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    Woods seals vuelta a espana top 10

    Michael Woods (Cannondale-Drapac) went into the Vuelta a Espana trying to put any ideas of the general classification to the back of his mind. On Sunday he rode into Madrid with his first ever top 10 Grand Tour finish in just the second three-week race of his career. Woods and his sports...
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    Van moorsel denies using epo ahead of sydney olympics

    In an interview published in Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant at the weekend, the Dutch doctor Peter Janssen claimed that he treated Leontien van Moorsel with EPO ahead of the Sydney 2000 Olympics, where she won three gold medals. Van Moorsel has denied the allegation. Janssen was previously the...
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    Cycling academy adds colombian edwin avila to 2018 roster

    Israel Cycling Academy continues to bolster its stage racing prowess with the signing of Colombian fast man Edwin Avila from Team Illuminate. The 27-year-old Colombian, who is a former national road champion and two-time points race world champion on the track, took up road racing four years...
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    Russian cyclists banned from olympic games sue wada, mclaren for damages

    Three Russian track cyclists who were barred from the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro have filed legal action against the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and independent investigator Richard McLaren, claiming that they were unfairly tarnished as 'cheaters and dopers'. Dmitry...
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    Nibali's worlds participation in doubt after vuelta a espana crash

    Vincenzo Nibali’s participation in the World Championships road race is in doubt in the wake of his crash on the descent of El Cordal on Saturday’s penultimate stage of the Vuelta a España. The Bahrain-Merida rider finished the stage to secure second place overall behind Chris Froome, but he...
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    Although disc brakes were allowed in 2016, Tom Boonen opted against using them this season. In Paris-Roubaix, he rode a rim-brake Specialized Roubaix SL4 to a heart breaking second behind Mat Hayman (Orica-GreenEdge). Following that race, the UCI stopped the disc brake 'experiment' after Fran...
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    Anna van der Breggen has been voted female rider of the year in the Cyclingnews Reader Poll with 20 per cent of the votes. The Olympic champion beat Lizzie Deignan by four per cent to take the top spot with Olympic time trial champion Kristin Armstrong in third place. Van der Breggen’s...
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    Fernando Gaviria will make his Grand Tour debut at the 2017 Giro d’Italia as part of the Quick-Step Floors team. The Italian race will be an opportunity for Gaviria to continue his rapid rise through the sport’s ranks and there will be plenty of expectation on him as he lines up next May. There...
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    Specialized has unveiled the new S-Works Amira that new world champion Amalie Dideriksen (Boels-Dolmans) will ride in 2017. The bike is an understated glittered white design, which will really come through in sunny conditions, with rainbow and gold accents. Dideriksen got her hands on the bike...
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    Bradley Wiggins' former doctor at Garmin Slipstream has told Cyclingnews that in his opinion, the story provided by Team Sky at the Culture, Media and Sport Committee in relation to the transport of Fluimucil for the rider's medical needs is 'insufficient', implausible and like something from...
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    Velonews: Chris Froome By The Numbers

    Photo: Jim Fryer | BrakeThrough Media | brakethroughmedia.com (File). In an effort to quiet critics of his performances, Chris Froome released the most comprehensive look at the physiology of a modern Tour de France winner the sport has seen. The data, contained in a Thursday story in Esquire...
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    Velonews: Report: Trek Adds Coffee Giant Segafredo As Co-sponsor, May Court Nibali

    Trek Factory Racing is a U.S.-registered team, but it's taking on an increasingly Italian flair. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com (File). Trek Factory Racing will bring on Italian coffee giant Segafredo as co-sponsor for the 2016 season, according to a report in La Gazzetta dello Sport, and...
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    Velonews: Commentary: Froome Data Won’t Change Hearts And Minds

    To some, Chris Froome's incredible Tour de France performances aren't credible, but the two-time champ hopes that publicizing his physiological data will change that. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com (File). Chris Froome delivered on his promise to reveal more details about his power data, but...
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    Velonews: Video: How To Train Like A Pro This Winter

    Editor’s Note: This video is courtesy of Global Cycling Network. The opinions expressed in this video do not necessarily represent the opinions of VeloNews.com, Velo magazine or the editors and staff of Competitor Group, Inc. The post Video: How to train like a pro this winter appeared first on...
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    Velonews: Ask A Mechanic: Installing A Marsh Guard

    <figure ><img title="aam131" src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/12/aam131-320x180.jpg"/><p></p></figure><p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://velonews.competitor.com/2015/12/video/ask-a-mechanic-installing-a-marsh-guard_390167">Ask a Mechanic: Installing a Marsh Guard</a>...