Monthly Archives: May 2015

3105, 2015

2nd place for Benoot in Belgium Tour

Tiesj Benoot finished on the second place in the final stage of the Baloise Belgium Tour, that’s also his place in the overall classification.

The last stage was a tough hill stage with start and finish […]

3105, 2015

Review Giro d’Italia

The 98th Giro d’Italia came to an end today with a stage of 178 kilometres between Turin and Milan. Alberto Contador could put on the last pink jersey. Lotto Soudal riders Maxime Monfort and Jurgen […]

2905, 2015

Successful surgery for Broeckx

The Giro is over for Stig Broeckx. The 25-year-old Lotto Soudal rider crashed yesterday in the eighteenth stage and had to abandon. He broke his left collarbone. Today he successfully underwent surgery in the hospital […]

2805, 2015

Training camp Sierra Nevada

The way to the Tour goes along Tenerife or the Sierra Nevada. Since more than ten years, riders who want to set a good result in July do an altitude training camp. For Tim Wellens […]

2705, 2015

Preview Baloise Belgium Tour

The next five days (27 – 31/05) Lotto Soudal will ride the Baloise Belgium Tour as Joker+ Soudal. This Europe Tour race starts today with a prologue of 6.85 kilometres in Bornem. On Thursday there […]

2605, 2015

Joker+ Soudal in Baloise Belgium Tour

For the Baloise Belgium Tour (27 – 31/05) Lotto Soudal will become Joker+ Soudal. Joker+ is a game of the Belgian National Lottery for which the participants have to choose […]

2405, 2015

Giro: Van den Broeck loses time after crash

In the Giro the riders had to cover a mountain stage with finish at Madonna di Campiglio today. Maxime Monfort and Jurgen Van den Broeck  reached the top of the Passo Daone – with 31 […]

2405, 2015

Boeckmans wins World Ports Classic

This afternoon Kris Boeckmans won the second stage of the World Ports Classic, from Antwerp to Rotterdam, he was also the best overall. That means he has eight victories so far this season.

Jetse Bol was […]

2405, 2015

Breen in breakaway in Norway

On the last day of the Tour of Norway Vegard Breen joined a breakaway. He was the strongest of a front group of eight, but in the finale his fellow countryman Andreas Vangstad closed the […]