Lance Armstrong says he couldn’t have won the Tour de France without doping and feels that he is still the winner of the 1999-2005 races. “It is fine to erase my name from the record book, but the Tour was held between 1999-2005, wasn’t it? It was held and there was a winner. Who was he? No one has manifested to claim my jerseys,” Armstong told
1. Peter Sagan (NetApp-Endura), Slovakia, 3 hours, 4 minutes, 7 seconds.
2. Daniel Schorn (NetApp-Endura), Austria, same time.
3. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Sharp), United States, same time.
4. Gianni Meersman (Omega Pharma/Quick-Step), Belgium, same time.
5. Ken Hanson (Optum Pro), United States, same time.
6. Thor Hushovd (BMC Racing), Norway, same time.
7. Michael Matthews (Orica...
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May 19, 2013
American cyclist Tyler Farrar will race in the Tour Down Under, first event of the 2013 ProTour.
Farrar hasn't raced since sustaining a concussion in a fall in September in the Tour of Britain. The sprinter had a strong season, winning stages in the U.S. Pro Cycling Challenge, the Tour of Utah and the Giro d'Italia.
Farrar, who first rode the Australian tour in 2011, was...
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January 03, 2013
Colorado Springs, CO – With three finishing circuits slated for the finale in downtown Colorado Springs, the sprinters and their teams were all but assured of a "fasten your seat-belt" type conclusion to Stage 5 of the 2012 USA Pro Cycling Challenge.
The remnants of the day's predominant breakaway were first to enter the finishing circuits, clinging to the faint...
Telluride, CO – Bereft of a win this year, Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Sharp) has had a season to forget. But with benefit of being back on home soil, the 28-year old cured all his cycling illnesses with a sprint victory on Stage 1 of the 2012 USA Pro Cycling Challenge in Telluride.
In a difficult first stage complete with two Waste Management sprints and three Nissan King of the Mountains...