The German edges last year's overall winner in a bunch sprint.
Mark Cavendish and Marcel Kittel will face off for the first time in more a year starting Wednesday at the Dubai Tour.
The floppy hair and high-voltage smile are still there, but the only thing Marcel Kittel is worried about right now is returning to the
Marcel Kittel was the sprinter of reference last year, but where did he go in 2015?
Deloitte and Lidl underwrite Cavendish and Kittel's respective places on teams, but the investment may not be sustainable or effective.
The German was able to work out a deal with current team Giant-Alpecin to sever his contract early.
After five years with Giant-Alpecin, Marcel Kittel will leave the team after a tumultuous season.
The German sprinter has worked out a deal to end his contract with Giant a year early, according to a report.
Marcel Kittel's agent assures that his star client will fulfill the final year of his contract with Giant-Alpecin in 2016.
In another blow for Marcel Kittel, the German national team is overlooking him in favor of Andre Greipel and John Degenkolb for Richmond.