Weekly recap | 20 - 26 May

May 29, 2019, 16:56 PM

Last week's events:

 

22 - 25 May | Spain

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Mercedes-Benz UCI MTB World Cup - XCO/XCC

24 - 26 May | Czech Republic

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UCI Artistic Cycling World Cup

25 May | Belgium        

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WWW Emakumeen XXXI.Bira

22 - 25 May | Spain

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⚊ WHAT HAPPENED ? ⚊

Trek Segafredo claimed its first UCI Women’s WorldTour victory of the season in style after four days of intelligent and relentless racing in the Basque Country. Faced with a strong Mitchelton Scott squad determined to repeat Amanda Spratt’s 2018 victory, Trek Segafredo moved up the general classification as the days progressed. In the lead after her stage two win, Spratt was still in the leader’s jersey after day three but under threat… Trek Segafredo’s Tayler Wiles took the penultimate stage, while her team mate Elisa Longo Borghini moved up into third overall. Longo Borghini confirmed on the fourth and final stage, crossing the finish four seconds in front of the bunch and claiming the overall from Spratt by a mere two seconds. She also came away with the mountains and points classifications.


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Mercedes-Benz UCI MTB World Cup - XCO/XCC

24 - 26 May | Czech Republic


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⚊ WHAT HAPPENED ? ⚊

Mathieu Van der Poel’s Tokyo 2020 campaign continues without a hitch, as confirmed by his first-ever Mercedes-Benz UCI Mountain Bike World Cup victory in the Czech Republic. The multiple cyclo-cross UCI World Champion and winner last month of UCI WorldTour’s Amstel Gold Race, took mountain bike World Cup victory yesterday after attacking UCI World Champion Nino Schurter and storming to victory by 19 seconds. Meanwhile, American UCI World Champion Kate Courtney made it two in a row, claiming her second Women Elite victory one week after her Albstadt (Germany) victory. A dominating ride saw her finish 36 seconds ahead of Australia’s Rebecca Ellen McConnell, with Canadian Haley Smith a further six seconds back.


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UCI Artistic Cycling World Cup

25 May | Belgium     

⚊ WHAT HAPPENED ? ⚊

Germans Lukas Kohl and Milena Slupina remain unbeaten so far in the 2019 UCI Artistic Cycling World Cup after taking their second victories at Round two in Merelbeke (BEL). The Single Men UCI World Champion Kohl and UCI World Championships silver medallist Slupina both have perfect scores of 200 in the overall World Cup standings. All the other categories saw different winners from those of round one, promising exciting battles for the overall title in Round three in Erlenbach, Germany, in November.

 

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