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Cavendish suffers brutal crash in Milan-San Remo

Mark Cavendish suffered another serious crash in Milan-San Remo, his third bad fall of the young 2018 season. The Dimension Data rider was relatively well positioned with just under 10km to go near the foot of the Poggio, but as the peloton parted at a traffic divider, Cavendish ran out of room to avoid it and took a direct impact. The waist-high bollard launched Cavendish through the air, and he somersaulted, landing heavily on his back. Cavendish started the season off with a stage win in th...

Scott Sunderland returns to Tour de Langkawi eyeing repeat sprint success

Scott Sunderlands 2017 road season was his most successful to date with the former track world champion taking five UCI wins. However, the year ended on a low when the 30-year-old suffered a serve concussion in a crash at Tour of China II. The concussion proved worse than originally diagnosed and ended Sunderlands season prematurely. Now back to health, he is at the Tour de Langkawi and pinning on a race number for the first time since September, returning to the Malaysian race where won the op...

Milan-San Remo rolls out under pouring rain - Gallery

The 2018 edition of Milan-San Remo rolled out from the start in the shadows of the Castello Sforzesco under pouring rain, with the 174 riders wrapped up and hoping that the weather forecasts will prove accurate and that the sun will emerge before San Remo and the roads will be dry for the finale of the 294km race. The only non-starter was Loic Chetout (Cofidis), leaving the French team with just six riders. With Nacer Bouhanni not selected due to bronchitis, Christophe Laporte is the Cofidis te...

Stuyven takes Milan-San Remo leadership reins for Trek-Segafredo

With 2015 Milan-San Remo winner John Degenkolb and Trek-Segafredo back-up plan Giacomo Nizzolo both out of this years race due to illness and injury, leadership duties for the seasons first Monument fall on Jasper Stuyven, whose biggest Spring win to date came in 2016 at Kuurne-Brussell-Kuurne. The 25-year-old Belgian was 39th in Milan-San Remo last year, finishing in the field behind the three-rider move of winner Michal Kwiatkowski (Team Sky), runner-up Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) and third-...

Gilbert: I could win Milan-San Remo this year or maybe never

Philippe Gilbert (Quick-Step Floors) has reached the Milan-San Remo podium twice and animated the closing kilometres multiple other times, but the 35-year-old Belgian Classics specialist has never won the Italian Monument that rolls out Saturday for 294km of racing. Hed like to change that this year. Gilbert will line up with a strong seven-rider Quick-Step team that has multiple ways of winning, including with sprinter Elia Viviani if the bunch comes onto the Via Roma in downtown San Remo toge...

Milan-San Remo predictions: Peter Sagan can win any way he wants

As the directeur sportif of the 25 Milan-San Remo teams gathered at the race headquarters in Milan for the tradition punzonatura on Friday, collecting their rider numbers, one rider emerged as absolute favourite: Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe). The three-time world champion confirmed he is on form with three second places at Tirreno-Adriatico and seems determined to make up for losing to Michal Kwiatkowski in 2017. Cyclingnews asked several directeur sportif two simple questions: Who will win Mi...

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