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Riders Profile: Andrew Talansky


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14 Interviews

The journey isn’t always what you expect

Cyclingtips, Neal Rogers, 21 May 2016
Posted by: Bitossi

He’s won the Criterium du Dauphiné. He’s been second at the Tour de Romandie. He’s been national time trial champion, and finished in the top 10 of the Tour de France and Vuelta a España. And he’s still only 27 years old.



Talansky is ready to step it up a notch

Peloton Magazine, Peloton Magazine, 7 March 2015
Posted by: Bitossi

His nickname is Pitbull. He surfs. And Miami, Florida, native Andrew Talansky carries the weight of a future Grand Tour winner on his shoulders.



J'adore cette course !

Cyclism’Actu, Antoine Plouvin, 27 April 2013
Posted by: Bitossi

Pour sa première participation au Tour de Romandie, en 2011, Andrew Talansky avait décroché la 9ème place d’une épreuve remporté par Cadel Evans. L’an passé, il avait bataillé au général pour la victoire finale mais n’avait rien pu faire contre Bradley Wiggins dans le chrono’ de Crans Montana. A la veille de l’étape de montagne des Diablerets, Andrew Talansky est le plus proche des adversaires d’un autre coureur du Team Sky, Christopher Froome. Auteur d’un très bon prologue mardi dans le Val de Bagnes, le coureur de la Garmin-Sharp n’a que 6’’ de retard sur le Britannique d’origine Kenyane. Il aimerait profiter de la dynamique positive de son équipe. Mais il n’est pas sûr d’être à 100 %. Explications avec Cyclism’Actu.



PEZ Talk: Andrew Talansky

Pez Cyclingnews, Edmond Hood, 3 April 2013
Posted by: Bitossi

If there’s any doubt that Andrew Talansky is on the road to being the USA’s next Grand Tour star, he dispelled them in the recent Paris-Nice where he gained his second podium finish in one of the world’s greatest stage races – following on from an excellent second place behind Bradley Wiggins in last year’s Tour of Romandie. We caught up with Andrew just after Paris-Nice to discuss his recent performances.



PEZ Talk: Andrew Talansky

pez cyclingnews, Edmond Hood, 25 March 2013
Posted by: McK

If there’s any doubt that Andrew Talansky is on the road to being the USA’s next Grand Tour star, he dispelled them in the recent Paris-Nice where he gained his second podium finish in one of the world’s greatest stage races – following on from an excellent second place behind Bradley Wiggins in last year’s Tour of Romandie. We caught up with Andrew just after Paris-Nice to discuss his recent performances.



Head of His Class: Andrew Talansky

bicycling.com, James Startt, 18 March 2013
Posted by: Jacco

After scoring his first European stage-race win in the Tour de l’Ain in 2012—and an impressive second-place finish to Bradley Wiggins in the Tour of Romandie, plus a seventh place in the Tour of Spain—Andrew Talansky quickly joined BMC Racing’s Tejay van Garderen as one of the most promising stage racers in a new generation of American riders.



Raising the bar: Talansky racing to win en route to Tour

velonews, andrew hood, 8 February 2013
Posted by: McK

LEON, Spain (VN) — Andrew Talansky (Garmin-Sharp) debuts his 2013 season this week with a very different attitude. Going into his third pro season, the 24-year-old has raised the bar in his personal ambitions. No longer content simply to race at the elite level, he wants to win.



Talansky on Vuelta, Wiggins and calling out Andy Jacques-Maynes

velonews, andrew hood, 10 September 2012
Posted by: McK

MADRID (VN) — Andrew Talansky (Garmin-Sharp) lets his legs do the talking, but he’s also not afraid to speak his mind. The 23-year-old is leading a new generation of American riders into the European peloton and he says things have changed within the sport, so much so that he and his peers will never have to make the hard choices that other riders were forced to make.



Garmin-Sharp’s big Vuelta hope

Velonation, Ed Hood, 23 August 2012
Posted by: McK

American talent talks about his season thus far Andrew TalanskyOne of the men holding his own during Contador’s stage three Vuelta purges was Garmin’s Andrew Talansky; the young American finished in ninth spot, just six seconds down on stage winner Alejandro Valverde (Movistar).



Part II - Why fans should believe in the new generation

velonews.com, Andrew Hood, 7 April 2011
Posted by: lucybears

Andrew Talansky has already shown great potential at the Tour Méditeranéen, Paris-Nice and Critérium International. Today Andrew talks about his early season results, where he hopes to go in his career and why fans should believe in the new generation of riders entering the peloton.



Part I - From Miami to Europe

velonews.com, Andrew Hood, 6 April 2011
Posted by: lucybears

Andrew Talansky has already been impressive through the first few months of his professional career. The 22-year-old has the full package of climbing skills and time trialing prowess, making him one of the most promising stage race prospects among a new wave of American riders entering Europe.



Andrew Talansky is in ‘the show,’ now — and he says he’s ready

velonews.com, Wil Matthews, 4 February 2011
Posted by: lucybears

Andrew Talansky begins the 2011 season with Garmin-Cervélo after a successful year with the U.S. national team and the Cal Giant amateur squad, where he performed well enough in stage races that Jonathan Vaughters was compelled to sign the U-23 rider to a three year contract.



"training is one thing and racing is another"

pezcyclingnews.com, Edmond Hood, 20 August 2010
Posted by: lucybears

US Under 23 time trial champion Andrew Talansky has signed a three-year contract with Garmin-Transitions beginning in 2011. The Florida native will be taking part in the Giro della Valle d´Aosta, the Tour de l'Avenir and the U23 Worlds time trial and road race in Melbourne.



On The Rise

pezcyclingnews.com, Jered Gruber, 26 February 2010
Posted by: lucybears

Danny Clark, Erin Hartwell - great names, but from the past. Who's fresh, on the up? How about Andrew Talansky - he spent last season with Amore & Vita and this year and has already stood on the podium at the Valley of the Sun stage race in Arizona?











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