16 teams head for Porto-Vecchio

Thursday, January 22nd

Sixteen cycling teams have been selected to take part to the 84th edition of the Critérium International which will take place in Porto-Vecchio on March 28th and 29th : Read more

Critérium International to stay
in Porto-Vecchio in...

Thursday, September 18th

Christian Prudhomme travelled to Porto-Vecchio this morning to meet with mayor Georges Mela and renew the vows between the Critérium International and the Corsican town for the next two editions... Read more

Péraud Confirms AG2R's Winning
Series

Monday, March 31st

The fantastic winning series of team AG2R - La Mondiale continues. After Carlos Betancur's success on Paris-Nice, Jean-Christophe Peraud conquered overall victory on the 83rd edition of the... Read more

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news21.03.2014First moment of truth for Nibali

The 83rd edition of the Critérium International will also be the 5th organised in Southern Corsica. The route and an initial list of riders enrolled were presented this morning in Porto-Vecchio. For his first participation in this three-stage race, Vincenzo Nibali will have to tame the characteristics of this event to fulfil his role of favourite.

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news13.02.201415 Teams Head For Porto-Vecchio

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Fifteen cycling teams have been selected to take part to the 83th edition of the Critérium International which will take place in Porto-Vecchio on March 29th and 30th :

Colombia
Colombia

Germany
Team NetApp – Endura

France
AG2R La Mondiale
Bigmat - Auber 93
Bretagne – Séché Environnement
Cofidis, Solutions Crédits
FDJ.fr
Team Europcar
Team La Pomme...

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news13.02.2014Fifth Time For Porto-Vecchio

On 29 and 30 March 2014, the world cycling elite is set to gather in Corsica once more. For the fifth consecutive year, Porto-Vecchio will play host to the three stages of the Critérium International.

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news12.02.2014Froome, Sky high

The final climb up to the Col de l'Ospedale promised an exciting battle between the favourites of the Criterium International, including the strong men of team Sky expected to play the leading roles. Between Richie Porte, winner of yesterday's time-trial and Chris Froome, announced as the team leader, it was finally the Brit who managed to pull away in the last five kilometres, claiming his first success on the event. Seventeen years after Chris Boardman, another rider from Great Britain...

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Classifications after the stage 3

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