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GIRO’22 Final Stage 21: Jai Hindley Makes Giro and Australian History!

There were no problems for Jai Hindley in the final Giro d'Italia time trial, finishing in the splendor of Verona's Roman Arena. The Australian matched Richard Carapaz to hold his lead of over one minute. Mikel Landa also kept his third podium place. Italian time trial champion, Matteo Sobrero beat Thymen Arensman and Mathieu van der Poel for the stage win.

GIRO’22 Stage 20: Hindley Hits Hard on the Marmolada!

On a day that might have been a game of chess from the GC men, turned out to be a stunning day in the mountains for Jai Hindley as he dealt a killed blow to Richard Carapaz. The stage win went to Alessandro Covi who attacked the break of the day and stayed clear to the finish on the Passo Fedaia.

Roxo Racing Checks In from Joe Martin Stage Race

Roxo Racing, in year two of our existence, came to Joe Martin with 7 riders and expectations to improve on 2021. The field was talent laden and deep, with 88 starters from 15 teams. You don’t just sign up. You must be invited to UCI races. It’s an honor to receive an invitation to Joe Martin, as you have a chance to measure yourself against the best in North America.

GIRO’22 Stage 19: King Koen Takes the Stage!

Five men were left to fight it out for the stage victory on the steep final climb to Santuario di Castelmonte. It was KOM Koen Bouwman who crossed the line first, but only after a bizarre sprint where some riders went the wrong way. There was a GC battle, but the top-3 stayed the same. Carapaz, Hindley and Landa.

GIRO’22 Stage 18: De Bondt Batters the Break & Peloton!

Could the break stay out of the grasp of the peloton all the way to Treviso? The answer was yes. At the finish-line it was Dries De Bondt who got the better of his break companions. Alberto Dainese won the bunch sprint 14 seconds later. Richard Carapaz held his overall lead going into the final tough stages.

GIRO’22 Stage 16: Hirt Puts the Hurt on For the Win!

Jan Hirt and Thymen Arensman were the last men standing from the break of the day. On the final climb, what was left of the escape blew apart leaving Hirt to drop Arensman before the summit and solo to the finish. Richard Carapaz held the overall lead, but there are some changes in the top ten.