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Van Aert

  Aqua Blue Sport has announced yesterday that they decided to acquire Sniper Cycling, aka the company that sits behind the Verandas Willems-Crelan team of world champion Wout Van Aert. According to the official press released, Van Aert will continue to stay with the new and fresh structure through 2019’s…

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Tour de France

  French rider has admitted he would be extremely “ashamed” if he was in Chris Froome’s shoes and was linked with his salbutamol case.   He added that he would have never started the Tour de France if he was Froome and would have waited for the final UCI decision…

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John Degenkolb

  Trek-Segafredo’s Degenkolb grabs his second victory in Mallorca Challenge winning two out of four challenges and having a perfect start of the new season.   German sprinter seems to have taken the four-day challenge as his way of showing his hard preparation and training work taking the Trofeo Palma earlier today…

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  German rider wins Trofeo Campos-Porreres-Felanitx-Ses Salines opening day beating Israel Cycling Academy’s rider Sondre Holst Enger and Lotto Soudal’s man Jasper De Buyst in a tight finish.   Trek-Segafredo’s John Degenkolb admitted to feeling great about his first victory of the season and that he wouldn’t be able to…

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Greipel Tour Down Under

  Germany’s rider, Andre Greipel took the opening stage victory at this season’s Tour Down Under.  This is the first victory the rider claims for this year at the South Australian event which started today, on January 16.   Greipel was able to perfectly time his last sprint of the…

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  No one can deny the impact Froome’s failed doping test case has left among everyone somehow involved in the cycling world. The four-time Tour de France winner, despite his team’s claims, failed the test conducted through his urine where twice the allowed level of a forbidden asthma drug was…

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