The EPZ Omloop van Borsele road race has concluded with its traditional bunch sprint, despite early action seeing a series of serious splits in the field.
Last year ORICA-GreenEDGE lined up at the Tour de Romandie hoping to make an impact on the road. Walking away with three stage wins courtesy of Michael Albasini, it’s safe to say the team’s ambitions for the 2015 edition are a little higher.
ORICA-GreenEDGE neo pros Caleb Ewan and Magnus Cort will take on the biggest names in international sprinting, on the hunt for stage wins at next week’s Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey.
ORICA-GreenEDGE will go into Sunday’s Liège - Bastogne – Liège, the final Ardennes Classic and fourth ‘Monument’ of cycling, with multiple options in a bid to pull off a tough title defence.
Swedish champion Emma Johansson has continued her return to form after injury, breaking into the top ten at La Fleche Wallonne Feminine, the fourth world cup of the season, this afternoon.
Three-time 2014 Tour de Romandie stage winner Michael Albasini has claimed ORICA-GreenEDGE’s third Classics podium of 2015 at La Fleche Wallonne today.
ORICA-AIS will back Swedish champion Emma Johansson at La Flèche Wallonne Féminine, the fourth world cup of 2015, this Wednesday.
British climber Simon Yates and three-time 2014 Tour de Romandie stage winner Michael Albasini have earned themselves a lead role in ORICA-GreenEDGE’s assault on La Flèche Wallonne this Wednesday.