Fabian Cancellara

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In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Kirsten Wild wins stage 1 of the Ladies Tour of Qatar; Chris Froome ahead of Sun Tour season debut – “I’m not too sure what to expect”; Froome reacts to motorised doping revelations; Wiggins and Cancellara weigh in on hidden motors scandal; Marianne Vos on mechanical […]


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In today’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Peter Kennaugh wins the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race; Amanda Spratt claims the Cadel Evans Women’s Race; Cyclocross world titles for Wout van Aert, Thalita De Jong, Eli Iserbyt and Evie Richards; Greipel wins again at the Challenge Mallorca, Cancellara and Brambilla also on the […]


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In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Additional surgery required for Degenkolb after Giant-Alpecin training crash; Adriano Malori out of his coma in Argentina; Peter Sagan previews Olympics course, Rio only one goal in a big season; Quintana – ‘We continue dreaming of the yellow jersey’; Teams announced for first-ever Women’s WorldTour […]


How Sean Kelly rates Cancellara, Sagan and Martin’s chances for the Spring Classics

Fabian Cancellara is coming back from a year plagued by injury and bad luck but, as the Swiss rider heads into what could well be his final season, Sean Kelly has said he believes that he could well go out in style. The former world number one was speaking at the An Post Chainreaction training […]


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In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Campbell Flakemore quits cycling; BMC Racing Team comments on Flakemore’s decision to retire; Fabian Cancellara confirms 2016 will be his last season; Contador’s 2016 season plan outlined – Is this the route to a final Tour de France victory?; Debt-riddled RCS Sport to sell races?; […]


“Cycling is only one part of my life” – Cancellara confirms 2016 season will be his last

An era will be drawing to a close in less than 12 months time, with Fabian Cancellara confirming that he has just one more season left in the professional peloton. The Swiss rider, who has raced as a professional since 2001 and has one of the most impressive palmares in the bunch, has also said […]


Cancellara makes early return to racing in order to boost 2016 prospects

He’s had a season to forget, with spine-fracturing crashes in the E3 Prijs Harelbeke and the Tour de France scuppering two of his big season goals, and illness in the Vuelta a España putting him out early on and making his world championship goals impossible. However, despite saying in early September that he didn’t have […]


A blast from the past: current and former pros as juniors

Over the next two days the best junior and U23 riders in the world will take to the streets of Richmond with the aim of becoming road race world champion. And some of the riders that are successful this weekend will surely go on to star in the pro ranks in the years to come. […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Van Poppel returns after late puncture to scoop victory on stage 12 of the Vuelta a España; Michael Matthews wins stage 2 of the Tour of Alberta; Lauren Hall claims stage 3 of the Boels Rental Ladies Tour; Lauren Stephens wins stage 2 of the […]


Cancellara ends season prior to world championships: “I don’t have batteries anymore for a third come-back”

The world championships may have been one of his biggest goals of the season but a spate of bad luck this year and low morale have prompted Fabian Cancellara to thrown the towel in on 2015 and to instead take a break and plan towards 2016. “Physically I could probably go on and race the […]