You only cheer for the ladies?
(Also, might be a while before you - or anyone - get to cheer for Leth again.
I follow both men and women,s cycling, but I guess the women’s side of things does appeal more to me. Maybe because I as a woman enjoy to see the sport grow, though I guess it is still not fully developed.You only cheer for the ladies?
(Also, might be a while before you - or anyone - get to cheer for Leth again.)
Milan Fretin rumoured to join Cofidis.
A typical Cofidis signing if I may say so. We'll see how it works out. They've signed a number B-tier Spanish sprinters from Belgium over the years. Some like Keukeleire had their best years, others like Van Staeyen, Verhelst and Allegaert flattened out a bit.
He has had the infamous leg artery issue, a typical injury for cyclists, and he hasn't been the same since. He's still a pretty good climbing domestique, but nowhere near what he could have been if he had fully lived up to his potential.It's a shame how his career derailed after being called up as a late replacement for the 2019 Giro.
So now Włodarczyk is signed, my next question is if anybody will pick up Olha Kulynych? A lot of teams may have their concerns about young riders coming out of Ukraine and the Eastern European scene like the likes of Hanna Solovey or Olga Shekel, but the results are intriguing enough. She's made some big strides this year and looks like she's pretty good on the climbs.
She was 2nd in this stage from Trofeo Ponente in Rosa ahead of the likes of Sina Frei, Jolanda Neff (who was admittedly in the GC lead and just managing it) and aforementioned Dominika Włodarczyk; in the winning move in Leiedal Koerse, a Belgian one day race including Oude Kwaremont, Knokteberg, Paterberg, Kortekeer and Tiegemberg; won the same Tour de Féminin that got Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig noted, by coming second in a two-up on this stage and this one; she won this stage in the Giro della Toscana ahead of some decent puncheuses and was top 10 on Mont Lozère in the Ardêche.
You're right. They say negotiations are advanced, but not "a done deal". They also hint Movistar refused to sign Foss.If my limited Spanish is correct than Marca has Rodriguez (no Not Carlos, and not Joaquim either but Oscar) joining Ineos.
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