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Martin hopes for quick whiplash recovery
Ireland's Dan Martin said on Saturday he hopes his whiplash will have improved enough to allow him to challenge for victory at Sunday's Liege-Bastogne-Liege Ardennes Classic race. Read full article
Nibali focussed on Liege
Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali said he was focussed on Sunday's Liege-Bastogne-Liege one-day classic now that his Astana team had seen the threat of suspension lifted. Read full article
Mixed experiences for Tour contenders
Tour de France hopefuls Chris Froome, Vincenzo Nibali and Nairo Quintana enjoyed varying fortunes at the Fleche Wallonne one-day classic in Belgium. Read full article
Valverde wins third Fleche Wallonne
Spain's Alejandro Valverde won the Fleche Wallonne classic race for the third time, timing his effort to perfection in the final climb at the end of a 205.5km effort on Wednesday. Read full article
Armstrong risks angry Tour welcome
Disgraced champion Lance Armstrong will be risking an angry reception if he carries out his own Tour de France charity ride this year, the head of cycling's governing body has warned. Read full article
World champ in everyone's sights at Fleche
World champion Michal Kwiatkowski will be a marked man when the 205.5km Fleche Wallonne Ardennes Classic race gets underway on Wednesday. Read full article
Astana doping decision expected in days
An International Cycling Union (UCI) commission is expected to rule this week on whether the doping tainted Astana team should be stripped of its licence, UCI president Brian Cookson said on Monday. Read full article
Kwiatkowski upsets favourites in Amstel
World champion Michal Kwiatkowski of Poland outgunned the favourites to win the Amstel Gold Race, a 258km hilly one-day classic race, on Sunday. Read full article
Kwiatkowski main challenge to Gilbert
Reigning champion Philippe Gilbert faces stiff competition as he bids for a fourth victory in the Amstel Gold race on Sunday. Read full article
Van Avermaet to go on racing
Greg Van Avermaet will not be suspended by his team after the Belgian federation requested a two-year doping ban against the classics specialist, BMC Racing said on Thursday. Read full article
Wiggins targets cycling's 'holy grail'
Bradley Wiggins will attempt to add cycling's world hour record to his four Olympic gold medals and 2012 Tour de France title, he announced on Wednesday. Read full article
Boonen to ride first Giro
Classics specialist Tom Boonen will ride the Giro d'Italia for the first time next month, his Etixx-Quick Step team said on Tuesday. Read full article
French railways file complaint
The Paris-Roubaix riders who swerved around level crossing barriers on Sunday avoided disqualification but could face legal action after French railways SNCF filed a complaint on Monday. Read full article
Lanky Wiggins back to first love
Before returning to the track to fulfil another Olympic ambition, Bradley Wiggins wanted one more rocky ride on the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix. Read full article
Riders have near miss with TGV
Several riders had a near miss crossing a railway line after the safety barriers had come down during Sunday's Paris-Roubaix one-day classic cycle race. Read full article
Degenkolb, Kristoff herald changing of the guard
John Degenkolb's victory at Paris-Roubaix was perhaps more significant than just his historic Monument double. Read full article
Herrada takes Basque spring classic
Spain's Jose Herrada was victorious on home soil in the Amorebieta spring classic in the Basque Country on Sunday. Read full article
Rodriguez wins Tour of Basque Country
Spain's Joaquim Rodriguez claimed overall victory at the Tour of the Basque Country thanks to the second fastest time in Saturday's race-against-the-clock. Read full article
Thomas hoping to capitalise on Wiggins attention
Geraint Thomas said he was a marked man at last week's Tour of Flanders but hopes the attention on Bradley Wiggins at Sunday's Paris-Roubaix will help him. Read full article
Wiggins ready for last road hurrah
Bradley Wiggins is ready to give his all in the Paris-Roubaix on Sunday in what will be his last road race for Team Sky. Read full article
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