Fabian Cancellara

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In today’s edition of the Daily News Digest: Valverde outpaces Sagan to take stage four of Vuelta a España; Gerard takes stage one of Tour du Poitou-Charentes; Vekemans triumphs on stage three of Trophée d’Or Féminin; Kragh Andersen takes his second stage win in the Tour de l’Avenir; Chaves holds red jersey on tricky day; […]


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In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Sagan takes first Grand Tour stage win in two years on day three of Vuelta a España; Rachel Neylan wins stage 2 of the Trophee d’Or Feminin, takes overall lead; Tom Bohli leads the Tour de l’Avenir after three stages; Cancellara out of Vuelta a […]


Cancellara out of Vuelta a España: “It was probably one of my hardest days”

Fabian Cancellara’s season to forget continued Monday when, after several days of suffering from stomach problems, the Swiss rider withdrew from the Vuelta a España. As was the case on Sunday’s second stage, the Trek Factory Racing rider got into difficulty and was dropped. While he was able to get through stage two, albeit almost […]


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In today’s edition of the Daily News Digest: Pelucchi triumphs again in Tour de Pologne, Kittel retains yellow; Boom wins stage one of the Tour of Denmark; Kocjan sprints to victory on stage two of the Tour of Utah; Mont Ventoux tipped to return to Tour de France in 2016; Commentary: Oleg Tinkov’s racist tweet; […]


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In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Greipel wins final stage of TdF; Anna Van der Breggen wins Le Course; Protester stands in middle of the peloton; Car smashes through barrier on Champs-Elysees; Trek Factory Racing confirms interest in signing Cavendish; Cancellara may ride one more Tour de France before retirement; Richie […]


Trek Factory Racing: Cancellara may ride one more Tour de France before retirement

Although Fabian Cancellara said on the day he left the Tour de France that it was quite possibly his final participation in the event, his Trek Factory Racing team has confirmed that the Swiss rider might yet still line out in the event next season. Cancellara took yellow after stage two to Zeeland but crashed […]

Carnage follows stage 3: Gerrans, Dumoulin and Bonnet abandon Tour de France due to crash, Cancellara injured

HUY, Belgium (CT) – Former stage winner and past yellow jersey Simon Gerrans (Orica GreenEdge) was one of several riders forced to retire from the Tour de France Monday due to a big crash which occurred approximately 58 kilometres from the finish. Also amongst those who are out are William Bonnet (FDJ) and the best […]


Greipel wins sprint battle for stage 2 of Tour de France, Cancellara takes over yellow jersey

ZEELAND, The Netherlands (CT) – Andre Griepel drew first blood in the battle of the sprinters on day two of the Tour de France, coming off Mark Cavendish’s wheel after the Etixx – Quick-Step rider jumped with just over 200 metres to go. Greipel – who was once a team-mate of Cavendish with the HTC […]


Injury woes rule Schleck out of Tour de France, Trek Factory Racing announces squad

Third, fourth and fifth in the past, a double stage winner and a former leader of the race, any possibility of Frank Schleck adding to his palmares in the Tour de France has been dashed with the announcement that he will miss this year’s event. He and the Trek Factory Racing team announced Tuesday that […]


UCI hour record: no upcoming attempts by Cancellara or Dowsett

With Bradley Wiggins adding a full 1.589 kilometres to the previous UCI hour record of Alex Dowsett on Sunday, some are predicting that the mark could stand for a long time. Wiggins himself has called on others to take on the new record, saying that it is better for the credibility of the test if […]