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Vincenzo Nibali

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Vincenzo Nibali is an Italian born road cyclist known as “The Shark.” Riding for the Kazakhstani ProTeam Astana, Nibali is known as one of the most fierce stage race riders in recent years. While he is very strong in stage races, the Italian has also proven himself at the highest level, winning two of the three Grand Tours (2010 Vuelta a Espana, 2013 Giro d’Italia). Nibali’s most impressive and prized accomplishment came in 2013 when he won the Giro d’Italia in front of his home fans. The Italian won stage 18, a mountain time trial to all but solidify the Magila Rosa during the weather plagued race. Putting his big win in perspective, Nibali said: “I’ve achieved one of my li...

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  • One Step Closer: Nibali Increases Tour de France GC Lead With Stage 18 Win

    Cycling: 101th Tour de France / Stage 18

    Posted about 23 hours ago by John Ohail

    It’s looking inevitable at this point that 2014 will see Italian Vincenzo Nibali take the Tour de France crown. Going into Thursday’s 145.5km Stage 18 in the Pyrénées, “The Shark” had already compiled a multi-minute lead. Proving once again that he is the best climber in the field, he rode to yet another solo stage victory in the mountains to further increase his lead in the General Classification standings. Nibali now leads the two Frenchmen in second and third place by over seven minutes going into the final weekend of this year’s Tour.

  • Team Sky’s Wiggins Triumphs at AMGEN Tour of California; Cavendish Wins Two Stages

    Cycling: Tour of California 2014/ Stage 5

    Posted 2 months ago by John Ohail

    Sir Bradley Wiggins’ 2014 AMGEN Tour of California campaign was extremely reminiscent of his 2012 Tour de France victory. Back in winning form, the Tour de France and Olympic Champion took to the California landscape with one thing on his mind: adding to his already impressive resume with an AMGEN Tour of California title, one of the few cycling feats he had not yet achieved. From his domination of the individual time trial during stage two, to the first climbing stage on the third day of racing, Wiggins and his Team Sky teammates put him into position to bring home California’s version of the yellow jersey. He took the top prize by an overall margin of 30 seconds over Garmin-Sharp’s Rohan Dennis.

  • Dutchman Niki Terpstra Claims Illustrious Paris-Roubaix Title

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    Posted 3 months ago by John Ohail

    Omega Pharma-Quick Step’s Niki Terpstra crossed the finish line in the Roubaix velodrome without another rider in sight. There would be no sprint finish. The Dutchman had out-legged the competition to ride solo to the 2014 Paris-Roubaix victory, touting a 19 second gap to the next competitor.

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