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Sweeck loses saddle during Boom Superprestige

Laurens Sweeck (Pauwels sauzen – Vastgoedservice) found himself without a saddle on his bike during the second round of the Telenet Superprestige in Boom after his seatpost came loose midway through the race. There was no time for the 24-year-old to go back and get it and he had to complete the lap he was on before he could get into the pits and collect a new bike. Thankfully, he didnt have too far to go to make it back to the pits. Sweeck had been in a four-man chasing group that was tracking...


Worth the wait: Trentin claims first victory as European champion

“Thanks for waiting for me,” Matteo Trentin said apologetically as he arrived in the mixed zone in Guilin after winning stage 5 of the Tour of Guangxi. The prolonged podium ceremonies and a visit to anti-doping had delayed the Italian, but then waiting has been a theme of his debut season at Mitchelton-Scott. A training crash in January hindered Trentin’s Classics campaign, before a heavy crash at Paris-Roubaix left him with a compression fracture of his thoracic spine that kept him out of raci...


De Gendt and Wellens complete their Italy to Belgium ride

Thomas De Gendt and Tim Wellens have completed their six-day ride from Italy to Belgium, a journey they dubbed ‘the final breakaway’. The Belgian duo set off from Como after Il Lombardia last weekend and reached their destination in Semmerzake just south of Ghent. The 1,000-kilometre ride brought the Lotto Soudal riders through several countries along their way, including Switzerland, France, Luxembourg and Germany. The detour into Germany was in honour of their teammates Andre Greipel and Marc...


Team Sky 'vortex' speed suit now illegal under latest UCI regulations

Updated UCI equipment regulations for 2019 now render the Castelli Body Paint 4.0 speed suit non-compliant. The speed suit featured vortex dimples on the sleeves and was controversially used by Team Sky during the 2017 Tour de France opening stage. The updated rules also affect Enduras Drag2Zero speed suit as used by Movistar Team, that also features a textured material on the sleeves to improve aerodynamics in time trials. Bioracers speed suits, which recently dominated at the world champions...


Tour of Guangxi stage 4 highlights - Video

Controversial Italian rider Gianni Moscon (Team Sky) took out the Queen stage at the Tour of Guangxi on Friday, soloing to victory at the Mashan Nongla summit and claiming the race lead for his troubles. Moscon jumped away from a select group on the 3km final climb, finishing the 152.2km stage from Nanning to the Mashan Nongla Scenic Spot five seconds ahead of Felix Grossschartner (Bora-Hansgrohe) and eight seconds ahed of Sergei Chernetski (Astana). Carlos Verona (Mitchelton-Scott) was 11 seco...


EF Education First-Drapac sign Sean Bennett

EF Education First-Drapac announced today the signing of 22-year-old American Sean Bennett from the Hagens Berman Axeon development team. Bennett won a stage of the Baby Giro in June and finished second on stage 3 of the Tour of California to Trek-Segafredos Toms Skujins. “He won a stage of the Baby Giro,” said team CEO Jonathan Vaughters. He almost won a stage in the Tour of California this year, finishing second to Toms Skujins, who I would say is the guy Sean reminds me of most. “When I cal...