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Doctor charged with further offences
Bernard Sainz, who has already been convicted for inciting cyclists to cheat with drugs, was on Wednesday charged with further doping offences, a court source told AFP. Read full article
Wiggins reputation questioned after TUE revelations
The admission by former Great Britain and Team Sky coach Shane Sutton of the exploitation of therapeutic use exemptions have "muddied the waters" around Bradley Wiggins, one top cyclist said. Read full article
Sutton used TUEs for 'marginal gains' at Sky
Former Great Britain and Team Sky coach Shane Sutton has admitted using therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) to give the cyclists he worked with an edge. Read full article
Wiggins subjected to 'living hell'
British cycling great Bradley Wiggins said he and his family had been subjected to "living hell". Read full article
UKAD closes probe, Sky not charged
The UK Anti-Doping agency (UKAD) has closed its Team Sky "mystery package" investigation and will not be making any charges, it said on Wednesday. Read full article
Cycle4Diabetes a personal journey for Zanele
The Cycle4Diabetes relay was a very personal journey for former national road cyclist Zanele Tshoko. Read full article
Glaetzer breaks sea-level speed barrier
Glaetzer became the first rider to break the one-minute mark at sea level in the one-kilometre time trial during the round of the Track Cycling World Cup at Manchester on Sunday. Read full article
Cancellara could face doping probe
Former world champion Fabian Cancellara could be investigated over accusations that he used a hidden motor in his bicycle, world governing body the UCI told AFP on Thursday. Read full article
Jooste, Oelofse win Tshwane Classic
Chris Jooste and Yzette Oelofse collected the biggest victories of their careers at the inaugural Tshwane Classic road cycling race that took riders through the heart of Pretoria on Sunday. Read full article
Contador retirement end of era - Froome
Alberto Contador's final race on Sunday marks the "end of an era" for cycling, Tour de France champion Chris Froome said, while adding that he won't necessarily miss the competitive Spanish legend. Read full article
Froome conquers China
Chris Froome continued his dominant year by winning the China Criterium in Shanghai on Sunday, but the Briton admitted he faced an uphill task capturing a historic fifth Tour de France title. Read full article
Olympic great Clancy set to return to track
Britain's triple Olympic cycling gold medalist Ed Clancy says he is looking forward to returning to the track after over a year's absence for the World Cup meet next month in Manchester. Read full article
Debesay ends season with top 10 overall
Mekseb Debesay, from Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka has become the first Eritrean to finish top 10 GC at a World Tour event. Read full article
Debesay confirms form
Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka was looking after the interests of Eritrean climber Mekseb Debesay on the 4th stage of the Tour of Gaungxi. Read full article
Debesay sprints to fifth place
Fernando Gaviria won stage two of Tour of Guangxi on Friday, while Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka's Mekseb Debesay placed fifth. Read full article
DiData braced for season-ending race
Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka will end their 2017 cycling season at the Gree Tour of Guangxi. The inaugural Chinese World Tour event is set to get underway on Thursday. Read full article
Froome faces Dumoulin duel in 2018 Tour
Tom Dumoulin should be Chris Froome's main rival as the Briton targets a record-equalling fifth title in the 2018 Tour de France, the route for which was unveiled on Tuesday. Read full article
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
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