Cycling

Belgian cyclist Bjorg Lambrecht has died at the age of 22 following a crash during stage three of the Tour de Pologne. Lambrecht crashed around 60 miles from the end of the race from Chorzow to Zabrze in Poland. He was taken by helicopter to hospital where he later died on Monday. “The biggest tragedy
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Italian Elia Viviani timed his sprint finish to perfection to capture the RideLondon-Surrey Classic at The Mall. Runner-up last year, Deceuninck-Quick-Step rider Viviani stayed clear of a late crash in the chasing pack to clock three hours 46 minutes 16 seconds over the 169km course. Irish national champion Sam Bennett finished second, with Viviani’s Danish
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The 2019 RideLondon festival of cycling takes place on Saturday and Sunday, with live coverage across BBC Two, BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online. Coverage of the world’s richest one-day races begins with the elite Women’s Classique on Saturday and continues with the men’s London-Surrey Classic on Sunday. Sunday also sees more
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RideLondon-Surrey 2019 Dates: 3-4 August Start times: Various Coverage: On BBC TV, Red Button, connected TVs and online – Women’s Classique 16:55-19:00 BST Saturday, RideLondon 12:00-13:00 BST Sunday, London-Surrey Classic 14:00-18:30 Sunday. Full details here. With two elite races, three distances for amateurs and cycle shows, RideLondon declares itself the “world’s greatest festival of cycling”.
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Egan Bernal became the first Tour de France winner from Colombia with victory in the 106th edition of the race. The 22-year-old Ineos rider won by one minute, 11 seconds from team-mate Geraint Thomas, who won the race in 2018, with Dutch rider Steven Kruikswijk in third. Slovakia’s Peter Sagan won the green points classification
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