In today’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Chris Froome wins the Vuelta, Trentin claims final stage; Sagan, Ulissi victorious at Canadian Grand Prix; Lars Boom wins the Tour of Britain; Jolien d’Hoore wins the Madrid Challenge; Lucy Kennedy wins the Tour de l’Ardeche; Swiss dominate XCO at Mountain Bike Worlds in Cairns; Cannondale-Drapac announces EF Education First as 2018 title sponsor; Michael Woods signs for another two years with Slipstream Sports; Former Olympic medallist Leontien van Moorsel accused of EPO use; Storybook ending – Contador goes out on top, wins final summit finish of his career; Neilson Powless signs with LottoNL-Jumbo; US men’s Road Worlds line-up announced; Bike thief foiled at Gold Coast cycling event; The best of the Vuelta.
Froome’s Vuelta, Boom’s Britain, d’Hoore in Madrid: Your CT Daily News Digest
Among the riders to recommit to Slipstream Sports for the coming seasons is Michael Woods, who just yesterday finished seventh in the Vuelta a España — just his second Grand Tour.
The Canadian former middle-distance runner will ride for the setup for another two years.
“[Team CEO Jonathan Vaughters] believed in me before any WorldTour team and the chance he took on me meant a lot and is a big reason why I’m so happy to be re-signing,” Woods told VeloNews. “The team has played a huge roll in my development as a rider and is a place where I feel at home.
“I’m super proud to be a part of this group for the next two years to come.
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