Tagged: Edvald Boasson Hagen

Boasson Hagen trains for Tour de France

Leading up to the biggest race of the year, the Norwegian cyclist shows promising form Jo Christian Weldingh Oslo, Norway Tour de France, the biggest cycling event of the year, is just about to...

Big Syttende Mai for Boasson Hagen

On his birthday and Norway’s national day, the cyclist kicked off a victorious Tour of Norway race Molly Jones The Norwegian American The opening stage of the Tour of Norway—the annual road bicycle race...

Bad feelings between Norway’s top cyclists

Boasson Hagen and Kristoff place sixth and seventh in Doha following a frustrating finish Molly Jones The Norwegian American Tensions are high between Norway’s top two cyclists after a rocky end to the men’s...

Boasson Hagen in red, white & blue

Cyclist Edvald Boasson Hagen makes history, earning the Norwegian champion jersey Molly Jones Norwegian American Weekly It’s comeback time for Edvald Boasson Hagen: the 28-year-old Norwegian cyclist has returned to the top, following a...

VM Press Conference held in Copenhagen on Friday

Tactics, particularly what will happen in a mass sprint, was the hottest topic at Friday’s press meeting with the Norwegian World Cup team. The contrast to previous championships was tremendous at the press conference....

Tour de France Wednesday results

Boasson Hagen wins 17th stage Wednesday, in Gap, France 17th stage: 111.2 miles in the Alps from Gap to Pinerolo, Italy, with five climbs, including a Categorie 1 climb to the ski resort of...

Boasson Hagen aims for gold

Cyclist hopes for World Cup gold “If all goes well, I can probably fight to the very top,” said Edvald Boasson Hagen to NRK as he prepared to fly to Australia for the World...

Tour de France: Another 3rd place for Hagen

Norwegian biker Edvald Boasson Hagen (Sky Team) captured third place also on stage five of the Tour the France on Thursday. Britain’s Mark Cavendish won the stage. Germany’s Geald Ciolek came second. Norway’s Thor...

Cycling: Edvald Boasson Hagen wins again

Team Columbia-HTC again dominated the racing at the Tour of Britain on Thursday, with Edvald Boasson Hagen winning his fourth consecutive stage in Bideford, writes the American team on its website. The longest stage...