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Posts Tagged ‘Jonathan Vaughters’


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

Jonathan Vaughters: crossing the line

The Garmin team manager wrote this short article for the August 1999 edition of Cycle Sport. On his request, we have re-run it here

Lance Armstrong: the end

Resolution is fast approaching in the most controversial story in cycling. But there are still many questions to be answered

Seconds from disaster: how Garmin won the Tour’s TTT

Team manager Jonathan Vaughters explains to Cycle Sport how Garmin-Cervélo won the Tour de France’s team time trial.

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.

Van Summeren time: Paris-Roubaix analysis

For a whole year, the cycling world has agreed that stopping Fabian Cancellara in Paris-Roubaix would involve ganging up on him. Yesterday, Garmin did just that.

CS Comment: Analysing JV’s 10-point plan for cycling

Cycle Sport

We look at Jonathan Vaughters’s 10-point plan for cycling, as revealed to the BBC.

CS Comment: A real cultural change

Enough of squabbling over petty issues. It’s time for cycling to face up to the real challenges facing the sport.

Slipstream: More questions than answers

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