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Taking his best ever career result, Italian rider Matteo Priamo (CSF Group Navigare) out-sprinted...
Spaniard Alberto Contador, 2007 Tour de France champion, has become the first foreigner to win the...
Team High Road's Mark Cavendish took a belated 23rd birthday celebration with his sprint win over...
Kurt-Asle Arvesen grabbed success from an escape group of 22 riders in the eighth stage of the 2007...
Apart from 2004 Giro d'Italia winner Damiano Cunego, the other climbing revelation of the race was...
CSF Inox Group and Navigare will officially join forces this Friday at an exhibition in Milan. The...
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