|British Cycling has announced the riders who will take part at the National Road Championships from 23-26 June in Dumfries and Galloway. Among others, Anna Henderson, Joss Lowden, Leah Dixon, Anna Shackley, Pfeiffer Georgi, Abi Smith, Alice Barnes, Josie Nelson and Elynor Bäckstedt will be participating.
USA Cycling has selected its national team for road, track, BMX, mountain and cyclocross. Coryn Labecki, Amber Neben, Leah Thomas, Clara Honsinger, Kristen Faulkner, Megan Jastrab and Lauren Stephens are among those selected.
Aude Biannic, one of the four riders who have been with Movistar Team since its founding in 2018, has renewed with the Spanish squad for another two years until the end of 2024.
An eight-year partnership signed between the UCI and Warner Bros. Discovery will see the emergence of a new-look UCI Mountain Bike World Cup from 2023. This will include the organisation, media production and broadcast of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup.
In light of the UNHCR’s commitment to the protection and assistance of refugees around the world for more than 70 years, and the current war in Ukraine, The Giro Donne wants to do their part by dedicating its Maglia Rosa to this organisation.
After two years of racing at the UCI Continental level, the CERATIZIT-WNT Pro Cycling Team is ready to take the next step. The squad has submitted its application to become a Women’s WorldTour team in 2023. The team, based in Germany, consists of 16 riders from nine different nations, including Austrian road champion Kathrin Schweinberger, Olympic, World and European champions Lisa Brennauer, Katie Archibald and Franziska Brauße.
The UCI is organising the 2022 Afghanistan Women’s National Championships at its Aigle headquarters in Switzerland. 60 riders who have fled their country will take part in the event.