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Green appointed CEO of Cycling Australia
Olympic rowing gold medalist Nick Green has been appointed chief executive of Cycling Australia, continuing an administrative makeover of the heavily indebted organization. Read full article
Czechs clear Kreuziger of doping
The Czech Olympic Committee has cleared Tinkoff-Saxo rider Roman Kreuziger of any violation of anti-doping regulations, the cycling team said on Monday. Read full article
BMC upset favourites to take title
BMC led by American star Tejay Van Garderen upset the favourites including reigning champions Omega-Pharma Quick-Step to win the men's team time trial world title in Ponferrada on Sunday. Read full article
Time running out for Valverde to land big one
Alejandro Valverde will have his work cut out if he is to end years of near misses and finally land the world title on home soil next week. Read full article
Froome leads British assault on Ponferrada
Former Tour de France champions Chris Froome and Bradley Wiggins were named in the Great Britain team for the Road World Championships in Spain that was announced on Wednesday. Read full article
Valverde spearheads Spain squad
Fresh from finishing third at the Tour of Spain, Alejandro Valverde will lead Spain's quest for glory on home soil at the World Cycling Championships in Ponferrada. Read full article
Degenkolb confident for World Champs
German sprinter John Degenkolb, who recently won the green jersey as points leader on the Tour of Spain, has been hospitalised in Frankfurt with a fever, his manager Jorg Werner revealed. Read full article
Ulissi suspended again after positive test
Diego Ulissi was provisionally suspended by his Lampre team on Tuesday for the second time after disciplinary proceedings were opened against the Italian rider who failed a dope test at the Giro d'Italia. Read full article
Valverde extends deal with Movistar
Spanish cyclist Alejandro Valverde has celebrated his third place finish in the Tour of Spain by signing a new three-year deal with Movistar on Tuesday. Read full article
Australia seek Evans successor
Tour de France winner Cadel Evans may not have made up his mind about whether to wrap up his professional career but Australian cycling is already wrestling with the problem of how to replace him. Read full article
Australian cycling shaken up
Cash-strapped national governing body Cycling Australia has had a board shake-out and will receive a A$2 million loan to help lift the sport out of its financial struggles, officials said on Tuesday. Read full article
Successful Vuelta a Espana debut for MTN-Qhubeka
Adriano Malori (Movistar) won the final 10km TT stage of the Vuelta a Espana. Jesse Sergent (Trek Factory Racing) was 2nd and Rohan Dennis (BMC Racing) placed 3rd on the stage. Read full article
Contador's victory sets up thrilling 2015 tour
Alberto Contador's Vuelta a Espana victory was not just significant for this season but also helps to set up a potentially thrilling 2015 Tour de France. Read full article
Contador seals his third Vuelta triumph
Local favourite Alberto Contador wrapped up his third Tour of Spain triumph when he comfortably held on to his overall lead in the final stage time trial in a rain-soaked Santiago de Compostela on Sunday. Read full article
Van Baarle claims Tour of Britain win
Dutchman Dylan van Baarle won the Tour of Britain title after a trouble-free final stage through the streets of London on Sunday. Read full article
Contador rules out World Champs tilt
Tour of Spain leader Alberto Contador has ruled out competing at the World Championships in his home country a week from now despite being picked for the Spanish team. Read full article
Contador poised for glory after stage win
Alberto Contador was poised to win the Tour of Spain for the third time after taking the penultimate stage with a late surge on Saturday. Read full article
Van Baarle grabs Tour of Britain lead
Dutchman Dylan van Baarle snatched the Tour of Britain yellow jersey on the penultimate stage won by Belgium's Julien Vermote on Saturday in Brighton. Read full article
Rabottini out of worlds after failed test
Italian Matteo Rabottini will miss this month's world championships after he tested positive for the banned blood-booster erythropoietin (EPO) and was suspended provisionally. Read full article
Pardilla maintains GC position
Adam Hansen (Lotto Belisol) soloed to victory during the 19th Tour of Spain stage after attacking in the final 5kms of the stage. Read full article
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