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Your Saturday Daily News Digest

In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: BMC wins Eneco TTT, Dennis back into lead; How pro cycling is inching closer to a 21st Century viewing experience; Wout van Aert cracks big toe in Vegas race, uncertain for Iowa; Cancellara, Cummings hacked TUE data released; Wiggins to appear on Andrew Marr Show over TUE leak; Ben Hermans …

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Your Friday Daily News Digest

In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Sagan doubles wins in Eneco Tour; Colbrelli wins Coppa Sabatini; Wout van Aert, Sophie de Boer win first World Cup in Vegas; Boonen crashes out of Eneco Tour; Thomas Voeckler will retire after 2017 Tour de France; UCI pledges to improve rider security at races; How Cross Vegas became a …

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Your Thursday Daily News Digest

In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Break gives it up in the finale as Sagan wins Eneco stage sprint; Bennett wins stage, Bennati overall at Giro della Toscana; A chat with the champ: Wout Van Aert, on top of the world in Las Vegas; British Cycling names long list for worlds; 2017 UnitedHealthcare men’s team focusing …

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UCI lobbying WADA to ban Tramadol

With the use of grey area performance-enhancing substances in the news after the leak of Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) data from WADA, including details of corticosteroid injections by Bradley Wiggins, the spotlight is on other such substances. One of the most contentious is the painkiller Tramadol, which is a potent painkiller. It is currently not …

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Your Wednesday Daily News Digest

In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Dennis wins Eneco Tour time trial; Visconti attacks late to win Giro della Toscana opener; UCI lobbying WADA to ban Tramadol; David Millar says drugs used by Wiggins should be banned; More cyclists medical data leaked by hackers; Doug Ryder to fight to remain in WorldTour; New company looks to …

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Your Tuesday Daily News Digest

In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Groenewegen wins Eneco Tour opener; Team Sky TUE controversy: Why one medical expert has real concerns; Trek CX Cup serves as appetizer for US World Cups; Arashiro signs with Bahrain-Merida; Cycling Australia high performance head resigns; Rio 2016: Heartbreak to Acceptance; A closer look at the Victoria bill supporting a …

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Your Monday Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Peter Sagan wins the inaugural European Championships road race; Anna van der Breggen wins at the European Championships; Fernando Gaviria takes out the Primus Classic Impanis – Van Petegem; Joe Cooper and Lucy Kennedy win at the National Capital Tour; Iranian Paralympian dies after road race crash; Tour de l’Avenir winner David …

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TUE controversy: Wiggins defends previous claims that he never received injections

Seeking to explain the contradiction between a 2012 claim that he hadn’t used needles in cycling and this week’s leaked Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) proving he had received injections of a corticosteroid in 2011, 2012 and 2013, Bradley Wiggins has issued a statement on the matter. The controversy arose on Wednesday when Russian hackers published …

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Your Saturday Daily News Digest

In today’s CT Daily News Digest: Dupont wins Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen; A defiant Tejay van Garderen responds to critics after Tour, Vuelta disappointments; Prioritising life at home, Chloe Hosking leaves Wiggle High5, joins Alé Cipollini Galassia with flexible race schedule; Jack Bobridge pondering retirement as his season comes to an early close; Roche targeting end of …

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Roche targeting end of season Italian events

Normally running low on reserves after doing the Vuelta a España, Nicolas Roche is seeing the advantages of a lighter post-Tour programme as the weeks tick down to the end of the season. The Irish Team Sky rider missed several weeks due to a bout of pneumonia after the Rio Olympic Games. He was unable …

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