Wouter Mol

Mol wraps up Qatar title as Chicchi takes another stage

Francesco Chicchi (Liquigas) scored his second win of the 2010 Tour of Qatar, outsprinting American Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Transitions) on the final stage. Wouter Mol (Vaconsoleil) took the overall title.

Qatar gold: A gift from the Sky, or the wind?

At the Tour of Qatar, a two-man suicide breakaway on stage 2 ended up defining the entire event when the peloton did not chase until it was too late and Wouter Mol (Vacansoleil) and Geert Steurs (Topsport) survived until the finish.

A mountain of a Mol

Standing 6-foot-5, Wouter Mol is no small man. And he may be standing even taller after winning the 9th annual Tour of Qatar. Here we take a look at Mol's Batavus.

Boonen grabs another in Qatar, Mol solidifies race lead

Tom Boonen sprinted into a headwind to take stage 5 of the Tour of Qatar after a 14-man echelon was swept up in the closing kilometers. Katusha’s Danilo Napolitano took second ahead of Team Sky’s Edvald Boasson Hagen.