In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Alexander Kristoff and Marianne Vos crowned European road champions; Mikel Landa takes out the Vuelta a Burgos; Peta Mullens, Chris Jongewaard take Australian Cyclocross titles; James Hayden wins the fifth Transcontinental Race; Cameron Meyer rejoins Orica-Scott in three-year deal; Andrey Amador injured in training crash; Lucas Hamilton targeting Tour de l’Avenir success; Ruth Corset on retirement and her career of two halves; Worst race ever? CCB duo survives rough Tour of Qinghai Lake; Former British champion Tim Harris and his Belgian Seat of Learning.
Your Monday Daily News Digest
Movistar’s Andrey Amador will spend some time on the sidelines after being hit by a car in training.
The Costa Rican was riding in Barcelona on Friday when he was hit by a car that failed to stop. The 30-year-old suffered a sprained ankle and disclocated shoulder in the incident, and is likely to miss several weeks of racing.
Con ilusión d vuelta a los entrenamientos, pero me obligaron a descansar más! Culpa de un carro que no hace un stop pic.twitter.com/zLM3mLaJai
— Andrey Amador (@Andrey_Amador) August 4, 2017