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 [...]
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 [...]
Garmin-Cervélo’s Christophe Le-Mével passed the first test in the mountains as the Giro d’Italia raced up its first of eight summit finishes of the 2011 edition. Le-Mével crossed the line 10th in the 110km seventh stage from Maddaloni to Montevergine for his third consecutive top-10 and stayed within shot of the pink jersey at fourth [...]
Peter Stetina kept hold of his best young rider jersey on stage 3 of the Tour of Romandie in Switzerland. Johnny Weltz sent this report: The stage today was one of the easier ones, as the difficulty was all in the end. There was a break that dominated the stage from the beginning and another [...]
The argyle armada was in full swing today, with attacks from Peter Stetina, Tom Danielson and David Millar in the final kilometers of the stage making for a fantastic finale. Johnny Weltz sent this report: The stage started flat out, with three laps of a very hard area. There wasn’t a kilometer that was flat! [...]
We recently caught up with 24-year old Garmin-Cervélo rider Peter Stetina on one of Girona’s staple routes, the Mare de Déu dels Angels climb. A peaceful two-lane road that peaks out at 1,600-feet, the climb seems to see more cyclists than cars and at the top delivers views from the Azule Mediterranean to the white-tipped [...]
See Peter Stetina’s Garmin Edge 500 data downloads from his tireless work for Ryder Hesjedal at the GP Montreal and GP Quebec.
One of Team Garmin-Transitions’ neo-pros, Peter Stetina, is making the most of his debut races in Europe, including making it into a two-rider break for 160km in the Volta a Catalunya, taking over the KOM jersey. He gives us a recap of his season so far in this diary entry: Today was a career highlight [...]