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Phinney claims opening stage as Torckler and Oram animate break
James Oram - Axeon Cycling Photo Davey Wilson 150August 18th, ’15.  Taylor Phinney showed that his comeback is well on track as he claimed the first stage of the USA Pro Challenge in Steamboat Springs on Monday. He beat Kiel Reijnen into second place, with BMC teammate Brent Bookwalter taking third.
Quinziato wins stage as Wellens seals Eneco win
Stage 7 - Manuel Quinziato 150August 17th, ’15.  Manuel Quinziato of BMC Racing has won the final stage of the Eneco Tour.  While the Italian won the stage ahead of Bjorn Leukemans and Yves Lampaert, Tim Wellens held on to take the overall win as Lotto Soudal solidified their status as the dominant force in this year’s race.
Wellens wins solo and takes over lead
Stage 6 - Tim Wellens 150August 16th, ’15.  Tim Wellens made significant inroads towards defending his Eneco Tour title that he won last year by taking victory in stage 6 of the race in emphatic fashion.  The 24-year old finished ahead of Greg Van Avermaet and Simon Geschke.
Le Bon wins from break as Kelderman claims lead in Eneco Tour
Stage 5 - Johan Le Bon 150August 15th, ’15.  Johan le Bon claimed the fifth stage of the Eneco Tour, sprinting clear of breakaway companion Dylan van Baarle after spending most of the day off the front of the race. Behind them, the race lead passed from Jos van Emden to his teammate Wilco Kelderman.
GC turns upside down as Van Emden wins time trial
Stage 4 - Jos Van Emden 150August 14th, ’15.  Jos Van Emden has won stage 4 of the Eneco Tour, taking the win in the race against the clock in a LottoNL-Jumbo 1-2 ahead of Wilco Kelderman.  The result sees the general classification turn upside down with the overall contenders taking over the front spots from the sprinters.
Boonen breaks through in stage 3
Stage 3 - Tom Boonen 150August 13th, ’15.  Tom Boonen took his third win of the 2015 season in stage 3 of the Eneco Tour.  Boonen got the better of Arnaud Demare of FDJ and Elia Viviani of Team Sky on the final day for the sprinters before the GC contenders get to have their say.

Greipel roars to life in stage 2

Stage 2 - Andre Greipel 150August 12th, ’15.  Lotto Soudal showed why their man finished the Tour de France with more stage wins than any of the other sprinters today as Andre Greipel benefited from a marvelous lead out from his teammates, including Greg Henderson, to take the win as the leader’s jersey changed hands.

Henderson, Bewley & Roulston return at Eneco Tour
Stage 1 - Elia Viviani 150August 11th, ’15.  Greg Henderson, Hayden Roulston & Sam Bewley were back in action for the opening stage of the Eneco Tour in Holland.  Elia Viviani took the win in stage 1 ahead of Danny Van Poppel and Jean-Pierre Drucker, with Andre Greipel in fourth place.
Joe Dombrowski wins Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah

Stage 7 - Lachlan Norris photo Jonathan Devich 150August 10th, ’15.  Cannondale-Garmin’s Joe Dombrowski held on to successfully fend off his rivals and win the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah in the final stage.  After a week of extraordinary racing, Dion Smith made it into the top 20 overall after a very tough, though short, final stage.

Smith & Oram attack as Dombrowski soars to win

Stage 6 - Joe Dombrowski photo Jonathan Devich 150August 9th, ’15.  Joe Dombrowski claimed stage six of the Tour of Utah, along with the race lead, flying solo up the climb to the Snowbird ski resort. Former race leader Michael Woods finished second on the stage to slip to second overall, followed across the line by Natnael Berhane.

Ion Izagirre wins Tour de Pologne
Stage 7 - podium 150August 9th, ’15.  In a couple of days of dramatic racing, Ion Izagirre finally emerged as winner of the 2015 Tour de Pologne.  Sergio Henao of Team Sky won stage 6 to move into the lead but lost out in the final time trial as Marcin Bialoblocki took stage 7.
Smith & Oram continue to climb GC as Woods wins on climb

Stage 4 - peloton photo Jonathan Devich 150August 8th, ’15.  Michael Woods won the fifth stage of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah after a very difficult final climb.  Dion Smith and James Oram also produced strong rides to continue rising up the general classification with two stages remaining.

Young wins stage four as Dion Smith takes second

Stage 4 - Eric Young photo Jonathan Devich 150August 7th, ’15.  Eric Young unleashed a powerful sprint to take stage four of the Tour of Utah, ahead of Dion Smith and former race leader Jure Kocjan. The result meant that Kocjan reclaimed the race lead from Kiel Reijnen as Dion Smith moved into 6th place overall.

Bart De Clerq emerges as GC challenger in stage 5
Stage 5 - Bart De Clerq 150August 7th, ’15.  Bart De Clerq has won stage 5 of the Tour de Pologne as the GC challengers came to the fore with the road going up into the Polish climbs.  De Clerq finished ahead of Diego Ulissi and Sebastien Reichenbach as the GC standings enjoyed a shuffle.
Dion Smith is fans favourite after gutsy stage 3
Stage 3 photo Jonathan Devich 150August 6th, ’15.  Dion Smith has continued to build on his form, finishing fifth in the third stage of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah after a courageous last ditch effort.  James Oram’s Axeon Cycling teammate Logan Owen won the stage ahead of Brent Bookwalter.
Bodnar wins out of breakaway
Stage 4 - Maciej Bodnar 150August 6th, ’15.  A breakaway has succeeded for the first time in the Tour de Pologne, with Maciej Bodnar winning a three-way sprint finish while the sprinters had to contend for fourth place on the line  Bodnar led a Polish 1-2 ahead of Kamil Zielinski.
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