If recent history is any indicator, Nairo Quintana's Tour de Romandie victory bodes well for his chances of winning in France this summer.
Nairo Quintana claims the overall lead at Switzerland's Tour of Romandie after the race's first uphill finish.
With Nairo Quintana, Alberto Contador, and Chris Froome all at Volta a Catalunya, we have a clearer picture of how the top Tour riders
Katusha's Alexey Tsatevich holds on to take the Volta a Catalunya's seventh stage from the breakaway as Nairo Quntana wraps up the overall
De Gendt wins the day with a solo attack, while Quintana dispatches Contador with a blistering attack in the final kilometer of climbing.
Spain's oldest stage race has a sparkling start list, but we may see an outsider win the overall at the climbing-centric Volta a Catalunya.
Nairo Quintana believes a Tour de France win is attainable — though he isn't underestimating Chris Froome and the formidable Sky squad.
Between Nairo Quintana, Rigoberto Urán, and three others, Colombia has an embarrassment of riches in its Rio Olympics road race team.
The Colombian rider has twice finished second to two-time champion Chris Froome, but he hopes things will be different in 2016.
Dayer Quintana became a stage race threat by winning the Tour de San Luis