The Belgian classics specialist Greg van Avermaet of BMC Racing has expressed his happiness to be back on the track.
Greg, who has confirmed his return to the sport on Wednesday, had been put out for a while after suffering a injury that let to a broken collarbone. He had sustained this injury during the Tour of Flanders.
Edward Theuns had recounted memories of the injury he suffered earlier this season, and the long road back to recovery.
He had started this season on an impressive note and showed a lot of promise, finishing third in the Dwars Door Vlaanderen and fourth in the highly competitive Scheldeprijs.
The Belgian rider had his first Grand Départ experience with Trek-Segafredo, and earned several top ten placing in the first week.
The government of United States has asked a court to preclude expert testimony in Lance Armstrong False Claims Act case, stating that man from Texas has not turned over documents.
The False Claims Act lawsuit against Armstrong keeps on to bumble on without really getting to court, along with the pursuance now exacting the dishonored former rider has not exposed information he designed to use in an proficient testimony.
Sir Chris Hoy, eleven times cycling champion as well as 6 times Olympic gold medal winner, would visit Edge Hill University later in April. On 4th April, Monday, the Olympic legend would be bringing in his new pursuit- children's books.
Tour France champ Vincenzo Nibali & 8-time stage champ Fabian Cancellara, both have stayed tight-lipped about doping report published Cycling Independent Reform Commission or CIRC lately.
The CIRC report was supported by WADA & USADA.
The report took thirteen months to be completed and claimed that doping issues in riding is still in the endemic stage.
“I did not read anything regarding it. It could be that somebody else is looking to state something” remarked Nibali while asked to speak a few lines regarding the much speculated CIRC report.