Oakley's Pierrick Fedrigo Wins Criterium International


Oakley’s Pierrick Fedrigo from France won the Criterium International two-day race in Corsica, France on Sunday.

The 31-year-old Fedrigo, who landed Saturday’s first stage, topped the overall standings by 14 seconds from Australia’s Michael Rogers, third in the time-trial, with Portugal’s Tiago Machado in third.

This was the first win of the season for Fedrigo, who has two Tour de France stage wins to his name.
The favorite for the two day race, double Tour de France champion Alberto Contador, took second in the race against the clock through the streets of Porto Vecchio, two seconds behind Millar.

The Spaniard was making amends for his disappointing first stage performance when he was suffering from a mystery allergy.



March 30, 2010