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Cycling News Highlights from September 9 to 13 , 2011.
9 september 2011
Young Belgian joins Australian project from Cofidis
Following news this week that GreenEdge has finalised its roster for what is hoped will be the Australian project’s debut season as a ProTour team, Belgian has been announced as the latest recruit.Keukeleire is the 19th rider to join GreenEdge and has spent the past two seasons with the Cofidis team, winning the 3-Daagse van West-Vlaanderen and the Nokere Koerse for the French squad in 2010.
At age 22, Keukeleire becomes an important asset for the fledgling outfit but even with his inclusion the average age of GreenEdge currently stands near 29 years.
11 September 2011
Cobo celebrates his Vuelta win in Madrid
(Geox-TMC) was mobbed by hundreds of friends and supporters wearing horns and special 'El Bisonte' T-shirts in Madrid, and despite being crowned the winner of the 2011 , he was struggling to understand that he had achieved.
12 September, 2011
Australia announces Worlds team
has released its final selections for the in Copenhagen, with team captain Matthew Goss supported by a strong and versatile team.
13 September 2011
Boom strikes in Stoke-on-Trent
The apocalyptic weather that forced the cancellation of stage 2 yesterday seemed a million miles away today in Stoke-on-Trent as Rabobank rider Lars Boom won a stage bathed in golden sunshine and also pulled on the golden jersey of race leader. The Dutch fast man sprinted away from all the major players on the tight uphill finish, led-out by his Australian teammate Michael Matthews, giving the Netherlands team first and second on the day