UCI WORLD TOUR
 
               
 
RESULTS
Road races
30/3   Driedaagse van De Panne (28/3-30/3)  
Winner: Philippe Gilbert   
   2.HC  
30/3   Ronde van Taiwan (26/3-30/3)  
Winner: Benjamí Prades Reverte   
   2.1  
26/3   Gent - Wevelgem  
Winner: Greg Van Avermaet   
   1.WT  
26/3   Gent - Wevelgem  
Winner: Lotta Lepistö   
   1.WT  
26/3   Volta a Catalunya (20/3-26/3)  
Winner: Alejandro Valverde Belmonte   
   2.WT  
26/3   Settimana Coppi e Bartali (23/3-26/3)  
Winner: Lilian Calmejane   
   2.1  
26/3   Ronde van Normandie (20/3-26/3)  
Winner: Anthony Delaplace   
   2.2  
26/3   Kattekoers (Gent - Ieper)  
Winner: Jacob Hennessy   
   1.Ncup  
26/3   San Dimas Stage Race (24/3-26/3)  
Winner: Kristabel Doebel-Hickok   
   2.3  
25/3   Omloop van de Veenkolonien  
Winner: Cor Van Leeuwen   
   NE  
24/3   E3 Prijs Harelbeke  
Winner: Greg Van Avermaet   
   1.WT  
22/3   Dwars door Vlaanderen  
Winner: Yves Lampaert   
   1.WT  
22/3   Dwars door Vlaanderen  
Winner: Lotta Lepistö   
   1.1  
 
Track races
23/3   African Championships (20/3-24/3)  
Sprint: Bernette Beyers
Scratch: Ebtissam Zayed Ahmed Mohamed
   CC  
20/3   African Championships (20/3-24/3)  
Team sprint: South Africa
Team Pursuit: South Africa
   CC  
 
MTB races (XC)
26/3   Cape Epic (19/3-26/3)  
Winner: Nino Schurter - Matthias Stirnemann   
   SHC  
26/3   Cape Epic (19/3-26/3)  
Winner: Esther Süss - Jennie Stenerhag   
   SHC  
26/3   Burgh-Haamstede  
Winner: Erik Groen   
   NE  
26/3   Burgh-Haamstede  
Winner: Sophie Von Berswordt   
   NE  
26/3   Kamptal Klassik  
Winner: Bartlomiej Wawak   
   1  
26/3   Kamptal Klassik  
Winner: Barbara Benko   
   1  
24/3   Marseille  
Winner: Maxime Marotte   
   1  
24/3   Marseille  
Winner: Githa Michiels   
   1  
 
NEWS
Family a key element of Tshwane Classic (Own Correspondent) [CyclingNews.co.za]
Organisers of the Tshwane Classic are intent on making the mass participation road cycling race a family festival when it takes place in Pretoria on November 5.
 
Davids achieves career first with Jock Tour title (Own Correspondent) [CyclingNews.co.za] (17/9)
The in-form Brendon Davids achieved a career first when he raced to victory in the three-day Bestmed Jock Tour, which culminated at the Mbombela Stadium in Mpumalanga today.
 
Julius risks all to win stage two of Jock Tour (Own Correspondent) [CyclingNews.co.za] (16/9)
Pro cyclist Jayde Julius risked all when he joined an early breakaway on the second stage of the Bestmed Jock Tour, but his gamble paid off when he soloed to victory in Mbombela, Mpumalanga, today.
 
Main wins Jock Tour time-trial with perfect strate (Own Correspondent) [CyclingNews.co.za] (15/9)
Kent Main executed his strategy to perfection to win the opening stage of the three-day Bestmed Jock Tour in Kaapsehoop, Mpumalanga, today.
 
Main banks on international experience to lift Joc (Own Correspondent) [CyclingNews.co.za] (12/9)
Kent Main plans to use his international experience to his advantage when he lines up for the three-day Bestmed Jock Tour in Mbombela, Mpumalanga, on Friday.
 
Varsity MTB Challenge route a ‘balancing act` (Own Correspondent) [CyclingNews.co.za] (7/9)
Although the route builders are striving hard to create a balanced course, competitors in the Varsity MTB Challenge at the end of the month will have their work cut out.
 
Race village elevates Varsity mountain bike race (Own Correspondent) [CyclingNews.co.za] (31/8)
A race village with plenty to offer is expected to take the Varsity MTB Challenge to another level when the annual mountain bike race takes place next month.
 
Success for Beukes brothers at mountain bike serie (Own Correspondent) [CyclingNews.co.za] (29/8)
It was a family affair as brothers Matthys and Gerrie Beukes won their respective age categories at the third round of the Madibaz XCO Series at Nelson Mandela University in George on Sunday.
 
Tom Jenkins climb key to success at Tshwane Classi (Own Correspondent) [CyclingNews.co.za] (29/8)
Former South African road cycling champion Ronel van Wyk, who won a memorable race in 2005 over the iconic Tom Jenkins climb, says the stretch will play a critical role in the Tshwane Classic in Pretoria this year.
 
Meyer sees massive potential in Tshwane Classic (Own Correspondent) [CyclingNews.co.za] (24/8)
An unshakeable belief that the Tshwane Classic will become one of the country`s premier road cycling races is at the forefront of Mauritz Meyer`s mind as he looks ahead to the November 5 event.
 
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