Warren Barguil

Giant-Alpecin crash: Additional surgery for Degenkolb, but operation deemed unnecessary for Haga

Milan-San Remo and Paris-Roubaix winner John Degenkolb has returned to Germany after being hit by a car last Saturday, with his Giant-Alpecin team confirming that he will undergo additional surgery as a result of the accident. The German rider was one of six from the team who were hit head-on by a car driven on […]

Successful surgery for Degenkolb, Haga, more treatment to follow

The two riders most seriously hurt in Saturday’s Giant-Alpecin training crash, John Degenkolb and Chad Haga, have had successful first phases of treatment, with the team providing a further update as to their condition. The duo plus Warren Barguil, Fredrik Ludvigsson, Ramon Sinkeldam and Max Walscheid were all injured when a car ploughed into them […]

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Giant-Alpecin road captain Koen de Kort reacts to team’s horror collision

The seven-man Giant-Alpecin team competing at the Santos Tour Down Under awoke in Adelaide to the horrific news of a collision at a team training camp in which relatives, housemates, and close friends of those in Australia were seriously injured. An informal training ride before the start of stage 6 was called off after the […]

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Giant-Alpecin confirms Degenkolb, Barguil, Haga and three others involved in collision with car in Spain

As was reported earlier, six Giant-Alpecin riders were hit by a car while training near Calpe in Spain on Saturday; the team has now clarified their identities and given an update on their condition. Those involved were Warren Barguil (France), John Degenkolb and Max Walscheid of Germany, American Chad Haga, the Swede Fredrik Ludvigsson and […]

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Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Rohan Dennis leads BMC 1-2 at Australian time trial championships; Katrin Garfoot takes decisive victory in time trial at Australian Road Championships; Degenkolb aiming to repeat San Remo and Roubaix successes, Barguil sets out season goal; Tom Dumoulin explains decision to skip the Tour de […]

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Degenkolb aiming to repeat San Remo and Roubaix successes, Barguil sets out season goal

Heading into the new season as the defending Milan San Remo and Paris-Roubaix champion, John Degenkolb has made clear that he is vying to repeat in both those races. “The season is not far off now and I’m really looking forward to it,” he said at Thursday’s team launch at the Italian Embassy in Berlin. […]

How to wear a cycling cap? Team Giant Alpecin shows you…

How to wear a cycling cap? Listen to team Giant-Alpecin riders Luka Mezgec, John Degenkolb and Warren Barguil on the secrets and traditions of wearing the cycling cap. This simple garment, beautifully marrying form and function, has never gone out of style. Cap, biretta, petje, casquette…whatever you want to call it, there’s many ways to […]

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Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Mattia Gavazzi leads the Tour of China II after three stages; Dumoulin and Barguil extend with Giant-Alpecin until end of 2018; Diego Ulissi extends with Lampre-Merida; Kanstanstin Siutsou joins Dimension Data for 2016; Team management confirms that Colombia-Coldeportes squad will stop, salary delays to be […]

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Dumoulin and Barguil extend with Giant-Alpecin until end of 2018

The perception that the Giant-Alpecin is increasingly looking towards overall stage race contention has been reinforced by the news that the team has inked long-term extensions with its two GC rider, Tom Dumoulin and Warren Barguil. Both riders have signed contracts that will keep them in the team until the end of 2018. Dumoulin joined […]

Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Andre Greipel sprints to a second win on stage 5, Tony Martin retains Tour lead; Pauline Ferrand-Prevot solos to victory in first Giro Rosa summit finish; Savitskiy sprints to first pro win on stage 4 of the Tour of Qinghai Lake; Víctor De La Parte […]

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