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Jens Voigt: One more year

Aug 19th, 13Jens Voigt: One more year.

 
Kiwi Sam Horgan wins Tour of the Great South coast

Horgan wins thumbAug 19th, 13. NEW Zealander Sam Horgan has celebrated the biggest win of his career, taking out the Campolina-Fulton Hogan Tour of the Great South Coast after a pulsating final stage in Camperdown.

 
Stybar wins stage 3 Eneco Tour, Full Results

Eneco tour stage 3 winner thumbAug 15th, 13. Zdenek Stybar (Omega Pharma Quickstep) has won the 3rd stage of the Eneco tour. 

 
George Bennett 4th in Stage 5 of the Tour of Utah

Aug 11th, 13. Supporting his RadioShack team mate Chris Horner (US) to a stage 5 win, Kiwi George Bennett has finished the stage in 4th place.

 
Kiwis to line up in the London Classic overnight

Aug 4th, 13. Ten Kiwis will line up against the Worlds best in the London Classic race overnight, finishing outside the Buckingham Palace.

 
PIETER WEENING IS THE WINNER OF THE 2013 TOUR DE POLOGNE Bradley Wiggins takes the final time trial in Krakow

poland stage 7 TT thumbAug 4th, 13. Dutchman Pieter Weening (Orica Greenedge) is the winner of the 2013 Tour de Pologne.

 
THOR HUSHOVD WINS AGAIN AT THE FINISH LINE IN ZAKOPANE

poland stage 5 finish thumbAug 2nd, 13. Thor Hushovd is the winner of the Zakopane stage. Second place for Frenchman Matthieu Ladagnous (Francaise des Jeux) and third for the Italian Daniele Ratto (Cannondale).  

 
Stage 4 Tour of Poland finish

Aug 1st, 13. Phinney out classes the sprinters to win an amazing stage 4 finish.

 
WITH GREAT MOVES TAYLOR PHINNEY ANTICIPATES THE SPRINTERS AND WINS AT KATOWICE

poland stage 4 thumbAug 1st, 13. It was supposed to be another festival for the sprinters but instead the arms-high triumph at the finish line belonged to American Taylor Phinney.

 
UCI President Pat McQuaid welcomes nominations and clarifies misinformation

uci logo thumbJuly 31st, 13. UCI President Pat McQuaid has welcomed that he has received three valid nominations to stand for re-election. 

 
THOR HUSHOVD PUTS EVERYONE IN LINE AT RZESZOW

poland stage 3 thumbJuly 31st, 13. After Trentino and a day of rest, the Tour de Pologne took off again today right on time in Polish territory, with the third stage from Krakow to Rzeszow for 226 km.

 
CHRISTOPHE RIBLON IS THE KING OF THE PASSO PORDOI

stage 2 finish poland thumbJuly 29th, 13. Christophe Riblon (Ag2r La Mondiale) is the king of the Tour de Pologne's second stage in Trentino, which saw the Polish stage race arrive at high altitudes on the top of the legendary Passo Pordoi in Val di Fassa, a climb that has written some of the most compelling chapters in the history of cycling.  

 
Gallopin wins San Sebastian

podium thumbJuly 28th, 13. Radioshack rider and team mate of kiwis Hayden Roulston, George Bennett and Jesse Sergent, Tony Gallopin has soloed to a 28 sec win over night in the San Sebastian classic. Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) was second ahead of Saxo rider Roman Kreuziger.

 
Sergent to feature in the Tour of Poland

July 26th, 13. Radioshack Kiwi rider Jesse Sergent to feature in the Tour of Poland.

 
Internationale Thuringen Rundfahrt der Frauen: Stage 2 Small wins in sprint finish, Collins finishes 10th

July 17th, 13. At the end of the 122km long second stage of the Internationale Thuringen Rundfahrt. America’s Carmen Small of Specialized Lululemon out-sprinted Marta Tagliaferro and Emma Johansson to take a mass sprint finish in stage 2 last night.  

 
Internationale Thuringer-Rundfahrt der Frauen: Stage 1 Johansson takes the opener while Villumsen attacks

July 16th, 13. Sweden’s Emma Johansson of Orica-AIS has become the first leader of this year’s Internationale Thuringer-Rundfahrt.  Johansson finished the 64km opening stage ahead of Boels-Dolmans Cycling’s Elizabeth Armitstead and Rabobank-Liv Giant’s Annemiek Van Vleuten.

 
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