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Groupama-FDJ confirm 28 riders for 2019

Groupama-FDJ have confirmed their line-up for the 2019 season, with 28 riders on their roster. The number is the same as this year, with only a few small changes to the squad.  The French team have been quiet since the transfer window opened, choosing to solidify what they already had through a series of contract extensions. Many of those were for at least two seasons, so we’re unlikely to see many changes next winter either. Departing the team at the end of the season are Jeremy Roy, who is r...


WADA approves governance reforms

After two months of increasing demands for reform, the World Anti-Doping Agency announced today wide-ranging reforms to its governance structure, including requirements for independence in the president and vice president positions that will be implemented before the 2019 election, and the addition of athlete representation on all committees. The changes, which were approved by the Foundation Board during its meeting in Baku, Azerbaijan, meet some of the requests laid out in The Alternative - a...


Peter Sagan headlines Shanghai Criterium

Former world champion Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) will be without his brother Juraj in the ASOs Shanghai Criterium this weekend. Juraj Sagan was one of three late withdrawals after breaking his foot in training.  Rick Zabel (Katusha-Alpecin) was unable to travel to China after breaking his collarbone in a training crash, while Tanel Kangert (Astana) injured his arm. The ASO event will still have a star-studded field, with Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) as headliner, although ...


UCI give Van Aert permission to look for new team

Wout van Aert has received clearance from the UCI to sign for a new road team, according to Belgian news agency Belga. Van Aerts lawyer Walter Van Steenbrugge told Belga on Thursday lunchtime that the UCI had given the green light for Van Aert to negotiate a deal with a new team after terminating his contract with Verandas Willems-Crelan in September. The decision from the governing body paves the way for the cyclo-cross world champion, who enjoyed a highly impressive debut Classics campaign t...


Cardoso handed four-year ban for EPO

André Cardoso has been handed a four-year ban EPO, more than 16 months after testing positive for the banned blood-booster. The Portuguese rider, then under contract with Trek-Segafredo, returned the positive test in an out-of-competition control on June 18, 2017, 12 days before the start of the 2017 Tour de France. After requesting analysis of his B-sample, the case dragged on, with little light shed on proceedings. On Wednesday, the UCI issued a statement announcing that they had reached a d...


Drops to make decision on team future next week

Trek-Drops co-owner Bob Varney says that he and his son Tom will make a decision on the future of the team next week. The womens team were left in the lurch almost three weeks ago after a potential sponsor for next season dropped out at the 11th hour. They launched a crowdfunding campaign in the immediate aftermath of the news and have continued to speak with potential backers but, with the new season rapidly approaching, they need to make a call.ADVERTISEMENT We’ve got the crowdfunding finis...


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