Tom Dumoulin Steps Away From Cycling To Consider Options
Jan 23, 2021
Former Giro d'Italia winner Tom Dumoulin announced on Saturday that, at the age of 30, he was taking a break from cycling.
Wout Van Aert Extends Contract With Jumbo-Visma Until 2024
Jan 21, 2021
Wout Van Aert extended his contract with Dutch cycling Team Jumbo-Visma on Thursday claiming his team had become the best in the world.
Rio Omnium Champion Viviani Resting After Heart Issue
Jan 21, 2021
Italian cyclist Elia Viviani is required to rest for a fortnight after a "minor heart rhythm" issue, his Cofidis team announced on Thursday.
Perennial French Hope Pinot Misses Tour To Focus On Giro
Jan 20, 2021
Thibaut Pinot, for so long one of the great hopes of French fans, said on Tuesday he will skip the Tour de France this year to focus on the Giro d'Italia.
Tadej Pogacar Brushes Off Tour de France Skeptics Ahead Of 2021 Season
Jan 18, 2021
Tour de France champion Tadej Pogacar played down his sensational time-trial performance that clinched him last year's title, describing it Monday as nothing out of the ordinary.
Froome 'Not Finished Yet' In Search For Fifth Tour Title
Jan 18, 2021
A defiant Chris Froome declared he was "not finished yet" on Monday as his new cycling team Israel Start Up Nation held a press conference ahead of a season in which the Briton is targeting a fifth Tour de France.
Bora Hansgrohe Riders Sustain Serious Injuries After Collision With Car
Jan 17, 2021
Dutch cyclist Wilco Kelderman appears to be the worst hit after seven cyclists from the German Bora - Hansgrohe team were knocked down by a motorist during a training ride.
Austrian Doctor Receives Four-Year Sentence In Doping Trial
Jan 15, 2021
Senior figures in German sport on Friday welcomed the prison sentence handed to the doctor at the centre of the "Aderlass" international blood-doping trial in Munich after the first major test of Germany's anti-doping laws.
Froome's Israel Start-Up Nation Debut Off Due To Coronavirus
Jan 12, 2021
Four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome's debut for his new Israel Start-Up Nation team has been put on hold after organizers announced on Monday they had called off the Vuelta a San Juan due to the Coronavirus.
USA Cycling Announces Cyclocross World Championships Roster
Jan 11, 2021
USA Cycling announced on Monday the athletes who will represent the United States at the 2021 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships that will take place in Ostend, Belgium on January 30-31, 2021.
Tokyo Shines Bright For Cycling In 2021 But Tour de France Still Glitters
Jan 11, 2021
A Mount Fuji showdown adds a glint of Olympic gold to a 2021 cycling season in which Tadej Pogacar must expect a ferocious counter-attack from the big guns targeting the main prize, his Tour de France title.
Tour de France Champion Pogacar Gets Covid-19 Jab
Jan 8, 2021
Tour de France champion Tadej Pogacar and the entire UAE Emirates cycling squad have been vaccinated against Covid-19, the team said Friday.
Marc Hirschi And DSM (Sunweb) Terminate Contract With One Year Remaining
Jan 5, 2021
Marc Hirschi, one of the rising stars of road cycling, has agreed to terminate his contract with DSM, the team announced on Tuesday.
UAE Team Emirates, First Team Affected By Coronavirus, First Vaccinated?
Dec 23, 2020
Cycling was one of the first sports to experience the Coronavirus firsthand. The 2020 UAE Tour was abruptly halted on February 27th, two stages shy of its scheduled finish, following staff members of a participating team testing positive for COVID-19.
Froome To Open 'New Chapter' In Argentina
Dec 17, 2020
Four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome will start his career with his new Israel Start-Up Nation team in Argentina at the Vuelta a San Juan next month, he said Wednesday.