Category: News

Tadej Pogacar Strade Bianche

Tadej Pogacar Aims To Win The Strade Bianche

Tadej Pogacar is one of the best riders that the UAE Team Emirates has, his skills excel in Tour De France, but this time he has his eyes set on Strade Bianche which will be taking place on Saturday, Although this will be different than the Tour and the Spring Classics, Pogacar aims to gain

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Tour De France Netflix

Netflix Reportedly Planning Tour De France Series

Netflix has big plans for 2022 and beyond, apart from their limited series and movies, they have also acquired the gaming studio “Next Games”, publisher of Stranger Things and The Walking Dead games. Now, Netflix has fixed its eyes on a Tour De France Series. If this surely happens then professional cycling may get a

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Uci Bans Russia

UCI Bans Russian and Belarusian Teams Till “Further Notice”

Following the recommendation of IOC and the actions of AusCycling, UCI has finally decided to ban Russian and Belarusian Teams from competitions till “further notice”. The decision has been implemented after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. UCI is not the only sports organization that has banned teams from these countries as FIFA and UEFA decided to

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Cyclists In Russia

AusCycling Bans Russia and Belarus Teams From UCI Road World Championships

As the Russo-Ukraine war is escalating, global federations are taking extreme measures against Russia. Earlier this week, the IOC recommended banning the Russian and Belarusian athletes from competing in events.  It looks that now AusCycling is officially supporting these decisions, the governing body has announced that teams from Russia and Belarus will not be able

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Ioc Russia

IOC Advises Federations To Bar Russian Athletes Over Ukraine Invasion

As the global tension is rising, desperate measures are being considered. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) decided to start the week by voting to recommend that UCI bans Russia and all of its supporting countries to take part in the upcoming professional competitions.   IOC Executive Board recommends no participation of Russian and Belarusian athletes

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Caleb Ewan Kuurne

Caleb Ewan Wins Hearts At The Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne

After the Saudi Tour, Caleb Ewan confirmed that he had contracted COVID-19 and will not be at the Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne. Despite saying that, he still showed up and cleared all the persisting doubts there were about his performance.  He even scrapped the UAE Tour because of his illness but still gained enough courage to brave the

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Magnus Cort

Magnus Cort Wins The Opening Stage Of Gran Camiño

Magnus Cort has just emerged as the fastest sprinter when he dominated a disorganized Peloton and won the opening stage of Gran Camiño. The stage finished at Mirador do Ezaro and Cort earned his first yellow leader’s jacket.               View this post on Instagram          

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Toon Aerts Reduced Ban

UCI To Not Suspend Toon Aerts Over Positive Doping Test Yet

Toon Aerts voluntarily ended his cycling season of 2022 after a doping test came out positive for Letrozole- A banned drug. The test was taken ten days before the UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championships in Arkansas, although his test came out positive, he was not immediately banned because Letrozole does not specifically require a provisional suspension.

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Domenico Pozzovivo Joins Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux For 2022

Domenico Pozzovivo has finally joined team Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux for 2022. This is great news as the Italian rider was left without a team as Qhubeka-NextHash failed to find suitable financial support. Exciting times are certainly ahead of Domenico as he will be riding under the new team’s banner. Pozzovivo has a very strong lineup, he

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Jan Hirt

Jan Hirt Wins The 5th Stage Of Tour Of Oman

Tour Of Oman 2022 kicked off not that long ago, and now Jan Hirt has just won the fifth stage of the tour. The competition was very tough, as he passed Fausto Masnada to take the lead.  Jan Hirt rides for the UCI Team Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux, his ambitions were really high and his adrenaline took

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Ganna Disqualified

Filippo Ganna Disqualified From Tour De La Provence

Filippo Ganna had high hopes for this cycling season, it was going to be a dream come true but instead, it became a disaster, as Ganna has been disqualified from the Tour De La Provence. Things were going very smooth for the Ineos Grenadiers rider as he won the prologue of Tour De La Provence,

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Egan Bernal Left The Hosptal

Egan Bernal Finally Leaves The Hospital After Successful Operations

After being inflicted with multiple life-threatening injuries and going through surgeries, Egan Bernal has finally left the Clínica Universidad de La Sabana, he is in a very stable condition now and will be doing his rehabilitation from home. This is a very major step towards his recovery and the Ineos Grenadiers rider is feeling more

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Caleb Ewan

Caleb Ewan Conquers The First Stage Of The Saudi Tour

Caleb Ewan just won his first race and that too at the Saudi Tour, the Lotto Soudal rider was able to sprint past Martin Laas (Bora-Hansgrohe) and Fernando Gaviria (UAE Team Emirates), Ewan’s performance was certainly graceful. Ewan performed his role as the leader of the team, that is why his red jersey was shining

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Pidcock Win

Tom Pidcock Wins The Rainbow Jersey At The Cyclo-Cross World Championships

Tom Pidcock conquered the Elite Men’s Race of the UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas with a truly beautiful performance. The Briton finished gracefully and seeing his performance was a wonderful experience, sharing the podium with him were Lars van der Haar (Netherlands) who came second, and Eli Iserbyt (Belgium) who finished in third

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Nicolas Roche

Nicolas Roche To Serve As The New Manager Of Irish National Team

Nicolas Roche, the former Irish professional road bicycle racer has been appointed as the manager of the Irish National Team, these are very exciting times as he will also be serving as the director of the Cycling Ireland senior road program of 2022. Roche will be managing the professional teams in the World Championships in

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COVID-19 Vaccine Made Mandatory For Professionals To Compete In France

As the COVID-19 Omicron variant spreads across the world furiously, France has taken new measures to protect the citizens. With the new vaccination bill implemented, it will be necessary for professional athletes to have the COVID-19 vaccination if they wish to compete in France. The news comes from the French Sports Minister Roxana Maracineanu, she

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Tour De France

Uno-X Expecting 2022 Tour De France Wildcard Invitation

Uno-X has finally revealed that they are aiming for this year’s Tour De France Wildcard Invitation, this was expected because the team loves challenges is at the forefront of any competitive opportunity. Being ambitious is like the second nature of Uno-X, although the WorldTour is still expected in 2023, they eagerly want a spot there

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Rohan Dennis Interview

Rohan Dennis Finally Spills The Beans About Leaving Ineos Grenadiers

Rohan Dennis, the Australian Professional Racing Cyclist has finally revealed why he shifted to Jumbo-Visma from Ineos Grenadiers for 2022. Dennis revealed that the shift is because Jumbo-Visma is original than Ineos Grenadiers and also better. Although he made the shift, he could not be there for the Jumbo-Visma presentation held in Spain. Dennis traveled

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