Fabian Cancellara

Cancellara moves to next stage of recovery from vertebral fracture

Having been forced to miss the spring Classics due to the transverse process fractures he suffered to two vertebrae bones of the lower back at the end of March, Fabian Cancellara has been able to resume training. The Trek Factory Racing rider fell heavily in the E3 Harelbeke race on March 27, being forced to […]


Vertebral fractures confirmed for Cancellara, Classics season over

Fabian Cancellara’s Trek Factory Racing team has confirmed that the Swiss rider has suffered fractures to his back in his crash in Friday’s E3 Harelbeke and, as a result, that his spring Classics campaign is over. Cancellara had made winning the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix again the prime targets of his season but both […]


Cancellara’s Classic season in question as rider crashes out of E3 Harelbeke

Victim of a big crash which put several riders out of the race, Fabian Cancellara has been forced to retire from the E3 Harelbeke and faces hospital scans to determine the extent of his injuries. His Trek Factory Racing directeur sportif Dirk Demol has said that the Swiss rider will be unable to ride Sunday’s […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Quintana holds on to win Tirreno-Adriatico as Cancellara takes final time trial; Mollema satisfied with time trial improvements; Cookson unimpressed with Armstrong’s plans to return to Tour de France; Welsh start and toughest ever summit finish for Tour of Britain; Blythe: I’m very impressed by […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Peter Sagan wins stage 6 of Tirreno-Adriatico; Fabian Cancellara leads criticism of snow-affected Tirreno-Adriatico stage; The Inner Ring dissects Paris-Nice; How the Race was Won – Paris-Nice; Marianne Vos will miss the next two World Cup rounds; Sick of Lance Armstrong stories?; The Japanese Odyssey; […]


Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the Daily News Digest: Cancellara wins stage two of Tour of Oman; Meersman scoops first stage of Volta ao Algarve; Contador holds race lead heading into day two of Vuelta a Andalucia; 1984 world champion Claude Criquielion passes away at 58 years of age; Deep muscular injury for Frank Schleck after […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Alexander Kristoff takes a second stage win at the Tour of Qatar; Diego Ulissi to return to competition at the Tour of the Basque Country; Cancellara – retirement is approaching, but I’m enjoying the sport 100 times more than three years ago; Andy Schleck takes […]


Cancellara indicates retirement is approaching, says he’s enjoying the sport 100 times more than three years ago

Having suggested in the past that he is likely to retire after the end of the 2016 season, Fabian Cancellara has once again stated that his career is inching towards a conclusion. Speaking to Sporza, the Swiss Trek Factory Racing rider said that he can feel his age on the bike but does what he […]


Kittel, Haussler and Gilbert turn thoughts to Tour of Qatar

After winning performances in Australia in January, Marcel Kittel and Heinrich Haussler are travelling to another warm location prior to knuckling down to racing in Europe, and will next target strong rides in the Tour of Qatar. Both riders have been confirmed for the race, which begins on February 8 and runs for six days. […]


Rocacorba Daily

Marcel Kittel sprints to victory in the Tour Down Under People’s Choice Classic; Melissa Hoskins makes it two-from-two for Orica-AIS at Santos Women’s Tour; Jamildes Fernandes wraps up Tour Femenino de San Luis; Tour Down Under preview and favourites; Haussler confident heading into Santos Tour Down Under: “I’m happy with my form”; Robert Power signs […]