Juanjo Cobo says he cannot breathe easy yet despite only having a short, sprinter-friendly stage standing between him and a surprising Vuelta a España victory.
Leopard-Trek's Daniele Bennati sprinted to victory on Saturday in the 20th stage of the 2011 Vuelta a España. Juan Jose Cobo (Geox-TMC) continues to lead with one stage remaining.
PENA CABARGA, Spain (AFP) – Britain’s Chris Froome of Team Sky won the 17th stage of the Tour of Spain on Wednesday in a grueling uphill duel to the finish line with Spain’s Juan Jose Cobo, who retained the leader’s red jersey. The 26-year-old Kenya-born rider gained nine seconds on Cobo’s lead in the overall […]
HARO, Spain (AFP) - Argentina's Juan Jose Haedo of the Saxo Bank team won the 16th stage of the Tour of Spain Tuesday while Spain's Juan Jose Cobo of Geox retained the leader's red jersey.
LEON, Spain (VN) — Juanjo Cobo wasn’t on anyone favorite’s list to win the 2011 Vuelta a España, not even on the power rankings at his Geox-TMC squad, which was betting on Denis Menchov or Carlos Sastre to ride within range of the podium. Now just six days from Madrid, Cobo is carrying a slender, […]
Juan Jose Cobo (Geox-TMC) climbed to the overall lead in the Vuelta a España on Sunday, conquering the decisive Angliru stage and leaving red jersey Bradley Wiggins (Sky) struggling on the steeps.
Juanjo Cobo ─ a former winner of the Vuelta al Pais Vasco in 2006 ─ hopes to get back in the fast lane with a return to his former team, now called Geox-TMC.