Jon Dibben retires aged 26

onathan Dibben of Great Britain celebrates his gold medal after winning the final of the Mens Points Race
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Former points race world champion Jon Dibben has retired from professional cycling at the age of 26.

The British rider started his career on the track before switching to the road with Team Sky in 2017. He dropped down to the British domestic circuit with Madison Genesis in 2019 before returning to the WorldTour with Lotto Soudal this year. 

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