Federation names full lineup for races in Les Gets, France, August 22-28.
USA Cycling confirms 98-rider multi-discipline team aiming toward ambitious long-term goals of world championship podiums and Olympic medals.
Haley Batten and Kate Courtney round out women's podium, while Cole Paton and Tyler Orschel are second and third men.
German duo Georg Egger and Lukas Baum (Speed Company Racing) overcome a deficit of 2:45 to win the men's race.
American female duo take third stage-win of race, men's GC sees shakeup as Blevins and Beers slide back into third overall.
Cape Epic: Schurter and Forster finally have their day while Ferrand-Prévot and de Groot rally to win stage
Some shuffle in the women's GC, but Gomez Villafañe and Batten maintain their lead while Andreas Seewald and Martin Stošek sit atop the men's overall after two stages.
In the men's race, Blevins/Beers fall to seventh overall, as Swenson/Marotte move into third.
If they win, the duo will be the second and third American women in history to land on the top step of the South African race.
The young American riders both departed Trinity Racing after successful 2021 seasons.
Watch Kate Courtney, Haley Batten, Christopher Blevins, and other from Team USA battle with the world's best, live on FloBikes.
On today's podcast we examine Team USA's ups and downs at the Olympics. Then, Amber Neben and Haley Batten join the show.
As she continues to storm through her first year as an elite, the 23-year-old celebrates another milestone race.
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Here's what Haley Batten, Kate Courtney, and others said after the Olympic cross-country mountain bike race.
Haley Batten's meteoric rise has been a decade in the making.
Amber Neben, Coryn Rivera, Chloe Woodruff, Christopher Blevins, and others named to the full U.S. squad for Tokyo
American rider continues red-hot start to the season with second place after winning the short track race Friday.
U.S. rider Haley Batten won Friday's short-track cross-country MTB World Cup race in the Czech Republic.
"I've been ready for this for a long time." American MTB phenom Haley Batten finished third in her first elite World Cup.
After the 22-year old finished third at the Albstadt World Cup, Tokyo doesn't seem so far away.
On this week's episode we hear from MTB stars Kate Courtney, Chloe Woodruff, Erin Huck, Lea Davison, Haley Batten, and Hannah Finchamp about the Olympic push.
The U.K.-based squad also sees the road team move to Pro Continental.
The UCI's decision to reopen rider rankings amid the COVID-19 pandemic has generated pushback from riders.
Scott-SRAM and Specialized Racing dominate the five-stage race in the first major event since the COVID stoppage.
With six weeks before the first UCI mountain bike World Cup, riders and teams have yet to receive detailed information about COVID-19 safety protocols from the sport's governing body.