Your Tuesday Daily News Digest

by Neal Rogers

November 29, 2016

In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Kenya’s Samwel Mwangi undergoes amputation after broken femur at Tour du Rwanda; Colombian Mario Paz Duque tests positive for EPO at Red Hook Crit in Milan; JLT-Condor team bikes stolen from warehouse in London; Tasmanian state government passes new laws to protect cyclists; Carmen Small starts new career path, takes on rider-director role in Danish team; Mara Abbott reunited with stolen commuter bike; Video trailer: Etixx QuickStep’s ‘One Year in Blue’ documents 2016 season; Video trailer: IAM Cycling’s ‘Keep Fighting’ from 2016 Tour de France

Kenya’s Samwel Mwangi undergoes amputation after broken femur at Tour du Rwanda

by CyclingTips

According to his Kenyan Riders Downunder team, rider Samwel Mwangi underwent surgery to have the lower part of his left leg amputated after a crash that broke his femur on the final stage of the Tour du Rwanda.

The 32-year-old Mwangi had competed in several UCI stage races this year, including  Tour de Flores, Tour Ethiopian Meles Zenawi, and the Tour of China.

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