Mario Cipollini berates 'boring' races where Chris Froome and Peter Sagan dominate

Italian former pro Mario Cipollini wonders why other teams and riders can't come up with a strategy to beat Chris Froome in the Tours and Peter Sagan in one-day races

Mario Cipollini.

(Image credit: Yuzuru Sunada)

Cycling has become a "bit boring" in the way that Team Sky and Chris Froome dominate stage races and how rival teams fail to stop Peter Sagan, says former sprint great Mario Cipollini.

Slovakian Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) won his third consecutive World Championship title in Bergen, Norway, on Sunday. Cipollini won his world title 15 years ago.

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