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Taranaki’s Ed Masters proved the best of the Altherm Cycling New Zealand riders amid the carnage on the downhill course to bring down the curtain on the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships in Austria.
A wet and slippery track brought about the expected carnage with most pre-race favourites including New Zealand champion Anton Cooper,
Tirreno-Adriatico champion Simon Yates will not start the eighth stage of the Giro d’Italia today following a positive COVID-19 result.
Taranaki professional Ed Masters was the leading New Zealand downhill rider in qualifying at the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in Austria.
More than 150 riders from around the country competed in the Schools Track Championships at the SIT Zero Fees Velodrome at Invercargill, which incorporated the South Island Championships.
Days after her first European podium at Liège-Bastogne-Liège, Australian Grace Brown has taken her first European win in impressive style at Brabantse Pijl today.
Australian Grace Brown rode to her first WorldTour podium today in her debut appearance at Liège–Bastogne–Liège after a heroic late race chase.
Five-time national champion Anton Cooper finished 23rd in the second UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in the Czech Republic.
Enduro specialist Jenna Hastings from Rotorua and Canterbury’s Ethan Rose showed off their allround skills to dominate the three-event School Mountain Bike Championships in Wellington.
Anton Cooper enjoyed an impressive top-10 finish as the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup started in the Czech Republic today.