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Van Vleuten leads Dutch women to world TT sweep
Olympic champion Annemiek van Vleuten defended her world championship time-trial title on Tuesday as compatriots Anna van der Breggen and Ellen van Dijk completed an-all Dutch podium. Read full article
2019 Giro d'Italia to start in Bologna
The 2019 Giro d'Italia will begin with an 8.2km time-trial in Bologna, in the Italian region of Emilia-Romagna, organisers announced on Monday. Read full article
Italian ace Aru pulls out of worlds
Italian rider Fabio Aru announced Sunday he will not compete in the road race world championships in Austria next week. Read full article
Quick Step daredevil descent wins world team time-trial gold
Belgian cycling outfit Quick Step capped a fabulous season by racing to gold in the world championships team time-trial on Sunday, fending off defending champions Sunweb by 18 seconds. Read full article
Italy's Ballerini wins Memorial Marco Pantani
Italy's Davide Ballerini of the Androni-Sidermec team won the Memorial Marco Pantani race on Saturday ahead of next week's road world cycling championships in Austria. Read full article
Australian Porte out of cycling worlds
Richie Porte on Saturday became the latest top rider to withdraw from next week's World Cycling Championships in Austria, the Australian citing a lack of training following a respiratory infection. Read full article
Yates flies flag for Britain at cycling world championships
Rising star Simon Yates, fresh from his victory in the Tour of Spain, will carry the baton for Britain at the cycling world championships Read full article
Reinardt leads DiData's charge in Europe
It will be a busy weekend for Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka as part of the squad will be heading to the Tour de Eurometropole on Satuday and then taking on the GP Isbergues on Sunday. Read full article
Teams representative says UCI taking them for granted
Cycling teams are being "taken for granted" by world governing body the UCI and fear that planned reforms will continue to leave them short-changed. Read full article
Giacomo Nizzolo signs for DiData
Team Dimension Data has announced that Giacomo Nizzolo has signed a two-year deal from January 1, 2019. Read full article
Geniez earns last ticket for France's worlds team
AG2R rider Alexandre Geniez beat compatriot Warren Barguil (Fortuneo-Samsic) to the final spot in France's world road race championship team, it was announced on Thursday. Read full article
‘Yates would not have reigned in Spain with Team Sky’
British rider Simon Yates would not have won the Tour of Spain had he chosen to pursue his career with cycling giants Team Sky, Bradley Wiggins said on Monday. Read full article
Yates wins Tour of Spain as Viviani claims final stage
Simon Yates stepped out of the shadows of British cycling giants Sky on Sunday to secure his maiden Grand Tour triumph at the Tour of Spain for his Mitchelton team. Read full article
DiData's Anton calls time on 14-year career
Dimension Data for Qhubeka's Igor Anton on Saturday called time on his 14-year cycling career. Read full article
Yates set to secure Tour of Spain title
Britain's Simon Yates all but secured the Tour of Spain overall title on Saturday ahead of the final day 'parade' to Madrid, meaning British riders will have won all three of cycling's Grand Tours this season. Read full article
Yates tightens grip on Vuelta as Valverde falls behind
Simon Yates impressively extended his lead on Alejandro Valverde in the battle for the Vuelta a Espana in stage 19 on Friday, and the stage was won by Thibaut Pinot, with two days to go. Read full article
Bussi breaks women's hour record in Mexico
Italian rider Vittoria Bussi has broken the women's UCI hour record, surpassing the mark set by American Evelyn Stevens. Read full article
South African takes 10th place on Vuelta stage 18
Team Dimension Data For Qhubeka's South African rider Ryan Gibbons finished in the tenth spot on stage 18 of the La Vuelta on Thursday. Read full article
Wallays wins Vuelta 18th stage, Yates retains lead
Belgium's Jelle Wallays held his nerve on Thursday to win a sprint finish to the 18th stage of the Tour of Spain, with Britain's Simon Yates retaining his overall lead. Read full article
Britz to draw on European experience at world cycling champs
Promising South African cyclist Azulde Britz will hope to put the experience she recently gained racing in Europe to good use when she competes in the World Road Championships later this month. Read full article
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