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Kristoff wins first stage of De Panne
Norwegian rider Alexander Kristoff won the first stage of the Three Days of De Panne on Tuesday as he outsprinted Belgian duo Jens Debuschere and Stijn Devolder at the finish line in Sottegem. Read full article
Italy boss unhappy with UCI governance
The president of the Italian federation has expressed concern over the International Cycling Union's governance under new president Brian Cookson in the light of the Astana case. Read full article
Boonen targets Paris-Roubaix return
Belgian sprinter Tom Boonen, injured in a fall at the Paris-Nice race, has returned to training in the slim hope of competing in the Paris-Roubaix classic next month. Read full article
Wiggins to tackle Three Days of De Panne
Britain's world and Olympic timetrial champion Bradley Wiggins will ride for Team Sky at the Three Days of De Panne race this week. Read full article
Astana's fate not sealed yet
Astana are expecting to learn whether they retain their World Tour (elite) licence in about two weeks, a source within the Kakazh-funded team told Reuters on Monday. Read full article
Thomas in driving seat ahead of Classics
Commonwealth Games champion Geraint Thomas will find himself a marked man over the next two weeks as the peloton tackles the Tour of Flanders on Sunday and then Paris-Roubaix a week later. Read full article
Riis leaves Tinkoff-Saxo after contract terminated
Tinkoff-Saxo team manager Bjarne Riis has left the cycling outfit after an agreement was reached with owner Oleg Tinkov to terminate his contract, Tinkoff Sport said on Sunday. Read full article
Italian veteran Paolini wins Gent-Wevelgem
Italian veteran Luca Paolini timed his attack to perfection to take victory at the one-day cobbled classic race Gent-Wevelgem in Belgium on Sunday. Read full article
Porte triumphs at Tour of Catalonia
Australia's Richie Porte sealed victory at the Tour of Catalonia on Sunday despite Spaniard Alejandro Valverde winning his third stage of the seven-day race. Read full article
Chernetski wins stage, Porte retains lead
Russia's Sergei Chernetski claimed victory on the sixth stage of the Tour of Catalonia on Saturday as Australian Richie Porte maintained his overall lead. Read full article
Wiggins set for Gent-Wevelgem
Bradley Wiggins will compete for Team Sky in Sunday's Gent-Wevelgem sprint classic in Belgium, the team announced. Read full article
Thomas wins E3, Cancellara out
Geraint Thomas came home alone to win the E3 Harelbeke in Belgium on Friday. Read full article
Valverde wins fifth stage, Porte leads
Spain's Alejandro Valverde claimed his second stage win in four days as Australian Richie Porte moved into the overall lead at the Tour of Catalonia on Friday. Read full article
Cancellara's Flanders campaign over
Fabian Cancellara was ruled out of the Flanders campaign after the triple Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix champion fractured two lower back vertebraes in a crash at the GP E3-Harelbeke on Friday. Read full article
Van Garderen wins stage, De Clercq leads
American rider Tejay Van Garderen of the BMC team won Thursday's fourth stage of the Tour of Catalonia as Belgian Bart de Clerq took the overall leader's jersey. Read full article
Wallays upsets world champ at Dwars
Belgium's Jelle Wallays stole a march on world champion Michal Kwiatkowski to win the semi-classic Dwars door Vlaanderen one-day race in Waregem, Belgium, on Wednesday. Read full article
Pozzovivo takes stage; Rolland leads
Italian Domenico Pozzovivo won the third stage of the Tour of Catalonia on Wednesday as France's Pierre Rolland took the overall lead. Read full article
Saxo urges Tinkoff to find Riis solution
Saxo Bank's CEO has urged the Tinkoff-Saxo cycling team to find a solution to the crisis which has seen Danish team manager and former Tour de France winner Bjarne Riis suspended. Read full article
Valverde takes Catalonia second stage
Spain's Alejandro Valverde won a sprint finish to claim the second stage of the Tour of Catalonia on Tuesday. Read full article
Cavendish to ride in London one-day classic
Multiple Tour de France stage winner Mark Cavendish will head the line-up at the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic in August, organisers of the 200km one-day race said on Tuesday. Read full article
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