Guardinin Claims Another Sprint Win, Corredor Still Yellow
Photos courtesy Le Tour de Langkawi
Tampin – Four wins out of five bunch sprints: Andrea Guardini underlined his superiority with yet another victory in the Tour de Langkawi today. The 21 year old Italian neo-pro has had a stunning debut in this race and is becoming more and more confident, starting his sprint over 250 metres from the line in Tampin and holding off all his rivals.
Garmin-Cervélo has scheduled three of their top caliber riders for inclusion in the Vuelta a Murcia, schedule for March 4-6, 2011. Christian Vande Velde, Dave Zabriskie and Tom Danielson are three names on the team’s preliminary start list for the three-day Spanish tour.
The Bahati Foundation and Rahsaan Bahati, the namesake of the foundation has committed to mentor and endorse “TRU Cycling Team” starting with a weekend skills clinic and group ride. The Bahati Foundation supports youth in inner-city and under-served communities. Through grants, scholarships and cycling outreach programs, speaking engagements, the Foundation empowers youth and provides funding to cycling development teams such as Major Motion cycling whom Rahsaan credits his career to.
UCI Awaits Definitive Ruling by Spanish Cycling Federation
Following the confusion generated by the recent announcement by the Spanish Cycling Federation (RFEC) on the case of Alberto Contador, particularly concerning the "interim decision" of which the rider was notified, widely covered by the media, the UCI is obliged to clarify that this information cannot in any way be considered as an anticipation of the definitive decision in the case.