TotalEnergies already look like a team revitalized at the Étoile de Bessèges as they await Peter Sagan’s debut.
VN ticker: Team TotalEnergies renews Boasson-Hagen, three new signings for Astana, FDJ withdraws from Drenthe
Here's the news making headlines for Friday, October 22.
For the first time in his 11 Tours, Edvald Boasson Hagen finished outside the time limit, on stage 15.
Recruits include Edvald Boasson Hagen and a trio of French stars as team inches toward WorldTour status.
Belgian media is reporting that new sponsors could be arriving to save NTT for 2021 season.
Team leaves GC ambitions on wayside as Bjarne Riis returns to Tour de France at helm of ambitious NTT selection.
Norwegian star putting Tour and classics at center of revised 2020 calendar.
Japanese telecommunications giant NTT takes over the naming rights for the African team that struggled to post wins in 2019
Norwegian takes Dimension's Data first WorldTour win of the season as GC favorites finish together.
The Norwegian defeats several high-profile riders, including Geraint Thomas and Tony Martin.
The Norwegian began stage 4 of the Tour of Qatar with a 26-second lead, but two flats cost him the jersey.
Edvald Boasson Hagen loses the overall lead due to flat tires, while Alexander Kristoff sprints to his second victory of the week.
Wout Poels and Edvald Boasson Hagen duke it out on Tour of Britain's climbing day — the former wins, the latter takes race lead.
The Giant-Alpecin star has eight Tour de France stage wins but will miss this year's race after an illness
The veteran sprinter is included on MTN-Qhubeka's nine-man squad that will line up July 4
The South African-registered team will be the first squad from the African continent to race the Tour
MTN-Qhubeka’s Tyler Farrar is looking for one thing in particular this season: a classics victory. His chase starts Saturday
A photo finish gives Nathan Haas the victory over Edvald Boasson Hagen in the Japan Cup Cycle Road Race
Former world champion Thor Hushovd says he knew of Armstrong's doping, but chose not to come forward, denies having doped himself
Gerald Ciolek, who will not be returning to worlds, welcomes Theo Bos and Edvald Boasson Hagen as MTN-Qhubeka eyes Tour invite in 2015
La Gazzetta dello Sport is reporting that Ivan Basso is headed to Tinkoff-Saxo, Carlos Betancur is headed to OPQS, and Nicolas Roche is headed to Sky
With an unlimited budget, Tinkoff-Saxo’s owner says he will sign a handful of “stars” to further bolster his squad for 2015
Several riders on the British squad have been sidelined because of crashes, illnesses, and even anti-doping issues
Tour de France champion would be first Tour winner since Hinault in 1981 to win Paris-Roubaix, but he's starting as supporter to Boasson Hagen
Several riders go down hard in E3 Harelbeke and Gent-Wevelgem
Riders 30 years old and above could start to phase out of contention in the worlds road race moving forward
The worlds kicked off with Sunday’s TTT, and the upcoming week is packed with drama — on and off the bike
A few remaining spots on the roster will be filled in the coming days
With his victory in stage 12 of the Vuelta, Philippe Gilbert ends a drought of almost a full calendar year
Almost a year after earning the rainbow jersey, Philippe Gilbert is finally able to put a check mark in the win column
Chris Froome loses a second teammate as Edvald Boasson Hagen crashes out of the Tour
Omega Pharma-Quick Step put on a leadout clinic at the end of stage 5, perfectly setting up Mark Cavendish for his 24th career Tour win
Sky names its nine-man roster for the Tour de France, which includes Richie Porte, Edvald Boasson Hagen, and Geraint Thomas
Sky rider out-muscles Michael Matthews and Gianni Meersman at the line
Fabian Cancellara and a slew of first-time winners came out on top in the classics, but who didn't?
After a disappointing Tour of Flanders, the British squad knows it has to attack the Swiss early and with numbers on the cobbles
Sky had two cards to play but watched RadioShack rake in the pot at Flanders
25-year-old Norwegian rebounds for the cobbled classics after falling ill at Milano-Sanremo
The race through northern Norway will take place Aug. 8-11 above the Arctic Circle
Omega director eyes Sagan, Boasson Hagen as biggest challengers to repeat of his team's 2012 classics supremacy
Simon Gerrans and Philippe Gilbert enter the WorldTour season opener as the top favorites for glory Down Under
Sky, Specialized-lululemon are our Best International Men's and Women's Teams; Edvald Boasson Hagen is our Best Support Rider
The Norwegian will be the top sprinter on a team that's still focused on GC the grand tours
Belgian king of the Ardennes erases his disappointing classics campaign with a fierce move to close the Limburg worlds
The big German edges the green jersey with a bike throw at the line
Quiet Norwegian all-rounder scores a win after working for Wiggins
Tech editor Nick Legan looks at Edvald Boasson Hagen's 2012 Paris-Roubaix bike, and the modified Team Sky Jaguars
Edvald Boasson Hagen will remain in a Team Sky jersey for three more seasons.
Edvald Boasson Hagen wins the 2011 Vattenfall Cyclassics.
Edvald Boasson Hagen (Team Sky) won the final stage and the overall at the Eneco Tour on Sunday.
Matteo Bono (Lampre-ISD) won the fifth stage of the Eneco Tour here on Saturday as Edvald Boasson Hagen (Sky) retained the overall lead.
Team Sky's Edvald Boasson Hagen won his second stage of the 2011 Tour de France on Wednesday, improving on his second place of the day before and giving Norway two stage wins in a row and its fourth stage of this Tour.
Team Sky's Edvald Boasson Hagen won stage 6 of the 2011 Tour de France on Thursday, a 226.5km race from Dinan to Lisieux along the coast of Normandy.
LISIEUX, France (AFP) - British cycling chief Dave Brailsford hailed the unselfishness of Welshman Geraint Thomas as Team Sky finally made history by scoring their first win on the Tour de France.
From Gilbert to Cavendish, a look at the favorites for the elite men's road race.
Edvald Boasson Hagen sprinted to victory in Friday’s Dutch Food Valley Classic in Holland.
Janez Brajkovic (Team RadioShack) crosses with the bunch to win the Criterium du Dauphiné Libéré as Norwegian Edvald Boasson Hagen (Team Sky) solos to victory in the final stage.
Edvald Boasson Hagen is back from an Achilles injury and hoping for a Tour start with Team Sky