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Vuelta a Espana: Alaphilippe 'not yet 100 per cent, but feeling very good'

Julian Alaphilippe admits he is not yet back to 100 per cent fitness following his long injury lay-off, but says he’s not far off as his comeback continues with an encouraging start to the Vuelta a España. The Frenchman was forced to miss the Ardennes Classics and the Tour de France due to a prepatellar lesion that flared up in April. After a tentative one-day outing in late July, Alaphilippe returned to racing in earnest earlier this month at the Vuelta a Burgos, and has played his part in two...

Pozzovivo loses ground in Vuelta a Espana crash - News Shorts

Domenico Pozzovivo’s hopes of a high overall finish at the Vuelta a España were dealt a blow when he crashed just outside the final three kilometres of stage 4 in Tarragona. Although the Italian managed to remount and complete the stage, he lost 3:25 and drops to 33rd overall, 4:08 behind leader Chris Froome (Team Sky). Pozzovivo picked up an injury to his left hand in the fall, but was unable to undergo an x-ray on Tuesday evening. The Italian told La Gazzetta dello Sport that he will start We...

Degenkolb abandons Vuelta a Espana with bronchitis

John Degenkolb (Trek-Segafredo) has been forced to abandon the Vuelta a España after falling sick in the opening days. A multiple stage winner at the Spanish Grand Tour, Degenkolb had ambitions of adding to his palmarès, but bronchitis has cut his race short. Degenkolb has only once before abandoned a Grand Tour, back in 2013 when he departed the Giro d’Italia on the first rest day. He expressed his frustration at leaving the Vuelta having arrived at the race in a good condition. “I came here ...

Ian Stannard signs contract extension with Team Sky

Ian Stannard has signed a three-year contract extension with Team Sky, the team announced on Wednesday. The 30-year-old has been part of the WorldTour squad since their debut season in 2010.  “We get the best support in this team and we get looked after really well. The team listen to the riders and involve us in the decisions, and that’s really important in races like the Classics, which is where my goals lie, Stannard said in a statement released by his team. “Obviously 2017 hasn’t gone how ...

Raymond Kreder breaks wrist in Zottegem crash

Raymond Kreder has added to the injury and illness woes of Team Roompot Nederlandse Loterij after he broke his wrist in the GP Stad Zottegem on Tuesday. Kreder had been one of the team’s main hopes for a victory, but he came down in a large crash in the opening hour, and, despite trying to continue was eventually forced to abandon. Kreder was taken to hospital where he was diagnosed with a break in his left wrist. His teammate Brian van Goethem, who was also involved in the same accident, suffe...

Majka's Vuelta a Espana GC hopes end in Tarragona

The 2017 Vuelta a Espana went from bad to worse on stage 4 of the Spanish Grand Tour for Rafal Majka. The Bora-Hansgrohe captain shipped over two minutes to his GC rivals on stage 3 and conceded a further 3:45 minutes on the flat sprinters stage to Tarragona. Majkas 156th place saw the Pole drop from 29th to 43rd place overall as he struggled to hold the pace inside the final kilometres of the stage. Acknowledging his bid for the GC and repeat of his 2015 podium is out the window, Majka explain...

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