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Riders Profile: Nathan Haas


Interviews (9)
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9 Interviews

Amstel Gold is my ‘Holy Grail’ event

CyclingTips, Shane Stokes, 13 April 2018
Posted by: Bitossi

It’s six and a half kilometres to go in the 2017 Amstel Gold Race, and Philippe Gilbert is about to play his hand. He is part of a select group of riders still in contention, and signals the end of their cooperation by moving to the front on the Bemelerberg climb and upping the pace.



Ready for his debut with Katusha-Alpecin

Ride, Rob Arnold, 3 January 2018
Posted by: Bitossi

With his first race in the Katusha-Alpecin colours due on 4 January 2018, we speak with Nathan Haas and find out how he’s adjusting to the team change, what he expects from his first TT on a new Canyon bike, what he thinks about SRAM red… and a few other topics.



I’m a cyclist for the love of racing more than anything

Ride, Rob Arnold, 8 August 2017
Posted by: Bitossi

The news came through on Monday evening in a press release from a team that has a strong link with Russia even if it’s now registered in Switzerland. Katusha-Alpecin was excited to announce the signing of Nathan Haas. The 28-year-old has a contract for two years starting in January 2018.



Nathan Haas on nerve damage, backing Cavendish and tussling with Sagan

Cyclingtips, Shane Stokes, 7 November 2016
Posted by: Bitossi

The intensity of cycling is such that the body and mind take a battering at numerous points of the season. But for Nathan Haas, the Australian rider competing with Team Dimension Data, there was one moment this year that brought home just how far he had pushed, and hurt, his body.



Attack the Pack – a cycling card game

Ride, Rob Arnold, 3 May 2016
Posted by: Bitossi

There’s a game you can play when you’ve got 20 minutes to spare. It doesn’t involve a screen. It’s not an app. It involves numbers and there are formulas that have been conceived after years of consultation with gaming specialists. And it’s about cycling. Sort of.



“have fun” – the Haas approach

Ride, Rob Arnold, 19 July 2015
Posted by: Bitossi

The Tour de France is big and beautiful and the race represents the pinnacle of competitive cycling. But, it’s still just a sporting event. It’s dressed up and presented to the world in a way that makes it seem larger than life but at the heart of it all is still something simple – sport. And one rider in the peloton believes that fun should be part of the game…



Aims for Tour Down Under podium

The Sydney Morning Herald, David Polkinghorne, 19 January 2015
Posted by: Bitossi

Canberra cyclist Nathan Haas has the Tour Down Under podium in his sights and would love to have Aussie legend Cadel Evans up there with him.



Nathan Haas: “Something we try to do is really to stamp our name on a race.”

Velonation, Ben Atkins, 2 March 2013
Posted by: Jacco

Nathan Haas (Garmin-Sharp) finished the 2013 Tour de Langkawi in sixth position - a considerable improvement on his 46th from the previous year - just 2’43” behind race winner Julian Arredondo (Nippo-De Rosa). The 23-year-old Australian was fighting to the last to improve that position, however, since he was just seconds behind best Asian rider Wang Meiyin in fifth, and spent the final few stages fighting for the time bonuses that might lift him over the Chinese rider.



Garmin-Barracuda neo-pro ready for year one

Velonation, Shane Stokes, 14 January 2012
Posted by: McK

From roadside to peloton: it's quite a change. Having attended the event twelve months ago as a spectator, Nathan Haas has realised an early career goal and will now actually be part of the first WorldTour race of the 2012 season. The new Garmin-Barracuda signing will tomorrow line out in the Down Under Classic, then on Tuesday will begin the Santos Tour Down Under itself.











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