Meet the UCI World Cycling Centre athletes heading to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games! In the second episode, we sit down with thee BMX Racing athletes, Zoe Claessens (SUI), Sae Hatakeyama (JPN) and Yoshitaku Nagasako (JPN) Watch to learn more about their Olympic dreams.
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The competent authorities of the Netherlands have confirmed that both the Elite and Junior races for men and women at the 2021 UCI BMX World Championships shall go ahead as scheduled on 21 and 22 August in Papendal. However, due to the current pandemic (Covid-19) linked to the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), the Challenge races for amateurs will be cancelled.
Still an expected 300 participants will race for the 2021 Elite Men, Elite Women as well as the Junior Men and Junior Women World titles that come with the UCI rainbow jersey. No Amateur classes, no U23, and no Master classes will be on the program for 21/22 August 2021.
Few athletes have built a dynasty of dominance quite like Alise has over her career. She has earned her spot as the winningest rider of all time in BMX racing and still maintains the aggressive edge that inspired her nickname - "the Beast".