World champion Valverde says a power meter ban might not change classics, but it could impact the Tour de France.
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The new world champion has twice finished second at Il Lombardia. Will this be the year that Alejandro Valverde wins the hilly monument?
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Alejandro Valverde’s post-worlds program includes Il Lombardia, a race that favors him, yet also one he has never won.
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We were treated to two very different (and exciting) races at world championships in Innsbruck. We unpack the tactics and dynamics behind
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We hear from Coryn Rivera on how the action played out at Innsbruck worlds and discuss why cycling fans are leery of Alejandro Valverde.
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The Spaniard won his first world championship over the weekend, and he’s already talking about competing at the 2020 Olympics.
Spaniard’s 15-year chase for the rainbow jersey comes to an end in confident victory, however, many will question if it is deserved
Valverde wins the sprint from the front, denying Bardet, Woods and Dumoulin in attritional race that fractured on leg-breaking final climb.
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The Spanish team fell short of its goals to place at least one rider on the podium, although it won two stages and the team prize.
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Alejandro Valverde and Nairo Quintana were second and third in the Vuelta entering Tuesday’s time trial.
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Movistar lets race slip away on stage 14 due to miscalculations on final climb. Nairo Quintana loses time in overall.
With its two key climbers only seconds out of the overall lead, Movistar is looking like the team to beat at the Vuelta.
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The Spaniard said he thinks Sky was not willing to deal with the “wear and tear” of holding onto the race lead so soon.
With what may be his final shot at a world title looming, Alejandro Valverde must decide how deep he wants to go at the Vuelta a España
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Movistar did not land either of its three GC riders onto the Tour de France podium, so it will try the same tactic at the Vuelta a Espana.
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It wasn’t a win, but it sure felt like one. There were plenty of smiles, high-fives, and hugs around the Movistar bus after riders
Although Movistar was well off the pace of BMC and Team Sky, Alejandro Valverde and Mikel Landa are still in the hunt.
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