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Stuyven forced to abandon the Vuelta a Espana after stage victory

Just a few hours after celebrating his first victory as a professional rider at the Vuelta a Espana, Jasper Stuyven (Trek Factory Racing) has been forced to abandon the final Grand Tour of the season because of a fractured left scaphoid. The young Belgian rider crashed with 50km to go in the stage along with Kris Boeckmans (Lotto-Soudal), Nacer Bouhanni (Cofidis), Daniel Martin...
Via Cycling News
August 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Riders hurt in Spanish Vuelta crash

MURCIA, Spain (AP) Several riders have been injured in an accident during Saturday's eighth stage of the Spanish Vuelta. Belgian cyclist Kris Boeckmans appeared to be the worst off from the pileup in the peloton that happened with 50 kilometers (31 miles) to go in the southern province of Murcia. Spanish television showed images of Boeckmans prone on the ground and being attended...
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August 29, 2015  |  Discuss

BMC wins team time trial on 1st Vuelta stage

MARBELLA, Spain (AP) The BMC team with American rider Tejay Van Garderen won the opening stage of the Spanish Vuelta on Saturday, a team time trial that won't count toward individual times because of safety concerns. Race organizers responded to complaints about safety from riders by deciding Friday that the 7.4-kilometer (4.6-mile) stage from Puerto Banus to Marbella along Spain...
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August 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Van Garderen forced to pull out of Tour de France

Aspen resident Tejay Van Garderen had to unfortunately withdraw from the Tour de France during Wednesday’s 17th stage due to illness. Coming into Stage 17, 26-year-old Van Garderen was comfortably in third place in the general classification, 3 minutes and 32 seconds behind tour leader Chris Froome. Everything went wrong during Tuesdays’ rest day and it was apparent during the...
Via Mile High Sports
July 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Van Garderen sits 2nd, as Froome increases lead

While Aspen resident Tejay Van Garderen has been riding a great Tour de France to this point, Stage 10 on Tuesday proved that everybody is playing second fiddle to Briton Chris Froome of Team Sky. Coming into the 167 km Stage 10 after a rest day, Froome had a 12 second advantage over Van Garderen but everything changed on Tuesday. In the second Pyrenean stage, Froome broke away with...
Via Mile High Sports
July 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Van Garderen in second at Tour on first rest day

Tejay Van Garderen and the Team BMC won Stage 9, the team time trial and narrowed Van Garderen’s gap on the yellow jersey by a second. This was a big gain for Van Garderen, as he sits in second place behind Chris Froome who claimed the lead in Stage 7 after then-leader Tony Martin had to withdraw due to his crash in Stage 6. BMC beat team Sky by one second, but in this race, one...
Via Mile High Sports
July 13, 2015  |  Discuss

The Latest: BMC favorites of Tour de France team time trial

PLUMELEC, France (AP) The Latest from the ninth stage of the Tour de France (all times local): --- 2:54 Tejay van Garderen has a good chance of taking the yellow jersey from Chris Froome in Sunday's team time trial. Van Garderen is trailing leader Chris Froome by 13 seconds but his BMC team has been the dominant force in races against the clock in recent months, winning gold at...
Via AP on Fox
July 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Van Garderen in third after three days at Tour

Aspen’s Tejay Van Garderen has completed the first three stages of the 2015 Tour de France and currently sits in third place in the overall individual time classification, trailing 2013 Tour winner Chris Froome by 13 seconds. The race opened with individual time trials on July 4 in Utrecht, Netherlands and saw Van Garderen’s BMC teammate Rohan Dennis set a new Tour record with...
Via Mile High Sports
July 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Tejay Van Garderen of US wins Volta a Catalunya 4th stage

LA MOLINA, Spain (AP) Tejay Van Garderen of the United States climbed steadily after breaking away from the pack and hung on to his lead to win the fourth stage of the Volta a Catalunya by three seconds, while Bart De Clerq of Belgium took the overall lead on Thursday. On the mountainous 188-kilometer (117-mile) ride from Tona to La Molina, Van Garderen fended off an attack by Richie...
Via AP on Fox
March 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Van Garderen wins 4th stage of Volta a Catalunya

SETCASES, Spain (AP) American cyclist Tejay Van Garderen pulled away on the final uphill climb in snow and heavy fog to win the fourth stage of the Volta a Catalunya on Thursday, while Joaquim Rodriguez maintained the lead.
March 27, 2014  |  Discuss

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