The season has drawn to a close and my three grand tour riders have enjoyed very different fortunes since the Tour de France. Samuel Sanchez and Alejandro Valverde both rode the Vuelta a Espana while Alberto Contador took the unusual (for him) step of riding a number of one-day races. All three represented Spain at the Road World Championships in Tuscany at the end of September. Continue reading
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Who’s moving where for 2014? #6
Cycling’s transfer season is well and truly under way. With the rumour mill grinding, I’m taking a look at who’ll be where next year.
Saxo sweep (well, nearly)
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.