|The seventh edition of the CERATIZIT Challenge by La Vuelta will feature four stages, all within in the region of Galicia: two mid-mountain stages, a mountain time trial and a sprint stage. The event will start on 2 September and finish in Santiago de Compostela on 5 September.
The Women’s Tour has revealed the teams that will be participating at the event, scheduled to run from 4 to 9 October.
The Ladies Tour of Norway has revealed the stages and the 18 teams that will participate in the event from 12 to 15 August. All of the 4 stages will have live broadcast of between 90 and 120 minutes.
The Cyclists’ Alliance has published the first part of the results of their annual rider survey on the current state of the women’s peloton. Here are their findings.
The organisers of the Giro Donne have vowed to increase the hours of live broadcast for the 2022 edition. Although the event was successful from a sporting point of view, the 2021 edition has been criticised as lacking adequate TV coverage for a race of this stature.
The Swiss Velodrome in Grenchen will host the Elite Track European Championships from 5 to 9 October 2021.
The final version of the 2021-2022 cyclocross world cup calendar has been published. The season starts on 10 October 2021 in Waterloo, USA and finishes on 23 January 2022 in Hoogerheide in the Netherlands.
Alison Jackson (Liv Cycling) has been called up as a late addition to the Canadian road cycling team for the Olympics.
Marta Lach of Team Ceratizit-WNT Pro Cycling has been a late call up for the Polish Olympic road team. She will join Kasia Niewiadoma and Anna Plichta.
The Hungarian national road champion Blanka Vas has won the national XCO title.
Young Norwegian rider Anne Dorthe Ysland will be leaving Team Coop-Hitec Products at the end of the season to join Uno-X Pro Cycling from 2022 to 2024.