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Team Sky confirms Ineos as new owner from May
Britain's hugely successful Team Sky has been bought out by chemicals giant Ineos and will change its name to Team Ineos from May this year, the cycling team confirmed on Tuesday. Read full article
Swiss pair consolidate Cape Epic lead
The first stage of the Absa Cape Epic was a day of consolidation with both the top men and women growing their leads significantly after a tough 111km day which started and finished in Hermanus on Monday. 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
'Team Sky can extend dominance under new owners'
Former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins says Team Sky can maintain their dominance of cycling's Grand Tour events under prospective new owners, with general manager Dave Brailsford in an "ideal situation". 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
Sky's Colombian prodigy Bernal wins Paris-Nice
Sky's 22-year-old allrounder Egan Bernal won the Paris-Nice eight-day cycling race on Sunday after a battle of nerves with his Colombian compatriot Nairo Quintana of Movistar. Read full article
Lutsenko survives two crashes to hold off Yates
Kazak rider Alexey Lutsenko survived two late crashes to win a sprint finish for the fourth stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico race over 221km from Foligno to Fossombrone on Saturday. Read full article
Sky prodigy Bernal takes Paris-Nice control
Colombia's Daniel Martinez won stage seven of the Paris-Nice on Saturday, as his compatriot Egan Bernal of Sky emerged with the yellow jersey after a stunning ascent to the summit finish. Read full article
Thomas pulls out of Tirreno-Adriatico
Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas pulled out of the Tirreno-Adriatico during Saturday's fourth stage with "stomach" problems, his Team Sky announced. Read full article
Viviani sprints to home win in Tirreno-Adriatico third stage
Italy's Elia Viviani of the Deuceninck Quick-Step team won a sprint finish for the third stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico cycling race over 226km from Pomarance to Foligno on Friday. Read full article
Hurts to think of tragic Catlin's pain, says rival Archibald
Britain's Olympic, world and European track cycling champion Katie Archibald says the suicide this month of American rival Kelly Catlin has hit her hard. Read full article
Ireland's Bennett eyes Milan-San Remo after Paris-Nice double
Irish sprinter Sam Bennett of the Bora-Hansgrohe team said he was ready to fight for the Milan-San Remo classic title after digging deep to clinch a narrow stage six victory at Paris-Nice on Friday. Read full article
Alaphilippe wins Tirreno 2nd stage, Yates in blue
France's Julian Alaphilippe took the Tirreno-Adriatico second stage on Thursday as Briton Adam Yates claimed the overall leader's blue jersey. Read full article
Simon Yates wins Paris-Nice time trial
Briton Simon Yates won the fifth stage of Paris-Nice, a 25.5 kilometre time trial around Barbentane, near Avignon, on Thursday. Read full article
Cort Nielsen last one standing after day-long breakaway
Dane Magnus Cort Nielsen won the fourth stage of Paris-Nice on Wednesday escaping from the other survivors of a stage-long breakaway on the run in to the finish in Pelussin. Read full article
Hepburn in blue after crash-marred Tirreno-Adriatico first stage
Australian rider Michael Hepburn pulled on the Tirreno-Adriatico leader's blue jersey after his Mitchelton-Scott outfit won a crash-marred opening team time-trial stage in Tuscany on Wednesday. Read full article
Ireland's Bennett wins Paris-Nice stage three
Irishman Sam Bennett of the Bora team emerged victorious from an epic sprint finish on a long home straight at Moulins/Yzeure on Tuesday's stage three of the Paris-Nice cycling race. Read full article
Cavendish blown out of cycling's Paris-Nice
Britain's Mark Cavendish was one of the riders who failed to embark on Tuesday's stage of Paris-Nice having pulled out Monday in gale force winds that caused mayhem in the peloton. Read full article
'Cycling champ Catlin batted depression before suicide'
The family of American cyclist Kelly Catlin said on Monday the three-time world champion had been suffering from depression in the months leading up to her death last week. Read full article
Paris-Nice carnage continues as Groenewegen wins
Dutch sprinter Dylan Groenewegen extended his overall lead in the Paris-Nice on Monday winning a reduced sprint in a race ravaged by powerful crosswinds causing ugly crashes. Read full article
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