All News Items



  • Laporte sprints to Dauphine opening stage win
    Frenchman Christophe Laporte pipped Belgian Rune Herregodts on the line in central France to win the first stage of the Criterium du Dauphine on Sunday.With less than a month to go until the Tour de France, last year's champion Jonas Vingegaard crossed the line just behind Jumbo-Visma team-mate Laporte..
  • Highlights: Critérium du Dauphiné Stage 1 finish
    Watch the thrilling finish from Stage 1 of the Critérium du Dauphiné where one riders attempts to hold off a charging in the final moments..
  • Giro winner Roglic to skip Tour
    The winner of the Giro d'Italia last month Primoz Roglic will skip the Tour de France this summer, the director of his Jumbo-Visma team said on Saturday.Tour de France champion Jonas Vingegaard will spearhead Jumbo-Visma during the three-week race starting on July 1..
  • Unbound Gravel 2023 – the courses, the riders and how to follow the world's toughest gravel race
    A record entry of riders will see amateurs join pro roadies and MTB Olympians racing for Unbound Gravel glory.
  • Evenepoel returns for Tour of Switzerland
    Belgian cycling star Remco Evenepoel confirmed Friday he will return to competition for the Tour of Switzerland after pulling out of the Giro d'Italia while leading after he tested positive for Covid.Evenepoel, 23, the Giro favourite, left the race on May 14 after a positive Covid test. .
  • Rapha Pennine Rally – everything you need to know
    The multi-day bikepacking event from Edinburgh to Manchester that’ll have you itching to plan your next bikepacking adventure.
  • Rapha Pennine Rally 2023 – one week to go till the start of the inclusive 500km bikepacking event between Edinburgh and Manchester
    Comradery, friendship, and lots of climbing are all part of the Rapha Pennine Rally.
  • UCI must follow British Cycling's lead and change transgender policy before World Championships
    Many have fought for a long time and gone through many challenges to make the gains that have seen women’s sport evolve into its rightful place in the social conscience; a place where the exploits of our daughters are as respected as those of our sons. We are not there yet, but the position and changes currently occurring are visible by the month and unimaginable from the time of my youth, when sporting bodies such as British Cycling could write off my entreaties that they should actually hold B.
  • Roglic Giro triumph banishes painful Tour de France memories
    Primoz Roglic's first Giro d'Italia victory Sunday has eased the bad memories of his painful collapse at the Tour de France three years ago, even if 'the big one' is still missing from his long list of honours. Jumbo Visma rider Roglic, 33, added this year's Giro to a trio of victories in the Vuelta a Espana and the manner of his win was redemption for the late 2020 Tour collapse..
  • Cavendish hails 'best friend' Thomas after winning final Giro stage
    Mark Cavendish paid tribute to Geraint Thomas on Sunday after his fellow Briton and great friend helped the sprint king win the last ever Giro d'Italia stage of his storied career."I couldn't have ended my racing career in Italy in any better way than winning at the Giro d'Italia in Rome," said a visibly emotional Cavendish..
  • Mark Cavendish turns Roman gladiator in marvellous Giro d'Italia flourish
    In a golden evening’s glow here in the Eternal City, Mark Cavendish proved that he, too, remained somehow imperishable. Less than a week after tearfully announcing his retirement from professional cycling, and amid whispers that his ferocity as a sprinter was on the wane, this granite-willed 38-year-old conjured one of his most staggering tricks yet, surging clear to win the final stage of his final Giro d’Italia with a gloriously unexpected flourish. It was as if, in the shadow of the Colosseum.
  • Primoz Roglic wins Giro d’Italia over Geraint Thomas
    Primož Roglič secured the Giro d’Italia title by overtaking leader Geraint Thomas on the penultimate stage. Mark Cavendish won the last stage..

Cycling feed courtesy of Yahoo Sports

Back to top|main

...formula one

  • Sweat Or Rain? Same Thing According To George Russell’s ‘Embarrassing’ Spanish GP Moment
    The rain in Spain fell this weekend – but not in the way you’d expect, and only in George Russell’s helmet. Huh? Oh, no – that was sweat. The Mercedes driver had F1 fans laughing as he mistook beads of his own sweat for raindrops during a dry race in Barcelona. Don’t worry, George, it happens to […].
  • F1 Fans Jump To Tsunoda’s Defence After ‘Really Harsh’ Spanish GP Penalty
    Yuki Tsunoda looks to be in good form at the moment. He’s been one of the biggest surprises of the 2023 season, especially as he’d gone in to what is widely seen as a make-or-break campaign. To everyone’s relief, he’s stepped up and has finished most of the races in 10th or 11th.  At the […].
  • Lando Norris Ready To ‘Hold On For Dear Life’ to P3 In Spanish GP
    Can we just take a moment for McLaren fans everywhere to celebrate this groundbreaking moment? It may only be P3, but it feels like a win considering the team’s start to the season. Both boys ended up in Q3, and Lando snapped up a second-row start for the Spanish Grand Prix. EXCITING.  Although clearly proud […].
  • Steiner Has Been Reprimanded For Fiery Comments Against F1 Stewards
    Guenther Steiner was called to the stewards on Saturday due to comments he made ahead of the weekend on Thursday – and we say the word ‘comments’ lightly, as he did go on quite the passionate rant. But, we say, for good reason. It was all surrounding the inconsistency of the stewards, which, you know, […].
  • ‘I Overheat My Head’ – Tsunoda On Another Radio Rage Moment
    Let’s be honest, we know what you’re here for! It’s time for another edition of the “Yuki Tsunoda radio chronicles”! In this week’s episode, blatant frustration after the in-form Japanese driver had his best laptime taken away for a track limits breach on Turn 5, running four wheels off the outside the white lines on […].
  • ‘Completely Slow’ Charles Leclerc Gives His View Of Shock Q1 Exit
    When it rains, it pours for the Ferrari camp. After some genuine optimism as they debuted their new upgrade package, a chaotic Q1 session in changeable conditions led to Charles Leclerc struggling to turn his SF-23 and, as a result, being eliminated in 19th place 📉 In a media scrum that included The Race, Leclerc […].
  • F1 Fans All Thought The Same Thing About The Mercedes Teammates’ Q2 Shunt
    Well, that was quite an exciting qualifying session, wasn’t it? It was absolutely full of unexpected drama, including teammates Lewis Hamilton and George Russell making contact in a really bizarre end to Q2. It was simply a miscommunication between the pair, but the images of the two Mercedes had F1 fans feeling somewhat nostalgic.  2016 […].
  • Fernando Alonso Believes That The Mentality Around F1 Is Way Too Negative
    Fernando Alonso and his team, Aston Martin, have come under fire over the last week. The reason? Not popping on a set of intermediate tyres during his first pit stop, with many suggesting that had Aston Martin done so, he would have ended up ahead of Verstappen, who waited another lap to stop. At the […].
  • A Shock Q2 Exit Could Be On The Cards For Mercedes In Qualifying Tomorrow
    Ahhhhhhhh. We knew the upgrades wouldn’t just magically turn the Mercedes into a race-winning car, but it doesn’t make it any less disappointing. In Monaco, it was evident we wouldn’t see the full performance of the upgrades, and fans were hopeful we’d see a clear difference coming into Spain. But after day one in Catalunya, […].
  • Gaining Performance Isn’t Ferrari’s Main Objective When It Comes To Upgrades
    Ferrari has brought some rather significant upgrades to the Spanish Grand Prix – as you may have already seen. In particular, their new revised sidepods have caught the eyes of F1 fans as they look strikingly different to their previous design. They certainly look ominous, but Charles Leclerc isn’t expecting any “big miracles.” Although I’m […].

Formula One feed courtesy of WTF1

Back to top|main