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Tour de France Stage 13: Reaction

Stage 13 of the Tour de France, as expected, was one that saw the main contenders in the overall classification firmly stamp their mark on the race. The stage was won by Daniel Martinez (EF) with the BORA-hansgrohe duo of Lennard Kamna and Max Schachmann following him home. NTT Pro Cycling, with other objectives to come in the race in mind, looked to limit potential losses for the South African champion Ryan Gibbons who struggled with stomach problems throughout the day. Gibbons fought to make contact with the last group on the road and once he did, managed to reasonably comfortably pace himself home withinRead More →

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Tour de France Stage 12: Reaction

Stage 12 of the Tour de France was won in impressive fashion by Marc Hirschi (SUN) as he soloed to the line in Sarran-Correze. For NTT Pro Cycling Michael Gogl had a very strong day as he finished with the maillot jaune group in 16th position, just over 2 minutes behind the Swiss winner. While Max Walscheid was part of an early group that featured in the breakaway for a large portion of the day. Michael Gogl The plan was to go in the breakaway with a bigger group of riders but then four riders including Max Walscheid, went up the road and then BoraRead More →

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Tour de France Stage 11: Reaction

Stage 11 of the Tour de France ended in the predicted bunch sprint in which the South African champion Ryan Gibbons finished in 10th place. Caleb Ewan (LTS) took another stage victory ahead of Sam Bennett (DQT), who remains in the green jersey. While Peter Sagan who had crossed the line second was relegated by the race jury. Edvald Boasson Hagen meanwhile was 14th having been well marshaled in the final stages by Max Walscheid. Edvald Boasson Hagen It was pretty hectic but the team did a really good job today overall and a I really good leadout from Max, so that was perfect. IRead More →

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Tour de France Stage 10: Reaction

A series of bad luck on stage 10 of the Tour de France put paid to NTT Pro Cycling’s chances of scoring a result in a chaotic day of racing. Edvald Boasson Hagen was involved in a crash while Ryan Gibbons had mechanical problems inside the final 20km, as did Max Walscheid at a most unfortunate point as the peloton sped for home. Walscheid, thanks to the help of his teammates, was able to get back to the front of the bunch to position himself to attempt to contest the sprint but ultimately the earlier effort required to do so took its toll. Max WalscheidRead More →

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POZZOVIVO FORCED TO WITHDRAW FROM TOUR DE FRANCE

NTT Pro Cycling’s Domenico Pozzovivo has unfortunately been forced to abandon the Tour de France as a result of the elbow injury he sustained on the opening stage of the race in Nice. The decision was taken by Team Manager Bjarne Riis after the completion of stage nine that finished in Laruns. This is a result of the crash that he had on the opening stage of the race which saw him collide with a spectator’s outstretched hand that was taking a photo of the race and saw over 20 riders go down. The Italian has fought exceptionally bravely to consistently finish our strongest riderRead More →

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Tirreno-Adriatico: Lineup

The race of the two seas, Tirreno-Adriatico, will get underway tomorrow and NTT Pro Cycling line up for the Italian UCI World Tour event with a team suited to the tough climbing stages. Starting from the Tyrrhenian coastal town of Lido di Camaiore, the 2020 Tirreno-Adriatico will make its way across country over 8 stages, finishing with the familiar ITT in San Benedetto del Tronto, on 14 September. On paper, the 8 stages are split with 3 suiting the sprinters, 4 for the climbers and the final 10km ITT for the specialists against the clock. The queen stage being stage 5, includes the mountain summitRead More →

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