Cyclocross World Championships 2018: Evie Richards and Ben Tulett give Great Britain double gold

British riders win opening two races of Cyclocross World Championships in Valkenburg, as Sanne Cant successfully defended the elite women's title

Ben Tulett and Evie Richards took victories for Great Britain at the Cyclocross World Championships

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Evie Richards and Ben Tulett delivered double gold for Great Britain on the first day of the Cyclocross World Championships as they won the under-23 women's and junior men's races respectively.

The first race of the championships saw first-year junior Ben Tulett take victory in the junior men's race to give Great Britain their second rainbow jersey in the event in as many years.

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