Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

June 7, 2016

Today’s CT Daily News Digest: Bouhanni punches through to take Dauphine field sprint; Opie wins second stage at Tour of Korea; Porte seeks Tour leadership at Dauphiné;  Hepburn returning focus back to the track for Rio; Canadian cycling legend Jocelyn Lovell passes away; Paul Lew joins EDCO Engineering; Cyclist dies after collision with London bus; Specialized Foundation to fund research about exercise effects on ADHD; Recap: Critérium du Dauphiné stage 1; An Post Ras with Neon Velo; On-board video from Dauphiné prologue; Anatomy of a bike throw

Opie wins second stage at Tour of Korea

by CyclingTips

Christopher Opie (One Pro Cycling) took the win on the second stage of the Tour of Korea. The British rider beat race leader Jon Aberasturi (Team UKYO) and Neil Van der Ploeg (Avanti IsoWhey Sport) in the field sprint.

“Wow! There is nothing to say other than a huge, massive thank you to Pete, Rich, Kristian, Yanto, Karol and every single rider, staff and member of ONE Pro Cycling,” said Opie. “With out you days like today aren’t possible.”

Rain made the long 235km stage even more brutal for the peloton.

The main break consisted of 11 riders initially. Near the end of the stage two riders, Joo Kang Eun (KSPO) and Alexandr Shushemoin (Vino 4ever SKO), attacked but it was not enough to keep the peloton from the field sprint it desired.

Aberasturi retains his leads in both the overall as well as the sprint competition.

Stage 2: Gumi > Gunsan - Stage Result

Monday 6th June 2016

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