Christian Prudhomme

Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: E3 Harelbeke course shortened for 2016, new cobbles added; Prudhomme – ‘Reducing riders will open up the race’; Armstrong – ‘If there was an equivalent to EPO today, everyone in cycling would be on it’; Wiggins on bulking up for Rio; December 20 deadline for […]


Race organisers reject UCI reforms and call for a decrease in team race squad sizes

The planned reform of the cycling calendar announced in September now has a question mark over it after the International Association of Cycling Race Organisers (AIOCC) voted against it at its annual general meeting. Chaired by Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme, whose ASO company organises that race plus many key calendar events, the group […]

Rocacorba Daily

In today’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily: Garcia scoops victory on stage three of women’s Tour de San Luis, Barnes holds lead; Froome: The thoughts of Contador training push me to work harder; Prudhomme believes Vuelta’s La Course race for women could still go ahead; More details emerge about Wiggins’ racing programme; Former Tour of […]


Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Kittel – “Cavendish is still a very good sprinter…he is enemy number one”; David Millar left out of Garmin-Sharp Tour de France squad; Ted King returns to the Tour de France to support Peter Sagan; Movistar announces Tour de France team in support of Valverde; […]


News Shorts – Jan 25, 2012

I never want to chase the news but I always enjoy talking about the news. From this Wednesday onwards a mystery journalist who will go by the name of “Le Grimpeur” will be reporting on selected news snippets of the week to keep you abreast of what’s happening in pro cycling.