17 Total Updates since March 2, 2013
3 months ago Article 21 comments
Richie Porte's performance today put the Sky stage-racer into yellow by 32 seconds over surprising American wunderkind Andrew Talansky of Garmin-Sharp. With one decisive stage remaining, that sounds like a lot. But is it enough?
3 months ago Article 72 comments
Richie Porte of Sky landed the big blow in today's stage to Montagne de Lure, counterattacking a feisty Andrew Talansky of Garmin at 1.2km to go and winning stage 5 of Paris-Nice to seize the yellow jersey.
3 months ago Article 39 comments
This weekend, starting tomorrow, might see the first of many battles of what promises to be the great new story-arc of US stageracing. The developing rivalry between two top level talents, Garmin-Sharp's Andrew Talansky and BMC's Tejay van Garderen.
3 months ago Article 265 comments
Garmin-Sharp's Andrew Talansky took the first World Tour victory of his promising career today with a sprint from an escape to seal stage 3 of Paris-Nice. The win, including time bonuses, put the 24-year-old American climber into the maillot jaune as the race heads toward the mountain stages.
3 months ago Article 26 comments
Overnight leader Nacer Bouhanni of FDJ left the race after a pileup and a broken tooth, while Argos Shimano's Marcel Kittel won the stage sprint in Cérilly.
3 months ago Article 43 comments
FDJ's Nacer Bouhanni wins first sprint of Paris-Nice in Nemours.
3 months ago Article 24 comments
No race story. It's a prologue. Some guys went fast. Others went faster. Oh and Maxime Monfort crashed. That's about it.
3 months ago Article 76 comments
Yes, you're all basically familiar with Paris-Nice, considered by some to be the proper start to the cycling season and by others the first stage race to really care about. And people do tend to care about it, quite a bit. So let's dispense with the rote previewyness, toss around a few stage details, and otherwise talk about why this will be a lovely week... one team at a time.