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Tour of the Reservoir Two Day - 14/04/14

Graham Briggs and Tom Moses were the standout riders for Rapha Condor JLT in the first round of the British Cycling Elite Series, the Tour of the Reservoir, on the weekend.

The in-form Rapha Condor JLT duo helped force the decisive nine-man split that decided the overall race, when Briggs had powered ahead of a wind-ravaged peloton at the summit of the first climb of the day, on stage one.

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Handley Second on Mzansi Tour stage one - 09/04/14

Richard Handley took a strong second place at the end of a tough first stage for Rapha Condor JLT at the Mzansi Tour today.

Following the team’s win in the prologue team time trial yesterday, the Men in Black were seemingly well poised to defend Kristian House’s yellow jersey on the hilly 140km first stage.

However a number of early crashes and some aggressive riding by MTN-Qhubeka saw the race split asunder and six riders, including Handley, build up a four-minute lead by the 90km mark.

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House in Yellow as men in black storm to TTT win in South Africa - 09/04/14

Former Tour of South Africa winner Kristian House leads the Mzansi Tour in South Africa, after a brilliant performance by Rapha Condor-JLT saw them take victory in prologue team time trial in Emmarentia Park, near Johannesburg.

The six-man Rapha Condor JLT squad comprising of House, Mike Cuming, Richard Handley, Hugh Carthy, Elliott Porter and Luke Grivell-Mellor, completed the 5km course 4” faster than nearest rivals, the South African MTN-Qhubeka team.

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Tour of Normandy: Windswept Final Stage Shakes Up The Overall - 31/03/14

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The Tour of Normandy concluded on Sunday, with Rapha Condor JLT’s Tom Moses slipping down to a final 18th place on the overall classification, following a windswept stage along the Normandy coastline.

Moses, who led the race for three days following his brilliant solo win on stage one, was caught out along with a number of well placed riders – including the race leader – when the race was blown apart on crosswinds on in the first ten kilometres of the final stage.

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Briggs Takes Third in the OCBC Criterium - 31/03/14

Briggs, seen here in the Eddie Soens handicap, scored another podium place for Rapha Condor JLT

Graham Briggs scored an impressive podium place for Rapha Condor JLT at the OCBC Criterium in Singapore, on Friday night.

At the end of an intense ninety minutes of racing, Briggs had been ready to lead out teammate Ed Clancy for the win, but when Clancy found himself boxed-in after the final bend Briggs was left alone to try to salvage a result for the Men in Black.

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Tour of Normandy stage 3: Moses loses time, but keeps yellow - 28/03/14

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Tom Moses lead in the Tour of Normandy was cut to just three seconds yesterday, following a scrappy finale which saw the peloton break up following a late crash, and Moses lose precious seconds to his closest rival.

The drama at the finish came at the end of another tough day for the Men in Black, who had been in control of the race for the duration of the stage, having let another small three-man move slip away in the first few kilometres.

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