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Cycling | International Cycling

Viviani wins Romandie stage three
Italian sprinter Elia Viviani missed the cut for Sky's Giro d'Italia line-up on Friday but bounced back by winning stage three of the Tour of Romandie in Switzerland. Read full article
Sky trust Landa-Thomas axis for Giro bid
Welshman Geraint Thomas and Spain's Mikel Landa will present a two-pronged challenge to Giro d'Italia pretenders at the 5-28 May centenary race after the British team unveiled its line-up on Friday. Read full article
BMC's Giro hopes riding on Van Garderen
American allrounder Tejay Van Garderen and powerful Australian Rohan Dennis will lead BMC's efforts for a podium place at the 2017 Giro d'Italia, the US racing team confirmed on Friday. Read full article
Kung wins second Romandie stage
Switzerland's Stefan Kung battled wintery conditions to claim Thursday's shortened second stage of the Tour de Romandie as Italian Fabio Felline remained in the lead. Read full article
Cyclists ride 'for peace' in Middle East
A group of cyclists have embarked on a multi-day tour in Jordan, Israel and the Palestinian territories as part of an effort to promote peace in the Middle East. Read full article
Quintana targets Tour-Giro double
Colombian climber Nairo Quintana insisted on Thursday that he is in good shape to tackle a Tour de France-Giro d'Italia double this year. Read full article
Romandie stage shortened due to snow
Tour de France champion Chris Froome will have a slightly easier day in the saddle on Thursday as the second stage of the Tour de Romandie was shortened due to snow. Read full article
Albasini wins Romandie stage
Switzerland's Michael Albasini won the first stage of the Tour de Romandie on Wednesday as prologue winner Fabio Felline of Italy maintained his overall lead. Read full article
Gilbert to make return this weekend
Belgian champion Philippe Gilbert has made a quicker than expected recovery from a kidney tear and will return to racing this weekend, his Quick-Step team said on Wednesday. Read full article
Felline wins Tour de Romandie prologue
Italian Fabio Felline won the prologue of the Tour de Romandie to claim the overall lead after a 4.8-km individual time trial on a slippery course on Tuesday. Read full article
Offredo assaulted during training ride
French rider Yoann Offredo said he was assaulted by a motorist and his passenger with a baseball bat during a training ride on Monday, sustaining cuts and a rib injury. Read full article
Froome tests Tour form in Switzerland
Two-time defending Tour de France champion Chris Froome will test his form ahead of his bid for a fourth title in July at this week's Tour de Romandie. Read full article
Valverde wins fourth Liege-Bastogne-Liege title
Spain's Alejandro Valverde dedicated victory to Michele Scarponi, who died on Saturday, after winning the prestigious Liege-Bastogne-Liege race for the fourth time on Sunday. Read full article
Valverde favourite at Liege
The sudden death of Italian Michele Scarponi will overshadow Sunday's Liege-Bastogne-Liege race but fellow veteran Alejandro Valverde will be focused nonetheless on capturing a fourth victory. Read full article
Italy's Scarponi killed in training crash
Veteran Italian cyclist Michele Scarponi was killed on Saturday in a road accident while out training on his bike, his Astana team and Italian media said. Read full article
Thomas gets Giro boost with Alps win
Britain's Geraint Thomas gave himself and Team Sky a major boost ahead of the Giro d'Italia when he swept to victory at the Tour of the Alps on Friday. Read full article
British Cycling to review medical practices
British Cycling will conduct a wide-ranging review of its medical practices after being criticised by UK Anti-Doping's recent investigation. Read full article
Thomas takes Alps lead with stage win
Britain's Geraint Thomas led a Sky one-two ahead of Mikel Landa on Wednesday's stage three of the Tour of the Alps to take the overall lead in the Giro d'Italia warm-up. Read full article
Valverde wins fifth Fleche Wallonne
On-form Spanish veteran Alejandro Valverde notched up a record fifth win in the Fleche Wallonne on Wednesday, with Ireland's Dan Martin taking second at the summit finish on the Mur de Huy. Read full article
Dennis claims Tour of Alps stage  
Rohan Dennis of Australia won a shortened 141km second stage of the Tour of the Alps on Tuesday. Read full article
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