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Cycling | International Cycling

Bakelants recovering after spinal op
Belgian rider Jan Bakelants is on the road to recovery following spinal surgery after suffering multiple fractures to his vertebrae in a horror fall at the Giro di Lombardia this month. Read full article
Bakelants to undergo 'urgent' back op
Jan Bakelants will undergo "urgent" surgery on Friday on the spinal injury he suffered in last weekend's horror crash. Read full article
Degenkolb to train following breathing problem
John Degenkolb will resume training in two weeks following breathing problems that left him in hospital, his Trek-Segafredo team said on Monday. Read full article
Valverde to skip 2018 Tour de France
Spain's Alejandro Valverde will skip next year's Tour de France as he feels he will not be among the favourites and his Movistar team have what it takes to win it without him. Read full article
Trentin wins Paris-Tours
Italy's Matteo Trentin continued his fine season by winning the historic Paris-Tours one-day classic race on Sunday. Read full article
Bakelants fractures ribs in horror fall
Belgium's Jan Bakelants suffered fractured ribs and vertebrae in a shocking crash during Saturday's Giro di Lombardia. Read full article
Nibali claims second Lombardia win
Italy's Vincenzo Nibali won the Giro di Lombardia, the final one-day classic of the season, for the second time on Saturday in a race overshadowed by the spectacular crash of Belgium's Laurens De Plus. Read full article
Sky's Moscon in trouble again
Gianni Moscon of Team Sky was again in the spotlight for the wrong reasons on Wednesday after accusations from rival cyclist emerge. Read full article
Ethiopian Grmay joins Trek for 2018
Ethiopian climber Tsgabu Grmay has joined Trek for 2018, the American team announced on Monday Read full article
Kenny targets Tokyo gold
Multiple Olympic track cycling champion Jason Kenny has reversed a decision to retire after the 2016 Rio Games and is back on his bike in search of a seventh gold medal at Tokyo in 2020. Read full article
Matthews rues 'wasted energy'
Australia's Michael Matthews was left ruing a tactical blunder as he had to settle for bronze at the world road race championships won for the third year in a row by Peter Sagan. Read full article
Sagan wins third straight world title
Slovakia's Peter Sagan pipped Norway's Alexander Kristoff in a photo-finish to win a historic third straight world title in Bergen on Sunday. Read full article
Hayman blames service cars for crash
Mathew Hayman blamed the service cars for a crash which forced him to retire from the road race at the cycling world championships on Sunday. Read full article
Blaak wins women's road world title
Dutch champion Chantal Blaak overcame a painful crash to take a surprise victory in the women's world championship road race in Bergen on Saturday. Read full article
Sagan uninterested in Worlds recon
Reigning champion Peter Sagan admitted on Saturday he hasn't yet ridden the World Championship circuit in Bergen, Norway, and has no intention of doing so before Sunday's race. Read full article
Matthews hoping to snatch second jersey from Sagan
Michael Matthews has already stripped Peter Sagan of one jersey this year and now the Australian is aiming for a double at the world championship road race on Sunday. Read full article
Degenkolb in hospital over 'breathing problems'
German one-day classics specialist John Degenkolb has been hospitalised with a breathing problem, he and his Trek team revealed on Friday. Read full article
Lappartient replaces Cookson as UCI president
David Lappartient will succeed Briton Brian Cookson as UCI president after winning a landslide election on Thursday in Bergen. Read full article
Froome happy to end 'unforgettable' year
Chris Froome may have missed out on the gold medal but the Briton was still delighted with bronze in Norway at the end of the best season of his career. Read full article
'Europe to decide UCI election'
France's David Lappartient will beat incumbent Brian Cookson to be elected president of the International Cycling Union (UCI) if the body's European delegates vote as one, former UCI chief Pat McQuaid said. Read full article
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