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Two for Albasini in Porrentruy
Stage 3 - Michael Albasini wins 150May 1st, ’15.  Michael Albasini of Orica GreenEDGE has made it two wins out of three starts at the Tour de Romandie.  The Swiss rider took his second consecutive win after a very aggressive final 15km of racing ahead of Julian Alaphilippe and Damiano Caruso.
 
Albasini & Orica GreenEDGE strike yellow

Stage 2 - Albasini wins 150April 30th, ’15.  After coming desperately close to the first yellow jersey of this year’s Tour de Romandie, Sam Bewley and Orica GreenEDGE put the hammer down on day two.  Michael Albasini took the stage win and the yellow jersey from Geraint Thomas, in a proud moment for the Swiss rider in his home race.

 
Orica GreenEDGE on form for TTT
Tour de Romandie - Orica GreenEDGE TTT 150April 29th, ’15.  The Tour de Romandie has gotten underway and Kiwi Sam Bewley was part of an Orica GreenEDGE team who came desperately close to claiming the first yellow jersey of the race.  Team Sky won the stage with the Aussie outfit finishing less than a second behind them.

 
Valverde takes Liege-Bastogne-Liege for third time
Alejandro Valverde - wins LBL 150April 27th, ’15.  After winning Fleche Wallonne on Wednesday, Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) had a rather big target on his back, but there was nothing his rivals could do to prevent him from taking his third win in Liege-Bastogne-Liege on Sunday; his sixth Ardennes Classic win in all.
 
Kwiatkowski strikes Amstel Gold
Michal Kwiatkowski wins Amstel Gold Race 150April 20th, ’15.  Michal Kwiatkowski has shown that the curse of the rainbow jersey does not apply to him as he won Amstel Gold over the weekend. The Etixx-QuickStep rider seemed to be out of contention with 500 metres to go, but managed to make his way to the front group as if by magic to take the win ahead of Alejandro Valverde and Michael Matthews.
 
Degenkolb conquers the cobbles
John Degenkolb wins 150April 13th, ’15.  John Degenkolb continued his dream season, taking a textbook win in Paris-Roubaix. The German sprinter beat two other favourites, Zdenek Stybar and Greg van Avermaet to the line to add a second Monument to his palmares after claiming Milan-San Remo earlier this year.

 
Kristoff is king of Flanders
Tour of Flanders - Alexander Kristoff wins 150April 6th, ’15.  Alexander Kristoff confirmed his status as possibly the in form rider of 2015 as he took a two-up sprint win in the Tour of Flanders.  The win is Kristoff’s ninth of the season, and it was taken in nail-biting fashion ahead of Etixx-Quick Step’s Niki Terpstra and BMC Racing’s Greg Van Avermaet.

 
Thomas rules in E3 Harelbeke, Bauer shines in eighth
E3 Harelbeke - Geraint Thomas and Zdenek Stybar 150March 28th, ’15.  Geraint Thomas turned a podium last year into a win this year as he soloed across the line at E3 Harelbeke on Friday.  Kiwi Jack Bauer took a very impressive eighth place finish after the team had to improvise after losing their team leader to a crash during the early part of the race.
 
Degenkolb wins big in San Remo
Milan-San Remo - John Degenkolb 150March 23rd, ’15.  John Degenkolb (Giant Alpecin) claimed the biggest win of his career yesterday as he took out the longest classic on the calendar, Milan-San Remo.  Degenkolb took the win ahead of 2014 champion Alexander Kristoff and Australian Michael Matthews.
 
Celebration for Reguigui and MTN-Qhubeka in Langkawi
Stage 7 - Sam Bewley 150March 17th, ’15.  Youcef Reguigui claimed a surprise victory in the queen stage of the Tour de Langkawi and along with it snatched the race lead from Caleb Ewan. On the final stage he managed to hold onto his lead to claim the overall title, while Andrea Guardini claimed the final stage.
 
Debusschere wins amidst the carnage
Stage 1 - Jens Debusschere wins 150March 13th, ’15.  The Belgian national champion’s jersey was seen with arms in the air in delight at the end of the first road stage of Tirreno-Adriatico.  Crashes marred proceedings though, with one in particular featuring expected stage victor Mark Cavendish, and another bringing down Kiwi Jesse Sergent.
 
Seo wins from break as Ewan hangs on to overall

Stage 5 - Seo Joon Yong wins 150March 13th, ’15.  For the first time in this year’s Tour de Langkawi the break survived to the finish, as Seo Joon Yong claimed the stage win, while Caleb Ewan did enough to hold on to his lead in the general classification for one more day.

 
Roulston & Sergent take on Italy
Prologue - Adriano Malori wins 150March 12th, ’15.  Hayden Roulston and Jesse Sergent are back in action tackling Tirreno-Adriatico in their Trek Factory Racing colours.  The race got off to a great start for them as teammate Fabian Cancellara took second place in the opening prologue time trial.
 
Guardini wins again, Ewan retains yellow

Stage 4 - Guardini wins 150March 12th, ’15.  Andrea Guardini took his third stage win of the 2015 Tour de Langkawi yesterday as he sprinted in ahead of Jakub Mareczko and Caleb Ewan. However, third place on the stage was enough for Ewan to retain the race lead going into the fifth stage.

 
Ewan takes stage and lead in Langkawi
Stage 3 - Caleb Ewan wins 150March 11th, ’15.  Caleb Ewan finally claimed the stage win he had come so close to on the first two stages of the Tour de Langkawi, as former race leader Andrea Guardini fell behind on the tough early part of the course. Ewan now also leads the race overall as the stage shook up the overall classification.
 
Guardini makes it two from two
Stage 2 - Andrea Guardini wins 150March 10th, ’15.  Andrea Guardini claimed his second stage win in as many days at the Tour de Langkawi yesterday, once again beating Caleb Ewan into second. This was Guardini’s 16th stage win at the Tour de Langkawi in a streak that started in 2011.

 
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