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Cycling | International Cycling

Wiggins could race on in 2017
British Cycling is keeping the door open for Bradley Wiggins to continue racing in 2017 as the five-time Olympic champion and Tour de France winner considers his future. Read full article
Froome to kick off 2017 in Australia
Three-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome will launch his 2017 season in Australia, announcing on Thursday he will compete in the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race and the Herald Sun Tour. Read full article
Bobridge retires due to arthritis
Australia's triple world champion Jack Bobridge has retired from professional cycling at the age of 27 as he struggles to cope with rheumatoid arthritis. Read full article
Teams reduced to eight for Grand Tours
Teams in the Grand Tours and several other key races will have one less rider from next season in order to improve safety and enhance the spectacle for fans, race organisers said on Friday. Read full article
Landa targets first Giro win for Team Sky
Mikel Landa is gearing up for a big year in which he hopes to lead his team to their first success in the Giro d'Italia. Read full article
Riis buys into Danish cycling team
Bjarne Riis and Lars Seier Christensen, co-owner of online forex brokerage Saxo Bank, have become part of the group of owners of the Danish third-tier cycling team Team Virtu Pro-Veloconcept. Read full article
Sagan wins Saitama Criterium
Two-time world champion Peter Sagan clinched the Saitama Criterium on Saturday in a tight sprint finish, edging three-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome into third place. Read full article
Get tough on medical exemptions - Froome
Chris Froome has called for tighter rules on medical exemptions in cycling after British anti-doping officials launched an investigation into former Sky teammate Bradley Wiggins. Read full article
Italy's Rosa joins Sky
Italian rider Diego Rosa has joined Team Sky on a three-year deal, the British team announced on Thursday. Read full article
Nibali challenges Froome to Giro
Vincenzo Nibali threw down the gauntlet to Tour de France champion Chris Froome on Tuesday, challenging the Briton to ride next year's centenary Giro d'Italia. Read full article
100th Giro to be a mountainous affair
The 100th edition of the Giro d'Italia promises to be another mountainous affair as riders will need to climb the Stelvio pass twice during a gruelling 16th stage in the third week. Read full article
British cycling chief to step down
Ian Drake is to step down as chief executive of British Cycling after seven years at the helm in April next year he announced on Friday. Read full article
Movistar idol Valverde pens new deal
Spanish veteran cyclist Alejandro Valverde on Thursday signed a new deal with Movistar keeping the former Vuelta a Espana winner at the team until 2019. Read full article
Froome 'surprised' by Wiggins TUEs
Chris Froome said on Tuesday he was "surprised" by doping revelations concerning Bradley Wiggins, saying he did not know if his British rival was operating in a "grey area". Read full article
Team Sky boss rues 'stupid' handling of team crisis
Team Sky boss David Brailsford has said his handling of allegations of wrongdoings within British Cycling amid an anti-doping investigation was "stupid" Read full article
Sagan retains world title, Cav second
Peter Sagan retained his world road race title in an exciting sprint finish in Doha on Sunday, edging Britain's Mark Cavendish into second. Read full article
Meares calls time on stellar career
Anna Meares called time on her stellar cycling career on Sunday which at one stage threatened to leave her in a wheelchair after breaking her neck in a horrific track crash eight years ago. Read full article
Heat, lack of fans overshadow worlds
Fierce heat and sparse crowds have overshadowed the first world road race championships to be hosted in the Middle East as riders act as guinea pigs. Read full article
Dideriksen wins world road race
Denmark's Amalie Dideriksen was the surprise winner of the women's road race event at the world championships in Qatar on Saturday. Read full article
Cav, Sagan ready for road race battle
For the first time since 2011 the road race world championship course in Doha on Sunday is best suited for sprinters, which inevitably means Britain's Mark Cavendish is considered a favourite. Read full article
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