Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

June 10, 2016

In today’s CT Daily News Digest: Boasson Hagen dedicates Dauphiné stage win to injured Dimension Data development rider; Domagalski dominates Tour of Korea stage; Nizzolo wins GP du canton d’Argovie; Commentary: Bahrain prince’s torture allegations too big for cycling to ignore; Lachlan Morton: “I’d like to have another shot at the WorldTour”; Kwiatkowski battles sickness at Dauphine; British MP calls annual parliamentary cycle ride ‘foolish’; Wiggins crashes local cycling club time trial; New bicycle ‘bell’ emails mayor when in danger; Ride of silence for cyclists killed in Michigan; Criterium du Dauphiné stage 4 recap; Chris Froome on failure; Post-ride cookie recipe (and warm-down)

Domagalski dominates Tour of Korea stage

by CyclingTips

Karol Domagalski (One Pro Cycling) stamped his authority on the Tour of Korea, riding to a solo victory on the fifth stage and finishing two minutes ahead of the field. The stage win gives him the overall lead and a chance at overall victory.

Domagalski and teammate Pete Williams were in the main breakaway of six riders that eventually reduced to three. Later it reduced to just the duo of Domagalski and Williams.

Williams then buried himself in the waning kilometres to set-up the solo finish for his teammate.

Opposite of convention the race officials allowed team DS Matt Winston to drive past the caravan deviation and follow his rider into the finish line to witness the feat. “It was an emotional and very proud moment for everyone involved,” he said.

Yevgeniy Gidich (Vino 4ever SKO) lead the peloton in for the field sprint, while One added to it tally as Christopher Opie took the final podium place in third.

Stage 5: Daejeon > Asan - Stage Result

Thursday 9th June 2016

1. pl
One Pro Cycling
2. kz
GIDICH Yevgeniy
Vino 4ever SKO
3. gb
OPIE Christopher
One Pro Cycling