Your Tuesday Daily News Digest

by Neal Rogers

November 29, 2016

In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Kenya’s Samwel Mwangi undergoes amputation after broken femur at Tour du Rwanda; Colombian Mario Paz Duque tests positive for EPO at Red Hook Crit in Milan; JLT-Condor team bikes stolen from warehouse in London; Tasmanian state government passes new laws to protect cyclists; Carmen Small starts new career path, takes on rider-director role in Danish team; Mara Abbott reunited with stolen commuter bike; Video trailer: Etixx QuickStep’s ‘One Year in Blue’ documents 2016 season; Video trailer: IAM Cycling’s ‘Keep Fighting’ from 2016 Tour de France

Video trailer: Etixx QuickStep’s ‘One Year in Blue’ documents 2016 season

by CyclingTips

The Quick-Step Floors cycling team — known as Etixx-Quick-Step in 2016 — will present a film about its 2016 race season at the 2017 team presentation on January 11 in Kortrijk, Belgium. A film crew followed the team from its training camp in Calpe through the world road championships in Doha, Qatar, capturing the team’s highs and lows, most memorable victories and deepest disappointments.

Tom Boonen, Julian Alaphilippe, and Marcel Kittel are three riders that the film focuses on.


“It’s unusual to have a filming crew with you all the time, but I must say the result is great,” Boonen said. “I like the way all the small stories that happen in a cycling team were bonded together. As rider you never see what happens around you because you are focused only on the race. It was nice to see how the other riders and the staff reacted in the crucial moments.”

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