Michael Matthews

Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: John Degenkolb wins Paris-Roubaix; Joaquim Rodriguez wins Vuelta al Pais Vasco; Lisa Brennauer wins Energiewacht Tour; Ramunas Navardauskas wins Circuit Cycliste Sarthe; Alex Edmondson wins U23 Tour of Flanders; Paddy Bevin wins men’s Jayco Adelaide Tour; Michaela Parsons wins women’s Jayco Adelaide Tour; UCI to […]

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Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Michael Matthews wins Vuela al Pais Vasco opener; Roxanne Fournier claims GP de Dottignies; Peter Stetina seriously injured in crash at Pais Vasco; Kristoff hopes to equal Hushovd’s achievements, now targeting Roubaix; 13 cycling monstrosities from eBay; How the Race was Won — Tour of […]

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McEwen on Ewan: “Who knows how far he can go?”

He’s a three time winner of the Tour de France’s green jersey and also clocked up twelve stage wins during his long professional career. Robbie McEwen is one of Australia’s best-ever riders and has given a thumbs up to what he has seen thus far from Caleb Ewan in his debut pro season. “He is […]

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Matthews on Milan-San Remo chances: “I definitely have the form”

When he said several months ago that he was completely changing his pre-season build-up, opting not to train and race in Australia during the winter months, it seemed like a big gamble for Michael Matthews. However, feeling confident after a stage win and the points jersey in Paris-Nice, the Orica GreenEdge rider believes he is […]

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Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Michael Matthews wins stage 3 of Paris-Nice, takes overall lead; Adriano Malori wins Tirreno-Adriatico prologue; Andrea Guardini takes a third stage win at the Tour de Langkawi, Ewan maintains overall lead; CIRC report – Kimmage ‘would be astonished’ if Verbruggen lawsuit continues; Gerrans’ Spring Classics […]

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Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Diego Ulissi to face disciplinary committee next month; Michael Matthews to skip Australian summer of racing; Simon Gerrans wins Oppy Medal as Australia’s best cyclist of 2014; Cycling Australia’s Tour de France Team of the Century; Kenny van Hummel announces retirement; FDJ reveals 2015 kit; […]

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Michael Matthews on worlds: “We’ll play cards on both our strengths”

Winner of stages in both the Giro d’Italia and Vuelta a España this year, Michael Matthews is determined to add a world championship medal to that tally, either for himself or for one of his Australia team-mates. The green and gold squad is expected to mount a very strong campaign this year, with former world […]

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Stephens, Matthews concerned at Bouhanni sprint; race judges were split on decision

Orica GreenEdge directeur sportif Neil Stephens has confirmed that the team had issues with the manoeuvre by Nacer Bouhanni inside the final 50 metres of Saturday’s stage of the race, a sideways swerve which forced Michael Matthews to back off on his sprint and may have cost him the win. Matthews was the only rider […]

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Bouhanni takes his second Vuelta stage with verve and a swerve

Taking a somewhat meandering route to the line, Nacer Bouhanni nonetheless emerged as the winner of stage eight of the Vuelta a España on Saturday in Albacete. The FDJ sprinter jumped early, catching out Peter Sagan (Cannondale) and green jersey wearer John Degenkolb (Giant Shimano), and opening a gap of two lengths on stage three […]

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Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Degenkolb outpaces depleted main bunch to win stage four of Vuelta, Matthews holds red; Two year deal reported for Boasson Hagen, team identity to be revealed Wednesday; Kreuziger case to be heard on September 11, verdict due September 22; Contador on leg recovery: ‘Motivated but […]

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