Filippo Ganna

Filippo Ganna signs four-year contract extension with Ineos Grenadiers

World time trial champion Filippo Ganna has signed a four-year contract extension with Ineos Grenadiers that will see him stay with the British team until the end of 2027. The 26-year-old joined Ineos Grenadiers in 2019 and has developed into one of the best time triallists in the world while continuing to dominate in the pursuit events on the track with Italy. He recently made his Tour de France debut but has postponed a planned Hour Record attempt on the track until later this year or perhaps 2023.
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Filippo Ganna to take on World Hour Record in August

Having talked up an attempt at the World Hour Record in the past, Filippo Ganna is set to take on the challenge later this year, with August 23-24 set aside for his attempt. The Italian will take on the challenge at the Velodrome Suisse in Grenchen, Switzerland – the same venue that Ellen van Dijk will make her attempt on Monday, May 23 – reports La Gazzetta dello Sport.

Filippo Ganna on Milan-San Remo: Nothing is impossible

Filippo Ganna spent the long stage 2 of Tirreno-Adriatico in the leader's azzurra jersey, defending the race leader after his time trial win and then trying to lead out fellow Italian, friend and Ineos Grenadiers teammate Elia Viviani in the sprint finish to Sovicille. Yet he was also looking further...

Filippo Ganna disqualified from Tour de la Provence for illegal bike change

Filippo Ganna was disqualified on the final stage of the Tour de la Provence for an illegal bike change mid-way through the race. The Italian fell foul of UCI rules after stopping near the front of the bunch to swap his normal disc brake bike to a lighter, rim brake version before the final climb of the Tour de la Provence. Bike changes during races is allowed, but must be completed from a team car at the back of the bunch - something Ganna failed to adhere to.

Filippo Ganna 'amazed' to rival Alaphilippe in uphill sprint at Tour de la Provence

Filippo Ganna (Ineos Grenadiers) continues to amaze everyone, including himself, with uphill sprinting the latest addition to his long list of attributes. The time trial world champion had already underlined his superiority against the clock with victory in the opening prologue at the Tour de la Provence, and had demonstrated his ability in the crosswinds in helping tee up Elia Viviani’s victory from a group of 25 on the opening road stage.

Filippo Ganna powers to victory in Tour de la Provence prologue time trial

Filippo Ganna (Ineos Grenadiers) continued his 100 per cent record in time trials this year with a thunderous display in the prologue at the Tour de la Provence. The world champion built on his win in the final stage of Étoile de Bessèges last week, bettering his team-mate Ethan Hayter by 12 seconds to take the race lead.

Filippo Ganna to be given opportunities at Milan-San Remo and Paris-Roubaix this year

Filippo Ganna is to be given the freedom to explore his own chances at the Classics this year, as the Italian seeks to break out of his assumed role. The double world time trial champion wants to prove that there is more to his cycling than simply racing against the clock. He has form, showing his power on the sterrato stage of last year's Giro d'Italia, blowing the race apart.