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- Shaming 90-year-old rider earns anti-doping a black eye
Sure enough, and despite USADA slipping its public announcement out on a Friday, news than an athlete so old had tested positive generated worldwide headlines..
- New Zealand's Bevin wins second Tour Down Under stage to lead
New Zealand time-trial champion Patrick Bevin swooped to take his first cycling World Tour stage and claim the overall lead in Australia's Tour Down Under on Wednesday. Bevin, 27, riding for the CCC Team, capitalised on confusion in the peloton sparked by a mass crash inside the final kilometre.
- Viviani wins opening Tour Down Under stage in brutal heat
Italy's Elia Viviani won a tight finish to take the opening stage of Australia's Tour Down Under in brutal temperatures in Adelaide on Tuesday. Deceuninck–Quick-Step's Viviani, the omnium gold medallist at the 2016 Rio Olympics and one of the world's leading sprinters, powered out of.
- Viviania wins 1st stage of Tour Down Under
Italy's Elia Viviani slipped through a tiny gap near the finish line to win the first stage of the Tour Down Under on Tuesday as riders faced the dual challenge of extreme heat and strong winds. Viviani was tucked back in the peloton, behind triple world champion Peter Sagan, as riders raced towards.
- Cycling: Former British Cycling doctor charged with ordering testosterone for athlete
Former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman faces a medical tribunal next month after being charged with ordering 30 sachets of banned substance Testogel for an athlete in 2011. Freeman, who was at the center of the so-called "jiffy bag saga" which rocked British Cycling, was.
- Ex-British cycling doc faces hearing over testosterone order
The former doctor of Team Sky and British Cycling will face a medical hearing on allegations he covered up an order of testosterone which was intended to help an athlete. Details published by the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service ahead of an upcoming hearing say Freeman is accused of making '.
- Impey chases back-to-back Tour Down Under titles in extreme heat
South Africa's Daryl Impey is bidding to become the first cyclist to win back-to-back titles at Australia's Tour Down Under as the race gets under way in sweltering conditions around Adelaide on Tuesday. Mitchelton-Scott's Impey won last year's UCI season-opening event on countback from.
- Anti-doping officials start work on copying lab data from Russia: RIA
Officials from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) have begun working with Russian experts on the process of obtaining data from Moscow's former anti-doping laboratory, Pavel Kolobkov, Russia's sports minister, said on Thursday, RIA reported. Russia had been due to hand over the data to WADA.
- USA Cycling hires New Balance boss DeMartini as its CEO
The past two leaders of USA Cycling participated at the sport's highest level, one of them racing in the prestigious Paris-Roubaix and the other winning a masters world championship. Rob DeMartini prepared for the job in the offices and board rooms of Proctor & Gamble. Derek Bouchard-Hall and Steve.
- Thomas, Froome target Tour de France in 2019
Geraint Thomas and Chris Froome, the current and former Tour de France champions, are planning to compete in the 2019 edition of the race..
- Froome, Thomas to skip Giro d'Italia and focus on Tour de France
Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas to skip the Giro d'Italia and focus on the Tour de France.
- Thomas, Froome target Tour de France in 2019
Geraint Thomas and Chris Froome, the current and former Tour de France champions, are planning to compete in the 2019 edition of the race in what could be Team Sky's final bid for cycling's biggest prize. Froome will not defend his Giro d'Italia title as targets a record-tying fifth win.
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- Niki Lauda released from Vienna hospital after flu admission
Triple Formula 1 world champion Niki Lauda has been released from hospital in Vienna, after being admitted earlier this year with a flu infection.
- Kevin Magnussen's 'wild' reputation is 'wrong' - Haas F1 team boss
Haas Formula 1 team principal Gunther Steiner does not understand why Kevin Magnussen has been tagged with a "wild" reputation or why people think he fades away over a season.
- Carlos Sainz Jr: My F1 evolution at Renault will help at McLaren
Carlos Sainz Jr reckons the evolution he underwent as a Formula 1 driver at Renault will help him at McLaren this season.
- Ferrari president denies talk of F1 team management 'rupture'
Ferrari president John Elkann has strongly refuted reports that the Formula 1 team faces further management upheaval and could even turn to former boss Stefano Domenicali for help.
- F1 2019 changes produced 'worst possible outcome' simulations
Formula 1's 2019 rules changes cost "a few seconds of lap time" and produced "the worst possible outcome" when the Racing Point team completed its first simulations.
- Mick Schumacher close to Ferrari F1 junior deal for 2019
Mick Schumacher, the son of seven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael, is close to confirming a deal to join Ferrari's young driver programme.
- Formula 1 2019 race start times announced
Formula 1 has revealed the full schedule for the 2019 season, which will stick to the slightly later start times introduced last year.
- Russell found it 'refreshing' to observe Hamilton's F1 work ethic
Williams Formula 1 rookie George Russell says he found it "refreshing" to watch Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes and discover his success is a result of an intense work ethic.
- Ferrari plans to run new 2019 F1 car before first pre-season test
Ferrari is planning to give its 2019 Formula 1 challenger its on-track debut the day before the start of pre-season testing.
- Red Bull F1 team has 'found a way' to reinvigorate Newey
Red Bull "found a way" to reinvigorate Adrian Newey's Formula 1 motivation and has been helped in part by the team's switch to Honda, says Helmut Marko.
- Toro Rosso willing to make more sacrifices to help Red Bull in 2019
Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost says his team is willing to take more Formula 1 grid penalties in 2019 in order to help Red Bull now both use Honda engines.
- Haas team boss says there's 'no point' staying in F1 without change
Haas team principal Gunther Steiner reckons there would be no point in him staying in Formula 1 longer-term if his squad never had a chance of challenging the top three.
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