Dutch ace survives crash 16km from the line and rides to victory with damaged shoe, defending champ Evenepoel drops 35km out.
VN ticker: Bernal confident of pre-San Juan form, Bettiol’s fine halved, Spanish rider dies after 24 years in coma
Here's what's making headlines on Saturday, January 21.
Michael Matthews drops chain, Dennis takes over the lead, Sheffield retains podium spot in action-packed day.
Magnus Sheffield goes down in crash-marred stage that ends in a bunch kick.
Magnus Sheffield powers to second after showers impacted the later starters.
Wout van Aert, Remco Evenepoel, Mathieu van der Poel and Julian Alaphilippe headline the final race of this year's worlds.
So close and yet so far. Only Michael Matthews came between Alberto Bettiol and a second stage win for EF Education-EasyPost.
The Australian put in a fine performance to drop his breakaway companions.
Five storylines that counted so far: Every Tour de France tells it own story, and why Tadej Pogačar is messing with everyone's minds.
Stage 5 was a pretty decent day for EF, but it could have been a whole lot better, and much of the blame has been lowered on Alberto Bettiol.
The internet went into meltdown after Bettiol went on the offensive with two teammates up the road on stage 5 of the Tour de France.
The Italian rider said he made a mistake after attacking from the main bunch with two teammates in the breakaway.
The Italian appeared to chase down his own teammates over the cobbles with Robbie McEwen asking if he's signed to Tadej Pogačar's team for 2023.
Team sends attack-minded squad to the Tour to hunt stage wins and a possible top-10 on GC.
Bettiol shrugs off embarrassment after thinking he won stage 2 of Tour de Suisse: ‘My friends will all be joking with me today and tomorrow.’
Home favorite Alberto Bettiol lines up alongside Michael Valgren as American team loses riders with sickness.
Forced to end his 2021 season early due to illness, Alberto Bettiol and the EF Education team were on-song at the Étoile de Bessèges.
Olympic champ Richard Carapaz did not start due to injuries sustained in crash Friday while Thomas wins his first race with Cofidis.
VN news ticker: Mathieu van der Poel makes final tweaks before Tour de France, Olympics bid; Tom Pidcock breaks collarbone in training crash
Here's the news making headlines for Wednesday, June 2.
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Belgian-style 'bergs,' cool temperatures and strong chance of rain set to make men's race in Imola about survival of the strongest.
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Tuscan rider Alberto Bettiol just missed the podium for EF Pro Cycling at Saturday's Strade Bianche.
Italian classics star hoping for home success in men's and women's races Saturday.
For Bettiol, the real prize of his monument win is the confidence that he can compete with the best.
With a long list of contenders, a tough ride over the Muur that split the peloton, and an uncooperative chase, Alberto Bettiol seized the moment — and the victory.
After losing some weight in the off-season, Italian Alberto Bettiol, 25, stuns Flanders favorites and scores EF's biggest victory in years.
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