Returning from injury, RadioShack man will make his first Tour Down Under start in January
VeloNews.com exclusive interview from the Tour Down Under
Kohler: "I didn't expect to get the jersey again"
1. Martin KOHLER , (SUI) Bmc, in 15:03:34 2. Michael MATTHEWS , (AUS) Rab, +2 3. Oscar FREIRE GOMEZ , (ESP) Kat, +2
Alejandro Valverde isn't lacking self-confidence as he's poised to return to racing later this month
There will be racing on three continents, with the season's first UCI-ranked raced set for South America
The veteran Italian confirmed he will race in the WorldTour season debut in what's part of an early-season racing schedule designed to arrive at Milan-San Remo in winning form.
GreenEdge hopes for a successful inaugural year with the support of these six sports directors
Three-time world champion Oscar Freire will make his debut with Russian squad Katusha in Australia's Tour Down Under in January, organizers said on Wednesday.
The UCI has agreed to extend the Tour Down Under's WorldTour licence until 2015, it was announced on Wednesday.
Having recently come away from the World Track Championships with yet another rainbow jersey (Madison with Leigh Howard), a silver medal (points race) and a seventh place (scratch) young Aussie sensation Cameron Meyer is ready for the first race of his Euro road season, Sunday's Liege-Bastogne-Liege. VeloNews caught up with him as he tries to build on his already amazing 2011.
Johan Bruyneel says there’s “nothing new” to the latest round of doping allegations leveled at Lance Armstrong, who raced his final international cycling event with Sunday’s conclusion at the Tour Down Under.
- 1. Ben Swift, Sky, in 1:53:47
- 2. Greg Henderson, Sky, s.t.
- 3. Matthew Goss, HTC-HighRoad, s.t.
- 4. Robbie McEwen, RadioShack, s.t.
- 5. Juan Jose Haedo, Saxo Bank Sungard, s.t.
- 1. Cameron Meyer, Garmin-Cervelo, in 17:54:27
- 2. Matthew Goss, HTC-HighRoad, at 0:02
- 3. Ben Swift, Sky, at 0:08
- 4. Michael Matthews, Rabobank, at 0:09
- 5. Laurens ten Dam, Rabobank, at 0:10
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,
If history is any indication, Garmin-Cervélo’s Cameron Meyer will win the Santos Tour Down Under this Sunday in Adelaide.
Garmin-Cervélo's Cameron Meyer gave his team reason to smile at the Tour Down Under when he took the race leader's ochre jersey after a well-deserved stage win Friday.
Saxo Bank team manager Brad McGee called for patience from Richie Porte Thursday after a failed attack late on the Tour Down Under's third stage scuppered his protege's chance.
ADELAIDE, Australia (AFP) — British sprint king Mark Cavendish had to pick his way through traffic to finish in the Tour Down Under Thursday, leaving officials red-faced at the third stage of the event.
Why are the marquee sprinters at the Santos Tour Down Under not in winning form?
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.
Jack Bobridge is Australia's latest road champion. We speak with him about his big win and the seemingly limitless prospects for his career.
Murphy’s Law can be typically stated as: “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong." So far, BMC Racing’s new recruit who shares the same surname has been defying the pessimist adage, slowly but assiduously working his way to the top level of the sport.
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-High Road's Mark Cavendish declined to be drawn into a pre-race verbal battle with sprint rival Andre Greipel on Saturday as the two prepared for a historic duel in Australia this week.
The BMC Racing Team has its sights set on making a good first impression in its ProTeam debut Sunday in the Santos Tour Down Under.
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