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Yates wins first Grand Tour and the first for an Australian-owned men’s team

26-year-old Simon Yates has rolled across the line in Madrid to claim his maiden Grand Tour at the La Vuelta a Espana, creating history in the process as the first Grand Tour victory for an Australian-owned team, Mitchelton-SCOTT. After winning...

Enric Mas finishes runner-up at Vuelta a España

He may have been vain and lacked any sense of humour, but William Shakespeare's Malvolio got one thing right: some people are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon. Judging by his exploits at the...

Miguel Angel Lopez 3rd in final classification

The leader of Astana Pro Team, Miguel Angel Lopez, reached his second Grand Tour podium with finishing 3rd in the final general classification of the Vuelta Ciclista a España 2018, ended today in the city center of Madrid. - I...

Julian Alaphilippe takes Tour de Slovaquie overall victory

Quick-Step Floors concluded en fanfare the 62nd edition of the Tour de Slovaquie, which our team dominated from start to finish, taking a total of four wins with three different riders: Bob Jungels – who came out on top...

Yates through dangerous stage 17 at La Vuelta for another day in red

Stage 14 winner Simon Yates has successfully defended the overall lead on a dangerous stage 17 at the Vuelta a Espanathanks to a strong effort from his Mitchelton-SCOTT outfit. As Michael Woods (Education First – Drapac) won the stage from...

Atop Balcón de Bizkaia, a win for Hunter

As the final meters ticked by on Wednesday's Vuelta a España stage, Mike Woods had a voice in his ear, urging him to ride. "Do it for your family," the voice shouted. And Woods did. Over those closing seconds, he took what...

Enric Mas rides onto Vuelta a España podium

The 23-year-old continues to impress at his home Grand Tour, where he forced the pace on Wednesday's final climb, being handsomely rewarded at the end of the day. Vuelta a España returned to the Basque Country for a 157km-long stage...

Press release Lotto Soudal: Thomas De Gendt conquers KOM jersey at La Vuelta

Thomas De Gendt has taken over the lead in the KOM classification at La Vuelta. He was part of a breakaway of 26 riders in the seventeenth stage from Getxo to Balcón de Bizkaia. The Lotto Soudal rider arrived...

Bob Jungels tops Tour de Slovaquie GC

In Slovakia, a country which will be now forever linked to Quick-Step Floors' history, the team managed to put five riders – Bob Jungels, Yves Lampaert, Julian Alaphilippe, Fabio Jakobsen and Niki Terpstra – in the top 10 on...

Teuns Narrowly Misses Vuelta a España Stage Win After Strong Day of Teamwork

Dylan Teuns narrowly missed out on the stage win on Vuelta a España stage 17 after a show of strength from BMC Racing Team saw him joined at the front of the race by Alessandro De Marchi with the...