Your Tuesday Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

December 20, 2016

In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Brailsford finally discloses nature of 2011 Sky mystery package for Wiggins, yet questions linger; Zwift Academy rider Leah Thorvilson wins Canyon-SRAM contract; Elite racer turned orthopedic surgeon to conduct extensive concussion and injury study among pro, amateur cyclists; Vansummeren on life after racing; Funvic Soul Cycles-Carrefour team suspended for multiple doping positives; MPCC sponsors call for additional commitment to fighting other kinds of cheating; American Owen to skip cyclocross to focus on road; Young Aussie champion Alex Morgan steps away from cycling; Team Sky dines on Norwegian salmon prize at camp; Backlash over New Zealand brewery’s ad promotion with Lance Armstrong; British track sprinter Williamson to return after serious crash; Documentary: ‘From the South UP.’

Team Sky dines on Norwegian salmon prize at camp

by CyclingTips

Team Sky’s Gianni Moscon ‘bought’ dinner for his teammates at their winter training camp in Mallorca when the first part of the 500kg of salmon he earned as a prize for winning a stage of the Arctic Race of Norway was delivered to him.

“It tasted absolutely fabulous,” said Chris Froome. “I have never tasted such good salmon before.”

Norwegian TV reports that a delegation including seafood chef Adrian Løvold traveled to the team’s camp and prepared sashimi of scallops and salmon, grilled salmon and Norwegian Christmas herring to riders and staff.

Many races have additional prizes offered by the stage hosts, including beer, food or other local delicacies.

Moscon will receive three more shipments of his half-ton Salmon prize, including one at Christmas.

Click through to read more at TV2.