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June 2012

Martin conservative as Wiggins rips up Dauphine TT
Dan Martin took the opportunity to conserve his energy on the time trial stage of the Criterium du Dauphine finishing over ten minutes down on Bradley Wiggins (Sky) who roared to victory on the 53.5 kilometre long course.
Whiplashed Martin shows signs of recovery
Dan Martin endured another tough day in the saddle on stage three of the Criterium du Dauphine but showed encouraging signs that he is recovering from his injuries by finishing with the main field.
Dan Martin battles through injury at the Criterium du Dauphine
Dan Martin’s continued participation in the Criterium du Dauphine is in question after the injuries he sustained in yesterday’s pile up caused him to lose almost eleven minutes on the mountainous third stage.
Heavy crash derails Martin shot at Dauphine
A heavy crash inside the final 30 kilometres of the opening road stage of the Criterium du Dauphine has put an end to Dan Martin’s hopes of challenging for the race general classification.
Wet weather hampers Martin’s Dauphine prologue
Daniel Martin was forced to contend with wet and slippery conditions during the 5.7km opening prologue time trial at the Criterium du Dauphiné.

May 2012

Bennett pipped by Bagdonas for Skerries stage win
Sam Bennett was pipped to the line by teamaate Gediminas Bagdonas in a thrilling sprint on the final stage of the An Post Rás in Skerries where Nicolas Baldo (Switzerland Atlas Jakroo) celebrated victory overall.
Bennett third in Cootehill as Hansen solos to stage win
A fine performance from Lasse Norman Hansen (Denmark Blue Water Cycling) saw him solo home to victory on stage seven of the Rás.
Conor McConvey and David McCann foiled as leader Baldo solos to Rás win
Race leader Nicolas Baldo has won the sixth stage of the An Post Rás after a dramatic finale to the mountain stage in which he had to overcome a puncture and two devastating attacks from GC contenders Conor McConvey and David McCann.
Conor McConvey (An Post Sean Kelly) has maintained his prospects of winning the An Post Rás after limiting his losses to a handful of seconds on the big mountain stage from Bundoran to Buncrana.
Ronan McLaughlin’s epic 70km solo bid falls 150m short of Rás stage win
Ronan McLaughlin’s epic efforts to land a stage win in his native Donegal were dealt the cruelest of blows on stage four of the An Post Rás when he was caught just 150 metres from the line in Bundoran after a staggering 70 kilometre lone break.

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