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CYCLING Preview: Another honor for Gilbert in Amstel Gold Race?

Belgium’s Philippe Gilbert scored a historic win last Sunday in Paris-Roubaix, winning his fourth “Monument” race and joining an elite list of riders who...

CYCLING Preview: New champ coming for 55th Presidential Tour of Turkey

One of the geographically important events on the UCI World Tour, the Presidential Tour of Turkey gives some balance to the Western Europe-heavy circuit...

CYCLING: Gilbert moves into elite company with sprint victory at Paris-Roubaix

Belgium’s Philippe Gilbert is no stranger to success. At 36, he has won more than six dozen races in his professional career, including the...

CYCLING: Izagirre claims Itzulia Basque Country with late rush in stages 5-6

In multi-stage races like the 59th Itzulia Basque Country – the Tour of the Basque Country – it’s usually the mountains that make the...

CYCLING Preview: Any idea on a favorite for the 117th Paris-Roubaix?

One of the historic races in cycling is the famed Paris-Roubaix, traditionally the end of the spring “Cobbled Classics” circuit in Belgium and France....

CYCLING Preview: A British battle for the Itzulia Basque Country?

The sixth multi-stage race in the 2019 UCI World Tour is the Itzulia Basque Country, a six-leg race through northeast Spain that traces its...

CYCLING: Viva Italia! Bastianelli and Bettiol claim wins in sweep of Ronde van Vlaanderen

Imagine winning The Masters or Wimbledon for your first professional victory. That’s about what Italy’s Alberto Bettiol, 25, achieved by winning the 103rd Ronde...

CYCLING Preview: Famed Tour of Flanders comes Sunday, but who are the favorites?

The spring “Cobbled Classics” circuit is coming to an end, with two of the most famous one-day races in cycling scheduled for the next...

CYCLING: Van der Poel’s sprint wins stoppage-marred 74th Dwars door Vlaanderen

A tangle with the women’s race brought the Dwars door Vlaanderen race to a stop in Belgium, but the final third proved decisive for...

CYCLING Preview: Pan American Mountain Bike Champs start Wednesday in Aguascalientes

The Mexican cycling capital of Aguascalientes, famed for its high-altitude velodrome, will be the site for the Pan American Mountain Bike Championships from Wednesday...

CYCLING Preview: More Cobbled Classics this week in Belgium, with Dwars door Vlaanderen on...

If it’s spring in Belgium, then you’re in the middle of the “Cobbled Classics” season in pro cycling and this week has the fifth...

CYCLING: Sharrah and Stancil take BMX national titles in South Carolina

As part of a huge BMX festival in Rock Hill, South Carolina, the USA Cycling national championships were held on Friday (29th), with one...

CYCLING: Lopez wins Volta de Catalunya, Kristoff & Wild sprint to wins in Flanders

A busy week of European cycling saw an outstanding victory for another Colombian climbing star in Miguel Angel Lopez, who won the 99th Volta...

CYCLING: Stybar adds second World Tour title of the season in E3 Binckbank Classic

Although Czech Zdenek Stybar got the victory in Friday’s E3 Binckbank Classic in and around Harelbeke (BEL), it was Luxembourg’s Bob Jungels who broke...

CYCLING: Third win of the season for Dylan Groenewegen in Drie Daagse Brugge-De Panne

It’s already a career year for 25-year-old Dylan Groenewegen (NED), who won his third race of the season in the 43rd edition of Wednesday’s...

CYCLING: Belgium’s de Gendt conquers Stage 1 for a big lead in the Tour...

Belgium’s highly experienced Thomas de Gendt owns stage wins in the Giro d’Italia, Tour de France and Vuelta a Espana, but it’s at the...

CYCLING: Final sprint brings a fourth win for Dutch star Vos in Trofeo Alfredo...

Dutch star Marianne Vos won her fourth Trofeo Alfredo Binda, outlasting her challengers on the final sprint into Cittiglio. The 131.1 km race was decided...

CYCLING: Alaphilippe wins the sprint to claim the 110th Milan-Sanremo

Is this the year for France’s Julien Alaphilippe? Already an impressive winner of the Strade Bianche, his final sprint won him one of the great...

THE BIG PICTURE: Diack investigation might be moving along after all

We noted on Tuesday that the investigation by French authorities into the influence-buying and doping cover-up involving former International Olympic Committee member and IAAF President Lamine Diack (SEN) was continuing without end. But there were new developments this week, as Agence France Presse reported that arrest warrants had been issues for former IAAF Treasurer Valentin […]
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CYCLING Preview: Two iconic races in Italy this weekend: Milan-Sanremo and the Trofeo Alfredo...

Two of the oldest races in cycling comes this weekend, both in Italy: the reversed Milan-Sanremo for men on Saturday – in its 109th...

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