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Wednesday, Aug 24th

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Five stages and cities confirmed for 2016

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The 3th edition of the Colourful Yunnan Granfondo Cycling Festival has been officially announced by the regional authorities to take place from 6 to 12 November. The event will again host stages in Kunming, Yuxi, Chuxiong, Dali and Lijiang, albeit with some modifications here and there.

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Granfondo Yunnan 2016: 6 to 12 November

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The 2016 edition of the Colourful Yunnan Cycling Festival will be held between 6 and 12 November. The stage event will again commence in the greater Kunming area, and finish in Lijiang.

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Follow-up statement on the 'Dali crash'

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Nordic Ways would like to issue a follow-up statement on the 'Dali crash' in response to recent media reports.

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Miga dots the i on Jade Dragon Snow Mountain

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After a relatively uneventful ride of 100km in Lijiang, the yellow jersey of Myagmarsuren Baasankhuu was shining bright on Jade Dragon Snow Mountain as the 24-year-old Mongolian outsprinted three Yunnan Development Team riders. The locals were visibly unhappy of not being able to shake 'Miga' off, but they will learn from the tactical mistakes they made. Enkhjargal Tuvshinjargal was also not to be beaten in this stage.

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GC before final stage in Lijiang

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After a welcome rest day, the 2015 Colourful Yunnan Granfondo will reach its conclusion in Lijiang on Saturday. Given the nature of the course, a flat beginning but a mountainous finish, the race for the GC is still open for the men's.

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Statement Nordic Ways on Dali crash

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Please read the official statement by Nordic Ways on the crash incident at the finish of stage 4 in Dali.

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Tuvshinjargal takes Dali but men's race neutralised

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After an otherwise fantastic day on the bike, the 4th stage of the Colourful Yunnan Granfondo Cycling Festival in Dali ended on a sad note as inadequate marshaling led the leading group of riders onto a wrong lane of the finish street. The subsequent confusion resulted in a collision between riders, which forced the race direction to declare the race a no contest.

 

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