Ramunas Navardauskas had another good result from this Giro, leading the chase group to the line to claim second on the stage.
Ramunas Navardauskas had another strong ride in the Giro, riding in the main break and lasting to be one of the final riders caught.
Ryder Hesjedal put in a solid time trial to stay well within contention of the overall as the race heads towards the first rest day on Monday.
Rain played a factor on today’s stage but fortunately all argyle stayed safe and Ryder Hesjedal kept his GC position.
Another active day for the argyle with wet roads making for a nervous finish, but Ryder Hesjedal rode strong to move up the overall into fifth.
Ryder Hesjedal went on the attack today, making for an exciting stage.
It was a chaotic finish to the first stage but all argyle are accounted for and ready for the team time trial on stage 2!
Photos from the Giro d’Italia team presentation featuring defending champion Ryder Hesjedal.
Today is a historic day for Garmin-Barracuda team managed by Slipstream Sports, LLC, as Ryder Hesjedal won the General Classification of the Giro d’Italia — the first Grand Tour victory for the team started by Jonathan Vaughters.
David Millar won the final stage of the 2011 Giro d’Italia to cap a successful run through the Italian tour that included two days in the pink jersey and two riders in the top-25 overall. Millar swept to victory on the 26km time trial course in Milano in 30 minutes, 13 seconds (51.627kph) to claim [...]
Garmin-Cervélo’s grand tour rookie Peter Stetina confirmed his potential by fighting right to the end in Saturday’s epic climbing stage over the Finestre pass to finish 19th on the stage and climb to 22nd overall. Christophe Le-Mével defended his 15th place overall in the Giro’s parting shot in the mountains. Vasily Kiryenka won out of [...]
Christophe Le-Mével climbed into 15th overall in Friday’s rainy mountain stage as just two days remain in the Giro d’Italia. Le-Mével crossed the line 30th at 2:20 behind stage-winner Paolo Tiralongo in the 209km 19th stage from Bergamo to Macugnaga and slotted into 15th overall, now at 23:25 behind leader Alberto Contador. “The fatigue of [...]
Garmin-Cervélo survived Thursday’s short but fast 151km 18th stage at the Giro d’Italia to push one day closer to Milan, where the 2011 Giro ends on Sunday. Garmin-Cervélo tried to put a man into the day’s main breakaway, but the attacks were reeled in one after another as teams and riders vied to make a [...]
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Moving into the third week of the Giro d’Italia, the general classification is still wide open, and Christophe Le-Mével is poised for a great result in Milan! The third week of the Giro starts with a 229 kilometer stage over 5 mountain passes, including the Passo Giau at an elevation of 2,236 meters (7,378 feet). [...]
Garmin-Cervélo’s Peter Stetina and Christophe Le-Mével were rock solid on the summit finish up Monte Zoncolan in the 172km 14th stage at the Giro d’Italia to keep the team’s top-10 GC hopes alive. Stetina led the way with 15th on the stage at 3:29 back while Le-Mével crossed the line 18th at 4:00 behind stage-winner [...]
Christophe Le-Mével’s GC hopes took a blow in Friday’s grueling, four-climb stage into Austria at the Giro d’Italia. Christophe Le-Mével’s GC hopes took a blow in Friday’s grueling, four-climb stage into Austria at the Giro d’Italia. Le-Mével suffered on the final climb to the Grossglockner summit and crossed the line 26th at 3:49 back. The [...]