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MARK CAVENDISH RUMORS

Cavendish looking for final Tour de France success in Paris

Mark Cavendish loves a challenge and the Manxman faces one of the biggest of his career in Paris as he tries to win the final stage of the Tour de France on the Champs Elysees and convince Etixx-QuickStep team manager Patrick Lefevere to give him a contract extension and invest in a dedicated lead out train fro 2016. Lefevere is expected to sit down with Cavendish’s agent in Paris...
Via Cycling News
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Tour de France: Illness ends Cavendish's hopes for a win in Valence

Mark Cavendish said illness sidetracked his hopes for a 27th Tour de France stage win Sunday in Valence. The Manx Missile was off the back, fighting to make the time cut, when the predicted bunch sprint materialised and Andre Greipel took his third victory of the 2015 race. The Etixx-QuickStep sprinter, who was dropped on the first climb and forced to chase for the rest of the stage...
Via Cycling News
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Tour de France: Cavendish hoping for a sprint victory in Valence

Mark Cavendish, like all of his sprint rivals at the Tour de France, is tired after two intense weeks of racing but he is hoping for a shot at victory on Sunday’s stage to Valence. The 183km comes after two uphill finishes in Rodez and Mende and for the sprinters will fear like a welcome rain shower after two days in the French canicule. They will have to fight for a chance of...
Via Cycling News
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Cavendish wins 7th stage of Tour de France; Froome keeps overall lead

  British rider Mark Cavendish won a sprint finish Friday for the 26th Tour de France stage victory of his career, while countryman Chris Froome retained the overall lead as he bids to win the race for a second time. This time there was no crash near the finish, like the one on Thursday's sixth stage that cost Tony Martin a broken collarbone, forcing him to withdraw while wearing...
Via AP on Fox
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Tour de France: Etixx director Tom Steels analyses Cavendish win

After the 26th Tour de France stage win from Mark Cavendish, Etixx-QuickStep sports director and trainer Tom Steels provided Cyclingnews with expert insight. The former Belgian top sprinter won nine Tour de France stages and is most famous for his bidon-throwing at the 1997 Tour. After the win from Cavendish in the stage from Livarot to Fougères, Steels analysed Cavendish’s performance...
Via Cycling News
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Cavendish wins 7th stage of Tour; Froome keeps overall lead

FOUGERES, France -- British rider Mark Cavendish won the sun-soaked seventh stage of the Tour de France in a sprint finish on Friday, while compatriot Chris Froome retained the overall lead as he bids to win the race for a second time. This time there was no crash near the finish, like the one on Thursday's sixth stage that cost German rider Tony Martin a broken collarbone, forcing...
Via AP on Fox
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Cavendish races to 3rd Tour of California stage victory

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (AP) Britain's Mark Cavendish raced his third Tour of California stage victory and Latvia's Tom Skujins retained the overall lead Thursday in the rainy fifth stage. Cavendish, the Etixx-Quick Step rider who won the first two stages, powered to the front in the final 200 yards to win the 95.7-mile led from Santa Barbara to Santa Clarita in 3 hours, 51 minutes...
Via AP on Fox
May 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Mark Cavendish Involved In Bad Crash At End Of Tour de France Stage 1

British cyclist Mark Cavendish dislocated his shoulder in the last hundred yards of Stage 1 of the Tour de France on Saturday through the English countryside. Cavendish, who was a favorite to take the yellow jacket in Stage 1, was forced to withdraw from the even all together after the injury. Marcel Kittel of Germany won the first-stage of […] The post Mark Cavendish Involved...
Via Diehardsport
July 06, 2014  |  Discuss

British cyclist Mark Cavendish painfully crashes at Tour de France (Video)

British cyclist Mark Cavendish took the brunt of a brutal crash during the final stretch of Saturday's Stage One of the Tour de France. Cavendish was leaning his head and left shoulder against Australian cyclist Simon Gerrans in an apparent attempt to clear some space for himself with just a few hundred yards remaining to reach the finish line. Unfortunately, the move completely...
Via Holdout Sports
July 05, 2014  |  Discuss
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