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With the route for the 2014 Giro d’Italia due to be unveiled today, here’s the official promo for next year’s race.
All the drama of the 2013 Giro, compressed into ten minutes …
No time for sightseeing, boys, we’ve got a race to run!
NetApp-Endura’s Leopold Konig may have won today’s stage, but things couldn’t be much better if you’re Saxo-Tinkoff. Not only is Nicolas Roche leading three of the four jersey classifications, but they are now also the team classification leaders. Only Katusha’s Daniel Moreno, the points leader, stands between them and a clean sweep.
By winning today’s stage three and taking over the red jersey, RadioShack-Leopard’s Chris Horner became both the oldest stage winner and the oldest overall leader in any of cycling’s three grand tours. He’s 41 years and 307 days old and turns 42 on October 23rd.
Three-time time trialing is all about the head … You need to be strong in the head and you have to like pain.
Three-time individual time trial world champion Tony Martin on what it takes to win a time trial. Martin has also been a member of the Omega Pharma-Quick Step which has won both trade team time trial titles since its reintroduction to the Road World Championships last year.
“I’m not going to go, ‘I want to be leader so I’m off’.”