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Cycling | International

Cav eager to start racing before season's end
Sprint ace Mark Cavendish vowed on Monday to return to action before the end of the season to repay the faith his OMQS team has shown in him. Read full article
Armstrong met doping panel - attorney
Lance Armstrong talked for several hours with cycling investigators about doping in the sport's past, said an attorney for the American who was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles for doping. Read full article
Tiernan-Locke banned, fired by team
Sky Team principal Dave Brailsford feels personally "let down" after investing time and resources in British cyclist Jonathan Tiernan-Locke, who was suspended for two years and fired by the team. Read full article
'Contador Vuelta decision in two weeks'
A decision on whether Alberto Contador can take part in the Vuelta next month will be made in a couple of weeks, the Spaniard's sports director said on Wednesday. Read full article
Gerrans extends Orica stay
Australian champion Simon Gerrans has signed a three-year contract extension with Orica GreenEDGE, the team said on Tuesday. Read full article
UCI boss Cookson under fire again
Less than a year after taking over from Pat McQuaid in farcical circumstances, International Cycling Union (UCI) president Brian Cookson is facing a barrage of criticism over his handling of the governing body. Read full article
Retired Menchov banned for doping
Vuelta Espana winner Denis Menchov is serving a drugs ban, the International Cycling Union (UCI) revealed on Saturday. Read full article
UCI extends anti-doping agreement
The International Cycling Union (UCI) and the French Anti-Doping Agency (AFLD) will once again work hand in hand on the Tour de France, the sport's governing body said on Thursday. Read full article
Larsson suffers fractured vertebrae
Swedish rider Gustav Larsson has broken several vertebrae in a fall before the Swedish national time-trial championships, his IAM team confirmed on Friday. Read full article
Chavanel wins sixth French time-trial title
IAM rider Sylvain Chavanel won the French national time-trial title for a sixth time on Thursday, over 47.8km near his home town of Poitiers in west central France. Read full article
Sick Cavendish won't defend British title
Isle of Man sprint star Mark Cavendish said on Wednesday he will not defend his title at the British national road championships this weekend as he recovers from bronchitis. Read full article
Giro stage winner fails drugs test
Diego Ulissi failed a drugs test conducted during this year's Giro d'Italia for the banned substance salbutamol, his Lampre-Merida team said on Wednesday. Read full article
UCI to review special exemptions
The International Cycling Union is reviewing its procedure over therapeutic use exemptions after granting Tour de France winner Chris Froome the right to use a steroid-based drug in April. Read full article
Costa wins tour of Switzerland title
Portugal's Rui Costa won the Tour of Switzerland title for an unprecedented third time in a row on Sunday after riding to victory in the ninth and final stage. Read full article
Chaves takes mountain win, Martin builds Swiss lead
Esteban Chaves staged a late attack to win atop the summit finish in Verbier in Saturday's eighth stage of the Tour of Switzerland, while Tony Martin increased his overall lead going into Sunday's stage. Read full article
Martin wins stage to extend Swiss lead
Germany's Tony Martin won Friday's seventh stage time-trial to extend his overall race lead in the Tour of Switzerland. Read full article
Trettin wins stage, Martin keeps lead
Italy's Matteo Trentin won Thursday's sixth stage of the Tour of Switzerland on Thursday as his German teammate Tony Martin held the leader's yellow jersey. Read full article
Modolo sprints to Swiss stage win
Sacha Modolo stayed clear of a pile-up in the sprint to the finish line to win stage five of the Tour of Switzerland on Wednesday with Germany's Tony Martin once more retaining the overall lead. Read full article
Wiggins leaves Tour de Suisse with leg injury
Bradley Wiggins has withdrawn from the Tour de Suisse with bruising and swelling in his right thigh, a day after crashing during the fourth stage. Read full article
Cavendish sprints to Swiss victory, Martin keeps lead
Mark Cavendish stormed to victory as stage four of the Tour of Switzerland came down to a bunch sprint finish on Tuesday while Germany's Tony Martin retained the overall leader's yellow jersey. Read full article
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