The Jamis-Hagens Berman sprinter thinks his home nation could one day field a second-division squad in Europe
The Argentinian says the UCI noticed him after he rode in the 2012 edition of the race with his national team
Amaran, Jacques-Maynes, Cooke, and Haedo set to return for next season
The Jamis-Hagens Berman sprinter is taking an as-it-comes approach and helping advise younger teammates
Women's leader Wilcoxson and Haedo triumph in hard-fought battles as Friedman pads his margin in the men's NVGP standings
A number of national champions will be on hand for the annual race in Minnesota
The race was round two of the 2013 Air Force Association Cycling Classic
Race leader Powers wins her first criterium since the 2012 Sea Otter as Haedo's team delivers him to the line
Jamis-Hagens Berman veteran Tyler Wren checks in from the Tour de San Luis, where ProTeams are instilling order, but chaos still reigns
Argentine sprinter will race a U.S. calendar in 2013 after six seasons in the first division
Garmin shows again that its team time trial prep is second-to-none; J.J. Haedo says he has a Giro stage win in his legs
McEwen to advise at GreenEdge after California; Niki Terpstra selected for Olympics; Boonen to race California; Haedo to lead at Giro
Goss, Tuft, Haedos among early names headed to Italian grand tour
HARO, Spain (AFP) - Argentina's Juan Jose Haedo of the Saxo Bank team won the 16th stage of the Tour of Spain Tuesday while Spain's Juan Jose Cobo of Geox retained the leader's red jersey.
PERUGIA, Italy (VN) — J.J. Haedo (Saxo Bank-Sunguard) overcame a final-kilometer acceleration from Thor Hushovd (Garmin-Cervélo) to steal a win in stage 3 of Tirreno-Adriatico. Hushovd’s teammate and overall leader Tyler Farrar finished second, followed by Italian Daniel Oss (Liquigas-Cannondale).
Saxo Bank's Juan Jose Haedo sprinted to victory in the second stage of France's Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré on Tuesday.