American Chad Haga is instrumental to Tom Dumoulin's historic victory in the Giro d'Italia, riding as a super-domestique.
Chad Haga talks about his best season ever, how the loss of his father inspired him, and the fateful crash of January 2016.
Chad Haga looks back on the day he revisited the site in Spain where his team had a traumatic crash. And then he keeps moving forward.
Chad Haga heads into the off-season on a high note after a year that started off with a life-threatening crash in Spain.
Chad Haga rues a missed opportunity at the Eneco Tour but is ready to go down swinging at world championships in Qatar.
After 10 days of racing in Spain, Chad Haga gets a break. But this race is made better by his secret coffee routine, special team
Chad Haga finds solace on the scorching hot roads of Texas after his father's passing, something he's always done to unleash his thoughts.
American Chad Haga recaps the demanding Giro d'Italia and looks ahead to his next challenge, the Critérium du Dauphiné.
Cheeseburger with bacon or ice cream sundae or a plate of tacos? We asked the Americans at the Giro one final round of unserious questions.
The Giro's fatigue is unavoidable now, 15 stages and more than 2,000km past the start — how are the four surviving Americans doing?