Team Sky now getting the best out of struggling riders, says Tim Kerrison

Riders who have struggled with injury or adapting to training are finally delivering the goods for Sky, says coach Kerrison

Sergio Henao on stage seven of 2017 Paris-Nice.

(Image credit: ASO/A.Broadway)

Amidst all of the debate and furore that has swirled around Team Sky in recent months, the British squad’s fast start to the season has been widely overlooked.

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Peter Cossins has been writing about professional cycling since 1993, with his reporting appearing in numerous publications and websites including Cycling WeeklyCycle Sport and Procycling - which he edited from 2006 to 2009. Peter is the author of several books on cycling - The Monuments, his history of cycling's five greatest one-day Classic races, was published in 2014, followed in 2015 by Alpe d’Huez, an appraisal of cycling’s greatest climb. Yellow Jersey - his celebration of the iconic Tour de France winner's jersey won the 2020 Telegraph Sports Book Awards Cycling Book of the Year Award.