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Tour of Britain stage 5: Archbold second in Exeter
Stage 5 - Shane Archbold smlSeptember 12th, ’14.  Shane Archbold of An Post-Chain Reaction has finished second in stage 5 of the Tour of Britain having been part of the day-long breakaway.  The Kiwi rider finished behind Matthias Brandle of IAM Cycling by just 8 seconds.  Today also saw the first stage where the overall lead was retained, with Michal Kwiatkowski continuing to wear the yellow jersey.
Tour of Britain stage 4: Bauer fourth in Bristol
Stage 4 - Michal Kwiatkowski wins smlSeptember 11th, ’14.  Jack Bauer continued his climb up the general classification with a fantastic fourth place finish in stage 4 of the Tour of Britain.  Michal Kwiatkowski took over the race lead with victory out of a small group of 7 that managed to escape a large group of around 35 riders.

Tour of Britain stage 3: Bauer attacks in Britain
Edoardo Zardini  Nicolas Roche photo Tour of Britain smlSeptember 10th, ’14.  Garmin-Sharp’s Jack Bauer continued his march up the general classification as he posted his second consecutive top 20 place on a stage that saw the race break up on the final climb to the finish.  The stage was won by Edoardo Zardini of Bardiani-CSF who bested Michal Kwiatkowski of Omega Pharma-Quick Step and Nicolas Roche of Tinkoff-Saxo in the finish.
Tour of Britain Stage 1&2: Kittel soars, Cav crashes, Renshaw makes good
September 9th, ’14.  It has been an up and down start to the Tour of Britain, especially for the Omega Pharma-QuickStep team. Day one was marked not so much by the stage win of Marcel Kittel (Giant-Shimano), but by the crash of local favourite Mark Cavendish (OPQS), while day two saw Mark Renshaw (OPQS) take the sprint to lift the team’s spirits.
Eneco Tour stages 6-7: strong finish by Bauer as Sergent attacks
Stage 6 - Tim Wellens wins smlAugust 18th, ’14.  Tim Wellens of Lotto Belisol put himself in the driver’s seat for overall victory in the Eneco Tour with a solo win in stage 6.  He successfully defended that advantage on the final day of racing as Guillaume Van Keirsbulck of Omega Pharma-Quick Step won the closing stage.  Jack Bauer rounded out a solid week of racing to finish in the top 20 overall in his first race since the Commonwealth Games. 
Eneco Tour stage 5: Van Avermaet wins hilly stage
Stage 5 - Greg Van Avermaet wins smlAugust 16th, ’14.  Greg Van Avermaet of BMC Racing became the fifth different stage winner of this year’s Eneco Tour on the same day Tom Dumoulin became the fourth different overall leader.  The pair finished 1-2 on the stage as Van Avermaet leapt to the win ahead of a small group of five with GIANT-Shimano’s Dumoulin in second and Pavel Brutt of Katusha third.

Eneco Tour stage 4: Bouhanni for France
Stage 4 - Nacer Bouhanni wins smlAugust 15th, ’14.  Nacer Bouhanni of won stage 4 of the Eneco Tour out of a dangerous bunch sprint.  The Frenchman got the better of GIANT-Shimano’s Luka Mezgec and Trek Factory Racing’s Giacomo Nizzolo.  The white leader’s jersey stayed on the shoulders of Lars Boom who successfully navigated the flat stage on the eve of the first Ardennes classic style stage.

Eneco Tour stage 3: Sergent fifth in time trial
Stage 3 - Jesse Sergent TT smlAugust 14th, ’14.  Jesse Sergent has finished fifth in the individual time trial of the Eneco Tour.  The Trek Factory Racing rider produced a brilliant ride to make ground in the general classification and finish just 15 seconds away from the stage victory.  The day’s accolades belonged to Tom Dumoulin of GIANT-Shimano who took the stage win by 2 seconds ahead of Fabian Cancellara.
Eneco Tour stage 2: Stybar seizes stage
Stage 2 - Zdenek Stybar wins smlAugust 13th, ’14.  Zdenek Stybar of Omega Pharma-Quick Step won his first race in the Czech national champion’s jersey and took the overall lead in the Eneco Tour.  The Czech champion won out of a late break ahead of Belkin Pro Cycling teammates Lars Boom and Sep Vanmarcke.

Eneco Tour stage 1: Sergent and Bauer return to racing
Stage 1 - Andrea Guardini smlAugust 12th, ’14.  Kiwis Jesse Sergent and Jack Bauer were back in action after their Commonwealth Games endeavours today as the lined up for the 2014 Eneco Tour in Holland.  The week-long stage race saw Astana’s Andrea Guardini take the first leader’s jersey with victory in the bunch sprint ahead of Yohann Gene of Europcar and Davide Cimolai of Lampre-Merida.

Tour of Denmark stages 5-6: Henderson in good condition
Greg Henderson wins ZLM Toer stage 3 smlAugust 11th, ’14.  Greg Henderson of Lotto Belisol continued the climb to full race fitness in the final couple of days of the Tour of Denmark.  Henderson’s work helped secure second place overall for teammate Lars Ytting Bak who featured in a Danish 1-2 behind Tinkoff-Saxo’s Michael Valgren Andersen.
Tour of Poland stage 7: Majka seals overall victory

Stage 7 - Rafal Majka tt smlAugust 11th, ’14.  Rafal Majka began the final time trial stage of the Tour of Poland with 18 seconds of advantage; a lead he wasn’t expected to keep.  But in a monumental performance by a rider who is not a conventional time trial specialist, Majka succeeded in becoming the first Polish winner of the Tour of Poland since 2003.

Tour Denmark stage 3: Scott Ambrose attacks in Denmark

Manuele BoaroAugust 9th, '14.  New Zealand's Scott Ambrose was on the attack in today's stage, while Manuele Boaro of Tinkoff-Saxo took a giant leap into the overall lead when he took a solo win in the third stage of the Post Danmark Rundt - Tour of Denmark.

Tour of Poland stage 6: Majka moves into yellow
Stage 6 - Rafal Majka wins smlAugust 9th, ’14.  Rafal Majka took his second stage win and the yellow jersey on the brutal climbs of stage 6.  After attacking on the penultimate climb Majka eventually won solo by 10 seconds ahead of Benat Intxausti of Movistar and the Spaniard’s teammate Ion Izaguirre; an exact mirror of the podium in stage 5 just one day before.
Tour of Denmark stage 2: Guardini wins for Astana
Andrea Guardini smlAugust 8th, '14.  Andrea Guardini of Astana won the second stage of the Tour of Denmark in a bunch sprint.  It is the 25-year old's third win of the 2014 season after two wins in the Tour de Langkawi early this year.  Guardini got the better of MTN-Qhubeka's Gerald Ciolek and Tinkoff-Saxo's Matti Breschel in the finish.
Tour of Poland stage 5: Majka climbs to glory
Stage 5 - Rafal Majka wins smlAugust 8th, ’14.  He did it in the Tour de France on his way to winning the polka dot jersey, and he has done it in Poland in front of his home crowd.  Rafal Majka took the win for Tinkoff-Saxo in stage 5 of the Tour of Poland.  In winning the stage out of a rather select group, Majka moved up to second overall as Omega Pharma-Quick Step’s Petr Vakoc held on to his overall lead.

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