Nathan Haas

Van Garderen amongst several abandons on tough 17th stage of Tour de France

PRA LOUP, France (CT) – The rider who started the day third overall, Tejay van Garderen, saw his hopes of a Tour podium evaporate on stage 17 of the race, with the American withdrawing during the stage. Van Garderen got into difficulties early on, losing contact, and while he fought his way back into the […]

Nathan Haas: “It is the Tour de France, man. We are not here to lick stamps…”

RODEZ, France (CT) – Never mind that he had been out front for almost two hundred kilometres on stage 13 of the Tour de France, infiltrating a six man move and then pushing on alone inside the final 25 kilometres. Never mind that the bid didn’t come to fruition and he was caught and then […]

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Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Contador – achieving the Giro d’Italia/Tour de France double can change my career; Richie Porte appearing more likely to leave Sky; Alex Dowsett predicts wide-open contest on stage 1 ITT at the Tour; Nathan Haas on his Tour debut – ‘I’m hoping to create a […]

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Nathan Haas on his Tour debut: ‘I’m hoping to create a bit of a narrative along the way’

When the Tour de France begins in Utrecht on Saturday, most teams will go into the race with one designated rider for the general classification. Cannondale-Garmin, however, has three — Andrew Talansky, Ryder Hesjedal and Dan Martin. Among the riders supporting the team’s GC ambitions will be Canberra’s Nathan Haas who is lining up for […]

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The Week in Bike #41: The Lennie Briscoe Look

If you’ve never seen Law & Order, you’re missing out on Lennie Briscoe, fictional NYC detective and apparent Cadel Evans fashion inspo at the unveiling of next year’s rather extraordinary Tour de France route. Frankly, Briscoe’s dry quips would be at home in cycling, be it interrogating Vino’, watching the various governing bodies flounder, or staring wistfully at a mangled derailleur. […]

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Bridging the gap: Just how good is Australia’s National Road Series?

In a little more than a month the Men’s Subaru National Road Series (NRS) gets underway for 2014. The series will see Australia’s best domestic teams and riders compete in 11 races in seven states and territories around the country. And while the standard of the NRS has never been higher, how does it compare […]

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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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Young Guns to Watch in 2012

The 2012 cycling season kicked off in Australia with Simon Gerrans winning the Tour Down Under, but there are over 500 other cyclists on ProTeams to cheer for. You may be scratching your head and asking, “Who do I support?” Andy Schleck and Cadel Evans are great choices, but why not go with a young, […]

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Behind the Scenes With Genesys Pro Cycling

Back in October Kathryn Feldmaier spent the week travelling with the Genesys Pro Cycling Team during the Jayco Herald Sun Tour. And what a great week it was. Katheryn is mainly a stills photographer but took this opportunity to film a behind the scenes look at Team Genesys and Nathan Haas’ first big victory of […]

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