Cycling

NZ Cyclists Tested for Coronavirus at Cancelled UAE Tour

One of New Zealand’s champion cyclists is among the athletes restricted to a hotel as they await test results after a coronavirus on the United Arab Emirates WorldTour. The last two stages of the race have been cancelled in light of two staff members testing positive for the virus. The ….

Team Ineos Sign On Ethan Hayter

British former world champion rider Ethan Hayer will be joining team Ineos as part of a three-year contract. 21 year old Hayter will focus on his track cycling until after the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo comes to an end, after which he will take up road cycling instead. The ….

Eder Frayre’s Impressive Climb in Southland

Mexican rider Eder Frayre has proven his mettle once again by making a second impressive climbing performance for the 2019 SBS Bank Tour of Southland, further securing his chance for a yellow jacket. The rider, who rides on behalf of Kia Motors, scored his second stage victory in just two ….

Great Britain Earns Gold At Para World Cup

Great British Corrine Hall, Lora Fachie, and Fin Graham collectively won their second gold medals while participating at the UCI Para-Cycling Road World Cup, which took place in Canada. Tandem duo Fachie and Hall, who won in their events at the Rio Paralympics, claimed victory at the road race by ….

Egan Bernal Wins Tour de France 2019

Egan Bernal has won the Tour de France and set a record s the youngest rider in 110 years to claim victory for the event after Caleb Ewan won the traditional sprint finish in Paris. The race leader remained unchallenged for the final stage of the race, 22-year-old Bernal became ….

Hugh Carthy Wins First World Tour Stage

24-year-old British rider Hugh Carthy spent most of his 101.5km stage riding solo and finished with over a minute clear. Team Ineos Egan Bernal took the win for the overall race as he topped the standings by 19 seconds from Rohan Dennis. Colombian Bernal said that he would bring a ….

Richard Carapaz Wins Giro d’Italia

Richard Carapaz, rider for Movistar, has become the first Ecuadorian to win the Giro d’Italia after the rider managed to finish the event, a time trial that took place in Verona. Going in with a lead of almost two minutes, 26-year-old Carapaz started the 17km stage comfortably holding off most ….

Chris Froome To Skip Giro d’Italia

World-class cyclist Chris Froome intends to skip defending his Giro d’Italia title this year as him and Geraint Thomas say they will instead be turning their attention to the Tour de France. 33-year-old Froome is currently on course to become the fifth rider ever to win five Tours, while Team ….

Mark Cavendish Fails To Finish Stage 11

British rider Mark Cavendish has been officially eliminated from the Tour de France after the 11th stage of the event. Cavendish was unable to make it to the finish line by the end of the stage, and his elimination is the first time in his career so far that he’s ….

Froome Once Again Faces Backlash From Fans

A section of the audience that were part of the Tour de France time-trial booed Chris Froome, who has been stuck in controversy lately. The day in question saw Froome’s team, Team Sky, losing the edge to BMC by four seconds, after which race leaders were handed out yellow jerseys ….