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Sarah Gigante on her recovery from three broken bones

Hey everyone! A lot has happened since my Tour of Flanders blog, so we figured it was time for a little update on my new life in Europe. You might recall from the blog that I was really disappointed about Flanders, but that feeling didn’t last too long before it was replaced by excitement for the coming Ardennes. With Flèche Wallone and Liège-Bastogne-Liège being so hilly, that week of Ardennes racing was meant to be even better than the epic cobbled classics that preceded them … but unfortunately, that week ended up with me wishing for a repeat of Flanders 10 times over instead!
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Sarah Gigante wins her second Aussie time trial title

BALLARAT, Australia (CT) – Sarah Gigante (Tibco-SVB) has taken her second consecutive Australian time trial title in another impressive ride around Ballarat’s Federation University. The 20-year-old blazed around the 28.6 km course in a time of 40:41 (42.2 km/h average), stopping the clock 17 seconds faster than silver medalist Grace...
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Sarah Gigante, Luke Plapp take Santos Festival of Cycling stage 2

Sarah Gigante and Luke Plapp took the honors on the hilly second stage of the Santos Festival of Cycling on Friday. Gigante punched clear midway through the race and stayed away for 40 kilometers to take the stage and the GC lead. The 20-year-old is a member of the U.S.-based Tibco-SVB squad but riding as part of the composite Garmin-Australia team for this week’s domestic event in Adelaide.