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Van Vleuten to return to racing at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and Strade Bianche

Annemiek van Vleuten (MIthcelton-Scott) has recovered from a debilitating knee injury sustained in a crash at the World Championships last year and will return to racing at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad on March 3 in Belgium followed by the Womens WorldTour kick off at Strade Bianche on March 9 in Italy. I will race Omloop Het Neiuwsblad and Strade Bianche, Van Vleuten told Cyclingnews from her training camp in Tenerife. I will be doing them in a domestique role and support my team. I think its good to...


Kristoff: Gaviria is faster so I'll work for him

Towards the end of last season, when Fernando Gaviria was announced as a UAE Team Emirates rider, Alexander Kristoff came out and said he hoped his paymasters didnt see him as simply as a lead-out man for the Colombian, otherwise hed be a rather expensive support rider. With the new season underway, and with a customary win at the Tour of Oman in the bag, Kristoff appears resigned to working for Gaviria in bunch sprints, but has staked his own quiet claim to leadership in the spring classics. K...


Terpstra: So far I'm satisfied at Direct Energie

Niki Terpstra made something of a leap of faith in leaving QuickStep, the most victorious team in the WorldTour, and joining Direct Energie, but he insisted he is perfectly satisfied with the way things are turning out at the second-division French team. Terpstra enjoyed his best classics campaign to date in 2018, winning Le Samyn, E3-Harelbeke, and the Tour of Flanders, as well as finishing on the podium at Paris-Roubaix. Consequently, his market value shot up and Direct Energie, with money to...


EF Education First loses Tour Colombia jersey but keep hope alive

Astanas Miguel Angel Lopez was the main protagonist of stage 4 at the Tour Colombia 2.1 on Friday, jumping into a breakaway on the first lap of a six-lap circuit race in Medellin and gobbling up eight seconds worth of time bonuses on his general classification rivals. But it was the successful late attack of stage 4 winner Bob Jungels (Deceuninck-QuickStep) that upended the applecart, with the time bonuses for the winner and his third-placed teammate Julian Alaphilippe pushing the pair into fir...


Astana takes 1,2,3 in Vuelta Murcia opening stage

Astana hogged the top three spots on stage 1 of the Vuelta Ciclista a la Región de Murcia with Pello Bibao taking the honours after a late attack, and teammates Omar Fraile and Luis Leon Sanchez completing the set. World champion, Alejandro Valverde (Movistar), finished fourth in the bunch sprint to the line, while Bilbao leads the race with one stage to go. The day belonged to Astana, who caught the early break, set a furious pace on the final incline and then launched attacks, first through L...


Broken elbow for Geschke from Vuelta Murcia crash

Simon Geschkes start to the season was disrupted when he was involved in a crash during the final kilometres of the Vuelta Ciclista a la Región de Murcia stage 1 and suffered a broken right elbow, CCC Team doctor, Dr. Dario Spinelli confirmed in a press release. Simon crashed not far from the finish of todays stage in Spain and he was able to get back on his bike and cross the line. However, he was experiencing a lot of pain in his right arm so, he was immediately taken to hospital for observat...


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