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HIGHLIGHTS: Maroulis returns to the mat as U.S. secures 11 spots for Tokyo; final...

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Headline results of noteworthy competitions around the world: Many of the international federations shut down their sports this past week, with most events canceled or...

COMING ATTRACTIONS: CONCACAF Nations League opens Friday; famed Il Lombardia cycling race Saturday

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Previews of international events of note coming up: ● CYCLING ● Tour de France and La Vuelta winners all in for Il Lombardia We’re almost at...

CYCLING: Nibali wins emotional, shortened Stage 20 as Bernal set to win Tour de...

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More difficult weather re-arranged the Tour de France again, but a shortened Stage 20 confirmed that Colombia’s Egan Bernal is set to win the...

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

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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: Carapaz the first Ecuadorian rider to capture the Giro d’Italia

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No one was talking about Richard Carapaz and the famous pink jersey – the Maglia Rosa – worn by the leader of the Giro...

CYCLING: Attacks galore, but Carapaz minds the store to all but clinch Giro d’Italia...

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Everyone knew what was coming, most of all Ecuador’s Richard Carapaz, the race leader of the 102nd Giro d’Italia. Saturday’s final mountain stage was...

CYCLING: Chaves breaks away for Stage 19 win, but Carapaz not safe yet in...

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After 19 stages, the 102nd Giro d’Italia is not determined yet. Friday’s stage featured a misery-inducing climb over the last 31 km up to the...

CYCLING: Peters surprises with first-time win, while Carapaz extends his lead in Giro d’Italia

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In his first-ever ride in the Giro d’Italia, France’s Nans Peters had finished 75-104-38-119-48 in his last five stages before Wednesday’s 181 km climb...

CYCLING: Mountain man Ciccone rolls to impressive win as Nibali moves up and Roglic...

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Tuesday’s misery-packed stage in the Italian Alps confirmed that Italy's Giulio Ciccone is the master of the mountains in the 102nd Giro d’Italia, winning...

CYCLING: Surprise win for Cataldo, but problems for Roglic in Giro Stage 15

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Another crazy day at the 102nd Giro d’Italia, with 34-year-old Italian rider Dario Cataldo, who decided to go along with a breakaway by fellow...

CYCLING: Ecuador’s Carapaz wins brutal stage 14, takes the Maglia Rosa over Roglic

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The 102nd Giro d’Italia is turning into a battle royal with the third new leader in the last four stages after the formidable Stage...

CYCLING: Roglic routs Giro field in time trial again to close the first week,...

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When Slovenia’s Primoz Roglic took the lead by winning the first-day time trial by 19 seconds over Simon Yates (GBR), he made a statement...

CYCLING Preview: Roglic the favorite, but just barely ahead of Nibali and Dumoulin in...

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One of the three annual Grand Tours, the 102nd Giro d’Italia gets going on Saturday, covering 3,518.5 km (~ 2,186 miles) over 21 stages,...

CYCLING Preview: Two iconic races in Italy this weekend: Milan-Sanremo and the Trofeo Alfredo...

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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: Pinot runs away to win Il Lombardia title

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Even though it’s one of the last races of the year on the UCI World Tour, do not doubt the prestige of Il Lombardia...

CYCLING Preview: Nibali looks for third win in Il Lombardia

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Saturday marks the 112th edition of the Il Lombardia cycling race, first run in 1905 and held every year since excepting for two years,...

CYCLING Preview: World Road Championships start in Innsbruck

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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...

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