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Australia’s Caleb Ewan extended his lead in stage two of the UAE Tour – but Britain’s Chris Froome lost time. The four-time Tour de France champion was dropped by the peloton in the final 8km and crawled in 111th – three minutes and 46 seconds off the pace. Ewan won the hilly 167km stage after
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Media playback is not supported on this device UCI Track Cycling World Championships Venue: Berlin Velodrome, Germany Dates: 26 February-1 March Coverage: Live on BBC Two, BBC Four, BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website and app and through Connected TVs. Great Britain’s Olympic medal hopefuls will test themselves against the world’s best at
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You’ll want to pay attention to this. The St. Regis Cup teams competition stays for 2020, but this year we have something very special happening. With the UCI Gran Fondo World Championships being an individuals event, we want to maintain the spirit of the team’s competition in the Gran Fondo. This year, the St. Regis Cup
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Organisers of the RideLondon cycling event are “urgently looking into” a data breach involving potential participants’ personal details. It is unclear how many applicants have been affected by the issue which saw entrants receive other people’s ballot results. The events, due to be held in August, is open to 80,000 applications and last year 28,032
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Track Cycling World Championships 2020 Venue: Velodrom, Berlin Dates: Wednesday, 26 February – Sunday, 1 March Coverage: Live action on the Red Button and website from 26 February to 1 March; network highlights on BBC 2 on Sat 29 Feb and Sun 1 March Mark Cavendish has missed out on a track spot for this
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Media playback is not supported on this device Rachel Atherton has targeted a return to fitness before downhill mountain biking’s first World Cup race of 2020 on Sunday, 22 March in Lousa, Portugal. The five-time world champion has been out since rupturing her Achilles while competing in Les Gets, France, in July. “It feels like
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The Cycling Anti-Doping Foundation says it did investigate alleged links between Astana’s Jakob Fuglsang and Lance Armstrong’s former medic but opted against disciplinary proceedings. Fuglsang denied meeting banned doctor Michele Ferrari after a leaked CADF report appeared in Danish outlets Politiken and DR and Norway’s VG. The report alleged fellow Astana rider Alexey Lutsenko also
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