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Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

July 29, 2016

In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Cort wins uphill sprint in Tour of Denmark, stage 2; Mestre wins sprint on stage 1 of Vuelta a Portugal; Mareczko adds second stage win at Tour of Qinghai Lake; Rio Olympics: UCI pursuing 3 possible Russian doping cases but will allow 11 others to compete; Brian Cookson Interview: Team size revision, Tour anti-doping, disc-brake ban and more; Reengineering the Tour de France; Pro cyclist group pushes back against WorldTour reforms; Questions raised over Wiggins’ charity; Sources: Roche to BMC; Rio athletes could face troubles with unofficial sponsors; Tour of Qinghai Lake, stage 9 highlights; Best of on-board cameras with Team Sky; Life on the Tour: CyclingTips 2016 Tour de France Vlog, part 5

Cort wins uphill sprint in Tour of Denmark, stage 2

by Mark Zalewski

Magnus Cort (Team PostNord Danmark) out-sprinted Moreno Hofland (LottoNL – Jumbo) and Daniele Benatti (Tinkoff). The ORICA-BikeExchange rider is guest riding for his home country team.

LottoNL-Jumbo drove the pace inside the final 10km. With one 6.2km finish circuit to go LottoNL sat up and Astana came through, along with Virtu Pro Veloconcept.

Lars Boom (Astana) put in a strong solo attack on an uphill with 2.3km to go, using the narrow and winding parcours to his advantage. Other riders tried to come across, with Tinkoff’s Pavel Brut doing just that and passing Boom.

But a solo win was not to be, and the slight uphill finish produce a slow-motion field sprint that saw Cort take it with the bike throw on the line ahead of Hofland and Bennati.

Bennati remains in the overall and points leaders’ jerseys.

Stage 2: Rømø > Sønderborg - Stage Result

Thursday 28th July 2016

1. dk
Team Postnord Danmark
2. nl
Team LottoNL - Jumbo
3. it

Today’s feature image comes from stage 21 of the Tour de France.

  • adam

    Sir Brad. Sigh. Sounds too much like the Warne Foundation.

    • jules


      • Bex

        very, really expected more from him. I’m always skeptical of these ‘charities’ setup by famous people for a particular cause. unfortunately it seems more often than not it’s with good reason (the skepticism).

        • Lisavwinder

          <<o. ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????:::::::!!bt224p:….,

  • sumorider

    The thing about charities is…

    • Andy B

      they give people that dont like responsibility a job

  • markpa

    All the hours of on board footage that would have been recorded and that’s the best bits in 1:29?
    Realise there are many hours of the backside in front footage but that’s not going to be an income stream for Velon.

  • jon

    The 2016 Olympic Game is slowly becoming a farce.

    • Stefan Eckardt

      Already has been that for a while…..


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