Tag: Women’s World Tour

This Week’s Whys #3

Spanish racing has roared into life (hey Tadej Pogacar!) but it’s rumours from Denmark that dominated the week. Meanwhile, a first pro win in Australia… Why have Jakob Fuglsang and Alexey Lutsenko been in the news? At the start of the week, a cycling anti-doping foundation (CADF) report detailing an alleged link between two Astana

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A Picture Speaks 500 Words #5 – Vos

They say a picture speaks a thousand words. I say 500 is a more accurate figure. Shortly after this photo was captured, the flag-holding, arm-pumping, Marianne Vos admitted that she had forgotten what it felt like to be the world champion. The Dutch superstar had previously snatched a road world title in 2006 at the age

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Une Course Différente

This post is a little late. I had intended to post about the frustrations surrounding this year’s La Course immediately after the second ‘part’ had concluded. It’s also late in another sense. This is the first time I’ve posted about women’s cycling – not counting short race predictions – since I started writing back in

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