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The 2019 UCI MTB World Cup dates and venues have been released. Read on for all the news on an extra round of competition for the downhillers, as well as a new venue.

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  • Swiss Epic stage one results & GC
    Michele Casagrande and Fabian Rabensteiner won the men’s team race on stage one of the Swiss Epic in St. Moritz today. Samuele Porro and Damiano Ferraro placed second, with Casey South and Noah Blochlinger third in the 86km stage. The women’s team event was won by Corina Gantenbein and Kathrin Stirnemann, while Imogen Smith and […]
  • Tour de Indonesia results & GC: SA’s Eddie van Heerden places 14th on second stage
    South Africa’s Eddie van Heerden placed 14th on the second stage of the Tour de Indonesia in Kota Batu today. The 157.8km stage, which started in Madiun, was won by Jeroen Meijers. Cristian Raileanu and Thomas Lebas placed second and third respectively. Ryan Roth took the overall lead, with Mario Vogt second and Choon Huat […]
  • African Games a stepping stone for Tiffany Keep
    Tiffany Keep, who makes her debut in this year’s African Games, sees the event as a stepping stone in her career and one that hopefully will propel her further towards her long-term goals. The U23 national road and time-trial champion will ride in the cross-country race tomorrow and the team time-trial on Saturday in Casablanca, […]
  • Vuelta a España: Nicholas Dlamini all set for first Grand Tour
    South African Nicholas Dlamini will line up for his first Grand Tour at the Vuelta a España which starts in Salinas de Torrevieja, Spain, on Saturday. The 24-year-old Dimension Data rider will be one of two debutants for the team, with Norwegian Rasmus Tiller the other. “I’m really looking forward to the Vuelta,” said Dlamini. […]
  • Melrose Arch Criterium results: Steven van Heerden, Parys Edwards win
    Steven van Heerden and Parys Edwards won the respective elite men’s and women’s races at the Melrose Arch Criterium in Johannesburg on Sunday. The men’s race came down to a two-way sprint that was decided on the last corner when Van Heerden outsprinted Josh van Wyk. Andrew Edwards completed the podium. Edwards showed her dominance […]

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