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2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 21: Winner

9.7km Time Trial Stage 21, Adriano Malori (MOVISTAR), in the rain gets the stage win, his first Grand Tour stage win, beating Jesse Sergent (TREK) by 8 seconds.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 8b: Crash

There was a crash out in the leader group with less that 50km to go.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 8a: Individual Time Trial: Winner

Sir Bradley Wiggins (SKY) takes the Time trial in Stage 8a of the Tour of Britain in 9:50.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 8b: Race Winner

Dylan Van Baarle (GRS) ends the race 10 seconds ahead of Michal Kwiatkowski (OPQ) with a total of 32:22:50, winning the Tour of Britain.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 8: Interviews

Dylan Van Baarle (GRS), Alex Dowsett (MOV), and Sir Bradley Wiggins (SKY) talk about their performances in the Tour of Britain.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 21: Santiago de Compostela – Santiago de Compostela

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race. Jerez de la Frontera, on the Spanish south coast, will host the opening stage. The Vuelta will then arc counterclockwise, through the south-east and east of the country before crossing the north and finishing in Santiago de Compostel.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 21: Santiago de Compostela – Santiago de Compostela (Mobile)

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 8: London

The Tour of Britain is a multi-stage cycling race, conducted on British roads, in which participants race across Great Britain to complete the race in the fastest time. The event dates back to the first British stage races held just after the Second World War, since when various different events have been described as the Tour of Britain, including the Milk Race, the Kellogg’s Tour of Britain and the PruTour. The current version of the Tour of Britain began in 2004 and is part of the UCI Europe Tour.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 20: REVIEW

Steve Schlanger and Todd Gogulski go over the stage win by Alberto Contador (TINKOFF), who barring disaster on the final time trial will win the Vuelta, plus the different classification leaders.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 20: Winner

186km Mountain Stage 20, Alberto Contador (TINKOFF) crushes Chris Froome (SKY), getting another stage win, and increasing his general classification lead to 1:37. All but assured the 2014 Vuelta win.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 7: Stage Winner

Julien Vermote (OPQ) took crossed the finish line on Stage 7 all by himself in a total of 5:12:34. Dylan Van Baarle (GRS) become GC Leader.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 7: Interviews

Julien Vermote (OPQ) and Dylan Van Baarle (GRS) talk about their Stage 7 victories in the Tour of Britain.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 7: Unnoticed Crash

Near the finish, the rider takes a turn wrong and crashes into the barrier.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 20: Estevo de Ribas de Sil – Puerto de Ancares (Mobile)

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 7: Camberley – Brighton

The Tour of Britain is a multi-stage cycling race, conducted on British roads, in which participants race across Great Britain to complete the race in the fastest time. The event dates back to the first British stage races held just after the Second World War, since when various different events have been described as the Tour of Britain, including the Milk Race, the Kellogg’s Tour of Britain and the PruTour. The current version of the Tour of Britain began in 2004 and is part of the UCI Europe Tour.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 19: REVIEW

Steve Schlanger and Todd Gogulski go over the stage win by Adam Hansen (LOTTO) and the different classification leaders, including John Degenkolb (GIANT) who secures the Points win, with two stage left.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 19: Interview

Adam Hansen (LOTTO) talks about getting his second grand tour stage win and his hopes for more.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 19: Winner

Adam Hansen (LOTTO) claims his second career stage win during Stage 19 of the 2014 Vuelta a Espana, denying John Degenkolb (GIANT) his fifth win of the tour. Degenkolb sprinted from behind for second place and Alberto Contador (TINKOFF) continues to remain the GC leader.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 6: Stage Winner

Matthias Brandle (IAM) repeated his performance from Stage 5, remaining in the leader group for the majority of the race and taking the stage in 4:44:49. Alex Dowsett (MOV) came in 2nd for the stage, but has now become the GC Leader.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 6: Interviews

Matthias Brandle (IAM) and Alex Dowsett (MOV) talk about their Stage 6 victories in the Tour of Britain.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 19: Salvaterra Do Miño – Cangas Do Morrazo (Mobile)

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race. Jerez de la Frontera, on the Spanish south coast, will host the opening stage. The Vuelta will then arc counterclockwise, through the south-east and east of the country before crossing the north and finishing in Santiago de Compostel.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 19: Salvaterra Do Miño – Cangas Do Morrazo

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race. Jerez de la Frontera, on the Spanish south coast, will host the opening stage. The Vuelta will then arc counterclockwise, through the south-east and east of the country before crossing the north and finishing in Santiago de Compostel.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 6: Bath – Hemel Hempstead

The Tour of Britain is a multi-stage cycling race, conducted on British roads, in which participants race across Great Britain to complete the race in the fastest time. The event dates back to the first British stage races held just after the Second World War, since when various different events have been described as the Tour of Britain, including the Milk Race, the Kellogg’s Tour of Britain and the PruTour. The current version of the Tour of Britain began in 2004 and is part of the UCI Europe Tour.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 18: REVIEW

Steve Schlanger and Todd Gogulski go over the stage win and the different classification leaders, including General Classification leader Alberto Contador (TINKOFF).

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 18: Winner

Fabio Aru (ASTANA) grabbed his second stage win during Stage 18 of the 2014 Vuelta a Espana. Following closely in second place was Chris Froome (SKY), who moved into second place of the General Classification with the time bonus. Alberto Contador (TINKOFF) remains the General Classification leader and Valverde (MOVISTAR) stands third in the GC.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 5: Stage Winner

Matthias Brandle (IAM) remained in the leader group the whole race and took stage 4 in 4:32:03, while Michal Kwiatkowski (OPQ) retains GC Leader status.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 5: Interviews

Matthias Brandle (IAM) and Michal Kwiatkowski (OPQ) talk about their Stage 5 victories in the Tour of Britain.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 18: A Estrada – Monte Castrove. Meis (Mobile)

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 18: A Estrada – Monte Castrove. Meis

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race. Jerez de la Frontera, on the Spanish south coast, will host the opening stage. The Vuelta will then arc counterclockwise, through the south-east and east of the country before crossing the north and finishing in Santiago de Compostel.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 5: Exmouth – Exeter

The Tour of Britain is a multi-stage cycling race, conducted on British roads, in which participants race across Great Britain to complete the race in the fastest time. The event dates back to the first British stage races held just after the Second World War, since when various different events have been described as the Tour of Britain, including the Milk Race, the Kellogg’s Tour of Britain and the PruTour. The current version of the Tour of Britain began in 2004 and is part of the UCI Europe Tour.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 17: REVIEW

Steve Schlanger and Todd Gogulski go over the different classification leaders, including General Classification leader Alberto Contador (TINKOFF) after stage 17.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 17: Froome Interview

Chris Froome (SKY). 3rd in the General Classification, talks about the GC race for the remaining four days, and his future plans for the year.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 17: Degenkolb Interview

John Degenkolb (GIANT) talks about getting his 4th stage win, and his hopes for the rest of the tour.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 17: Winner

191km Stage 17, John Degenkolb (GIANT) claims his 4th the stage win as the break away crumbles with just 500 meters left. Meanwhile, Alberto Contador (TINKOFF) maintains his GC lead of 1:36.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 4: Stage Winner

Michal Kwiatkowski (OPQ) takes 1st in stage 4 after getting 2nd the day before. He took the stage in 4:19:09 and is the GC Leader.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 4: Winner Interview

Michal Kwiatkowski (OPQ) talks about winning Stage 4 of the Tour of Britain.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 17: Ortigueira – A Coruña (Mobile)

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 17: Ortigueira – A Coruña

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race. Jerez de la Frontera, on the Spanish south coast, will host the opening stage. The Vuelta will then arc counterclockwise, through the south-east and east of the country before crossing the north and finishing in Santiago de Compostel.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 4: Worcester – Bristol

The Tour of Britain is a multi-stage cycling race, conducted on British roads, in which participants race across Great Britain to complete the race in the fastest time. The event dates back to the first British stage races held just after the Second World War, since when various different events have been described as the Tour of Britain, including the Milk Race, the Kellogg’s Tour of Britain and the PruTour. The current version of the Tour of Britain began in 2004 and is part of the UCI Europe Tour.

Train Like A Champion: Stages’ Power Meter

Universal Sports’ host Nick Gismondi heads to Boulder, Colorado and the Stages Cycling headquarters to” Train Like A Champion.” Watch as Gismondi tackles a hill with the Stages Cycling power meter, the same power meter that the official Team Sky uses.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 3: Interview

Edoardo Zardini (BARDIANI) talks about getting the stage win, his biggest win, and claiming the the General Classification lead.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 3: Winner

180km Mountain Stage 3, On the ‘Queen’s stage’, Edoardo Zardini (BARDIANI), gets his second career stage win, both coming this season. With the stage win he claims the GC lead by 13 seconds over Michal Kwiatkowski (OMEGA).

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 20: Estevo de Ribas de Sil – Puerto de Ancares

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race. Jerez de la Frontera, on the Spanish south coast, will host the opening stage. The Vuelta will then arc counterclockwise, through the south-east and east of the country before crossing the north and finishing in Santiago de Compostel.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 3: Newtown – The Tumble

The Tour of Britain is a multi-stage cycling race, conducted on British roads, in which participants race across Great Britain to complete the race in the fastest time. The event dates back to the first British stage races held just after the Second World War, since when various different events have been described as the Tour of Britain, including the Milk Race, the Kellogg’s Tour of Britain and the PruTour. The current version of the Tour of Britain began in 2004 and is part of the UCI Europe Tour.

Spanish ace Contador is king of Vuelta’s queen stage

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/JACKY NAEGELEN (Reuters) – Alberto Contador moved closer to a third Tour of Spain title by winning Monday’s 16th stage while his closest domestic rivals cracked in the final climb. Britain’s Chris Froome was second in the 160.5-km mountain trek, the Vuelta’s ‘queen stage’, after the Team Sky rider’s late acceleration helped the pair […]

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 16: REVIEW

Steve Schlanger and Todd Gogulski go over General Classification battle in Stage 16, lead by Alberto Contador (TINKOFF) and the real fight that took place, as two riders are ejected from the race.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 16: Fight

Gianluca Brambilla (OMEGA) and Ivan Rovny (RUS) started trading punches in the middle of Stage 16 of the 2014 Vuelta a Espana, which already held the reputation of being the “hardest” stage of the tour.  After the altercation, both riders would be ejected from the Tour.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 16: Expulsion

Gianluca Brambilla (OMEGA) and Ivan Rovny (RUS) got into it heavy, trading punches, right in front of the official’s car, how did they think they weren’t not going to be ejected from the race.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 16: Winner

161km Mountain Stage 16, In the toughest ‘Queen’ stage, GC leader Alberto Contador (TINKOFF) gets the stage win, Alejandro Valverde (MOVISTAR) finished 4th, but holds on to the GC 2nd place by three seconds over Chris Froome (SKY).

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 2: Interview

Mark Renshaw (OMEGA) talks about getting the stage win and claiming the the General Classification lead, plus how long he plans to hold it.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 2: Winner

201km Stage 2, after an exciting downhill to the finish, Mark Renshaw (OMEGA) wins the sprint to claim the stage win. It’s his first solo stage win this season and with it he claims the GC lead by 4 seconds over Ben Swift (SKY).

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 16: San Martín Del Rey Aurelio – La Farrapona. Lagos De Somiedo (Mobile)

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race. Jerez de la Frontera, on the Spanish south coast, will host the opening stage. The Vuelta will then arc counterclockwise, through the south-east and east of the country before crossing the north and finishing in Santiago de Compostel.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 16: San Martín Del Rey Aurelio – La Farrapona. Lagos De Somiedo

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race. Jerez de la Frontera, on the Spanish south coast, will host the opening stage. The Vuelta will then arc counterclockwise, through the south-east and east of the country before crossing the north and finishing in Santiago de Compostel.

2014 Tour of Britain: Stage 2: Knowsley – Llandudno

The Tour of Britain is a multi-stage cycling race, conducted on British roads, in which participants race across Great Britain to complete the race in the fastest time. The event dates back to the first British stage races held just after the Second World War, since when various different events have been described as the Tour of Britain, including the Milk Race, the Kellogg’s Tour of Britain and the PruTour. The current version of the Tour of Britain began in 2004 and is part of the UCI Europe Tour.

2014 Tour of Alberta: Stage 5: Race Winner

Daryl Impey (ORC) beat out the GC leader of the first 4 stages of the tour, beating him by just 1 second overall, with a total of 16:07:57.

 
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