The manner in which Slovak-sensation Peter Sagan scored four victories in Sardinia this past week points to a career that’s headed to the
Giro di Sardegna 1. Michele Scarponi (Ita), Lampre-Farnese Vini, 4:24:40 2. Jose Rodolfo Serpa Perez (Col), Androni
Peter Sagan fends off some fierce attacks in the finale to secure the overall victory at the Giro di Sardegna.
Stage 4 1. Peter Sagan, (Svk) Liquigas-Doimo, at 2. Manuel Belletti, (Ita) Colnago-CSF, s.t. 3. Roberto Ferrari, (Ita) Androni
Peter Sagan knows no rival – at least at the ongoing Giro di Sardegna.
Stage 3: 1. Peter SAGAN, (SVK) Liquigas-Doimo, in 4:20:03 2. Jose Rodolfo SERPA PEREZ, (COL) Androni Giocattoli-Serramenti PVC
Stage 2: 1. Damiano CUNEGO, (ITA) Lampre-Farnese Vini, at 5:21:26 2. Jose Rodolfo SERPA PEREZ, (COL) Androni Giocattoli-Serramenti PVC
1. Peter SAGAN, (SVK) Liquigas-Doimo, in 3:35:25 2. Alessandro BALLAN, (ITA) BMC Racing Team, at s.t. 3. Daniel OSS, (ITA)
Liquigas’ Roman Kreuziger won the overall title at the Tour de Sardaigne Saturday, four seconds ahead of RadioShack’s Chris Horner.
Lampre’s Danilo Hondo won the fourth stage of the Giro di Sardegna on Friday after his team leader Alessandro Petacchi crashed in the