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60 years of women's track cycling at the UCI World Championships

The 2018 UCI Track Cycling World Championships presented by Tissot marks 60 years since the addition of women to the track programme in 1958. It was last year, in Hong Kong, that women finally achieved parity with men for the number of world titles awarded, at ten each.
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Madison: Jolien D'hoore in the record books

The Madison is one of the most exciting events in track cycling, with each team of two riders taking turns sling-shotting each other into the action. The Madison was introduced over 125 years ago in Six Day races, and became part of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in 1995 for men, with the women achieving parity at last year's ...
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Belgium dominates Sunday's racing in Valkenburg-Limburg

The second day of the UCI Cyclo-cross World championships in Valkenburg-Limburg (Netherlands) featured two big races in the muddy clay of the famous Cauberg climb. The biggest race of the weekend was won by a mud-clad Wout Van Aert (Belgium). He captured a third successive title in the Men Elite category after a long solo ride on a cold Sunday ...
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British double at the first day of competition in Valkenburg-Limburg

The first day of the Valkenburg-Limburg 2018 UCI Cyclo-cross World championships offered the riders a real 'cross course with slippery off-camber sections, multiple running sections and lots of elevation. Big crowds were sidelining the 2900 metres long race course on the famous Cauberg climb to catch every glimpse of the three races that were contested on a cold and grey ...