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Giro d'Italia: Vincenzo Nibali sustains rib injury in stage 15 crash

Vincenzo Nibali is undergoing assessment of a rib injury on Sunday evening after he fell in the opening kilometres of stage 15 of the Giro d’Italia. His Trek-Segafredo team said that Nibali had fallen from a standing position after braking to avoid the mass crash that caused the neutralisation of the stage shortly after the start in Grado.
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Vincenzo Nibali: 'My Giro started uphill and isn't getting much better'

Having suffered a broken wrist just a few weeks before the start of the 2021 Giro d'Italia, Vincenzo Nibali says his campaign for a third overall title "isn't getting much better" after crashing on stage eight. The Italian, who won his home race in 2013 and 2016, has flown somewhat...
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Vincenzo Nibali: I can't make any big proclamations ahead of the Giro d'Italia

A great deal of the Giro d’Italia’s appeal may lie in its ability to throw up the unexpected, but the host broadcaster has always been glad of a familiar face around whom to build its narrative. In the 1970s, that figure was Felice Gimondi, as the late Adriano De Zan, RAI television’s man in the booth for over four decades, once pointed out. “A television commentator has an obligation to offer viewers a safe product... With Gimondi, I could be certain,” De Zan said.
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Vincenzo Nibali: I'm getting stronger day by day

Although Vincenzo Nibali didn't get into the decisive break on the third stage of the Étoile de Bessèges, it wasn't through lack of trying. According to a staff member on a rival team, the Trek-Segafredo leader lined the bunch out in very impressive fashion on at least two occasions early on the stage before the break finally formed. It was almost as if he'd been told to make those efforts by his coach, Paolo Slongo, Cyclingnews was told.
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Vincenzo Nibali ramped up training intensity ahead of season debut in Bessèges

Vincenzo Nibali will make his season debut at Etoile de Bessèges for the first time this week. After a disappointing 2020 Giro d'Italia, where he finished a distant seventh behind surprise winner Tao Geoghegan Hart, the Trek-Segafredo veteran said he changed his training during the off season to include more intensity with the hopes of getting back to his best for the Giro d'Italia, Tour de France and Olympic Games.