Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka did well to get in the mix in Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec this Friday. After finishing in sixth place last year, Nathan Haas and the rest of the Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka were eager to take on the Canadian one-day race. Early in the race, a break of four riders distanced the peloton and opened up a significant gap. The teams of the race favorites seemed content with the situation and they kept the gap at around seven minutes. As the riders took on the last 50 km, the distance between the pack and the breakaway started to shorten..
The early breakaway made it all the way again on stage 19 of Vuelta a España. Thomas De Gendt (Lotto Soudal) took the win, while Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka’s Igor Antón finished with the overall favorites. Once again, the day started out with numerous attacks as soon as the flag dropped for the official start. Knowing that this might be the last chance for an early break to fight for victory, countless riders wanted to make it into the front group. Ultimately, 19 riders managed to distance the peloton and open up a gap. 10 more riders later bridged across, leaving a big group.
It was a wet and slippery stage as Edvald Boasson Hagen finished in the Top 10. Here is all the action from stage six at the Tour of Britain..
Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka got in the mix again on stage 6 of Tour of Britain as Edvald Boasson Hagen finished eighth in the bunch sprint. Early on today’s stage, which started out under the pouring rain, a group of seven riders got away. The peloton seemed content with the situation but they never let the gap exceed three minutes. The front group was kept on a tight leash by the teams of the sprinters and GC riders at all time. However, at the end, the breakaway turned out to be harder to catch than expected. It wasn’t until the riders took on the.
Here is Scott Mitchell’s spectacular take on yesterday’s individual time trial at the Tour of Britain. Enjoy!.
It was a 16.2 km individual time trial that awaited the team for stage five at the Tour of Britain. Check out how the race against the clock unfolded..