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1,000 riders take part in the China cycling series near Qiandao Lake

THE fourth leg of the 2017 Skoda Heros China Cycling Series was held near Qiandao Lake in neighboring Zhejiang Province over the weekend.   Around 1,000 cyclists from 12 countries and regions including ...

May 16, 2017, Tuesday

Gaviria sprints to victory

COLOMBIA’S Fernando Gaviria won a bunch sprint at the end of the fifth stage of the Giro d’Italia yesterday to claim his second victory of this year’s race, while Quick-Step teammate Bob Jungels remained ...

May 11, 2017, Thursday

Froome hit by car, unhurt but bike in ruins

TOUR de France champion Chris Froome said yesterday that he had escaped unhurt while having his bike written off by an impatient car driver in a hit-and-run incident. The 31-year-old three-time winner ...

May 10, 2017, Wednesday

Polanc wins Giro 4th stage

SLOVENIAN rider Jan Polanc won stage four of the Giro d’Italia on the summit of Mount Etna yesterday. The UAE Team Emirates rider took a solo victory ahead of Ilnur Zakarin of Russia on the stage from ...

May 10, 2017, Wednesday

Third leg of series

THE third leg of the 2017 Skoda Heros China Cycling Series was held at Pudong’s Dishui Lake yesterday. Jointly organized by the Shanghai Sports Bureau and the Shanghai Cycling Association, the event attracted ...

April 17, 2017, Monday

Malaysian snares keirin gold

Malaysia’s Mohammed Azizulhasni Awang reacts after winning the men’s keirin final, ahead of Fabian Hernando Puerta Zapata of Colombia, during the UCI Track World Championships at the Hong Kong Velodrome in China’s Hong Kong last night. Czech Thomas Babek took bronze. Australia defended its men’s team pursuit title by beating last year’s runner-up New Zealand. In the women’s team pursuit, the United States retained its world title by beating Australia. ...

April 14, 2017, Friday

Barbieri wins 1st gold at track worlds

Italy’s Rachele Barbieri celebrates winning the final of the women’s scratch event at the Hong Kong Velodrome during the UCI Track World Championships in China’s Hong Kong yesterday. The 20-year-old left it late before she caught Elinor Barker following a last-lap break for victory by the British Olympic team pursuit gold-medalist. Barbieri, the European under-23 champion, celebrated her first major title on the opening night. Belgium’s Jolien D’Hoore took bronze. Later, New Zealand’s Ethan Mitchell, Sam Webster and Ed Dawkins successfully defended their world team sprint title with victory over the Netherlands while Russia’s Daria Shmeleva and Anastasia Voynova beat Australia to defend their women’s team sprint world title. ...

April 13, 2017, Thursday

Tour confirms Shanghai ‘stage’

THE Tour de France will stage a Shanghai criterium featuring top riders this year as it bids to attract a following in China, organizers said yesterday. An “Etape China” (China Stage) for thousands of ...

March 24, 2017, Friday

Tour gets Passage start

RIDERS in the 2018 Tour de France will set off from the Passage du Gois, a causeway that Atlantic Ocean tides cover twice a day. With this year’s race set to start in the German city of Duesseldorf, ...

March 1, 2017, Wednesday

Perkins swaps Australia for Russia in Tokyo 2020 bid

AUSTRALIAN two-time world champion track cyclist Shane Perkins has switched allegiance to Russia in a bid to compete at the 2020 Tokyo Games. The Melbourne-born 30-year-old won a sprint bronze at the ...

February 16, 2017, Thursday


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