Roman Kreuziger (Astana) said he’s not dismayed by his disappointing Paris-Nice performance, where he finished a distant 17th and an even more discouraging 47th in the individual time trial at 2:50 behind eventual winner Tony Martin (HTC-Highroad). Speaking at a press conference before Czech journalists, Kreuziger admitted he expected more in the eight-day French tour. […]
Roman Kreuziger and key Astana teammates have headed to Sicily to train ahead of what will be a run at the overall crown at the Giro d’Italia for the 24-year-old Czech rider.
Vincenzo Nibali and Roman Kreuziger will lead the team in Spain
An October criterium in the Mexican state is expecting Vino', Basso, the Schleck brothers, Sammy Sanchez and more. But the Vuelta a Chihuahua will not be held.
Cycling’s version of musical chairs is hitting a new fever pitch this week as yet another big name is set to change teams.
Chris Horner (RadioShack) just missed victory with second in Thursday’s “queen stage” at the 28th Giro di Sardegna in Italy. The veteran American finished second to stage-winner and new race leader Roman Kreuziger (Liquigas), with Thomas Voeckler (Bbox Bouygues) coming through third in a challenging, 175km stage finishing atop the Cat. 1 Monte Ortobene.