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Kreuziger steps up to share leadership role at Liquigas
July 02, 2010 (20:37) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com
While Giro d'Italia champion Ivan Basso, who is returning to the Tour de France, arguably will be the most popular Liquigas rider in the eyes of the general public, his teammate Roman Kreuziger could well steal his show if the young Czech holds his promises. In the absence of other riders such as Franco Pellizotti or Vincenzo Nibali, Kreuziger intends to take full advantage of this year's Tour de France to finally prove his worth as a stage race contender. On Friday, at the team's press conference, ... More...
Kreuziger disappointed to miss out on Paris-Nice podium
March 14, 2010 (21:36) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com
Roman Kreuziger was invited onto the final podium at Paris-Nice to receive the award for best young rider but the Liquigas – Doimo leader was disappointed he had lost third spot on GC prior to the start of the final stage. He was knocked off the podium by Luis Leon Sanchez (Caisse d'Epargne) who gained two seconds in a hot spot sprint, won by his team-mate Peter Sagan. “I’m really disappointed”, Kreuziger told Cyclingnews after stage 7. “I very much wanted to make the ... More...
Liquigas' Kreuziger to aim higher at the Tour de France
December 02, 2009 (16:45) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com
Liquigas' Roman Kreuziger says he wants a higher finish than the ninth place he achieved at this year's Tour de France after his team announced on Monday in Moena, Italy, that he would be one of its three captains for the 2010 Tour. The Czech rider has also confirmed that he will remain at Liquigas until the end of 2010, despite rumours of a move to Belgian team Omega Pharma-Lotto. "I am not yet ready to win the Tour, but I want to do better than this year," he said. "I know I have ... More...
Kreuziger comes up short in Įvila
September 18, 2009 (11:38) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com
Liquigas rider Roman Kreuizer tried to salvage a quiet Vuelta a España campaign on Thursday on the road to Ávila but, at the end of the mountainous 165 kilometre 18th stage, he was lacking the power needed to beat Irish rider Philip Deignan. "I'm really disappointed to end this hard day with nothing in hand," the Czech rider said after the stage. "Since this morning I thought that this day could be good to search for the victory. The route was good for my characteristics ... More...
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