Taylor Phinney's eager to make the U.S. team for the London Games, but he wouldn't mind racing the USA Pro Cycling CHallenge, either.
Winning on American soil is nothing new for Greg Henderson, Team Sky’s Amgen Tour of California stage 2 winner in Modesto.
AMILLY, France (AFP) - New Zealand's Greg Henderson of the Sky team won a sprint finish on Monday to take the second stage of Paris-Nice.
Team Sky rules the front and sends Henderson off in the finale for the stage win and overall lead.
1. Greg Henderson, (Nzl), Team Sky, 4:46:46 2. Kenny Robert Van Hummel, (Ned), Skil-Shimano, s.t. 3. Edvald Boasson Hagen, (Nor), Team
Sunday brings a mountain stage that borrows part of its route from the Amstel Gold Race.
Henderson wins at Elektrotoer
Ask Sky’s Greg Henderson what he remembers about last year’s Paris-Roubaix, his first, and he won’t pull any punches with his answer.
Team Sky's Edvald Boasson Hagen has withdrawn from this Sunday's edition of Paris-Roubaix with an Achilles injury, his team confirmed on
Team Sky manager Sean Yates applauds his squad's performance in the Tour Down Under prelude.