opening stage and finished second on stage 2, Alexander Kristoff (UAE Team Emirates) was the favourite for stage 4 of the Tour of Oman on Tuesday but was left frustrated by what he felt was a dangerous sprint by Clement Venturini (AG2R La Mondiale), who took third place. After the bunch had been thinned by three ascents of the Al Jabal Street climb, Venturini’s teammate Oliver Naesen led out the sprint, and Kristoff opened the taps when Greg Van Avermaet (CCC Team) launched th...


Colbrelli: I feel ready to win a big Classic

The long guttural roar let out by Sonny Colbrelli as he crossed the finish line on stage 4 of the Tour of Oman showed just how much victory meant to him. It was the first of the season for him and also his Bahrain-Merida team and, amid some doubts, provided confirmation that hes on track for the Classics. Today was the first time I felt good here, Colbrelli said, explaining that hed struggled to adapt to the Middle Eastern heat on the opening three stages. Thats good for the morale ahead of the...


Erik Zabel: Disc brakes can be the difference between winning and losing

Disc brakes can make the difference between winning and losing, according to Erik Zabel, and the German is doing his best to make sure that Katusha-Alpecin is on the winning side. Zabel joined the team as their performance manager over the winter, having previously worked with them as a sprint coach before he was suspended after he confessed to doping during his career. With disc brakes, a rider can brake both easier and later. Rim brakes require the use of the full hand, he said, and disc brak...


Sunweb target UAE Tour title with Tom Dumoulin and Kelderman

Team Sunweb will take a dual-pronged approach to the inaugural UAE Tour as they target the general classification with Tom Dumoulin and Wilco Kelderman. The team also has their eyes set on early success with the team time trial on stage one, on top of the three opportunities for the sprinters. For both Kelderman and Dumoulin, it will their first competitive outings for the 2019 season. Unlike some of the races later this season, Dumoulin and Kelderman will have equal standing within the team fo...


Van Avermaet: I was too honest and left a gap for Colbrelli

Sonny Colbrelli, lapping up the applause on the podium after stage 4 of the Tour of Oman, described him as a ‘gentleman’, but Greg Van Avermaet was finding that being a nice guy was scant consolation for finishing last. As they charged for the line on the false flat finishing straight, Van Avermaet led the way on the right-hand side of the road but left a gap to the barrier. Colbrelli, who gave warning, didn’t hesitate and punched through to take his and Bahrain-Merida’s first victory of the se...


Jesus Herrada in the hunt for Tour of Oman title

Jesús Herrada (Cofidis) finished fourth overall at last year’s Tour of Oman, and on Sunday he propelled himself into the battle for the 2019 title with second place on the uphill finish in Qurayyat on stage 3.    Alexey Lutsenko (Astana) surged clear in the final 500 metres of the 2.8km climb to collect his second victory in as many days, but a second later Herrada hit the line ahead of Greg Van Avermaet (CCC Team) and a heavily fragmented lead group. Herrada, who won the opening race at the C...


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Garmin Vivoactive HR GPS Wrist Watch - garmin-computer_vivoactive_hr by Garmin International

Item description: This Cycling Garmin International product is by Garmin International - CHANGE THE WAY YOU FITNESS Whether you're training for a race, running after the icecream truck, or setting daily step goals to combat your cubical career, this watch is there to capture it all. Sleek enough to pass acceptably through your cousins wedding, the Garmin Vivoactive HR GPS stealthily utilizes wrist-based heart rate reading to take your daily activity tracking and training data analysis to the next level. The Vivoactive is GPS-enabled to track routes, distance, speed, and other metrics depending on your choice of activity, which can be uploaded to Garmin Connect for in-depth analysis. It connects to Garmin's app store, Connect IQ, which opens the unit up for virtually limitless customizability through third-party apps and features. It also comes with some unexpected features, like activity goals-assigned based on inveterate activity levels-and sedentary alarms-which warn you when life at the desk is threatening your daily activity goals.The Vivoactive HR G... Learn More

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