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by Mark Zalewski
March 11, 2017
In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Simon Yates solos to Paris-Nice stage win; Sagan wins uphill field sprint at Tirreno-Adriatico; Team Sky and the mystery of the exploding wheels at Tirreno-Adriatico; Report into British Cycling to confirm a ‘culture of fear’; Brailsford has no intention of quitting Team Sky; Longo Borghini alters schedule to race Ronde van Drenthe; Bouhanni to race Nokere Koerse; New stage race set for South Africa in early 2018; USA Cycling moves cyclocross nationals back to December date for 2018; WADA could add caffeine to prohibited list; 2017 Paris-Nice: Stage 6 highlights; One-Legged BMXer Julián Molina shreds harder than you.
Cofidis’ sprinter Nacer Bouhanni is revising his scheduled and will now race Nokere Koerse. The Frenchman abandoned the first stage of Paris-Nice amidst brutal weather conditions.
“On Paris-Nice, I really went to the end of my strength,” he said. “It’s never a pleasure to give up. It was necessary to review the approach of Milan-Sanremo.”
The team said Bouhanni has spent the past few days recovering from illness that resulted from riding in the weather at Paris-Nice.
“I recovered my feeling on the bike. I will do a big training ride on Saturday and I will be at Nokere Koerse Wednesday. I am looking forward to watching my teammates at Paris-Nice and I am looking forward to see them again.”