Roman Kreuziger

Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Guardini wins stage one of the Tour of Oman; Boonen frustrated to miss victory but shows Classic form is coming; With high ambitions, Contador and Basso to get season underway Wednesday; World champion Kwiatkowski gunning for repeat victory in Volta ao Algarve; Armstrong lawyers respond […]

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US Postal doping affair: CAS sets dates for cases involving Bruyneel, Martí and Celaya

It’s been a full eight months since WADA announced that it would appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in an attempt to secure longer bans from cycling for former US Postal manager Johan Bruyneel and two team staff. A date has now been set for that legal battle. CAS released a list […]

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Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Armstrong loses court case, ordered to pay ten million dollars to SCA Promotions; Criquielion fighting for life after suffering stroke; Bradley Wiggins to attempt hour in London in June; Contador declares he will retire after 2016 season; wants year that is ‘better than 2009’; Tour […]

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Tour de France mountains jersey winner Majka and Kreuziger named for Tour of Oman

Making his season debut after a very successful 2014, Rafal Majka has been named the leader of the Tinkoff-Saxo lineup for the Tour of Oman. Majka won two stages plus the points classification in the Tour de France, and also took sixth overall in the Giro d’Italia plus two stages and the overall in the […]

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Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Rohan Dennis wins the Tour Down Under, Wouter Wippert claims final stage; Dani Diaz wins the Tour de San Luis, Mark Cavendish wins final stage; UCI backtracks on ranking and points system for 2015; Roman Kreuziger undergoes polygraph to prove innocence; Samuel Sanchez re-signs with […]

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Rocacorba Daily

In today’s edition of the Rocacorba news digest: Ewan and Weening to lead Orica GreenEdge team hopes in Le Tour de Langkawi; Kittel calls for more doping controls before key events, backs prison terms; Petacchi prolongs career with former Neri Sottoli squad, team now named Southeast Pro Cycling; Kreuziger case: UCI contradicts Tinkoff Saxo team […]

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Kreuziger case: UCI contradicts Tinkoff Saxo team assertion that it hasn’t filed documentation

The UCI has answered claims by Tinkoff Saxo team manager Stefano Feltrin that it and WADA are responsible for the delays in Roman Kreuziger’s biological passport case, saying that suggestions it has not filed documentation are untrue. Earlier this week Feltrin told Cyclingnews that Kreuziger was still waiting for a hearing date and that the […]

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The Week in Bike #47 – Who Pays?

Who’s going to be in the WorldTour next year? How should the WorldTour even work? Who’ll support this team? How about all these doping positives? Pretty much every question in cycling boils down, in terms of accountability or in terms of revenue, to “Who Pays?”, and the answer isn’t always so clear or simple. We […]

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Director General David Howman: How WADA is continuing to battle doping in cycling

World Anti Doping Agency Director General David Howman has confirmed a new weapon in the fight against doping, namely a rule due to come into existence on January 1 under which penalties will apply to anyone working with banned personnel, with those who have otherwise been found to have engaged in doping-related activities and even […]

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Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Kreuziger’s public defence raises further questions about biological passport doping case; Froome drops Giro plans: “The Tour will remain my main focus for 2015”; Boasson Hagen chasing success in Paris-Roubaix, Tour de France and worlds; Duarte inks deal to remain with Team Colombia; Graeme Brown […]

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