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Boasson Hagen fractures clavicle in crash
There was sad news for MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung's classics captain Edvald Boasson Hagen. The Norwegian sustained a distal fracture of his right clavicle in a crash at the Moeren part of Sunday's Gent-Wevelgem. Read full article
Tough day for MTN-Qhubeka at Gent-Wevelgem
Strong winds, cool temperatures and rain were the main sights at Gent-Wevelgem that saw a strong MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung line-up on Sunday. Read full article
SA's Meintjes takes first European win
Louis Meintjes took his first European win on Sunday after a brave solo that also earned him the overall victory at the Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali. Read full article
Meintjes positioned well on GC
As he has multiple times this year already, Johann van Zyl made sure Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung were represented in the breakaway during the third Coppi Bartali stage. Read full article
Sbaragli instigates break of the day
The E3 Harelbeke saw a deserved winner in Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) who was able to best Zdenek Stybar (Etixx-Quickstep) for the top honours. Read full article
SA track champs attracts top riders
A highly competitive field is expected to line-up for the South African track championships to be held at the Hector Norris Park Cycling Track in Johannesburg from April 7 to 11. Read full article
MTN-Qhubeka third in Coppi e Bartali TTT
The Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali stage 1b marked the first team time trial for MTN-Qhubeka of the season and the team just narrowly missed out on the win. Read full article
Knox, Evans back for Nedbank title defence
With little over six weeks to go until the starter’s gun fires and sends participants of the Nedbank sani2c on their way, defending champions Kevin Evans and Max Knox have confirmed they will be back. Read full article
Qhubeka poised for TTT showdown
The opening half stage of the Coppi e Bartali would end in a mass sprint with Manuel Belleti (Southeast) sprinting to victory. Read full article
Massive crash influences Dwars outcome
Jelle Wallays (Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise) was clearly the strongest rider of the day at Wednesday's Dwars Door Vlaanderen as the Belgian took out the race victory. Read full article
Boasson Hagen fights for 10th place
John Degenkolb (Giant-Alpecin) took the victory of the 106th Milan-Sanremo from a small group sprint. Alexander Kristoff (Katusha) took second and Michael Matthews (Orica-Greenedge) had to settle for thid. Read full article
Sauser and Kulhavy win Cape Epic
Switzerland's Christopher Sauser and Jaroslav Kulhavy of the Czech Republic won the Cape Epic, billed as the world's toughest mountain biking stage race. Read full article
Sauser, Kulhavy edge closer to Epic win
Switzerland's Christoph Sauser is 87km away from becoming the first person to win the Absa Cape Epic five times after he and partner Jaroslav Kulhavy of the Czech Republic won Stage 6 in a sprint finish. Read full article
Another grand tour wildcard for Africa
MTN-Qhubeka have been granted an invitation to the 70th edition of The Vuelta a Espana. Read full article
Kleinhans, Langvad on track for glory
Not even an extension to the route distance could prevent Ariane Kleinhans and Annika Langvad from storming to another stage victory at the Absa Cape Epic on Friday. Read full article
Sauser, Kulhavy on the brink of victory
Heat, dust, headwinds and a mechanical hiccup could not prevent Christoph Sauser and Jaroslav Kulhavy from winning Stage 5 of the Absa Cape Epic on Friday – their fourth stage win of the 2015 race. Read full article
The tough get going as going gets tough
Stage 4 of the 2015 Absa Cape Epic, a 111km loop of the Worcester countryside, finished much like the previous stage – with riders covered in sand, cursing the heat and rocky conditions of the route. Read full article
Buys, Beukes fly the SA flag at Epic
South Africans Philip Buys and Matthys Beukes notched up the first South African win in the 2015 Absa Cape Epic after an audacious early break on Thursday’s rugged 111km Stage 4. Read full article
Eighth Emperors Palace Classic ready for lift-off
Gauteng cyclists have until March 30 to get their entries in for the eighth edition of the Emperors Palace Classic, which takes place from Kempton Park on April 11 and 12. Read full article
Triumph and tears at Epic women’s race
Immediately after Team RECM Specialized’s Ariane Kleinhans and Annika Langvad crossed the line of Stage 3 at HTS Drostdy in Worcester, they collapsed to the ground in exhaustion and elation. Read full article
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