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Fabian Cancellara

Fabian Cancellara - Cycling

Country : Switzerland 
Date of birth  : 18/03/1981 
Location : Wohlen 
Height : 1.86 m 
Weight : 82 kg 

 

Teams from Fabian Cancellara

2006- Team CSC
2003-2005 Fassa Bortolo
2001-2002 Mapei-Quick Step

 

Honours from Fabian Cancellara

2005 1st Swiss National Time-Trial Championship, 2nd Tour of Luxembourg
2004 1st Prologue Tour de France, 4th Paris-Roubaix
2002 1st Eddy Merckx GP

Fabian Cancellara on Eurosport

Wiggins set to ride Vuelta and Commonwealth Games

Wiggins set to ride Vuelta and Commonwealth Games - 25/02/2014 - Cycling

Bradley Wiggins has admitted he wants to ride in both the Vuelta a Espana and the Commonwealth Games this year.

Greipel back in lead with win on stage three

Greipel back in lead with win on stage three - 21/02/2014 - Cycling

Andre Greipel took his second stage victory of the race as he claimed stage three of the Tour of Oman.

Phinney storms to win in Dubai TT opener

Phinney storms to win in Dubai TT opener - 05/02/2014 - Cycling

Taylor Phinney stormed to victory in the opening day time trial at the Dubai Tour.

Cycling review of the year 2013: Part One

Cycling review of the year 2013: Part One - 30/12/2013 - Cycling - Tour de France

As 2013 draws to a close, our cycling blogger takes a look back at all the main stories from the past 12 months.

Costa edges Rodriguez in road race

Costa edges Rodriguez in road race - 29/09/2013 - Cycling - World Championships

Portuguese Rui Costa kept his composure in a tense finale to upset the favourites and win the world championships road race.

Cancellara the danger man in world road race

Cancellara the danger man in world road race - 28/09/2013 - Cycling

Fabian Cancellara will start a one-day race with a big target on his back in Sunday's elite race at the world championships.

The velosophy of the World Championships road race

The velosophy of the World Championships road race - 26/09/2013 - Cycling

Our cycling scribe casts his eye over the runners and riders for Sunday's World Championship road race.

Martin defends title, Wiggins second

Martin defends title, Wiggins second - 26/09/2013 - Cycling - World Championships

Tony Martin defended his world title in stunning fashion as he powered around the course to comfortably beat Bradley Wiggins.

Wiggins happy with journey back from the depths

Wiggins happy with journey back from the depths - 25/09/2013 - Cycling

Even for a four-times Olympic champion, finishing second can sometimes be enough.

Mollema claims stage 17 win, Nibali retains overall lead

Mollema claims stage 17 win, Nibali retains overall lead - 11/09/2013 - Cycling - Vuelta a España

Bauke Mollema took the first Grand Tour stage victory of his career as Vincenzo Nibali stayed atop of the GC.

 
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