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We recap Giro d'Italia stage 19, hear from Froome after the race, and have some takes and analysis about his performance.
Read the full article at Emergency Giro podcast: Froome’s gamble for pink pays off on VeloNews.com.
After leading the Giro for weeks and collecting three stage wins, Simon Yates crumbles, but he insists he has no regrets.
Read the full article at After ‘hardest day of his life,’ Yates promises to return and win Giro on VeloNews.com.
After failing to keep Chris Froome's long attack in check, defending Giro champ Tom Dumoulin has only a single climbing stage left.
Read the full article at Dumoulin pessimistic, second to Froome with one chance left on VeloNews.com.
Froome’s raid today is the greatest Grand Tour performance since...? Why is it believable? Could Dumoulin have done anything differently?
Read the full article at Giro Roundtable: Believing in Froome’s raid on VeloNews.com.
Shimano's new XTR M9100 mountain bike drivetrain offers the widest cassette range on the market with a massive 10-51T spread.
Read the full article at New Shimano XTR one-ups SRAM with 51-tooth cog on VeloNews.com.
We have to admit, we got a few things wrong in our predictions for this Giro d'Italia. Time to pick apart oru garbage takes.
Read the full article at VeloNews Show: Owning up to our bad Giro takes on VeloNews.com.
Chris Froome attacked on the Colle delle Finestre in Friday's stage 19 at the Giro d'Italia, upending the general classification.
Read the full article at Giro fireworks: Froome attacks, Yates falls out of pink in stage 19 on VeloNews.com.
Chris Case outlines what you should bring to a grueling gravel race such as the 200-mile Dirty Kanza.
Read the full article at Training Center: A race-day gear checklist for Dirty Kanza (or any long gravel race) on VeloNews.com.
The Grand Junction Off-Road is a rocky, tough marathon mountain bike race, and also a three day music festival.
Read the full article at Video: One minute at the Grand Junction Off-Road on VeloNews.com.
With two big mountain stages remaining in the Giro d'Italia, Team Sky is setting up a new strategy to ambush Yates for the win.
Read the full article at Are Froome and Sky plotting an ambush to win Giro? on VeloNews.com.
American Kate Courtney lands a top-10 result at Albstadt MTB World Cup after strong showing in short track race.
Read the full article at The Dirt: Courtney 10th at Albstadt World Cup; Ironman may take over Breck Epic on VeloNews.com.
RunPro Camp, an interactive seminar for aspiring professional runners, provides tools and resources for top recent post-collegiate athletes
Arlington, VA - Jared Ward, 2016 U.S. Olympian, will deliver the keynote address at the 2018 RunPro Camp dinner on Friday, July 20. The RRCA’s RunPro Camp is designed to educate and inform competitive post-collegiate distance runners interested in pursuing a professional running career. This interactive seminar will be held July 20-21 near the Road Runners Club of America headquarters in Arlington, VA.
Ward, a 29 year-old resident of Layton, UT, ran collegiately at Brigham Young University. At the 2016 Olympic Trials in Los Angeles, he finished third in the Marathon in 2:13:00, securing a spot on the U.S. Olympic team. Later that summer, at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Ward ran a personal best time 2:11:00 in the Marathon, finishing sixth overall and second overall among American men. Ward is also the 2015 USATF running circuit title holder, with victories that year in the USA 20 km, 25 km, and Marathon Championships. He was the 2016 RRCA Road Runner of the Year.
The goal of RunPro Camp is to provide the information and tools needed for more top-collegiate runners to stay in the sport and pursue a professional running career on the roads, track, trails, or cross country. The camp is a companion to www.RunPro.com, a website designed to assist promising distance runners looking to take the leap from collegiate to professional running.
RunPro Camp will provide opportunities for runners to meet coaches and athletes from professional training centers; learn about sponsorship opportunities; elite athlete recruitment by races; determine what type of representation (agents) would be best; along with various USATF rules governing professional running, including anti-doping compliance.
RRCA will sponsor travel and lodging grants to qualified runners based on collegiate performances. The RRCA anticipates supporting up to 20 athletes for the two-day RunPro Camp in 2018. Athletes completing NCAA eligibility within the last two years are encouraged to apply by May 31 at www.runpro.com/information
Giro d'Italia leader Simon Yates under pressure as final mountain stages ramp up, but he's still in pink with two big days remaining.
Read the full article at Yates hopes stage 18 crack isn’t the start of a crumble on VeloNews.com.
One of the keys to Simon Yates's success so far in the Giro has been steady support by tough domestiques like Sam Bewley.
Read the full article at Meet Sam Bewley, the tall Kiwi helping defend Giro pink on VeloNews.com.
Through 17 stages of racing, the Giro has yet to see a breakaway successfully make it to the line. No one’s seen anything like it.
Read the full article at Breakaways struggle at fast, furious Giro d’Italia on VeloNews.com.
Domestic teams that race in the Tour of California base their entire season around the international event.
Read the full article at For domestic teams, Tour of California is their Tour de France on VeloNews.com.
We hear from Svein Tuft on how Orica developed from an upstart team into world-beaters, plus MTB and California run-downs.
Read the full article at VN pod, ep. 95: Tuft on Yates’s ascension to world-beater, California wrap-up on VeloNews.com.
Gianni Savio has been happily watching the young Colombian Egan Bernal climb the ranks but says he isn't ready for Tour debut
Read the full article at The man who discovered Bernal: ‘Too early for Tour’ on VeloNews.com.