Van der Poel rode a faultless race whilst second-place Van Aert blames a dropped chain
Worst fought back to catch Vos but couldn’t match World Cup leader’s final attack
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Stupid TV shows, group rides, and good sandwiches were Keough’s winning formula in Iowa.
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We were treated to two very different (and exciting) races at world championships in Innsbruck. We unpack the tactics and dynamics behind
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Out four to six weeks due to a broken sternum suffered at first World Cup, ‘cross champ Stephen Hyde stays upbeat, focuses on recovery.
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For the second week in a row, Toon Aerts and Wout Van Aert face off, and Aerts again beats the reigning world ‘cross champion.
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UCI World Road Championships are underway and anticipation is building for the weekend’s elite road races — who will win rainbows?
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Seven-time world cyclocross champion Marianne Vos wins the Waterloo World Cup after a battle with young American Ellen Noble.
Toon Aerts wins his first World Cup, dueling with fellow Belgian and world champion Wout Van Aert.
After mentoring Maghalie Rochette for years on the Clif team, Katerina Nash says the Canadian has potential to get on World Cup podium.
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