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Contador crashes, Van Genechten wins
Jonas van Genechten timed his sprint perfectly to win stage seven of the Vuelta a Espana, the biggest triumph in his career, while Alberto Contador crashed in a chaotic finale on Friday. Read full article
Yates attacks to win Vuelta sixth stage
Briton Simon Yates powered away to a solo victory in stage six of the Tour of Spain on Thursday, a 163.2km ride from Monforte de Lemos to Luintra. Read full article
Kruijswijk out of Vuelta after crash
Dutch rider Steven Kruijswijk has withdrawn from the Vuelta a Espana after suffering a broken collarbone in a crash during Wednesday's fifth stage, his Lotto NL team confirmed. Read full article
Meersman wins stage, Atapuma leads
Belgium's Gianni Meersman won the fifth stage of the Tour of Spain on Wednesday, a 171.3 kilometre-ride from Viveiro and Lugo, with Colombian Darwin Atapuma retaining the leader's red jersey. Read full article
Calmejane claims Vuelta fourth stage
Frenchman Lilian Calmejane claimed his first ever professional stage win by breaking clear on a steep category two climb at the end the fourth stage of the Vuelta a Espana on Tuesday. Read full article
Geniez climbs to Vuelta third-stage win
France's Alexandre Geniez stormed to victory on stage three of the Vuelta a Espana on Monday as Ruben Fernandez moved into the overall lead. Read full article
Meersman takes Vuelta second stage
Belgium's Gianni Meersman claimed victory in a bunch sprint on the second stage of the Vuelta on Sunday. Read full article
Froome's Vuelta bid off to perfect start
Chris Froome's Team Sky came out on top in the opening-stage team time-trial on the Vuelta on Saturday. Read full article
Froome ready for Vuelta challenge
Britain's Chris Froome headlines a star-studded field, looking to become the first man to win the Tour de France and Vuelta a Espana in the same year since 1978. Read full article
Belgian Gilbert signs for Etixx
Belgium's former world road race champion Philippe Gilbert will join Etixx next season, the team announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Yates twins sign new contracts with ORICA
Simon Yates who served a four month suspension earlier this year received a much-needed morale boost on Tuesday when he signed a new two year contract with Australian outfit ORICA-Bike Exchange. Read full article
TT specialist Martin to join Katusha
Three-time world time-trial champion Tony Martin of Germany will ride for Katusha the next two seasons, the Russian team announced on Monday. Read full article
Froome spearheads Team Sky's Vuelta squad
Three-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome will lead Team Sky's line-up at the forthcoming Vuelta a Espana, the British outfit confirmed on Monday. Read full article
Contador wins Tour of Burgos title
Alberto Contador secured the Tour of Burgos title on Saturday after a second-place finish on the fifth and final stage in the mountains in northern Spain. Read full article
UCI WorldTour travels to new roads
The UCI has announced an expanded WorldTour calendar for 2017 that will see the series host premier level races in five countries, including Britain and the United States, for a first time. Read full article
Cadel Evans Australian race joins UCI WorldTour
Australia's only winner of the Tour de France Cadel Evans on Wednesday said he had achieved his vision for his namesake race in his "cycling backyard" with its placement on the UCI WorldTour racing calendar. Read full article
Former Giro winner Hesjedal to retire
Canadian Ryder Hesjedal will retire at the end of the season after a 18-year career, his team Trek announced on Monday. Read full article
Roche swaps Sky in favour of BMC
Irishman Nicolas Roche will leave Team Sky to join up with BMC for next season, the American outfit announced on Monday. Read full article
Sagan joins BORA for 2017
Slovakia's road race world champion Peter Sagan has signed for German team BORA-Hansgrohe on a three-year deal, starting in 2017, from Russian outfit Tinkoff, his new employers announced. Read full article
Manx Missile targets elusive Olympic medal
It's now or never for British cycling great Mark Cavendish in his goal to at last win an Olympic medal. Read full article
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