'They weren’t doing those one percenters or half percenters for every single thing,' Australian says of Dave Brailsford's team.
Jumbo-Visma is getting the best out of a happy, committed and determined Rohan Dennis.
'He just didn’t have the power, he gave everything that he had. This was what was in the body today,' says team director.
Vlasov crushes mountain test and crushes Rohan Dennis' GC hopes to score his second stage-race victory of the season.
'In my head today I thought that I’d either be there or be 20 minutes back. We’ll just see what happens tomorrow,' says Australian.
Jumbo-Visma rider on the cusp of his biggest ever stage racing win after fending off attacks in key climbing stage.
Rohan Dennis rides resilient through Romandie 'queen stage' to finish just behind the front group and extend GC lead ahead of final stage TT.
Rohan Dennis finished third on the stage and held onto the race leader's jersey for another day.
‘He’s talking himself down a bit but I think he’s just trying to take a bit of the pressure off. I think he’ll climb really well,’ Welshman says of Rohan Dennis.
Rohan Dennis rolled safely through first full day in the race leader's jersey, with a 14-second lead.
Australian takes lead in Tour de Romandie with second on first uphill finish as he builds for optimum condition at the Tour de France.
‘I had some really good legs today, so I’m confident with that,’ says American rider.
Kate Wagner picks apart the key moments from a gripping edition of the 'Race to the Sun'.
Paris-Nice leader Primož Roglič believes his condition is improving, but his Jumbo-Visma team is struggling with injuries as the race reaches its climb-heavy finale.
Grischa Nierman says that his team’s top three finish on first stage was more satisfying than their second podium sweep in Paris-Nice’s Montluçon time trial.
Belgian takes yellow jersey from teammate Laporte
Rohan Dennis says he’s got the Tour’s Copenhagen TT in the back of his mind, but his focus is on helping Jumbo-Visma capture the Tour title that still eludes them.
'We still have to fix something in Paris-Nice,” says sports director Grischa Niermann.
Ineos Grenadiers no longer owns a monopoly at the top, but rivals will be wrong to write them off too soon.