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Ferrand-Prevot to ride cyclo-cross Worlds after nationals win

Pauline Ferrand-Prévot has confirmed that she will race the Cyclo-cross World Championships in Valkenburg after winning the French national title at the weekend.  Ferrand-Prévot had originally planned to hang up her cyclo-cross bike after the French race but a dominant performance saw her win a third national title ahead of the defending champion Caroline Mani. She now plans to extend her season by a few weeks and has added the remaining two rounds of the World Cup in Nommay (January 21) and H...


Kittel, Cavendish, Kristoff, Bouhanni set to clash in Dubai Tour sprints

The 2018 Dubai Tour is again expected to produce some hotly contested sprint finishes, with Marcel Kittel, Mark Cavendish, Elia Viviani, Alexander Kristoff, Dylan Groenewegen, Nacer Bouhanni, and Jakub Mareczko all expected in the Middle East for the five-stage race between February 6-10. The Dubai Sports Council and RCS Sport have invited 16 teams to the race, including nine WorldTour teams, five Professional Continental teams, the Mitchelton-BikeExchange Continental team, and a UAE national t...


UAE Team Emirates with Costa and Ulissi cards for Tour Down Under

In Rui Costa and Diego Ulissi, UAE Team Emirates have two outside chances for overall victory at the Tour Down Under. Former world champion, Costa makes his debut at the WorldTour race while Ulissi won a stage and finished third overall in 2014. After Costa won the Abu Dhabi Tour and Ulissi took victory at GP de Montréal and the Tour of Turkey’s general classification in 2017, the team is gunning for more success with the duo to kick start the teams 2018 WorldTour season, while new leader Dan M...


Navardauskas: My heart condition cost me a year but I'm on the way back

He lost almost a year of his career but after a lengthy lay off, heart surgery, and a period of self-doubt and worry, Ramunas Navardauskas is back on the bike and ready to make up for lost time. The Bahrain-Merida rider was just a few months into his first year with the team when in April 2017 he began to notice an irregular heart-rate. After a brief period of rest he returned but, when the problem recurred at the Critérium du Dauphiné in June, he was sent to a specialist who diagnosed him with...


UCI Whereabouts error stops Lambrecht from debuting at Tour Down Under

Lotto Soudal neo-pro Bjorg Lambrecht will not start the Santos Tour Down Under after his team revealed that an administration error meant he had not complied with the UCI anti-doping Whereabouts programme. The team confirmed that, despite arguing to the UCI that Lambrecht should still race, they were forced to pull him from their line-up on the eve of the event. Riders are meant to use the Whereabouts system in order to log their location at all times. The data is then used by anti-doping autho...


Welsford a rider to watch in Tour Down Under sprints

With seventh place in the Peoples Choice Classic on his first experience of sprinting in a WorldTour field, Sam Welsford announced himself as a rider to watch in the Santos Tour Down Under sprints. Turning 22 on Thursday, Welsford has become a key rider in Australias team pursuit squad since helping them take silver in the 2016 Olympic Games. Showing no signs of intimidation on the track, Welsford was also fearless in Sunday nights criterium despite going up against the likes of Peter Sagan, An...