Saxo Bank's Juan Jose Haedo sprinted to victory in the second stage of France's Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré on Tuesday.
Frank Schleck got a warm round of applause from fans crowding around the Saxo Bank team bus Sunday, but it couldn’t erase his disappointment at not being able to win Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
Three years after JJ Haedo made the jump from North American racing to Europe, his younger brother Sebastian Haedo has done the same. For 2010, they’re both on Saxo Bank. It’s the first time the Argentine brothers have raced on the same professional team.
The brothers Schleck have revealed their respective racing schedules for the upcoming season and Andy Schleck has penciled in a trip to the Tour of California as part of his 2010 racing calendar. The Saxo Bank captains see a few new twists in their approach toward the 2010 Tour de France, where the brothers will aim for outright victory between one of them. Andy rode to second last year while Frank won a stage and finished fifth.