CHRISTMAS EVE WITH CAVENDISH
Eurosport will air an exclusive interview on Wednesday (Christmas Eve) with Mark Cavendish.
From the elation of winning four stages at the Tour de France to missing out on a medal in Beijing, Cavendish gives a unique insight into his career to date.
The hour-long special gives the Manxman the opportunity to talk through each of his Tour de France stage wins as well revealing his chagrin at the incessant doping scandals that have dogged the sport.
Be sure to tune into British Eurosport on Wednesday December 24, from 20:00-21:00.
Below: Cavendish talks viewers through one of his Tour stage wins
BRITS IN BELGIUM
Four Britons took to the start line on Friday for the Scheldecross cyclo-cross race in Antwerp.
Roger Hammond, David Fletcher, Ian Bibby and Jonathan McEvoy finished 29th, 31st, 37th and 39th respectively behind race-winner, Thijs Al of the Netherlands.
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PLANET X OLD SKOOL SERIES
The new Planet X Old Skool Series is certainly taking shape; in addition to Alan Rochford?s cash bonus of £492.40 for the first rider to break Alf Engers? unofficial ?pre-aero? 25-mile record in one of the new Old Skool events, Planet X is also putting up a £500 bonus for the first person to break Colin Sturgess? 10-mile record of 18:48 under similar conditions.
Further, the overall winner of the series will likely receive the Planet X team car that Ian Cammish will use to get to and from the events next year.
In an attempt to get the country?s top ?testers? to have a go, the organisers will be offering £5000 to anybody who can break all four Old Skool records in 2009. The 10 and 25 can only be broken in the Old Skool series whilst the 50 and 100 records can be broken in any CTT open event.
JEBB TAKES FINAL ROUND OF YORKSHIRE POINTS
Robb Jebb took the final round of the Yorkshire Points cyclo-cross series in Wakefield yesterday.
Jebb capitalised on the battle between Chris Young and James Sharp to decide the title and escaped to take an impressive win.
Sharp took the series overall thanks to a fourth place on the day, only two points clear of Young.
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