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Gavazzi fails third cocaine test
Italian cyclist Mattia Gavazzi could face a lifetime ban after he tested positive for cocaine for the third time in his career, the International Cycling Union said on Tuesday. Read full article
Viviani hit by motorbike on Paris-Roubaix
Italian rider Elia Viviani was taken to a hospital for checks after his bike was hit by a race motorbike during the Paris-Roubaix classic on Sunday, Team Sky said. Read full article
Hayman apologises to Boonen for win
Paris-Roubaix winner Mathew Hayman admitted he had been hoping rival Tom Boonen would win the one-day classic race for a record fifth time. Read full article
Australian Hayman wins Paris-Roubaix
Mathew Hayman made light of his 37 years to win the prestigious Paris-Roubaix one-day classic on Sunday. Read full article
Contador ditches retirement plans
Two-time Tour de France champion Alberto Contador admitted he has put his plan to retire on hold after claiming his fourth Tour of the Basque Country on Saturday. Read full article
Cancellara plays down battle v Sagan
Fabian Cancellara insisted on Saturday that Sunday's prestigious Paris-Roubaix one-day classic would not be a two-way battle between him and Peter Sagan. Read full article
Cavendish plays down Paris-Roubaix expectation
Mark Cavendish may be widely regarded as one of the greatest sprinters of all time but he said on Saturday he is happy to play a team role at Sunday's Paris-Roubaix one-day classic. Read full article
Gilbert attacked by drunk driver
Former world champion Philippe Gilbert suffered a fractured finger after being attacked by a drunk driver during a training run, his BMC Racing team said on Friday. Read full article
Rosa wins Basque fifth stage
Italy's Diego Rosa claimed the fifth stage of the Tour of the Basque Country on Friday as Colombia's Sergio Henao moved into the overall lead ahead of Saturday's concluding time-trial. Read full article
Rain risks making Paris-Roubaix treacherous
Expected rain on Saturday could make some of the cobbled sections on Sunday's Paris-Roubaix one-day classic slippery, according to a French meteorologist. Read full article
Sanchez clinches Basque fourth stage
Samuel Sanchez shrugged off his 38 years to win the fourth stage of the Tour of the Basque Country on Thursday after a thrilling tussle on the climb to Orio which left Wilco Kelderman in the overall lead. Read full article
Demare misses Paris-Roubaix classic
Milan-SanRemo winner Arnaud Demare has lost his race against time to be fit for Sunday's classic Paris-Roubaix race his FDJ team said on Thursday. Read full article
Cummings surges to Basque stage win
Britain's Steve Cummings timed his break for the line perfectly to claim the 193.5km third stage of the Tour of the Basque Country from Vitoria to Lesaka on Wednesday. Read full article
Landa claims Basque second stage
Spaniard Mikel Landa won the second stage of the Tour of the Basque country on home soil on Tuesday to claim the overall lead by a second from Dutch rider Wilco Kelderman. Read full article
Paris-Roubaix changes race time
Organisers of the Paris-Roubaix classic said on Tuesday they have changed the times of the race to avoid last year's fiasco where riders passed through a railway crossing after the barriers had come down. Read full article
Leon Sanchez wins Basque first stage
Spain's Luis Leon Sanchez won the 144km opening stage of the Tour of the Basque Country on Monday ahead of compatriot Dani Navarro. Read full article
World champ Sagan wins Tour of Flanders
World champion Peter Sagan claimed his first 'Monument' with victory at the Tour of Flanders on Sunday. Read full article
'No strategy needed for Flanders'
World champion Peter Sagan believes tactics will play no part in Sunday's 100th edition of the prestigious Tour of Flanders. Read full article
Westra snatches Three Days of De Panne victory
Dutchman Lieuwe Westra won the Three Days of De Panne on Thursday, beating defending champion Alexander Kristoff by 13 seconds overall. Read full article
Cycling champion Hoy to race at Le Mans
Six-time Olympic cycling champion Chris Hoy will continue his involvement in motorsport by driving in this year's Le Mans 24 hour race, it was announced on Thursday. Read full article
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