The field for the 2014 race is one of the deepest in the event's nine-year history
Simon Gerrans keeps his lead in the GC after stage 5 at the Tour, while several of Cadel Evans' teammates crash
Three likely sprints lie ahead as the peloton makes its way from the Riviera to the mountains
Australian squad is searching for its first Tour de France stage win after debuting last year
Sprinters are getting less and less chances to win grand tour stages as the courses get harder
Neil Stephens talks about how he'll balance the roles and goals of Matthew Goss and Leigh Howard in Italy
The 135 finishers at Sunday's Milano-Sanremo dealt with some of Mother Nature's worst blows. It was exactly what the sport needed
BMC rider still looking for his first victory of 2013 after a slow start and says he's yet to hit his peak physical condition for the season
Cannondale rider will face stiff competition in 2012 winner Simon Gerrans, Fabian Cancellara, Mark Cavendish, and Matt Goss
With Saxo's WorldTour future in doubt, Spaniard says he'll skip the Tour if he doesn't have time to prepare
If he can get over the Box Hill climb, which many feel he can, Mark Cavendish is the top favorite for Olympic gold on The Mall
Many trains jostling for one track: A dominant sprint leadout has yet to appear at the 2012 Tour de France
With Mark Cavendish freelancing and rivals trying to engineer their own trains, the Tour sprints are particularly chaotic this year
Aussie team brings sprinters and breakaway opportunists to its debut Tour
Orica-GreenEdge riders and management say the only sure-fire way to beat Mark Cavendish at the Giro is to derail his leadout train
Matthew Goss aims for early pink jersey at the the Giro; Nuyens returns to racing; Giro looks to a German start
Goss, Tuft, Haedos among early names headed to Italian grand tour
With Cavendish, Goss and Gilbert among more than a dozen riders to to peel their numbers in Offida
Defending champ pulls out as precaution ahead of "La Primavera" title defense
This season, the much anticipated teammates-turned-foes clash between Mark Cavendish and André Greipel never really eventuated. But in 2012, as Matthew Goss steps out of Cavendish’s shadow to stake his claim as leader of GreenEdge, things could be very different.
GreenEdge, the first-ever Australian team to be granted a WorldTour license, was introduced to the public on Saturday in Melbourne.
Milan-San Remo champion Matt Goss will head up a strong Australian team at the world road race championships in Copenhagen, where compatriot Mark Renshaw will sit among the replacements.
Matthew Goss won't be satisfied with anything less than a top-10 finish in Paris-Roubaix.
It was with grit, great class and perfect timing that Matt Goss won Milan-San Remo on Saturday. He wasn’t meant to win though.
Matt Goss (HTC-Highroad) seems to be suddenly making headlines and is poised for yet bigger and better things following his dramatic victory in Tuesday’s sprint at Paris-Nice.
MILAN (VN) — Mark Cavendish was focused Friday afternoon when he met the press ahead of Saturday’s Milan-San Remo. The 2009 winner of the season’s first one-day monument will share leadership duties for HTC-Highroad with the up-and-coming Matt Goss.
A close look at the new Specialized Venge aero bike Cavendish and others will ride Saturday
With the 2009 winner and the most successful sprinter of the 2011 season, HTC-Highroad will enter Saturday’s Milan-San Remo, the first of the spring classics, with two viable options.
- 1. Harley Goss Matthew, HTC - Highroad, in 5:16:41
- 2. Heinrich Haussler, Team Garmin - Cervelo, at s.t.
- 3. Denis Galimzyanov, Katusha Team, at 00:00
- 4. Joaquin Rojas Jose, Movistar Team, at s.t.
- 5. Geraint Thomas, Sky Procycling, at s.t.
- 1. Harley Goss Matthew, HTC - Highroad, in 14:22:34
- 2. Gendt De Thomas, Vacansoleil-Dcm, at s.t.
- 3. Heinrich Haussler, Team Garmin - Cervelo, at 00:06
- 4. Gregory Henderson, Sky Procycling, at 00:06
- 5. Galimzyanov Denis, Katusha Team, at 00:08
Matt Goss (HTC-Highroad) snagged the yellow jersey after he sliced his way past a crash to win Tuesday’s third stage at Paris-Nice.
Australian Matthew Goss (HTC-HighRoad) won the second stage of the Tour of Oman on Wednesday taking the leader's red jersey from Dutchman Theo Boss of Rabobank.
Garmin-Cervélo team manager Matthew White says the 2011 Santos Tour Down Under has come down to one of two men: his charge and current leader, Cameron Meyer, or Matthew Goss of HTC-HighRoad,
HTC-HighRoad's Matthew Goss reclaimed the leader's ochre jersey at the Tour Down Under as fellow Australian Michael Matthews (Rabobank) romped to victory on stage three on Thursday.
HTC-HighRoad’s Matthew Goss showed he is a serious contender for the overall title at the Tour Down Under by winning the opening stage Tuesday, finishing ahead of sprint rival, former teammate and reigning champion Andre Greipel.
HTC-Highroad riders Judith Arndt and Matthew Goss have won their respective races at the Jayco Bay Classic in Geelong Australia. The win for Goss was his second this week and earned him the overall title of the four day event.
From Gilbert to Cavendish, a look at the favorites for the elite men's road race.
Matti Breschel and Jakob Fuglsang remain in first and second overall going into the final time trial.
The young Australian ride the HTC-Columbia leadout train to victory, as the sprinters' teams end the streak of breakaways