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Pinot ends win drought, Zakarin leads
Thibaut Pinot came home alone to celebrate his first win of the season in Saturday's fifth stage of the Tour de Romandie, that saw Russia's Ilnur Zakarin take the yellow jersey from Michael Albasini. Read full article
Britain's Dowsett breaks hour WR
British cyclist Alex Dowsett broke the one hour world record on Saturday, recording 52.937km kilometres for the iconic 60-minute challenge at the Manchester Velodrome. Read full article
Cavendish wins stage, Durasek leaders
British sprint ace Mark Cavendish won his second stage of this year's Tour of Turkey when he claimed the seventh stage on Saturday, a 166 kilometres ride from Selcuk to Izmir. Read full article
Nordhaug wins opening Yorkshire stage
Neither Bradley Wiggins nor any other Brit managed to light up the opening stage of the Tour de Yorkshire on Friday but British team Sky did triumph through Lars-Petter Nordhaug. Read full article
Albasini retains lead, Kueng wins stage
Michael Albasini retained his lead in the Tour de Romandie as his Swiss compatriot Stefan Kueng grabbed a solo win on Friday's fourth stage. Read full article
Wiggins happy again after leaving Sky
Olympic and world time-trial champion Bradley Wiggins said he was enjoying life again now that he's left Team Sky and is focusing on track racing. Read full article
Albasini wins again on Tour de Romandie
OricaGreenedge's Michael Albasini bagged his second straight win on the Tour de Romandie to consolidate the overall leader's jersey on Thursday's third stage. Read full article
Yorkshire expects one million for Tour
Organisers say they're expecting a million fans to line the streets during the inaugural Tour de Yorkshire which begins in Bridlington on Friday. Read full article
Rebellin extends lead, Modolo wins stage
The 43-year-old Italian Davide Rebellin extended his overall lead in the Tour of Turkey on Thursday, when he sneaked into a bunch sprint finish in the fifth stage won by Sacha Modolo. Read full article
Fruitful day for Albasini on Tour de Romandie
Welsh rider Geraint Thomas surrendered his Tour de Romandie overall lead to Swiss rival Michael Albasini as he won both Wednesday's second stage. Read full article
Greipel wins stage four of Tour of Turkey
Germany's Andre Greipel sprinted to win the fourth stage of the Tour of Turkey on Wednesday in the absence of Briton Mark Cavendish who had been dropped on the final climb of the day. Read full article
Froome's Team Sky edges Romandie TT
Chris Froome's hopes of a third straight win on the Tour de Romandie is off to a good start as his Team Sky won Tuesday's opening-stage team time trial by less than a second. Read full article
Veteran Rebellin takes Turkey lead
Mark Cavendish lost his Tour of Turkey lead when trailing in half an hour behind veteran Davide Rebellin in Tuesday's third stage. Read full article
Froome eyes Romandie hat-trick
Vincenzo Nibali and Nairo Quintana will be looking to prevent Britain's Chris Froome from making it three wins in a row at the Tour de Romandie in Switzerland, which begins on Tuesday. Read full article
Cavendish stays ahead in Turkey
Mark Cavendish won the second stage of the Tour of Turkey at Antalya on Monday, retaining the overall lead he took after Sunday's opening run. Read full article
Alaphilippe happy to bide time
Julian Alaphilippe admitted he was frustrated at missing out on a prestigious victory at Liege-Bastogne-Liege but claimed he was happy with his support role for world champion Michal Kwiatkowski. Read full article
Valverde wins Liege-Bastogne-Liege classic
Spain's Alejandro Valverde wrapped up a remarkable Ardennes classics season when he won Liege-Bastogne-Liege on Sunday, four days after triumphing on the Fleche Wallonne. Read full article
Martin hopes for quick whiplash recovery
Ireland's Dan Martin said on Saturday he hopes his whiplash will have improved enough to allow him to challenge for victory at Sunday's Liege-Bastogne-Liege Ardennes Classic race. Read full article
Nibali focussed on Liege
Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali said he was focussed on Sunday's Liege-Bastogne-Liege one-day classic now that his Astana team had seen the threat of suspension lifted. Read full article
Mixed experiences for Tour contenders
Tour de France hopefuls Chris Froome, Vincenzo Nibali and Nairo Quintana enjoyed varying fortunes at the Fleche Wallonne one-day classic in Belgium. Read full article
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