Bobby Julich spent last week back on familiar roads and with familiar people as he drove a team car for Holowesko-Citadel at the Tour of California. The former Team Sky and Tinkoff coach, who finished third overall in the 1998 Tour de France while riding for Cofidis, took the wheel to help long-time friend Thomas Craven guide the team through eight days of racing that Julian Alaphalippe...
Bobby Julich will return to the team car this season, taking up assistant director duties with US Continental team Holowesko-Citadel at the Amgen Tour of California in May and helping coach some of the riders in their time trial efforts. “It took some bending of his arm,” Holowsko-Citadel director Thomas Craven recently told Cyclingnews. “He was hesitant. I think he was worried...
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) The IOC says Australian cyclist Michael Rogers has received his Olympic bronze medal 11 years after the Athens Games. Rogers placed fourth behind winner Tyler Hamilton of the United States, who was stripped of the gold in 2012 for doping. Three-time world champion Rogers says the medal ''adds something tangible to my great memories.'' Hamilton admitted...
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September 01, 2015 | Discuss
French newspaper l’Equipe has reported that the Tinkoff-Saxo team has decided to shake up its training staff with Head Coach Bobby Julich and Head of Sports Science Daniel Healey losing their positions in the Russian team. Both Julich and the Tinkoff-Saxo team refused to comment on the report in l’Equipe but Cyclingnews understands that Julich’s and Healey’s contracts will...
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