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Pogačar and Žigart: The power couple of Slovenian cycling

Urska Žigart and Tadej Pogačar are two of Slovenian's best cyclists. Get to know the couple.

Q&A with Richie Porte on his Dauphiné win and Tour de France prospects

After perhaps the biggest win of his career, Porte looks ahead to the Tour de France.

Doctor, 'rookie' racer, national champ: Elise Chabbey is living her best life

Get to know the Swiss champion and the winner of the first stage of the first-ever women's Tour de Suisse.

Australian Ben O'Connor at home with AG2R: They have confidence in me

Ben O'Connor signed a new contract with AG2R Citroën, tying him to the French team for the next three seasons.

A chat with Johan Museeuw, the greatest Classics rider of his generation

The three-time Flanders and Roubaix winner still follows the sport closely.

The Pro's Playlist with Lukas Pöstlberger: The man we don't let near the stereo

Besides being a damn good bike racer, Lukas Pöstlberger of Bora-Hansgrohe is a music nut. We delve in to the music he uses to get himself...

Forever on the front: Meet Tim Declercq, one of the world's best domestiques

Tim Declercq is that tall guy leading the bunch in the Spring Classics and Grand Tours.

'It's a good time now' – Mitch Docker is retiring without regrets

After 13 seasons in the professional ranks, Mitch Docker is calling time on his career.

Meet Jelena Erić, all-terrain domestique, only Serbian in the WorldTour

Get to know one of the most versatile support riders in the peloton.

Step 1 in Caleb Ewan's ambitious 2021 plan: Win a stage of the Giro

Caleb Ewan wants to win a stage in all three Grand Tours this year. He'll start the Giro as the top sprinter.

One race into his pro career, Jay Vine is already turning heads

He caught everyone by surprise at the Tour of Turkey. Now he's looking further ahead.

Simon Carr is flying under the radar ... for now

Simon Carr went under the radar for quite some time but has now started his steady rise in the peloton.

From Alaska to the Kwaremont: The spectacular rise of Kristen Faulkner

She only joined the pro peloton last year, with barely any racing experience. This month she went top-10 at the Tour of Flanders.

Ellen van Dijk dreams of a solo win in Roubaix

Ellen van Dijk is looking forward to Flanders' holy week and has her fingers crossed for Paris-Roubaix.

My First Race: Jake Stewart, the next sprint superstar?

Jake Stewart may not be a name you're all too familiar with, at least until he was pushed into a barrier by Nacer Bouhanni.

Remembering Antoine Demoitié, five years on

In 2016 Antoine Demoitie died after an accident in Gent-Wevelgem. Five years later he is still part of the lives of many.

The WorldTour siblings: two different riders, one shared love of cycling

Mathias and Emma Norsgaard are the first brother and sister pairing at a WorldTour team.

Negasi Abreha can't go home

While his home region of Tigray is in the midst of a civil war, Abreha trains in Italy, thinking of his family and his future.

Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig: 'If I had the recipe to happiness I would get rich'

Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig is one of the brightest talents of the peloton, both on and off the bike.

Where are they now? Flanders and Roubaix winner Peter Van Petegem

Now 51, Peter Van Petegem looks back at his great career and reveals what he's up to these days.

The show must go on: How the Spring Classics are being run in COVID times

Last year the Tour of Flanders and Gent-Wevelgem showed that one-day Classics can be run in COVID times. In 2021 they face a different se...