Things seem to be working well for Primož Roglič after he met a tragic crash at Tour de France 2022, which left him with a dislocated shoulder. Although he continued to participate in the event for 9 more days, he had to call it quits to make a sound recovery.
After Geraint Thomas’s hopes of winning gold were taken out of the Common Wealth games owing to an unfortunate crash on 4th August 2022, Rohan Dennis (Australia) stepped in to sweep out the win, taking home the gold medal. Dennis was listed as the race favorite alongside Thomas for the men’s time trial. Dannis won
Grace Brown remains the favorite after winning the gold at Commonwealth Games. She undoubtedly received a tough match at the individual time trial for women, but she overcame all the obstacles and took the win in her name on 4th August 2022. View this post on Instagram
David Dekker of team Jumbo-Visma was all set out to take the victory at Vuelta a Burgos on 3rd August 2022. He almost had it in his grasp and was quite happy that things were going according to their plan. He thought that taking a win at stage 2 is the perfect opening of the
Unfortunately, Sergio Higuita (Bora-Hansgrohe) met a tragic crash at Tour de Pologne. The tour leader met a fall on stage four which left him with injured knees. However, after facing the tragic event on 2nd August, he still managed to finish the race. View this post on Instagram
It is no surprise that women face discrimination, whatever field it may be. They are either paid less or do not enjoy the same job benefits as men do. As a woman, one always comes across a glass ceiling, beyond which it is almost impossible to progress. It looks like the tentacles of discrimination have
Soltec Team-UCI, a Women’s cycling team from Spain just landed a contract with the Olympic champion in women’s road racing and mathematician, Anna Kiesenhofer. Soltec decided to take Anna on board ahead of the Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta scheduled for September. View this post on Instagram
Team Astana Qazaqstan imposed a suspension on their rider Miguel Angel López amidst the ongoing investigation for being involved with Dr. Marcos Maynar Mariño on Jully 22. Maynar was engaged in alleged drug trafficking case as well as money laundering. However, The team decided to end the suspension on 1st August,Monday.
Leo Hayter is all set to join Ineos Grenadiers as a part of his first professional contract. Right after the young rider won the U23 Giro d’Italia, The team decided to take him on board. Hayter’s elder brother Ethan is already a part of Ineos Grenadiers. He will be joining the team as a trainee,
Movistar’s gem Annemiek van Vleuten may have not been feeling quite herself lately at the Tour de France Femmes, but the Dutch cyclist proved to everyone once again why she is the best of the best. Vleuten took the stage victory at La Super Planche des Belles Filles on 31st July, Sunday. Hence getting crowned
The rider and bicycles did a tango dance on the streets of Saint-Dié-des-Vosges, as they tangled up with one another, creating a sense of sheer panic among the directors, mechanics, and medics. The cause of curiosity is, how was such a massive crash sparked. the roads were straight, without as much gravel. Anyhow, the riders
Barbara Malcotti of the team Human Powered Health was disqualified from Tour de France Femmes on 27th July, Thursday. Never in her dreams, she would have imagined that a simple act will get her out of the game. She changed her bike in front of the peloton, instead of behind it. The act was termed
Adding the stage 5 win to her bag, Lorena Wiebes (Team DSM) now holds two stage wins at the Tour de France Femmes 2022. She beat Elisa Balsamo (Trek-Segafredo) at Saint-Dié-des-Vosges on the 28th of July, Thursday. While Marianne Vos (Jumbo-Visma) managed to finish in third place. View this
Marlen Reusser of team SD Worx took a solo victory at the rocky stage 4 of Tour de France Femmes. Marlen blew off the tension which was building up due to the mechanical errors the team had faced previously on the tour. The race began on 27th July, Wednesday and spectators stood witness to the
Jumbo-Visma’s Marianne Vos was seen dancing to the tunes of the yellow jersey at the Tour de France Femmes. The rider did all she could to retain the jersey but lost to Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig on stage 3. Nevertheless, Vos remained the overall leader and plans to keep her place. Despite ending up in second
FDJ-SUEZ Futuroscope did not have a really good opening at the Tour de France Femmes stage 1. They lost Marta Cavalli to a crash on the very first day. What else is really left to say? as the team was since seen visibly suffering. But Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig decided it was time to save herself,
With the end of the Tour de France 2022, new speculations came to life. Everyone had but one question in mind. Will they see their favorite rider Tadej Pogacar ride for his team the UAE Team Emirates in the upcoming Vuelta a España. Well, the rider cleared all suppositions as he said that he will
After standing victorious at Tour de France 2022, Jumbo-Visma is now making rounds at the Tour de France Femmes. Marianne Vos of team Jumbo-Visma had a clean win on 25th July, Monday. She not only won stage 2, but also now holds the yellow jersey. Vos is now the new race leader. It was already
Tour de France Femmes began with Lorena Wiebes (Team DSM) taking victory over Marianne Vos (Jumbo-Visma). The race, which was scheduled for 24th July 2020, was 82 km long. It started with the scenic background of Eiffel Tower and went all the way up till Champs-Élysées. View this
The Tour de France 2022 was full of twists and turns, no one ever speculated. When the first time trial was held, all eyes were on Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) as he was considered to be undefeatable at the tour. But Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma) tried his luck and decided to challenge the proclaimed winner.
Jumbo-Visma’s lucky stars seem to be aligned, as after back to back victories in the deciding stages of the Tour de France, the team dominated Saturday’s time trial. The stage 20th was scheduled for 23rd July, and Wout Van Aert made a clean sweep with best time. View
The Jumbo-Visma winning streak continues as Christophe Laporte grabbed a solo win at stage 19. The stage was held at Cahors, on Friday, 22nd July. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Christophe Laporte
Miguel Angel López has been forced to stop participating in any future activities by his team Astana Qazaqstan. The decision to suspend Miguel came in on 22nd July, Friday, following Spanish reports which hint at a link between Miguel and Dr. Marcos Maynar Mariño. Dr. Marcos Maynar Mariño was arrested in May, for dealing in
Custom-Road Bike Projects have become very famous amongst bike manufacturers and that is the same case with ENVE Composites. Thinking of starting the project back in 2021, they have now introduced their Melee Road Bike which is all set to defy odds. ENVE has tried to tinker with the modern road racing bike formula and
Jonas Vingegaard won stage 18th on 21 July, Thursday. He made a clean sweep at the finishing line, leaving his opponents far behind while taking a solo win. Vingegaard now owns Tour de France 2022. A mild crash disrupted the race for Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates), but Vingegaard waited on him like a true
The stage held at Hautacam, Lourdes, Tour de France, stood witnessed to great acts of sportsmanship. Rumor has it that on Thursday, 21st July, Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma) waited on Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) as Pogacar took a skid on the road. 😱 @TamauPogi crashed! But Jonas Vingegaard waits for him. 😱 @TamauPogi est
Jonas Vingegaard remains unbothered by Tadej Pogačar’s win of the stage 17, on 20 July, Wednesday. The stage was set out at Col du Val Louron-Azet. Vingegaard did not even show an ounce of anxiety as his opponent took his place on the winner’s podium. Even though, UAE Team Emirates lost its key players, Rafal
Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) has once again proved why he is said to be the best athlete on the Tour’s ground. On Wednesday, July 20th, He claimed his third stage win of the event. Your stage 17 winner…Bravo @TamauPogi 💪🏻😁 #TDF2022 pic.twitter.com/uZmzVbD6H4 — @UAE-TeamEmirates (@TeamEmiratesUAE) July 20, 2022 It was being speculated if
Right before the start of stage 17th, Tadej Pogacar received a heavy blow as his best wingman, Rafal Majka (UAE Team Emirates) was forced to leave the tour. The chain of Majka’s cycle broke on the stage 16. The unfortunate happening left him with a strained thigh. Unfortunately @majkaformal will not start stage 17
The mountainous stage at Pyrenean left the GC in a bit of a fuss, however, the three top holders stood firm in their places. Despite the shaking grounds, they managed to survive, but will that be enough? Geraint Thomas hopes so. View this post on Instagram
Israel-Premier Tech rider Hugo Houle attained his first ever Professional win on July 19th, Tuesday. The 31-year-old rider deemed the biggest cycling stage to claim a remarkable win. He cruised solely to mark a second stage win for the team Israel-Premier Tech, following the stage 5 win by Simon Clarke.
Salt Lake Criterium became a battleground after the race on Saturday, 16th July. Fists were seen flying in the air, as some riders tried their best to tone down the situation. All their efforts were in vain as Michael Hernandez (Best Buddies Racing built by HGR Construction) and Justin Williams (L39ION of Los Angeles) brawled
Bora-Hansgrohe confirmed on 18th July, Monday, that Jai Hindley is a part of their plan for the Vuelta a España scheduled in August. Ralph Denk, the manager for the team, revealed: The plan is he will do the Vuelta, he’s at altitude training camp, motivated and riding well so far After an intense battle with
Stage 15th of Tour de France was a rather peculiar one. The melting heat accompanied by the Covid-19 wave has turned the tabled upside down. In an unexpected turn of events, Jasper Philipsen, who finished third in the last year’s Tour in Carcassonne, took the stage win a year later on 17th July 2022.
Tour de France looses Primož Roglič as the team Jumbo-Visma confirmed on Sunday i.e. 17th July that the team leader will not be seen continuing in stage 15. The rider suffered from injuries on the cobbles stage at Paris-Roubaix, which have forced him to withdraw from the event to recover.
With just 300 meters to go, a trio formed in front of Trek-Segafredo’s breakaway man, who had decided to go for the win today. But on 15th July, Friday, all the efforts against him failed, as the young man launched a sprint and dashed pass the trio. He fought off Hugo Houle (Israel-Premier Tech) and
Bad luck continues to follow Caleb Ewan at the Tour de France, as the Lotto Soudal rider met a horrifying crash. The incident happened on 15th July, Friday, as the rider set out on the stage in Saint-Étienne. The crash left him with a hurting knee and an aching shoulder. Nevertheless, he managed to complete
Tom Pidcock won the first stage at his debut Tour de France on 14th July, Thursday. The Ineos Grenadiers proved his worth by taking over the L’Alpe d’Huez climb remarkably, leaving behind the yellow jersey to fend for himself. The crowd of the Bastille Day cheered the 22-year-old as he fought Louis Meintjes (Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux)
Lorena Wiebes won Baloise Ladies Tour’s second day. The DSM rider was seen flying across the finish line in Zulte on 15th July, Thursday. Mylene de Zoete (AG Insurance-NXTG Team) stood second, while Amber van der Hulst (Liv Racing Xstra) was seen crossing third. View this post on Instagram
Mathieu van der Poel has pulled the plugs of his Tour de France journey, abandoning the tour midway. The news came in on the 13th of July, Wednesday, but it was no surprise as the Alpecin-Deceuninck was clearly struggling ever since the start of the tour. #TDF2022 And that’s the end of @mathieuvdpoel‘s Tour
Our polka dot jersey holder may have been enjoying the status of the best climber so far at the Tour de France, but he knew it was the time to up his game. Magnus Cort of EF Education–EasyPost looked all might and high as he crossed the finish line of the stage held in the
Mark Cavendish’s contract with QuickStep-AlphaVinyl will be concluded by the end of this season. The news was confirmed by Patrick Lefevere, team manager, on the 12th of July, Tuesday. View this post on Instagram A post shared
Bob Jungels single-handedly won the Châtel stage on 10th July, Sunday. Thibaut Pinot (Groupama–FDJ) tried to catch up to the AG2R Citroën rider, but all his efforts were in vain. Jonathan Castroviejo (Ineos) came second, Carlos Verona (Movistar) took his place on the podium in the third spot, while Thibaut Pinot finished fourth. The day
Just when everyone thought the season was over for Wout van Aert, the Jumbo-Visma rider claimed the win of stage 8 on 9th July, Saturday. Van Aert gave a tough match to Michael Matthews (BikeExchange-Jayco) to the finish line. View this post on Instagram
Friday, July 8th saw another victory for the UAE Team Emirates rider Tadej Pogačar at the Super Planche des Belles Filles leaving behind Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma) who thought he had almost won. This marks a second stage win for Tadej Pogačar at the Tour de France. View this
It is clear that Tour de France 2022 has taken its toll on Mathieu van der Poel, as he admitted at the cobbles that he was not feeling well. But on 8th July, Friday, he confessed that he is thinking of abandoning the Tour altogether if his form doesn’t show a significant change. The Alpecin–Fenix
Tadej Pogačar is back with a bang as the UAE Team Emirates star won stage 6 of the Tour de France on 7th July, Thursday. He walked off with the Yellow Jersey, leaving behind a staggered Wout Van Aert. He has so far been the most consistent and robust contender at the Tour.
Daniel Oss of team TotalEnergies met with an unfortunate crash on stage 5 of the Tour de France. The incident occurred when Daniel collided with a fan who had stumbled in his way on Wednesday, July 6th, 2022. The unfortunate mishap has caused the rider to retreat from the Tour, unwillingly. On Thursday, 7th July,
Wednesday 6th July witnessed the most intense battle of the Tour so far. The GC contenders were fighting like cats and dogs to take the win on one of the toughest stages of the Tour. But the cobbles had more surprises rolled up the sleeve. Simon Clarke (Israel-Premier Tech) took the win and Taco van
Stage 5 of Tour de France unfolded with many surprises. Israel-Premier Tech’s rider Simon Clarke was crowned the stage win. The cobbles stage underwent on Wednesday, 6th July. Wout Van Aert who won stage 4, crashed in the early stages. Jonas Vingegaard of Jumbo-Visma suffered from a mechanical fault in his bicycle. Primož Roglič also
ASO, Tour de France organizers, paid tribute to the late Scottish journalist Richard Moore, who died at the young age of just 48. The organizers gathered the friends, family, and colleagues of the late journalist on 6th July, Wednesday, on the stage in his remembrance. Richard Moore was an author, journalist, podcaster, and racing cyclist.
Wout Van Aert finally breaks from the shackles of bad luck as he takes his first win at the Tour de France. Van won stage 4 on Tuesday 5th July. After ending up second consecutively in the opening trial and stage 2 and stage 3 as well, the Jumbo-Visma rider decided to take his game
Annemiek van Vleuten (Movistar) won stage 4 of Giro d’Italia Donne, recklessly beating her rivals to the finish line, but, Spanish champion Mavi Garcia (UAE Team ADQ) did give her a tough match. Van Vleuten took the maglia rosa in the race of 4th July, Monday, but Garcia is still in the match for taking the
Mathieu van der Poel is out on a hunt for the yellow jersey at the Roubaix stage, which is supposed to start on 6th July 2022. The stage 5 has a distance of 153.7 km and is a hilly type stage. Such stages are best meant for sprinters who can steer easily on uneven pavements.
Annemiek van Vleuten of Movistar Team won stage 4 of Giro d’Italia Donne on 7th July, Monday. With just 50 km to go, Van Vleuten sprinted along with three others, but they could not keep up with the speed of Annemiek van Vleuten. View this post on Instagram
Everyone remembers when Dylan Groenewegen was banned from the sport for 9 months, having piqued the famous Fabio Jakobsen crash, at the Tour de Pologne, 2020. But the BikeExchange-Jayco’s rider earned absolution, and won stage three of the Tour de France, on 3rd July, Sunday. His practice at the Dauphine is coming in handy.
In a surprising turn of events, Yves Lampaert (QuickStep-AlphaVinyl) took on all the GC favorites and won the time trial on Friday, 1st July. Lampaert took a lead on Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) by five seconds and earned the Maillot Jaune, the leader’s yellow jersey at the Tour de France. Wout van Aert, finished in
On Thursday, 30th June, Giro d’Italia Donne was affected by high winds that blew from Cagliari. The weather forecast predicted that the winds would keep picking up and get higher as the day proceeded. Kristen Faulkner (Team BikeExchange-Jayco), who just recovered from the crash, won the race with the winning time, i.e. 5:45.
The French Police raided Bahrain Victorious and seized medicines and electronics. The news was confirmed by the French Officials on Thursday, 30th June. Police also searched the homes of staff members and riders. The movement came in due to the international anti-doping operation. The operation started on Monday, i.e. 27th June, before the team traveled
It has just been announced that two riders hailing from the teams Cofidis and Israel Premier Tech will have to withdraw from the Tour. The decision came in on 30th June, Thursday morning. The two riders namely Daryl Impey (Israel Premier Tech) and Bryan Coquard (Cofidis) had to pull out of the Tour because their
Lotto Soudal has built their hope of winning the Grand Tour around one person, Caleb Ewan. On 30th, June i.e. Wednesday, John Lelangue, the team’s general manager said that their goal for this season is more than just winning. The team is headed to Copenhagen with revenge on their minds. The team is dazzling in
The extensive and exemplary career of Annemiek van Vleuten will come to its conclusion at the end of 2023. The Movistar rider made the announcement on Wednesday, June, 29, and has left her fans in despair. But we still have some time to enjoy more of her on the screens.
On June 29, Jumbo-Visma’s rider Wout van Aert, our very own second “eternal second”, cleared all speculations about him joining the Tour de France. Everyone was curious about the mysterious “knee pain” the rider complained about, which made him miss the Belgian National Championships. The 27-year-old announced on Tuesday that he is back on
Ineos Grenadiers will not be having one or two but three leaders for Tour de France. The team’s Management announced on the 28th of June, Tuesday that they will have a trio group of Dani Martínez, Adam Yates, and Geraint Thomas competing for stage wins at the Tour. Tom Pidcock, whose contract with the team
Bora-Hansgrohe has revealed their team for Tour de France. The roster was revealed on June 27th, Monday. What’s surprising is that Sam Bennett did not make the cut. Bennett, who has won stages at the Tour de France of 2020 along with wins at other major tours like the 2020 Vuelta a España and three stages
QuickStep-AlphaVinyl, the racing team from Belgium, just announced their selected team members for the Tour de France on Monday. But the roster did not include the name of Julian Alaphilippe, the world champion, and Mark Cavendish, who just won the British Championship. The decision came in on 27th June. The names of Mattia Cattaneo, Kasper
The UAE Team Emirates announced their full team list on Monday, days behind Jumbo-Visma. Tadej Pogačar will be seen as the team leader in the Tour de France. The roster revealed on June 27th includes a blend of climbers and all-rounders. This fusion is perfect to face the challenges presented at The Tour. Pogačar will
On a fine Sunday morning, the fans of a particular star were left overjoyed as they witnessed their favorite cross the finish line, taking home a remarkable win. Mark Cavendish of QuickStep-AlphaVinyl claimed the second British title of his career on June 26TH. The spectators got to see that Cavendish, known for his outstanding sprinting
Groupama-FDJ has once again roped in David Gaudu ahead of Tour de France. The decision came in on Thursday morning when the team disclosed that they have added 2 more years to the contract with David. The team still had one and a half seasons to go with Gaudu, but they did not want the
Jumbo-Visma’s rider, Wout Van Aert, endured a knee injury on Thursday morning. The incident happened at the training camp of the team in Tignes. As a result, the team has decided to pull their star rider out of the Belgian Championships to avoid any risks. The statement was made public on June 23, where it
On Wednesday morning, The UAE Team Emirates declared that their star rider, Alexys Brunel, has decided to put an end to his career as a professional road cycling. The 23-year-old star rider terminated his contract with the team on June 22ND. View this post on Instagram
On Wednesday, June 22nd, The Dutch Tourist Trophy saw a turn of events when Bauke Mollema rode his bike across the crossing line and won the national title by overthrowing Tom Dumoulin of team Jumbo-Visma. The team Trek–Segafredo rider was as stunned as any spectator with his first-ever win of the Dutch TT title of
Lotto Soudal has announced their team for the upcoming Tour de France. Caleb Ewan will be seen leading the team to victory. He will be accompanied by Florian Vermeersch, Frederik Frison, Brent Van Moer and Reinardt Janse van Rensburg. 🇩🇰 𝗖𝗼𝗽𝗲𝗻𝗵𝗮𝗴𝗲𝗻 ➡️𝗣𝗮𝗿𝗶𝘀 🇫🇷 The #TDF2022 is almost upon us and we are excited to
The crowd at Tour de Suisse witnessed the most intense match on the final classification of stage 4. Kristen Faulkner of team BikeExchange-Jayco and Lucinda Brand of Team Trek-Segafredo raced neck and neck on the wet, slippery roads. As Lucinda took the lead and headed on towards the finish, Kristen lost control and crashed on
The team for the Tour de France of Jumbo-Visma has been made public. Primož Roglič, Jonas Vingegaard and Wout van Aert are all included in the team officially. The management team of Jumbo-Visma made their ambitions clear in their statement: We have several ambitions, so we have chosen riders who are the best at different
Amy Pieters suffered a heart-wrenching head injury in a crash while at a training camp in Spain. Amy regained consciousness 4 months after the crash. It has been 6 months since the Dutch National suffered from severe brain damage in a crash. Her family unveiled that she is making better progress. Amy Pieters was in
QuickStep-AlphaVinyl’s star Julian Alaphilippe was taken out of racing due to a crash that he suffered at Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Ever since he has been absent from mainstream racing, the rider was seen again in Cholet at the French Championship. It is not yet confirmed whether the 30-year-old will be a part of the QuickStep-AlphaVinyl team for
After winning a stage victory at the Giro Giro d’Italia, Biniam Girmay made history. Shortly after the win, Girmay had a freak accident at the podium where he injured his eye. Due to this he had to drop out of the event completely but it seems that he will be making a grand comeback now.
Tour de Suisse worked wonders for Remco Evenepoel, after all he won the final time trial. This was meant to be a good warm up before Vuelta a España starts and he even learned some lessons as he ended up at the overall 11th place in the general classification. This ranking allows him to work
Team Jumbo–Visma’s rider for the women’s continental team, Pernille Mathiesen, has decided to retire from professional cycling. Her decision came in due to the various health disorders that she is facing. She took to Instagram to make her announcement: I have decided to stop my career as a professional cyclist, after a long time not
Remco Evenepoel crashed at stage 5 of Tour de Sussie as he felt drained due to the heat. He felt the power leave his legs as his legs started to feel heavier and heavier. He confessed that he could not compete with fellow opponents because he did not feel it in his legs. He said:
The team Jumbo-Visma made a difficult decision today. Keeping in mind the health of their as well as the other teams competing in the tournament, they have decided to pull out of the competition. The decision came after they found out that their team has yet again been affected by Covid-19. An official statement just
Michael Matthews wanted to achieve his second win at the Tour de Sussie, but he only came as close as falling in the runner-up slot on stage 4. Although some may see it as an achievement, given that the rider has stood a podium in the early stages of the race, it is quite clear
Although the win of Peter Sagan has been the highlight of the day, the Tour de Suisse came with a downfall too. The event took a turn for the dark when Kasper Asgreen of team QuickStep-AlphaViny and Max Schachmann of the team Bora-Hansgrohe met with a crash. With just 4 km left to the finish
Tour de Suisse is considered to be the proving ground for the big Tour de France because it is no easy task to win the race. Many big names have only been able to take it in their stride only a few times. For instance, Mark Cavendish has only had three victories at the event
Ruben Guerreiro took a spectacle win at the Mont Ventoux Dénivelé. Esteban Chaves of EF Education–EasyPost followed second, falling short of just 2 kilometers behind Ruben who claimed the day. Chaves overpowered Michael Storer, of Groupama-FDJ, 2 kilometers away from the finish line and fell one minute behind Ruben.
Andreas Leknessund won stage two of the Tour de Suisse single-handedly. The young rider of the Team DSM was a no match for his contestants today, yet in a hilarious turn of events, the spectators got to enjoy another event when Alberto Bettiol thought he had won the race and threw his fists in the
Andreas Leknessund (Team DSM) won stage two of the Tour de Suisse. He was ahead of all the contesters and solely took on the final crossing line. In a hilarious turn of events, Alberto Bettiol, who was oblivious of the fact that Andreas had finished before him, threw his fists in the air to celebrate
Peter Stetina won the Belgian Waffle Ride in North Carolina, single-handedly. He faced Nathan Haas and Paul Voss on the 129.5 mile route, but he steered clear of everyone. His speed was a no match for everyone today, and he won at only 6:55:23. View this post on
Primož Roglič won Critérium du Dauphiné along with his teammate Jonas Vingegaard. The Jumbo-Visma duo overpowered everyone and took over the one-week race. Winning the race is nothing new for Roglič, in fact, he has been a favorite at Jumbo-Visma for quite a while now. What’s new is that there is now a new team
The Final stage of Critérium du Dauphiné was won by Primož Roglič and Jonas Vingegaard of Jumbo Visma, but this did not make Ben O’Connor short of high spirit. The athlete wanted to win a podium on a world tour, and he has done so through his consistent hard work. In the Tour de France
At the thrilling finale of stage 4, the Women’s Tour, Katarzyna Niewiadoma, Elisa Longo Borghini, and Grace Brown engaged in a baffling sprint. With each athlete giving their best, fans held their hearts to see who crossed the line first. After the heart-pounding match between the group of 10 formed on the last climb, Grace
Egan Bernal underwent many surgeries as a result of a crash in January. The crash happened when the rider was training. He suffered from 20 broken bones and 2 collapsed lungs. He had to endure seven surgeries before he could begin his journey to recovery. The 25-year-old documented the whole process of recovery, thus allowing
Wout van Aert yet again finished second at the stage four of Criterium du Dauphine in La Bâtie d’Urfé. It looks like Aer is becoming fond of second place on the podium. In fact, he has become so used to finishing behind the Jumbo-Visma’s rider Filippo Ganna that he feels perfectly fine with it.
Esteban Chaves is back competing in the GC. This time, the Columbian road cyclist is part of the team EF Education–EasyPost. With a new team at his back, Esteban hopes to prove his abilities to everyone. The rider is trying hard to prove to the team that he deserves a spot at the Tour de
Human Powered Health’s champion Ben King has confirmed that 2022 will be the end of professional cycling for him. The cyclist is still processing the decision, which has left him with mixed feelings: I only finalized this decision two weeks ago, so I’m still processing it, it’s sad, but also exciting… and a little scary
DSM’s rider Lorena Wiebes won stage 2 of the Women‘s Tour in Harlow. Wiebes took the win by overpowering Barbara Guarischi by a great margin. After a parting sprint by Sammie Stuart (Sammie Stuart), Lily Williams (Human Powered Health) and Gladys Verhulst (Le Col-Wahoo) made a failed attempt to chase down the rider.
The Critérium du Dauphiné saw a turning of events as David Gaudu beats Wout van Aert. Gaudu overtook Aert right before the finishing line, cutting celebrations short for Aert at the category 2 sprint. It is safe to say that Van Aert has learned haste makes waste. He lifted his arms to celebrate victory prematurely
Annemiek van Vleuten is shortly making her return to the racing world after making recovery from a broken wrist. The only downside to her much-awaited return is that the Dutch racer will not be taking part in the Dutch Road Championship. Vleuten took to her website to make the announcement: I chose not to ride
QuickStep-AlphaVinyl’s sprinter, Mark Cavendish, suffered a crash at the race of Ronde van Limburg. The rider was in a pole position to take the victory on Monday when the unfortunate crash happened. Luckily, he survived the crash uninjured. The team took to Twitter to announce the horrific incident: [email protected] has been involved in a