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Lobato sprints to Andalusia stage win
Spaniard Juan Jose Lobato won a tight sprint to clinch stage two of the Tour of Andalusia in southern Spain, while Alberto Contador retained his overall lead on Thursday. Read full article
Kristoff strikes again in Tour of Oman
Norway's in-form Alexander Kristoff, who picked up three stages last week in Qatar, came out on top in a sprint finish to Thursday's Tour of Oman third stage. Read full article
France win men's team sprint, NZ DQ
France won the men's team sprint title at the World Track Cycling Championships near Paris on Wednesday after New Zealand were disqualified. Read full article
Armstrong pleads guilty to careless driving
Lance Armstrong pleaded guilty to careless driving for hitting two parked cars with his SUV in Aspen, a crash his girlfriend originally tried to take the blame for, a prosecutor confirmed on Wednesday. Read full article
Moreno wins Ruta TT, Contador leads
Spain's Javi Moreno won the individual time trial in the second part of a split opening stage to the Ruta del Sol on Wednesday as his compatriot Alberto Contador claimed an early eight-second advantage. Read full article
Meersman wins Tour of Algarve opener
Belgium's Gianni Meersman, riding for Etixx-Quickstep, won the first stage of the Tour of Algarve on Wednesday in a sprint finish after a 166.7km ride from Lagos to Albufeira. Read full article
Cancellara leads Tour of Oman
Swiss veteran Fabian Cancellara, riding for Trek, won the second stage of the Tour of Oman, and also took the overall lead, following a 195.5km ride from Al Hazm Castle to Al Bustan on Wednesday. Read full article
Ligthart wins Ruta del Sol first stage
Dutchman Pim Ligthart claimed a crash affected first stage of the Ruta del Sol in a sprint finish ahead of Portugal's Fabio Silvestre and Slovenian Grega Bole on Wednesday. Read full article
Guardini strikes first in Oman
Italy's Andrea Guardini (Astana) sprinted to victory on Tuesday's opening stage of the 2015 Tour of Oman. Read full article
Kwiatkowski aims for Algarve brace
Poland's Michal Kwiatkowski (Etixx-QuickStep), the 2014 world road race champion, heads to the south of Portugal on Wednesday to defend his Tour of the Algarve title. Read full article
Armstrong must pay $10m after arbitration loss
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong, who was stripped of seven Tour de France titles for doping, must pay $10 million (R116 million) after losing an arbitration dispute with SCA Promotions. Read full article
Tour of Oman ideal test for TDF build-up
Ten days after his season opening race in Dubai, Italy's Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali returns to the peloton on Tuesday and a tougher test in the Tour of Oman. Read full article
Contador to retire after 2016 season
Spain's two-time Tour de France winner Alberto Contador said on Monday that he plans to retire from cycling after the 2016 season. Read full article
Cavendish claims Almeria classic win
Mark Cavendish continued his flying start to the season as he sprinted to victory in the Almeria classic on Sunday. Read full article
Terpstra wins Tour of Qatar
Dutch rider Niki Terpstra claimed his second straight Tour of Qatar title on Friday after the sixth and final stage which was won by Ireland's Sam Bennett. Read full article
Quintana set for Tirreno-Adriatico return
Tour of Italy winner Nairo Quintana will compete in the Tirreno-Adriatico cycling race from March 11, his Moviestar team confirmed on Friday. Read full article
Kristoff makes it three, Terpstra leads
Norway's Alexander Kristoff was on the mark for the third time in the Tour of Qatar, claiming Thursday's fifth stage. Read full article
Kristoff at the double, Terpstra leads
Dutch rider Niki Terpstra of the Etixx team retained the leader's gold jersey of the Tour of Qatar after Wednesday's fourth stage was won by Norwegian Alexander Kristoff, the Katusha cyclist's second success. Read full article
Usada chief rejects Lance 'witch-hunt' claim
The US anti-doping chief on Wednesday dismissed accusations of a "witch hunt" against Lance Armstrong and said he was delighted with reforms aimed at cleaning up cycling. Read full article
Wiggins ponders life after the road
Former Tour de France winner and world time-trial champion Bradley Wiggins is enjoying his final days as a road racer, as the ongoing Tour of Qatar, serves as a warmup for a final crack at the Paris-Roubaix. Read full article
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