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Cavendish back in gold
The fourth stage of the Tour of Qatar saw Alexander Kristoff (Katusha) win a select group sprint ahead of Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing) and Jacopo Guarnieri (Katusha). Read full article
Kristoff wins in Qatar, Cavendish leads
Norwegian Alexander Kristoff sprinted to the fourth stage victory in the Tour of Qatar on Thursday, as his compatriot Edvald Boasson Hagen lost the overall leader's gold jersey to Mark Cavendish. Read full article
Tour of Good Hope time-trial will be ‘decisive’
Double defending champion Ariane Kleinhans believes this year’s Bestmed Tour of Good Hope can be won and lost in the individual time-trial on day two. Read full article
Stefan de Bod impresses at time trials
The South African National Time Trial Championships took place today with Daryl Impey (Orica-GreenEdge) once again taking the victory. Read full article
DiData's Hagen takes lead in Qatar
Norway's Edvald Boasson Hagen of the Dimension Data team took the leader's golden jersey after winning the Tour of Qatar's third stage on Wednesday. Read full article
Basson, Le Court clinch Berge en Dale wins
Gustav Basson won the men's 106km Rudy Project Berge en Dale cycling classic while the women's title was won by Team Time Freight’s Kim Le Court. Read full article
UCI considers testing all bikes
International Cycling Union president Brian Cookson said on Tuesday his organisation will leave no stone unturned in the bid to rid the sport of cheats. Read full article
Katusha 'home free' after doping tests
The Katusha World Tour cycling team have escaped suspension despite two of their riders failing drugs tests in the space of a year, the UCI said on Tuesday after a disciplinary commission hearing. Read full article
Dimension Data set sights on SA Champs
The SA National Championships will take place from February 10-14 in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. Read full article
Kristoff wins Qatar second stage
Norway's Alexander Kristoff edged British ace Mark Cavendish in a bunch sprint to clinch Tuesday's second stage of the Tour of Qatar. Read full article
Team Dimension Data retains race lead
A crash would affect the Tour of Qatar stage but our Dimension Data for Qhubeka team kept out of trouble in the front of peloton to have Mark Cavendish take second place. Read full article
Huber, Platt eye team title at Tankwa Trek
In 2014, the last time Urs Huber and Karl Platt tackled the DUTOIT Tankwa Trek three-day mountain bike stage race, they finished first and second respectively, having raced in the Solo category. Read full article
Cav gets first win for Dimension Data
Mark Cavendish opened his season victory account on Monday at stage 1 of the Tour of Qatar, giving Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka its inaugural win. Read full article
Cav wins first stage in Qatar
Britain's Mark Cavendish won the first stage of the Tour of Qatar on Monday ahead of Italian pair Sacha Modolo and Andrea Guardini. Read full article
Poels seals Tour of Valencia win
Team Sky's Dutch rider Wouter Poels secured overall victory in the Tour of Valencia as Belgium's Stijn Vandenbergh won the fifth and final stage on Sunday. Read full article
Etixx barred from Tour of Qatar
Tour of Qatar organisers have blocked multiple winners Etixx from competing in this year's race starting on Monday citing "disciplinary problems" with the Belgian team. Read full article
Motivated team head to Qatar
The Tour of Qatar gets underway on Monday 8 February and our African Team will be lining-up once again in the early season UCI 2.HC desert race. Read full article
Froome wins Australia tour
Two-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome won Australia's Herald Sun Tour on Sunday ahead of fellow Briton Peter Kennaugh, as he took the fourth and final stage of the race. Read full article
Poels claims fourth Valencia stage
Team Sky's Dutch rider Wouter Poels extended his overall lead by winning the fourth stage of the Tour of Valencia on Saturday. Read full article
Cavendish finishes third on final stage
The final stage of the Dubai Tour saw another thrilling bunch sprint that Marcel Kittel (Etixx-Quickstep) would win ahead of Elia Viviani (Team Sky) with our Mark Cavendish taking the final podium spot. Read full article
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