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Cycling | International Cycling

Arndt wins Australian road race
Germany's Nikias Arndt won the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race on Sunday after a tight sprint to the finish line that saw him narrowly beat Australians Simon Gerrans and Cameron Meyer. Read full article
Wellems claims second straight Mallorca win
Belgium's Tim Wellens was victorious for the second consecutive day as Lotto-Soudal continued their clean sweep of trophies over the first three days of the Mallorca Challenge on Saturday. Read full article
Cheats use secret motors - LeMond
A Hungarian designer of a secret bicycle motor says he thinks pro cyclists have used them to cheat since 1998 and US cycling legend Greg LeMond says he can't trust Tour de France results. Read full article
Wellens lands second Mallorca race
Belgian Tim Wellens, riding with Lotto-Soudal, won Friday's Serra de Tramuntana trophy, the second of four Mallorca Challenge races. Read full article
Greipel claims opening Mallorca win
German sprinter Andre Greipel won the Porreres-Felanitx-Ses Salines-Campos trophy on the opening day of the four-race Mallorca Challenge on Thursday. Read full article
Froome expects Porte to offer stern test
Three-times Tour de France champion Chris Froome expects local favourite Richie Porte to push him all the way to the finish when the Briton kicks off his 2017 season at the UCI's World Tour event on Sunday. Read full article
Porte clinches first Tour Down Under
Richie Porte won his first Tour Down Under on Sunday when he finished behind compatriot Caleb Ewan in a bunch sprint on the final 90-kilometre sixth stage around the streets of Adelaide. Read full article
Porte seals fifth stage, set to clinch Tour Down Under
Richie Porte all but sealed the Tour Down Under title after finishing as runner-up in the last two years, when he clinched the fifth stage to Willunga with a brazen attack about a kilometre... Read full article
Ewan claims stage, Porte retains lead
Australian sprinter Caleb Ewan continued his incredible run of early season form when he roared clear of the pack to claim his third victory in four stages of the Tour Down Under on Friday. Read full article
Quintana confirmed for Giro-Tour double
Two-time Grand Tour winner Nairo Quintana will tackle the Giro d'Italia in May before going for a first Tour de France triumph in July, the Colombian's Movistar team confirmed on Thursday. Read full article
Ewan sprints to stage three win at Tour Down Under
Emerging sprinter Caleb Ewan won his second stage at the season-opening Tour Down Under in Australia on Thursday. Read full article
Giro invites Polish, Russian teams
Polish outfit CCC and Russian team Gazprom are among several second division cycling teams invited to the 100th edition of the Giro d'Italia, organisers RCS said on Wednesday. Read full article
Porte storms clear to claim Tour Down Under lead
Richie Porte raced away from his rivals on the final climb to open a decisive 20-second lead after the second stage of the Tour Down Under on Wednesday. Read full article
Ewan beats 'stinking' heat to grab Tour lead
Caleb Ewan defied a heatwave to claim the opening stage of the UCI season-opening Tour Down Under in the South Australian wine-growing town of Lyndoch on Tuesday. Read full article
Injured Laura Kenny doubtful for worlds
Olympic champion Laura Kenny's participation in April's Track Cycling World Championships in Hong Kong has been threatened by a hamstring injury, it emerged on Monday. Read full article
Sagan starts his season Down Under
World champion Peter Sagan will headline the Tour Down Under beginning in South Australia on Tuesday but the Slovakian has downplayed his chances of winning the UCI season-opening event. Read full article
Contador gunning for last Tour with Trek
Veteran climber Alberto Contador says he and his new Trek-Segafredo team will arrive fresh and primed for the 2017 Tour de France as the American outfit launched their new campaign on Friday. Read full article
Nine mountain challenges await Vuelta riders
Complaints from many riders that the Vuelta a Espana has included too many punishing climbs in recent years fell on deaf ears as organisers unveiled another demanding route on Thursday. Read full article
Brailsford defends methods
Dave Brailsford launched a strong defence of his methods on Wednesday as the independent review into the culture of British Cycling nears a conclusion. Read full article
Brailsford slams UKAD chairman
Beleaguered Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford attacked the chairman of UK Anti-Doping on Tuesday over remarks he'd made about the ongoing investigation into the cycling team. Read full article
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