American rider Connor Fields followed his World Cup time trial victory by taking first place in the BMX supercross final on Saturday in Argentina.
The U.S. Olympian led every lap he raced over the weekend, and finished the men's final in 32.008 seconds. Fields, from Henderson, Nev., edged Jelle Van Gorkom of the Netherlands and French rival Joris Daudet to win the second stop...
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Connor Fields of the United States won the time trial in the second round of the BMX World cup on Friday, while Britain's Shanaze Reade won the women's event.
Fields finished the course in Argentina in 31.892 seconds to beat out France's Joris Daudet, who clocked 31.993, and Sylvain Andre, who finished in 32.167.
Fields was third in the time trial at the season-opening...
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Britain's Mark Cavendish won the opening stage of the Giro d'Italia that was marred by a crash shortly before the finish on Saturday.
The main pack was split into two groups when riders went down with less than a mile to go in the 81-mile leg.
Cavendish, who rides for the Omega Pharma-Quick Step team, finished in 2 hours, 58 minutes, 38 seconds on the circuit in downtown...
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