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Stuyven wins crash-hit Vuelta stage
Jasper Stuyven of Belgium claimed the biggest victory of his career when the Trek Factory Racing rider won a crash-marred eighth stage of the Vuelta on Saturday. Read full article
Froome loses ground in Vuelta stage
Tour de France champion Chris Froome lost ground in the first big mountain test on the Vuelta, suffering in the final ascent of the seventh stage won by Dutchman Bert-Jan Lindeman on Friday. Read full article
Chaves claims Vuelta sixth stage
Esteban Chaves recaptured the lead from Dutchman Tom Dumoulin at the Tour of Spain when he surged clear to win Thursday's sixth stage, a second victory of the race for the Colombian. Read full article
Ewan wins stage, Dumoulin leads
Caleb Ewan celebrated the biggest win of his career on Wednesday, the 21-year-old Australian claiming the fifth stage of Spain's Vuelta with Dutch rider Tom Dumoulin the new overall leader. Read full article
Valverde edges Sagan to win 4th stage
Spaniard Alejandro Valverde claimed victory on the fourth stage of Spain's Vuelta on Tuesday as Slovakia's Peter Sagan again had to settle for second place. Read full article
Sagan sprints to Vuelta stage win
Slovakian Peter Sagan claimed his first Grand Tour stage victory in two years on the third stage of the Spain's Vuelta on Monday. Read full article
Nibali defends Vuelta tow actions
Vincenzo Nibali has apologised after he was disqualified from Spain's Vuelta for being towed by his team car during Sunday's second stage. Read full article
Nibali disqualified from Vuelta for car tow
Three-time Grand Tour winner Vincenzo Nibali has been disqualified from Spain's Vuelta, race organisers confirmed on Sunday for being towed by his Astana team car during the second stage. Read full article
Greipel wins in Hamburg as Cav falls
German sprinter Andre Greipel, who won four stages on this year's Tour de France, survived a fall after just 10 kilometres to win Hamburg's Cyclassics race on Sunday. Read full article
Chaves grabs early Vuelta lead
Esteban Chaves snatched the early lead at the Tour of Spain when the Colombian Orica-GreenEdge rider surged clear at the death to win the mountainous second stage into Caminito del Rey on Sunday. Read full article
BMC team win Vuelta opening stage
American team BMC Racing claimed victory in a neutralized team time trial in the first stage of Spain's Vuelta on Saturday. Read full article
Vuelta first stage 'too dangerous'
Tour of Spain organisers announced on Friday that Saturday's first stage will not count towards the overall standings after criticism that the team time trial circuit was too dangerous. Read full article
Strong field threatens Froome's Vuelta bid
Chris Froome will face a star-studded field led by Colombian Nairo Quintana as he aims to become just the third rider to win the Tour de France and the Vuelta a Espana in the same year. Read full article
Caruso suspended after positive test
Giampaolo Caruso is out of the Tour of Spain after being provisionally suspended by the International Cycling Union (UCI) on Tuesday after a sample provided in 2012 was retested and found to contain EPO. Read full article
Froome begins physiological tests
Tour de France winner Chris Froome began a series of physiological tests on Monday designed to prove his achievements should not attract suspicion. Read full article
Thomas to join Froome in Sky's Vuelta team
Geraint Thomas will support Chris Froome's bid to add a maiden Vuelta a Espana title to his win at the Tour de France last month, Team Sky announced on Monday. Read full article
Wellens retains Tour of Benelux title
Tim Wellens retained the Tour of Benelux title after Sunday's seventh and final stage over 188.6 km from Sint-Pieters-Leeuw to Geraardsbergen in Belgium, with Italian Manuel Quinziato winning the stage. Read full article
Wellens takes control of Benelux
Belgian rider Tim Wellens of the Lotto-Soudal team grabbed the overall Tour of Benelux lead by winning Saturday's sixth stage over 208.6km from Heerlen in the Netherlands to Houffalize in Belgium. Read full article
Le Bon wins stage, Kelderman leads
French rider Johan Le Bon of the FDJ team won the fifth stage of the Tour of Benelux, the 179.6km ride from Riemst to Sittard-Geleen, on Friday. Read full article
Van Emden takes time trial and lead
Jos van Emden of the Netherlands won the fourth stage of the Tour of Benelux, a 13.9km time trial in the Dutch town of Hoogerheide, on Thursday to take the overall leader's white jersey. Read full article
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