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GIRO’23 Stage 12: Denz Dances to the Win in Rivoli!

Nico Denz followed his countryman, Pascal Ackermann, onto the podium of stage 12 of the Giro d'Italia. The BORA-hansgrohe rider had the fastest sprint of a leading group of three. Toms Skujiņš was second, Sebastian Berwick third. The peloton came in well down, but there was no change on the overall.

Transfer Analysis #8: BORA – Hansgrohe & AG2R Citroën

In 2022’s final installment of 'Transfer Analysis', Spencer Martin breaks down the off-season transfer activity of BORA - Hansgrohe and AG2R Citroën, who are both attempting to balance building for the future via the acquisition of young talents while fostering the ambitions of their in-house grand tour general classification (GC) stars.

GIRO’20 Stage 10: Spectacular Sagan Stage Success!

Peter Sagan had to wait fifteen months for a win, but the Slovakian won an impressive stage 10. Sagan was part of an early break, rode away from his last escape companion in the finalé and managed to stay out of the grasp of the group of GC men. Brandon McNulty was second and the pink jersey of João Almeida was third.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Monday!

Sept 21, 2020 - The Tour was the best for years and Tadej Pogačar was a worthy winner, we look at his life - TOP STORY. Results and video from the Tour, Luxembourg, Sabatini, Appennino and Isbergues. Contract news: UAE, Cofidis and BORA. Worlds'21 course, Deceuninck for the Belgian champs and Riwal two more years. Zoetemelk has an accident.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Thursday!

Sept 17, 2020 - Great stages of the Tour - All the results and video. Evenepoel talks about his crash - TOP STORY. News from the Tour, Tirreno, Luxembourg, Toscana and cross. Bernal out, Covid-19 tests. Contracts: BORA, Movistar, Lotto, Israel, Mitchelton and SD Worx. AG2R on BMC, Belgian Worlds team, USA champs and Euro junior and U23 track champs.

Le TOUR’20 Stage 16: Kämna Kills in Villard-de-Lans

The first day of the final week was not one for the GC men as the break of the day went all the way to the finish as Lennard Kämna soloed to the line a minute and a half ahead of 2019 Giro d'Italia winner, Richard Carapaz. The GC men finished together, although Nairo Quintana lost a little time. Egan Bernal lost a lot.