Taylor Phinney of the United States won the opening time trial of the inaugural Dubai Tour, a four-stage race organized by the same group that puts on the Giro d'Italia.
Phinney completed the 6.1-mile race through the streets of Dubai on Wednesday in 12 minutes, 3 seconds. Michael Cummings, his BMC Racing teammate, was 14 seconds back in second and Lasse Norman Hansen of Garmin...
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February 05, 2014
National time trial champion Taylor Phinney, his Olympic teammates Tejay van Garderen and Chris Horner, and a bevy of youngsters will lead the U.S. into the road world championships in the Italian countryside near Florence later this month.
The trio of Olympians will be joined in the men's race by Andrew Talansky, Peter Stetina, Alex Howes and national road race champion Freddie...
Tony Martin successfully defended his time trial world title Wednesday at the Road Cycling World Championships, edging American rider Taylor Phinney into second place.
Martin became the second German in two days to defend a world title. Judith Arndt won the women's time trail on Tuesday.
Martin completed the winding, hilly 28.4-mile course in 58 minutes, 38.76 seconds at an...
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September 19, 2012
American Taylor Phinney finished a surprising fourth in the Olympic road race Saturday, though he was in no mood to celebrate.
Phinney was beaten in a group sprint by Alexander Kristoff of Norway for the bronze medal. Alexander Vinokourov of Kazakhstan won the gold and Rigoberto Uran of Colombia took silver.
''Some would call fourth place the worst to arrive at the Olympics...