Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

June 15, 2016

In today’s CT Daily News Digest: Richeze wins tight Suisse sprint; Judge rules that Operacion Puerto blood bags can finally be handed over; UCI, WADA to push for identification of Puerto athletes; Interview: Why Phil Gaimon believes Danielson wasn’t doping; Keagan Girdlestone out of coma and breathing unassisted; Dot watching – The Trans Am and the Tour Divide; Rio velodrome not ready until mid-July; UK Anti-Doping admits failures in Dan Stevens case; Copeland to manage new Bahrain team; Fabio Felline set to return to racing; Chris Anker Sørensen speaks of Tinkoff team exit; Cycling media loses valued member; Leah Kirchman extends with Liv-Plantur; Is cycling more harmful to the environment than a car?; Aviva Women’s Tour Of Britain Preview; Brandon Semenuk pins it for 100 seconds; Danny Van Poppel makes incredible save, is fined by commissaires 

Fabio Felline set to return to racing

by CyclingTips

Trek-Segafredo’s Fabio Felline, who suffered a nasty crash in the neutral section of the Amstel Gold Race in April, will be returning to racing later this month. The 26-year-old from Piedmonte suffered a fracture at the base of his skull from the incident.

Felline is set to take the start of the Italian national time trial championships on 22 June. He is expected to also start the road race the following Sunda if all goes well in the time trial.

From there the team will determine the rest of the his race programme for the 2016 season.

Felline turned professional in 2010 and joined the Trek-sponsored team in 2014.

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