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2013 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup: Hoogerheide: Bina wins

In the final race of the season, Martina Bina (CZE) breaks the Belgium choke hold on the podium, winning by 7 seconds; Niels Albert (BEL) wins the Cup by 25 points.

UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup: Hoogerheide: Elite Men’s

The final round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup will be held in Hoogerheide (Netherlands).

2013 UCI Track Cycling World Cup: Aguascalientes: Men’s & Women’s Elite

The 2012-2013 UCI Track Cycling World Cup presented by Samsung will continue with the third and final round in Aguascalientes, Mexico.

2013 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup: Rome: Kevin Pauwels wins

Kevin Pauwels (BEL) blew the competition away, finishing with a time of 1:01:17. Pauwels sits in second place in the overall standings with 469 points. Niels Albert leads with 485 points.

2013 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup: Elite Men’s – Roma (REPLAY)

The next round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup will be held in Rome, Italy. (Full event replay)

Contador and UCI reach ‘amicable accord’ on fine

MADRID, Dec 13 (Reuters) – Alberto Contador and the International Cycling Union (UCI) have agreed on the size of the fine the Spaniard will pay after being found guilty of a doping offense, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) said on Thursday. The “amicable settlement” between the UCI and Contador, who was stripped of […]

2012 UCI Cyclo-Cross: Roubaix: Nys wins

Sven Nys has won back-to-back races as the Belgiumians continue to sweep the podiums; Niels Albert maintains the Cup lead by 15 points.

2012 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup: Roubaix: Elite Men’s (REPLAY)

The fourth round of the Patrick UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup will be held in Roubaix, France. (Full event replay)

2012 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup: Elite Men’s (REPLAY)

The third round of the Patrick UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup will be held in Koksijde, Belgium, which was the venue for the 2011 Cyclo-cross World Championships. (Full event replay)

2012 UCI Track Cycling: World Cup: Glasgow: Vogel wins Keirin

Kristina Vogel (GER) takes the lead in the final lap, holding on for the win.

2012 UCI Track Cycling: World Cup: Glasgow: Hansen wins Individual Pursuit

Lasse Norman Hansen (DEN) beats Martyn Irvine (IRL) by 1.870 seconds in the pursuit.

2012 UCI Track Cycling: World Cup: Glasgow: Boetticher wins Sprints

Stefan Boetticher beats his fellow German countryman Robert Foerstemann 2-0, to win his second gold of the weekend.

2012 UCI Track Cycling: World Cup: Glasgow: British Women win Team Pursuit

Rebecca James and Jessica Varnish score another win during the Track Cycling World Cup in Glasgow, leading by .674 seconds over Spain.

2012 UCI Track Cycling: World Cup: Glasgow: Demark wins Men’s Team Pursuit

Even after starting strong, during the race Gernany’s team began to come apart and was lapped by team Denmark toward the end of the event.

2012 UCI Track Cycling: World Cup: Glasgow: Boetticher survives crash for Keirin win

Stefan Boetticher (GER) grabbed the win in the Keirin final, after barely escaping getting caught in Jason Kenny’s (GBR) finish line wipeout.

UCI Track Cycling World Cup: Men’s Elite & Women’s Elite: November 18, 2012

The UCI Track World Cup Classics is a global three race series that sees the worlds best cyclists competing for the points that will ultimately determine their international ranking and ultimately qualification for the next Olympic Games.

UCI to investigate Vinokourov, Kolobnev race-fixing allegations

Alejandro Valverde (3rd) of Spain and Caisse D’Epargne shares a joke with race winner Alexandre Vinokourov (r) of Kazakhstan and Astana as they stand on the podium after the 96th Liège-Bastogne-Liège race on April 25, 2010 in Liege, Belgium. (Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images) By Julien Pretot PARIS, Nov 5 (Reuters) – The International Cycling […]

2012 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup: Plzen: Albert Interview

Niels Albert (BEL) talks about his win. Albert and Pauwels share the World Cup lead with 145 points, with Albert receiving the jersey of World Cup leader for the following event in Koksijde, Belgium, next month.

2012 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup: Plzen: Albert wins

Niels Albert (BKCP-Powerplus) moved into the lead of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup after a hard-fought solo win in Plzen. Temperatures just above freezing point and a muddy technical course were the main ingredients for a day of ‘cross spectacle.

2012 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup: Men’s Race (REPLAY)

Cyclo-cross races last approximately one hour and are held on technical and hilly circuits of 2.5-3.5 km. Cyclo-cross provides a real education in cycling as it requires accomplished bike handling skills. (Full event replay)

No winner for 1999-2005 Tours, says UCI

Lance Armstrong, right, of the United States and riding for US Postal-Berry Floor shakes hands with runner up Jan Ullrich of Germany and riding for Team Bianchi during stage 20 of the Tour de France from Ville d’Avary to the Champs-Elysees on July 27, 2003 in Paris, France. Armstrong went on to win his fifth […]

“Sickened” UCI strips Armstrong of Tour wins

Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme speaks to the media at the A.S.O. (Amaury Sport Organisation) headquarters in Issy-Les-Moulineaux near Paris, October 22, 2012. Lance Armstrong was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and banned for life on Monday after the International Cycling Union (UCI) ratified the United States Anti-Doping Agency’s (USADA) sanctions […]

2012-2013 UCI Track Cycling World Cup (REPLAY)

The UCI Track Cycling World Cup presented by Samsung will get under way in Colombia on October 13th. A regular World Cup host, the city of Cali is building up to even greater things: it has been awarded the 2014 UCI Track Cycling World Championships. (Full event replay)

2012 UCI Road Cycling World Championships: Women’s Elite Road Race + Ceremony

The Women’s time trial comes into Valkenburg from Eijsden, covering 24.3km. The defending champion, Judith Arndt, will be aiming to end her highly-decorated career with a second world title.

2012 UCI Road Cycling World Championships: Men’s Elite Road Race + Ceremony

Unlike the other road races in the week, which all take part on the 16.5km circuit, the men’s event starts in Maastricht and winds for 100km around Limburg before entering the circuit. The riders will complete 10 laps of the circuit, totaling 265km.

2012 UCI Road Cycling World Championships: Men’s Elite Time Trial

The men’s elite time trial takes place on the Wednesday, September 19th. Starting in Heerlen, which hosted the 1967 Worlds, it covers 45.7km and features three main climbs, the toughest of which is the first in Simpelveld.

2012 UCI Road Cycling World Championships: Elite Women’s Individual Time Trial (REPLAY)

The Elite Women’s Individual Time Trial runs a distance of 129km. Sources say Britain’s Emma Pooley is sure to attack on the Cauberg – but the extra 1.7km to the line makes Marianne Vos the predicted favorite. (Full event replay)

UCI Track Cycling World Championships: Day 1: Session #2 (REPLAY)

UCI Track Cycling World Championships: Day 1: Session #2: April 4, 2012

UCI Track Cycling World Championships: Day 2: Session #2 (REPLAY)

The action continues with the flying 200m qualifying round of the women’s individual sprint featuring Anna Meares and Victoria Pendleton, the women’s team pursuit, women’s points race, the men’s kilometre time trial and first rounds of the men’s omnium competition.

UCI Track Cycling World Championships: Day 3: Session #2 (REPLAY)

Day 3 of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships continues in Melbourne. The 2012 Championships is the final qualifying event in the lead-up to the 2012 London Olympic Games.

UCI Track Cycling World Championships: Day 4: Session #2 (REPLAY)

Day 4 of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships continues in Melbourne. The 2012 Championships is the final qualifying event in the lead-up to the 2012 London Olympic Games.

UCI Track Cycling World Championships: Day 5: Session #2 (REPLAY)

Day 5 of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships continues in Melbourne. The 2012 Championships is the final qualifying event in the lead-up to the 2012 London Olympic Games.

Kristoff Too Strong For Sagan On Tour Stage 12; Nibali Retains Yellow Jersey

(Reuters) – Norway’s Alexander Kristoff claimed his maiden Tour de France victory when he beat Peter Sagan in a sprint to prevail in dominant fashion on the 12th stage, a 185.5-km ride from Bourg en Bresse on Thursday. Katusha rider Kristoff timed his effort perfectly to win with a comfortable margin to leave Slovakian Sagan, […]

Lindsey Vonn Plays Roger Federer in Tennis on Glacier

Roger Federer and Lindsey Vonn (Reuters/Denis Balibouse) By Max Meyer Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn may never play in a tennis Grand Slam, but she did get to play tennis in a Glacier Slam against superstar Roger Federer. Vonn and Federer played on a makeshift court on a glacier at an altitude of 3,475 meters. The match […]

Interview with Professional Cyclist Kathryn Bertine

Kathryn Bertine (Courtesy of George Deswijzen Jr.) Kathryn Bertine is the co-founder of Le Tour Entier, which was instrumental in successfully persuading race organizer Amaury Sport Organization (ASO) to create a women’s Tour alongside the men’s Tour de France. The inaugural La Course by Le Tour de France will be broadcasted LIVE on Universal Sports […]

Cyclists Mark WWI Centenary with Race through Sarajevo

Competitors at the Sarajevo Grand Prix (REUTERS/Dado Ruvic) By Daria Sito-Sucic (Reuters) – Thousands of cyclists tore through the Bosnian capital on Sunday in a race sponsored by the Tour de France to promote peace a century after the Sarajevo assassination that lit the fuse for World War One. The race was the first in a […]

How Fast Can a Human Run 100m?

Usain Bolt (Olivier Morin/AFP/Getty Images) By Seth Rubinroit Usain Bolt shattered the 100m world record, lowering it from 9.74 seconds in 2007 to 9.58 seconds in 2009. But could he go faster? Australian exercise physiologist Jeremy Richmond believes that the ultimate human running speed for 100m is 9.27 seconds, according to his article in the IAAF’s […]

Wallabies’ ‘Captain’s Curse’ Strikes Moore

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/JASON O’BRIEN (Reuters) – The Wallabies captaincy is fast becoming the most unwanted job in world rugby after Stephen Moore, the latest player to be given the role, was ruled out for the rest of the season after suffering a serious knee injury against France. Named Australia’s new skipper less than a week ago, […]

Universal Sports Network to Air Inaugural La Course by Le Tour de France

Universal Sports Network announced a new partnership with Amaury Sports Organization (A.S.O.) to broadcast the inaugural La Course by Le Tour de France LIVE in the United States this summer. The one-day, elite women’s cycling race will finish on the famed Champs-Elysées prior to the finale of this year’s final stage of the Tour de […]

2014 World Ports Classic: Netherlands: Stage 2: Antwerp – Rotterdam – Antwerp

The World Ports Classic is a two-day cycling race between the big harbors of Rotterdam and Antwerp and back. This cycle race is part of the UCI World Tour and therefore the best riders of the world participate in this event with big names like André Greipel, Mark Cavendish and Marcel Kittel.

2014 World Ports Classic: Netherlands: Stage 1: Rotterdam – Antwerp

The World Ports Classic is a two-day cycling race between the big harbors of Rotterdam and Antwerp and back. This cycle race is part of the UCI World Tour and therefore the best riders of the world participate in this event with big names like André Greipel, Mark Cavendish and Marcel Kittel.

Bouhanni makes it three stage wins at Giro

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/SULTAN AL HASANI (Reuters) – Frenchman Nacer Bouhanni claimed his third victory in this year’s Giro d’Italia when he won the 10th stage with another perfectly timed sprint on Tuesday. The FDJ.fr rider was set up by team mate Sebastien Chavanel in a finale also marked by a another massive crash in the […]

2014 Four Days of Dunkerque: Dunkirk, France: Day #2

The Four Days of Dunkirk (FrenchQuatre Jours de Dunkerque) is road bicycle race around the Nord-Pas de Calais region of northern France. Confusingly, since the addition of an individual time trial in 1963, the race has usually been held over a 5 or 6 day period. Since 2005, the race is organized as a 2.HC event on the UCI Europe Tour. The 2013 winner was French cyclist Arnaud Démare

Race To Recovery: Remember to R.I.C.E.

As an athlete, it’s crucial to remember to incorporate RICE; Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation. It’s an easy technique for injury prevention and healing that any active person should implement into their routine.

2014 Four Days of Dunkerque: Dunkirk, France: Day #1

The Four Days of Dunkirk (FrenchQuatre Jours de Dunkerque) is road bicycle race around the Nord-Pas de Calais region of northern France. Confusingly, since the addition of an individual time trial in 1963, the race has usually been held over a 5 or 6 day period. Since 2005, the race is organized as a 2.HC event on the UCI Europe Tour. The 2013 winner was French cyclist Arnaud Démare

IAAF Diamond League Begins in Doha

LaShawn Merritt (REUTERS/Petr Josek) Ten reigning or former Olympic Champions, plus 25 more Olympic Games medalists are poised to compete at the IAAF Diamond League kick-off meeting in Doha on May 9 at 12 PM ET on Universal Sports.  The IDL Doha 2014 will also feature 25 current or former World Champions as well as […]

Rio Olympic preparations ‘worst’ ever : Coates

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/ISSEI KATO Attending an Olympic forum in Sydney, Coates told delegates that construction had not commenced on some venues, infrastructure was significantly delayed and water quality was also a major concern two years out from the Games. He warned, however, that there was no “plan B” to find another host. “I think this is a worse situation than […]

Ideal Food Intake and Nutrition Planning

  Your fitness questions answered (Courtesy of Cycling News) Food intake, nutrition planning Hi All, Could you please advise best food intake regime prior and post exercise, I’m about to hopefully start shedding approximately 50kgs through both cycling and boxing. I’m currently working nightshift from midnight until around 8:30am and I plan to train after work then […]

Balancing Work and Riding Commitments

Your fitness questions answered (Courtesy of Cycling News) Lack of sleep Hi, My question is a general one that I, and probably others, have problems with when having a full-time job, family, etc. What do you recommend on those intense workout days when you are lacking adequate sleep? I can feel that my body needed […]

2014 Three Days of De Panne: Day 3: Modolo interview

20140403_uci_3daySacha Modolo (ITA) talks about about winning Stage 3a at the Three Days of De Panne.

2014 Three Days of Panne: Flanders, Belgium: Day #3

The Three Days of De Panne is a mid-week, three-day stage race before the Tour of Flanders in De Panne in West Flanders, Belgium. It is rated 2.HC by the UCI and is part of the UCI Europe Tour.

2014 Three Days of Panne: Flanders, Belgium: Day #2

The Three Days of De Panne is a mid-week, three-day stage race before the Tour of Flanders in De Panne in West Flanders, Belgium. It is rated 2.HC by the UCI and is part of the UCI Europe Tour.

2014 Three Days of Panne: Flanders, Belgium: Day #1

The Three Days of De Panne is a mid-week, three-day stage race before the Tour of Flanders in De Panne in West Flanders, Belgium. It is rated 2.HC by the UCI and is part of the UCI Europe Tour.

2014 Grand Prix E3 Harelbeke: Belgium

The E3 Harelbeke is an annual cycling race in the Flanders area of Belgium. The race starts and finishes in Harelbeke over 210 kilometres. The event is organized by the Hand in Hand Cycling Club of Harelbeke and is on the UCI World Tour calendar.

 
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