German has been part of nearly every winning squad since 2004
The two-day, three-stage Critérium International will be back to Corsica for the third year running
Fränk Schleck (Leopard-Trek) downplayed suggestions that he used a Camelbak hydration system to help him become more aerodynamic in a time
In what first looked like to be an April Fool’s story posted on La Gazzetta dello Sport has turned out to be not quite a hoax … but
Fränk Schleck clinches the Critérium International in Porto-Vecchio after the final stage, a 7.8km time trial through the streets of the
Critérium International, stage 3 1. Andreas Klöden (Ger), Team RadioShack, 8:46 2. Bradley Wiggins (Gbr), Team Sky, at 0:04 3.
Skil-Shimano’s Simon Geschke scored his first win as a professional, outsprinting the field at the second stage of the Critérium
Graham Watson was snapping away on a busy Sunday at Critérium International.
Stage 2: Porto-Vecchio - Porto-Vecchio 1. Simon GESCHKE (GER) Skil-Shimano, in 1:43:10 2. Murilo Antonio FISCHER (BRA) Garmin-Cervelo,
Stage 1 1. Frank Schleck, Team Leopard-Trek, 5:21:02 2. Vasil Kiryienka, Movistar Team, at 0:16 3. Rein Taaramae, Cofidis Le Credit