Abu Dhabi Tour: Van Avermaet, Nibali, Cavendish, and Viviani set to ride

Before it steps up to WorldTour level next year and moves from October to February, the Abu Dhabi Tour unveiled a second edition of the race that closely follows the formula of the first. Newly-crowned Olympic road race champion Greg van Avermaet, Giro d’Italia champion Vincenzo Nibali, four-time 2016 Tour de France stage winner Mark Cavendish, and Olympic omnium champion Elia...
Via Cycling News
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Vuelta a Espana wrap, Cavendish interview - Podcast

Subscribe to the Cyclingnews podcast today!  This week the Cyclingnews team look back at an exhilarating edition of the Vuelta a Espana, in which Nairo Quintana nudged Chris Froome into second place, and Esteban Chaves finished third.ADVERTISEMENT There are also exclusive interviews with Mark Cavendish and Dan Martin, both of whom have major objectives for the rest of the season...
Via Cycling News
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Cavendish survives crash scare on Tour of Britain stage 1

Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data) survived a late crash on stage 1 of the Tour of Britain after falling with a number of his rivals on the final corner of the stage to from Glasgow to Castle Douglas. Cavendish was riding his first race since the Rio Olympics, where he finished second in the Omnium behind Italy's Elia Viviani – one of the other fallers in Sunday's crash. "I don...
Via Cycling News
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Dimension Data confirm Tour of Britain team in support of Cavendish

Dimension Data have confirmed its six-man team for the 2016 Tour of Britain with Mark Cavendish spearheading its squad, although there is no place for defending champion Edvald Boasson Hagen. Tour de France stage winner Steve Cummings is also selected for the race and will be free to pursue his personal ambitions. The 2.HC stage race will be Cavendish's first road race since the...
Via Cycling News
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Cavendish wins stage, Alaphilippe wins Tour of California

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Mark Cavendish won the final stage of the Tour of California in a sprint finish, and Julian Alaphilippe finished safely in the field to capture the overall title Sunday. The breakaway had 35 seconds on the flat, fast stage with about 2 miles left on the 86-mile route, but it was caught by a main field powered by Peter Sagan's Tinkoff team and Alexander...
Via Associated Press
May 22, 2016  |  Discuss

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