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BMX: Marc Willers announces retirement
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
Double Olympian Marc Willers has decided to hang up his bike after this weekend's UCI BMX World Cup Supercross in Sweden.Willers, who turns 30 next month, believes the time is right for him to retire from the sport after being the... More...
Austrian former cyclist banned for selling doping substances
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
VIENNA (AP) " Former cyclist Christof Kerschbaum of Austria has been banned for life for selling doping substances to other riders from 2007-09.The Austrian Anti-Doping Legal Committee says a lifelong suspension was its only option... More...
Tour de France winner Chris Froome to ride Spanish Vuelta
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
MADRID (AP) " Tour de France winner Chris Froome will ride in this year's edition of the Spanish Vuelta, set to start in less than two weeks.Race organizers announced Monday that Froome will be on Sky's team for the three-week grand... More...
Government details why it wants Armstrong medical records
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) " The federal government says it wants Lance Armstrong's medical records from his 1996 cancer treatments because they could prove just how far he was willing to go to conceal performance-enhancing drug use from... More...
Joe Dombrowski holds on to win Tour of Utah
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
PARK CITY, Utah (AP) " Lachlan Norris outsprinted Brent Bookwalter to win the final stage of the Tour of Utah, and Joe Dombrowski finished in the next group on the road to secure the overall title.Norris and Bookwalter broke away... More...
Rodrguez to lead Katusha at the Vuelta a Espaa
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Joaquim Rodriguez will be the leader of the Katusha team at this years Vuelta a Espaa, where he will bid to turn a string of high overall placings into a first Grand Tour victory of his career. The Spaniard has an impressive record in his home three-week race, finishing fourth in the last two years, third in 2012, and picking up six top-10 finishes in seven editions. He comes into this years race on the back of a fine Tour de France where, despite not being up there on GC, he took two stage wins, the first on the Mur de Huy and the second in the Pyrenees. Katushas nine-man roster is weighted between Spaniards like Rodrguez and riders from Russia, the home country of the team, and is a relatively old one with an average age of just over 32. Daniel Moreno, who won a stage and was 10th overall at the 2013 Vuelta, joins Alberto Losada and 38-year-old Angel Vicioso in the Spanish contingent, while the Russians are Vladimir Isaychev, Pavel Kochetkov, Egor Silin, Eduard Vorganov.ADVERTISEMENT The team is rounded out by Italian Giampaolo Caruso who, along with Losada, is the only rider to have done the Tour de France this year with Rodrguez.Rodrguez will be encouraged by the nature of the climbs in this years route and particularly look forward to the brutal mountain stage in Andorra on home roads he will be very familiar with. Katusha for the 2015 Vuelta a Espaa: Joaquim Rodriguez, Giampaolo Caruso, Vladimir Isaychev, Pavel Kochetkov, Alberto Losada, Daniel Moreno, Egor Silin, Angel Vicioso and Eduard Vorganov. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Wiggins boosts Olympic hopes with successful return to track
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Bradley Wiggins hopes of retiring as the most decorated British Olympian of all time were given a boost on Friday as he made a storming return to the track. At the opening round of the 2015/16 Revolution Series in Derby, the 35-year-old formed part of a Great Britain quartet that rode to victory in the team pursuit in a time of 3 minutes 54.974 seconds. Joined by Steven Burke, Owain Doull and Jon Dibben, Wiggins was doing two-laps turns in the qualifying rounds before Ed Clancy replaced Dibben for the final and the quartet set a time that was just a shade over three seconds shy of the world record.ADVERTISEMENT It will do no harm to Wiggins hopes of lining up in the team pursuit at the Olympic Games in Rio next year, where he would be going for an eighth Olympic medal that would take him past Sir Chris Hoy's tally of seven. Its nice to get up and do a fast time like that, a world class time, on a not so good track. Its good being back with the boys the last few weeks. It took me a while after the Hour Record to realise I wanted to do it again so its good to be back, its a good laugh, thats what its all about, said Wiggins in front of the BBC microphone. All that drivel they were talking about at the end of last year when I was watching the World Cup in London about whether I could still do it or not. You come back here and, its great, I love it, weve got a really good group of guys, which is what you need, you cant do it on your own. Tonight was testament to that. We were looking at the graph just then and it was just flat really and thats what its going to take to win Olympic gold so its really good. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Meintjes set to re-sign with MTN " Qhubeka
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Young South African prospect Louis Meintjes is set to turn down interest from several WorldTour teams and re-sign with MTN " Qhubeka for the next two seasons. The 23-year-old, who is currently competing in the Arctic Race of Norway, told Cyclingnews that he had various options for 2016. However, his team and his agent both confirmed that he would be signing with MTN " Qhubeka. Its still undecided and Im out of contract. Theres quite a bit of interest but well see. MTN is a good place, thats all Im saying. This team is always growing, I dont see this place as a limiting factor, Meintjes told Cyclingnews.ADVERTISEMENT If those comments were on the vague side, his agent at least provided something more tangible. A few teams have been asking about him but his future lies with MTN. The team is backing him for the future and I think staying is in his best interests. Thats where hell end up, his agent said. According to his agent a number of WorldTour teams has shown interest in Meintjes, including Astana. After the Arctic Race of Norway Meintjes will head to the Vuelta a Espaa, where he will be targeting stage wins. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
News Shorts: Brammeier returns home after Utah crash
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Brammeier returns home after Utah crash MTN-Qhubekas Matt Brammeier has returned home to Great Britain following a harrowing crash at the Tour of Utah, where he smashed into the side of a team car while descending off the penultimate climb of stage 6. Brammeier, 30, has been recovering at the University of Utah hospital in Salt Lake City from injuries that include fractures of the sacral and pelvic bones, as well as rib fractures on both sides, a bruised liver and fractured tooth.ADVERTISEMENT Brammeier faces a recovery of at least six to eight weeks before he can start riding, and hes not expected to return to competition this season, according to a statement released by his team. Its looking like my season is well and truly over, Brammeier is quoted in the team statement. So Im looking forward to return hungry in 2016. Team doctor Jarrad van Zuydam said Brammeier is recovering well so far. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Bennett blazes Arctic Race of Norway
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Another season and another small milestone for Sam Bennett (Bora-Argon 18), who moved his win tally up to four for the season after victory on stage 2 of the Arctic Race of Norway. The 24-year-old edged out Frederico Zurlo (UnitedHealthcare) and race leader Alexander Kristoff (Katusha) in the finish at Setermoen and now has a win more than he did from the entirety of last season. This was perhaps his best win of the season too, with the Irishman coming from a long way back to seal an impressive stage win. After a third place on stage 1 Bennett is showing a fine patch of post-Tour de France form. This is up there with my best wins. And its really good for my morale. Every year I want to step up and improve and last year I had three wins but I wanted an extra win this year to really say that Ive made another step. Ive got that now, he told Cyclingnews after his win.ADVERTISEMENT Bennett owned much to his team for this performance, especially Zakkari Dempster, who encouraged the sprinter to fight on despite what Bennett perceived as poor legs. It was hectic but coming into the last 10K I was feeling so bad and told the guys that I didnt want to sprint but then Zak yelled at me to try and the boys did an incredible job and led me out perfectly. They kept their cool, which was really important. We got a bit swamped and I lost a wheel and was in a bad position but just kept coming through gaps. There was a bit of luck, the door opened and I had to go. There couldnt be any hesitation. With four wins under his belt for the season Bennett can turn his attention to final two stages in Norway before a final block of racing in Europe. Stage 3 of Arctic race is designed for the climbers but the final stage could see Bennett in the mix once more. Ill give it a go and the pressure is off the team now so well give it absolutely everything. Whatever the outcome from the final two days, Bennett is pleased with the level of consistency he has shown throughout a season that has seen him race from February until August. Im delighted. In my head a good sprinter has to get wins all year round and he has to win when he feels good and bad. Theres also some consistency there too with my third yesterday. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Kristoff: Now its Zakarins chance at the Arctic Tour of Norway
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Despite leading the Arctic Race of Norway after two stages, Alexander Kristoff is realistic enough to know that retaining the lead after stage 3 will be an uphill struggle. Saturdays stage from Senja to Mlselv features a punishing final climb and should see the overall landscape at the race shift with the sprinters, such as Krsitoff, giving way to the more capable climbers. In Kristoffs Katusha ranks is the ideal candidate in Ilnur Zakarin, who won the Tour of Romandie and a stage of the Giro dItalia earlier this year. Zakarin can have his chance tomorrow and he can climb as fast as he wants, Kristoff told Cyclingnews at the finish of stage 2, in which he finished third behind Sam Bennett (Bora-Argon 18) and Federico Zurlo (UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling).ADVERTISEMENT Kristoff remains in the lead, holding a two second advantage over compatriot Edvald Boasson Hagen but with a gallery of climbers within touching distance of the race lead, Kristoff is resigned to the likely outcome of losing his jersey. Now it will be two tough days but well see tomorrow. Maybe I won't lose too much time but I think it [holding the race lead] will be difficult. On paper it looks too hard but Ill try. The final stage is also quite hard so the next few days are going to be difficult. Ill try to win but tomorrow its not possible. On stage 2 to the Arctic Race of Norway dissected its way east, along stunningly beautiful and rolling terrain. Kristoff looked to be in pole position when his team marshalled their way to the front of the peloton inside the final few kilometres but Bennetts plucky sprint won the day. I had to break with 250 meters to go because the Saxo leadout went into our path and we had to go around them. That almost put us in the barriers. I managed to come around but I lost a lost of speed and then it was too late. Then Sam came with a lot of speed and I couldnt pass the last two guys. I was one of the fastest today but I was just a bit unlucky. I wanted to win on home soil again but we didnt get it right in the finale. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Phinney returns to Colorado next week at USA Pro Challenge
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Taylor Phinney will race in his home state of Colorado for the first time since 2012 next week when the USA Pro Challenge rolls out of Steamboat Springs. The 24-year-old American returned to racing with BMC last week at the Tour of Utah after missing more than 14 months of competition while recovering from a crash at the 2014 US championships. He finished third during the opening stage in Logan. Phinneys last appearance in Colorado came at the 2012 race, when he won the final individual time trial. Phinney will be part of a strong BMC roster that also includes Rohan Dennis, who won the opening stage of this years Tour de France and wore the maillot jaune for a day. Dennis will be backed in the mountains by Damiano Caruso and Brent Bookwalter, who was third overall in Utah and second on the final day.ADVERTISEMENT US champion Matthew Busche will return to racing for Trek after he was forced to abandon the Tour of Utah following a nasty high-speed downhill crash. While Frank Schleck will head from Utah to the Vuelta a Espana, Julian Arredondo joins the squad in Colorado, along with Laurent Didier and Jesse Sergent. Roman Krueziger will lead Tinkoff-Saxo after finishing 17th overall at the Tour de France and most recently 13th at Classica San Sebastian. The Czech rider will have Eduard Beltran backing him up, along with Jesus Hernandez. Utah overall winner Joe Dombrowski is also off to the Vuelta for Cannondale-Garmin, but the US-based team is adding Giro dItalia stage winner Davide Formolo and Janier Acevedo to pick up the team banner in the mountains. The squad is also fielding Ted King in one of his last US races before he retires. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Lefevere close to signing Dan Martin to Etixx-Quickstep
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Etixx-Quickstep general manager Patrick Lefevere has confirmed to Cyclingnews that he his close to signing Daniel Martin from Cannondale-Garmin. Cyclingnews confirmed Thursday that the Irishman would leave Jonathan Vaughters American team, for which he has ridden since turning professional in 2008. Martin has been linked to a number of teams, including Team Sky, Trek Factory Racing and Etixx-QuickStep. Team Sky confirmed last night that they would not been signing the former Lige-Bastogne-Lige winner, while Trek have not provided an official comment.ADVERTISEMENT However when contacted by Cyclingnews, Lefevere told the website, that, I hope it but youre never sure before the agreement is signed but were close. Martin is set to ride the Vuelta a Espaa, as his final Grand Tour for Cannondale-Garmin. He will line-up with Andrew Talansky and Joe Dombrowski as part of a strong-looking squad. Lefevere still has a number of riders out of contract for next season, including Mark Cavendish and Tom Boonen. World champion Michal Kwiatkowski is set to join Team Sky for 2016 with Martin a candidate to fill the Polish riders position and race programme. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Meintjes, Cummings and Berhane headline for MTN-Qhubeka at Vuelta a Espaa
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
MTN-Qhubeka has named Louis Meintjes, Natnael Berhane and Tour de France stage winner Steve Cummings in its line-up for the Vuelta a Espaa, which begins in Marbella on August 22. Berhane missed out on selection for his debut Tour de France in July but has been in fine form over the summer, placing 5th overall at the Tour of Austria and 7th at the Tour of Utah. The Eritrean champion will be at the forefront of MTN-Qhubekas bid for stage wins. I am happy to start my second La Vuelta. As Eritrean champion I will have the chance to represent my country and Africa. I hope to ride a good race and to continue where I left off in Utah, said Berhane, in his first year at MTN-Qhubeka after joining from Europcar.ADVERTISEMENT Cummings, such an impressive victory at Mende during the Tour, already has a Vuelta stage win to his name from his time at BMC, the Briton is one of just two non-African riders in the MTN-Qhubeka roster, along with Italian Kristian Sbaragli. Meintjes lines up at the Vuelta eager to build on a mixed Tour de France debut that saw him perform so impressively at Plateau de Beille only to be forced out of the race through illness in the final week. The youngster is one of five South Africans in the team along with Jaco Venter, Johann Van Zyl, Songezo Jim and Jay Thomson. Algerias Youcef Reguigui, winner of the Tour de Langkawi this season, is also included, and he is one of three Grand Tour debutants in the squad, along with Jim and Van Zyl. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Basso back in the saddle but still unsure of future plans
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Ivan Basso will return to training next week after undergoing surgery to remove a cancerous tumour from his testicle, but the Italian has yet to decide if he will continue with his professional career. Basso was forced to abandon the Tour de France on the second rest day in Pau after he was diagnosed with testicular cancer. The Tinkoff-Saxo rider returned to Italy that evening and underwent surgery two days later in Milan. A month on from the operation, Basso is now ready to begin riding again. Its all going very well and Im really very happy to be able to say that from the 17th [Monday], Ill even be able to get back on the bike, Basso told Tuttobici. That for me is a tangible sign of recovery.ADVERTISEMENT Basso joined Tinkoff-Saxo on a two-year contract at the beginning of this season in the wake of the disbandment of Roberto Amadios Cannondale squad, where he had spent six years following his return from suspension in October 2008. The 37-year-old was part of the core of riders at Tinkoff-Saxo who joined Alberto Contador in his attempt at the Giro dItalia-Tour double this season, helping the Spaniard to overall victory in the corsa rosa. Basso has yet to decide whether to continue racing in 2017. My future? I need to be patient, I have to look at a lot of things and reflect. Im talking about it with my wife, Micaela and with the team. I want to do things properly and above all I want to do the right thing for my health, Basso said. Like I said, getting back on the bike is already a beautiful thing in itself. For me, the bike is life. Its health. Its happiness. Its everything. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
News shorts: Cavendish committed to racing on track at Rio 2016 Olympics, says Salzwedel
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Unfinished business for Cavendish on the track, says Salzwedel British Cycling endurance coach Heiko Salzwedel has said that Mark Cavendish is completely committed to racing on the track in the omnium at the Rio 2016 Olympics, saying that he has unfinished business after being the sole British rider not to win a medal on the boards in Beijing seven years ago. Cavendish will line up alongside Bradley Wiggins in the Revolution Series event in Derby this weekend in a bid to score qualifying points for the winters Track World Cup events, the first step towards earning a berth in Brazil next year.ADVERTISEMENT I was very surprised and very proud when we met and discovered how determined he is, Salzwedel told The Telegraph. "He has some unfinished business back from 2008 in his mind. He really wants to go to Rio with the track team and wants to go 100 per cent focused on the omnium. He doesn't come in saying 'we'll see how it goes,' it's clear in his mind, his focus and priorities. The Olympics is where Mark wants to be in 12 months time. The weekends event provides a useful dress rehearsal for Cavendishs preparations " the timing between the Tour de France and Olympic Games next year and this year's Tour and Revolution Series are exactly the same, Salzwedal pointed out " though Ed Clancy apparently remains the favourite to take Great Britains slot in in the omnium in Rio. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Ten Dam looking for a US team and with offers on the table
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Although LottoNL Jumbo have yet to offer veteran rider Laurens ten Dam a new contract the Dutch rider has several options for next year, including the possibility of riding for a US team next season. Ten Dam, 34, has had a long and passionate attachment to the US racing season and his agent Joao Correia is currently discussing contract options with at least three European WorldTour teams, as well US squads. Correia would not confirm or deny if Cannondale-Garmin were one of the team's he is currently discussing options with on ten Dam's behalf. The American team were interested in signing ten Dam several seasons ago but the Dutch rider decided to remain with the team he signed for in 2007. Having been hit by a car in training last week ten Dam has been forced to evaluate his future. The plan was to compete at the Vuelta a Espaa but with a six-week lay off as he recovers from broken vertebrae the rider may choose to race predominantly in the US next season.ADVERTISEMENT "We're going to review a couple of opportunities for him but with the accident it really changed a lot of his priorities. We're trying to figure out what he'll do next year but he might not return to Europe and he may race with a team in the US for a year," his agent Joao Correia told Cyclingnews. "It's still early days in that process and the accident really changed things and we're evaluating what he wants to do. Racing in the US is something that he's always wanted to do. Our plan for the last year or two of his career was to go to the US and he's got this thing about wanting to travel. He'd like to do the major US races but also some like Redlands and Gila. We're looking at that right now." LottoNL-Jumbo have yet to offer the 34-year-old a new team, Correia confirmed. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Van Emden nets maiden WorldTour victory at Eneco Tour
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
The Eneco Tourtime trial belonged to LottoNL-Jumbo as the Dutch squad celebrated going one-two on the stage withJos van Emden and Dutch champion against the clock Wilco Kelderman with van Emden moving into the overall lead of a WorldTour race for the first time in his career. There was further success withLottoNL-Jumbo moving into the lead of the team classification with three stages left to race. Van Emden was five seconds quicker than teammate Kelderman on the 13.9km course and leads his compatriot by the same margin on GC with Movistar's Adriano Malori sitting third overall, seven seconds in arrears. Having finished runner up at the Tour of CaliforniaBig Bear Lake time trial and fifth on the opening day Tour de France time trial in Utretch, van Emden explained his pleasure with snaring his fist win since the 2013 Mnsterland Giro. "My fifth place in the Tour was nice but winning is something different, especially at WorldTour level," van Emden said. "At the moment, I cannot choose between the two yet. I'll put them equally side by side.The team, under the guidance of Mathieu Heijboer, invests a lot of time in time trialling and we invent small innovations all the time."ADVERTISEMENT The 30-year-old explained that while he will enjoy his stint as race leader, he expects his younger teammate will be better suited to the remaining stages before Sunday's conclusion which features the iconicMuur van Geraardsbergen climb. "It's business as usual tomorrow," he said. "I won't start thinking that I can win the race now. I might be able keep the jersey tomorrow but in the Ardennes it's going to be too difficult for me and as a team, we'll be riding for Wilco there." Kelderman added that while he would have preferred victory, he recognises that he is in a good position to challenge for overall honours and improve upon his seventh place at the 2013 edition of the race. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Bouhanni and Navarro to lead Cofidis at the Vuelta a Espaa
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Nacer Bouhanni and Dani Navarro have been confirmed as dual leaders at the Vuelta a Espaa for French wildcard team Cofidis. BothBouhanni and Navarro won stages at the Vuelta last year although Bouhanni did so while riding for FDJ. Cofidis have regularly tested success at the Spanish grand tour and are looking to continue its winning ways in August and September. Bouhanni, who crashed out of the Tour de France on stage 5, has won back-to-back stages at theTour de l'Ain in anticipation of the Vuelta which he will start as one of the sprinters to watch with John Degenkolb one of his main rivals for the race. The 25-year-old won two stages and finished runner up on a stage before pulling the pin on stage 14 of last year's Vuelta. He will be supported byDominique Rollin and Geoffrey Soupe for the flat stages. Since joining the team at the end of last season, Bouhanni has won seven races in 2015 including two stages of theCritrium du Dauphin where he also won the green jersey.ADVERTISEMENT While Cofidis started the Tour with 100% backing of Bouhanni in the sprints, the team has the shared ambition of impressing on general classification withNavarro. The 32-year-old finished tenth overall at the Vuelta last season for his best grand tour result from 12 starts but was off the pace at the Tour de France last month where he finished 66th overall largely riding riding without help in the mountains. WithCyril Lemoine,Julien Simon andYoann Bagot Cofidis have several options for breakaway success and support for the team's general classification hopes whileStphane Rossetto will supportNavarro in the mountains. Nicolas Edet, the 2013 king of the mountains champion at the Vuelta, has been left off the roster having ridden the Tour in July You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Lotto Soudal announce Vuelta a Espaa roster
August 16, 2015 (13:03) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Lotto Soudal have announced its nine rider roster for the 2015Vuelta a Espaawith Belgian national time trial championJurgen Van den Broeck leadings its general classification aspirations. Australian Adam Hansen has been selected for his 13th straight grand tour and 20th career three week race. Having won a stage at the Giro d'Italia and four stages at the Tour de France,Andr Greipel will sit out the Vuelta withKris Boeckmans the team's sprinter for the race. The 28-year-old has won eight race so far this season but is yet to taste success in a WorldTour race but will be looking to end that trend on his Vuelta debut. Van den Broeck, who out of contract at the end of the season, rode the Giro in May finishing 12th overall. It will be the fourth time that the 32-year-old will ride the Vuelta having made his debut at the 2011 edition of the race when he finished eighth. Van den Broeck returned to the race in 2012 and 2014 but withdrew before the conclusion of both races. After finishing 15th at theTour de Pologne last week,Van den Broeck will be looking to add to his tally of top ten finishes at grand tour's.ADVERTISEMENT Maxime Monfort will provide the team with a secondary general classification option and will look to match his sixth place overall at the 2011 edition of the race. Jelle Vanendert and Thomas De Gendt will provide the team will options for stage wins via breakaways and the high mountains along with Bart De Clercq who showed off his form with a stage win in Poland last week. Rounding out the team is grand tour debutant Jasper De Buyst and Tosh Van der Sande who has two grand tours under his belt. Lotto Soudal for Vuelta a Espana: Kris Boeckmans, Jasper De Buyst, Bart De Clercq, Thomas De Gendt, Adam Hansen, Maxime Monfort, Jurgen Van den Broeck, Tosh Van der Sande and Jelle Vanendert. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...

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