Molano, what a sprint! Fourth place in Cavendish’s wake

Until a few months ago, for Colombia-Coldeportes’ Sebastian Molano, Mark Cavendish was a model to look at from a long way, an inspiration to climb up to the top of cycling World. Now, with less than half of his first European season gone, the 20-year-old Colombian sprinter is progressing steadily, and Cavendish’s wake is not that far away anymore. In Tour of Turkey stage 2, Alanya – Antalya (182 km), Molano was held just a few inches away of the British sprinter, who once again edged the mass sprint: Sebas finished fourth, also behind Sacha Modolo (Lampre-Merida) and Nicola Ruffoni...

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Appennino, Torres’ crash messes up plans

There is more than legs in cycling: there is tactics, timing, and obviously fate. Come out of Giro del Trentino Melinda in great condition, Colombia-Coldeportes Rodolfo Torres was taking the start of the Giro dell’Appennino (Novi Ligure – Pontedecimo, 191 km) on Sunday April 26th as one of the main favorites, but an unlucky crash on the way down from the Colle della Campagnola, with more than 100 km to go, concluded his effort in the worst possible way. The race lit up inside the final 50 km, with strong selection in the bunch and the final win of Spaniard...

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Colombia with options at the Tour of Turkey

After last year’s forced forfait, Team Colombia-Coldeportes makes its return to Tour of Turkey (April 26 – May 3) in 2015, and does it with full confidence in its options to leave a mark on  the 8-day race. With two uphill finishes shaping the overall classification – to Elmali, in stage 3, and Selcuk, in stage 6 – Oscar Pellicioli’s line-up will feature strong climbing forces in Alex Cano, Carlos Julian Quintero and youngsters Edward Diaz and Daniel Martinez, while Sebastian Molano and Edwin Avila will be the go-to guys for the sprint finishes, usually coming in numbers in this...

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