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Cycling | International Cycling

Van Avermaet wins Flanders warm-up
Olympic champion Greg Van Avermaet continued his hot streak by winning the E3 Harelbeke one-day cobbled classic in Belgium on Friday in a "poker game". Read full article
Valverde takes Catalonia lead
Alejandro Valverde took control of the Tour of Catalonia by winning his second stage of this year's edition on Friday ahead of Chris Froome and Alberto Contador. Read full article
Bouhanni wins stage, Van Garderen leads
Frenchman Nacer Bouhanni won a weather-shortened fourth stage of the Tour of Catalonia on Thursday while American Tejay van Garderen retained the overall lead. Read full article
Valverde bounces back with stage win
Alejandro Valverde bounced back from the disappointment of losing the overall lead in the Tour of Catalonia overnight by winning the third stage at the top of La Molina on Wednesday. Read full article
Froome back in frame after Movistar penalty
Tour of Catalonia officials docked the entire Movistar team at least one minute on Wednesday when reviewing incidents from Tuesday's controversial team time trial. Read full article
Movistar storm Catalonia time trial
Alejandro Valverde's Movistar stormed to a surprise victory in the team time trial at the Tour of Catalonia on Tuesday, as Team Sky suffered a damaging off day. Read full article
Cimolai wins Catalonia first stage
Italian rider Davide Cimolai won the first stage of the Tour of Catalonia on Monday, pipping Frenchman Nacer Bouhanni to the finish line by 00.04 second in a thrilling bunch sprint to claim the leader's jersey. Read full article
Kwiatkowski wins Milan-San Remo
Poland's Michal Kwiatkowski stunned world champion Peter Sagan in a thrilling three-up sprint to win the 108th Milan-San Remo on Saturday. Read full article
'Team Sky overlooked my syringe use'
A successful British amateur who failed to make the grade at Team Sky said they did not report him for breaking cycling's "no needles" rule, provoking fresh scrutiny of the underpressure outfit. Read full article
Froome in Dauphine spotlight
Chris Froome will attempt to lay the groundwork for his Tour de France title defence in June's Criterium du Dauphine, the route of which was unveiled on Thursday. Read full article
Quintana wins Tirreno, Dennis takes final stage
Colombian Nairo Quintana secured his second Tirreno-Adriatico title on Tuesday after defending his overnight lead – and then targeted Tour de France glory. Read full article
Double Olympic champion Shand retires
Briton Joanna Rowsell Shand announced her retirement from international cycling on Tuesday, calling time on a stellar 10-year career that garnered two Olympic golds and five World Championship triumphs. Read full article
British Olympic chief backs Brailsford
British Olympic chief Hugh Robertson on Monday threw his weight behind under-fire Team Sky cycling boss Dave Brailsford as he battles doping and sexism controversies. Read full article
Gaviria wins Tirreno 6th stage
Colombia's Fernando Gaviria won Monday's sixth and penultimate stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico as his compatriot Nairo Quintana retained the leader's blue jersey. Read full article
Froome finally backs Brailsford
Three-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome finally rallied to the defence of under-fire Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford on Monday. Read full article
Sagan wins Tirreno stage five
World champion Peter Sagan underlined his form a week before the Milan-San Remo classic by winning the fifth stage of Tirreno-Adriatico on Sunday. Read full article
Henao edges Contador in Paris-Nice
Colombia's Sergio Henao lifted his troubled Sky team's spirits with a dramatic two-second success over Alberto Contador in the Paris-Nice cycle race on Sunday. Read full article
Giro blow as sick Aru abandons Tirreno
Giro d'Italia contender Fabio Aru's pre-race build-up suffered a blow on Sunday when he was forced out of Tirreno-Adriatico with a bout of bronchitis. Read full article
Henao takes overall lead at Paris-Nice
Australia's Richie Porte claimed the penultimate seventh stage of the Paris-Nice atop the Col de la Couillole on Saturday but Colombia's Sergio Henao took the overall lead. Read full article
Quintana takes Tirreno stage, overall lead
Colombian climber Nairo Quintana pulled on the leader's blue jersey after a solo finish to win the fourth stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico in Italy on Saturday. Read full article
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