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Cycling News highlights from September 26 to 30,2011.
Mark Cavendish’s victory in elite men road race gave Britain its second world title of this year’s world championships and top spot in the final medal table. Great Britain won six medals, one more than Australia and three more than third placed France.
Great Britain also won gold in the junior women road race with Lucy Garner, while Bradley Wiggins and Elinor Barker won silver medals in the elite men time trial and the junior women time trial. Emma Pooley and Andrew Fenn completed the Great Britain medal haul with bronze medals in the women’s time trial and the under 23 men road race.
After a strong showing in the women’s road race at the UCI World Championshios, Clara Hughes is looking forward to the London 2012 Olympics, where she is aiming to ride her “best bike race yet.” The multiple Olympic medallist spent the best part of a decade out of the sport as she focused on her speed-skating career, but she returned to the highest level this season.
A bronze medallist in the time trial and road race at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Hughes went on to take four more Olympic medals as a speed-skater in the Winter Games, including gold in Turin in 2006.
Delhi Cyclists Ride with Team T3 Brevets:
A group of enthusiastic cyclists have come together to form Team T3, an organization incorporated with an objective of promoting ultra cycling, organising cycling events, brevets and expeditions to promote cycling at large and prepare a team of finest velo-athletes to compete and win international competitions.
Time and Date : 02 October, 5.30 - 8.30 a.m
Location: Leisure Valley Park, Sector 29, Gurgaon.
COLVALE TO ASNORA AND BEYOND OFF ROAD RIDE - 32KM or MORE
This ride will take place in goa from Colvale to Ansora near Mapusa, Goa.Its an off road ride covering 32kms or more.
Date : 9th October 2011
Time : 7am to 10am
Location : Mapusa ,Goa