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Your Saturday Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

August 13, 2016

In Saturday’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Neben doubles wins at Route de France; van Poppel wins tough sprint in Norway; Sam Oomen takes first pro win at Tour de l’Ain; Modolo wins sprint in Czech Tour; Hanselmann soloes to win at Ladies Tour of Norway; Losing gold: Annemiek van Vleuten’s first TV interview since Olympics crash; WorldTour roadie showdown slated for Leadville 100 MTB Race; Degenkolb anticipating improvement as he and de Kort sign for Trek-Segafredo; LottoNL-Jumbo extends van Emden, signs Tolhoek; Bahrain Merida signs Visconti, Boaro; Team GB track teams come out swinging; UCI responds to threat over TTT world championship boycott; Meares ready for grueling Olympic track schedule; Study determines amount of bacteria in your bidons; Injured cyclist told by medics to find own way home; Power poles left in middle of bike lane; Ryan Seacrest brings Kristin Armstrong a birthday cake

Neben doubles wins at Route de France

by CyclingTips

Amber Neben extended her lead at the Route de France, winning the fourth stage by 18 seconds ahead of Janneke Ensing (Parkhotel Valkenburg) and Carlee Taylor (Team Liv-Plantur). Tayler Wiles (ORICA-AIS) moved up to second overall but is nearly a minute down on Neben.

The stage was the first mountain test of the race with a 6km long climb to the finish.

“Neben was super strong on the climb and it was a pretty solid finishing climb, around six kilometres and probably nine or ten percent,” said ORICA-AIS sport director Gene Bates.

“Tayler did really well and is in good spirits and good shape. The girls will support her as best they can for the final two days and we will see how best we can come out of it. She’ll certainly give it a red hot crack.

“Tomorrow is going to be important and another tough day with two category one climbs and a category two climb to finish with.”

Stage 5: Bourbonne les Bains > La Bresse - Stage Result

Friday 12th August 2016

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Parkhotel Valkenburg
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Team Liv-Plantur

Today’s feature image comes from the opening day of the Rio Olympic track events.

  • Cameron Harris

    Saturday Rococorba!

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  • Dave

    A couple of things struck me when I was watching the track races this morning.

    1. How good would it be if the pursuit was ridden without the assistance of coaches calling the pace!

    2. Time for standardised bikes in all track competitions, the amount of money being spent in each Olympic cycle is starting to get ridiculous. Perhaps the Japanese Keirin Association should take over this part of the sport’s governance from the UCI.

  • warnschild

    As with plates, mugs and cutlery, I always put my waterbottles into the dishwasher (after every use), so I don’t think we’ve got a problem here. Whey should anyone have?

    Reminds me of the bacteria-in-clothes discussion: If you wash it after every use like every sensible person would, you won’t have a problem.

    And you don’t need to be a pro(s budget) to know and do that.

  • Anto, NZ

    So do Trek-Segafredo think that Degenkolb is the next Cancellara?

  • Evelyn Xie

    Sharing this Patent Prodcut to you, one amazing bike lock.
    Get one at $ 31, then you can go to watch Olympic games without worry theft against your bike.


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