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CYCLING Preview: Women’s Tour goes Basque for 32nd Emakumeen Bira

One of the early women’s cycling stage races comes this week with the 32nd edition of the Emakumeen Bira, with four stages rolling through...

CYCLING Panorama: Stunning breakaway for Masnada and Conti shakes up the Giro d’Italia, while...

Slovenia’s Primoz Roglic had been riding steadily through the first week of the Giro d’Italia after winning the opening Time Trial by 19 seconds,...

CYCLING Preview: Misery and pain ahead for riders in the Women’s Amgen Tour

The fifth edition of the women’s edition of the Amgen Tour of California borders on the cruel, with a punishing three-stage schedule on Thursday,...

CYCLING: New Dutch star Wiebes sweeps all three stages to win the Tour of...

Just 20 years old, the newest of the deep list of Dutch women’s cycling stars is Lorena Wiebes. In her second season on the UCI...

CYCLING Preview: Three returning medalists in Tour of Chongming Island

This week entry for the UCI Women’s World Tour is the 13th edition of the Tour of Chongming island, a three-stage race in eastern...

CYCLING: Fuglsang and van Vleuten run away with Liege-Bastogne-Liege wins

There was no mad dash for the line in either the men’s or women’s edition of the famed Liege-Bastogne-Liege race on Sunday as winners...

CYCLING Preview: Ardennes Classics week finishes with Liege-Bastogne-Liege on Sunday

One of the most intense weeks in cycling finishes on Sunday with the third UCI World Tour race in eight days with the 105th...

CYCLING: Stunning finish-line win for van der Poel in Amstel Gold Race!

/Updated: see Endnote/ The race for the 54th Amstel Gold Race was surely a sprint to the line for France’s Julian Alaphilippe and Dane...

CYCLING: Viva Italia! Bastianelli and Bettiol claim wins in sweep of Ronde van Vlaanderen

Imagine winning The Masters or Wimbledon for your first professional victory. That’s about what Italy’s Alberto Bettiol, 25, achieved by winning the 103rd Ronde...

CYCLING Preview: Famed Tour of Flanders comes Sunday, but who are the favorites?

The spring “Cobbled Classics” circuit is coming to an end, with two of the most famous one-day races in cycling scheduled for the next...

CYCLING: Lopez wins Volta de Catalunya, Kristoff & Wild sprint to wins in Flanders

A busy week of European cycling saw an outstanding victory for another Colombian climbing star in Miguel Angel Lopez, who won the 99th Volta...

CYCLING: Final sprint brings a fourth win for Dutch star Vos in Trofeo Alfredo...

Dutch star Marianne Vos won her fourth Trofeo Alfredo Binda, outlasting her challengers on the final sprint into Cittiglio. The 131.1 km race was decided...

CYCLING Preview: Two iconic races in Italy this weekend: Milan-Sanremo and the Trofeo Alfredo...

Two of the oldest races in cycling comes this weekend, both in Italy: the reversed Milan-Sanremo for men on Saturday – in its 109th...

CYCLING Preview: Five previous champions lined up for 13th women’s Ronde van Drenthe

The second race of the 2019 UCI Women’s World Tour is one of its highest-profile routes: the Ronde van Drenthe in the center of...

CYCLING: Defending champ Van Vleuten starts 2019 with victory at Strade Bianche

Dutch star Annemiek van Vleuten won her first Women’s World Tour seasonal title in 2018 by coming on strong in the last third of...

CYCLING: Sierra wins Women’s World Tour finale in Guangxi

Cuba’s best cyclist, Arlenis Sierra, won the final race of the UCI Women’s World Tour with a sprint to the finish of the one-day women’s Tour of Guangxi in China. This capped a nice year for Sierra, who won the Pan American road-race title, the final stage of the Amgen Tour of California Women’s Race […]
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CYCLING Preview: UCI World Tours finish in Guangxi

The 2018 UCI men’s World Tour will reach its anti-climatic end with this week’s GREE-Tour of Guangxi in southeastern China, which began on Tuesday. The top-ranked riders from the World Tour standings in the field are no. 20 Jasper Stuyven (BEL) and no. 21 Arnaud Demare (FRA), so the seasonal title belongs to Simon Yates […]
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Double the effort, double the fun?

PALM DESERT, Sep. 15, 2016 – Gwen Jorgensen left no doubt about her dominance of the women’s triathlon with her victory in Rio at the 2016 Olympic Games. But now she’s in Cozumel, Mexico, looking for yet another World Championship to go along with her Olympic gold this weekend. We have a full preview of […]
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