Posts Tagged ‘Roulston’

Hayden Roulston Ready to Rumble in Belgium

Hayden Roulston Ready to Rumble in Belgium

Hayden Roulston will go into tonight’s Tour of Flanders race in Belgium with his focus on helping team-mate Fabian Cancellara, but also ready to take an opportunity if it comes his way. The 31-y...

Milan-San Remo, A Monumental Effort – Recap & Results

Milan-San Remo, A Monumental Effort – Recap & Results

Today’s longest single-day race on the professional calendar saw GreenEdge’s Simon Gerrans (AUS) just barely out sprint RadioShack-Nissan-Trek’s Fabian Cancellara (SUI) for the win, after a cat ...

Roulston’s Form Good as Cycling Classics Approach

Roulston’s Form Good as Cycling Classics Approach

With road cycling’s classic season approaching, New Zealand’s Hayden Roulston yesterday got a great indication of his form. Roulston finished a highly impressive sixth in the 16.9km time t...

RSNT One-Two on Stage, Horner 2nd Overall at Tirreno-Adriatico

RSNT One-Two on Stage, Horner 2nd Overall at Tirreno-Adriatico

RadioShack-Nissan Trek finished up a great week of racing with riders finishing one-two in today’s final 7th stage, a 9.3-kilometer individual time trial through the streets of San Benedetto del Tro...

Cancellara Wins TT, Horner Second in GC, Tirreno-Adriatica

Cancellara Wins TT, Horner Second in GC, Tirreno-Adriatica

The last stage in Tirreno-Adriatica was 9,3 km long time trial. All eyes were on the three GC leaders; 1. Chris Horner, 2. Roman Kreuziger and 3. Vincenzo Nibali. Chris Horner lead the race by 5 secon...

Radioshack Nissan Trek Results, Stage 6 Tirreno-Adriatica

Radioshack Nissan Trek Results, Stage 6 Tirreno-Adriatica

Today’s comment from Chris Horner: “Another tough stage down at Tirreno. The RSNT boys were fantastic all day and we kept the jersey for another day. All comes down to tomorrow!” Top...

Chris Horner Still Race Leader, Stage 5 Tirreno-Adriatica

Chris Horner Still Race Leader, Stage 5 Tirreno-Adriatica

Yesterday after stage 4 of Tirreno-Adriatica, Chris Horner grapped the race’s leader jersey. Today in stage 5, with 5,3km left, Horner started an attack, not in defense, but as an attack to see ...