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Bright Danish Performances at the Worlds

The Danish performance at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships 2019 in Pruszkow, Poland, has been great. And with 14 medals for Argon 18, the Worlds has been a blast! A solid landmark on the road to the Olympic podiums in Tokyo 2020.

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The Cycling Mechanic Aficionado

There is a mechanic behind every successful cycling team. The guy that makes it possible for the athlete to perform their very best. Meet Mads Severinsen, who is chief mechanic for the Danish Cycling Federation – a dedicated cycling aficionado.

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Dreaming About the Olympics

15 years old Albert Holm, son of former pro rider Brian Holm, is dreaming about the Olympics, to become pro and win the Paris-Roubaix. He is looking up to his idols, following them on Facebook and Instagram, and he occasionally trains side by side with some of them at the track in Ballerup Super Arena.

In this video you’ll meet Albert Holm on a regular and cold Thursday in January 2019, while he is training intervals at the track, preparing for the season to come. We are having a chat with Albert Holm about his training, dreams and the Olympics in Paris 2024. We are also meeting with Albert’s coach, Dion Åkerström, who is telling a little bit about what it takes to reach the Olympics.

This video is the first in a serial leading up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in Track Cycling, where Argon 18 will be strongly represented.

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Argon 18 Dominance in Ballerup

The 100km Madison Race in Ballerup Super Arena, December 28th, was a tuff battle until the very last round, where team no. 7 with Michael Mørkøv and Lasse Norman Hansen secured the victory in the last sprint.

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The Final World Cup Preparations

The last details are being sorted out before leaving for the Tissot UCI Track World Cup in London, with Mads Severinsen in the workshop and Lasse Normann on the bike at the track. A small step towards Tokyo 2020.

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The Prestigous Hour

Martin Toft Madsen is 3 times Danish champion on the time trial and is among the best in the world against the clock. Thursday, July 26th, Martin Toft Madsen made a brave assault on Sir Bradley Wiggins’ 54.526 kilometer UCI World Hour Record in Mexico – a prestigious and mysterious record, that only the toughest and most keen riders dare to challenge.

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