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  • Star Parade at the Cyprus Sunshine Cup 2018

    Star Parade at the Cyprus Sunshine Cup 2018

      Star parade at the Cyprus Sunshine Cup, with World and Olympic Champions The Cyprus Sunshine Cup is once again a playground for the World Elite of mountain bike racing. The 2012 Olympic Champion, Jaroslav Kulhavy, and 2017 World Championship bronze medalist, Thomas Litscher, will Read More
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Cyprus Sunshine Cup announces dates for 2016 | Afxentia celebrates 20th edition

afxentia 2015 stage4 xco women start
Cyprus Sunshine Cup confirms the edition 2016. The mountain bike series on the sunny Mediterranean island will appear in next years calendar with the same program as the year before. The dates and locations are fixed and the Afxentia stage race celebrates a jubilee.

Four days racing, two in Lefkara and one in Lythrodontas and finally in Macheras Mountains, sums up to the Afxentia stage race, which is already a kind of classic.

Start of Women Elite at Afxentia’s stage 4 (XCO) in 2015, featuring Annika Langvad (201) and Jolanda Neff (200).
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Final round in Amathous: Tempier and Schneitter triumph

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French train works well: Tempier triumphs
Schneitter chases to the victory

As expected the Frenchmen on a nice and sunny day were dominating the final round of Cyprus Sunshine Cup at ancient Amathous. Between the ruins Stephane Tempier grabbed todays victory as well as the overall in the Cup. He won the men’s race in front of team mate Maxime Marotte and Sebastian Carabin from Belgium. Nathalie Schneitter took a surprising win in women’s competition, letting Austrian Lisi Osl and Anne Terpstra from Netherlands behind her. The overall went also to Schneitter.

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