• Finally: Andy Schleck Arrives With Stage 18 Tour de France Victory, Powers to Second Overall

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    Posted almost 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    The 2009/2010 runner up has officially arrived. Oakley Star Cyclist Andy Schleck of Leopard Trek – edged out last year by defending Champ Alberto Contador for the Yellow Jersey – finally clinched a stage victory (18) after steadily stepping up over the course of the race. The 26-year-old phenom stepped up the attack in stunning fashion to triumph atop the Col du Galibier. Reminiscent of past battles with his primary rival, Andy broke clear with a charge on the Col d’Izoard – leaving Contador flailing in the peloton.

  • The Tour: #gOleopardtrek Andy Schleck Twitter Mania Launches

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    Posted almost 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Team Leopard Trek is poised to take it to its rivals at Tour de France. And Andy Schleck is at the tip of the spear. Oakley’s Star Cyclist – the overall runner-up finisher at the 2010 Tour – is still one of the most formidable forces amongst the World’s best riders this year in France. So get pumped for Andy and Team Leopard Trek by sharing your stoke via the #gOleopardtrek Andy Schleck Twitter Mania Contest! Just follow these instructions to enter for a chance to win exclusive Oakley Leopard Trek Team Eyewear and a Leopard Trek jersey signed by the team!

  • 2010 Tour de France Stage 17 Recap: Victory Number 10 for Oakley

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    Posted almost 4 years ago by Kiko Garcia

    The day before he took on Alberto Contador and the Tourmalet’s vertiginous flanks, Andy Schleck said he thought Thursday’s ascent of the most storied mountain pass in the Pyrenees would be his last chance to rip the yellow jersey off Contador’s back.

Andy Schleck

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Date of Birth:
June 10, 1985
Hometown:
Luxembourg
Sponsors:
Oakley, Trek Factory Racing

Career Highlights

    • 2004: 1st overall, Fleche du Sud
    • 2006: 1st, Mountains classification, Tour of Britain
    • 2007: 2nd overall, Giro d'Italia
    • 2008: Best young rider, Tour de France
    • 2008: 5th place Olympic Games
    • 2009: 1st Liege Bastogne Liege
    • 2009: 1st, Stage 2, Tour de Luxembourg
    • 2009: 2nd Overall, Tour de France 2009
    • 2010: National Time Trial Champion, Luxembourg
    • 2010: 1st overall, Tour de France
    • 2011: 2nd overall, Tour de France
    • 2011: 1st, Mountains classification Tour de Suisse