Roman Kreuziger: Page 7

Kreuziger not dismayed by Paris-Nice performance

Roman Kreuziger (Astana) said he’s not dismayed by his disappointing Paris-Nice performance, where he finished a distant 17th and an even more discouraging 47th in the individual time trial at 2:50 behind eventual winner Tony Martin (HTC-Highroad). Speaking at a press conference before Czech journalists, Kreuziger admitted he expected more in the eight-day French tour. […]

Horner second at Sardinia; Kreuziger takes over

Chris Horner (RadioShack) just missed victory with second in Thursday’s “queen stage” at the 28th Giro di Sardegna in Italy. The veteran American finished second to stage-winner and new race leader Roman Kreuziger (Liquigas), with Thomas Voeckler (Bbox Bouygues) coming through third in a challenging, 175km stage finishing atop the Cat. 1 Monte Ortobene.