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- Butt fumble: Cyclist in hot water over White House photo
Switzerland’s Nino Schurter faces potential reprimand after posting a photo to Instagram showing him and his colleagues dropping their pants in front of the White House..
- Para Cycling International will be a 'game changer' for disability sport, insist Yorkshire 2019 organsiers
Organisers of the Para-Cycling International in Yorkshire are hoping Saturday’s event that doubles up as a qualifying event for the Tokyo Paralympics will be a “game changer” for disability sport. The one-day event that is the first of its kind to run alongside the Road World Championships comprises.
- Olympic champion faces army reprimand for White House photo
Olympic cycling champion Nino Schurter faces being reprimanded by the Swiss Army after posting a photo on social media showing his bare bottom with the White House in the background. The army confirmed details reported in Swiss media that the 33-year-old racer faces a possible warning from his senior.
- 'Sod off, I’m passing you': Pioneering cyclist Eileen Cropper's amusing take on beating the men and fending off their advances
Women's Sport Social Embed This month's Women's Sport 12-page supplement will be out in print on Friday. From child prodigies to centenarians, we focus on the athletes defying age. As a starter for 10, here's Jeremy Wilson's interview with the colourful 84-year-old pioneering cyclist.
- Geraint Thomas targets time trial at UCI Road World Championships as Great Britain finalises its squad
Get unlimited access to all Telegraph Sport for £1 a week, including our unrivalled Rugby World Cup coverage Geraint Thomas will target the world time trial title at next week's UCI Road World Championships in Yorkshire, before later in the week also lining up in the men's road race. Despite.
- The Cycling Podcast – Vuelta a Espana 2019: Stage 21, Fuenlabrada to Madrid
In the final episode from the Vuelta a España we hear reactions to the race from a range of riders, from debutants Carl Fredrik Hagen and Will Barta, to Sepp Kuss, a stage winner and teammate to the overall winner, Sam Bewley, Willie Smit, Tim Declercq, Ben O’Connor, Dylan Teuns, Lawson Craddock and.
- Roglic flies high after winning Spanish Vuelta
Less than a decade ago, Primoz Roglic was flying through the air on a pair of skis with no thoughts of ever being earthbound on a bike. On Sunday the Slovenian claimed one of cycling's biggest prizes, winning the three-week Spanish Vuelta. Roglic only took up cycling in 2012 after he gave up on.
- Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal 2019 – full results and standings: Greg Van Avermaet claims his first win of year
Greg Van Avermaet took his first win of the year after the CCC rider outsprinted Diego Ulissi to the line at the end of Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal in Canada on Sunday. With the French duo of Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-Quick Step) and Benoît Cosnefroy (Ag2r-La Mondiale) gunning for the line from.
- Roglic rules the Vuelta in a first for Slovenia
Taciturn Primoz Roglic was overlooked by his team for the Tour de France but he had the last word when avoiding any final day mishap on the Vuelta a Espana's ceremonial ride into Madrid on Sunday to become the first Slovenian to win one of cycling's three Grand Tours. The former ski jump champion.
- Vuelta champion Roglic makes cycling history for Slovenia
Primoz Roglic avoided any final day mishap on the Vuelta a Espana's ceremonial ride into Madrid on Sunday to become the first Slovenian to win one of cycling's three Grand Tours. The former ski jump champion had assured victory on Saturday, only having to complete the 21st stage for the biggest.
- Vuelta a Espana 2019, stage 21 – full results and standings: Fabio Jakobsen wins in Madrid before Primoz Roglic is crowned king of Spain
Primoz Roglic was confirmed the winner of the 2019 Vuelta a España after completing Sunday's stage 21 into Madrid, becoming the first rider from Slovenia to win a grand tour. Roglic, 29, successfully defended his sizeable lead over second-placed Alejandro Valverde in the final stage of the 21-day.
- Primoz Roglic makes history as Jumbo-Visma rider become first Slovenian to win grand tour at Vuelta a Espana
Primoz Roglic made a slice of sporting history in Madrid on Sunday when the Jumbo-Visma rider became the first Slovenian to win one of cycling's three grand tours. Having arrived on the Costa Blanca a little over three weeks ago as overall favourite, the fact that the 29-year-old won the 74th edition.
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- F1 taking car safety lessons for 2020 from fatal F2 crash
The FIA will incorporate lessons from the Spa Formula 2 accident involving Anthoine Hubert and Juan Manuel Correa into next year's Formula 1 technical regulations, with further developments for 2021.
- Magnussen: Perez knows he was in the wrong in F1 Singapore GP clash
Kevin Magnussen thinks Formula 1 rival Sergio Perez knows he was at fault for their clash in Singapore Grand Prix practice and has rejected the suggestion he broke a gentleman's agreement.
- Video: Why Kubica's astonishing F1 comeback ultimately fell apart
The announcement that Robert Kubica will leave Williams at the end of the 2019 season ends the inspirational story of his Formula 1.
- Bottas: Mercedes F1 car not "100%" right after Singapore FP1 crash
Valtteri Bottas believes his Mercedes Formula 1 car was not "100%" in the Singapore Grand Prix's second Friday practice after it was rebuilt following a crash in the opening session.
- Perez: Magnussen breaking "gentleman's agreement" caused F1 clash
Sergio Perez believes Kevin Magnussen caused their incident in Singapore Grand Prix practice because he did not stick to a "gentleman's agreement" between Formula 1 drivers over on-track etiquette.
- Nico Hulkenberg not on Red Bull 2020 list and isn't Alfa's 'focus'
Hulk isn't on Red Bull's list and isn't Alfa's 'focus'Red Bull Formula 1 team boss Christian Horner says Nico Hulkenberg "isn't on our list" for 2020, while Alfa Romeo chief Frederic Vasseur called Antonio Giovinazzi his team's 'focus'.
- Singapore Grand Prix practice: Lewis Hamilton leads Max Verstappen
Lewis Hamilton beat Max Verstappen to fastest time by 0.184 seconds in the second Formula 1 free practice session for the Singapore Grand Prix.
- Renault wants time penalties instead of grid drops in Formula 1
Renault Formula 1 team boss Cyril Abiteboul says a time penalty served within or at the end of a race would be a better alternative to grid penalties.
- F1 outlines how ballast could work instead of engine grid penalties
Formula 1's exploration of alternatives to grid penalties has led to an outline of how ballast could be used instead, but the idea has been questioned by some drivers.
- Hamilton's Mercedes F1 team referred to stewards over fuel breach
Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes team has been referred to the stewards at the Singapore Grand Prix after the Formula 1 team was alleged to have broken the technical regulations.
- FIA insists on extra Formula 1 test amid 2020 Pirelli tyre dilemma
The FIA is pushing through a plan to add an extra 2020 Pirelli Formula 1 tyre test to this year's schedule - despite not having unanimous support from teams.
- Singapore F1 practice: Verstappen top; Bottas, Leclerc hit trouble
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen topped the opening Formula 1 free practice session for the Singapore Grand Prix, while Valtteri Bottas caused a red flag by crashing his Mercedes.
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