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Cycling

Van der Spuy mum on Scottburgh chances
Evan van der Spuy will have to be on top of his game if he is to become the first ever rider to successfully defend his Scottburgh MTB Race title when this year’s South Coast clash takes place on Sunday. Read full article
Froome seeks lift with Vuelta win
Chris Froome aims to put his Tour de France misery behind him with victory in the Vuelta a Espana but he faces stiff competition from a strong field led by Nairo Quintana. Read full article
Kreuziger appeal against ban turned down by CAS
Czech rider Roman Kreuziger's appeal against a provisional suspension for suspected doping has been dismissed by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), ruling him out of this month's Vuelta. Read full article
France to host 2015 track worlds
Cycling's governing body has awarded the 2015 Track World Championships to the new national velodrome in France. Read full article
Carpenter wins US Pro Challenge stage
Robin Carpenter won a mud marred stage two of the USA Pro Challenge on Tuesday, surviving several mountain challenges en route to the biggest victory of his young career. Read full article
Voeckler hit by car, out of Tour du Limousin
French Europcar rider Thomas Voeckler was struck by a car and appeared to injure his shoulder just before the start of the Tour du Limousin in Limoges on Tuesday. Read full article
Pinot limits his ambitious for Tour of Spain
Thibaut Pinot is playing down his chances of winning the Tour of Spain despite finishing third in this year's Tour de France and is targeting just a stage win in the last of the Grand Tours. Read full article
Uran to lead Omega Pharma challenge
Colombian rider Rigoberto Uran will head the Omega Pharma challenge in the Tour of Spain, which gets underway on Saturday. Read full article
Briton Tiernan-Locke's doping ban upheld
UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) has upheld former Team Sky rider Jonathan Tiernan-Locke's two-year ban after irregularities were found in his biological passport, the organisation announced on Monday. Read full article
Froome back to lead Sky at Tour of Spain
Chris Froome will lead Team Sky at the Tour of Spain after overcoming the hand and wrist injuries which forced him to abandon his defence of the Tour de France last month. Read full article
Van Garderen on home ground at Pro Challenge
Three weeks after finishing fifth in the Tour de France for the second time, Tejay van Garderen returns to racing Monday in the weeklong USA Pro Challenge. Read full article
Climber Julius sprints to Lost City win on debut
Climber Jayde Julius found his sprinter’s legs to claim the Lost City Cycle Classic at the Powerade Bestmed Lost City Cycling Festival in the North-West Province on Saturday. Read full article
Hoffman looking for form at Lost City Classic
Defending champion Nolan Hoffman will be looking to regain his confidence and form at the Powerade Bestmed Lost City Cycle Festival. Read full article
‘Team Sky will learn from disappointing Tour’
Team Sky must lick their wounds after a disappointing Tour de France campaign and come back stronger next year, 2013 winner Chris Froome said on Tuesday. Read full article
SA cycling team geared for Nanjing Youth Olympics
Four young cyclists will be representing South Africa at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games, which kicks off this coming weekend in China and is held from 16-28 August. Read full article
Silverstar Challenge shines this spring
Gauteng mountain bikers will have a chance to stretch their legs and shake off the winter cobwebs with the first of the spring races near Krugersdorp on September 6. Read full article
Wiggins to defend Tour of Britain title
Bradley Wiggins will defend his Tour of Britain title in September instead of riding in the Tour of Spain, Team Sky manager Dave Brailsford said on Sunday. Read full article
Blythe surges to win in London-Surrey race
Britain's Adam Blythe delivered a perfectly-timed sprint to take a surprise victory in a sodden Prudential Ride London-Surrey Classic cycling race on Sunday. Read full article
Majka takes Tour of Poland victory
Young Polish star Rafal Majka wrapped up overall victory at the Tour of Poland following Saturday's 25km timetrial around Krakow, won by Belgian Kristof Vandewalle. Read full article
Majka seizes lead in Poland
Rafal Majka won on his home Tour of Poland for the second day running on Friday, triumphing on the sixth stage to seize the overall race lead from Czech rider Petr Vakoc. Read full article
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