Already wearing the leader's jersey, Thibaut Pinot claimed the queen stage at the Critérium International to wrap up the overall title
Jean-Christophe Péraud wins the final stage and repeats as champion of the Criterium International
Trek Factory Racing goes one-two in the time trial, but Cannondale's Ben King holds onto the overall lead with one stage to go in the Criterium International
Cannondale-Garmin's Ben King, U.S. road champ in 2010, takes his first international victory in the kickoff to the Criterium International
Young French star Thibaut Pinot is aiming to win in his first run at Critérium International with improved TT skills and strong form
Peraud finishes second on the final, crucial stage to secure the overall victory by a single second
Dumoulin wins the second half of a two-stage day at Criterium International and takes the overall lead from Bouhanni
Froome wins the finale and he and teammate Porte go one-two in France
Sky's Porte displaces Blanco's Bos at the head of affairs with two stages in the books
Dropped on the climb, the Dutch speedster rejoins the bunch and sprints for the stage victory and overall lead
Two-day, three-stage race in Corsica provides riders a preview of the opening stages of this summer's Tour
Spaniard ill after Tirreno-Adriatico and will resume racing in the Basque Country in April
Five-time winner Jens Voigt's RadioShack-Leopard squad is on the list for the two-day stage race on Corsica
Evans wins first stage race since 2011 Tour de France
Fränk Schleck clinches the Critérium International in Porto-Vecchio after the final stage, a 7.8km time trial through the streets of the Corsican town.
Critérium International, stage 3
- 1. Andreas Klöden (Ger), Team RadioShack, 8:46
- 2. Bradley Wiggins (Gbr), Team Sky, at 0:04
- 3. Jakob Fuglsang (Den), Leopard-Trek, at 0:10
- 4. David Zabriskie (USA), Garmin-Cervélo, at 0:14
- 5. Andrew Talansky (USA), Garmin-Cervélo, at 0:15
- 1. Frank Schleck (Lux), Leopard-Trek, 7:13:12
- 2. Vasili Kiryienka (Blr), Movistar, at 0:13
- 3. Rein Taaramae (Est), Cofidis, Le Credit En Ligne, at 0:30
- 4. Alexandre Geniez (Fra), Skil-Shimano, at 1:14
- 5. Tiago Machado (Por), Team RadioShack, at 1:15
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, s.t.
- 3. Laurent MANGEL (FRA) Saur-Sojasun, s.t.
- 4. Florian VACHON (FRA) Bretagne-Schuller, s.t.
- 5. Arnaud MOLMY (FRA) Auber 93, s.t.
- 1. Frank SCHLECK (Luxembourg) Leopard-Trek, in 7:04:02
- 2. Vasili KIRYIENKA (Belarus) Movistar, at 0:20
- 3. Rein TAARAMAE (Estonia) Cofidis, Le Credit En Ligne, at 0:28
- 4. David LOPEZ GARCIA (Spain) Movistar, at 1:08
- 5. Alexandre GENIEZ (France) Skil-Shimano, at 1:10
- 1. Frank Schleck, Team Leopard-Trek, 5:21:02
- 2. Vasil Kiryienka, Movistar Team, at 0:16
- 3. Rein Taaramae, Cofidis Le Credit En Ligne, at 0:22
- 4. David Lopez Garcia, Movistar Team, at 0:58
- 5. Alexandre Geniez, Skil-Shimano, at 1:00
- 1. Frank Schleck, Team Leopard-Trek, at 5:20:52
- 2. Vasil Kiryienka, Movistar Team, at 0:20
- 3. Rein Taaramae, Cofidis Le Credit En Ligne, at 0:28
- 4. David Lopez Garcia, Movistar Team, at 1:08
- 5. Alexandre Geniez, Skil-Shimano, at 1:10
Graham Watson captures the action from stage one of the 2011 Critérium International.
Fränk Schleck climbs to victory in a wild opener at the Critérium International.
Team RadioShack on Thursday announced its teams for two weekend races, the Criterium International (March 26-27) and Ghent-Wevelgem (March 27).
Jens Voigt concedes slim shot at Critérium International record; holds off on retirement announcement
Jens Voigt (Leopard Trek) admits that his chances of claiming a record sixth victory at Critérium International are slim, but at least he’ll be at the start line this year to have a shot.
Jens Voigt, who missed last year’s Critérium International, will headline the field at the two-day, three-stage French race dubbed the “mini-Tour de France.”
Graham Watson photographs the final leg of the 2010 Critérium International.
Pierrick Fedrigo (Bbox Bouygues Telecom) wins the Critérium International.
Sky’s Russell Downing won the 75 kilometer second stage of the Criterium International in Porto-Vecchio, Corsica, on Sunday.
Double Tour de France champion Alberto Contador endured a painful start to the Criterium International on Saturday when he suffered an allergic attack.
After training hard all winter in anticipation of his ProTour debut, New Hampshire native Kirk Carlsen came out flying at the Tour of Qatar in February.
Astana's Alberto Contador insisted on Friday that he was not trying to send a message to Lance Armstrong by lining up against him in the Criterium International this weekend.
RadioShack will include Americans Lance Armstrong,Chris Horner and Matt Busche on its Criterium International team this weekend.
Criterium International is a UCI 2.HC stage race that cover 300 km in three stages over two day of racing. The first day is a 175-km road race, and the second day consists of a 75-km road race and 7.7-km individual time trial. Jens Voigt has won this race a record five times, in 1999, 2004, 2007, 2008, and 2009.