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  1. Zonhoven Cyclocross World Cup Sandpit To Test Riders

    Zonhoven Cyclocross World Cup Sandpit To Test Riders

    Oct 21, 2021

    This upcoming weekend is the start of the European block of 2021 UCI Cyclocross World Cup races on Sunday, October 24. Zonhoven, Belgium hosted the famed sandpit race from 1958 to 1966 and then restarted the race as part of the Telnet Superprestige during the 2009-2010 season. Zonhoven CX was cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19 but is back in 2021 to kick off a series of Belgian cyclocross World Cup races. The 2020 winners include Belgium’s Toon Aerts and The Netherlands' Annemarie Worst.
  2. Mud And Glory For Italian Colbrelli At Thrilling Paris-Roubaix

    Mud And Glory For Italian Colbrelli At Thrilling Paris-Roubaix

    Oct 3, 2021

    A mud-spattered Sonny Colbrelli won a three-way cat-and-mouse struggle to claim victory in the epic Paris-Roubaix bike race in dreadful conditions on Sunday.
  3. Filippo Ganna Defends Rainbow Jersey, Belgium Riders Round Out Podium

    Filippo Ganna Defends Rainbow Jersey, Belgium Riders Round Out Podium

    Sep 19, 2021

    Italy's Filippo Ganna retained his time-trial crown at cycling's world championships in Bruges on Sunday. The 25-year-old Ineos rider defended his title by beating local favourite Wout Van Aert (Jumbo) by five seconds in a carbon copy of last year's outcome. Another Belgium rider,  Remco Evenepoel took third, 43sec back at the end of a flat 43.3km course in the opening event of the championships in the Belgian city.
  4. Jasper Stuyven Is A Serious Underdog For 2021 UCI Road World Championships

    Jasper Stuyven Is A Serious Underdog For 2021 UCI Road World Championships

    Sep 18, 2021

    The UCI Road World Championship road races in Flanders, Belgium take place Sept. 25-26. The Flanders region is a hotbed for professional cycling, known for its steep and often cobbled climbs. Both the elite men's and women's road races begin in Antwerp and feature multiple complex circuits which will give racers and fans a taste of quintessential Belgian bike racing before finishing on Leuven's Geldenaaksevest.
  5. Wout Van Aert Is Top Favorite For 2021 UCI Road Worlds

    Wout Van Aert Is Top Favorite For 2021 UCI Road Worlds

    Sep 17, 2021

    Wout Van Aert can round off a superb season by being crowned men's world road race champion on home turf and shake off his tag of championship nearly man, giving Belgium a record-extending 27th rainbow jersey in male events.
  6. Five Favorites For The 2021 UCI Road World Championship Men's Road Race

    Five Favorites For The 2021 UCI Road World Championship Men's Road Race

    Sep 9, 2021

    The UCI Road World Championship road races in Flanders, Belgium take place on September 25 and 26th. The Flanders region is a hotbed for professional cycling, known for its steep, and often cobbled climbs.
  7. Five Favorites For The 2021 UCI Road World Championship Men's Time Trial

    Five Favorites For The 2021 UCI Road World Championship Men's Time Trial

    Sep 3, 2021

    “The Race of Truth” comes to the 2021 UCI Road World Championships in Knokke-Heist, Belgium for the elite men on Sunday, September 19. The 43.3km men’s race will feature a beach start and winding passage into Damme that the U23 men will also race; the women’s TT race is 30.3km and follows a similar trajectory. Additionally, both races will feature a 180 degree turn offering a straight 5km run into Damme before the finish into 't Zand in the heart of Bruges.
  8. 2021 UCI Road World Championships TT Course Preview

    2021 UCI Road World Championships TT Course Preview

    Aug 25, 2021

    Six rainbow jerseys will be awarded in Bruges, Belgium where every world time trial title will be decided. Following 2020, a year in which only elite world titles were awarded due to the coronavirus pandemic, youth categories will return in 2021, as well as the team time trial mixed relay.
  9. Tadej Pogacar Wins 2021 Tour de France, Wout Van Aert Wins Stage 21

    Tadej Pogacar Wins 2021 Tour de France, Wout Van Aert Wins Stage 21

    Jul 18, 2021

    Tadej Pogacar won a second successive Tour de France on Sunday as Wout Van Aert claimed the final stage on the Champs-Elysees in Paris.
  10. Tadej Pogacar Effectively Seals Second Straight Tour de France Victory

    Tadej Pogacar Effectively Seals Second Straight Tour de France Victory

    Jul 17, 2021

    Tadej Pogacar all but became champion of the 2021 Tour de France on Saturday as the UAE rider protected his large overall lead in the stage 20 time-trial, ahead of the traditionally ceremonial final run to Paris.
  11. Wout Van Aert Towers On Tour de France's Iconic Mont Ventoux

    Wout Van Aert Towers On Tour de France's Iconic Mont Ventoux

    Jul 7, 2021

    Raucous crowds cheered Wout Van Aert to a frantic stage 11 win on the Tour de France on Wednesday after a double ascent of Mont Ventoux.
  12. Cavendish Win Puts Him One Short Of Merckx Tour Record

    Cavendish Win Puts Him One Short Of Merckx Tour Record

    Jul 6, 2021

    Mark Cavendish won his third stage on the 2021 Tour de France on Tuesday to move within one of Eddy Merckx's all-time record of 34 wins on the world's greatest race.
  13. Spectator Causes Mass Crash During Stage 1 Of 2021 Tour de France

    Spectator Causes Mass Crash During Stage 1 Of 2021 Tour de France

    Jun 26, 2021

    A huge fall involving around half of the Tour de France peloton sent a stark warning to roadside fans trying to get themselves on television on Saturday.
  14. Tom Dumoulin Among Top Underdogs For 2021 Tour de Suisse

    Tom Dumoulin Among Top Underdogs For 2021 Tour de Suisse

    May 19, 2021

    The 2021 Tour de Suisse, June 6 to 13, will reveal quite a lot about those riders who could shine big in future stage races including the Tour de France the following month.
  15. The 2021 Tour de France's Two Time Trials Are The Key To The Yellow Jersey

    The 2021 Tour de France's Two Time Trials Are The Key To The Yellow Jersey

    May 18, 2021

    Races have been won and lost in the race against the clock in some of the most dramatic and poetic narratives in cycling history, from Greg Lemond’s record setting 8-second winning margin over Laurent Fignon in 1989, to the gut wrenching meltdown of Primoz Roglic on the penultimate day of the 2020 Tour de France.