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Thomas wins Paris-Nice
Briton Geraint Thomas claimed his maiden Paris-Nice on Sunday after a nerve-tingling seventh and final stage won by Belgium's Tim Wellens. Read full article
Cancellara targets Classics minus Degenkolb
John Degenkolb's absence will slightly dampen the excitement building ahead of the new Spring Classic season, particularly with a resurgent Fabian Cancellara aiming for a glorious swansong Read full article
Thomas in Paris-Nice yellow
Britain's Geraint Thomas took a huge step towards winning Paris-Nice as he finished second behind Russian Ilnur Zakarin in Saturday's sixth and penultimate stage. Read full article
Cummings wins Tirreno 4th stage
Britain's Steven Cummings claimed victory in the fourth stage of Tirreno-Adriatico on Saturday as Czech Zdenek Stybar held on to the overall lead of the Italian stage race. Read full article
Lutsenko wins Paris-Nice 5th stage
Kazakh rider Alexey Lutsenko came home alone to win the fifth stage of the Paris-Nice race on Friday and close the gap on overall race leader Michael Matthews of Australia. Read full article
Gaviria breaks Tirreno duck
Versatile Colombian Fernando Gaviria upset a host of stage hopefuls including world champion Peter Sagan on his way to his maiden win in the Tirreno-Adriatico race on Friday. Read full article
Stybar claims Tirreno-Adriatico lead
Zdenek Stybar of the Etixx team won Thursday's 207km second stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico from Camaiore to Pomarance to take the overall lead. Read full article
Bouhanni takes Paris-Nice stage win
France's Nacer Bouhanni sprinted to victory in the fourth stage of the Paris-Nice on Thursday, as Australia's Michael Matthews held the overall race lead. Read full article
Oss leads after Tirreno-Adriatico TT
Italy's Daniel Oss is the first leader of the Tirreno-Adriatico stage race after his BMC team won Wednesday's opening team time-trial. Read full article
Paris-Nice stage cancelled due to snow
Snow caused the third stage of the Paris-Nice race, led by Australian Michael Matthews, to be cancelled on Wednesday. Read full article
Gilbert quits Paris-Nice with illness
Belgium's former world champion Philippe Gilbert pulled out of the Paris-Nice race on Wednesday suffering from a respiratory infection, his BMC team said. Read full article
Matthews maintains Paris-Nice lead
Race leader Michael Matthews took his second stage victory at this year's Paris-Nice after Frenchman Nacer Bouhanni was disqualified from Tuesday's sprint finish. Read full article
Tour of Germany set for relaunch
The Tour of Germany, mothballed since 2008, is to be relaunched by Tour de France organisers ASO in either 2017 or 2018, it was announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Demare wins first stage, Matthews holds lead
France's Arnaud Demare won a sprint finish as snow fell on the first stage of the Paris-Nice race on Monday with Australia's Michael Matthews holding the overall race lead. Read full article
Cav, Wiggo enjoy one last golden gig
Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish provided a rip-roaring climax to the world track cycling championships with a stunning Madison victory that rocked London's velodrome to its rafters on Sunday. Read full article
Zhong wins all-China sprint final
A few days after breaking his hand in rage when China were denied gold on a technicality, coach Benoit Vetu was raising it in triumph. Read full article
Germany's Eilers wins second gold
Germany's Joachim Eilers required a photo finish to win his second gold medal of the 2016 Track World Championships in London as he beat New Zealander Ed Dawkins in a thrilling keirin sprint. Read full article
Wiggins, Cavendish provide big finish
Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish ended the Track World Championships in London with a dramatic win for the host nation in the Madison event, a result that left Britain top of the medals table. Read full article
Matthews wins Paris-Nice prologue
Australian Michael Matthews took the overall leader's yellow jersey at the Paris-Nice stage race after winning the opening prologue on Sunday. Read full article
Rendon defends world omnium crown
Mark Cavendish's hopes of competing at the Rio Olympics were dealt a blow as he finished sixth in the omnium at the Track Cycling World Championships in London on Saturday. Read full article
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