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  The British sprinter has finally revealed his plans for next year’s Tour de Yorkshire event. He has decided to become part of the tour for the first time.   Cavendish admitted to looking forward to racing in next season’s Tour de Yorkshire as race organizers finally revealed the official…

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  Team Sky’s rider, Luke Rowe, has revealed what his surgeon told him about never walking again in case of another serious crash.   After breaking his leg in August, Rowe is now back on a track bike trying to fully recover from the serious injury he took earlier this…

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  Astana’s manager, Vinokourov, says their Colombian rider needs more time and experience in order to be a true Grand Tour winner. According to him, the illnesses and several injuries have masked Columbian’s true potential.   Another member of the Astana team, Jakob Fuglsang, has expressed his intentions to target…

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cunego

  Earlier today, Damiano Cunego announced that he plans to end his pro cycling career next year, soon after Giro d’Italia.   Italian is currently member of the Pro Continental family. Damiano, 37, has won Giro d’Italia back in 2004 when he was only 22 years after taking 4 stages.…

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  World elite men’s cyclocross champion Wout Van Aert and Ellen Van Loy has just won the Sunday’s fourth round of the Superprestige series.   Wout van Aert is the 2017 #Gavere champ! ? @WoutvanAert pic.twitter.com/DtAry9pt3D — FloBikes (@flobikes) November 12, 2017   The muddy, challenging race in Gavere Belgium…

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Carapaz

  Both Richard Carapaz and Jhonatan Narvez have been sent home soon after being found drunk yesterday, at the opening ceremony of the Bolivian Games.   The Ecuador team members were supposedly becoming ready to compete at the reginal multi-sport competition that is held in honor of Simon Bolivar. The event welcomes athletes…

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