Simon Gerrans

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In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Simon Gerrans out of Australian Nationals, Tour Down Under after training crash; Michael Rogers to lead Tinkoff-Saxo into the Santos Tour Down Under; New Abu Dhabi Tour confirmed, first edition to be held in October 2015; Tour de Yorkshire confirmed for 2015; Stage 6 of […]


Simon Gerrans out of Nationals, Tour Down Under after training crash

Liege-Bastogne-Liege winner Simon Gerrans (Orica-GreenEdge) will miss the chance to defend his Australian National Road Race and Santos Tour Down Under titles in January after crashing in training yesterday. Gerrans broke his left collarbone while mountain biking, having finished a training ride on the road earlier in the day. “About half way through my mountain […]


How The Season Was Won 2014

There’s more to cycling than crossing the line first—yes, winning is important, but providing critical team support, functioning well under a variety of racing conditions, and keeping the sport exciting and enjoyable to watch throughout the year are all important, too. After all, cycling’s business structure is built on the idea that people are watching. With that in mind, […]


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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; […]


Cycling Australia announces 2015 Road Nationals schedule

Cycling Australia has released the schedule for the 2015 Road National Championships with the race meet set to feature several changes from previous years. Competition will begin on the evening of Wednesday January 7 when the riders take to the main street of Ballarat, Victoria for the criterium championships. The Road Nationals have traditionally started […]

Jayco Herald Sun Tour funding and course announcement

A new three year partnership between the Victorian Government and the Jayco Herald Sun Tour was announced today by Premier Denis Napthine. The 2015 event will be staged from Wednesday 4th to Sunday 8th February and is a UCI 2.1 level event. “I am pleased to announce the Victorian Government will extend its funding for […]

Gerrans: ‘At the end of the day, I was beaten by a better rider’

He finished just one second behind Michal Kwiatkowski, one second off the elite world road race title, but Simon Gerrans has said that he has accepted the outcome of Sunday’s race. Gerrans was quickest out of the chase group which raced in behind the Polish victor, and might have won had that cluster of riders […]


Kwiatkowski’s initiative pays off with solo world championship victory

Taking a brilliant solo win, Polish rider Michal Kwiatkowski rescued the world road race championships for his Omega Pharma QuickStep team, ensuring that the squad would take a gold medal out of the Ponferrada races. Although Kwiatkowski was racing for his national team, Omega Pharma-QuickStep manager Patrick Lefevere had said beforehand that he saw the […]


Simon Gerrans out of Tour de France

Although he had hoped to repeat his stage win of twelve months ago and was yet to do so, Simon Gerrans has taken the decision to withdraw from this year’s Tour de France. The Australian rider completed stage 16 in the Pyrenees but will not take the start of Wednesday’s 17th stage. “Obviously it’s disappointing […]

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In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Contador travels back to Madrid for medical assessment – Vuelta not likely; Fabian Cancellara abandons Tour de France to prepare for World Championships; Richie Porte the next Steven Bradbury?; Marianne Vos at Tour de France to promote women’s cycling; Elizabeth Armitstead wins stage 1 of […]