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UCI could step in as Bergen continues to struggle with World Championships debt

The UCI could step in and hand the Norwegian Cycling Federation (NCF) a partial fee waiver for hosting the 2017 Road World Championships as the organisers continue to struggle to balance the books and the threat of bankruptcy continues to loom. The 2017 Worlds in Bergen were widely hailed as a success, attracting huge crowds, but a grim financial picture soon emerged in the aftermath. The organisers confirmed to Cyclingnews in late September that they had spent significantly more than their bu...

Philippa York: Cycling's conservative culture suppresses LGBT issues

Philippa York has questioned the culture of professional cycling and its approach to LGBT issues, arguing that conservatism and lack of diversity in the sports governance help explain why there are no openly gay male riders. York was speaking to French newspaper Le Monde in what was her first proper interview with an international media outlet since she publicly revealed her transition from Robert Millar earlier this year. After opening up about her journey, as she has in interviews with Engli...

'Highway to Holl' the jewel in the crown of 2018 Road World Championships

Austria will host the UCI Road World Championships for the third time in September 2018, with cyclings biggest championships taking place in Innsbruck after Vallach in 1987 and Salzburg in 2006. The courses have been designed for climbers, with the mens road race featuring close to 5000 metres in elevation, with the Highway to Höll set to be decisive final steep climb of the race. Thomas Pupp, founder of the Tirol Continental cycling team, was a key figure in the successful Worlds bid and beli...

Strong field to contest Australian omnium titles

A strong of former and current world champions across the track will contest the Australian omnium titles Friday at Melbournes DISC Velodrome. In the mens field, former omnium world champion Leigh Howard is hunting a maiden national title and will up against the likes of Cameron Meyer and defending champion Alex Porter. The womens field also features several contenders for the green and gold jersey including defending champion Amy Cure along with former winners Ashlee Ankudinoff, Annette Edmond...

Former winners Porte, Dennis and Gerrans headline BMC's Tour Down Under squad

Defending Tour Down Under champion Richie Porte, 2015 victor Rohan Dennis and four-time winner Simon Gerrans will all line out for BMC at the January WorldTour race in Adelaide. The trio have collectively won the last the last four editions with the team planning on claiming a third title to kick-start its 2018 season. The Santos Tour Down Under is one of our key races of the season and were excited to go there with the formidable team that we have, general manger Jim Ochowicz said. I dont thi...

Sepulveda to lead Movistar at 2018 Vuelta a San Juan

New Movistar recruit Eduardo Sepúlveda will lead the Spanish teams GC charge at the 36th Vuelta Ciclista a la Provincia de San Juan, the team revealed today as part of their roster announcement for the 2.HC race that begins January 21 in Argentina. Sepúlveda, an Argentinian rider who signed a two-year deal with Movistar in the off-season after riding on the Pro Continental level with Fortuneo Vital Concept, will be joined in San Juan by new teammates Winner Anacona, Carlos Betancur, Richard Car...

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