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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

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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

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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

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"Cycling Sport Promotion is planning next season which promises several highlights, the second of which will be a junior event, which has been part of the Women’s World Cup for a few years now. In 2015 the junior race, which up until now has been a national event, will become international. So the “mini” World Cup as it was immediately nicknamed by managers, teams, fans and press, will achieve the highest recognition when it becomes the only international race in the world in the junior women’s category, excluding World and Continental Championships and the Olympics. The race will finish in Cittiglio, which has become Italy’s little capital of female cycling, thanks to the local administration and especially the Mayor, Fabrizio Anzani. The third Da Moreno trophy – the mini trofeo Alfredo Binda – will be awarded in Cittiglio on the morning of 29 March, during a tasty appetiser to the World Cup which will be held later in the day."

Pedale Rosa | Il “Trofeo Da Moreno” diventa internazionale, unico nel mondo per le Juniores

Really good news, as the Junior Trofeo Alfredo Binda will become a UCI-ranked event - the only one for the junior women!

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Stewart caps stellar Track Worlds with omnium gold - Cycling Australia
2014 Junior Track World Championships omnium results 1. Macey Stewart, Australia, 205 points 2. Martina Alzini, Italy, 205 3. Soline Lamboley, France, 181 4. Holly Edmondston, 158 5. Jesse Vandenbulcke, 145 6. Kristina Selina, Russia, 140 7. Nao Suzuki, Japan, 127 8. Ekaterina Knebeleva, Uzbekistan, 97 9. Ana Suarez, Ecuador, 97

Stewart caps stellar Track Worlds with omnium gold - Cycling Australia

2014 Junior Track World Championships omnium results
1. Macey Stewart, Australia, 205 points
2. Martina Alzini, Italy, 205
3. Soline Lamboley, France, 181
4. Holly Edmondston, 158
5. Jesse Vandenbulcke, 145
6. Kristina Selina, Russia, 140
7. Nao Suzuki, Japan, 127
8. Ekaterina Knebeleva, Uzbekistan, 97
9. Ana Suarez, Ecuador, 97

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Sprint podium, 2014 Junior Track World Championships

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1.   Courtney Field, Australia
2.   Tatiana Kiseleva, Russia
3.   Nicky Degrendele, Belgium
4.   Yeonhee Jang, Korea  
5.   Doreen Heinze, Germany
6.   Olivia Podmore, New Zealand
7.   Seulgi Choi, Korea
8.   Emma Hinze, Germany

Sprint podium, 2014 Junior Track World Championships

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1. Courtney Field, Australia
2. Tatiana Kiseleva, Russia
3. Nicky Degrendele, Belgium
4. Yeonhee Jang, Korea
5. Doreen Heinze, Germany
6. Olivia Podmore, New Zealand
7. Seulgi Choi, Korea
8. Emma Hinze, Germany

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Points race podium, 2014 Junior Track World Championships

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1.   Camila Valbuena, Colombia
2.   Yumi Kajihara, Japan
3.   Josie Talbot, Australia
4.   Rachele Barbieri, Italy
5.   Olga Okhrimenko, Russia
6.   Alina Lange, Germany
7.   Jesica Bonilla, Mexico
8.   Nina Wollaston, New Zealand
9.   Danielle Mullis, USA

Points race podium, 2014 Junior Track World Championships

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1. Camila Valbuena, Colombia
2. Yumi Kajihara, Japan
3. Josie Talbot, Australia
4. Rachele Barbieri, Italy
5. Olga Okhrimenko, Russia
6. Alina Lange, Germany
7. Jesica Bonilla, Mexico
8. Nina Wollaston, New Zealand
9. Danielle Mullis, USA

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Team Sprint podium - 2014 Junior Track World Championships

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1.   Germany (Doreen Heinze & Emma Hinze) 0:00:45.468
2.   Russia (Tatiana Kiseleva & Anna Kozinova) 45.742
3.   Korea (Choi Seulgi & Jang Yeonhee) 46.429
4.   Australia (Courtney Field & Sheridan Spark) 46.451
5.   Belgium (Nicky Degrendele & Catherine Wernimont)
6.   Italy (Elena Bissolati & Miriam Vece)
7.   New Zealand (Olivia Podmore & Kate Stewart)
8.   USA (Danielle Mullis & Julia Sante)

Team Sprint podium - 2014 Junior Track World Championships

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1. Germany (Doreen Heinze & Emma Hinze) 0:00:45.468
2. Russia (Tatiana Kiseleva & Anna Kozinova) 45.742
3. Korea (Choi Seulgi & Jang Yeonhee) 46.429
4. Australia (Courtney Field & Sheridan Spark) 46.451
5. Belgium (Nicky Degrendele & Catherine Wernimont)
6. Italy (Elena Bissolati & Miriam Vece)
7. New Zealand (Olivia Podmore & Kate Stewart)
8. USA (Danielle Mullis & Julia Sante)

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500m podium, 2014 Junior Track World Championships

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Full results

1.   Tatiana Kiseleva, Russia, 0:00:35.470
2.   Courtney Field, Australia, 35.569
3.   Emma Hinze, Germany, 35.662
4.   Yeonhee Jang, Korea, 36.019
5.   Seulgi Choi, Korea, 36.149
6.   Olivia Podmore, New Zealand, 36.295
7.   Doreen Heinze, Germany, 36.309
8.   Yuli Verdugo, Mexico, 36.700
9.   Miriam Vece, Italy, 36.769
10. Sheridan Spark, Australia, 36.811

500m podium, 2014 Junior Track World Championships

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Full results

1. Tatiana Kiseleva, Russia, 0:00:35.470
2. Courtney Field, Australia, 35.569
3. Emma Hinze, Germany, 35.662
4. Yeonhee Jang, Korea, 36.019
5. Seulgi Choi, Korea, 36.149
6. Olivia Podmore, New Zealand, 36.295
7. Doreen Heinze, Germany, 36.309
8. Yuli Verdugo, Mexico, 36.700
9. Miriam Vece, Italy, 36.769
10. Sheridan Spark, Australia, 36.811

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Lauren Perry and 2014 Junior Individual Pursuit World Champion Alexandra Manly

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Lauren Perry and 2014 Junior Individual Pursuit World Champion Alexandra Manly

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2014 Junior Track World Championships - Individual Pursuit podium

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1.   Alexandra Manly, Australia
2.   Lisa Klein, Germnay
3.   Lauren Perry, Australia
4.   Bryony Botha, New Zealand
5.   Hyesun Moon, Korea
6.   Daria Egorova, Russia
7.   Danielle McKinnirey, Australia
8.   Holly White, New Zealand
9.   Jesica Bonilla, Mexico
10. Kirsten Williams, USA

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2014 Junior Track World Championships - Individual Pursuit podium

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1. Alexandra Manly, Australia
2. Lisa Klein, Germnay
3. Lauren Perry, Australia
4. Bryony Botha, New Zealand
5. Hyesun Moon, Korea
6. Daria Egorova, Russia
7. Danielle McKinnirey, Australia
8. Holly White, New Zealand
9. Jesica Bonilla, Mexico
10. Kirsten Williams, USA

Full results

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2014 Junior Track World Championships - scratch podium
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1.   Amalie Dideriksen, Denmark3.   Josie Talbot, Australia4.   Michaela Ebert, Germany5.   Yao Chang, China Taipei6.   Yumi Kajihara, Japan7.   Danielle Mullis, USA8.   Jesica Bonilla, Mexico9.   Ekaterina Knebeleva, Uzbekistan10. Ana Suarez, Ecuador
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2014 Junior Track World Championships - scratch podium

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1.   Amalie Dideriksen, Denmark
3.   Josie Talbot, Australia
4.   Michaela Ebert, Germany
5.   Yao Chang, China Taipei
6.   Yumi Kajihara, Japan
7.   Danielle Mullis, USA
8.   Jesica Bonilla, Mexico
9.   Ekaterina Knebeleva, Uzbekistan
10. Ana Suarez, Ecuador

Full results