Tag Archives: garmin-slipstream
Posted on 01. Jul, 2009 by lyne.
Recap of the Canadian Road Championships where Svein Tuft, David Veilleux, Tara Whitten, Julie Beveridge, Aaran Fillion and Guillaume Boivin won the right to wear the Maple Leaf for a year.
Posted on 15. Sep, 2008 by lyne.
The consensus before the start of the Tour of Missouri was that the winner of the individual time trial would take the overall classification, and this is exactly what happened. But, Christian Vande Velde and his inexperienced Garmin-Chipotle team had to survive all attacks thrown at them by team Columbia and control a very aggrressive [...]
Posted on 11. Sep, 2008 by lyne.
Tour of Missouri TT winner and new yellow jersey Christian Vande Velde (Garmin-Chipotle) and three-time TT World Champion Australian and second place on Tour of Missouri TT Michael Rogers (Columbia) answered questions from the media following Wednesday’s 18-mile time trial reputed to be a tough one. Tell us how your form is coming back, 2003 [...]
Posted on 30. Aug, 2008 by lyne.
David Zabriskie (Garmin-Chipotle) did it again for the third time in a row. On his third race back after his breaking his back at the Giro d’Italia, Zabriskie won the US US Pro championships Time Trial, again, setting the fastest time of 40’39″04 over the flat but billed-as technical 20.7- mile (33.3 km) course. (photo [...]
Posted on 13. Aug, 2008 by lyne.
Jason Donald (Garmin-Chipotle) bridged to a lead trio early in the first stage at the Tour of Utah and with the field breathing down their necks, he outsprinted his 2 remaining break companions to win the stage, the KOM jersey and the yellow leader’s jersey. The 28-year old answered questions just after he won the [...]
Posted on 24. Jun, 2008 by lyne.
I had to chance to chat with Garmin/Chipotle’s Steven Cozza at Tour de Nez following the first stage where he had tried a few attacks, unsuccessfully. I first talked to Steven after US Pro last year where he was so happy with being back to racing after his serious head injury which could have stopped [...]