Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

June 8, 2016

Today’s CT Daily News Digest: Herrada times finishing kick to perfection to win Dauphiné stage, Contador keeps yellow; Domagalski doubles One Pro Cycling’s wins in Korea; Keagan Girdlestone stable in battle for survival; New gene doping test likely to be in use for Rio Olympics; Danielson on USADA case: My positive test is consistent with supplement contamination; Human rights groups call for UCI to reject Bahrain Cycling Team; Guarnier extends Women’s WorldTour lead; Australian crit champ Mackay signs with Hagens Berman-Supermint; 2016 Gran Fondo New York by the numbers; Tinkoff team chef quits over ‘inexcusable behaviour’ by owner; Dauphiné stage 2 highlights; Dan Martin, Richie Porte after Critérium du Dauphiné stage 1; Armitstead talks about what it takes to be the best; Ted King on winning the Dirty Kanza; Contador locked out of team bus

Domagalski doubles One Pro Cycling’s wins in Korea

by CyclingTips

Karol Domagalski (One Pro Cycling) gave his team its second win in as many days at the Tour of Korea, taking stage three ahead of Brenton Jones (Drapac) and Shiki Kuroeda (Aisan Racing Team).

The win moves Domagalski up to fourth in the general classification, behind stage one winner Jon Aberasturi (Team UKYO), Brenton Jones in second and teammate Christopher Opie in third.

The stage consisted of a large 25-rider breakaway, including Domagalski. The size of the break seemed to doom it to fail as a cohesion never formed. However, as the break was about to be caught inside the final 6km, Domagalski attacked and impressively held a gap all the way to the line for the win.

His teammate Opie came in fourth on the stage which gives him enough points to take the points jersey lead.

Because there are more flat stages than hilly ones remaining, stage six could be where the general classification is decided, as it provides the most rolling terrain left.

Stage 3: Gunsan > Daejeon - Stage Result

Tuesday 7th June 2016

1. pl
One Pro Cycling
2. au
JONES Brenton
Drapac Professional Cycling
3. jp
Aisan Racing Team