Your Monday Daily News Digest

by CyclingTips

August 1, 2016

In today’s CT Daily News Digest: Mollema wins Clasica San Sebastian; Kirsten Wild wins women’s Prudential RideLondon; Boonen speeds in to win Prudential Ride London Classic; Valgren continues Tinkoff team’s overall success in Tour of Denmark; Sergiy Lagkuti wins the Tour of Qinghai Lake; Ulissi beats Yates to win Circuito de Getxo Memorial Ricardo Otxoa; Clarke triumphs on stage three of Volta a Portugal; RideLondon sportif crashes delay pro men’s race; Post-Tour crits: The pro wrestling of cycling; The inner workings of the post-Tour de France criteriums; Transcontinental No.4 has begun; Girdlestone still battling effects of severe crash: ‘The most testing 8 weeks of my life’; Altitude Training Camp 2016 – An Post Chain Reaction  

Clarke triumphs on stage three of Volta a Portugal

by VeloClub

Australian Will Clarke was best on Saturday’s third stage of the Volta a Portugal, hitting the line in Macedo de Cavaleiros two seconds clear of nearest rival Marco Frapporti (Androni Giocattoli – Sidermec) and a cool 54 seconds up on Benjamin Thomas (Equipe Cycliste Armee de Terre), Alex Diniz (Funvic Soul Cycles-Carrefour) and Micael Isidoro (Louletano-Hospital de Loule).

The result saw Rui Vinhas (W52-FC Porto-Porto Canal) take over as race leader, bumping Daniel Mestre (Efapel) down to second, three minutes 19 back.

The 2.1 event continued on Sunday with a 191.9 kilometre stage to Senhora de Graca. Spanish rider Gustavo Cesar Veloso (W52-FC Porto-Porto Canal) was best, five seconds quicker than Radio Popular Boavista’s Daniel Silva. Vinhaus finished 35 seconds back in fifth place and retained his lead. Veloso moved to second overall, two minutes 48 seconds in arrears.

The race continues until Sunday August 7.

Stage 4: Bragança > Senhora da Graça - Stage Result

Sunday 31st July 2016

1. es
VELOSO Gustavo Cesar
W52-FC Porto-Porto Canal
05:12:24
2. pt
SILVA Daniel
Rádio Popular Boavista
0:05
3. pt
BRANDãO Joni
Efapel
0:12
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