Your Monday Daily News Digest

by Matt de Neef

August 14, 2017

In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Tom Dumoulin wins the BinckBank Tour; Lotta Lepistö and Boels-Dolmans take wins on Vårgårda weekend; Dylan Teuns secures overall victory at the Arctic Race of Norway; Manuel Senni wins the Colorado Classic, Mihkel Raim claims the final stage; Bennett doubles up at the Czech Cycling Tour, Cerny scoops overall; Thibaut Pinot wins the Tour de l’Ain; Philippe Gilbert extends his contract with QuickStep Floors; Lars Boom fined for BinckBank Tour celebration; Jakob Fuglsang’s bad luck continues with broken collarbone; Georgia Baker back to training soon after heart surgery; Cyclist dies following a collision south-east of Melbourne; How to get pedestrians out of the bike lane.

Jakob Fuglsang’s bad luck continues with broken collarbone

by CyclingTips

Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) hasn’t had the best month. The Danish Criterium du Dauphine winner crashed on stage 11 of the Tour de France, fracturing his arm in two places, and while he was able to continue for a couple days, he soon abandoned on stage 13.

Now, in his first race back, Fuglsang has again broken a bone in a crash and again faces some time on the sidelines.

Fuglsang was taking part in a criterium in the Danish city of Herning, when he crashed and was taken to hospital. Scans confirmed that he’d broken his collarbone and that sugery would be required.

His Astana team has said that “Information about recovery time will appear after the surgery.”

Follow the link to read more at the Astana website.