Vuelta Stage 21: Degenkolb finally gets his win as Aru wraps up GC

Having won nine times in his previous two Vuelta participations, John Degenkolb had to wait until the final stage this year to record his first victory, ensuring his Giant-Alpecin team finished on a high on the streets of Madrid after the disappointment of Tom Dumoulin losing red and sliding off the final podium altogether yesterday.
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Tour of Britain review: Boasson Hagen bosses in Britain

The 2015 Tour of Britain was really a tale of four Sky riders: two current, two former. Wout Poels and Edvald Boasson Hagen duked it out for overall victory for most of the week, with Boasson Hagen emerging triumphant. Meanwhile Elia Viviani won three times as Mark Cavendish failed to add to his ten career victories in this race.
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Vuelta Stage 12: Van Poppel boxes clever, Degenkolb boxed in again

As what should have been a routine sprint turned into a chaotic free-for-all, Trek young gun Danny van Poppel put himself in the right place at the right time to claim his maiden grand tour stage while John Degenkolb, nine times a Vuelta winner, was left banging his handlebars in frustration as he found himself boxed in again after his team had set the pace for much of the stage.
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