In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Sunweb wins women’s team time trial world title; Sunweb wins men’s team time trial world title; Mads Pedersen secures overall victory at the Tour of Denmark; Liam Bertazzo wins the Tour of China I, Joe Cooper second; Peter Sagan falls ill in world championships lead-up; Cookson, Lappartient continue campaigning ahead of UCI presidential election; Greg Henderson joins USA Cycling as endurance performance director; Manuel Quinziato on retirement and what comes next; Cobblestones to feature in 2018 Tour de France stage?
Sunweb’s Worlds TTTs, Pedersen wins Denmark, Sagan ill: CT Daily News Digest
As revealed in an interview published on CyclingTips in August, Greg Henderson has joined USA Cycling following the end of his professional racing career.
Forty-one-year-old Henderson raced this season with US Pro Continental team UnitedHealthcare, and has since called time on his career.
“We have been aggressively pursuing the world’s best leaders and specialists, and we are excited to announce another strong addition to our team,” USAC CEO Derek Bouchard-Hall said in a statement. “Greg is widely regarded for his integrity and leadership, which, combined with his deep understanding of what it takes to succeed at the highest level, will make him a powerful asset to our organisation.”
Henderson and his family have bought a house in Boulder, Colorado and expect to live there for the next few years. Henderson will be in Bergen, Norway to help the US team in the Worlds road races.
Follow the link to read the full interview at CyclingTips.