UCI WORLD TOUR
26/3     Gent - Wevelgem 
Winner: Greg Van Avermaet   
26/3     Volta a Catalunya (20/3-26/3)
Winner: Alejandro Valverde Belmonte   
24/3     E3 Prijs Harelbeke 
Winner: Greg Van Avermaet   
22/3     Dwars door Vlaanderen 
Winner: Yves Lampaert   
18/3     Milano - San Remo 
Winner: Michal Kwiatkowski   
14/3     Tirreno - Adriatico (8/3-14/3)
Winner: Nairo Alexander Quintana Rojas   
 
Leader: Greg Van Avermaet
 
19/3     Trofeo Alfredo Binda - Cittiglio 
Winner: Coryn Rivera   
26/3     Gent - Wevelgem 
Winner: Lotta Lepistö   
 
Leader: Katarzyna Niewiadoma
 
RESULTS
Road races
30/3   Ronde van Taiwan (26/3-30/3)  
Winner: Benjamí Prades Reverte   
   2.1  
30/3   Driedaagse van De Panne (28/3-30/3)  
Winner: Philippe Gilbert   
   2.HC  
26/3   Ronde van Normandie (20/3-26/3)  
Winner: Anthony Delaplace   
   2.2  
26/3   Settimana Coppi e Bartali (23/3-26/3)  
Winner: Lilian Calmejane   
   2.1  
26/3   San Dimas Stage Race (24/3-26/3)  
Winner: Kristabel Doebel-Hickok   
   2.3  
26/3   Kattekoers (Gent - Ieper)  
Winner: Jacob Hennessy   
   1.Ncup  
25/3   Omloop van de Veenkolonien  
Winner: Cor Van Leeuwen   
   NE  
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-Wallrabe   
   NE  
 
NEWS
Where and Who to Watch: Fan Tips for Pro Road and TT Nationals this weekend [USA Cycling] (21/6)
The USA Cycling Pro Road and Time Trial National Championships will be held for the first time in Knoxville on June 24-25. Professional bicycle racing remains one of the most unique sporting events for spectators, as admission is free to the course a ....
 
DEVO: Juniors Learn to be Opportunistic in the Face of Adversity [USA Cycling] (13/6)
The junior menandrsquo;s team of the USA Cycling National Development Program wrapped up its springtime racing block last weekend by competing in the Trofeo Karlsberg, a four-day stage race on the UCI Nationsandrsquo; Cup calendar held in and around ....
 
Gwin Wins World Cup Downhill in Leogang [USA Cycling] (11/6)
Defending champion Aaron Gwin moved up to second in the World Cup standings with his victory
 
DEVO: Gaining Experience…and Podiums [USA Cycling] (6/6)
Sean Quinn places third at challenging Omloop van de Maasvallei in the Netherlands.
 
CEO BLOG: Ride With US! [USA Cycling] (5/6)
CEO Derek Bouchard-Hall discusses the many reasons people ride, and how his goal is to improve cycling for longtime racers while also making USA Cycling more welcoming to the many non-racing cycling enthusiasts out there.
 
Gwin Takes Third in World Cup Downhill [USA Cycling] (4/6)
Aaron Gwin bounced back to reach the podium at the UCI World Cup downhill in Fort William.
 
Eight more earn RR national titles [USA Cycling] (4/6)
Eight more athletes rode into Stars-and-Stripes jerseys on Saturday as the 2017 USA Cycling Masters Road National Championships continued with more road racing in Augusta, Ga.
 
Road racing takes center stage on day 2 of Masters Road Nats [USA Cycling] (3/6)
Road race action took center stage at the Fort Gordon Military Base on Friday as the 2017 USA Cycling Masters Road National Championships continued in Augusta, Ga.
 
Jamie Staff promoted to USA Cycling BMX and Sprint Track Performance Director [USA Cycling] (2/6)
USA Cycling announced today that Jamie Staff, who currently serves as USA Cyclingandrsquo;s Director of BMX, will assume the expanded role of BMX and Sprint Track Performance Director to now oversee both the BMX and sprint track programs of USA Cycli ....
 
18 named to BMX Worlds Team [USA Cycling] (2/6)
USA Cycling announced today the 18 elite and junior athletes that will represent the United States at the 2017 UCI BMX World Championships in Rock Hill, SC, July 25-30.
 
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