Where to watch the Fayetteville World Cup
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12/17/2021 A 17:42
Van Aert Van der Poel details: The moment that decided the race
This version of the World Cup will be held in Centennial Park, a 3.1 km track built especially for the season. In addition to the World Cup, it has in fact hosted one of the 16 stages of the World Cup and is poised to become a permanent stop on the track, even if it will require riders to travel to the United States. At 3.1 kilometers of the road, we will have a short climb, But everything is so steep. In addition to a series of obstacles that will force riders to get off their bike constantly. Look at the long staircase stone 34 degrees Which will certainly be decisive for the final victory.
The 34 Step Stairs on Fayetteville Road
Foto credit from the official website
53 meters in height Around. This path – despite many obstacles – is not considered very technical. Instead, both riders who tested it early in the season, and American cyclists who have already tried it, report road speed And how critical curve management can be. However, it all depends on weather conditions. Speech Speed In fact, you will be in dry conditions, due to the large amount of grass on the track. On the contrary, with rain and wind, the question will come into play Technique From every runner there will be fun.
Just to get an idea, on October 13th, the men’s race was completed in 54’55” (7 laps) in a ridiculous state of mud and wind made the race fun, but also very challenging for every runner, including the winner Quentin Hermanns. Female, beat it Lucinda Brandfinished at 51’46” (6 rolls).
Solo by Quentin Hermans, this time out by Esserbet
Rain and Mud: Lucinda Brand wins the Battle of Fayetteville
Matthew van der Poel, Wute van Aert *****
Tom Bidcock ****
Eli Esserbet, Quentin Hermans, Toon Airs***
Michael Fanthornhout **
Lars van der Haar, Cornet van Kessel, Gianni Vermeersch, Lorenz Swick, Tim Merlier*
On the ice, ART WINS: Relive the victory in Val di Sol
Lucinda Brand, Marian Voss *****
Denis Betsima, Blanca Cata Fas, Clara Hunsinger****
Wim van Impel, Buck Peters, Magali Rochet ***
Anne Marie Wurst, Yara Castelen**
Eva Lechner, Sanne Cant, Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado *
Vos regroups them all, but hits barriers
The novelty of the Relay team
As now also in road cycling, we shall see – for the first time – team relay Also in the Cycling World Championships, in a test that awards medals. The race to open the Fayetteville World Championships will be on January 28. Each national team will have a relay made up of 1 male elite cross racer, 1 female elite cross racer, two runners in the under-23 and male junior classes, and two runners in the under-23 class and a female class. Each rider selected by the coach must have run at least one World Cup event during the season.
Giuel Bertolini on the floor too: What a hit on the tables
One draw will be made the day before the race to form the starting grid, which will wear the number 1 and the exchange chests. How it works? Each runner will have to complete a full course and reach the end zone and “touch” his teammate who will start a new course.
Van Impel beats a beat: Eva Lechner rejoices, it’s 4th!
Friday January 28
12.30: team relay;
Saturday January 29
11.00: junior competition;
13.00: men’s under-23 race;
2.30pm: Elite Women’s Race;
Sunday January 30
11.00: men’s junior race;
13.00: women’s under-23 race;
2.30 p.m.: Men’s Elite Race;
Van Aert rests for a moment and flies… on the ground
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02/02/2021 A 15:37
World Cup Hall of Fame: Winners from 1950 to 2021
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