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Cannondale Pro Cycling Team focuses on GC for Catalunya

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Uran, Dombrowski and Woods to Catalunya
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Cannondale Pro Cycling Team to focus on the general classification while sharpening grand-tour form

The early season march of stage races continues, with the challenging Volta A Catalunya rolling out Monday in Spain. There should be a few fleet finishes, but the jaunt into the Catalan Pyrénées ensures that one of this season’s GC contenders will win the week-long race.

To that end, the Cannondale Pro Cycling Team brings a squad dedicated to the overall standings while allowing for crucial experience. Rigoberto Uran will captain the team, with support from the likes of Joe Dombrowski, André Cardoso and Michael Woods.

“Rigoberto is looking to pop off a good performance at Catalunya,” Slipstream Sports CEO Jonathan Vaughters said. “It’s super mountainous. Every stage is hard. You’ve got some climbs that genuinely go into the Pyrénées. Rigo’s got to be in there. He needs to be in the hunt to really push his body to be able to perform at the Giro.”


Cannondale-Garmin Pro Cycling 2015 Roster

Slipstream Sports is poised for an exciting year. In late August, Slipstream and Cannondale announced that the organizations would join forces in 2015, creating a new, powerhouse team built for the future. The new team will be known as Cannondale-Garmin Pro Cycling – and as revealed today – features an impressive, young roster comprised of 27 athletes from 14 different countries. Cannondale will be the title sponsor and technical bicycle sponsor for the team, and has taken an ownership stake in the management organization of Slipstream Sports LLC. Garmin will remain co-title sponsor and has been a key partner of Slipstream Sports since 2008.


Garmin -Sharp: Mit Sturzpech auf der ersten Etappe des Giro

Andre Cardoso , Koldo Fernandez, Nathan Haas, und Team- Co-Leiter Dan Martin alle erlitten Verletzungen unterschiedlichen Grades. Dan Martin wurde sofort von der Stelle des Absturzes in ein örtliches Krankenhaus gebracht, wo die Ärzte ein gebrochenes Schlüsselbein bestätigten. Sie untersuchen noch ob weitere Verletzungen bestehen. Koldo Fernandez kämpfte bis ins Ziel, wurde aber auch in ein örtliches Krankenhaus gebracht, wo die Ärzte ebenfalls eine gebrochenes Schlüsselbein feststellten. Andre Cardoso und Nathan Haas erlitten Prellungen und Schürfwunden die weiter heute Abend von Team des medizinischen Personales ausgewertet werden.


Vuelta 20. Etappe: Kenny Elissonde und Chris Horner triumphieren am l’Angliru

Aged 22, Kenny Elissonde ( preceded eventual Vuelta a España overall winner Chris Horner, who is almost 42, at the top of the mythical climb l’Angliru. He scored the fourth stage victory for French cycling.
At km 25, a 32-man breakaway was formed: Jan Barta and José Mendes (NetApp-Endura), Paolo Tiralongo, Andriy Grivko and Jakob Fuglsang (Astana), André Cardoso, David Arroyo and Antonio Piedra (Caja Rural-Seguros RGA), Vasil Kiryienka and Dario Cataldo (Team Sky), Rinaldo Nocentini and Carlos Betancur (AG2R-La Mondiale), Jorge Azanza and Juanjo Oroz (Euskaltel), Serge Pauwels (OPQS), Bauke Mollema and Juan Manuel Garate (Belkin), Juan Antonio Flecha and Rafa Valls (Vacansoleil-DCM), Nicolas Edet and Jérôme Coppel (Cofidis), Maciej Paterski (Cannondale), Dominik Nerz and Ivan Santaromita (BMC), Francos De Greef (Lotto-Belisol), Kenny Elissonde (, Johannes Fröhlinger (Argos-Shimano), Dimitri Kozontchuk and Angel Vicioso (Katusha), Benat Intxausti and Imanol Erviti (Movistar) and Diego Ulissi (Lampre-Merida).