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Tour de l'Avenir: Jakobsen wins stage 2

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Ladies Tour of Norway: Hosking wins stage 2

Chloe Hosking (Alé Cipollini) took out the bunch sprint at the end of stage 2 at the Ladies Tour of Norway on Saturday, overcoming an interruption in the race when an opened bridge neutralised the peloton just 5km from the finish. Hosking won the bunch kick ahead of Marianne Vos (WM3) and Ellen van Dijk (Sunweb), while Vos benefited from the result by moving into the overall race lead. A breakaway of four riders escaped late in the race on the finishing circuit in Frederikstad and had a 30-seco...


Vuelta a Espana: BMC win opening team time trial

BMC Racing took the Vuelta a Espanas opening team time trial Saturday in Nimes, France, beating world champions Quick-Step Floors by six seconds and placing Rohan Dennis in the first leaders jersey of the race. Dennis surged forward in the final metres to cross the line first for BMC and take the race lead heading into Sundays second stage. It was a hard course, very technical to start and we really had to tactically figure out if it was better to finish with nine or drop a few beforehand, he ...


Ladies Tour of Norway: D'hoore wins sprint finish in Mysen

Wiggle High5s Jolien DHoore sprinted to victory on stage 1 of the Ladies Tour of Norway, taking over control of the race leaders jersey from prologue winner Ellen van Dijk (Sunweb) in the process. The 27-year-old Belgian national road champion beat out Gracie Elvin (Orica Scott) and Christine Majerus (Boels Dolmans) in the high-speed finale. Fridays stage ran just over 100 kilometres in full, with a pair of categorised climbs on the profile but no serious mountains on the road from Halden to M...


Alexis Vuillermoz wins Tour du Limousin

Alexis Vuillermoz collected enough bonus seconds on Fridays final stage of the Tour du Limousin to claim the overall title. The AG2R rider pulled even on time with Elie Gesbert (Fortuneo-Oscaro) and leapfrogged him in the general classification on points. Wanty - Groupe Goberts Guillaume Martin jumped away with teammate Jérôme Baugnies to nab the stage, with Baugnies taking runner-up honours. Mathieu van der Poel (Beobank - Corendon) led the pack home for third.ADVERTISEMENT ...


Kasper Asgreen wins opening stage of Tour de l'Avenir

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