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Wiggins wants to put Hour record beyond reach (Reuters)
May 06, 2015 (17:15) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Sports ]
Bradley Wiggins believes he can put the Hour world record "out of reach" when he tackles one of cycling's toughest challenges next month at London's Olympic velodrome. A few weeks after fellow Briton Alex Dowsett set a new world record of 52.937 kilometers in Manchester, Olympic time trial champion Wiggins says it is not a matter of "if" he can better that distance, but by how much. "But I don't just want to break it, I want to put it right up there, as far out of reach as I can." The seven-times Olympic medalist who left his track roots to become the first Briton to win the Tour de France in 2012, believes he can add two kilometers to Dowsett's mark. "I don't see it as being any harder than climbing the Ventoux to save fourth place in the Tour de France," he said. More...
Cycling-Wiggins wants to put Hour record beyond reach (Reuters)
May 06, 2015 (17:15) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Sports ]
Bradley Wiggins believes he can put the Hour world record "out of reach" when he tackles one of cycling's toughest challenges next month at London's Olympic velodrome. A few weeks after fellow Briton Alex Dowsett set a new world record of 52.937 kilometres in Manchester, Olympic time trial champion Wiggins says it is not a matter of "if" he can better that distance, but by how much. "But I don't just want to break it, I want to put it right up there, as far out of reach as I can." The seven-times Olympic medallist who left his track roots to become the first Briton to win the Tour de France in 2012, believes he can add two kilometres to Dowsett's mark. "I don't see it as being any harder than climbing the Ventoux to save fourth place in the Tour de France," he said. More...
Astana retained license because of recent clean slate: commission (Reuters)
May 06, 2015 (17:15) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Sports ]
By Julien Pretot PARIS (Reuters) - Astana, the team of Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali, retained their World Tour license because they stayed clear of doping scandals this season, the International Cycling Union's (UCI) independent license commission said. The commission, whose reasoned decision was published by the UCI on Tuesday, also explained that Astana have committed to "undergo a fundamental reform in order to prevent the risks of doping". The UCI had requested Astana to be stripped of their elite status, which guarantees an automatic spot in the Tour de France, but the independent panel decided against it on April 23 after reviewing an audit by the Institute of Sport Sciences of the University of Lausanne (ISSUL). The reasoned decision said that although "the ISSUL report ... highlighted the flaws in this team in 2014", there was room for improvement in the coming months. More...
Cycling-Astana retained licence because of recent clean slate - commission (Reuters)
May 06, 2015 (17:15) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Sports ]
By Julien Pretot PARIS, May 5 (Reuters) - Astana, the team of Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali, retained their World Tour licence because they stayed clear of doping scandals this season, the International Cycling Union's (UCI) independent licence commission said. The commission, whose reasoned decision was published by the UCI on Tuesday, also explained that Astana have committed to "undergo a fundamental reform in order to prevent the risks of doping". The UCI had requested Astana to be stripped of their elite status, which guarantees an automatic spot in the Tour de France, but the independent panel decided against it on April 23 after reviewing an audit by the Institute of Sport Sciences of the University of Lausanne (ISSUL). The reasoned decision said that although "the ISSUL report ... highlighted the flaws in this team in 2014", there was room for improvement in the coming months. More...
Nairo Quintana won't defend Giro d'Italia title (The Associated Press)
May 06, 2015 (17:15) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Sports ]
MADRID (AP) -- Colombian climber Nairo Quintana will not defend his Giro d'Italia title. More...
Wiggins wants to put Hour record beyond reach (Reuters)
May 06, 2015 (13:15) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Sports ]
Bradley Wiggins believes he can put the Hour world record "out of reach" when he tackles one of cycling's toughest challenges next month at London's Olympic velodrome. A few weeks after fellow Briton Alex Dowsett set a new world record of 52.937 kilometers in Manchester, Olympic time trial champion Wiggins says it is not a matter of "if" he can better that distance, but by how much. "But I don't just want to break it, I want to put it right up there, as far out of reach as I can." The seven-times Olympic medalist who left his track roots to become the first Briton to win the Tour de France in 2012, believes he can add two kilometers to Dowsett's mark. "I don't see it as being any harder than climbing the Ventoux to save fourth place in the Tour de France," he said. More...
Cycling-Wiggins wants to put Hour record beyond reach (Reuters)
May 06, 2015 (13:15) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Sports ]
Bradley Wiggins believes he can put the Hour world record "out of reach" when he tackles one of cycling's toughest challenges next month at London's Olympic velodrome. A few weeks after fellow Briton Alex Dowsett set a new world record of 52.937 kilometres in Manchester, Olympic time trial champion Wiggins says it is not a matter of "if" he can better that distance, but by how much. "But I don't just want to break it, I want to put it right up there, as far out of reach as I can." The seven-times Olympic medallist who left his track roots to become the first Briton to win the Tour de France in 2012, believes he can add two kilometres to Dowsett's mark. "I don't see it as being any harder than climbing the Ventoux to save fourth place in the Tour de France," he said. More...
Pozzovivo confirmed as Ag2r-La Mondiale's Giro d'Italia leader
May 06, 2015 (09:30) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Domenico Pozzovivo has been confirmed as Ag2r-La Mondiale's general classification rider for the Giro d'Italia with the French team naming its nine-riders for the three week race which starts with a 17.6km team time trial from San Lorenzo al Mare to Sanremoon Saturday. Pozzovivo has won stages at the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya and Giro del Trentino in preparation for the Giro. The Italian climber also finished sixth overall at the Tour Down Under, eighth at Tirreno-Adriatico, third at Volta Ciclista a Catalunya and seventh in Trentino and most recently was eighth at Lige-Bastogne-Lige to confirm his pre-race form. Supporting Pozzovivo in the mountains will be the best young rider and fifth overall from the 2013 edition of the Giro,Carlos Betancur, who the team's sport directorDirecteur sportif Laurent Biondi believes will be a rider to watch throughout the race.ADVERTISEMENT "I have the impression that form is reaching a crescendo," Biondi said in L'Equipe. "If Carlos is racing at the same level he was in 2014,he can reach a high ranking in the general classification." For Pozzovivo, Biondi explained the team's expectation considering his current form. "He is very diligent, professional and super motivated for this grand tour in his country," he said. "He can target the top five and a stage win." You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Lampre-Merida announces Giro d'Italia team
May 06, 2015 (09:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Lampre-Meridahave announced its nine-riderGiro d'Italia team containing a mix of experience and nationalities including Diego Ulissi, who won two stages at last year's Giro, and Sacha Modolo who recently won a stage at the Tour of Turkey. EthiopianTsgabu Grmay makes his grand tour debut, as does China's Gang Xu with the duo the only grand tour debutants in the team. The Lampre-Merida team also contains sprinterRoberto Ferrari who won a stage at the race in 2012 and with Modolo, will provide an avenue to victory on the flat stages withMaximiliano Richeze in support. Przemyslaw Niemiec, who won a stage at the Vuelta a Espaa last year, finished sixth overall at the 2013 Giro and will be a general classification option for the team or stage hunter in the high mountains. Grmay and 22-year-oldJan Polanc are expected to help Niemiec in the mountains with both climbers characteristics suited to the ascending roads.ADVERTISEMENT Tour of Turkey winnerKristijan Durasek misses out on selection after the 27-year-old looked like receiving a late call up to the race. Lampre-Merida will also debut a new sponsor on its jersey withCieffe adding its logo the shoulders and side of the team kit. Lampre-Merida for the Giro d'Italia:Roberto Ferrari, Tsgabu Grmay, Sacha Modolo, Manuele Mori, Przemyslaw Niemiec, Jan Polanc, Maximiliano Richeze, Diego Ulissi and Gang Xu. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
BMC backing Caruso for top ten finish at Giro d'Italia
May 06, 2015 (09:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
BMC Racing Team have announced its Giro d'Italia team built around the general classification ambitions ofDamiano Carusoand helping Philippe Gilbert to first week stage wins. Caruso, ninth overall at the 2014 Vuelta a Espaa, will be making his third career appearance at the Italian grand tour which he last rode in 2013 finishing 19th overall. Sport director Valerio Piva outlined the team's ambition for the race, explaining that placing Caruso in the maglia rosa is the first goal. "We will try to make a good start in the team time trial and maybe try to win one of the first stages," Piva said. "The rest of the race we will support Damiano. He will have the support of Darwin Atapuma in the climbs, so hopefully a top five result in the general classification would be nice."ADVERTISEMENT Caruso finished 27th overall at the Tour de Romandie in preparation for the Giro while 14th overall at Tirreno-Adriatico and 21st at the Tour of Oman are his two other stage race results this season. "This year, I have a big opportunity and the team has given me a big responsibility," Caruso said. "Last year, I did a good Vuelta and now I want to improve on that result in the Giro. I think I am realistic in wanting to be top 10, but in my heart, I hope to do better. This year, the Giro has a very hard start. The first five or six stages are very hard in Liguria and Toscana. It is very important to be ready from the start." Gilbert will start the Giro uncertain over his condition as he continues to recover from injury and as a result, the stage winner from the 2009 edition of the race isn't setting any lofty ambitions. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Urn set to lead Etixx-QuickStep to success at the Giro d'Italia
May 06, 2015 (01:45) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Twice second overall at the Giro d'Italia in 2013 and 2014, Etixx-QuickStep's Rigoberto Urn will attempt to win the pink jersey upon the conclusion of this year's event on May 31 in Milan. The Colombian rider will have the support of strong nine-man team that includes Tom Boonen in his debut at the Italian Grand Tour. Urn temporarily wore the leader's jersey last year after winning the stage 12 time trial from Barbaresco to Barolo, however, Movistar's Nairo Quintana ended up winning the overall title. Urn heads into the year's race as the Colombian national time trial champion and he will hope to, again, do well in stage 14's 59.4km time trial from Treviso to Valdobbiadene on May 23. It is a stage that he is familiar with having previewed the course with his teammateGianluca Brambilla at the beginning of March. Boonen will race in support of Urn in his first attempt at the Giro d'Italia. He injured his shoulder in a crash at Paris-Nice but returned to racing at the Tour of Turkey last week.ADVERTISEMENT The Etixx-QuickStep roster for the 2015 Giro d'Italia: Rigoberto Urn, Tom Boonen,Maxime Bouet, Pieter Serry, Gianni Meersman, Fabio Sabatini, David De La Cruz, Iljo Keisse, and Petr Vakoc. Watch Etixx-QuickStep's 2015 Giro d'Italia team selection video, courtesy of the team. To subscribe to the Cyclingnews video channel please click here. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Talansky leads Cannondale-Garmin into Tour of California
May 06, 2015 (01:45) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Andrew Talansky will lead Cannondale Garmin in next weeks Amgen Tour of California and will be supported by a team that includes Alex Howes and former Team Sky rider Joe Dombrowski. Talansky has struggled for form and results so far this season but the Californian heads into the race looking to find his feet as he builds up towards a tilt at this years Tour de France. The 26-year-old made the top 10 in the Tour de France in 2013. The American will be supported by a well-rounded team and Jonathan Vaughters hinted that the squad will race aggressively over the eight-day event that runs from May 10-17.ADVERTISEMENT "We're hoping for a breakout performance from one of our many young riders. Stage wins are possibilities from Alex, Ruben, and Kristoffer, Vaughters said. Dombrowski, who signed for the team after an injury spell at Team Sky, returns to race where he first made his name as an up-and-coming rider. Joe Dombrowski first proved himself in California in 2012 on Mt. Baldy. I think he's looking to see what he can do there again. Overall, our objective will be to race for the win as much as possible on every day that presents a chance." You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
UCI publish Licence Commission's reasoned decision in Astana case
May 06, 2015 (01:45) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
The UCI published on Tuesday the Licence Commission's seven-page report concerning its reasons for suspending the withdrawal of Astana's WorldTour licence following the Institute of Sport Sciences of the University of Lausanne (ISSUL) independent audit. UCI President Brian Cookson stated in a press release that, "taking into account that the team will be under the supervision of the ISSUL and monitored by the Licence Commission for the rest of the 2015 season, we are satisfied by this decision which we believe is proportionate." The press release noted that the Licence Commission judged that many of the team's negative points brought up in the ISSUL audit were capable of improvement and that the team had already started to implement the reorganisation of its anti-doping structure along with the commitment of Astana Pro Team to adhere strictly to the remedial action recommended by the ISSUL. And that the team's commitments are of a nature that enable it to undergo a fundamental reform in order to prevent the risks of doping." The Licence Commission concluded that, "At this stage, in view of the modifications that have already taken place, those that are announced, the commitment to adhere to the conditions laid down by the ISSUL with the approval of and under the supervision of the Commission, and the absence of further incidents since autumn 2014, it is found that the sanction of a withdrawal, motivated mainly by facts of the past, would not, as of today, respect the principle of proportionality."ADVERTISEMENT The Licence Commission cited five main conclusions: It is noted that the Team has committed to conform to measures recommended by the ISSUL and that this commitment is formalised in a document signed by the UCI WorldTeam Astana, the ISSUL and the Licence Commission. The respect of this commitment is to be monitored by the ISSUL under the supervision of the Commission. The procedure of the withdrawal of the licence of the UCI WorldTeam Astana is suspended. That means, the registration of the UCI WorldTeam Astana for 2015 is maintained. In the case of non-compliance with the terms of agreement, the ISSUL will notify the Commission, which can at any time reopen the procedure of licence withdrawal. The reopening of the procedure can also occur in the case of new cases of doping or other serious infringements of the rules. Cookson's full statement on the decision read,First of all I would like to thank the Licence Commission for its professionalism during this procedure and the way that it has worked in total independence vis--vis all the parties concerned. "The UCI recognises the constructive approach adopted by the Licence Commission. We are pleased to note that Astana Pro Team has committed to a process of in-depth reforms thanks to this procedure initiated before the Licence Commission. Taking into account that the team will be under the supervision of the ISSUL and monitored by the Licence Commission for the rest of the 2015 season, we are satisfied by this decision which we believe is proportionate. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Women's news shorts: Teams head west to the Tour of California Womens Race
May 06, 2015 (01:45) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Top teams head west to the Amgen Tour of California Women's Race Fourteen teams will travel to the west coast of the US to take part in the Amgen Tour of California Women's Race (UCI 2.1), a three-day stage race held from May 8-10, with a selected group of riders also invited to participate in the following Women's Individual Time Trial (UCI 1.1) at Big Bear Lake on May 15. The fourteen teams that will participate in the stage race include Ale-Cipollini, BMW p/b The Happy Tooth, Colaivta Bianchi p/b Fine Cooking, Ita Shimano Ladies Power Team, Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies, Pearl Izumi - Sports Tours International, Pepper Palace Pro Cycling p/b The Happy Tooth, Team Tibco - SVB, Twenty 16 p/b SHO-AIR, UnitedHealthcare, Velocio - SRAM, Xirayas de San Luis, and Canadian and Mexican national teams.ADVERTISEMENT The womens stage race will start on Friday, May 8 with 120km from South Lake Tahoe to Heavenly Mountain Resort and has 5,300 feet of elevation gain. Stage 2 held on Saturday, May 9 will host an 80km race in the same location and has 3,300 feet of elevation gain. The race will conclude on Sunday, May 10 with a 55km circuit race in Sacramento. Race organisers invited 23 women to compete in the 24.2km Women's Individual Time Trial. Double world champion and Olympic gold medallist, Kristin Armstrong recently announced that she has come out of retirement and will participate in the event for Twenty16 p/b Sho-Air, a race that she has won on two previous occasions (2011 and 2012). Current world champion Lisa Brennauer (Velocio-SRAM) will start.Evelyn Stevens (Boels-Dolmans) will also be on the starting ramp. She won the time trial in 2013. Last year's winner Alison Powers has retired from professional bike racing. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Astana retained license because of recent clean slate: commission (Reuters)
May 05, 2015 (22:15) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Sports ]
By Julien Pretot PARIS (Reuters) - Astana, the team of Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali, retained their World Tour license because they stayed clear of doping scandals this season, the International Cycling Union's (UCI) independent license commission said. The commission, whose reasoned decision was published by the UCI on Tuesday, also explained that Astana have committed to "undergo a fundamental reform in order to prevent the risks of doping". The UCI had requested Astana to be stripped of their elite status, which guarantees an automatic spot in the Tour de France, but the independent panel decided against it on April 23 after reviewing an audit by the Institute of Sport Sciences of the University of Lausanne (ISSUL). The reasoned decision said that although "the ISSUL report ... highlighted the flaws in this team in 2014", there was room for improvement in the coming months. More...
Cycling-Astana retained licence because of recent clean slate - commission (Reuters)
May 05, 2015 (22:00) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Sports ]
By Julien Pretot PARIS, May 5 (Reuters) - Astana, the team of Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali, retained their World Tour licence because they stayed clear of doping scandals this season, the International Cycling Union's (UCI) independent licence commission said. The commission, whose reasoned decision was published by the UCI on Tuesday, also explained that Astana have committed to "undergo a fundamental reform in order to prevent the risks of doping". The UCI had requested Astana to be stripped of their elite status, which guarantees an automatic spot in the Tour de France, but the independent panel decided against it on April 23 after reviewing an audit by the Institute of Sport Sciences of the University of Lausanne (ISSUL). The reasoned decision said that although "the ISSUL report ... highlighted the flaws in this team in 2014", there was room for improvement in the coming months. More...
WADA and UCI respond to French biological passport report
May 05, 2015 (21:30) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
The World Anti-Doping Agency and the UCI have responded to a report aired on France 2 on Sunday evening, which documented a study that showed how the biological passport could be circumvented by the use of micro-doses of EPO and blood transfusions. As part of a study carried out by Pierre Sallet of the Athletes for Transparency organisation, eight amateur athletes, primarily triathletes, were doped under supervision for a period of 29 days, showing significant improvements in performance. Sallet, who also participated in the experiment, demonstrated that his blood values would not have fallen foul of the biological passport parameters. In a statement published on the WADA website, director general David Howman clarified that the study had not been sanctioned by the anti-doping body. He also pointed out that the study had yet to be peer reviewed and published in a scientific journal.ADVERTISEMENT WADA is aware of the television report that aired on France Tlvisions. We would like to clarify that while we did make the Athlete Biological Passport (ABP) software available, we certainly did not bless or endorse the study, as has been suggested, Howman said. The study does not accurately follow the Athlete Biological Passport (ABP) guidelines, and therefore its relevance to the ABP is not entirely clear. Howman said that while WADA welcomed and encouraged research relevant to the biological, it does not ever recommend athletes take part as human guinea pigs in a study in which they would be subjected to taking performance enhancing drugs. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Bachochin Klein reflects on Tour of California's 10-year success
May 05, 2015 (21:30) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Kristin Bachochin Klein is all about high energy and superlatives. The former collegiate tennis player at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville speaks rapidly and often in terms that help define her position as the Executive Director of the Amgen Tour of California. Enthusiastic and fond of discussing team efforts, partnerships and accomplishments, Bachochin Klein has been employed by Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG), owner of the Amgen Tour of California, since 2004. She assumed her current role in 2011, replacing Andrew Messick, now CEO of the World Triathlon Corporation. Last year, Bachochin Klein was also selected as an at-large representative to the board of directors of USA Cycling, the sport's governing body.ADVERTISEMENT Ahead of the 10th edition of the Tour of California, Cyclingnews spoke with Bachochin Klein about this year's race as well as its past and future. Cyclingnews: The race is in its 10th year. Overall, what do you think about that history when so many other races have gone way? Bachochin Klein: As we enter the milestone, our 10th year, we want everything to reflect that cach, from the best lineup of teams and we continue to have the beautiful backdrop and the exciting route. And we continues to expand not only the men's race, but the women's race. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
News shorts: Movistar, Katusha, Bardiani name Giro d'Italia teams
May 05, 2015 (21:30) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Intxausti leads Movistar at the Giro dItalia Movistar will be without the defending champion Nairo Quintana at this years Giro dItalia. Instead it will be former pink jersey wearer and stage winner Beat Intxausti that will lead the teams general classification ambitions. Intxausti finished eighth in last years race 10:26 behind Quintana. This Giro should be the confirmation of Beat's abilities: it's a race he already knows, he's done really well there and finished in the overall top-10, said team manager Eusebio Unzu.ADVERTISEMENT Joining Intxausti in the line-up will be fellow Basque rider Igor Antn, who won on the Monte Zoncolan in 2011. The 32-year-old ended a near-four-year win drought at the Vuelta Asturias last weekend, taking a stage win and the overall classification. His recent performance helped him make the final cut, as Unzu explains: All 11 riders preselected have come to this part of the season in excellent form. Igor Antn's big progression during the last weeks, from Pas Vasco to his victory in Asturias, has been the key to this final selection - and having him into the Giro team. Completing the line-up will be: Andrey Amador, Rubn Plaza, Jess Herrada, Ion Izagirre, Juan Jose Lobato, Dayer Quintana and Giovanni Visconti. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Video: David Millar on life since retirement
May 05, 2015 (21:30) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Since retiring after the World Championships seven months ago, David Millar has been keeping himself busy with a range of projects. Cyclingnews caught up with the former cyclist at the Tour de Yorkshire, where he sat in the commentary box for host broadcaster ITV. I got the easy gig, Im just doing the expert analysis, Millar told Cyclingnews of his new venture as a commentator. Its always difficult for the lead commentator because its a bit of an art capturing the emotions and getting everything bang on, and following the orders form the producer through the ear. For me it has been nice because Im just talking about a bike race, and I like talking about a bike race so its quite good fun. Millar does not see a long-term future for himself in commentary, and hes also got a clothing line and a new book in the pipeline over the coming months. Millar explained to Cyclingnews that his book, which he is due to complete this month, will be nothing like his autobiography Racing Through the Dark.ADVERTISEMENT I wanted to do a new book that hasnt been done before, said Millar. Ive done my biography which is a bit clich, although Im very proud of it weve all done that. I wanted to write a book that was a bit of a love letter to pro racing because I know that in 10 years Ill have forgotten about a lot of what its like. Well into his first year of retirement, we also asked Millar if he ever wished he was still racing. Ill always miss the good times but I can also remember how hard it was, he said. Watch the full interview below and to subscribe to the Cyclingnews video channel, click here. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...

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