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CYCLING: Five stages, five different winners in Tour de France; van Vleuten crushing Giro...

We’re only in the early stages of the Tour de France, with the opening routes mostly tailored for the sprinters ahead of Friday’s first...

CYCLING Preview: Another British win in the 106th Tour de France, or is the...

The world’s most important cycling race is the Tour de France, but it has been owned by British riders for six of the last...

CYCLING: Bernal shines in final stages to win Tour de Suisse; now a Tour...

During his debut in the Tour de France in 2018, you heard over and over again about Colombia’s young star Egan Bernal, as in...

CYCLING Preview: Final warm-up for the Tour de France is the 83rd Tour de...

The final race on the UCI World Tour schedule prior to the Tour de France in July is the annual Tour de Suisse, as...

CYCLING: Mt. Baldy stage made the difference for Amgen Tour winners Pogacar and van...

When the 2019 Amgen Tour of California route was finalized for both men and women, it was clear that the brutal stage that ended...

CYCLING Panorama: Stunning breakaway for Masnada and Conti shakes up the Giro d’Italia, while...

Slovenia’s Primoz Roglic had been riding steadily through the first week of the Giro d’Italia after winning the opening Time Trial by 19 seconds,...

CYCLING: Roglic confirms his favorite’s status with Time Trial win in Giro d’Italia; Sagan...

Slovenia’s Primoz Roglic entered this year’s Giro d’Italia undefeated in his three races in 2019: the UAE Tour, Tirreno-Adriatico and the Tour de Romandie....

CYCLING Preview: No clear favorite as former champs Sagan, Van Garderen and Bennett return...

The 19th Amgen Tour of California kicks off on Sunday, just a day after the start of the Giro d’Italia. Does this make any...

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 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: 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: 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...

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...

CYCLING: Two major Euro stage races in a row: Paris-Nice and the Tirreno Adriatico

The European cycling season is now fully engaged with two famed stage races either underway or coming up: the 77th edition of the eight-stage...

CYCLING Preview: World Road Championships start in Innsbruck

The headline for the 91st UCI World Road Race Championships is whether Slovakia’s Peter Sagan will make history with his fourth straight world title in the men’s road race. But he won’t be racing until the final day of the event on the 30th. The schedule: ∙ 23 September: Men’s Team Time Trial (62.8 km) […]
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CYCLING: Simon Yates claims Vuelta a Espana title

More history for British cycling as Simon Yates won the 73rd La Vuelta a Espana, out-dueling everyone on the final two mountain stages to maintain a lead he took after the ninth stage. On Friday, the 19th stage finished with a brutal climb of more than 1,000 m over the final 17 km. Yates had […]
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Tokyo and Paris sign mutual-cooperation accord, but will they really cooperate?

TSX HEADLINES – for July 13, 2018: With considerable fanfare, the chief executives of the Tokyo 2020 organizing committee and Paris 2024 committee signed a Memorandum of Understanding for cooperation in various areas to help ensure the success of both Games. It’s a good idea, but will these organizations – and beyond them, the Los […]
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Tokyo and Paris sign mutual-cooperation accord, but will they really cooperate?

TSX HEADLINES – for July 13, 2018: With considerable fanfare, the chief executives of the Tokyo 2020 organizing committee and Paris 2024 committee signed a Memorandum of Understanding for cooperation in various areas to help ensure the success of both Games. It’s a good idea, but will these organizations – and beyond them, the Los […]
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IAAF schedule for Doha’s 2019 Worlds admits track & field is boring

TSX HEADLINES – for May 11, 2018: The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) announced the schedule for its 2019 World Championships in Doha (QAT) this week. Because of the heat, there will be no morning sessions, no rest day and sessions which run to midnight and beyond. In fact, the marathons will start at […]
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IAAF schedule for Doha’s 2019 Worlds admits track & field is boring

TSX HEADLINES – for May 11, 2018: The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) announced the schedule for its 2019 World Championships in Doha (QAT) this week. Because of the heat, there will be no morning sessions, no rest day and sessions which run to midnight and beyond. In fact, the marathons will start at […]
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