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Spratt returns to racing at Trofeo Alfredo Binda after head injury

Amanda Spratt has recovered from a head injury suffered in a crash at Strade Bianche in early March and will return to racing on Sunday for the third round of the Womens WorldTour Trofeo Alfredo Binda-Comune di Cittiglio. My European racing season didnt start well at Strade Bianche with the crash and hitting my head quite hard, but I think I was very lucky, Spratt said in a team statement. In the end I needed some easy days, but I dont think I lost a lot. Ive been able to have some better train...


Tate Meintjes' family starts memorial scholarship fund

The family of Tate Meintjes, a 19-year-old amateur cyclist who died March 12 in a collision with an automobile while previewing the time trial course at the Redlands Bicycle Classic in California, has started a scholarship fund to honour the young cyclist. We will be providing a yearly scholarship for a University of Nevada, Reno student who exhibits Tates outlook on life: drive, dedication, compassion, happiness and simple joy, Meintjes father, Andre, wrote in a post on Facebook. Tate Meintje...


Drops Cycling land invitation to OVO Energy Women's Tour

Drops Cycling announced on Thursday that they have been invited to compete at the OVO Energy Womens Tour, which takes place from June 10-15. After an unstable off-season due to sponsorship changes, Drops Cycling welcomed the coveted invitation to their home Womens WorldTour event, and they will be the only British team competing. We are all thrilled to have received a wildcard invitation to the OVO Energy Womens Tour this summer. It will be our fourth successive appearance at this prestigious r...


Valverde and Landa headline Movistar at Milan-San Remo

World champion Alejandro Valverde headlines Movistar’s team for Milan-San Remo, while Mikel Landa will make his comeback from injury at La Classicissima on Saturday. Landa sustained a broken collarbone in a crash during his first race of the season, the Trofeo Ses Salines, Campos, Porreres, Felanitx at the Challenge Mallorca in January. He has been side-lined ever since, but will ride Milan-San Remo before staying in Italy to tackle next week’s Settimana Coppi e Bartali. The Basque rider is al...


No Milan-San Remo for Mark Cavendish

Dimension Data have revealed their line-up for Milan-San Remo, confirming that 2009 winner Mark Cavendish will be absent. The South African squad will instead be led by sprinter Giacomo Nizzolo.  Cavendish has raced every edition of La Classicissima since winning on his debut 10 years ago, but has endured a complicated couple of years due to Epstein Barr Virus.  The 33-year-old took an extended break in the second half of last year after the virus came back for a second time, and has been easi...


Defending Milan-San Remo champion Nibali leads strong Bahrain-Merida team

The winner of last years Milan-San Remo, Vincenzo Nibali, will lead a strong Bahrain-Merida squad at this years race on Saturday, and says that hes feeling his form is getting better all the time. The Italians last race was Tirreno-Adriatico – the traditional build-up race for Milan-San Remo – where he finished 15th overall, and clearly not yet at his best this season. Im happy with the signals I got from Tirreno-Adriatico because they showed that my condition is improving, Nibali said on his ...


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