Germany brought their tally up to an impressive 20 medals on the final day of the UCI 2017 Para-Cycling World Championships in Peitermaritzburg on Sunday. Their final collection was made up of 10 gold, four silver and six bronze medals – a record for Germany. Italy finished in second place on the medal leader board with 14 medals – seven gold, four silvers, three bronzes – while The Netherlands were third with 15 medals, made…"German precision wins big at para-cycling"
THIS week coming up is the highlight of the mountain biking world with the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships taking place in Cairns, Australia – and the good news is that last weekend we had a few South Africans showing good form at the right time. While Cycling SA is struggling to get itself sorted out (well, they are meant to getting themselves sorted out, but there is a bit of a debate as to…"Minnaar, Hatherly, Haw & Keep chase medals"
1 – Belomoina hints at new era in cross-country – Albstadt XCO, May 28 Ukrainian Yana Belomoina had never before won a World Cup race but in searing temperatures in Germany, the 24-year-old gave a hint to potential future dominance with the victory. It proved to be one of three wins in four straight events, Belomoina also finishing on the podium in the other subsequent remaining races of the season.2 – Atherton dislocates shoulder –…"10 big moments of World Cup 2017"
A resurgent Bianca Haw will be using the Mandela Day Marathon MTB Dash this Saturday to fine-tune her race pace before she heads off to take on the world’s top riders early next month at the UCI World Championships in Perth, Australia. The talented under-23 rider is finally putting a two-year battle with glandular fever behind her and her rivals are finding she has returned as strong as ever. The Red Bull-sponsored athlete will line…"Bianca back to her best"