Arrests made sabotage plot at Spanish Vuelta
Authorities have arrested four people in an apparent plot to sabotage a stage of the Spanish Vuelta by dumping a liquid onto the race course, Spanish national police said Tuesday.
Former doctor for British Cycling gets 4-year ban
Richard Freeman, the former doctor for British Cycling and Team Sky, was handed a four-year ban from all sports on Tuesday for violating anti-doping rules.
U.S. cyclist Dygert reclaims time trial world title
American cyclist Chloe Dygert held off Australia's Grace Brown by 5.67 seconds on Thursday to reclaim her position as the fastest individual time triallist in the world at the 2023 UCI World Championships outside of Glasgow. Scotland
Gimray out of worlds, cites injury after visa issue
Eritrean star rider Biniam Girmay has withdrawn from the cycling world championships in Scotland citing injury, hours after it was reported he and three teammates had been denied visas to enter the U.K.
Vingegaard defends in 'amazing' Tour de France
Danish rider Jonas Vingegaard won the Tour de France for the second straight year as cycling's most storied race finished Sunday on the famed Champs-Élysées.
Olympic cycling champ Kenny gives birth to son
England's Laura Kenny, a five-time Olympic cycling champion, gave birth to her second child on Thursday.
Vingegaard enters Tour finale with big lead intact
Tadej Pogačar won Stage 20 of the Tour de France, but Jonas Vingegaard maintained his overall lead heading into the final stage on Sunday.
Gall wins Tour stage, but Vingegaard in control
Felix Gall won Stage 17 on Wednesday, but Jonas Vingegaard took a huge lead over Tadej Pogacar to put him on track to win the Tour de France for a second straight year.
Vingegaard team 'perfectly fine' with doping tests
Jonas Vingegaard, overall leader of the Tour de France, has undergone four anti-doping tests in the last two days, according to his team, which added that it was "perfectly fine with it."
Vingegaard dominates time trial, pads Tour lead
Defending champ and overall leader Jonas Vingegaard extended his Tour de France advantage over Tadej Pogačar to nearly two minutes with five stages left.
Pogacar takes slice out of Vingegaard's Tour lead
Michal Kwiatkowski was part of an early breakaway and went solo about 11 kilometers from the mountaintop finish to win Stage 13 of the Tour de France.
Bilbao wins 1st Tour stage, jumps to 5th overall
Pello Bilbao earned his first Tour de France stage victory and also gained significant time in the overall standings, jumping from 11th to fifth place behind leader Jonas Vingegaard at the end of the 10th stage Tuesday.
Cavendish offered chance to chase TdF record
Astana-Qazaqstan has offered Mark Cavendish a contract extension to ride in the Tour de France next year despite the British cyclist's planned retirement at the end of this season.
Pedersen sprints to Tour de France stage win
Mads Pedersen won a mass sprint to the finish to claim stage 8 of the Tour de France while defending champ Jonas Vingegaard retained the overall lead.
Cavendish crashes out of TdF, breaks collarbone
Mark Cavendish has crashed out of the Tour de France during the eighth stage of cycling's biggest race. The veteran sprinter suffered a broken collarbone, his team said.
Philipsen wins stage, Yates maintains TDF lead
Belgium's Jasper Philipsen won a second straight stage at the Tour de France on Tuesday, while Adam Yates maintained the leader's yellow jersey with the race heading into the Pyrenees mountains.
Tour de France ready to adjust amid Spain riots
Officials for the Tour de France are keeping a watchful eye on riots that have erupted in Spain following the fatal shooting of a teenager by police, with the race set to being Saturday in Bilbao.
Bernal returns to Tour after life-threatening crash
Egan Bernal is returning to the Tour de France for the first time since his life-threatening crash at the start of last year.
Cyclist Mäder dies after crashing down ravine
Swiss cyclist Gino Mäder has died after being found unconscious following a crash down a ravine at his home Tour de Suisse race. He was 26.
Cyclist Mäder airlifted after crashing down ravine
Cyclist Gino Mäder was airlifted to the hospital after being found unconscious after he crashed down a ravine at the Tour de Suisse on Thursday.
Roglic wins Giro d'Italia in closest finish since '74
Primoz Roglic expanded his Grand Tour portfolio by winning the Giro d'Italia on Sunday, becoming the first Slovenian rider to win the race.
UCI defends trans policy following Killips victory
Cycling's governing body, the UCI, has defended its policy on transgender athletes competing in female events after American Austin Killips fuelled the debate by winning the Tour of the Gila in New Mexico on Sunday.
Cyclist's assault charge overturned in court
Dutch cyclist Mathieu van der Poel, who pleaded guilty to common assault of two teenaged girls before the world championship road race in September, had his convictions and fine overturned by a judge in Sydney's Downing Centre District Court on appeal.
2023 TdF to begin in Bilbao, cover 2,115 miles
The 2023 Tour de France will start in Basque Country in northern Spain, feature four mountain-top finishes, eight mountain stages and eight flat stages.
Van der Poel pleads guilty to assault of teen girls
Mathieu van der Poel pleaded guilty to assault of two teenage girls on the eve of the world championship road race and the Dutch Cyclist was convicted and fined a total of A$1,500 ($974.85), his lawyer said on Monday.
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