Mark Cavendish

Which team could sign Mark Cavendish for 2023?

Mark Cavendish is looking for a new two-year contract for 2023 and 2024, with the hope of riding the Tour de France at least one more time and having a chance at beating Eddy Merckx's stage win record. Cavendish turns 37 on Friday and is arguably the greatest sprinter of...
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Mark Cavendish: I want to continue my career for at least two more years

Mark Cavendish has outlined his intention to continue racing for at least two more seasons after his contract with QuickStep-AlphaVinyl expires at the end of this year. In an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport published on Thursday, Cavendish also said that he would be “prepared” for the Tour de France but added that he would accept the selection decision of his team.

Mark Cavendish on the transfer market as he looks to extend career

Mark Cavendish is on the transfer market as the British sprinter looks to extend his career and continue racing in 2023. The 37-year-old had expressed interested in a backroom staff role at QuickStep-AlphaVinyl during negotiations that eventually led to a one-year contract extension last winter. Thank you for reading 5...

Giro d'Italia: Mark Cavendish sprints to 16th career Giro stage win

Mark Cavendish made it two British wins in two days at the Giro d'Italia as he out-sprinted the peloton to win the third stage on Sunday in Hungary. The 36-year-old, riding the race for the first time since 2013, hit the front with 300m to go and held off Arnaud Demare and Fernando Gaviria to take his 16th Giro stage win.

Giro d'Italia: Mark Cavendish wins stage 3

Nine years since his last appearance at the Giro d’Italia, Mark Cavendish (QuickStep-AlphaVinyl) notched up his 16th stage victory at the Italian Grand Tour with a commanding sprint on stage 3. Thank you for reading 5 articles this month*. † after your trial you will be billed £4.99 $7.99...
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Mark Cavendish: I’ve never been the strongest or the fastest but I win

Mark Cavendish continued his Grand Tour renaissance at the Giro d'Italia on Sunday, picking up where he left off nine years ago with a formidable sprint victory. After returning to the Tour de France last year and defiantly racing to four stage wins, the 36-year-old looks like he could be on a similar trajectory at the Giro this year, winning the first sprint finish of the 2022 edition having won the final sprint in his last appearance in 2013. Like the Tour, it's a race he flourished in during the early part of his career, taking 15 stages in five appearances before this year.

Mark Cavendish: I’m old, but I’m still me

Nine years had passed since Mark Cavendish last won at the Giro d’Italia, but somehow it felt like very little had changed between Brescia and Balatonfüred (Lake Balaton). He is older now, of course, but the speed somehow remains intact. His epitaph was written several times over in the years since, too, but that has served only to keep stoking the flame. Cavendish burns as intensely as he ever did.