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Plan A: how Ryder Hesjedal and Garmin won the 2012 Giro

Ryder Hesjedal’s victory in the 2012 Giro was a surprise to the cycling world, but not to the Garmin team, who’d planned it in meticulous detail. Here’s the story of how Garmin won their first Grand Tour

Liège-Bastogne-Liège analysis: Garmin lead the way

Dan Martin took a Classic win after an aggressive and clever race by his Garmin team

Stage 12 analysis: Millar time, finally

David Millar was the strongest and cleverest rider in today’s long break, winning his first Tour stage as a Garmin rider

Comment: war de France

Stage six to Metz saw crashes wreak havoc on an already battered peloton. Richard Moore was at the finish to see the reaction

The Giro’s TTT: survival of the weakest

Just how important is the team time trial to the ambitions of the overall contenders? Less so than you might think.

Stage two analysis: Garmin come of age

It has taken them three years but finally the Garmin team got their stage win and yellow jersey in Les Essarts.

Slipstream: More questions than answers

Slipstream’s sacking of Matt White, and their allegations against Trent Lowe, raise questions about the team’s priorities.

Ryder Hesjedal Interview: Team Ryder

Ryder Hesjedal

Being a team player is what it’s all about when riding for a pro squad, and Ryder Hesjedal is the perfect example of this. Crucial to Bradley Wiggins’s great result in the 2009 Tour, Hesjedal explains his key role in Garmin’s success, not forgetting his own big victories.

David Millar Interview: Millar’s Tale

David Millar Interview

After a promising early career, David Millar reached his lowest ebb in 2004 when he was slapped with a doping ban. Six years on, the Garmin rider explains how all that was part of the process that has made him the rider — and the man — he is today.