Greipel wins at Tour Down Under, Froome’s kidney defence: Daily News Digest

by Shane Stokes

January 17, 2018

Greipel back to his winning ways on stage 1 of the Tour Down Under; Report: Froome’s defence to be based on malfunctioning kidneys argument; Bardet wants Froome to take a voluntary suspension while salbutamol case is progressing; UCI challenges Lotto-Soudal’s claims that Lambrecht was treated unfairly; Brussels Grand Départ announced for 2019 Tour de France; Landis predicts Froome case could spell end for Team Sky; USA Cycling announces squad for UCI cyclocross world championships; 100 years of the yellow jersey…but Froome is omitted; Video: Halvorsen talks about planned recovery from wrist fracture; Video: Cavendish interviewed by Irish amateurs on training ride

Video: Halvorsen talks about planned recovery from wrist fracture

by CyclingTips

Team Sky’s Kristoffer Halvorsen crashed on Sunday in the People’s Choice Classic, and has already travelled back to Manchester in England for an operation on the fractured bone in his hand. He talks here about what comes next.

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