Mareczko leads Hainan; Froome’s Shanghai sprint: Your CT Daily News Digest

by Matt de Neef

October 30, 2017

In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Jakub Mareczko leads after two stages in Hainan; Chris Froome “wins” the inaugural Shanghai Criterium; Callum Scotson and Cameron Meyer win the London Six-Day; Froome expects significant “challenge” from Dumoulin in the future; Mikel Landa — I would have liked a warmer welcome from Quintana; Shane Sutton to work with Chinese national team; Monte Zoncolan and Rome TT on the cards for 2018 Giro; Zak Dempster among three riders to renew with the Israel Cycling Academy; US cyclist makes thoughts on Trump known; Froome and Kittel arm-wrestle in China; When tricks on the track go wrong.

Shane Sutton to work with Chinese national team

by CyclingTips

Former British Cycling coach Shane Sutton has reportedly signed a contract with the Chinese Cycling Association.

The Daily Mail reports that Sutton signed the deal on Friday and will be part of the Chinese contingent that heads to the British National Cycling Centre in Manchester early next month for the Track Cycling World Cup. Sutton has reportedly been invited to guide China’s track cyclists through to the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.

Sutton made the news last year amid suggestions he’d bullied and discriminated against former rider Jess Varnish. Sutton later retired from his position and has seemingly been in talks with several cycling federations since.

Follow the link to read more at The Daily Mail.