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Voigt – “I tried to make my own destiny today”

Posted on 23. Aug, 2012 by .

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“Shut up legs.” “I get paid to make other people suffer.” “Oooh this is gonna hurt.” All these Jens Voigt‘ sayings were running in our mind as we watched him take the win – the hard way – on stage 4 at the USA Pro Challenge earlier today. The 40-, almost 41-, year old Radioshack-Nissan [...]

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Voigt – “I’ll probably do one more year”

Posted on 06. Aug, 2012 by .

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“Actually I think I made up my mind. I’ll probably do one more year as a bike rider.” were the first words out of Jens Voigt‘s mouth at the 2012 Larry H Miller Tour of Utah press conference on Monday afternoon, Though the signs were there that the 40-year old Radioshack-Nissan rider would continue in [...]

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Zabriskie triumphes and Gilbert sprints to win in Missouri

Posted on 14. Sep, 2009 by .

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After coming close the previous stages with fourth and fifth places, Canadian Martin Gilbert of Planet Energy, timed his sprint perfectly and took home the victory in the Stage 7, presented by Cerner.  of the 2009 Tour of Missouri.  OUCH-Maxxis’ Andrew Pinfold, another Canadian, took second and Thor Hushovd (Cervelo Test Team) finished third, his [...]

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Let’s get it on

Posted on 07. Sep, 2009 by .

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Looking at the third edition of the Tour of Missouri, two questions come to my mind: How many stage wins for Cavendish? And will the overall winner be decided in a time trial or via a long break? In last year’s edition of the Tour of Missouri, Mark Cavendish (Columbia-HTC) won three stages, all after [...]

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