Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

June 9, 2016

In today’s CT Daily News Digest: Aru solos to Dauphiné stage victory with late-race attack, Contador retains yellow; Brenton Jones wins Korea stage, takes over lead; Motorist runs down cyclists, killing five in Michigan; Stig Broeckx finally out of danger after motorbike impact; Recovered after losing kidney, Trixi Worrack will make her return to racing this weekend; Orica-AIS and Cervélo-Bigla on skipping WordTour events in pursuit of Olympic success; 2015 UCI annual report released; LottoNL-Jumbo names Tour long-list; WADA suspends Madrid laboratory accreditation; USA Cycling testing for motorized doping; Giant-Alpecin adding development program for 2017; Dauphiné stage 3 highlights; Behind the scenes with Team Giant-Alpecin; Bora-Argon 18 altitude training camp; Huff crosses the finish line in style

Brenton Jones wins Korea stage, takes over lead

by CyclingTips

Aussie Brenton Jones (Drapac) won the fourth stage of the Tour of Korea in a field sprint ahead of then race leader Jon Aberasturi (Team UKYO) and Yevgeniy Gidich (Vino 4ever SKO). The bonus for the win gives him the overall lead in a tie-break with Aberasturi.

It was a short 85.8km stage consisting of five 16.8km laps through the city of Daejeon. Only 2km into the race, five riders broke away. But with a field sprint on the mind the peloton kept the gap well under three minutes.

In the final 10km the five still had one minute, but the peloton caught the break with 2km to go.

The win also gives Jones the points competition lead.

Another sprint stage is on tap for Thursday, but Friday’s rolling stage could see changes in the overall.

Stage 4: Daejeon > Daejeon - Stage Result

Wednesday 8th June 2016

1. au
JONES Brenton
Drapac Professional Cycling
2. es
3. kz
GIDICH Yevgeniy
Vino 4ever SKO