Kopecky in the thick of the action in Brussels

The latest Belgian racing campaign continues for Team Novo Nordisk and the world’s first all-diabetes cycling team continues to make its presence felt. Matyas Kopecky led the team home in fourteenth place from a select group. Six riders made up the day’s main breakaway until another joined later. When they were brought back, the real…

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Big test awaits in Brussels Cycling Classic

Team Novo Nordisk will be looking to take the momentum from this week’s results at Circuit Franco-Belge when it lines up in the Brussels Cycling Classic on Sunday. In its latest Belgian adventure, great teamwork saw Matyas Kopecky finish eighth earlier in the week. The world’s first all-diabetes cycling team will face stiff competition as several World Tour teams line…

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Kopecky sprints to eighth in Circuit Franco-Belge

Team Novo Nordisk got its next big block of Belgian racing underway with a fine 8th place by Matyas Kopecky in Circuit Franco-Belge. As is more often than not, the race came down to a sprint finish from a very select group and the 21-year-old showed grit and determination to wedge himself into the group…

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Tour of Turkey ends with neutralization of final stage

The final stage of the Presidential Tour of Turkey was neutralized after rainy conditions made for slippery wet roads. The Istanbul stage was meant to be raced over 105.4 kilometres, but in a similar way to 2022, rain made for unsafe conditions and the decision was made for the peloton to ride a procession stage. Team Novo…

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Tour of Turkey’s Stage 7 hotly contested in a bunch sprint

The penultimate stage of this year’s Presidential Tour of Turkey played out in an expected bunch sprint in İzmir. With the stage only 125 kilometers long, it was always going to be a fast one and with a hotly contested breakaway. A break of two riders got away, gaining a maximum advantage of just over four minutes.…

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TNN face tough mountain test on Queen stage in Turkey

The peloton took on the toughest stage yet in this year’s Presidential Tour of Turkey when it raced the queen stage from Kuşadası and finishing on a mountaintop in Manisa. Unfortantely Team Novo Nordisk was dealt a blow early on when Matyas Kopecky didn’t start due to illness. Attention today was turned to the climbers,…

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Kopecky storms his way to a top 5 in Turkey

In a similar run in to last year, the finish town of Marmaris played host to a bunch sprint when the Presidential Tour of Turkey finished here earlier today. Matyas Kopecky continued his impressive season with a top 5 finish on the stage. The 21-year-old crossed the line fifth and was later promoted to fourth…

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