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Lawless wins fourth stage of Tour de l'Avenir

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Vuelta a Espana: Nibali wins stage 3 in Andorra

Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida) won stage 3 of the Vuelta a Espana into Andorra la Vella, jumping clear of a group of favourites inside the final kilometre. David de la Cruz (Quick-Step Floors) chased down Nibali but had to settle for second with Chris Froome (Team Sky) in third. As the race really took flight on the final climb, Nibali looked in trouble on more than one occasion. The Bahrain-Merida rider lost touch almost as soon as the riders hit the foot of the ascent when Team Sky put the ...

Halvorsen wins stage 3 at Tour de l'Avenir

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Viviani wins Cyclassics Hamburg

Elia Viviani (Team Sky) won the chaotic bunch sprint of the EuroEyes Cyclassics Hamburg, crossing the finish line clearly ahead of Arnaud Demare (FDJ) and Dylan Groenewegen (LottoNL-Jumbo). Heavy rain greeted Germany’s only WorldTour race, which saw Kamil Malecki (CCC Sprandi) and Nikolay Trusov (Gazprom) take off on a long flight. They built up a lead of up to 5:40, before the peloton finally reacted. With just over 53km to go, they were caught again, as the sun finally made an appearance. Si...

Vos wins Ladies Tour of Norway as Guarnier takes final stage

Marianne Vos (WM3) finished third on the final stage of the Ladies Tour of Norway on Sunday, securing the overall win, while Boels Dolmans Megan Guarnier won the day. Ellen van Dijk (Team Sunweb) was second. While Vos used the stage to secure her overall win, Guarnier relied  on a time bonus at the finish to move up the general classification from fourth to second. Van Dijk maintained her third-place spot in the overall. The team tried the whole week for intermediate sprints because we knew i...

Vuelta a Espana: Lampaert wins stage 2

Yves Lampaert of Quick-Step Floors attacked out of a small group to take the stage win and the overall lead in the second stage of the Vuelta a Espana. Teammate Matteo Trentin finished second, in the same time, as did third-placed Adam Blythe (Aqua Blue Sport). The peloton stayed together for nearly all of the stages 203 kilometers. Only in the last 8km did the first real split appear. With two kilometres to go, Quick-Step put in a move with three riders. More followed but the action tore the f...

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