Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

July 13, 2016

In today’s CT Daily News Digest: Michael Matthews takes first career Tour de France stage win, Froome retains GC lead; Etixx-QuickStep owns Tour of Poland opener; After failed appeal, Australian women’s road cycling team for Rio finalised; Oleg Tinkov having second thoughts about quitting cycling; Contador to miss Rio Olympics after medical review, hoping to start Vuelta; Report: Contador to Trek-Segafredo in 2017; BMC’s Bookwalter ‘relieved’ to reach first rest day of Tour de France; U.S. Government calls Lance Armstrong ‘a doper, dealer, and liar’ in court motion; A look inside Team Sky’s budget; How the Week Was Won: 2016 Tour de France, Stages 6-9; Tour de France, stage 10 recap; Tour de France 2016: Batteries recharged; 11 bottles for Adam Hansen in less than 30 seconds. A new world record?; Life on the Tour: CyclingTips 2016 Tour de France Vlog, part 2; Mini-team Sky on recovery

Life on the Tour: CyclingTips 2016 Tour de France Vlog, part 2

by CyclingTips

Life on the road at the 2016 Tour de France with CyclingTips editors Shane Stokes, Matt de Neef, and David Everett: constantly lost, surviving on bad coffee, and the never-ending search for decent wifi. It’s not glamorous, but we wouldn’t have it any other way!

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