Alejandro Valverde's recovery from a catastrophic knee injury has gone flawlessly. Now he's ready to return to racing — and win.
The Spanish-based squad is throwing everything it has at winning the Tour de France next season.
The Spaniard though his career was over when he smashed his knee into a metal barrier, but the surgically repaired joint is holding up.
Valverde told a Spanish newspaper he will focus on the spring classics, the Giro d’Italia, Vuelta a España, and the worlds in 2018.
Team Movistar's two-pronged plan to attack Sky's Chris Froome "vanished" as quickly as the 2017 Tour de France began.
What caused so many riders to crash on the opening day of the 2017 Tour de France? And other questions ricocheting around the paddock.
Spanish veteran Alejandro Valverde has undergone a succesful operation following a crash that knocked him out of the Tour de France.
The 2017 Tour de France lost Alejandro Valverde crashed on a wet corner, and was forced to abandon in the opening stage on Saturday.
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Liège was a bit of a snoozer this year. So we have ideas: How the peloton can beat Valverde, and how to make the route better.