Americans abroad: Podium finishes in women Fleche

Evelyn Stevens (left) and Megan Guarnier (right) finished on the podium in the women’s Flèche Wallonne. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com

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Evelyn Stevens and Megan Guarnier both Boels -. Dolmans, second and third in the Fleche Wallonne Feminine Wednesday.

The American duo in the top flight was towards the final climb of the Mur de Huy to come, the day of the finishing climb, as Stevens and Anna van der Breggen leads away from everything. Stevens fought with van der Breggen the Wall, but Rabobank -. Liv pilot was the

8 seconds behind strong Stevens crossed while Guarnier 22 ticks behind van der Breggen was completed the podium. have had success in the Arrow in the last two Americans. Stevens won the race in 2012, and took the last Guarnier third year

Ian Boswell (Sky)

Boswell was the race Giro del Trentino a week in Italy. He drove ready to support the winner Mikel Landa and 22 themselves. His efforts helped Sky up second in step 1 TTT.

Holly Breck (Team USA)

Breck led Dwars door de Westhoek Sunday and came in 84 ..

Nathan Brown (Cannondale)

Brown drove his second career Ardennes classics Wednesday at the Fleche Wallonne. He finished 77th, 3:30 behind winner Alejandro Valverde of Movistar. He also is part of a large contingent of Americans Liège-Bastogne-Liège race, where he finished 121st.

Chris Butler (Cycling Academy)

Butler ran the Tour Croatia six days last week. He did not finish the race, to resign after the trial stage 5 per team. His team was 14th in the TTT.

Lawson Craddock (Cannondale)

Craddock led the last race two Ardennes in Belgium. In Arrow, he was back at 7:08 after helping his teammate Michael Woods climb to 12th place 121 .. In Craddock Liège-Bastogne-Liège, Craddock came on line in the 37 ..

Kristoffer Abel Doebel-Hickok (Cylance)

Doebel-Hickok in Belgium went to the Women’s Flèche Wallonne on Wednesday. It was the 54th on the finish line 4:29 behind van der Breggen

Caleb Fairly (Giant – Alpecin).

was pretty in Belgium for the Flèche Wallonne, but not too much, 196- kilometer race

Chad Haga (Giant – Alpecin).

Run Haga at the Flèche Wallonne, the fourth race of the year after her training accident in January. He came in the 103 ..

Sara Headley (Ambition podium)

Headley Dwars door market Westhoek Sunday with his trade team, no USA team. She came in 19th, 3:05 behind winner Christine Majerus of Boels – Dolmans

Alex Howes (Cannondale)

Howes for Cannondale is mounted in Arrow, 82. Finishing a together. 3: 30 back. A Liège-Bastogne-Liège, Howes top American finisher was found with a 21th spot.

Ben King (Cannondale)

King ascended the Cannondale team races in the Ardennes. In Flèche he finished 8:02 behind Valverde 123rd, but recorded a DNF in Liege.

Gavin Mannion (Drapac)

Mannion ran the Giro del Trentino in Italy this week. He finished the race 37th four-day overall, 2:37 p.m. Landa behind.

Amber Neben (Bepink)

Flèche Wallonne proved to be a difficult race for the 41-year-old ASSOCIATED, as it was to end up in a position

Kiel Reijnen (Trek – Segafredo). went twice

Reijnen in Belgium this week. On Wednesday, he led the Flèche Wallonne and Sunday he drove Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Wednesday, he completed 163 after the race in a breakaway go earlier. It was in Liège, 2:44 p.m. behind winner Wout Poels Sky.

Laurel Rathbun (Team USA)

151

Rathbun also went Sunday at Dwars and came 64th overall.

Alexis Ryan (Canyon – SRAM)

La Flèche Wallonne Féminine was one of the best results of the season Ryan. She came across the line in 32nd place as the four Americans. Ryan then was Omloop van Borsele Saturday and ended Sunday .. 30 Dwars door de Westhoek was his third race of the week, and she placed eighth

Carmen Small (Cervelo – Bigla).

Small was the third American across the line of Fleche, only 12 to 53 seconds behind van der Breggen

Peter Stetina – finished (Trek Segafredo).

Stetina was the top-ranked American in the Flèche Wallonne with a spot showing 35th, 40 seconds behind Valverde. Liège was a much more difficult race for him when he finished 85th

Gretchen Stumhofer (Cola Vita – Bianchi) ..

Stumhofer has Dwars Sunday and came in the 58th

Alison Tetrick (Cylance)

Tetrick Flèche Wallonne finished in 71st place, 5:06 back.

Team USA

Holly Breck, Aliya Traficante Madeleine Boutet and Laurel Larsen went on Saturday Omloop van Borsele. Breck was the first to cross the line in 95th, followed by Boutet (97th) and Larsen (114th). Traficante not at the end

Alexey Vermeulen. (LottoNL – Jumbo)

Vermeulen LottoNL American in the bunch Arrow was. He finished 131st, 8:02 back. He has not finished Liège on Sunday.

Larry Warbasse (IAM Cycling)

Warblers Aces ran Flèche Wallonne and Liège-Bastogne-Liège. It was Wednesday and Sunday 95th 116.

Tayler Wiles (Orica – AIS).

Wiles had one of its best overall results in this season at the Flèche Wallonne, finishing 34th – 02:15 behind van der Breggen. On Sunday, she and Dwars came in the 25

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