Nairo Quintana maintains his grip on the pink jersey with three stages left in the race
The GC field at the Giro is filled with riders both young and old, such as 24-year-old Nairo Quintana (above) and 37-year-old Cadel Evans
Betancur takes over the white jersey while Uran moves ahead of Evans into second overall
South American squad will attack in the mountains as it hunts for stage wins
The mountainous South American nation is climbing the UCI ranks with big-time race winners spread across Europe
Fabio Duarte, the former U23 world champion, has signed a deal to join the Colombian-backed Coldeportes project for 2012.
Colombian Fabio Duarte (Geox-TMC) grabbed his first European pro win of the season in the third stage at the Giro del Trentino on Thursday in northern Italy.
Fabio Duarte (Geox-TMC) is a name to watch this season as the former U23 world champion makes inroads into the European peloton. The 24-year-old Duarte promises to be in the thick of the action this week at the Vuelta al País Vasco, a race that fits his characteristics as he enters his first full season in Europe after racing three years in his native Colombia.
Fabio Duarte, the 2008 U23 world champion, will finally make his European debut next year with a move to Geox-TMC. Still just 23, Duarte resisted a move to Europe following his world title in Varese and continued on his development in his native Colombia during the 2009-10 seasons while racing for the “Colombia es Pasión” […]