Lopez loses pink jersey to Carapaz

Dhe British professional cyclist Simon Yates (BikeExchange–Jayco) has won the eventful 14th stage of the Giro d’Italia. The 2018 Vuelta winner broke away from a small breakaway group that included Olympic gold medalist Richard Carapaz on the final climb. The Ecuadorian from the Ineos Grenadiers team finished third in Turin and slipped into the pink […]

First Italian stage win at the Giro d’Italia

Radprofi Alberto Dainese secured the first Italian stage win at the 105th Giro. The 24-year-old from Team DSM prevailed on the eleventh stage from Santarcangelo di Romagna to Reggio Emilia after 203 kilometers in a mass sprint ahead of Colombian Fernando Gaviria (UAE Team Emirates) and Simone Consonni from Italy. Best German was Phil Bauhaus […]

Giro d’Italia: Kämna has no chance at mountain arrival

Lennard Kämna lost touch in the merciless elimination race in Abruzzo. On the 9th stage of the Giro d’Italia, the 25-year-old from Bora-hansgrohe finished 4:34 minutes behind his team-mate Jai Hindley (Australia) and fell well back in the overall classification from second place. Spaniard Juan Pedro Lopez (Trek-Segafredo) defended the lead on arrival at the […]

Kämna still in mountain jersey and Démare wins the Giro

Dhe French professional cyclist Arnaud Démare celebrated his second stage win at the 105th Giro d’Italia. One day after his success in Messina, the 30-year-old from Team Groupama-FDJ prevailed again in the mass sprint and, after a photo finish, relegated the 27-year-old Australian Caleb Ewan (Lotto Soudal) to second place in a millimeter decision. Third […]

Kämna’s dance on the volcano at the Giro d’Italia

“I’ve always loved volcanoes,” tweeted Lennard Kämna. His power and pace seemed fiery as he rode the volcano on Tuesday. Last year he was still doing a personal dance on the volcano – with acute danger of falling and burning out. The drive for his sport was temporarily gone completely, only ashes. The emotional outburst […]

Lennard Kämna triumphs on Mount Etna

Iamidst the lava fields on Mount Etna, Lennard Kämna spread his arms, then patted his chest and pointed his finger to the sky. The German cycling hope reported back impressively on the volcano and celebrated his first stage win at the Giro d’Italia. On Tuesday, after 172 kilometers, the 25-year-old clinched victory on the 1892-meter-high […]