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    Click Here (Reuters) - Swiss Olympic champion Fabian Cancellara captured his first long time trial on Tour de France in the 19th stage on Saturday. Saxo Bank time trial specialist Cancellara clocked a winning time of one hour 00 minute 56 seconds on the largely flat but wind-hit course...
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    Click Here (Reuters) - Alberto Contador let rival Andy Schleck win the Tour de France's showpiece stage at the top of the fog-covered Tourmalet on Thursday in the knowledge he had a firm grip on his third title. The pair left the rest behind in the last ascent to the Pyrenees summit and...
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    2010 Ronde van Vlaanderen Photo Gallery Courtesy of CorVos Final Results 1 - Fabian Cancellara (Swi) Team Saxo Bank - 6:25:56 2 - Tom Boonen (Bel) Quick Step - 0:01:15 3 - Philippe Gilbert (Bel) Omega Pharma-Lotto - 0:02:11 4 - Bjorn...
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    Team Saxo Bank is pleased to reveal that 23 year-old Jonas Aaen Jørgensen has signed a two-year contract with Team Saxo Bank. In January, Jonas made a huge impression on the management of the Danish team during a training camp that he is been of great interest throughout the year. Jonas now...
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    As expected, Saxo Bank took to the hills today to hopefully deliver their GC hopeful Andy Schleck into a podium spot and ride they did. Frank Schleck paced his younger brother, Andy Schleck, up the final climbs shedding all other contenders. With only Alberto Contador able to hang with the pace...
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    A bad crash during training yesterday meant a trip to the hospital and now a shorter break from racing for Team Saxo Bank's Fränk Schleck. The rider from Luxembourg skidded with his front wheels during a training ride and crashed in a curve going downhill. Seven stitches on the chin and a heavy...
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    Team Saxo Bank's Fabian Cancellara will not defend his victory in Milano-Sanremo, but instead focus on his preparation to Northern European classics and the races ahead by doing the stage race, Settimana Internazionele di Coppi e Bartali next week in Italy. "I regret not being able to do...
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    Bobby Julich to end his 15-year long professional career at Team CSC Saxo Bank. The 36-year old American rider has been with the team since 2004 is now retiring and looking ahead to a possible future within the sport. "I have had a long career as a professional cyclist and it has been an...
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    As of 2009, Riis Cycling / Team Saxo Bank and Specialized will embark on a new partnership that will mean a completely new and exiting setup for the team in terms of bikes and shoes. This partnership will see a new legacy in the development of high-end bikes and state of the art materials. "I...
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    Team CSC Saxo Bank has extended the contract with 23-year old Anders Lund. The Danish talent began his career as a professional rider with the team the year before last and has now had his contract extended for another year. "Anders still has great potential and we'd like to keep him around and...
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    Carlos Sastre came in twelth today, two minutes and thirty found seconds behind stage winner Stefan Schumacher, to seal up his Tour de France victory. Sastre was able to hold off his top rivals to stay a minute and five seconds ahead of Cadel Evans in the General Classification. For Stefan...
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    This Friday the double time trial World Champ Fabian Cancellara has extended his contract with the Danish cycling team, Team CSC Saxo Bank for another three seasons until 2011. "It means a lot to me that my future is secure with Team CSC Saxo Bank. This is where I belong and where I can reach...
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    Everyone knew he would attack. Everyone knew he would go for the victory on Alpe d'Huez! And he did it: Carlos Sastre won the queen stage in this year's edition of Tour de France - after 210 kilometers from Embrun to the legendary finish at the top of Alpe d'Huez the petite Spanish rider was...
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    Spanish rider Carlos Sastre rode the ride of his life on Stage 17 of this year's Tour de France. Attacking with just 13km to go, the Maillot Jaune group was not able to hang onto the Spaniard and he went on to win the Stage. Carlos Sastre wins the stage and is also the new overall General...
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    Team CSC Saxo Bank's Fränk Schleck fulfilled a childhood dream of his, when he took the Yellow Jersey on Sunday after the 15th stage of Tour de France! The Danish team was aggressive from the word go and all team members were used to attack during the last 40 of the 183-kilometer route from...
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    On an average mountain stage, the final sprint was won by Kurt-Asle Arvesen by the smallest of margins. Coming into the final kilometer it was a three man charge to the finish line, with Kurt-Asle Arvesen, Martin Elmiger, and Alessandro Ballan. Ballan, who made the move to bridge over from the...
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    COPENHAGEN Riis Cycling (RC) and Saxo Bank, the leading online investment bank, have signed an agreement that will let Saxo Bank become a co-sponsor of Team CSC together with CSC. The agreement becomes effective immediately, which means that team CSC will appear as Team CSC/Saxo Bank at the...
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