Levi Leipheimer (USA) of Team RadioShack showed an impressive finish taking the stage win and claiming the lead in the general classification and sprint competitions.
“Winning the Prologue of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge today is a really nice feeling,” said Gretsch. “I put a lot of my focus on the Prologue. I had really good preparation and I felt really good in training this morning. It felt great out there and I’m super happy to get the win. I think all the other teams have to watch out for us.”
Universal Sports will broadcast live, exclusive coverage of every stage of the Vuelta a España—more than 45 total hours—beginning Saturday, August 20 at 11 a.m. ET.
It began with about 40 local racers headed out for little more than a day in the saddle. But even that number is debatable between those in Triple Ring Productions (TRP), the organizing body of the Butte 100 endurance mountain bike race. Back then, record keeping ranked just below figuring out who’s buying the post-race […]
A photo gallery of Stage 5 of the 2011 Tour of Utah. All photos copyright Steven Sheffield.
By Jared Eborn SNOWBIRD — Levi Leipheimer is your Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah champion — again. But this time the Radio Shack star had a challenge he didn’t expect and one he hard a hard time overcoming. With a surprisingly strong Gobernacion de Antioquia team out of Colombia, Leipheimer needed […]
PARK CITY, Utah (August 10, 2011) – In its third year, the Park City Point 2 Point (PCP2P), was selected to be a part of the National Ultra Endurance Series (NUE Series). Of the eleven nationwide venues in the 2011 NUE Series, the PCP2P is the only race with a distance shorter than 100 miles. […]