Posts Tagged "BMC Racing Team"

Cadel Evans versus Teejay Van Garderen. This is the leadership picture and in-fight that is currently going on at BMC Racing. One possibly past his best versus the up-and-coming young talent.

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Cadel Evans has gone through hell and back during his long career in cycling to make it to where he is now.

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Two years ago Cadel Evans rode onto the Champs Elysees in the Tour de France’s yellow jersey but on Sunday he’ll arrive in Paris facing an uncertain future following a “very disappointing” race.

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When plan B collapsed before plan A, BMC’s Tour unravelled in just a few short minutes on Stage 8.

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The Team Time Trial has had it’s time in the sun at the Tour de France but it’s now time for the clock to be reset on it.

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Until the start of the Giro d’Italia three weeks ago in Napoli, there were significant speculation about who should be the team leader for BMC at the 2013 Tour de France.

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The pieces of the puzzle are gradually falling into place for Cadel Evans, who this week said he felt his BMC team for the Tour de France was stronger than the one which helped deliver him to the yellow jersey last year.

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Cadel Evans will miss both the Fleche-Wallonne on Wednesday and Liege-Bastogne-Liege on Sunday as he continues his recovery from a sinus infection.

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Tour de France champion Cadel Evans readily admitted his form was not as good as it was a year ago after struggling in the Tirreno-Adriatico race.

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Cadel Evans is one of eight riders from BMC Racing to compete in the 190km Strade Bianche this weekend in Italy.

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Tour de France champion Cadel Evans will open his new season at the Mallorca Challenge, starting Sunday.

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Australian cycling star Cadel Evans has capped off his impressive year in the world champion’s jersey with another fifth placing on the international rankings.

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Cadel Evans admits he’s taking a risk by switching to ride for ambitious, but relatively unproven, American outfit BMC Racing Team. But it’s a gamble he’s happy to take as he pursues his dream of winning the Tour de France.

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