Road/News27 Aug 2014

Increasing depth in women's peloton evident in World Cup results

One round remains in the 2014 UCI Women's Road World Cup, and so far, eight different riders have won each of the eight rounds.

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Road/News27 Aug 2014

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SBS will broadcast eight stages of the Vuelta a Espana live in September in addition to daily highlights of the third Grand Tour of the year.

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Road/News27 Aug 2014

Australian long list named for UCI Road World Champs

Cycling Australia has announced the elite and under 23 men's long team selections for the 2014 UCI Road World Championships which will be held in Ponferrada, Spain, 21-28 September 2014.

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Road/News27 Aug 2014

Matthews keeps Vuelta lead as Degenkolb wins Stage 4

Australia's Michael Matthews finished third on Stage 4 of the Vuelta a Espana to retain the overall lead while John Degenkolb won the sprint finish.

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TUESDAY 26 AUGUST 2014

Road/News26 Aug 2014

Specialized-Lululemon excel in Swedish World Cup

Specialized-lululemon, Chantal Blaak and Lizzie Armitstead were the big winners when the women's peloton headed north to Sweden for the Open de Suede Vargarda World Cup.

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Road/News26 Aug 2014

Evans aiming higher after finishing sixth

Australia's Cadel Evans is looking for improvements after finishing sixth in Stage 3 of the Vuelta a Espana.

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Road/News26 Aug 2014

Stage victory for Ewan at Tour de l'Avenir

Australia's Caleb Ewan has won Stage 2 of the under-23 Tour de l'Avenir.

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Road/News26 Aug 2014

Matthews shines in Arcos de la Frontera

Australia's Michael Matthews reigned supreme on Stage 3 of the Vuelta a Espana, claiming victory in the sprint finish and moving into the race lead.

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MONDAY 25 AUGUST 2014

Road/News25 Aug 2014

Tejay van Garderen collects his second USA Pro Challenge title

Garmin's Alex Howes put a tyre-width between himself and Stage 1 winner Kiel Reijnen to take the final stage of the USA Pro Challenge but the day belonged to Tejay van Garderen, the BMC rider claiming consecutive titles at the event after seeing out the final day's racing untroubled.

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MTB/News25 Aug 2014

MTB World Cup Concludes; Neff and Schurter wrap up titles

The 2014 Mountain Bike World Cup concluded Sunday with the seventh and final round of the Cross-country series in Méribel, France. There were no surprises in the overall titles, since Jolanda Neff (Liv Pro XC) had won the women's title prior to the final round and Julien Absalon (BMC) had done close to the same for the men.

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Road/News25 Aug 2014

Wiasak wraps up King Valley

Canberra’s Rebecca Wiasak (Suzuki Brumby’s) has taken out the Sam Miranda Tour of the King Valley in dominant fashion.

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Road/News25 Aug 2014

Bouhanni powers to victory, Valverde assumes red

Frenchman Nacer Bouhanni sprinted to victory in the 174.4km second stage of the Vuelta a España from Algeciras to San Fernando, picking up from he left off at the Giro d'Italia earlier this year.

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SUNDAY 24 AUGUST 2014

MTB/News24 Aug 2014

DH World Cup Crowns Two New Champions

The 2014 Downhill series of the Mountain Bike World Cup saw two young riders complete what is a breakthrough season for each of them as they were crowned World Cup champions in Méribel, France.

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Road/News24 Aug 2014

Van Garderen takes no prisoners in Vail time trial

Tejay van Garderen (BMC) all but sealed overall victory at the USA Pro Challenge in Colorado for the second straight year with an imperious performance in the race's penultimate stage mountain time trial.

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Road/News24 Aug 2014

Flakemore claims hard-earned win at Tour de l'Avenir

Campbell Flakemore has kicked off the Tour de l'Avenir in style with an impressive ride in the race's prologue time trial to take the early race lead.

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