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Cavendish wins Belgian semi-classic
Britain's former world champion Mark Cavendish won a sprint finish to claim the Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne semi-classic one-day race in Belgium on Sunday. Read full article
Stannard retains Het Nieuwsblad title
Briton Ian Stannard won the first classic one-day race of the season when he beat three Etixx-Quick Step riders in a tense finale to the Het Nieuwsblad in Brussels on Saturday. Read full article
UCI wants Astana stripped of licence
The UCI world cycling federation on Friday called for the withdrawal of the racing licence for the Astana team of Tour de France winner Vincenzo Nibali over doping accusations. Read full article
Argentine cyclist dies after race
Argentine former national track champion Sebastian Cancio has died two weeks after going into hospital suffering from dehydration and sun stroke after a race, local media reported on Monday. Read full article
Chinese team's bikes stolen in Paris
Three bicycles worth an estimated €27 000 belonging to the Chinese world track cycling team have been stolen from a hotel car park near Paris, according to French police. Read full article
Meares breaks record as France top medals table
Australian Anna Meares became the most successful woman ever at the track cycling world championships, while hosts France topped the medals table a year before the Olympic Games on Sunday. Read full article
Valls waltzes to Tour of Oman victory
Spanish climbing specialist Rafael Valls won the Tour of Oman on Sunday as Matthias Brandle of Austria clinched the sixth and final stage. Read full article
Bobridge on track for Rio Olympics
Jack Bobridge may have missed out on a second individual pursuit world title but the 25-year-old Australian insists he's on track for his main goal, the Rio Olympics in 2016. Read full article
Poor weather forces cancellation Oman stage
A sand storm has forced the organisers to shorten Saturday's fifth stage of the Tour of Oman. Read full article
Ershov takes men's points race world title
Russian Artur Ershov emerged victorious at the end of a bewildering 160 laps in the men's points race at the World Track Cycling Championships in France on Friday. Read full article
Thomas still leads after time-trial
Tony Martin of Germany won the third stage of the Tour of Algarve on Friday, a 19km individual time-trial. Read full article
Valls goes red on Green Mountain
Spain's Rafael Valls won Thursday's tough Tour of Oman fourth stage with a summit finish on the Green Mountain to take the overall lead. Read full article
Contador extends Andalusia lead
Alberto Contador took a firm grip of the Tour of Andalusia in Spain after easing to victory on the third stage on Friday to extend his overall lead over Chris Froome to 27 seconds. Read full article
Australia break WR to topple Britain
Australia's women's team pursuit squad smashed the world record in upsetting Britain at the World Track Cycling Championships in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines in France on Thursday. Read full article
Sky's Thomas takes Algarve lead
Britain's Geraint Thomas broke away to victory in stage two of the Tour of the Algarve in Lisbon, Portugal, on Thursday and took the overall race leader's yellow jersey. Read full article
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
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
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