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RESULTS
Road races
17/8   Tour of Norway (17/8-20/8)  
Prologue: Ellen Van Dijk   
   2.WT  
17/8   Tour de Limousin (15/8-18/8)  
Stage 3: Cyril Gautier   
   2.1  
16/8   GP Capodarco  
Winner: Mark Padun   
   1.2U  
15/8   Tour of Portugal (4/8-15/8)  
Winner: Raul Alarcon Garcia   
   2.1  
13/8   BinckBank Tour (7/8-13/8)  
Winner: Tom Dumoulin   
   2.WT  
13/8   Vargarda  
Winner: Lotta Lepistö   
   1.WT  
13/8   Arctic Race (10/8-13/8)  
Winner: Dylan Teuns   
   2.HC  
13/8   Colorado Classic (10/8-13/8)  
Winner: Manuel Senni   
   2.HC  
13/8   Czech Tour (10/8-13/8)  
Winner: Josef Cerny   
   2.1  
13/8   NC Belgium U23  
Winner: Jordi Van Dingenen   
   CN  
13/8   Puchar Karpat  
Winner: Maciej Paterski   
   1.2  
13/8   Vuelta a Colombia (1/8-13/8)  
Winner: Aristobulo Cala Cala   
   2.2  
13/8   GP Poggiana  
Winner: Nicola Conci   
   1.2U  
13/8   Hel van Voerendaal  
Winner: Mike Terpstra   
   NE  
12/8   Tour de l`Ain (8/8-12/8)  
Winner: Thibaut Pinot   
   2.1  
12/8   Memorial Henryka Lasaka  
Winner: Alan Banaszek   
   1.2  
12/8   Tour of Szeklerland (9/8-12/8)  
Winner: Patrick Bosman   
   2.2  
 
Track races
15/8   NC France (12/8-19/8)  
Pursuit: Coralie Demay
   CN  
12/8   NC France (12/8-19/8)      CN  
 
MTB races (XC)
13/8   Windham  
Winner: Daniel McConnell   
   HC  
13/8   Windham  
Winner: Catharine Pendrel   
   HC  
13/8   European Championships Marathon  
Winner: Tiago Jorge Oliveira Ferreira   
   CC  
13/8   European Championships Marathon  
Winner: Christina Kollmann   
   CC  
13/8   Silkeborg  
Winner: Sebastian Fini Carstensen   
   1  
13/8   Silkeborg  
Winner: Anna Madsen   
   1  
12/8   Kayseri  
Winner: Abdulkadir Kelleci   
   1  
12/8   Kayseri  
Winner: Esra Kurkcu   
   1  
 
MTB races (DH)
13/8   Windham  
Winner: Rafael Gutierrez Villegas   
   HC  
13/8   Windham  
Winner: Frida Helena Rønning   
   HC  
13/8   Kayseri  
Winner: Hossein Zanjanian   
   1  
13/8   Kayseri  
Winner: Eda Konuk   
   1  
13/8   Pra Loup  
Winner: Amaury Pierron   
   1  
13/8   Pra Loup  
Winner: Marine Cabirou   
   1  
 
NEWS
Schnitzspahn Named Vice President of Elite Athletics at USA Cycling [USA Cycling]
 
PRT Update: Winder keeps women`s lead; Mannion takes over for men [USA Cycling] (16/8)
The USA Cycling Pro Road Tour (PRT) completed a four-state slate of racing in the western U.S. to see a shakeup in the menandrsquo;s individual standings.
 
Sixteen National Champions Crowned Atop Pikes Peak at Hill Climb Nationals [USA Cycling] (14/8)
Sixteen riders earned the right to don the Stars-and-Stripes jersey atop the summit of 14,115-foot Pikes Peak at the USA Cycling Hill Climb National Championships.
 
44 athletes named to Team USA for Mountain Bike Worlds next month [USA Cycling] (14/8)
USA Cycling announced today the 44 athletes that will represent the United States at the 2017 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships, September 5-10 in Cairns, Australia.
 
Roster announced for Elite Pan Am Track Championships [USA Cycling] (10/8)
Fourteen athletes have been named to the team that will represent the USA at the Elite Pan American Track Championships in Trinidad and Tobago, Aug. 30 - Sept. 3.
 
15 juniors named to Team USA for Junior Track Worlds [USA Cycling] (8/8)
Fifteen athletes have been named to Team USA for the 2017 UCI Junior Track World Championships slated for Aug. 23-27 in Montichiari, Italy.
 
DEVO: Juniors Tackle Difficult Aubel-Thimister-Stavelot Race in Belgium [USA Cycling] (8/8)
The NDPandrsquo;s junior team got a taste of history while pushing their limits at the Aubel-Thimister-Stavelot in Belgium.
 
Gwin and Courtney Reign at Mont-Saint-Anne World Cup [USA Cycling] (6/8)
Aaron Gwinand Kate Courtneyraced to impressive victories at the lone North American World Cup event of 2017.
 
Final Four Titles Awarded as Track Nationals Conclude [USA Cycling] (6/8)
Jennifer Valente collects her third national title in as many days with a victory in the points race.
 
Valente Dominates Omnium at Track Nationals [USA Cycling] (5/8)
Olympic silver medalist Jennifer Valente swept all four events to capture the elite womenandrsquo;s omnium national championship on Friday.
 
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