Peter Sagan survives Norton Summit to take TDU stage 4 and overall lead; Lappartient wants Sky to impose provisional suspension on Froome; European Court dismisses claim anti-doping whereabouts system violates human rights; Hansen talks about abuse from riders due to his CPA delegate role; Video: Sagan helps race workers after winning stage; Video: Zak Dempster on pro power requirements; Video: Dempster on fluid requirements on ultra-hot days; Video: Fernando Gaviria’s message for fans
Sagan wins TDU stage 4, Lappartient wants Froome suspension: Daily News Digest
An impressive gesture from the world champion, and one which made the day for some people.
After today’s stage, I finally had a real job to do… I’d like to thank every single person at the @tourdownunder organization. Their hard work makes it one of the best races in the world. Thanks also to the fans and spectators in @southaustralia! This victory goes to you! pic.twitter.com/j7XWDMDl96
— Peter Sagan (@petosagan) January 19, 2018