Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

April 15, 2016

In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: McClay wins GP de Denain; Johansson wins Euskal Emakumeen, stage 1; By the numbers: What it takes to win Paris-Roubaix; UCI makes it official: disc brake use is suspended pending further talks; Eddy Merckx: Disc brakes too dangerous for racing; How to beat the dreaded post race blues; Adriano Malori continues to improve; Philippe Gilbert to race Amstel Gold; WADA amends position on meldonium positives; Three Weeks To The Giro; Profile: Velocio’s Tayler Wiles; 1 in 20 among Melbourne roads closed this Sunday morning; Boonen on the 2016 Paris-Roubaix

Adriano Malori continues to improve

by CyclingTips

Early in the race season at the Tour de San Luis, Movistar’s Adriano Malori suffered a severe crash. Two months since the Italian is making progress towards a full recovery, recently tweeting that he is back riding on the trainer.

“I felt really comfortable when I got on my bike for the first time after the accident, even if it wasn’t on the road,” said Malori. “For me, this is like starting over again – the second part of my professional career. My recovery is going quickly: just thinking how I was one and a half months ago and at this moment… it gives me goosebumps.”

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