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.
Mareczko leads Hainan; Froome’s Shanghai sprint: Your CT Daily News Digest
It’s unclear exactly what led to this rider trying to jump a gap in a velodrome. Was it just a bit of fun? Something else? Regardless, it’s fair to say it didn’t go well.
Quand t’hésites entre faire carrière sur piste ou en cyclo-cross ???? pic.twitter.com/769ot9yZE3
— François Lamiraud (@LamiraudF) October 28, 2017