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Vuelta a Espana set to define Aru's season and future

Fabio Aru (Astana) believes he can build on his fifth place at the Tour de France and have a successful Vuelta a España, despite being in the middle of negotiations to decide the next chapter of his career and the team he will ride for in 2018. The 27-year-old has been widely linked to the UAE Team Emirates squad but has also received an improved offer from the Astana team and secured the backing of the Kazakhstani team for the Vuelta. As a consequence, Aru has avoided making any formal announ...

Pauwels, Morton and Kudus in Dimension Data team for Vuelta a Espana

Serge Pauwels, Omar Fraile and Igor Anton will lead Dimension Data at the Vuelta a España, while Lachlan Morton makes his Grand Tour debut. Eritrea’s Merhawi Kudus, so impressive in the opening part of the season, will also be on hand for the final three-week tour of the year. As expected, there is no place in the team for Mark Cavendish. The Manxman is currently training in Italy and could return at the Tour of Britain although he has yet to confirm a date for his return to competitive action ...

Vuelta a Espana: Quick-Step with De la Cruz, Jungels, Alaphilippe

David de la Cruz will lead Quick-Step Floors’ general classification bid at the Vuelta a España, with Bob Jungels, eighth overall at the Giro d’Italia, set to ride a second Grand Tour in one season for the first time in his career. Julian Alaphilippe, who was forced the miss the Tour de France through a knee injury, has also been named in the Belgian team’s nine-man squad, where Matteo Trentin and Niki Terpstra offer further chances for stage wins. De la Cruz impressed at the Vuelta last year,...

Haig confident of Vuelta a Espana success with Orica-Scott leaders

Jack Haig returns to the Vuelta a Espana in 2017 with Orica-Scott confident the Australian team can win the race or place Adam and Simon Yates or Esteban Chaves on the podium. The Australian enters the race off the back of his first WorldTour win at the Tour de Pologne earlier this month and is full of self-confidence and belief in Orica-Scotts ability to hits its targets over the three weeks in Spain. It is his second Grand Tour after also being part of the successful Orica-Scott team that hel...

Greg Henderson confirms retirement

Greg Henderson has formalised his retirement, bringing down the curtains on a career that started on the track. Hendersons last race as a professional came at the Colorado Classic having made the moved to UnitedHealthcare for the final year of his career. A four-time Commonwealth Games medallist on the track, including gold in the 2002 points race, Henderson also won the world Scratch Race title in 2004. By the early 2000s, the New Zealander was focusing more on the road having signed for 7 UP-...

Vuelta a Espana: Unconventional approach for George Bennett

George Bennetts preparation for the Vuelta a Espana has been less than ideal having spent more time at the pre-race training camp in bed than on his bike, he will start nothing to lose on Saturday. LottoNL-Jumbos Kiwi was forced out of the Tour de France on stage 16 with illness when sitting 12th overall and has struggled to regain full health since. I had more or less two weeks completely off the bike. I did a couple of one-hour rides. I was meant to for a bit longer but just kept having to g...

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