Toolbox: Among juniors already dripping with cycling talent and potential, how much of their eventual success is due to physiological differences, and how much might be due to their environment and opportunities? Remco Evenepoel – The World at his feet at 18 years of age A lot of questions exist about how top pros rise
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Toolbox: Among juniors already dripping with talent and potential, how much of their eventual success is due to physiological differences, and how much might be due to their environment and opportunities? Remco Evenepoel – The World at his feet at 18 years of age A lot of questions exist about how top pros rise through
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This article first appeared on Cyclingnews. After 36 years, the annual Interbike trade show has been cancelled for 2019, according to Bicycle Retailer and Industry News (BRAIN). The show organisers, Emerald Expositions, left open the possibility of a scaled-down show for 2020, but have laid off Interbike’s show and sales directors. Emerald Expositions executive vice president
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Jess Varnish’s case against British Cycling and UK Sport is set to take a significant step forward at Manchester Employment Tribunal this week, as the former track sprinter fights for compensation after she alleged sex discrimination against Shane Sutton, then the technical director of British Cycling. Related Articles The employment tribunal will consider if Varnish’s
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Mark Cavendish hopes his “mismanaged” illness troubles are over following a three-month break from cycling in order to recuperate. Having felt under par for over a year, the Manx cyclist is back in training after being diagnosed with Epstein-Barr virus for a second time in late August. “As it wasn’t managed properly I’ve done myself
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This article first appeared on Cyclingnews. British Cycling has agreed a two-year partnership with virtual racing and training app Zwift, which will include an ‘eRacing’ national championship next year that’s open to everyone. Both women’s team Canyon-SRAM and men’s WorldTour team Dimension Data have used Zwift competitions to ‘talent spot’ riders in the last two
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The second day of the North Carolina Grand Prix has fallen victim to winter storm ‘Diego’, as organisers were forced to cancel the racing in the face of heavy snow that covered the course and crippled the area. Related Articles “Due to main roads not being cleared, the advisement of Emergency Management Services, completely unrideable
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