British rider bounces back after mistake and crash on stage 1 to take his second WorldTour win in three days.
Rohan Dennis rolled safely through first full day in the race leader's jersey, with a 14-second lead.
‘I hope to do my first grand tour this year but I don’t know which one it will be yet’ says Ineos's Romandie leader.
Ineos Grenadier bests teammate and defending champion Geraint Thomas by a handful of seconds.
Illness takes out two key riders in Spain while Ineos Grenadiers finishes second and third in opening stage at Coppi e Bartali.
The Brit opted for Paris-Nice over Tirreno due to the tougher TT test and has made the best of his choice, leaping to fourth on GC.
Daniel Martínez and Ethan Hayter join the British team to challenge Primož Roglič in the ‘Race to the Sun.’
'It doesn’t really work if you have one leader for these races,' says teammate Ethan Hayter.
'To be a minute down, I’m not that surprised to be honest,' says Ineos Grenadiers rider as he slots in ahead of American on GC.
Evenepoel takes dominant win over Stefan Küng and Ethan Hayter, secures control of GC ahead of final stage.
Geraint Thomas, Tom Pidcock, Dani Martínez, Ethan Hayter head to Portugal.
A star-studded field heads to Portugal with chances for the GC riders, sprinters and time trial specialists.
Hot off a big-win season with Ineos Grenadiers, the Briton’s goal will be to carry the momentum in 2022 as he races more often in the WorldTour.
Hayter wins world title after breakout road and track season, Kirsten Wild and Amy Pieters make it three-in-a-row in women's madison, and more.
Gen-Z shines in Brit nationals as Pfeiffer Georgi wins women’s road race and Hayter confirms credentials as UK's 'next big thing' with two gold medals.
VN ticker: Sean Quinn to join EF Education-Nippo for 2022 season, Roman Kreuziger joins Bahrain-Victorious as sport director
Here's the news making headlines for Friday, October 15.
British squad brings young talents in search for rainbow jersey as Geraint Thomas misses selection.
Van Aert scores fourth stage win of the race and overall victory in final statement before world championships bid.
Ethan Hayter finished in second place on the stage, and held onto the overall lead by four seconds.
Ethan Hayter reclaimed the race lead ahead of Wout van Aert after escaping a crash in the final kilometer.