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Matteo Trentin retakes OVO Energy Tour of Britain lead after Wirral stage

Dylan Groenewegen made it three wins in five days at the 2019 OVO Energy Tour of Britain as he sprinted to win the race’s first-ever Wirral stage in Birkenhead Park on Wednesday.

Published on: 11/09/2019

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Mathieu van der Poel wins in Kendal to take OVO Energy Tour of Britain lead

Mathieu van der Poel moved into the OVO Energy Tour of Britain lead on Wednesday after winning stage four from Gateshead atop Kendal’s famed Beast Banks climb.

Published on: 11/09/2019

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Dylan Groenewegen wins North of Tyne OVO Energy Tour of Britain stage

Dutchman Dylan Groenewegen made light work of an uphill finish to sprint to his second stage victory on this year’s OVO Energy Tour of Britain

Published on: 09/09/2019

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Matteo Trentin wins Stage Two of OVO Energy Tour of Britain

Former European champion Matteo Trentin moved into the race lead of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain after sprinting to a dramatic victory in Kelso

Published on: 09/09/2019

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Dylan Groenewegen wins opening stage of OVO Energy Tour of Britain

Dutchman Dylan Groenewegen returned to the OVO Energy Tour of Britain in style on Saturday, winning the opening stage of the 2019 race between Glasgow and Kirkcudbright in Scotland.

Published on: 09/09/2019

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Great Britain Cycling Team join the world's leading teams in return to the OVO Energy Tour of Britain

20 teams are confirmed for this September’s OVO Energy Tour of Britain, the UK’s biggest and most prestigious cycle race.

Published on: 06/08/2019

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Worcestershire individual time trial stage unveiled for 2019 OVO Energy Tour of Britain

The world’s best riders will tackle a 14.5-kilometre (nine mile) individual time trial that starts and finishes in the market town of Pershore.

Published on: 16/07/2019

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2019 OVO Energy Women's Tour route confirmed

Boasting a roll call of former champions including the likes of British world champion Lizzie Deignan, the Women’s Tour expands from five to six days in 2019.

Published on: 18/04/2019

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