MILAN, Italy (VN) — Despite falling just short in the Giro d’Italia, Nairo Quintana (Movistar) remains convinced he could win the Giro
Frenchman Thibaut Pinot is thrilled with his Giro debut, and he's holding out hope for a miracle in Sunday's decisive time trial.
We talk to the top riders, sport directors, and experts in the peloton to find out what to expect in the Giro's stage 21 time trial.
The Giro d'Italia's overall title is up for grabs in Sunday's time trial, and Olympic silver medalist Tom Dumoulin looks poised to strike
Nairo Quintana wishes he had a bigger cushion on time trial ace Tom Dumoulin ahead of the Giro's final stage in Milano.
Steven Kruijswijk pulls out of the Giro d'Italia prior to Saturday's penultimate stage to Asiago due to stomach problems.
Though Vincenzo Nibali and Tom Dumoulin made peace after exchanging harsh words, the race was on in stage 19.
Nairo Quintana knows he'll need a solid lead in the Giro's overall classification before Sunday's final time trial.
Trek-Segafredo rider Eugenio Alafaci remains in the Giro d’Italia despite throwing a water bottle late in stage 19 Friday.
A combination of bad legs and mental errors leaves Tom Dumoulin behind in the Giro d'Italia. The Dutchman loses the pink jersey.