American Chad Haga recaps the demanding Giro d'Italia and looks ahead to his next challenge, the Critérium du Dauphiné.
Cheeseburger with bacon or ice cream sundae or a plate of tacos? We asked the Americans at the Giro one final round of unserious questions.
The Giro's fatigue is unavoidable now, 15 stages and more than 2,000km past the start — how are the four surviving Americans doing?
Joe Dombrowski animates the Giro's weekend climbing stages, Guarnier wins Tour of California, and Bookwalter lands on Amgen Tour podium.
We check in with the Americans at the Giro, asking some not-so-serious questions on the second rest day.
The American said his cram session to prepare for the Giro d'Italia after his January training crash is taking a toll on his legs.
Chad Haga offers his gratitude to Fabian Cancellara for helping control the peloton on Thursday.
How do the Giro's six American racers feel after an opening TT and two road stages in the Netherlands? We check in.
Chad Haga went into the Giro with precious few race days in 2016, but he found that his fresh legs were firing in the short stage 1 TT.
After a devastating injury in the off-season, Chad Haga looks to test his true form in the Giro