DOHA, Qatar (VN) — Wind turned what was potentially a tame world championships into a brawl for the ages. The peloton woke up Sunday to
Mark Cavendish rues a snap judgement in the worlds sprint finale. He bet Sagan would be boxed out, but ended up second-place.
Precious few spectators turned out for Doha worlds, but there were a few intrepid cycling fans who made the trek to Qatar.
Sagan surges to another world championship win after a long day under the hot Qatari sun
Sagan follows the right moves, bides his time, and kicks to victory for a rare world championship repeat
John Degenkolb sprays his water bottle at Belgium's Jens Debusschere on a frustrating day for the German team in Doha
Mark Cavendish finds himself momentarily stuck in traffic in a hectic sprint, possibly costing him a second world title
Peter Sagan sprints to a second world title out of a small group in Doha
Scenes from Saturday's women's elite road race at the Doha world championships
Spain, seemingly a top contender for worlds every year, is in the rare position of riding without a big race favorite in Doha