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Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Tejay van Garderen wins stage 3 of the USA Pro Challenge; Cyril Gautier wins stage 2 of the Tour du Limousin; Garmin-Sharp and Cannondale join forces for 2015; Kreuziger suspension upheld – UCI and rider react; Tiernan-Locke explains decision not to appeal suspension, questions if […]

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Navardauskas wins solo after late attack on a wet stage 19 of Le Tour

Ramunas Navardauskas (Garmin-Sharp) has won stage 19 of the Tour de France after attacking on the day’s only climb less than 14km from the finish. The Lithuanian rider broke clear of the peloton on the 1.3km climb and joined his teammate Tom-Jelte Slagter up the road, the latter having been part of the day’s main […]

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Bikes of Le Tour: Langeveld’s Dutch national champ Cervelo

Earlier this week Cervelo announced that they would be leaving Garmin-Sharp next year and heading over to sponsor the South African ProContinental team MTN-Qhubeka. As Dave Everett reports, this hasn’t stopped them from coming up trumps with a great looking paint job for current Dutch champion Sebastian Langeveld.

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Cervélo confirms no renewal with Garmin-Sharp/Slipstream, Cannondale deal with team expected

Following on from this week’s announcement that the Cervélo bicycle company will partner with the MTN Quebeka team next year, taking over from Trek, the company has confirmed to CyclingTips that it will end its four season association with Slipstream Sports, the management company behind the current Garmin-Sharp team.  “Cervélo and Slipstream have agreed that […]

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Mixed reactions to Talansky crash, Gerrans argues he wasn’t at fault

Team kit torn, skin red and language turning blue; Andrew Talansky was, to say the least, unimpressed with Simon Gerrans at the finish of stage seven of the Tour de France on Friday. The duo crossed over each other during the final sprint to the line in Nancy, with Talansky’s drift left and Gerrans’ move […]

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Wegelius reluctant to make prediction about Talansky in Tour de France

Chris Froome and Alberto Contador are most often mentioned as possible winners of the Tour but, based on his victory in the Critérium du Dauphiné, Andrew Talansky has also earned the right to be considered one of the top riders in this year’s race. The American rider leads the Garmin Sharp team in the event […]

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Wegelius on Garmin’s Giro chances: ‘History is littered with riders gaining and losing massive amounts of time’

Although Ryder Hesjedal and the rest of the Garmin-Sharp squad lost over three minutes in the opening team time trial of the Giro d’Italia, directeur sportif Charly Wegelius has said that the race still presents many opportunities and that he is ruling nothing out. “I think obviously losing that time alters his position in the […]

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Gym work for cyclists? An interview with Adrie Van Diemen

It’s been an impressive return to form for Nathan Haas. After a couple years of struggling to find his feet at Garmin-Sharp, Haas has started 2014 with a second-placed finish on stage 3 of this year’s Tour Down Under, fifth overall at that race and, just today, a win on stage 1 of the Jayco […]

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A return to form for Nathan Haas

After a self-described “two-year hiatus,” Nathan Haas is back on the Australian cycling radar after finishing fifth in the Santos Tour Down Under last week. Jono Lovelock spoke to the Garmin-Sharp rider about his return to form and his plans for the year ahead.

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