In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Montaguti wins climber’s sprint at Tour of the Alps, Pinot makes up ground; Ruffoni wins sprint in longest stage at Tour of Croatia; Australian Road Nationals to remain in Ballarat until 2020; British Cycling commissions ‘medical review’ after Wiggins’ medical package scandal; ORICA-Scott changing Grand Tour strategy: Simon Yates with Chaves at Tour de France; Gilbert or Van Avermaet: which for Belgium at world championships?; Andrey Grivko given 45-day suspension for punching incident at Dubai Tour; Loss of Rabobank sponsorship affects Dutch federation youth programme; OVO Energy becomes title sponsor of Women’s Tour, Tour of Britain; Nicole Van den Broeck passes away; More good news from Girdlestone’s road to recovery; Van der Breggen and Valverde, an annual Fleche tradition; Video: The Tour De France Explained in Animation; Video: Oakley Cycling Sessions 2017.
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There is more good news from Keagan Girdlestone as he documents his progress to returning to racing.
BEAST MODE ACTIVATED: After a big week last week felt like I was just getting hammered by my mates and feeling like I wasn't making any power! Until now… Today I did my best 1m, 5m, 20m and 60m all in one ride ???? For all the data lovers, I did 350w for 20min at 63.8kg not my best but holy cow what a massive jump in my performance ???????????? #fromwhereiride #cyclinglife #nevergiveup #noexcuses #beastmode
“Just getting hammered by my mates and feeling like I wasn’t making any power! Until now… Today I did my best 1m, 5m, 20m and 60m all in one ride,” he posted on Instagram.
“For all the data lovers, I did 350w for 20min at 63.8kg not my best but holy cow what a massive jump in my performance.”