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Cycling | International Cycling

'Cycling no longer the black sheep'
With scandal after scandal rocking the world of sport, cycling is shedding its image as the black sheep because of its changing culture, Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme believes. Read full article
Brailsford defends Wiggins's record
Dave Brailsford has insisted British cycling great Bradley Wiggins did nothing wrong in receiving a therapeutic use exemption (TUE) for otherwise banned drugs. Read full article
Wiggins rival says drug story 'stinks'
One of Bradley Wiggins's major rivals said on Sunday the drug situation surrounding the British cycling great "stinks". Read full article
Terpstra wins Eneco Tour
Dutch rider Niki Terpstra won the Eneco Tour after taking second to Edvald Boasson Hagen in Sunday's seventh and final stage. Read full article
Wiggins denies seeking 'unfair advantage'
British cyclist Bradley Wiggins has defended his use of banned substances under medical exemption rules, saying he was not looking for "unfair advantage". Read full article
Pibernik wins Eneco sixth stage
Luka Pibernik of the Lampre team won the sixth stage of the Eneco Tour on Saturday, beating Englishman Mark McNally and Belgium's Bert Van Lerberghe in a sprint at Lanaken. Read full article
Dennis reclaims Eneco lead
Australian rider Rohan Dennis reclaimed the overall Eneco Tour race lead on Friday after his BMC Racing team won the fifth stage team time-trial. Read full article
Sagan takes Eneco lead
World champion Peter Sagan won his second straight stage on Thursday to take the overall lead at the Eneco Tour. Read full article
Sagan wins to close on Eneco lead
World champion Peter Sagan won a disorganised sprint finish to take third stage honours at the Eneco Tour on Wednesday and close in on the race lead. Read full article
Cavendish heads British hopes
British sprint ace Mark Cavendish and controversial women's world road race champion Lizzie (formerly Armitstead) Deignan will lead their respective teams at next month's world championships. Read full article
Dennis wins stage, takes Eneco lead
Australian time-trial specialist Rohan Dennis took the Eneco Tour lead on Tuesday after winning the second stage race-against-the-clock. Read full article
Groenewegen sprints to Eneco Tour stage win
Dutchman Dylan Groenewegen held off the fast-finishing Frenchman, Nacer Bouhanni, to win the opening stage of the Eneco Tour on Monday. Read full article
Data leak boosts Froome, puts Wiggins in spotlight
Froome's credibility as triple TDF champion has only been boosted by the hacking of his private medical information, according to a South African physiologist who carried out tests on the Briton last year. Read full article
Wiggins stands by needles comments
British cycling great Bradley Wiggins defended himself on Saturday after medical data leaks revealed that he used a banned steroid to treat allergies before three major races. Read full article
Contador joins Trek-Segafredo
Two-time Tour de France winner Alberto Contador will join US team Trek-Segafredo next year from current side Tinkoff as he targets a hat-trick in cycling's most prestigious race, the US team said on Thursday. Read full article
Sardinia start for 100th Giro
Giro d'Italia organisers on Wednesday promised a "truly special" 100th edition, which will start on the island of Sardinia following a 10-year hiatus next May. Read full article
Quintana signs new Movistar deal
Fresh from winning the Vuelta a Espana, Nairo Quintana extended his deal with Spanish team Movistar until 2019, team director Eusebio Unzue confirmed on Monday. Read full article
Five things we learned from the Vuelta
Colombia's Nairo Quintana edged out Tour de France winner Chris Froome to win the Vuelta a Espana on Sunday with Esteban Chaves third. Read full article
Quintana takes Vuelta spoils
Colombia's Nairo Quintana held off Tour de France champion Chris Froome to win the Vuelta a Espana in Sunday's traditional procession around Madrid. Read full article
Cummings completes victory in Britain
Steve Cummings safely navigated the final stage of the Tour of Britain to secure overall victory in the race in London on Sunday. Read full article
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