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Cycling | International Cycling

Vogel wins women's sprint world title
German Olympic champion Kristina Vogel won the women's sprint gold medal with victory over Australia's Stephanie Morton at the Track Cycling World Championships on Friday. Read full article
Kerby wins individual pursuit gold
Australia's Jordan Kerby won the men's individual pursuit with a towering victory over Italian defending champion Filippo Ganna at the Track Cycling World Championships on Friday. Read full article
Meyer wins fourth points race world title
Australia's Cameron Meyer won his fourth points race world title with a dominant ride at the Track Cycling World Championships in Hong Kong on Friday. Read full article
Australia win men's pursuit gold
Australia successfully defended their men's team pursuit title at the world track championships on Thursday, storming to victory over New Zealand in a seesaw battle at the Hong Kong Velodrome. Read full article
New Zealand retain men's sprint title
New Zealand beat the Netherlands to take gold in the men's team sprint at the world track championships, as Britain, who dominated the Rio boards at last year's Olympics, endured a disappointing day. Read full article
Alaphilippe out of Ardennes classics
French cycling star Julian Alaphilippe will miss the upcoming Ardennes classics with a right knee injury, his Quick-Step team announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Brits try to forget scandal at track worlds
Britain will try to move on from damaging allegations of sexism and bullying as they challenge with a new-look squad at this week's Track Cycling World Championships in Hong Kong. Read full article
Van Avermaet still dreams of Flanders
Winning Paris-Roubaix may be the dream for many cyclists but new champion Greg Van Avermaet would still prefer success at home in Flanders. Read full article
Boonen enjoys final rollercoaster
Tom Boonen said he had no regrets after his final race as a cycling professional ended in a disappointing 13th-place finish at the prestigious Paris-Roubaix. Read full article
Van Avermaet wins Paris-Roubaix
Belgian Greg Van Avermaet finally landed his first 'Monument' victory in a thrilling Paris-Roubaix race on Sunday. Read full article
Hayman ready to spoil Boonen party
A year ago Mathew Hayman came from nowhere to stun Tom Boonen and deny the Belgian star a record-extending fifth Paris-Roubaix triumph. Read full article
Valverde wins Basque title
Veteran Spanish rider Alejandro Valverde won the Tour of the Basque Country for the first time after coming in second in Saturday's final sixth stage, a time trial in Eibar. Read full article
Valverde claims stage, overall Basque lead
In-form Spanish veteran Alejandro Valverde scorched into the overall lead by claiming the fifth stage of the Tour of the Basque country on Friday. Read full article
Solo win for Roglic, De la Cruz leads
Slovenia's Primoz Roglic made a solo break and clung on for a nail-biting win on stage four of the Tour of the Basque Country on Thursday. Read full article
De la Cruz grabs Basque lead
Spanish rider David de la Cruz won the third stage and moved into the overall lead of the Tour of the Basque Country with a brave solo break on Wednesday. Read full article
Kittel wins, Boonen stars on Belgian bow
On his last race on Belgian soil Tom Boonen led the train that saw his Quick Step teammate Marcel Kittel win his fifth victory at the Grand Prix de l'Escaut on Wednesday. Read full article
Albasini claims second Basque stage
Swiss rider Michael Albasini edged a sprint finish to claim victory on the second stage of the Tour of the Basque Country on Tuesday. Read full article
Gilbert to miss Paris-Roubaix
Belgian Philippe Gilbert will not race at Paris-Roubaix on Sunday following his Tour of Flanders victory last weekend, his Quick Step Floors team said on Tuesday. Read full article
Matthews tops all-Aussie podium
Michael Matthews of Sunweb looked convincing as he won a bunch sprint on stage one of the Tour of the Basque Country on Monday. Read full article
Gilbert finally wins Tour of Flanders
Belgian champion Philippe Gilbert carried his bike over the line above his head as he won the prestigious Tour of Flanders for the first time on Sunday with a remarkable solo breakaway. Read full article
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