RICHMOND, Va. (AP) Two-time Giro d'Italia winner Ivan Basso has been cleared following cancer treatment and will return to road cycling next month in Japan. Basso was diagnosed with testicular cancer at the Tour de France in July. He crashed during the fifth stage, and tests in the Tour's medical tent first raise concerns. More extensive tests revealed the tumor, and Basso promptly...
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Ivan Basso has been given the all clear just over two months after being diagnosed with, and successfully treated for, testicular cancer. His Tinkoff-Saxo team tweeted on Wednesday the “faboulous” news that further tests had allowed a line to be drawn under the episode. Fabulous news on @ivanbasso! Results from final controls show no need for extra treatment. The dark period...
Ivan Basso has ridden his bike for the first time since undergoing surgery for testicular cancer but has said that he has still to decide if he will return to racing as a professional with Tinkoff-Saxo. Basso was diagnosed with testicular cancer during the Tour de France as an indirect result of a minor crash on stage 5 to Amiens, in which he injured his left testicle. When the...
Basso set to return to the bike Just over a month after undergoing surgery for testicular cancer Ivan Basso will be able to ride his bike once again. The Italian is due to hold a press conference on August 17 in Livigno, after which he’ll complete a short ride, according to the Aquagrande Livigno Sports Centre where the press conference is due to take place. Basso was diagnosed...
Ivan Basso was released from the Hospital San Raffaele in Milan on Thursday and has returned home to his family following the successful surgery to remove a cancerous tumour from his left testicle. “I’m good, I’m happy, I have recovered quickly and I’m happy to go back home,” Basso said during an interview published in Gazzetta dello Sport. “I will do a series of check...
PAU, France (AP) Stunning the Tour de France on its first rest day, doctors diagnosed a tumor in the left testicle of two-time Giro d'Italia winner Ivan Basso on Monday, forcing him out of the showcase race. His former rival Lance Armstrong, who survived testicular cancer that spread to his lungs and brain, immediately tweeted his support. At age 37, Basso wasn't a contender to...
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