Amstel Gold Race Sunday April 18 — Valkenburg to Berg en Terblijt, 216.7km Tom Pidcock missed out on winning his second successive race by the narrowest of margins on Sunday after the Ineos Grenadier riders was adjudged to have finished second to Wout van Aert in a photo-finish aRead More »
Hoy concluded he could no longer compete at the highest level having battled injuries in the build-up to the London Olympics.
Park’s goal is to create an environment in which riders can perform to their maximum, but UK Sport will want to see more tangible results.
Mark Cavendish won a second consecutive stage at the Tour of Turkey on Tuesday, rolling back the years for his first back-to-back victories since 2015. The Deceuninck-Quick Step rider looked like his old self as he sat on the wheel of old adversary André Greipel (Israel Start-up Nation) before opening up his sprint and, for the second day running, beating Jasper Philipsen (Alpecin-Fenix) to the line. On Monday, Cavendish won in similar circumstances, ending his three-year wait for a victory.