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Your Tuesday Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

April 18, 2017

In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Gaudin wins out of two-rider break at Tro Bro Leon; Scarponi nets Astana first win of season at Tour of the Alps; Gilbert outsprints Kwiatkowski to win his fourth Amstel Gold Race; Anna van der Breggen powers to a solo victory at women’s Amstel Gold Race return; Walkout: Illuminate women leave over dispute with manager; Gilbert out for rest of Classics with kidney injury; Rivera retains Women’s WorldTour lead after Amstel Gold Race; Amstel Gold Race defending champ Gasparotto crashes out, but escapes serious injury; Pieter Weening expected to return for Liège; Cookson says he did nothing to be ‘ashamed of or concerned about’ while head of British Cycling; Apeldoorn to host 2018 UCI Track World Championships; 2017 UCI Track World Championships – Day 4 highlights; Video: Paris-Roubaix with Fast Forward Wheels.

Pieter Weening expected to return for Liège

by CyclingTips

The Roompot-Nederlandse Loterij ProContinental team has been without its top rider for the Classics as Pieter Weening recovered from a knee injury he sustained at the Tour of Catalonia. However, the team announced Monday that he will make his return at Liège-Bastogne-Liège.

Pieter Weening crashed during stage four of the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya.

“We miss him, especially in this kind of competition,” team manager Jean-Paul van Poppel told Cycling Flash. “He wants to make his comeback in Liège-Bastogne-Liège.”

The injury saw him miss Brabantse Pijl and the Amstel Gold Race, the most important race for the Dutch team as the only Classic in The Netherlands.

Director sportif Erik Breukink confirmed Monday that Weening will make his return at La Doyenne.

The 36-year-old came to the second division team last year after 12 years in the WorldTour. He won the overall at the Tour of Norway and a stage of the Tour de Suisse last year.

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