The Italian crashed out of the Tour de France after getting tangled up with a fan on the Alpe d’Huez climb.
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The Italians managed a fifth-place finish in the men’s elite road race with Gianni Moscon, but they’re hopeful for the future.
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Although he is not quite at 100 percent due to Tour de France crash, Vincenzo Nibali holds out hope that he can vie for a rainbow jersey.
The Vuelta a España is a chance for Vincenzo Nibali to ride into form for the world championships, his new objective after Tour abandon.
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Vincenzo Nibali hurt his back in a crash at the Tour de France, and now he’s concerned that the pain he’s feeling won’t go away.
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The Italian will resume training on a stationary bike within days, his Bahrain-Merida team said Tuesday.
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Vincenzo Nibali could be forced to quit Tour de France with suspected vertebrae fracture due to a crash.
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In the 2014 Tour, Vincenzo Nibali took time on the cobblestone stage. This year, his team is ready to support another raid.
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Vincenzo Nibali and his Bahrain-Merida team are content to have the Tour’s team time trial behind them with minimal time lost.
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