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  • With Yates' win at Vuelta, British domination is complete
    When Lance Armstrong won the last of his seven Tour de France titles back in 2005, there was not a single British rider on the starting line. The face of cycling has dramatically changed since..
  • 2019 Giro d'Italia to start in Bologna
    Milan (AFP) - The 2019 Giro d'Italia will begin with an 8.2km time-trial in Bologna, in the central Italian region of Emilia-Romagna, organisers announced on Monday..
  • Quick Step daredevil descent wins world team time-trial gold
    Belgian cycling outfit Quick Step capped a fabulous season by racing to gold in the world championships team time-trial on Sunday, fending off defending champions Sunweb by 18 seconds. Quick Step came over the final summit behind Sunweb but, led by big guns Bob Jungels, Yves Lampaert and Niki Terpstra.
  • Australian Porte out of cycling worlds
    Richie Porte on Saturday became the latest top rider to withdraw from next week's World Cycling Championships in Austria, the Australian citing a lack of training following a respiratory infection picked up on the Tour of Spain. Porte added: "Within the Cycling Australia team, we have decided.
  • Italy's Ballerini wins Memorial Marco Pantani
    Milan (AFP) - Italy's Davide Ballerini of the Androni-Sidermec team won the Memorial Marco Pantani race on Saturday ahead of next week's road world cycling championships in Austria..
  • Yates flies flag for Britain at cycling world championships
    Rising star Simon Yates, fresh from his victory in the Tour of Spain, will carry the baton for Britain at the cycling world championships at Innsbruck this week on an Alpine course that suits him better than Chris Froome or Geraint Thomas. Ten world champion rainbow jerseys are up for grabs at the eight-day.
  • Cycling teams representative says UCI taking them for granted
    Team bosses, race organizers and other stakeholders held a meeting in Madrid earlier this month in which they outlined their concerns ahead of reforms proposed by UCI president David Lappartient to be implemented by 2020. Top of the agenda was the UCI's push to reduce the WorldTour from 18 to 15.
  • Wiggins abandons 2020 Olympic rowing bid
    Five-time Olympic champion cyclist Bradley Wiggins has abandoned plans to bid to row for Britain at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. Wiggins previously floated the possibility of going to a sixth Olympics in Tokyo, when he will be 40, as a rower, although his lack of experience and the timeframe meant that.
  • 'Worst nightmare': Dutch rail collision kills 4 children
    Four young children from a Dutch daycare centre were killed on Thursday when a train smashed into their electric cart at a crossing, in an accident described as the "worst nightmare of any parent". Another child and the woman driving the vehicle were critically injured in the accident in Oss.
  • Yates would not have reigned in Spain with Team Sky, says Wiggins
    British rider Simon Yates would not have won the Tour of Spain had he chosen to pursue his career with cycling giants Team Sky, Bradley Wiggins said on Monday. Former Team Sky rider Wiggins believes Yates's decision to steer clear of one of the sport's most pre-eminent teams enabled him to storm.
  • Nibali, Aru make provisional Italy team for cycling worlds
    Milan (AFP) - Veteran Italian cycling stars Vincenzo Nibali and Fabio Aru have been selected for a provisional 12-man Italy team for the road race world championships in Austria this month..
  • Grand Tour sweep for Britain as Yates wins Spanish Vuelta
    Simon Yates won his first Grand Tour title after a largely ceremonial ride into Madrid in the final stage of the Spanish Vuelta on Sunday, giving British riders a sweep of the season's three biggest races. Yates' Vuelta title means Britain has swept the three Grand Tours. Geraint Thomas of.

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