Lappartient’s grand vision of cycling ‘mini-Olympics’ realised in Glasgow | Jeremy Whittle

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Britain did well not just in collecting world championship medals but also in rising to the occasion as hosts

Less than 12 months from the opening ceremony of the Paris Olympic Games, British cycling’s good health was evident across the UCI Cycling World Championships, which ended in Glasgow on Sunday afternoon.

From Tom Pidcock’s gold medal in the men’s Olympic mountain biking event, to Elinor Barker and Neah Evans’s world title in the women’s madison, Josh Tarling’s bronze in the men’s time trial and Beth Shriever’s gold in the BMX supercross, there were stellar performances across the multidisciplined event from rapidly maturing talents.

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Written by Jeremy Whittle
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