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Cycling

Braendle sets new hour record
Matthias Braendle set a new one hour record of 51.85 kilometres on Thursday, the International Cycling Union (UCI) said on Twitter. Read full article
Spanish Vuelta to start from Puerto Banus
The director of the Spanish Vuelta says the three-week grand tour will start from the southern coastal town of Puerto Banus in 2015. Read full article
Contador wins prestigious Velo d'Or award
Tour of Spain champion Alberto Contador has won the prestigious Velo d'Or award as the best rider of 2014. Read full article
Team of disgraced Rasmussen closes
A second-tier UCI professional continental team captained by disgraced Danish rider Michael Rasmussen, is closing because of Denmark's cycling federation. Read full article
Evans plays down hopes of winning send-off
Cadel Evans' final race as a professional cyclist bears his name, runs through his home-town and has his finger-prints on the design, but he is not giving himself much hope of winning it. Read full article
CAS reopens case against Kreuziger
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) said Tuesday it had reopened a case against Roman Kreuziger after the International Cycling Union appealed a Czech decision to clear him of doping charges Read full article
Nibali honoured by Italy Premier Renzi
Tour de France winner Vincenzo Nibali is being honoured by Italy Premier Matteo Renzi. Read full article
Kittel wins Criterium de Saitama in Japan
Germany's Marcel Kittel won a sprint finish ahead of Slovakia's Peter Sagan and Alexander Kristoff to claim the Criterium de Saitama on Saturday. Read full article
Armstrong barred from South Carolina ride
USA Cycling says Lance Armstrong can't ride in a South Carolina event this weekend with several of his former US Postal Service teammates. Read full article
UCI to appeal to CAS in Kreuziger case
Cycling's governing body is reportedly preparing an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport after Czech rider Roman Kreuziger was cleared of doping violations by his national Olympic committee. Read full article
Nibali unconcerned by Astana doping problems
Vincenzo Nibali insists his Astana team's doping problems will not prevent him defending his Tour de France title next year. Read full article
Contador in Giro-Tour double bid
Double Tour de France champion Alberto Contador expressed delight as a mountainous 2015 route was revealed on Wednesday, as the Spaniard confirmed his plans for an ambitious Giro-Tour double. Read full article
Epic prologue through Table Mountain
The 2015 edition of the Cape Epic will start with a prologue staged on Table Mountain in Cape Town, event organisers revealed on Wednesday. Read full article
Froome considering skipping 2015 Tour
Chris Froome has said he may skip the 2015 Tour de France because the course, which was revealed in Paris on Wednesday, doesn't suit him. Read full article
Alpine climax for 2015 TdF
The punishing hairpin climb to the Alpe d'Huez ski station perched high in the French Alps will provide the dramatic climax for the 2015 Tour de France. Read full article
Kruger claims maiden Satellite Classic win
Allrounder HB Kruger put both his climbing and sprinting abilities to the test as he notched up his maiden win in the 106km Bestmed Satellite Classic, presented by ASG, on Saturday. Read full article
Pantini was 'scared' to win '99 Giro - mum
The mother of deceased Marco Pantani claims her son was 'scared' of winning the Giro d'Italia in 1999 as speculation mounts the former cycling icon may have fallen victim to malevolent forces outside the sport. Read full article
Scott win stage, Bulls retain lead
In an effort to take back some of the time they lost on Thursday, South Africans Philip Buys and Matthys Beukes (SCOTT Factory Racing) blew Stage 5 of the Bridge Cape Pioneer Trek apart. Read full article
Dramatic stage sees lead changes at Trek
Stage 4 of the 2014 Bridge Cape Pioneer Trek international stage race was always expected to deliver a shake-up; and it didn’t disappoint. Read full article
Buys, Beukes sprint to Trek stage win
Philip Buys and Matthys Beukes claimed a second stage win when they outsprinted a small lead group on Stage 3 of the Bridge Cape Pioneer Trek international mountain bike stage race on Wednesday. Read full article
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