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Sappi Scottburgh MTB backs Women’s Day celebrations
The coastal town of Scottburgh is set to become a hive of mountain biking adventure and festivities on Sunday 9 August as the 2015 edition of the popular Sappi Scottburgh MTB Race takes place. Read full article
Armstrong back on the TdF route
Disgraced American cyclist Lance Armstrong will be back on the Tour de France roads for a controversial charity ride Thursday, his first appearance since being stripped of his seven titles. Read full article
Sky boss would support night doping tests
Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford says he would back night-time dope tests for riders but fears cycling's biggest races may be decided by "sleep deprivation" rather than form should the measure be applied. Read full article
Sky to split with British Cycling after 2016
British Cycling's partnership with Sky will end in 2016 after eight years but the split will have no impact on pro cycling outfit Team Sky, the governing body said on Wednesday. Read full article
Morabito polishes French diamond ahead of Tour
Steve Morabito rode in the service of Lance Armstrong and Alberto Contador, and helped Cadel Evans in the Australian's successful Tour de France challenge in 2011. Read full article
Boasson Hagen takes emphatic victory
MTN-Qhubeka's Edvald Boasson Hagen won the Norwegian national road race title for the second time in his career on Sunday after an enthralling finale. Read full article
Sagan wins Slovak-Czech time trial title
Peter Sagan, better known on the international cycling scene for sprinting and classics, won the joint Slovak and Czech individual time trial title on Friday. Read full article
Froome says he missed drugs test this year
Former Tour de France champion Chris Froome has revealed he missed a drugs test earlier this year but blamed over-zealous hotel staff for the mishap. Read full article
Riis aware of doping on team
Bjarne Riis knew about widespread doping on the former Team CSC which he managed, according to a report released Tuesday by Denmark's anti-doping agency. Read full article
Spilak wins Tour of Switzerland
Slovenia's Simon Spilak produced a stunning final stage timetrial to snatch victory in the Tour of Switzerland on Sunday. Read full article
Contador seals Route du Sud title
Alberto Contador completed his expected victory at the four-day Route du Sud as Frenchman Bryan Coquard won Sunday's 166km final stage in a sprint finish. Read full article
Pinot keeps Switzerland lead
French rider Thibaut Pinot, of the FDJ team, remained in the lead of the Tour of Switzerland on Saturday after the eighth and penultimate stage won by Astana cyclist Alexey Lutsenko. Read full article
Contador beats Quintana in Route du Sud
Alberto Contador underlined his Tour de France potential in beating Nairo Quintana to win the third stage of the Route du Sud on Saturday. Read full article
Wiggins heads field for London-Surrey Classic
Bradley Wiggins, the 2012 Tour de France winner, will ride in the third Prudential Ride London-Surrey Classic cycle race on August 2. Read full article
Kristoff edges Sagan in stage win
Norwegian sprinter Alexander Kristoff of Katusha timed his run to perfection to pip Tinkoff-Saxo's Peter Sagan on the line in the seventh stage of the Tour of Switzerland on Friday. Read full article
Sagan wins Swiss sixth stage
Slovakia's Peter Sagan won the sixth stage of the Tour of Switzerland on Thursday as French rider Thibaut Pinot kept hold of the overall race lead. Read full article
Pinot takes yellow in Swiss Tour
Thibaut Pinot made a statement about his Tour de France credentials in winning Wednesday's fifth stage of the Tour of Switzerland to move into the race leader's yellow jersey. Read full article
Armitstead crashes after winning opener
Lizzie Armitstead crashed after winnning the first stage of the Women's Tour on home soil and was taken to hospital, the BBC reported on Wednesday. Read full article
Matthews takes stage, Dumoulin leads
Australia's Michael Matthews outsprinted Peter Sagan to take victory in the fourth stage of the Tour of Switzerland on Tuesday as Tom Dumoulin maintained his overall lead. Read full article
Sagan sprints to win, Dumoulin leads
Peter Sagan sprinted to victory on the shortened 117.3km third stage of the Tour of Switzerland on Monday as Tom Dumoulin maintained his overall lead. Read full article
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