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Here's the news making headlines for Saturday, August 14.
Van Garderen, 32, will call it quits on his pro cycling career after 12 seasons in the WorldTour.
Joe Dombrowski won a stage, and Larry Warbasse was on the move among the five-rider North American contingent during the Giro d'Italia.
Four US riders and one Canadian aim to become the first North American rider to win a Giro stage since 2019.
Rising US star is first American male to lead a WorldTour stage race since Tejay van Garderen at 2019 Tour of California.
2020 saw a group of young American friends and former teammates inspire each other to a prolific season of top-tier racing.
American stalwart discusses the potential for team leadership in 2021, the physical and mental toll of the COVID season, and his takes on the new U.S devo system.
The Vuelta proved a rollercoaster three weeks for the five Americans at the race, from Sepp Kuss and Will Barta riding high to Ian Garrison gutting out a tough debut grand tour.
Riders wrote the anti-racism slogan on their masks just days after Kévin Reza gave an interview highlighting the sport's struggles with racial equality.
American Tejay van Garderen is confident that teammate Rigoberto Urán can score a top finish at the Tour de France.
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With a crop of promising riders waiting in the wings, the American future looks bright.
Two North Americans and a Colombian leadership trio headline team of wildcards and dark horses.
EF Pro Cycling skipped early stage races like the Vuelta a Burgos and Tour de l'Ain. Tejay van Garderen says this could pay off at the Tour de France.
The Giro faces another hurdle with the 'big start' slated for Budapest in May while Tejay van Garderen pulls out of Paris-Nice
EF Pro Cycling brings a powerful team to Tour Colombia, including a host of Latin American talent and northern Americans van Garderen and Craddock