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Cycling | International Cycling

Degenkolb wins stage, Matthews leads
German rider John Degenkolb timed his final sprint perfectly to win a sunny fifth stage of the Spanish Vuelta on Wednesday. Read full article
Pardilla holds good position on fourth stage
Team MTN-Qhubeka's Sergio Pardilla finished the fourth stage of the Tour of Spain in 14th position. Read full article
Matthews leads, Degenkolb wins stage
Germany's John Degenkolb won the fourth stage of The Tour of Spain on Tuesday, a 164.7km ride from Mairena del Alcor to Cordoba, with Australian Michael Matthews retaining the overall leader's red jersey. Read full article
Matthews wins third stage, leads Vuelta
Michael Matthews claimed victory in the third stage of the Tour of Spain and the overall race lead as he prevailed in a sprint finish ahead of Irishman Dan Martin and Spaniard Joaquim Rodriguez on Monday. Read full article
Van Garderen wins title, Voigt retires
American Tejay Van Garderen completed his victory in the USA Pro Challenge Cycling race on Sunday while Alex Howes won the last stage and German star Jens Voigt ended his career. Read full article
Janse van Rensburg shows his strength
The second stage of the Vuelta a Espana saw a bunch sprint decide the outcome in San Fernando with Nacer Bouhanni ( claiming the first road stage victory on Sunday. Read full article
Bouhanni wins second stage of Vuelta
France's Nacer Bouhanni sprinted to victory in the 174.4km second stage of the Tour of Spain from Algeciras to San Fernando on Sunday. Read full article
Van Garderen stretches USA Pro Challenge lead
Tejay Van Garderen won the individual time trial at the USA Pro Challenge cycling race, stretching his overall lead to 92 seconds ahead of Sunday's final stage. Read full article
African underdogs impress at Vuelta
The start of Team MTN-Qhubeka's first ever grand tour could not have gone any better. While Movistar came home fastest to win the stage, Team MTN-Qhubeka blitzed home just 29 seconds down in 12th position. Read full article
Movistar take plaudits in team TT
Spaniard Jonathan Castroviejo crossed the line first to take the leader's red jersey as Movistar won the 12.6km team time trial on the opening day of the Tour of Spain on Saturday. Read full article
Didier wins stage, Tejay keeps lead
Luxembourg's Laurent Didier won Friday's fifth stage of the USA Pro Challenge cycling race, while American Tejay Van Garderen finished ninth to maintain his 20-second overall lead. Read full article
MTN-Qhubeka presented in Jerez
Team MTN-Qhubeka, Africa’s first ever cycling team to participate in a grand tour, was presented at the Tour of Spain team presentation in Jerez, Spain, on Friday. Read full article
Team MTN Qhubeka on Vuelta debut
Riders from Team MTN Qhubeka have shared their thoughts on making their La Vuelta a Espana debut. Read full article
Bronchitis rules Horner out of Vuelta
Reigning champion Chris Horner was pulled out of the Tour of Spain on Friday as treatment he was receiving for bronchitis was deemed a health risk by his Lampre-Merida team. Read full article
Froome seeks lift with Vuelta win
Chris Froome aims to put his Tour de France misery behind him with victory in the Vuelta a Espana but he faces stiff competition from a strong field led by Nairo Quintana. Read full article
Kreuziger appeal against ban turned down by CAS
Czech rider Roman Kreuziger's appeal against a provisional suspension for suspected doping has been dismissed by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), ruling him out of this month's Vuelta. Read full article
France to host 2015 track worlds
Cycling's governing body has awarded the 2015 Track World Championships to the new national velodrome in France. Read full article
Carpenter wins US Pro Challenge stage
Robin Carpenter won a mud marred stage two of the USA Pro Challenge on Tuesday, surviving several mountain challenges en route to the biggest victory of his young career. Read full article
Voeckler hit by car, out of Tour du Limousin
French Europcar rider Thomas Voeckler was struck by a car and appeared to injure his shoulder just before the start of the Tour du Limousin in Limoges on Tuesday. Read full article
Pinot limits his ambitious for Tour of Spain
Thibaut Pinot is playing down his chances of winning the Tour of Spain despite finishing third in this year's Tour de France and is targeting just a stage win in the last of the Grand Tours. Read full article
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