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WORLDS’15 Men’s Road Race: Super Sagan!

Race Report: With a text book late move Slovakia’s charismatic Peter Sagan was crowned champion of the world after an exciting and savage finale in Richmond, Virginia. Invisible until one ‘minute to midnight’ he made his move on the steep cobbles of 23rd Street and once he was alone, he was gone - despite a desperate peloton on his heels all along the finish straight.

WORLDS’15 Road Race: The PEZ Preview!

Race Preview: The BIG day of the year is here. Yes, the World road race championship, the only race that allows the winner to wear a nice multicoloured jersey for a year. Ed Hood takes a look at the history, the course and who is going to win on Sunday. A nobody ever wins the Worlds!

WORLDS’15 Men’s ITT: Kiryienka Cracks ‘Em!

Race Report: On a day when the pundits – including this one - got it all wrong it was 34 year-old veteran Belorusan Sky stalwart Vasil Kiryienka who pulled on the rainbow jersey, besting ever-improving Italian chronoman, Adriano Malori by nine seconds and French shock bronze medallist Jerome Coppel by 26 seconds.

WORLDS’15 Men’s Under 23 ITT: Schmidt Smashes It!

Race Report: In an exciting test against the clock and the weather, Mads Schmidt of Denmark and USA's Chloe Dygert took the gold medals in day 2 of the Richmond World Championships. The junior women's race was run in perfect conditions, but the later starters in the under 23 men's test had rain to upset the bookies predictions.

WORLDS’15 Team Time Trial: BMC Blasts Home!

Race Report: The first events of the 2015 World road championships in Richmond are in the bag and we have the first winners. The women's and men's team time trail gold medals repeat from last year in Spain as Velocio-SRAM and BMC hold their titles. And both races were nail biting to the finish.