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November 28, 2021, 11:44

Nathan Dos Reis Graca (VC Villefranche Beaujolais) won this Sunday during the Besançon Junior Men International cyclo-cross (C1), contested at the Malcombe site. He beat Paul Magnier (Charvieu-Chavagneux IC) and Athys Bedini (VC Ornans). Ranking: 1. Nathan Dos Reis Graca (VC Villefranche Beaujolais) in 36’46”2. Paul Magnier (Charvieu-Chavagneux IC) at 14”3. Athys Bedini (VC Ornans) at 22”4. Gabin Cler (Jura Cycling) at 29”5. Julian Burnet (Pays de Gavot mountain bike) at 48”6. Paul Mathieu (AC Bisontine) at 1’00”7. Eros Canceddat (Guericiotti) at 1’00”8. Antoine Clef (VC Sainte-Croix-en-Plaine) at 1’27”9. Paul Travert (AC Bisontine) at 1’54”10. Enzo Guillet (AC Champagnolaise) at 2’11”11. Gabriel Gouessant (VC Pays de Loudéac) at 2’19”12. Lucas Dougny (VC Tournus) at 2’24”13. Alexandre Binggeli (Team Vélo / VC Orbe) at 2’26”14. Romain Debord (Chouet ‘Bike CL) at 2’46”15. Edwin Mercier (Argenteuil Val de Sein 95) at 3’14”16. Tom Lafarge (VC Villefranche Beaujolais) at 3’24”17. Alexis Vivot (VC Valdahon Val de Vennes) at 3’32”18. Thomas Henrion (UC Haguenau) at 3’51”19. Quentin Guth (Bike Club Giromagny) at 4’18”20. Kylian Communal (EC Saint-Etienne Loire) at 4’28”21. Baptiste Berger (VS Maconnais) at 5’58”22. Erwan Tardieu (VS Brivadois) at 6’03”23. Brady Mangado (CC Etupes) at 6’39”24. Robin Roussel (Jura Cycling) at 6’52”25. Clément Cortet (VC Dolois) at 7’29”26. Lucas Lefevre (AC Bisontine) at 8’10”27. Morgan Paris (Philippe Wagner Cycling) at 8’57”28. Théotime Collier (Golbeean Cycle) at 9’07”29. Lois Pater (VC Valdahon Val de Vennes) at 11’25”30. Gabin Frichet (VC Valdahon Val de Vennes) 1 lap Abandons Paul Curty (VC Dolois) Cédric Mourand (Lagny Pontcarré Cycling)

Nathan DOS REIS GRACA

TotalEnergies will have 26 runners for 2022, says Ouest-France. Six recruits come to reinforce the ProTeam. Among the new arrivals, two are from the reserve team, the Vendée U: Sandy Dujardin and Alan Jousseaume. The big blow of the transfer window of the Vendéens is the arrival of the former triple World Champion Peter Sagan, who takes in his luggage Maciej Bodnar, Daniel Oss and his brother Juraj.

Thirty-one runners will make up the 2022 Cofidis squad. The WorldTour team has recorded ten starts, including those of Christophe Laporte and Elia Viviani, as well as thirteen arrivals. Among the new arrivals, some are experienced, such as the French Champion of the Elites time trial Benjamin Thomas or the Belgian Sander Armée. Two elements disembark from the ranks

Thijs Aerts (Baloise Trek Lions) won on Sunday the international cyclo-cross of La Grandville (Ardennes), organized by the Association La Grandville Cyclisme and the UVC Charleville-Mezières. He was ahead of Yan Gras (Team Podiocom CC) and Joshua Dubau (Team Peltrax-CS Dammarie-lès-Lys). Rankings: Elite 1. AERTS Thijs BEL in 1h04’45”2. BOLD Yan FRA 01:04:57

New project for Flavien Dassonville. The 30-year-old Picard will lead a new Canadian Continental team in 2022, the Premier Tech U23 Cycling Project. “Premier Tech’s commitment to cycling has been well known for over 25 years. The decision to create and lead a U23 team with passion was therefore natural,” read a statement. In 2021, Premier Tech was

Besançon (Doubs) will host the eighth round of the Cyclo-cross World Cup on Sunday November 28. Here are the French who will participate in the two Elite races.
The French entered: Women Line Burquier (A.S Bike Cross Team) Hélène Clauzel (A.S Bike Cross Team) Perrine Clauzel (A.S Bike Cross Team)

Emmanuel Morin, not retained by Cofidis, has signed up with Team U Nantes Atlantique, which is applying at Continental level, announces Le Télégramme. The 26-year-old rider was classified this year 2nd in the Route Adélie, 8th in the 1st stage of the Tour de l’Ain or 17th of the Tour du Finistère. He is the tenth rider announced in the Nantes team candidate for the 3rd division (

Lucas Dubau (Team Peltrax-CS Dammarie-lès-Lys) won this Saturday the National Cyclo-cross in Auxerre (Yonne), organized by VC Auxerre. He was ahead of Aurélien Philibert (Ardennes Cross Team-Gecibat) and Joris Delbove (Team Podiocom CC). Rankings: Seniors and Hopes 1 DUBAU Lucas TEAM PELTRAX CSD 1 in 59’00 “2 PHILIBERT Aurélien ARDENNES CROSS TEAM 1 59’05” 3 DELBOVE Joris

The Vendée U will have a workforce of 18 in 2022. The N1 club will have nine reinforcements. Two riders have signed with TotalEnergies, Sandy Dujardin and Alan Jousseaume. 2022 Vendée U squad: Lucas Boniface, 21 Thomas Bonnet, 23 Alessio Cialone, 18 (Team 94 Cycling) Antonin Corvaisier, 20 Quentin Cowan, 18

The Astana formation announced the creation in 2022 of a Continental team, namely Astana Qazaqstan Development Team. Among the riders entered, three arrive from UC Monaco and were 1st year Hopefuls in 2021. They are the French Pablo Sanchez and the Kazakhs Alexandre and Nicolas Vinokourov. Pablo Sanchez finished this season 3rd in the Grand Prix de la Saint- Romain à la Motte, 11th

Mathias Le Turnier, without a team after Delko’s withdrawal, has signed a contract for 2022 with Team U Nantes Atlantique, a Continental candidate. This season, the 26-year-old rider ranked 29th in the Mont Ventoux Dénivelé Challenge or even 38th in Paris-Camembert. Before joining Delko, Mathias Le Turnier spent four seasons at Cofidis.

The seventh round of the Cyclo-cross World Cup will take place this Sunday, November 21 in Koksijde (West Flanders). The Elite Men event will start at 3:05 p.m., lasting approximately 60 minutes. Find below the entry list and all the information on www.ucicyclocrossworldcup.com.

Koksijde (Belgium) will host the seventh round of the Cyclo-cross World Cup this Sunday, November 21. Here are the French who will be entered in the two Elite races.The French entered: Women Lauriane Duraffourg (AS Bike Cross Team) Camille Devigne (Pédale Madelenoise) Hélène Clauzel (AS Bike Cross Team) Perrine

There will finally be 14 French people per race on Sunday November 28 at the Cyclo-cross World Cup in Besançon (Doubs). Host country, France benefits from additional places. Here are the 28 French who will be involved.
The committed French: Women

The VC Pays de Loudéac will have a new sports director in 2022. The Breton club N1 has recruited Christophe Gouyon, who officiated this year at VC La Pomme Marseille (N2). He replaces Steve Arbault who had been in place for four seasons. Christophe Gouyon was sporting director of Team Peltrax-CS Dammarie-les-Lys from the end of 2016 to 2019. He was also in post at the BIC 2000, at the Guidon

Damien Beton (UCA Pélussin) won the Chambon-Feugerolles (Loire) cyclo-cross on Saturday, organized by the Chambon-Feugerolles Golden Wheel. He finished ahead of Laurent Bégard (Uniteam Cycling) and Maxime Perrin (Golène Evasion). Damien Beton succeeds himself in the prize list. Rankings: Seniors and Hopes1. BETON Damien UNION CYCLISTE

François Alaphilippe, former President of the FFC, died this Thursday, announces L’Equipe. He had served only one term at the head of the federation as he had committed to. He succeeded Germain Simon in 1989 before passing the baton to Daniel Baal – whom he had beaten four years earlier – in 1993.

Timon Rüegg (Cross Team Legendre) won this Saturday in Bagnoles-de-l’Orne (Orne), the fifth round of the Coupe de France Elites et Espoirs Hommes cyclo-cross. The Swiss beat Joshua Dubau (Team Peltrax-CS Dammarie-lès-Lys) and Tony Périou (Team S1Neo-Loudéac). RUEGG Timon CROSS TEAM LEGENDRE in 1h00’12”2. DUBAU Joshua TEAM PELTRAX – CSD at 22”3. PERIOU Tony TEAM

TotalEnergies will have 26 runners for 2022, says Ouest-France. Six recruits come to reinforce the ProTeam. Among the new arrivals, two are from the reserve team, the Vendée U: Sandy Dujardin and Alan Jousseaume. The big blow of the transfer window of the Vendéens is the arrival of the former triple World Champion Peter Sagan, who takes in his luggage Maciej Bodnar, Daniel Oss and his brother Juraj.

Auchy-les-Mines. It was here, in the Pas-de-Calais, that Quentin Jauregui resumed competition in the undergrowth last Sunday. The Northerner, on the sidelines for nearly a year because of knee pain – windshield wiper syndrome – wishes to take advantage of winter to regain rhythm, sensations and pleasure in cyclo-cross , the discipline that had revealed it

Valentin Guillaud (Team Guével Immobilier Laval Cyclisme 53) won this Monday the Dijon International cyclo-cross (C2), organized by the SCO Dijon. He finished ahead of Yan Gras (Team Podiocom CC). Valentin Guillaud succeeds Joshua Dubau (Team Peltrax-CS Dammarie-lès-Lys) in the prize list. Rankings: Seniors and Hopes1. GUILLAUD Valentin TEAM

Joshua Dubau (Team Peltrax-CS Dammarie-lès-Lys) won this Sunday in Bagnoles-de-l’Orne (Orne), during the sixth round of the French Elites cyclo-cross Cup. He beat Timon Rüegg (Cross Team Legendre) and Tony Périou (Team S1Neo-Loudéac). DUBAU Joshua TEAM PELTRAX-CSD in 1h04’25”2. RUEGG Timon CROSS TEAM LEGENDRE at 13”3. PERIOU Tony TEAM S1NEO LOUDEAC

Thirty-one runners will make up the 2022 Cofidis squad. The WorldTour team has recorded ten starts, including those of Christophe Laporte and Elia Viviani, as well as thirteen arrivals. Among the new arrivals, some are experienced, such as the French Champion of the Elites time trial Benjamin Thomas or the Belgian Sander Armée. Two elements disembark from the ranks

Desiet Kidane was the victim of a fatal accident on Monday in Asmara (Eritrea). She was struck by a motorist while she was training. She had just turned 21, and the Eritrean was on the Continental team of the World Cycling Center. Desiet Kidane had participated this season in many races on the French calendar. She had

Ryan Kamp (Netherlands) won, this Saturday, in Drenthe (Netherlands), the European Men’s Cyclo-cross Championship. The Dutchman beat Belgians Niels Vandeputte and Thibau Nys, and Ryan Kamp retains his title of European Champion. KAMP Ryan (Netherlands) in 50’03”2. VANDEPUTTE Niels (Belgium) 0: 013. NYS Thibau (Belgium) 0: 014. WYSEURE Joran (Belgium)

Thijs Aerts (Baloise Trek Lions) won on Sunday the international cyclo-cross of La Grandville (Ardennes), organized by the Association La Grandville Cyclisme and the UVC Charleville-Mezières. He was ahead of Yan Gras (Team Podiocom CC) and Joshua Dubau (Team Peltrax-CS Dammarie-lès-Lys). Rankings: Elite 1. AERTS Thijs BEL in 1h04’45”2. BOLD Yan FRA 01:04:57

From January 1, the UCI Continental Bingoal Casino-Chevalmeire and Doltcini-Van Eyck Sport-Proximus teams will merge, DirectVelo has learned. The training will be called Bingoal Casino-Chevalmeire-Van Eyck Sport and will evolve at the Continental level. Fifteen runners will make up the squad. Note that the sports director of Bingoal Casino-Chevalmeire Davy Wijnant will not be part of

New project for Flavien Dassonville. The 30-year-old Picard will lead a new Canadian Continental team in 2022, the Premier Tech U23 Cycling Project. “Premier Tech’s commitment to cycling has been well known for over 25 years. The decision to create and lead a U23 team with passion was therefore natural,” read a statement. In 2021, Premier Tech was

Lucinda Brand (Netherlands) won, this Saturday, in Drenthe (Netherlands), the European Elite Women cyclo-cross Championship. The Dutch beat Hungarian Kata Blanka Vas and her compatriot Yara Kastelijn. Lucinda Brand succeeds Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado on the list. Ranking: 1. BRAND Lucinda (Netherlands) in 48’22 ” 2. VAS Kata Blanka (Hungary) 0:56

Antoine Tran Van (Haute-Garonne) won, this Saturday, in Bagnoles-de-l’Orne (Orne), the fifth round of the French Junior cyclo-cross Cup. He beat Guillaume Bagou (Charvieu-Chavagneux IC) and Martin Orrière (UC Nantes Atlantique). TRAN VAN Antoine CD HAUTE-GARONNE in 40’25”2. BAGOU Guillaume CHARVIEU CHAVAGNEUX I.C. at 12”3. ORRIERE Martin UC

Adrien Guillonnet has signed up with VC Corbas for 2022. Le Francilien, who had been with the Continentale St Michel-Auber 93 team for two years, thus made the choice of geographical proximity by joining the N2 in the Lyon suburbs since he lives in the region. There he will meet Denis Repérant, who was his sports director at SCO Dijon

Dimitri Ilongo died this Wednesday evening. The rider licensed at the USSA Pavilly Barentin was 30 years old, Dimitri Ilongo defended the colors of Argenteuil Val de Seine 95, ESEG Douai, Team Peltrax-CS Dammarie-lès-Lys, C’Chartres Cyclisme and therefore from the USSA Pavilly Barentin, since 2020. On June 20, he won in the Tour d’Erdre

The French Cycling Federation has published the latest update of the variations applied to cycling of health decisions related to containment. From now on on the public highway, all “non-priority” cyclists, minors or adults supervised by a club when they leave, will be able to ride inside their department, beyond the radius.

Warren Barguil was frustrated, not to say pissed off, in the finish area across Flanders (1.UWT). Long candidate for victory – or at least for the podium – in the Belgian event, being present in the counter-attack group behind the Dutchman

Axel Mariault (UC Nantes Atlantique) won, this Saturday, in Épinal (Vosges), the French Amateur Championship. After 170.4 kilometers of racing, he beat Louis Richard (EC Saint-Etienne Loire) and Paul Lapeira (AG2R Citroën U23 Team). Axel Mariault succeeds Jason Tesson on the prize list. Unofficial classification: 1. MARIAULT Axel UC NANTES ATLANTIQUE

The second stage of the Women’s Tour of Ardèche (2.1) promised a show, and it did not disappoint. The 123-kilometer race on the program, from Anneyron down to the Beauchastel dam – all complemented by five climbs listed in the mountain classification (

Théo Nonner will no longer wear the Conti Groupama-FDJ jersey this season, any more than he has done so far in 2021. In full reflection since last December, the Ile-de-France has decided to put on a end of his cycling career, he who no longer felt the desire to ride and who did not touch

The Ministry of Sports has updated its table of health variations for sport.While in the version of December 18, supervised training on public roads for adults was authorized without limitation of number (read here), the version

Team Delko will no longer be in the pelotons next season. Moreover, the Provençal team has even just competed in the last race of its existence this Sunday at Paris-Tours (1.Pro), announces La Marseillaise. In great financial difficulty, the team

Clément Venturini (AG2R Citroën Team) won, this Sunday, in Pontchâteau (Loire-Atlantique), the French Elite Men cyclo-cross Championship. The podium was completed by Joshua Dubau (Team Peltrax-CS Dammarie-lès-Lys) and David Menut (Cross Team Legendre) .Clément Venturini thus won his fourth title of French Elite Champion. Ranking :

Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo) won the first stage of the Tour des Alpes-Maritimes and Var Nice-Matin (2.1) this Friday, run over 183.9 kilometers between Biot and Gourdon (Alpes-Maritimes). The Dutchman beat Greg Van Avermaet (AG2R Citroën Team) and Valentin Madouas (Groupama-FDJ). Bauke Mollema also became the first leader of this 53rd edition. Ranking

The French Cycling Federation announces in a press release the reduction of measures for practitioners. They are different for adults and minors. Adults have the right to resume an activity with their club. However, they must respect the rule of 3 hours and 20 kilometers of radius around the home, as well as ride in a group of up to six people.

Baptiste Paillard was the victim of a fatal accident this Tuesday at noon following a collision with a tractor while he was training, announces the ESEG Douai. The 20-year-old cyclist died instantly. The accident occurred in the town of Yzeux, near Flixecourt (Somme), indicates Le Courrier Picard. Baptiste Paillard has been evolving since 2020 within the N3 club. This year he had finished

This is undoubtedly THE key moment of this World Junior Road Championship. With less than six kilometers to go, as the Habs seem in a perfect position to play for the title – with three representatives in a squad of eight and a field still relegated

Jacques Lebreton (EC Saint-Etienne Loire) won, on Sunday, the 21st edition of the Circuit des Communes de la Vallée du Bédat (Elite Nationale), run over 133.7 kilometers around Nohanent (Puy-de-Dôme). He was ahead of Alexandre Jamet (Bourg-en-Bresse Ain Cyclisme) and Sandy Dujardin (Vendée U). Jacques Lebreton succeeds Clément Carisey on the list.

Emilien Jeannière (Vendée U) won the 41st edition of the Flèche de Locminé-Souvenir Henri Le Bras (Elite Nationale) on Sunday, contested over a distance of 150.2 kilometers. He was ahead of Yannick Martinez (Guidon Chalettois) and Jean-Louis Le Ny (WB-Fybolia Locminé). Emilien Jeannière takes over from Jason Tesson in the Breton event.

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