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As a young man, he loved playing football and tennis. When he developed a knee problem, he was no longer able to run so instead he took up cycling, a sport to which he eventually became addicted. Today Hans-Jürgen Bazan, winner in the M3 category of the time trial of the 2018 World Press Cycling […]Read more
A job with Eurosport that keeps her busy all day… but whenever she can, she gets straight on the saddle. The “bicycle” is a constant in the life of the Jeanine Laudy, thirty-one years old from the Netherlands and Belgium 2018 World Press Cycling Championship World Champion. When she started cycling at 23 she was […]Read more
He is 36 years old from Belgium, and during the last edition of the World Press Cycling Championship in Roeselare he got gold in the time trial for the M1 category. We are talking about Frederik Backelandt, a Grinta journalist who lives a simple life, always giving his best. Because, he says, “what matters in […]Read more
An accident, but still the desire to be on the saddle: nothing can stop Erwin De Clercq, the De Beiaard journalist madly in love with cycling who last year at the WPCC won gold both in the line and the road race for the M2 category. A few years ago he lost his memory due […]Read more
Next year, the Italian towns of Treviso, Bassano del Grappa and Marostica will play host to the 20th World Press Cycling Championship, an annual competition that attracts a large group of international journalists who swap their pens for bikes to do battle for the coveted title. The 2019 WPCC takes place between September 12 and […]Read more