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Tour of Germany 2019 to pay tribute to fall of Berlin Wall
The course for this year's Tour of Germany will pay tribute to the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, organisers said Monday. Read full article
UAE's Kristoff sprints to Gent Classic win
Alexander Kristoff of UAE Emirates produced a convincing sprint to clinch victory from a select group in the Gent-Wevelgem spring classic on Sunday. Read full article
Lopez sees off Yates to win Tour of Catalonia
Colombian Miguel Angel Lopez of the Astana team withstood a late attack by British brothers Adam and Simon Yates to claim victory in the Tour of Catalonia on Sunday. Read full article
Lopez lines up Catalonia win after Matthews claims penultimate stage
Australian Michael Matthews claimed the sixth and penultimate stage of the Tour of Catalonia as Colombian Miguel Angel Lopez retained the overall lead on Saturday. Read full article
Stybar sprints to victory in E3 Classic
Czech Zdenek Stybar won the E3 Harelbeke, the first one-day race of the Flemish Cycling Week on Friday. Read full article
World champion Valverde to retire after 2021 season
World champion Alejandro Valverde will retire from professional cycling in 2021, the Spaniard was quoted as saying on Friday. Read full article
Schachmann holds on to win solo in Catalonia
Maximilian Schachmann held on after a long breakaway to win the flat fifth stage of the Tour de Catalonia to Sant Cugat del Valles on Friday. Read full article
'Superman' Lopez seizes Tour of Catalonia lead
Colombia's Miguel Angel Lopez climbed to a brilliant solo victory on stage four of the Tour of Catalonia on Thursday thereby clinching a narrow oveall lead on his key rivals for the overall victory. Read full article
'Best legs' Yates wins all-star climb in Tour of Catalonia
Britain's Adam Yates won a key stage of the Tour of Catalonia on Wednesday as he emerged victorious from an elite group of five at the summit finish of ski resort Vallter 2000. Read full article
Froome crashes as Matthews takes stage win in Catalonia
Froome's hopes of winning the Tour of Catalonia are almost certainly over after the Briton suffered a crash during Tuesday's second stage, which was won by Australian Michael Matthews. Read full article
Solo break earns De Gendt Tour of Catalonia win
Thomas de Gendt completed a long range solo break through the mountains to win the Tour of Catalonia's opening stage on Monday ahead of an all star cast of contenders. Read full article
European cycling championships to hold mixed relay race
The European cycling championships in August will feature a mixed-gender relay for the first time, the European Cycling Union (UEC) announced on Monday. Read full article
Favourite Alaphilippe wins Milan-San Remo
French allrounder Julian Alaphilippe justified his tag as race favourite as he timed his sprint to perfection to win Milan-San Remo on Saturday. Read full article
Team Sky deal should motivate chasing pack - rival boss
Not everyone has been celebrating Team Sky's impending takeover by Britain's richest man but it must not be regarded as a negative, according to one person tasked with trying to beat them on the road. Read full article
Nibali feeling 'better and better' ahead of title defence
Italy's Vincenzo Nibali warned that his confidence was growing as he returns to defend his Milan-San Remo title in the first 'Monument' spring classic of the season on Saturday. Read full article
Ineos' takeover of Team Sky raises financial fairness questions
Team Sky's takeover by chemical giant Ineos raises questions on financial fair play in cycling as the new outfit is expected to increase its monetary advantage over rival teams. Read full article
Roglic pips Yates to Tirreno-Adriatico victory
Slovenia's Primoz Roglic won the Tirreno-Adriatico cycling race on Tuesday finishing just one-second ahead of Britain's Adam Yates after the seventh and final stage. Read full article
Team Sky confirms Ineos as new owner from May
Team Sky has secured the backing of Britain's richest man Jim Ratcliffe and will begin racing as Team Ineos in May, the cycling team announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Alaphilippe sprints to Tirreno-Adriatico sixth stage win
France's Julian Alaphilippe won a bunch sprint in Monday's sixth and penultimate stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico cycling race over 195km from Matelica to Jesi. Read full article
Fuglsang beats Yates to Tirreno-Adriatico fifth-stage win
Astana's Danish rider Jakob Fuglsang crossed the line alone to win the fifth stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico cycling race on Sunday with Britain's Adam Yates holding the leader's blue jersey. Read full article
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