Jan 06, 2020 - The other cyclocross riders had the rear view of Van der Poel again-Results and video from Gullegem and Brussels. Poggio or not in Sanremo-Top Story. Loads of pre-season news: TDU, Kuurne, Froome leaving Ineos camp. Rider news: Higuita, Battaglin, Rebellin and Ganna. Team news: Movistar, Androni, Deceuninck, Sunbelt and Kometa. New season on the way!
Nov 14, 2019 - A sad EUROTRASH Thursday with the passing of French hero Raymond Poulidor - Top Story. Poulidor's grandson Mathieu van der Poel won the Jaarmarktcross, report and video. Other cycling news: Carapaz/Movistar on good terms, not good for Dennis, race news from Norway and Britain, rider and team news, Velon complain and UAE glasses. The battle of Puy de Dôme.
Sept 09, 2019 - The Vuelta has had a few crazy days - Reports, quotes and video. Plus race action from the Brussels Classic, Tour of Britain, Antwerp Port Epic, Fourmies and Izegem Koers. Tom Pidcock to race with the top men - Top Story. Teams for Torino, GranPiemonte and Lombardia, rider contracts, Pozzovivo out of hospital, Jørgensen returns, new sponsor for Lotto Soudal.
Sept 05, 2019 - The Vuelta has had a good overall shake-up after Tuesday's time trial - Primoz Roglic is in charge. Results and video from Spain. No Olympic road race for Mathieu van der Poel - Top Story. Lots of other cycling news: Arkéa to win the Tour, Aldag leaves Dimension Data, contract news, Tour of Britain riders, Euskadi-Murias to stop and Bernal to ride Lombardia.
Aug 05, 2019 - Remco Evenepoel won the Clásica San Sebastián to be the youngest WorldTour race victor. News and video from the Basque Country, Pologne and London. Bad luck for Cofidis - Top Story. All the other news: Transfer, contract and stagieire news and rumours, European Championships, Media Figures of the Tour and Chris Froome's road to recovery video.
Stage Report: Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida) won the shortened stage 20 to Val Thorens. Just after the start, the Italian sneaked into the escape group to eventually go solo for the stage victory. Egan Bernal (Ineos) successfully defended his yellow jersey, while Steven Kruijswijk (Jumbo-Visma) pushed on to the podium at the expense of Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck - Quick-Step).
Stage Report: Stage 19 of the Tour de France was neutralised by hail on the route. The times were taken at the top of the Col de l’Iseran. Egan Bernal and Simon Yates were in the lead. The next group behind with Geraint Thomas, Steven Kruijswijk and Emanuel Buchmann, were more than a minute down. The yellow jersey, Julian Alaphilippe, was at more than two minutes.
Rider Interview: Ben Swift has had an up and down career so far, but the man is a winner. From World track championships to stage wins and podium places in Sanremo, he's back home with Team Ineos and has a National champion's jersey on his shoulders. Ed Hood caught up with Ben within days of his big win to hear all about it.
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