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CYCLING RUMORS & GOSSIP

Kennaugh and Shaw involved in altercation at Jayco Herald Sun Tour

Peter Kennaugh conceded his Jayco Herald Sun Tour leader's jersey to teammate Chris Froome on the final and queen stage of the 2016 race but it was a verbal altercation with Avanti Isowhey's Pat Shaw that left the British national champion dissatisfied after what had been a successful week of racing. Kennaugh won last Sunday's Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race with a late solo attack...
Via Cycling News
17 hours ago  |  Discuss

Kennaugh leads Froome after 3 stages of Melbourne cycle tour

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) Britain's Peter Kennaugh and Chris Froome retain the top-two placings on general classification entering Sunday's final stage of the Herald-Sun Cycle Tour. American sprinter John Murphy won Saturday's 146.2 kilometer (89 mile) stage from Traralgon to Inverloch in a bunch sprint. But Kennaugh preserved a 13 second overall lead from his Sky teammate, two...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Cavendish left frustrated after late crash interrupts sprint at Dubai Tour

It has been suggested that Mark Cavendish is not as hungry for success as he once was but his anger and frustration after missing out in the stage 2 sprint at the Dubai Tour showed otherwise. The crash coming out of the tunnel with just over a kilometre to go disrupted the peloton and derailed several leadout trains, including those of Etixx-QuickStep and Cavendish’s Dimension...
Via Cycling News
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Froome safely navigates Jayco Herald Sun Tour prologue

The last time Chris Froome truly turned the pedals in anger, he had a fractured foot courtesy of a stage 9 crash at the Vuelta a España. The defending Tour de France champion made an appearance at October's Saitama Criterium in Japan following the 2016 Tour de France presentation in Paris, but the prologue of the Jayco Herald Sun Tour on Wednesday would mark a return to competitive...
Via Cycling News
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Pro cyclist caught using illegal hidden motor in race

Steroids aren’t the only way pro cyclists have tried to gain an illegal competitive advantage. Belgian cyclist Femke Van den Driessche had her bike seized by cycling authorities after it was discovered she used a concealed motor to help her during the world cyclo-cross championships. There’s been rumors of motor cheating among cyclists for years, as the International Cycling...
Via The Comeback
7 days ago  |  Discuss
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