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Bora can return to TdH, change picture in Ni Vuelt, Vos not satisfied even with World Championship

Bora can return to TdH, change picture in Ni Vuelt, Vos not satisfied even with World Championship

Bora-hansgrohe could also start in the Tour de Hongrie in 2023

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According to ProCyclingStats, a well-known pro-cycling statistics site, the Bora-hansgrohe line will start on the Hungarian circuit in 2021 and 2022, as well as in 2023. As we can recall, last year the German WorldTeam, which mainly focuses on Sprints, the men’s Nagykanizsa finished third under Jordi Meeus, while Britain’s Matthew Walls struggled this year in the men’s race – he finished third in Szkesfehrvron – but Patrick Konrad also had people in the group, the Austrian wheeled chariot closing the yellow triangle in position Eighth in the constant battle.

The 2023 Tour de Hongrie, better known as the ProSeries race, will take place between May 10-14.

The Vuelta has a major facelift

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The competition, previously known as the Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta, will take place in the competition calendar in 2023 as a new date and name, as well as a seven-stage competition. The usual date will happen next year, precisely between May 1 and 7, so the Giro d’Italia Donne sa Tour de France Femmes will be avoided. La Vuelta Espana Femenina, which started as a one-day event in 2015, will now be a seven-day event next year.

The competition’s champion is Annemiek van Vleuten (Movistar), who won the Tour sa Gir in 2022 in addition to the Spanish Tour, also not winning the world championship.

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Tobias Voss: Let’s be honest, I had a bad time

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Norwegian talent Tobias Vos’ season didn’t go as planned, but it was a big surprise that he won the World Time Trial Championships in Wollongong.

– Let’s be honest, apart from the World Cup, I had bad times. It’s still in my head that it would be a good idea to start everything from scratch, and start smaller competitions, so that I can earn people’s trust. Of course, my future dream is to be able to stand out in a big three-week tour, and this is what I am working on, but for now it is more realistic to get a prominent role in competitions in which every round is decisive. There are a lot of big names on the Jumbo-Visma team, and it’s no secret that I’m not very high in that hierarchy. If I stick to my dreams, then I have to realize that it will be very difficult to even get a place in the Vuelta from this team. – said the ninth-place finisher in the 2021 Giro in an interview the other day.

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