Tinkoff Saxo Pro Cycling Team
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Up and down in Liège-Bastogne-Liège

Join us for on view on sunday’s monumental Ardennes Classic that sent the riders on a route going up and down for 262,9 kilometers.

Tinkoff-Saxo started the day with high expectations and just as high hopes. Roman Kreuziger had shown great shape during the week and the training leading up to Liège-Bastogne-Liège. After a strong ride by the team and the team captain himself, Roman Kreuziger crossed the finish line in Ans, Liège in 7th position. Kreuziger was on many of the important climbs during the final in front trying to create a battle of attrition. But the front groups in the 100th edition of the race came together in the absolute final part of the race, which meant that the durable Czech had to sprint against riders like Gerrans and Valverde.

Read the race report

See the photos from inside the bus

Photos by Jakob Kristian Sørensen

4 Responses to Up and down in Liège-Bastogne-Liège

  1. Jelantik says:

    Great intimate pics! Love the pic of Bjarne and Roman. I have to say that I’m no fan of sky. But I admit that I love visiting their website just to see their photo gallery. They did great show casing their rider through their photography (not to mention gorgeous angle and subject) . I started to become a great fan of their photographer and has been enjoying their beautiful pictures. So when I start seeing Tinkoff Saxo also did the same with your photography,.. OY! I was so happy. Now, I can enjoy my favorite team through your beautiful and intimate pictures. Keep on coming guys :-)

  2. Ana Luzia says:

    “I admit that I love visiting their website Sky just to see their photo gallery.” -Jelantik
    É um dos sites que visito para ver fotos depois de uma corrida. Encontrei um foto do Contador com Rigs, perfeita intimidade, no final do Pais Basco.

  3. Signe Høyer Jørgensen says:

    Once again awesome photos 1000 thanks for that. The photo off Bjarne and Roman is great. Very well done yesterday. The very best team ever.

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