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Blog2 Oct 2014

Time for Vino to man up

With the news of a second positive anti-doping test at Astana it’s time for Alexandr Vinokurov to man-up for once in his life and take a hit for the sake of the sport.

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Road/News2 Oct 2014

Crawford continues Drapac's stage success in Tasmania

Hobart's Jai Crawford has continued Drapac Pro Cycling’s impressive Tour of Tasmania performance, clinching victory in picturesque Grindelwald, after dropping his early breakaway group on the final ascent.

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Road/News2 Oct 2014

Podcast: So, was it boring? A Doping Review, and shake-up at Sky

This week on the show, it’s a new caliphate at Team Sky with the injection of a string of talent to the British squad, a quiet exit from Cadel Evans, as the 2011 Tour champions confirms his retirement from the sport, more dope and more dopes, Iglinskiy goes poz as the UCI clamps down on the inconsistency of national anti-doping bodies, and of course the Road World Championships, which closed Sunday in Ponferrada, Spain.

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Road/News2 Oct 2014

Kwiatkowski to debut rainbow stripes at Lombardia

Freshly minted elite men's road world champion Michal Kwiatkowski will pull on the rainbow stripes for the first time at the 248km Giro di Lombardia.

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Video2 Oct 2014

Tour of Tasmania Stage 2

Highlights from Stage 2 of the Tour of Tasmania.

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Road/News2 Oct 2014

Iglinskiy positive for EPO, Astana in doubt for next World Tour events

Astana's Maxim Iglinskiy has been provisionally suspended by the International Cycling Union (UCI ) after an adverse analytical finding for EPO.

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WEDNESDAY 1 OCTOBER 2014

Road/News1 Oct 2014

Athens Gold medallist Carrigan facing legal battle

Olympic gold medallist Sara Carrigan is reportedly facing a steep liability payout for an accident that allegedly occurred to a man involved in one of her organised bunch rides.

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MTB/News1 Oct 2014

Lacondeguy conquers Red Bull Rampage 2014

After three straight  4th place finishes, Spaniard Andreu Lacondeguy emerged with an emotional victory at the Red Bull Rampage in Southern Utah, USA.

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Road/News1 Oct 2014

Whatever happened to Bernard Kohl?

You know, the guy that stood on the podium of the 2008 Tour de France then promptly disappeared into the void after testing positive for the next-gen iteration of EPO, CERA?

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Road/News1 Oct 2014

Sulzberger wins in New Norfolk as Dyball holds firm

Ben Dyball has retained his Tour of Tasmania overall lead after Wesley Sulzberger won the 119.9km second stage in New Norfolk.

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Road/News1 Oct 2014

Contador hopes to fend off Valverde at Lombardia and Beijing

Tinkoff-Saxo’s Alberto Contador will race three more times in 2015 but without any stated ambitions beyond the possibility of defending his UCI World Tour lead.

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Video1 Oct 2014

Tour of Tasmania Stage 1 ITT

Highlights from the opening stage of the Tour of Tasmania.

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Road/News1 Oct 2014

Sky beefs up 2015 Grand Tour ambitions with new signings

After a year to forget, Team Sky have added several important riders which they hope will help reverse fortunes in the season to come.

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TUESDAY 30 SEPTEMBER 2014

Blog30 Sep 2014

Toward a more equitable cycling commentary

A piece by regular Cycling Central contributor Anthony Tan about the women's road race in Ponferrada, yesterday, touched a nerve. While we defend its publication, and believe it to be a valid personal opinion, we also understand how it could be seen as divisive. In that spirit we welcome this response by Tom Palmer.

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Blog30 Sep 2014

Saying what everyone is thinking

The women's road race at the UCI Road World Championships has certainly whipped up a hornet's nest online while several opinion pieces has kept discussions simmering.

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MONDAY 29 SEPTEMBER 2014

Road/Blog29 Sep 2014

Comment: How Kwia beat Gerrans and Valverde in Ponferrada

Seven kilometres from the Ponferrada finish, Michal Kwiatkowski, dared to dream.

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Video29 Sep 2014

UCI time trial regulations

UCI time trial regulations

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Blog29 Sep 2014

Velo Files: Where's The Impetuosity?

The underwhelming nature of the elite women's road race in Ponferrada, Spain is a clarion call to throw caution to the wind and bring back impetuosity, writes Anthony Tan.

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Video29 Sep 2014

Analysis - UCI Road World Championships Men's Elite RR

Analysis - UCI Road World Championships Men's Elite RR.

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Video29 Sep 2014

UCI Road World Championships - Men's Elite RR

UCI Road World Championships - Men's Elite RR.

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