Andrew Talansky

Daily News Digest

In today’s CT Daily News Digest: Dries de Bondt wins Halle-Ingooigem; LottoNL-Jumbo team demands apology over hidden motor claims against Roglic; Despite Olympic selection, Dimension Data wants Cavendish to complete Tour; Strava report debunks myth that women; Talansky re-signs with Cannondale, skipping Tour; Team Sky Tour de France roster; BMC Tour de France roster; LottoNL-Jumbo for …

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With van Garderen out, what will US men’s Olympic team look like in Rio?

With Thursday’s news that American Tejay van Garderen withdrew his name from consideration for the U.S. Olympic road team due to concerns about the Zika virus, questions immediately were raised about what the composition of the squad might look like. Because of its relatively low nation ranking, the U.S. earned only two spots for the …

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Announcing the Weekly CyclingTips Podcast!

It’s been a long time in planning and we’re proud to announce that CyclingTips has finally got a podcast! And we’re not just doing this to be one of the crowd. We believe this will be the most unique cycling podcast in existence and will often be so interesting that it will transcend cycling. There’s …

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Dennis wins California time trial, but Alaphilippe hangs on to GC lead

On Friday in Folsom, Rohan Dennis added to his long list of accomplishments racing against the clock, putting an Amgen Tour of California stage win alongside his Hour Record, national title, and Tour de France stage victory. This win, however, could have been sweeter, as Dennis was unable to unseat race leader Julian Alaphilippe (Etixx-QuickStep) …

A conversation with Andrew Talansky: “The journey isn’t always what you expect”

FOLSOM, CA (CT) — He’s won the Criterium du Dauphiné. He’s been second at the Tour de Romandie. He’s been national time trial champion, and finished in the top 10 of the Tour de France and Vuelta a España. And he’s still only 27 years old. But in the cutthroat “what have you done for me …

Daily News Digest

In today’s CT Daily News Digest: Izaguirre wins snowy Tour of Romandie prologue; Greipel wins crazy third stage in Tour of Turkey; Hidden motors: Van den Dreissche banned for six years, stripped of European and Belgian Under 23 titles; Opinion: How the UCI and manufacturers collectively bungled the disc brake trial; Seven talking points from the …

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US men receive only two Olympic road spots: What went wrong, and what it means

When the start gun for the Olympic men’s road race is fired on August 6, there will be 144 riders lined up to start. Two of these men will be from the United States. Given that other nations will field the maximum of five riders in Rio de Janeiro, the U.S. will be at a significant …

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Cannondale presents “strategically designed” 2016 squad

With many of the team’s riders taking the start of races on two different continents, the Cannondale Pro Cycling Team presented its 2016 squad Monday, via a live stream webcast. The video, hosted by race announcer Brad Sohner and former professional racer Tim Johnson, included an overview of the team, several rider interviews, and a …

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Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Froome’s Sky backup named in bid for second Tour; Bouhanni hopeful of Tour de France start; Cannondale-Garmin reveals Tour de France team and kit; Mark Cavendish reports injured shoulder from British national championships; Zwift and Richmond 2015 world championship organisers partner to offer interactive digital …

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Vaughters on Cannondale-Garmin’s Tour approach: “Mix it up a bit, throw in some crazy tactics”

Heading towards the Tour de France with three strong riders likely to share top billing, Cannondale-Garmin’s CEO Jonathan Vaughters has promised an aggressive approach, with the American team looking to shake up the more controlled tactics favoured by the big GC teams. Cannondale-Garmin has employed such a strategy in the past, most notably on stage …

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