Josh Warner

Pogačar and Roglič on a charge to The Tour

The Slovenian duo of Primož Roglič and Tadej Pogačar each won key warm up races in the run up to the Tour de France in the last week. Roglič, riding for Team Jumbo Visma, dominated the Critérium du Dauphiné, with only his Danish teammate Jonas Vingegaard within one minute. Not...
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Posted Jun. 24, 2022

Evenepoel: Quick-Step’s Saviour

Remco Evenepoel took a stunning solo victory in Liège-Bastogne-Liège on Sunday 24 April. The 22-year-old Belgian, riding for Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl, launched an audacious solo attack some 30 kilometres from the finish, and held off an elite chasing pack to take his maiden Monument victory. Cycling is Belgium’s national sport,...
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Posted Jun. 14, 2022

Five talking points from the Giro d’Italia World Final

After a fantastic Giro d’Italia series, with Jai Hindley emerging victorious after three weeks of racing, here are my five key talking points from the spectacle: Carapaz capitulates… Reigning Olympic champion, victor in 2019, and the bookies favourite. Richard Carapaz entered the Giro as the standout choice, with the clear...
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Posted Jun. 12, 2022

Tadej triumphant in Italy

Tadej Pogačar won two of the most prestigious races on the Italian calendar in the last week. First claiming Strade Bianche with an audacious solo move from 50km out, before dominating the seven-day Tirreno-Adriatico stage race. The rolling Tuscan hills of Strade Bianche are not, on the surface at least,...
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Posted Mar. 22, 2022

Wout van Aert wins road cycling’s ‘opening weekend’

The opening weekend of the road cycling season kicked off on Saturday 26 February, with a dominant win for Wout van Aert of Team Jumbo-Visma in Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. Although the road cycling season has officially been underway for the best part of a month now, ‘opening weekend’ marks the...
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Posted Mar. 3, 2022

‘Superman’ Tom Pidcock claims maiden world title

Tom Pidcock wrote his name into the British Cycling history books on Sunday 30 January, becoming the first senior British rider to win the Cyclocross world championships with a dominant display in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Pidcock, 22, saw off the challenge of eight Belgian riders and a strong Dutch squad, including...
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Posted Feb. 7, 2022