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Deignan second on second mountain stage at Giro di Sardegna
Philip Deignan had another good day on stage three of the Giro di Sardegna finishing in the front group of thirty riders as Peter Sagan recorded his second stage win to reclaim the race lead.
Philip Deignan in attacking form at Giro di Sardegna
Philip Deignan had a go at winning the queen stage of the Giro di Sardegna with a late attack on the finishing climb of Monte Ortobene only to be caught inside the closing four kilometres by a group containing stage winner Damiano Cune
Philip Deignan in attacking form at Giro di Sardegna
Philip Deignan had a go at winning the queen stage of the Giro di Sardegna with a late attack on the finishing climb of Monte Ortobene only to be caught inside the closing four kilometres by a group containing stage winner Damiano Cune
Philip Deignan (Team Radioshack) 35th on stage 1 of Giro di Sardegna
Philip Deignan came through the first stage of the Giro di Sardegna without any difficulty as Slovakian talent Peter Sagan stormed clear of the bunch sprint to claim his first win of the season.
Philip Deigan selected on Radioshack team for Giro di Sagedna
Philip Deignan will get to test his early season form as well as his climbing legs this week as Team Radioshack aims to go one better than last year by winning the five-day Giro di Sagedna.
Mark McNally part of the break on stage four of the Tour of Oman
Rabobank’s Robert Gesink claimed an impressive victory on the finishing climb of stage four of the Tour of Oman to take control of the race as the An Post Sean Kelly team’s hopes of breaking into the top ten in the GC came up short.
Mark Cassidy (An Post Sean Kelly) Tour of Oman
Mark Cassidy moved up one place to 13th in the GC of the Tour of Oman after stage three came down to a bunch sprint which saw former race leader Theo Bos bounce back for a second stage win.
Ireland's Mark Cassidy leads the break on stage 2 of the Tour of Oman
Mark Cassidy climbed to 14th in the GC after stage two of the Tour of Oman having instigated an early break which was swept up by a group of seventy riders from which Matthew Goss sprinted to a stage win and the race lead.
Mark McNally (An Post Sean Kelly Team) in the break in the Tour of Oman
The An Post Sean Kelly team enjoyed a postive start to the Tour of Oman with Mark McNally escaping in a three-man break before placing well on the stage won by Dutch sprinter Theo Bos.
An Post Sean Kelly team end Tour of Qatar on high note
The An Post Sean Kelly team ended the Tour of Qatar on a high note with Gediminas Bagdonas going clear in a two-man break which was unlucky not to hold off the sprinters as Andrea Guardini took the stage and Mark Renshaw celebrated victory overall.
Sam Bennett (An Post Sean Kelly Team) in action at the Tour of Qatar
Matt Brammeier produced a solid performance on stage four of the Tour of Qatar having made the split which seen his HTC-Highroad teammate Mark Renshaw sprint his way to the stage win and race leader’s jersey.
Gediminas Bagdonas leads the echelon at the Tour of Qatar
Gusting cross winds wreaked havoc on the third stage of the Tour of Qatar which seen Heinrich Haussler win a second consecutive stage to take the race lead as much of the An Post Sean Kelly team conceded 32’50”.
Niko Eeckhout (An Post Sean Kelly) in the break at the Tour of Qatar
The An Post Sean Kelly team made its presence felt on stage two of the Tour of Qatar with Niko Eeckhout out front as part of a day-long breakaway group before the Garmin Cervelo Team delivered Heinrich Haussler to victory
Mark Cassidy (An Post Sean Kelly) in action at the Tour of Qatar
Tom Boonen is the new leader of the Tour of Qatar having seized the opening road stage from an eighteen-man break which got away without any Irish riders on board.
Matt Brammeier powers his way to 10th place in the Tour of Qatar prologue
Matt Brammeier got his season off to a flying start at the Tour of Qatar when he placed 10th over the two kilometre prologue course in the Doha Cultural Village behind Dutchman Lars Boom.
Team Radioshack rider Philip Deignan aims high at Giro d'Italia
Team Radioshack’s Philip Deignan is to be given a free hand to ride for stage wins and the overall GC at the Giro d’Italia having decided not to include the Tour de France in his 2011 race programme.

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