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Posts Tagged ‘Peter Sagan’

Amstel Gold analysis: Roman rode

Saxo Bank’s Roman Kreuziger took a maiden Classic win with a solo breakaway in the Amstel Gold Race

Talking points: E3 Prijs and Ghent-Wevelgem

Sagan, Cancellara, Omega Pharma, Sky and how the weather’s making the racing more exciting

Ghent-Wevelgem analysis: Peter the Great

Peter Sagan combined strength and tactics to win his first major one-day race at Ghent-Wevelgem

Talking points: Milan-San Remo

Reflections on Milan-San Remo: Ciolek, Cancellara, Sagan, Chavanel, Stannard, and how much is too much?

Milan-San Remo analysis: patience is a virtue

Gerald Ciolek was the shock winner of Milan-San Remo, but should we have been that surprised?

Strade Bianche analysis: goodnight Siena

Cannondale took the Strade Bianche race apart piece by piece, deploying strong riders with intelligent tactics, and were rewarded with a one-two, with Moreno Moser winning ahead of Peter Sagan in Siena

Stage 14 analysis: Sanchez outwits Sagan

Luis Leon Sanchez won from a break into Foix, while the GC favourites’ progress was stalled by a vandal spreading tacks on the road

Stage 13 analysis: never two without three

André Greipel won his third stage of the 2012 Tour, surviving a complicated finale to beat Peter Sagan by inches

Stage six: Saganissimo!

Peter Sagan took an astonishing third stage victory in Metz as crashes exerted a heavy toll on many of the Tour favourites

Comment: it’s déjà-vu, all over again

The Tour de France organisers need to take action to prevent the race stagnating, argues Lionel Birnie