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D’hoore and Bronzini take an Incredible One-Two in Vårgårda World Cup Road Race

Posted by on Aug 23, 2015 in News | 0 comments

D’hoore and Bronzini take an Incredible One-Two in Vårgårda World Cup Road Race

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Jolien D’hoore and Giorgia Bronzini finished an incredible first and second in the Crescent World Cup Vårgårda Road Race, in Vårgårda, Sweden, in a sprint at the head of a much-reduced peloton. World Time Trial Champion Lisa Brennauer (Velocio-SRAM) was third. The victory was D’hoore’s second in the 2015 World Cup series, after the Ronde van Drenthe in March, giving the Belgian Champion the overall lead in the season-long competition. “It’s amazing. I really didn’t expect to win,” D’hoore said...

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Wiggle Honda fifth in Vårgårda World Cup Team Time Trial

Posted by on Aug 21, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Wiggle Honda fifth in Vårgårda World Cup Team Time Trial

The Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling team of Audrey Cordon-Ragot, Jolien D’hoore, Nettie Edmondson, Dani King, Elisa Longo Borghini and Amy Roberts finished in fifth place in today’s World Cup Team Time Trial, in Vårgårda, Sweden. The six black and orange riders completed the 43km course in a time of 54 minutes, 22 seconds, just a minute and 31 seconds slower than winners Rabo-Liv. Defending champions Velocio-SRAM finished in second place, with Boels-Dolmans third. “I’m not happy with the result, but I’m happy with the time gap,” Wiggle...

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Longo Borghini wraps up Route de France victory as Bronzini wins final stage

Posted by on Aug 15, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Longo Borghini wraps up Route de France victory as Bronzini wins final stage

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Elisa Longo Borghini was crowned the overall winner of the 2015 Route de France at the end of the sixth and final stage, between Soultzmatt and Guebwiller, which was won by teammate Giorgia Bronzini. The former two-time road World Champion crossed the line more than a length clear of Loren Rowney (Australian National Team) and Amy Pieters (Liv-Plantur) to take her second victory of the race, to match the two stages won by Longo Borghini. “It was an amazing day,” Bronzini said. “I’m so happy to win again,...

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Longo Borghini conquers la Planche des Belles Filles to cement la Route de France lead

Posted by on Aug 14, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Longo Borghini conquers la Planche des Belles Filles to cement la Route de France lead

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Elisa Longo Borghini took an incredible solo victory on the summit of la Planche des Belles Filles, in the fifth stage of the Route de France, to cement her overall lead in the seven-day race. The Italian crossed the finish line 45 seconds ahead of Amber Neben (BePink-LaClassica), with Claudia Lichtenberg (Liv-Plantur) another 18 seconds back, to take her second stage win in three days. “It was really, really nice because it’s one hill that they are doing in the Tour de France; that the guys are doing,”...

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Edmondson second again in complicated Route de France Stage Four finish

Posted by on Aug 13, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Edmondson second again in complicated Route de France Stage Four finish

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Nettie Edmondson finished second in the 2015 Route de France for the second time, as she finished just behind compatriot Loren Rowney (Australian National Team), who had escaped in the complicated stage four finale. Roxane Fournier (Poitou-Charentes Futuroscope) finished third, a second behind the two Australians, while Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Elisa Longo Borghini finished safely in sixth place, and holds onto her overall race lead as the race heads into its queen stage. “I was in fourth wheel, behind two...

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Longo Borghini Solos into Route de France lead with Stage Three Victory

Posted by on Aug 12, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Longo Borghini Solos into Route de France lead with Stage Three Victory

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Elisa Longo Borghini soloed into the overall race lead with a stunning victory in the third stage of the 2015 Route de France, between Nevers and Avallon. After escaping on the final climb of the day, the Italian Tour of Flanders winner crossed the line 13 seconds ahead of a 12-rider group, with Eugenia Bujak (BTC City Ljubljana) winning the sprint for second place, ahead of Brianna Walle (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies). Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Mayuko Hagiwara was fourth. Despite the lack of time...

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Giorgia Bronzini wins Stage Two of the Route de France

Posted by on Aug 11, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Giorgia Bronzini wins Stage Two of the Route de France

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Giorgia Bronzini won the second stage of the 2015 Route de France, between Villemandeur and Bourges, in a close sprint finish. As it had been the day before – when Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Nettie Edmondson was narrowly beaten into second – the result was decided by a photo finish, as Bronzini just managed to push her front wheel over the line ahead of race leader Amy Pieters (Liv-Plantur). Kimberley Wells (Australia) finished third, just ahead of Edmondson, who had led Bronzini into the...

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Nettie Edmondson a close second in Route de France Stage One Photofinish

Posted by on Aug 10, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Nettie Edmondson a close second in Route de France Stage One Photofinish

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Nettie Edmondson missed out on victory by the narrowest of margins in the opening stage of the 2015 Route de France, between Avon and Briare, as she was beaten in a photofinish by Lucy Garner (Liv-Plantur). The double track World Champion crossed the line just millimetres behind the British sprinter, at the end of the shortened, 109km stage, after having been led into the finishing straight by French teammate Audrey Cordon-Ragot. French sprinter Roxane Fournier (Poitou-Charentes Futuroscope), while Wiggle Honda Pro...

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Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling signs Emma Johansson on a Two-Year Contract

Posted by on Aug 1, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling signs Emma Johansson on a Two-Year Contract

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling is both delighted and excited to announce that Emma Johansson has signed a two-year contract with the black and orange team, which will cover the 2016 and 2017 seasons. The 31-year-old from Sollefteå, Sweden, is a 12-time National Champion, and currently holds the blue and yellow cross jersey in both Road Race and Time Trial. In addition to her national titles, 2015 has seen Johansson take victory in the Spanish one-day Durango-Durango race, as well as her third overall title in the Thüringen Rundfahrt stage race in...

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Roe and Roberts take Silver and Bronze in GB Criterium Championships

Posted by on Jul 29, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Roe and Roberts take Silver and Bronze in GB Criterium Championships

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Eileen Roe was just unable to successfully defend her Great Britain Criterium Championships around the centre of Barnsley, Yorkshire, as she was beaten to the line by Nikki Juniper (Giordana-Triton). The 25-year-old Scottish rider, who has only just returned from a fractured bone in her hand, was forced to settle for Silver, while the podium was completed by teammate Amy Roberts, who had dominated the race with her constant attacks. “It’s alright,” Roe smiled. “I’m obviously a bit disappointed to lose...

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