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The MTN-Qhubeka feeder team’s Metkel Eyob showed good early season form as he soloed to victory in the Action Ford Berge en Dale Classic,...
30 January, 19:33 - The second day of racing at the Mallorca Challenge proved to be a magical day for Team MTN-Qhubeka as Steve...
30 January, 17:44 - SA Time Trial Champion Daryl Impey is set to compete against the country's best cyclists at next week's...
29 January, 23:14 - MTN-Qhubeka began their racing season at the Mallorca Challenge on Thursday, but their campaign got off to a...
29 January, 11:30 - This year, Mark Cavendish, one of Etixx - Quick-Step’s biggest riders, and his lead-out man, Mark Renshaw,...
26 January, 11:27 - William Newman, the President of the Confederation of African Cycling's Track Commission, declared the...
24 January, 22:20 - Following some exciting riding on Friday the African Continental Track Cycling Championships concluded in...
23 January, 18:34 - Maroesjka Matthee and HB Kruger claimed the women's and men's individual pursuit titles at the Confederation...
23 January, 18:19 - Team MTN-Qhubeka have been included in this year’s edition of the Amgen Tour of California, it was announced...


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Lance Armstrong says that if he could do it all over again, he would dope again because that is what one needed to do in order to be competitive back then. He also added that if he were riding now, he wouldn't dope since the sport is clean. Can you understand his logic?
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