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Tom Pidcock I did that! After winning the Olympic title in Tokyo in 2021, the Briton also triumphed at the World Cup, which was held at his home in Great Britain. The Ineos Grenadiers rider focused solely and exclusively on this test, and gave up calling the bus for a road test. His only goals were also on the MTB to prepare for Paris 2024. Despite starting from the fourth row, which sparked controversy from the specialists, Pidcock managed to regain the lead in the regular component race. ShorterAnd Harthley And Saroo. Once back, he caught his breath a bit and then took the initiative to force his pace on the uphill stretches to wear out his opponents. Saroo and Hatherley broke away, but Shorter too – at a certain point – had to raise the white flag, as he could no longer follow his very young rival who had managed a beautiful solo victory. Schurter didn’t even finish second, then regrouped and passed him stare who has already won gold in the short track and won silver in cross country. Schurter closes the podium and snaps a streak of two consecutive World Cup victories. And Van der Poel? He ended his race in a crash after two corners, as in Tokyo. Is it Italy? VII Luke Prydot Which is the best of the Italians. We come home with just one medal, Eliane Pacanella’s silver among juniors.