Gregor Brown

Gregor Brown

Gregor Brown follows the action throughout Europe and the world to bring our readers the latest news. He has covered the Giro, the Tour and every major race since 2006. The races first captured his attention when he was growing up in the USA and watching CBS television’s weekend highlights of the Tour de France. He followed his heart and in 2004, established base on the shores of Lake Como in Italy.

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Mollema joins Trek as Belkin lose another star rider

Bauke Mollema will join team Trek Factory Racing in 2015 after the last seven years with Rabobank/Belkin. Trek announced its signing on Tuesday morning, welcoming the Dutchman who finished 10th…

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Rohan Dennis switches from Garmin to BMC mid-season

Rohan Dennis, thanks to a rare mid-season transfer from team Garmin-Sharp, joined BMC Racing today. “Rather than prolong the inevitable, we came up with a rare transfer solution that works…

Marco Pantani, Giro d'Italia 1999

Marco Pantani – The highs and lows

A renewed investigation into Marco Pantani’s death is stirring up one of the most roller coaster careers cycling has ever seen. Cycling Weekly looks at the highs and lows of…

Marco Pantani, Giro d'Italia 1999

Was Pantani murdered? Italian prosecutor reopens case

1998 Tour de France winner Marco Pantani was beaten, forced to drink cocaine and murdered, according to his family’s lawyer. The public prosecutor of Rimini, after receiving the family’s request…

Lars Boom wins Stage 5 of the 2014 Tour de France

Astana sign Lars Boom for 2015

Astana boost their team for 2015 by signing Lars Boom, Luis León Sánchez, Davide Malacarne and Diego Rosa

Nairo Quintana on stage nineteen of the 2014 Giro d'Italia

Giro d’Italia 2015 to start in Liguria

The 2015 Giro d’Italia will start in Liguria, north-west Italy, and with an 18-kilometre team time trial, organiser RCS Sport announced at its headquarters today in Milan. Next years edition,…