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Simon Yates: It's not enough for me to win the Giro d'Italia

Simon Yates finished the stage to Zoncolan completely empty, disappointed not to have caught Chris Froome to win the stage, but satisfied to have gained another 31 precious seconds on Tom Dumoulin, now his closest rival for the overall victory at the Giro dItalia. Yates looked in control for most of the Monte Zoncolan despite the twisting double-digit gradient. While Fabio Aru, Miguel Angel Lopez, Domenico Pozzovivo and then even Dumoulin slipped back, losing time, Yates pushed on, in control a...


Chris Froome: I'm going to keep racing as hard all the way to Rome

Chris Froome dug deep, suffered perhaps like few times before in his career, and fought all the way to the finish line to conquer the Monte Zoncolan and begin a fight back after losing chunks of time in the Giro dItalia since his crash in Jerusalem. Team Sky had given Froome the option of going home due to his injuries and pain from the subsequent muscle imbalances but he always refused to throw in the towel despite losing time, hoping that he could and would recover and somehow fight back. It...


Tom Dumoulin: It's going to be difficult to win the Giro d'Italia

Tom Dumoulin was in a place beyond words. Monte Zoncolan has that sort of effect. Fifty metres or so past the finish of stage 14 of the Giro dItalia, the Dutchman was flagged down by a pair of Sunweb soigneurs, and he eased to a halt. With eyes glazed and face drawn, he leant silently against a barrier as they helped him into a long-sleeved jersey and wrapped a towel around his neck. Dumoulin had reached the finish in 5th place on the stage, 37 seconds down on winner Chris Froome (Team Sky) and...


Giro d'Italia 2018: Stage 14 highlights - Video

The much feared Monte Zoncolan put an exclamation point at the end of stage 14 of the Giro dItalia, with Chris Froome (Team Sky) scoring an emphatic victory after two weeks of struggles in the race. Although Froome escaped and soloed to the win, he was closely trailed by magila rosa holder Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott), who had the Sky rider in sight at the line but couldnt close the gap on the punishing slopes of the Zoncolan. Domenico Pozzovivo (Bahrain-Merida) was third.ADVERTISEMENT Behin...


Giro d'Italia: Stage 14 finish line quotes

Chris Froome (Team Sky) - stage winner It is a really, really special feeling winning on top of this climb. Such an amazing feeling. Its such a monumental climb for the Giro dItalia, such a monumental climb for the race in general. Its such a good feeling, especially after a hard start to the race for me and the team. The team has supported me so well in these last two weeks, so to get the victory today really means a lot. (Why attack with 4km to go) I felt like that was the moment where the r...


Hall not letting Amgen Women's Race come down to bonus sprints

With her solo stage victory on Friday, Katie Hall (UnitedHealthcare) crowned herself queen of Lake Tahoe in the Amgen Womens Race on Friday. It was her third win there in the span of four years. And unlike last year, Hall now holds a comfortable lead heading into the final stage, a 70-km sprinters stage on a city circuit in Sacramento. Halls preparation for the UCI Womens WorldTour race had gone well with overall victories in the Joe Martin Stage Race, Tour of the Gila, and Redlands Bicycle Cla...


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Simon Yates: It's not enough for me to win the Giro d'Italia

Simon Yates finished the stage to Zoncolan completely empty, disappointed not to have caught Chris Froome to win the stage, but satisfied to have gained another 31 precious seconds on Tom Dumoulin, now his closest rival for the overall victory at the Giro dItalia. Yates looked in control for most of the Monte Zoncolan despite the twisting double-digit gradient. While Fabio Aru, Miguel Angel Lopez, Domenico Pozzovivo and then even Dumoulin slipped back, losing time, Yates pushed on, in control a...


Chris Froome: I'm going to keep racing as hard all the way to Rome

Chris Froome dug deep, suffered perhaps like few times before in his career, and fought all the way to the finish line to conquer the Monte Zoncolan and begin a fight back after losing chunks of time in the Giro dItalia since his crash in Jerusalem. Team Sky had given Froome the option of going home due to his injuries and pain from the subsequent muscle imbalances but he always refused to throw in the towel despite losing time, hoping that he could and would recover and somehow fight back. It...


Tom Dumoulin: It's going to be difficult to win the Giro d'Italia

Tom Dumoulin was in a place beyond words. Monte Zoncolan has that sort of effect. Fifty metres or so past the finish of stage 14 of the Giro dItalia, the Dutchman was flagged down by a pair of Sunweb soigneurs, and he eased to a halt. With eyes glazed and face drawn, he leant silently against a barrier as they helped him into a long-sleeved jersey and wrapped a towel around his neck. Dumoulin had reached the finish in 5th place on the stage, 37 seconds down on winner Chris Froome (Team Sky) and...


Giro d'Italia 2018: Stage 14 highlights - Video

The much feared Monte Zoncolan put an exclamation point at the end of stage 14 of the Giro dItalia, with Chris Froome (Team Sky) scoring an emphatic victory after two weeks of struggles in the race. Although Froome escaped and soloed to the win, he was closely trailed by magila rosa holder Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott), who had the Sky rider in sight at the line but couldnt close the gap on the punishing slopes of the Zoncolan. Domenico Pozzovivo (Bahrain-Merida) was third.ADVERTISEMENT Behin...


Giro d'Italia: Stage 14 finish line quotes

Chris Froome (Team Sky) - stage winner It is a really, really special feeling winning on top of this climb. Such an amazing feeling. Its such a monumental climb for the Giro dItalia, such a monumental climb for the race in general. Its such a good feeling, especially after a hard start to the race for me and the team. The team has supported me so well in these last two weeks, so to get the victory today really means a lot. (Why attack with 4km to go) I felt like that was the moment where the r...


Hall not letting Amgen Women's Race come down to bonus sprints

With her solo stage victory on Friday, Katie Hall (UnitedHealthcare) crowned herself queen of Lake Tahoe in the Amgen Womens Race on Friday. It was her third win there in the span of four years. And unlike last year, Hall now holds a comfortable lead heading into the final stage, a 70-km sprinters stage on a city circuit in Sacramento. Halls preparation for the UCI Womens WorldTour race had gone well with overall victories in the Joe Martin Stage Race, Tour of the Gila, and Redlands Bicycle Cla...


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