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Lucy Garner takes second in Women’s Tour de Yorkshire bunch sprint

Lucy Garner takes second in Women’s Tour de Yorkshire bunch sprint

Apr 30, 2016

Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling’s Lucy Garner finished a close second place in the bunch sprint at the end of the Women’s Tour de Yorkshire, in the centre of Doncaster, at the end of a tough 136km race. The 21-year-old former two time junior World Champion was beaten by less than a length by Dutch powerhouse Kirsten Wild (Hitec Products) after the peloton caught...

Wiggle High5’s British riders look ahead to the Tour de Yorkshire

Wiggle High5’s British riders look ahead to the Tour de Yorkshire

Apr 29, 2016

All four of Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling’s British riders will line up for the start of this Saturday’s Tour de Yorkshire race, between Otley and Doncaster, keen to experience the first elite race of the year on British roads. Olympic Champion Dani King will lead Welsh rider Amy Roberts, Manxwoman Anna Christian and former double junior World Champion Lucy...

Emma Johansson Blog: Pais Vasco – The beginning!

Emma Johansson Blog: Pais Vasco – The beginning!

Apr 26, 2016

To come back to Pais Vasco will always be special for me, there is where my career started more than 10 years ago… After a unsuccessful attempt racing as a guest rider for the Basque team Bizkaia in Drenthe 2005 I thought my chances to turn professional where gone – after ending up in hospital with a broken finger. So, of course I got excited...

Nettie Edmondson Blog: 107 Days to Go

Nettie Edmondson Blog: 107 Days to Go

Apr 26, 2016

107 days to go. We’re almost in double digits. It’s hard to believe that four years of preparation has almost come to an end. It has been an eventful four years to say the least. I’ve competed in four Track World Championships, three Road World Championships and a Commonwealth Games. I’ve had 9 breaks spent in Australia, Spain, Indonesia, Scotland,...

Dani King Blog: Learning the road

Dani King Blog: Learning the road

Apr 25, 2016

Although some people might say I’ve achieved everything an athlete would want to achieve being both World and Olympic champion, by changing discipline from track to road racing I feel like I’ve gone back in time to when I first started riding a bike. 2016 is my first full season on the road and I’ve already raced more single race days than I...

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