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Road Bike Action & AFP
May 22, 2012
Switzerland's Olympic time-trial champion Fabian Cancellara (will make his return to competition on Wednesday in the Tour of Bavaria after nearly two months out through injury.
The 31-year-old fractured his right collarbone in four places after crashing during the Tour of Flanders classic on April 1.
"The return to regular training took longer than was originally planned," said the rider known as 'Spartacus' for his combative attitude to bike racing.
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New Zealand pursuit specialist Sam Bewley has joined GreenEdge as a numerical replacement for retired sprinter Robbie McEwen, the Australian outfit said Tuesday. Bewley is part of New Zealand's four-man pursuit team that will aim for an Olympic medal in the 4km event this summer but will give up the track for good after the London Games to concentrate fully on road racing.
The 24-year-old is set to make his debut for GreenEdge, the first ever Australian-registered elite cycling team, at the Tour of Bavaria which begins Wednesday. McEwen retired on Sunday after the final stage of the Tour of California, concluding a 17-year professional career which saw him capture 12 Tour de France stages among many other notable victories.
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