Your Saturday Daily News Digest

by Shane Stokes

June 10, 2017

In today’s Daily News Digest: Fuglsang wins stage 6 of the Critérium du Dauphiné as Porte takes over yellow jersey; Hosking wins stage 3 of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour; Powless takes opening stage of Under 23 Giro d’Italia; Vos fractures collar bone; Madison and BMX Freestyle Park added to Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Programme; Porte: ‘The next two days are going to be super hard’; Froome: ‘I’ve quite a bit of work still to do’; Betancur says he only now understands being at the right racing weight is crucial; Video: Richie Porte – post-race interview, Critérium du Dauphiné stage 6; Video: Chris Froome – post-race interview, Critérium du Dauphiné stage 6; Video: Diverge x Peter Sagan; Video: Michal Kwiatkowski – Best Of; Video: Gear for Worst Retirement Ever – Why I chose ISM, and how to set up an ISM saddle; Video: Barbados Cycling Festival 2017

Powless takes opening stage of Under 23 Giro d’Italia

by VeloClub

American rider Neilson Powless was best on stage one of the Under 23 Giro d’Italia, also known as the Girobio or Baby Giro. The Axeon Hagens Berman rider took the first leader’s jersey, finishing ahead of the Dutchman Bram Welten, the Italian Giovanni Lonardi and his Portuguese teammate Ivo Oliveira.

The stage was held in and around Imola, and sees the talented American rider follow up on past successes such as stages in the Tour de l’Avenir and Tour de Beauce plus ninth overall in the 2016 Amgen Tour of California.

The result will boost the morale of the American team, which has been struck by two losses. Chad Young and press officer Sean Weide both died in recent weeks, making it a very tough year for the squad.

The race continues on Saturday with a 145.8 kilometre stage in and around Castellarano.

Stage 1: Imola > Imola - Stage Result

Friday 9th June 2017

1. us
POWLESS Neilson
Axeon Hagens Berman
00:00:00
2. nl
WELTEN Bram
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3. it
LONARDI Giovanni
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