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Van Zyl fifth on opening stage
Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung got the Tour of Utah off to a great start with Johann van Zyl taking fifth place after a 200km long breakaway. The stage win went to Kiel Reijnen (United Healthcare). Read full article
MTN-Qhubeka to hunt for stage wins in Denmark
Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung will start the Tour of Denmark on Tuesday. The UCI 2.HC race is a 6 stage event run over the course of 5 days, with both a road and short individual time trial stage. Read full article
Kittel roars in Warsaw
Marcel Kittel unleashed all his power at the finish line in Warsaw on Stage 1 of the Tour of Poland on Sunday. Read full article
Sbaragli fifth in London Classic
The Prudential Ride London-Surrey Classic came down to an exciting four man sprint with Jean-Pierre Drucker (BMC Racing) taking the win. Read full article
Drucker wins London-Surrey Classic
Luxembourg's Jean-Pierre Drucker sprinted to victory in the 200km RideLondon-Surrey Classic on Sunday, the BMC rider edging out Dutchman Mike Teunissen and Briton Ben Swift. Read full article
Yates wins Clasica San Sebastian
British prospect Adam Yates claimed the biggest victory of his career when he won the Clasica San Sebastian one-day race on Saturday. Read full article
MTN-Qhubeka target Tour of Utah
For the second time this year, Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung will race on American soil as the African team start the UCI 2.HC Tour of Utah on Monday 3 August. Read full article
Porte joins BMC Racing from Team Sky
Australian Richie Porte will join the BMC Racing team from Team Sky on a one-year deal in 2016, the American outfit said on Saturday. Read full article
MTN-Qhubeka eye strong finish in London
On Sunday, August 2, MTN-Qhubeka will take part in the UCI 1.HC Prudential Ride London Classic for the third time. Read full article
White keen to put Eston demons to bed
Following what has been a reasonably long road to recovery, KZN North Coast rider Tyronne White is back and feeling close to his best. Read full article
Froome, Quintana set for Tour rivalry
Many both in the peloton and watching from afar may have groaned when Chris Froome said he intended to ride on for another six to eight years, but not everyone is disappointed. Read full article
British press toast Froome Tour win
Britain's newspapers toasted cyclist Chris Froome as the first Briton to win the Tour de France twice, noting his vow to "never dishonour" his Team Sky yellow jersey by doping. Read full article
Animosity makes TdF success Froome's best
Chris Froome admitted he'd been "up against everything" at the Tour de France where he was accused of cheating, spat upon and had urine thrown at him. Read full article
Dream Tour de France for MTN-Qhubeka
MTN-Qhubeka's Edvald Boasson Hagen sprinted to a fine fourth place on the Champs Elysees on Sunday's 21st and final stage to cap a perfect debut at the Tour de France for the African team. Read full article
Brailsford proud of 'clean' Froome
Chris Froome's Team Sky manager Dave Brailsford said on Sunday he was proud of the Tour de France winner and insisted he is riding clean. Read full article
Contador double bid fizzles out
Alberto Contador was hoping to leave his mark with a rare Giro d'Italia/Tour de France double, but the Spaniard, fifth overall in Paris, rode through the sport's most prestigious race almost unnoticed. Read full article
Shadow of Armstrong dogs Froome
Chris Froome bristles at comparisons to Lance Armstrong but there is one way in which he cannot avoid them: his success breeds as much scepticism as the American's did. Read full article
Froome lands second Tour title
Chris Froome said he felt "incredible" after winning his second Tour de France title on Sunday in a competition that has seen him accused of cheating, spat upon and doused with urine. Read full article
Good day on Alpe d'Huez for MTN-Qhubeka
The 20th stage of the Tour de France was the final battle for the GC riders with Thibaut Pinot (FDJ) taking the spoils on Alpe d’Huez on Saturday. Read full article
Pinot rewarded for never giving up
Thibaut Pinot believes his victory on Alpe d'Huez on Saturday was just reward for never giving up in an otherwise disappointing Tour de France. Read full article
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