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Cycling | International Cycling

‘Sky never offered me triamcinolone’
Triple Tour de France winner Chris Froome has insisted he was never offered the controversial corticosteroid triamcinolone by his Team Sky. Read full article
Eight is enough for Grand Tour teams
Teams will be reduced from nine riders to eight for next year's three Grand Tours while the 2018 Tour de France will start a week later to avoid clashing with the soccer World Cup. Read full article
Spilak wraps up second Swiss title
Slovenian Simon Spilak claimed his second overall Tour of Switzerland victory on Sunday, as Rohan Dennis won the closing time trial in Schaffhausen. Read full article
Sagan extends record in Switzerland
World road race champion Peter Sagan powered to victory in Saturday's eighth and penultimate stage to extend his record tally of Tour of Switzerland wins to 15. Read full article
Spilak in yellow after solo mountain win
Former champion Simon Spilak climbed to the overall lead in the Tour of Switzerland on Friday with a solo breakaway to a summit finish of the seventh stage at Solden in Austria. Read full article
Pozzovivo in yellow with mountain win
With the help of a sudden deluge in the final kilometre, Italian climber Domenico Pozzovivo of AG2R held off a pack of pursuers to edge the mountainous sixth stage of the Tour of Switzerland on Thursday. Read full article
Sagan takes fifth stage, Caruso leads
Peter Sagan broke out a new celebration as he won Wednesday's fifth stage while Damiano Caruso maintained his overall lead at the Tour of Switzerland. Read full article
Former UCI president Verbruggen dies
Hein Verbruggen, former president of the International Cycling Union (UCI) and one of the most prominent sports administrators of his time, has died. He was 75. Read full article
Bardiani given 30-day doping ban
Italian cycling team Bardiani were banned from all competition for 30 days by the UCI on Tuesday, after a review of the case of two riders who tested positive on the eve of the Giro d'Italia. Read full article
Warbasse wins stage, Caruso in yellow
American Lawrence Warbasse of Aquablue won Tuesday's Tour of Switzerland fourth stage at Villars-sur-Ollon as Italy's Damiano Caruso of BMC pulled on the leader's yellow jersey. Read full article
Matthews on the double in Switzerland
Australian sprinter Michael Matthews of Sunweb pulled on the leader's yellow jersey after winning the third stage of the Tour of Switzerland on Monday. Read full article
Gibert claims stage, Kueng in yellow
Belgian Philippe Gilbert began the summer as he finished off the spring with victory in the first stage of the Tour of Switzerland on Sunday. Read full article
Dane Fuglsang wins Dauphine
Astana's Danish rider Jakob Fuglsang outshone defending champion Chris Froome and Australian Richie Porte to win the final stage of the Criterium du Dauphine to claim overall victory on Sunday. Read full article
Dennis wins Switzerland prologue
Australian Rohan Dennis won the Tour of Switzerland prologue on Saturday, flying around a 6km circuit in the central town of Cham at over 56kph to claim the first yellow jersey. Read full article
Porte fortifies Dauphine lead
Australian Richie Porte strengthened his overall lead in the Criterium du Dauphine, gaining time over his closest rivals in Saturday's queen stage won by Briton Peter Kennaugh. Read full article
Porte in Dauphine yellow as Fuglsang wins
Australian Richie Porte of the BMC team took the Criterium du Dauphine yellow jersey after Friday's sixth stage won by Astana's Danish rider Jakob Fuglsang. Read full article
Bauhaus wins sprint, De Gendt leads
German youngster Phil Bauhaus won a bunch sprint ahead of stunned French duo Arnaud Demare and Bryan Coquard in the fifth stage of the Criterium du Dauphine at Macon on Thursday. Read full article
Porte claims Dauphine time-trial win
Richie Porte made a Tour de France statement as he romped to victory in Wednesday's 23.5km time-trial at the Criterium du Dauphine, as overall favourite Chris Froome struggled home in eighth. Read full article
Dutchman wins Dauphine stage three
Young Dutchman Koen Bouwman was incredulous after emerging from a six-man breakaway to win Tuesday's 184km third stage of the Criterium du Dauphine as the favourites kept their powder dry. Read full article
Demare wins stage, De Gendt leads
France's Arnaud Demare had safety on his mind after sprinting to victory on the second stage of the Criterium du Dauphine on Monday as Thomas De Gendt held onto the leader's yellow jersey. Read full article
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