Posts Tagged "Tirreno-Adriatico"

No matter what happens this year, January’s Tour Down Under will be right up there as one of the premier races of 2014.

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Cycling fans with pay TV have seen some brilliant racing in the past week with live coverage of both Paris-Nice and Tirreno Adriatico.

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With Richie Porte taking out the race to the sun and Chris Froome wearing the blue leader’s jersey in Italy, what have we learnt from Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico?

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Omega Pharma-Quick Step have aquaplaned their way to victory in the team time trial on a wet opening day at Tirreno-Adriatico.

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Cadel Evans and Matt Goss may have completely different objectives for 2013 but “the race between the two seas” could play a big part in how their year unfolds.

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The names are big and the race is serious. With a line-up of stars worthy of a Grand Tour, Italy’s Tirreno-Adriatico will feature some of the best racing we are likely to see this year.

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As each week of the Union Cycliste Internationale Pro Tour rolls around, yet another first for Australian cycling takes place. Every week brings a new frontier and this week has brought both individual and team success for Australia.

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Most of you will know Johnny Hoogerland as the rider who ripped himself to shreds on a barbed wire fence during Cadel Evans’ win in last year’s Tour de France.

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Evans was off the pace in the recently-completed Tirreno-Adriatico – the event he won last year en route to his famous Tour De France triumph.

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For most riders, an overall victory in Paris-Nice or Tirreno-Adriatico would be the highlight of a season. But Bradley Wiggins and Vincenzo Nibali have bigger fish to fry this year, and reigning Tour de France champion Cadel Evans will not be taking their early-season form lightly.

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Cameron Meyer capped off GreenEDGE’s strong week at the Tirreno-Adriatico by coming third in the individual time trial and elevating himself to a top-ten finish overall.

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Matt Goss says he’s just coming into it, Bradley Wiggins has got it, Cadel Evans hasn’t and Mark Cavendish looks like he’s had it for weeks. But what is form?

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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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Vincenzo Nibali escaped to victory on Sunday’s fifth stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico cycling race over 195km from Martinsicuro to Prati di Tivo.

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World champion Mark Cavendish won the second stage of the week-long Tirreno-Adriatico race in a sprint finish on Thursday, while Australian Matthew Goss held on to the overall lead.

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It was a long time coming, but GreenEDGE ended its barren run with a much-needed victory in the opening team time trial at Tirreno-Adriatico on Wednesday.

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Australian cyclist Matt Goss has taken the lead of Tirreno-Adriatico after his team, GreenEdge, dominated the opening 16.9km team time-trial from San Vincenzo to Donoratico in the Italian stage race.

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Defending champion Cadel Evans says the Tirreno-Adriatico will provide an early season test for his 35-year-old cycling legs.

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