In the course of one year, Movistar's Adriano Malori has gone from nearly paralyzed to racing again in the Canadian WorldTour races this September.
Adriano Malori broke his collarbone and suffered head injuries in a high-speed crash at the Tour de San Luis last month.
Movistar's Adriano Malori suffered head trauma in a scary pileup at the Tour de San Luis
The cycling world will turn its attention to Richmond, Virginia starting this weekend at the UCI Road World Championships.
Movistar re-ups with several riders, including 2015 Giro d'Italia fourth-place finisher Andrey Amador
The Spanish squad announces what it calls a "balanced" roster for the French grand tour
Bradley Wiggins set the bar high over the weekend — here are eight riders who could challenge his record
After losing to Malori in the first TT at Tirreno, Cancellara turns the tables and wins stage 7. Quintana confirms overall title in Italy
Italian Adriano Malori comes out swinging at Tirreno-Adriatico but is modest about ambitions to win the Tour's opening TT and take yellow
Italian national time trial champion Adriano Malori wins the first stage of Tirreno-Adriatico, besting Cancellara and taking the GC lead
Alberto Contador confirms his Vuelta a España title as Adriano Malori wins a short, wet final time trial in Santiago de Compostela
Cadel Evans is in control of the GC at the Giro, holding a 57-second lead over his closest competitor. Can he go the distance?
World TT champ Tony Martin has not won in three TT starts so far this year, as new challenges come from Andriano Malori and Taylor Phinney
Andriano Malori beats the world's top time trialists to claim victory in the final stage around San Benedetto del Tronto
Phinney misses stage win and Gaimon gives up overall lead in Argentina
31-year-old Damiano Cunego will lead the Italian team, which boasts an average age of 29