Evans Pips Contador To Win A Thrilling Stage 4

Written by: Justin Davis (AFP) MUR-DE-BRETAGNE, France, July 5, 2011 - Two-time runner-up Cadel Evans of BMC held off a late charge from Alberto Contador to claim a prestigious victory on the fourth stage of the Tour de France on Tuesday. Norwegian Thor Hushovd, tipped to lose the yellow jersey after a brutal two-kilometer finishing climb, held on to the race lead after the 172.5km ride … [Read more...]

Cervélo TestTeam Stage 4 Quotes

Thor Hushovd (NOR): “I wanted to do better, but I missed the power in the sprint today. It’s the fatigue of the efforts from the past three days catching up with me, especially from yesterday. Also, today was our first day in the heat, and I don’t do real well in the heat, so I was suffering all day. I was too early in the front in the sprint. I was on the wheel of Cavendish, but Petacchi … [Read more...]

Cancellara Still In Yellow Jersey, As Petacchi Wins Fourth Stage

REIMS, France - Italian Alessandro Petacchi, riding for the Lampre team, produced a perfectly timed sprint to claim victory in the 153km fourth stage of the Tour de France from Cambrai to here on Wednesday. It was Petacchi's second stage win after the sprinter, making his first appearance on the Tour in more than five years, won in Brussels on Sunday. Switzerland's Fabian Cancellara … [Read more...]

2010 Amgen Tour of California Route Revealed for Stages 3 & 4

Specific route details for the 2010 Amgen Tour of California professional cycling race are being announced this week via specially-produced videos highlighting each of the race’s eight stages. Today’s videos, which were produced by the cities of San Francisco, Santa Cruz, San Jose and Modesto, highlight Stages 3 and 4 of the race, and can be found below: Stage 3: San Francisco to Santa … [Read more...]

Chicchi Finds Glory at Tour of Qatar Stage 4

Francesco Chicchi of Italy won the fourth stage of the Tour of Qatar cycle race here on Wednesday while Dutchman Wouter Mol retained the overall lead. Chicchi won a sprint finish ahead of Heinrich Haussler of Germany and Juan Jose Haedo of Argentina. The stage was a 146.5 kilometer run from The Pearl to the Al Khor corniche. Details To Follow Stage 4 Results 1. … [Read more...]

Tour Down Under Results-Stage 4

Results on Friday from stage four of the Tour Down Under, over 150 kilometres (93 miles) from Norwood to Goolwa: Stage 4 1. Andre Greipel (GER) HTC-Columbia 3hr 30min 29sec, 2. Robbie McEwen (AUS) Team Katusha, 3. Graeme Brown (AUS) Rabobank, 4. Gert Steegmans (BEL) Team RadioShack, 5. Manuel Cardoso (POR) Footon-Servetto-Fuji, 6. Julian Dean (NZL) Garmin-Transitions, 7. … [Read more...]

Tour of Spain – Massive Pile Up

With the peloton less than 3k to the finishing banner there was a massive pile up. It looks like it takes out about half of the peloton. Crazy crash! … [Read more...]

Tour of Spain Fourth Stage Results

Results from the 225km fourth stage of the Tour of Spain from Venlo in the Netherlands to here on Tuesday: Stage 1. Andre Greipel (GER/THR) 5h43:05. 2. Wouter Weylandt (BEL/QST) at 0:00. 3. Bert Grabsch (GER/THR) 0:00. 4. Marcel Sieberg (GER/THR) … [Read more...]

German Greipel Wins Tour of Spain Fourth Stage

LIEGE, Belgium, Sept 1, 2009 (AFP) - German Andre Greipel of Team Columbia headed a four-man sprint to win the treacherous 225km fourth stage of the Tour of Spain from Venlo in the Netherlands to here on Tuesday. Greipel beat Belgian Wouter Weylandt, and the German duo of Bert Grabsch and Marcel Sieberg to the line just moments after around 40 riders, including overall leader Fabian … [Read more...]

Greipel Wins Stage Four of Deutschland Tour, And Teutenberg Takes Holland Ladies Tour Opener

San Luis Obispo, CA, 2 September, 2008 - Stage four of the Tour of Germany on Tuesday saw Columbia fastman Andre Greipel outgun Australian Robbie McEwen and German Robert Forster for his twelfth victory of the season. A bunch sprint on the stage from Wiesloch to Mainz only became a certainty with six kilometres to go when Frenchman Thomas Voeckler was reeled in - but Greipel was ready to … [Read more...]