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"Yara Kastelijn. 17 years old. Second-year junior in the mud… and she’s already one of the riders called to be a star in just a few seasons. Learning from the best CX-women in the Netherlands, one of the countries where cyclo-cross has a real importance, despite her age she already fights for a place in the Dutch National team to race World Cup races and the World Championship, which she did last year thanks to her great results in elite races. Before the start of the new cyclo-cross season, we spoke with this young Dutch talent, who tells us how she sees her second season in the elite, although she’s a junior yet."

Yara Kastelijn: “Last year I started a dream” - El Pelotón

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This week’s women’s cycling podcast - Dan describes it:

Hey team, what a huge week it’s been. Sarah and Dan are both on a bit of a comedown following all the action of worlds and, of course, the fact that there was some post-race polemica stuff. So, just to be fair, here’s a WARNING: This podcast may contain traces of rants (Sarah limits Dan to a maximum 5 minute rant, but he performs well in his race of truth, beating the clock with time to spare!). BUT we mostly talk about the Junior and Elite Women’s World Championship road races and a whole bunch of cool blogs, stories, videos and also the BMX Supercross World Cup at Chula Vista. Sarah also finally finds the ultimate justification for her default position of wanting everyone to win all the time. (1:15:34 MIN / 72.56 MB)

Click through to our blog for the links to everything we talked about this week, and more!

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Junior Women’s Road Race Highlights - 2014 Road World Championships, Ponferrada, Spain

1. Amalie Dideriksen, Den,
2. Sofia Bertizzolo, Ita
3. Agnieszka Skalniak, Pol

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Amalie Dideriksen, 2014 Junior World Cycling Champions

by 伟业 wei yuet

1.   Amalie Dideriksen, Denmark, 2:02:59
2.   Sofia Bertizzolo, Italy, s.t.
3.   Agnieszka Skalniak, Poland, s.t.
4.   Nikola Noskova, Czech Republic, s.t.
5.   Lisa Klein, Germany, s.t.
6.   Greta Richioud, France, s.t.
7.   Jeanne Korevaar, Netherlands, s.t.
8.   Jelena Eric, Serbia, s.t.
9.   Saartje Vandenbroucke, Netherlands, s.t.
10. Mathilde Cartal, France, s.t.

Full results

Gorgeous photos from the 2014 Junior Road Cycling Championships by Wei Yuet Wong

Amalie Dideriksen, 2014 Junior World Cycling Champions

by 伟业 wei yuet

1. Amalie Dideriksen, Denmark, 2:02:59
2. Sofia Bertizzolo, Italy, s.t.
3. Agnieszka Skalniak, Poland, s.t.
4. Nikola Noskova, Czech Republic, s.t.
5. Lisa Klein, Germany, s.t.
6. Greta Richioud, France, s.t.
7. Jeanne Korevaar, Netherlands, s.t.
8. Jelena Eric, Serbia, s.t.
9. Saartje Vandenbroucke, Netherlands, s.t.
10. Mathilde Cartal, France, s.t.

Full results

Gorgeous photos from the 2014 Junior Road Cycling Championships by Wei Yuet Wong

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Pernille Mathiesen, Junior Road Worlds by 伟业 wei yuet

Gorgeous photos from the 2014 Junior Road Cycling Championships by Wei Yuet Wong
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On the Worlds startline by 伟业 wei yuet

Gorgeous photos from the 2014 Junior Road Cycling Championships by Wei Yuet Wong
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All the videos I’ve found so far

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All the stuff from 2014 cross country and downhill worlds

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"The first champion to be crowned this weekend as the Aussie Junior, Tegan Molloy takes her first ever World Championship title. That medal will sit nicely next to her World Cup overall trophy too!" - via Hafjell World Championships 2014 | Finals Gallery | Dirt - click through for great photo gallery

"The first champion to be crowned this weekend as the Aussie Junior, Tegan Molloy takes her first ever World Championship title. That medal will sit nicely next to her World Cup overall trophy too!" - via Hafjell World Championships 2014 | Finals Gallery | Dirt - click through for great photo gallery

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"Not a huge number of Junior women, four to be more precise, but this girl, Tegan Molloy, has proven World Cup round after round that she can ride a bike. With recent pressure from a couple of upcoming French ladies, Tegan had to fend them off in her first place run today." - via Hafjell World Championships 2014 | Finals Gallery | Dirt - click through for more great photos

"Not a huge number of Junior women, four to be more precise, but this girl, Tegan Molloy, has proven World Cup round after round that she can ride a bike. With recent pressure from a couple of upcoming French ladies, Tegan had to fend them off in her first place run today." - via Hafjell World Championships 2014 | Finals Gallery | Dirt - click through for more great photos

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Junior Downhill MTB World Championships podium

via World Champs FINALS - 2014 - Hafjell Photo Epic- Day 5 - Pinkbike - click through for photo-esay

1.   Tegan Molloy, Australia, 0:04:16.816
2.   Viktoria Gimenez, France, + 06.225
3.   Marine Cabirou, France, + 28.314

Junior Downhill MTB World Championships podium

via World Champs FINALS - 2014 - Hafjell Photo Epic- Day 5 - Pinkbike - click through for photo-esay

1. Tegan Molloy, Australia, 0:04:16.816
2. Viktoria Gimenez, France, + 06.225
3. Marine Cabirou, France, + 28.314

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"Tegan Molloy backed up her Jr World Cup title with a World Championship title here in Norway." - via World Champs FINALS - 2014 - Hafjell Photo Epic- Day 5 - Pinkbike - click through for photo-essay

"Tegan Molloy backed up her Jr World Cup title with a World Championship title here in Norway." - via World Champs FINALS - 2014 - Hafjell Photo Epic- Day 5 - Pinkbike - click through for photo-essay

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"Proving once again she is the one to beat, France’s Marine Cabirou leads the Jr. Women by over 6 seconds." - via World Champs 2014 - Hafjell - Photo Epic- Day 3 - Pinkbike - click through for photo-essay

"Proving once again she is the one to beat, France’s Marine Cabirou leads the Jr. Women by over 6 seconds." - via World Champs 2014 - Hafjell - Photo Epic- Day 3 - Pinkbike - click through for photo-essay