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Postnord Vargarda West Sweden start list

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Mixed reactions over 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games road race routes

After the UCI published the road race routes for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games on Thursday, the glaring differences between the mens and womens parcours left the cycling community with mixed reactions on social media channels, and a lot of questions. At first glance, the differences are startling. The men race 234km with 4,865 metres of elevation gain, including part of the iconic Mount Fuji. The women race 137km, with 2,692 metres of elevation gain over two climbs. But in comparison with other ...


UEC Road European Championships men's road race - Start list

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A new challenge: Rohan Dennis on his move to Bahrain-Merida - Q&A

As he waited for the final stage of the Tour de Pologne on Friday morning, Rohan Dennis (BMC Racing Team) discussed going for gold this September in the Worlds, the opening time trial of the Vuelta a Espaņa, and his switch to Bahrain-Merida for 2019. Cyclingnews: On stage 6 we saw you open up the throttle on the final climbs, and it felt a bit like this was the curtain rising on your second half of the season. What was the goal there Rohan Dennis: It was purely for Dylan [Teuns, 2nd on GC behi...


Postnord Vargarda West Sweden Team Time Trial - Start list

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A hole in the head: Bernhard Eisel and the long fight back

If you wanted to be literal about it, you could say the whole of Bernhard Eisels 2018 season - and perhaps his future career - has centred on a hole, roughly half a centimetre in diameter, on the left side of his head. Still visible as a scar, it was where the surgeons drill went in this spring to treat Eisels subdural haematoma, a condition caused when the Dimension Data veteran crashed during Tirreno-Adriatico in March. The condition is described by doctors as a slow accumulation of blood be...