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Aqua Blue start legal action against unnamed rider for speaking out

Aqua Blue Sport have informed Cyclingnews that they have started legal proceedings against a member of the team due to what they see as slander and breach of confidentiality. The members of the now-defunct team were informed of the news by CEO Tom Timmerman, who, in an email titled Overview of the Facts, also announced he would be stepping down with immediate effect. Before he announced his resignation, Timmerman stated that all salaries relating to the team would be covered by the UCI bank gua...


Team Sky search for new medical chief as testosterone investigation continues

Team Sky are reportedly searching for a new clinical director as they brace themselves for the outcome of the British General Medical Council investigation into former team doctor Richard Freeman and a delivery of testosterone patches to the Manchester headquarters that the team shared with British Cycling. According to a report in the Daily Mail, Richard Usher has been appointed interim medical director to allow Team Sky to find a new clinical director. Former medical chief Steve Peters is now...


Retiring Gerard becomes DS at Fortuneo-Samsic

Fortuneo-Samsics Arnaud Gérard will make the switch from rider to the role of directeur sportif with his team as he retires from life as a pro to take on new challenges behind the wheel of the team car. Among a raft of French riders retiring at the end of the 2018 season – including Sylvain Chavanel and Jérémy Roy – Gérard, who won the 2002 junior world championship road race in Limburg, Belgium, ahead of Finlands Jukka Vastaranta and Australian Nick Sanderson, will hang his wheels up after 14 ...


Wout van Aert's lawyer expects UCI to allow rider to race in 2019

Cyclo-cross world champion Wout van Aerts lawyer, Walter Van Steenbrugge, told Belgian sports website sporza.be on Monday that he believes that cyclings governing body, the UCI, will give his client permission to race the 2019 road season. Van Aert unilaterally terminated his contract with Sniper Cycling – the owning company of the Verandas Willems-Crelan team, with whom Van Aert raced on the road this season – on September 17 this year. The 24-year-old Belgian had made clear his unhappiness a...


Williams re-signs with Mitchelton-Scott for 2019

New Zealands reigning road race and time trial national champion, Georgia Williams, will race for Mitchelton-Scott again in 2019, the team has announced. Williams won her two national titles in January this year, and will line up in the hope of defending her black-and-white jersey and skinsuit in the new year, having secured her immediate future with the Australian womens team. Id love to win both national titles again, and it will be a focus for me, Williams said in a team press release. Itll...


Peter Sagan headlines Sagan Fondo in California - Gallery

Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) headlined his own event, the Sagan Fondo, in Windsor, Northern California, last week. Bora-Hansgrohe Teammate Maciej Bodnar rode alongside the three-time world champion at the event, which also saw former professional Levi Leipheimer ride. Fans and cyclists were given the opportunity to ride alongside Sagan on three different route lengths through the hills and vineyards outside of Windsor, with Sagan and Bodnar opting for the longest 110-kilometre/70-mile route. A...


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Garmin HRM-Run - garmin-watch_hrm4_run_premium by Garmin International

Item description: This Cycling Garmin International product is by Garmin International - GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR WORKOUT.Get the most out of your workout with the Garmin HRM-Run's minute-by-minute feedback on effort levels and built-in accelerometer to measure running form out on the road. The sensor is supported by a soft, adjustable strap and transmits data wirelessly to your Garmin Forerunner 620/920XT or fenix 2 device so you can see heart rate, cadence, vertical oscillation, and ground contact time to accurately measure your intensity levels and form metrics. FEATURES Water-Resistant: yes, 3 ATM Battery Type: CR2032 Battery Life: [1hr average daily run time] 1 year Recommended Use: running... Learn More

Manufacturer: Garmin International

Category: Garmin International

$99.99

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