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No regrets for Tom Dumoulin at Giro d'Italia

When a rider is beaten by 46 seconds in a race that spanned 3,572 kilometres across three weeks, it is only natural to go back in the minds eye in search of lost time. After reaching Rome in second place overall at the Giro dItalia, however, Tom Dumoulin (Sunweb) evinced no regrets about his race. Dumoulin began the final week of the Giro looking for a way to divest one British rider of the maglia rosa, but just as he had finally seen off Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) on the Colle delle Finest...


Chris Froome: The next challenge for me has to be the Tour de France

Chris Froome crossed the finish in central Rome lined across the road with his teammates as they celebrated his and Team Skys first ever Giro dItalia victory. Yet soon after, after raising the winners Trofeo Infinito trophy and listening to the British national anthem ring out across the warm evening, Froomes thoughts were already turning to the future and even to the Tour de France. Froomes ongoing salbutamol case means that he does not know if he will be able to line up in the Vendee on July ...


Sam Bennett: I had such bad legs, I thought I wouldn't be able to sprint

Sam Bennett got up on Sunday morning convinced that a third stage victory on this Giro dItalia was beyond him. Three weeks of racing Ė from Israel to the Alps, by way of Sicily and the Zoncolan Ė had taken their toll on the Irishman. When I woke up this morning, I had such bad legs, man. I thought I wouldnt be able to sprint, Bennett said after overpowering Elia Viviani in Rome to claim the honours. The Giros final stage comprised ten laps of an 11.5km circuit in Romes centro storico, and was d...


Giro d'Italia: Stage 21 finish line quotes

Chris Froome (Team Sky) - overall winner It was great to be able to soak up the atmosphere in Rome - all the monuments, the crowds, it was a great atmosphere out on the road. That didnít disappoint. Three in a row: I donít think itís quite sunk in, but Iím sure it will over the next few days once Iíve had a little bit of time to reflect. Itís just been incredible - for any cyclists this is a dream. To have all three leaderís jerseys in the space of 10 months is just an incredible feeling. I a...


Dekker: The problem with Froome and Team Sky is a lack of transparency

Early in the Giro dItalia the retired rider and former doper Thomas Dekker provocatively suggested to Velonews that Chris Froome is perhaps the cleanest Tour winner weve ever had in history. After covering this years race for the digital video channel of AD Sportswereld, the Dutchman has taken a step back, with Froomes victory leaving him more questions than answers. Froome refused to reveal if he took salbutamol during this years Giro dItalia, while his Adverse Analytical Finding (AFF) for th...


Chris Froome ready to ride into Rome in pink as sprinters fight for a final victory

The curtain falls on the 2018 Giro díItalia against the grandest of backdrops on Sunday evening, with Chris Froome (Team Sky) set to celebrate overall victory and the sprinters ready to fight for one final stage success. Nine years on from its last visit, the†corsa rosa†returns to Rome for the big finale to a tumultuous edition. After three weeks of tough racing and arduous transfers, from Israel to Sicily, from Italyís deep south to the high Alps, the 150 survivors will complete their odyssey ...


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No regrets for Tom Dumoulin at Giro d'Italia

When a rider is beaten by 46 seconds in a race that spanned 3,572 kilometres across three weeks, it is only natural to go back in the minds eye in search of lost time. After reaching Rome in second place overall at the Giro dItalia, however, Tom Dumoulin (Sunweb) evinced no regrets about his race. Dumoulin began the final week of the Giro looking for a way to divest one British rider of the maglia rosa, but just as he had finally seen off Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) on the Colle delle Finest...


Chris Froome: The next challenge for me has to be the Tour de France

Chris Froome crossed the finish in central Rome lined across the road with his teammates as they celebrated his and Team Skys first ever Giro dItalia victory. Yet soon after, after raising the winners Trofeo Infinito trophy and listening to the British national anthem ring out across the warm evening, Froomes thoughts were already turning to the future and even to the Tour de France. Froomes ongoing salbutamol case means that he does not know if he will be able to line up in the Vendee on July ...


Sam Bennett: I had such bad legs, I thought I wouldn't be able to sprint

Sam Bennett got up on Sunday morning convinced that a third stage victory on this Giro dItalia was beyond him. Three weeks of racing Ė from Israel to the Alps, by way of Sicily and the Zoncolan Ė had taken their toll on the Irishman. When I woke up this morning, I had such bad legs, man. I thought I wouldnt be able to sprint, Bennett said after overpowering Elia Viviani in Rome to claim the honours. The Giros final stage comprised ten laps of an 11.5km circuit in Romes centro storico, and was d...


Giro d'Italia: Stage 21 finish line quotes

Chris Froome (Team Sky) - overall winner It was great to be able to soak up the atmosphere in Rome - all the monuments, the crowds, it was a great atmosphere out on the road. That didnít disappoint. Three in a row: I donít think itís quite sunk in, but Iím sure it will over the next few days once Iíve had a little bit of time to reflect. Itís just been incredible - for any cyclists this is a dream. To have all three leaderís jerseys in the space of 10 months is just an incredible feeling. I a...


Dekker: The problem with Froome and Team Sky is a lack of transparency

Early in the Giro dItalia the retired rider and former doper Thomas Dekker provocatively suggested to Velonews that Chris Froome is perhaps the cleanest Tour winner weve ever had in history. After covering this years race for the digital video channel of AD Sportswereld, the Dutchman has taken a step back, with Froomes victory leaving him more questions than answers. Froome refused to reveal if he took salbutamol during this years Giro dItalia, while his Adverse Analytical Finding (AFF) for th...


Chris Froome ready to ride into Rome in pink as sprinters fight for a final victory

The curtain falls on the 2018 Giro díItalia against the grandest of backdrops on Sunday evening, with Chris Froome (Team Sky) set to celebrate overall victory and the sprinters ready to fight for one final stage success. Nine years on from its last visit, the†corsa rosa†returns to Rome for the big finale to a tumultuous edition. After three weeks of tough racing and arduous transfers, from Israel to Sicily, from Italyís deep south to the high Alps, the 150 survivors will complete their odyssey ...


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