In Utah, Denmark, Spain, and Poland, the peloton's fresh faces earned breakthrough wins, which could indicate more good things to come.
American Farrar scores a podium finish in the final stage
The Belkin rider has just six seconds over Lars Bak with a single stage remaining
Danish rider claims the yellow jersey after winning stage 3
It has indeed been a busy year for Michael Rasmussen. Only nine months ago he still didn’t have a team to race for. Today he co-owns and heads a team that was put together at sprint speed just for him. This week his Christina Watches Onfone team raced the Tour of Denmark – the biggest race so far for the Continental squad — but the team's ambitions go much higher. The hope is to get a wild card for the Giro d’Italia already next year and, eventually, earn a place in the Tour de France.