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Gilbert makes winning return at GP d'Isbergues

Quick-Step Floors Philippe Gilbert got back to winning ways at the Grand Prix dIsbergues in France on Sunday, just two months after fracturing his kneecap in a crash at the Tour de France. Gilbert crashed on the descent of the infamous Col de Portet dAspet on stage 16 of the Tour, hitting a stone wall and plunging down the bank the other side. Although he remounted and finished the stage, Gilberts knee had swollen considerably, and hospital examinations revealed the fracture, meaning that his ...


Nick Schultz replaces sick Richie Porte on Australian Worlds team

Cycling Australia have announced Nick Schultz as the replacement for Richie Porte for the World Championship road race. Porte ruled himself out of next Sundays event in Innsbruck, Austria, with sickness, but Schultzs selection means that there is no place for the already-overlooked Michael Matthews. Schultz, 24, has spent the last two seasons with the Spanish Pro Continental team Caja Rural-Seguros RGA, but has recently signed a two year-contract with Mitchelton-Scott, starting next season.ADV...


Riders lament loss of trade-team TTT at future World Championships

Quick-Step Floors and Canyon-SRAM secured victories in the elite men’s and women’s trade team time trial at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck on Sunday. They were feats that marked the end of the discipline, as the sport’s governing body moves replace it with a team time trial for national teams next year. The team time trial was introduced as a World Championship event for the men in 1962 and the women in 1987, but at the time th even consisted of four riders representing thei...


BMC Racing sign off with a fifth and final podium place in team time trial

The BMC Racing team finished on the podium of the UCI Road World Championships team time trial championships for a fifth consecutive time but were unable to sign off with a final victory before the team becomes CCC in 2019 and many of its big-name riders move elsewhere. The BMC Racing riders won the world title in 2014 and 2015 and so were logically disappointed to finish third, 19 seconds slower than winners Quick-Step Floors and silver medalists Team Sunweb, who were a second faster. Patrick...


Team Sky crash out of the medals in Worlds TTT

Misfortune struck Team Sky in the team time trial at the UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck on Sunday after Ian Stannard crashed in the opening kilometre. The team ended up finishing fourth place, just outside of the medals, and 44 seconds behind winners Quick-Step Floors. “The crash affected our chances of winning today,” Gianni Moscon told Cyclingnews at the finish line. “I don’t know if we would have won, but for sure we would have been on the podium without the crash.” The elite men...


Dumoulin turns attention to individual time trial defense after Worlds TTT loss

Tom Dumoulin spent only a short time expressing his disappointment after Team Sunweb lost the team time trial at the UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck on Sunday, before he quickly turned his attention to the upcoming individual time trial on Wednesday. “It feels like a slight disappointment after winning gold last year but we did a really good team time trial, and we can be very proud of ourselves,” Dumoulin told the press in the mixed zone area following the podium ceremony. “Of cours...


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Gilbert makes winning return at GP d'Isbergues

Quick-Step Floors Philippe Gilbert got back to winning ways at the Grand Prix dIsbergues in France on Sunday, just two months after fracturing his kneecap in a crash at the Tour de France. Gilbert crashed on the descent of the infamous Col de Portet dAspet on stage 16 of the Tour, hitting a stone wall and plunging down the bank the other side. Although he remounted and finished the stage, Gilberts knee had swollen considerably, and hospital examinations revealed the fracture, meaning that his ...


Nick Schultz replaces sick Richie Porte on Australian Worlds team

Cycling Australia have announced Nick Schultz as the replacement for Richie Porte for the World Championship road race. Porte ruled himself out of next Sundays event in Innsbruck, Austria, with sickness, but Schultzs selection means that there is no place for the already-overlooked Michael Matthews. Schultz, 24, has spent the last two seasons with the Spanish Pro Continental team Caja Rural-Seguros RGA, but has recently signed a two year-contract with Mitchelton-Scott, starting next season.ADV...


Riders lament loss of trade-team TTT at future World Championships

Quick-Step Floors and Canyon-SRAM secured victories in the elite men’s and women’s trade team time trial at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck on Sunday. They were feats that marked the end of the discipline, as the sport’s governing body moves replace it with a team time trial for national teams next year. The team time trial was introduced as a World Championship event for the men in 1962 and the women in 1987, but at the time th even consisted of four riders representing thei...


BMC Racing sign off with a fifth and final podium place in team time trial

The BMC Racing team finished on the podium of the UCI Road World Championships team time trial championships for a fifth consecutive time but were unable to sign off with a final victory before the team becomes CCC in 2019 and many of its big-name riders move elsewhere. The BMC Racing riders won the world title in 2014 and 2015 and so were logically disappointed to finish third, 19 seconds slower than winners Quick-Step Floors and silver medalists Team Sunweb, who were a second faster. Patrick...


Team Sky crash out of the medals in Worlds TTT

Misfortune struck Team Sky in the team time trial at the UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck on Sunday after Ian Stannard crashed in the opening kilometre. The team ended up finishing fourth place, just outside of the medals, and 44 seconds behind winners Quick-Step Floors. “The crash affected our chances of winning today,” Gianni Moscon told Cyclingnews at the finish line. “I don’t know if we would have won, but for sure we would have been on the podium without the crash.” The elite men...


Dumoulin turns attention to individual time trial defense after Worlds TTT loss

Tom Dumoulin spent only a short time expressing his disappointment after Team Sunweb lost the team time trial at the UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck on Sunday, before he quickly turned his attention to the upcoming individual time trial on Wednesday. “It feels like a slight disappointment after winning gold last year but we did a really good team time trial, and we can be very proud of ourselves,” Dumoulin told the press in the mixed zone area following the podium ceremony. “Of cours...


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Item description: This Cycling Garmin International product is by Garmin International - Train more effectively with Garmin's premium heart rate monitor. When worn around your chest during an activity, it wirelessly transmits your heart rate to your compatible device for instant feedback on how hard you're working. The strap is made of a soft fabric for more comfort. The size is adjustable to your body so it stays secure during your activity. Once it's paired with your compatible device the first time, it will automatically recognize it each time. And it's optimized for use in crowded areas like the gym and road races, so it won't pick up any signals but your own. Taking care of it is a snap. The plastic heart-rate module is removable from the strap so you can wash the strap as often as needed. Style number 010-10997-07... Learn More

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Category: Garmin International

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