Big day for team transfers; GoPro launches two new models: Daily News Digest

by Neal Rogers

September 30, 2017

In today’s Daily News Digest: Russia court issues arrest warrant for doping whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov; Sacha Modolo moves from UAE Emirates to EF Education First-Drapac for two years; After six years with Orica-Scott, Jens Keukeleire to Lotto-Soudal for 2018-19; Toms Skujins leaves Cannondale-Drapac, signs two-year deal with Trek-Segafredo; Davide Martinelli renews contract with Quick-Step Floors for two years; TT world champion Van Vleuten to pursue cyclocross, mountain-bike, and track aspirations; GoPro launches Hero6 Black and Fusion 360; Red Bull Last Stand eliminator criterium returns to Alamo Plaza in San Antonio; Colorado man who shot cyclists with pellet gun faces only misdemeanor charges.

Toms Skujins leaves Cannondale-Drapac, signs two-year deal with Trek-Segafredo

by CyclingTips

After launching his pro career with Cannondale-Drapac, 26-year-old Latvian Toms Skujins will be joining Trek-Segafredo in 2018. A multiple stage winner at the Amgen Tour of California and Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali, Skujins signed a two-year deal with the team.

“I am thrilled to join Trek-Segafredo because it’s such a great team,” Skujins said. “Right after my first conversations with Luca [Guercilena, General Manager] and the team’s directors, I immediately felt this would be the right team for me. It’s great to hear what the plans are for the team as a whole and I will do my very best to be a part of that. It’s just like I have been doing in the previous years: making the races exciting, and who knows, springing a surprise here and there.”