Golden wheels stolen from Italians

Golden wheels stolen from Italians

NSEcler theft in northern France: Italy’s national track bike team had a large portion of their gold racing bike stolen during the World Cup in Roubaix on Saturday night. The supplier reported on Instagram on Saturday. “We are shocked to hear that most bikes have been stolen,” it said.

Following the four-wheeler’s Olympic victory in Tokyo, Italian luxury brand Pinarello’s wheels have been painted gold and fitted with distinctive 3-D printed handlebars, which are of great importance to athletes. In the World Cup, which will run until Sunday, the Italians led the nation rankings on Saturday afternoon with a total of seven medals. Pinarello asked fans to help solve the theft.

German Femdom on Sprint

In the sprint finals, the German team had reason to rejoice: 24-year-old defending champion Emma Heinz took gold at Roubaix on Friday evening and thus her fifth title – at Berlin 2020 and Roubaix 2021 she competed in just five. Discipline so far. Team colleague and friend Lee Sophie Frederick made it to the finals of an impressive sprint show, but after two thrilling rounds, was forced to give up in the eagerly anticipated German duel.

Prior to this, Hinze had twice clearly defeated Olympic champion Kelsey Mitchell of Canada thus demonstrating his current top form. “It’s just fun,” said Hinze, who made a more relaxed impression than in Tokyo in the days of Roubaix, when media pressure and expectations were too high for him. On Sunday, Hinz also looks to defend his third title in Keirin and complete the next spectacular World Cup triple. As the defending champion in Saturday’s 500-meter time trial, Frederick is one of the favourites.

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