Your Tuesday Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

April 25, 2017

In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Mitchelton-Scott: How GreenEdge plans to bring Chinese riders, and sponsors, to the WorldTour; Huffman, Wiles win Tour of the Gila; Scarponi to be buried Tuesday, in cycling kit; Impey breaks collarbone in Liege crash; Vansummeren joins Synergy Baku as advisor; Averin suspended for positive maldonium test; Chad Young in stable condition after bad crash at Gila; Meeusen moves up switch from Telenet-Fidea to Beobank Corendon; Lefevere acquitted for tax irregularities involving prize money; Grafton to Inverell to feature women’s category; Black Key Bulls, Kappa Alpha Theta win Little 500 titles; Watch a Little 500 rider exchange; 2017 UCI Women’s WorldTour – Liège-Bastogne-Liège highlights.

Impey breaks collarbone in Liege crash

by CyclingTips

Daryl Impey (ORICA-Scott) broke his collarbone in a crash during Sunday’s Liège-Bastogne-Liège. The South African announced on social media that he will undergo surgery tomorrow.


“Not a good end to Liege yesterday!” he wrote. “Surgery tomorrow and the big build up begins again. Used to it by now!”

The six-time and current South African TT champion won a stage at the Tour of Catalonia earlier this month and finished 18th at the Amstel Gold Race last weekend.

He was set to race the Tour de Yorkshire starting this weekend but will obviously have to scratch those plans. However, he should be able to recover in the time for the Tour de France.