Road/News4 Mar 2015

Henao to lead Sky in Langkawi debut

Sebastian Henao will lead Team Sky when it makes its Le Tour de Langkawi debut later this month.

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Road/News4 Mar 2015

Preview: Rich field set to race Paris-Nice

Paris-Nice, the 'Race to the Sun', gets underway this weekend without its defending champion but with many of the biggest talents in the world of professional cycling.

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TUESDAY 3 MARCH 2015

Road/News3 Mar 2015

Majka ready to fight for Paris-Nice victory

Rafal Majka is hoping that his off-season focus on time trialling will pay dividends in Paris - Nice.

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Road/News3 Mar 2015

Bike Shorts: Shut up dress!

A not-so daily curated wrap of cycling related stuff from around the world.

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MTB/News3 Mar 2015

Tour legend Anderson to ride Giant Odyssey

Phil Anderson, the first Australian to wear the prestigious yellow jersey in the Tour de France, will line up for the 21 March Giant Odyssey 100km mountain bike marathon.

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Road/News3 Mar 2015

Slow recovery keeps Schleck out of Paris-Nice

Frank Schleck will not be on the start line for next week's Paris-Nice after a slower than expected recovery from an early season injury.

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MONDAY 2 MARCH 2015

Road/News2 Mar 2015

Gerrans eager to return to racing and eyeing the Ardennes

Come March, Simon Gerrans usually has a fair few race days in his legs and more often than not, a string of victories to his name.

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MTB/News2 Mar 2015

Molloy, Mudd crowned downhill national series champions

The 2014/15 Subaru National Series wrapped up in Toowoomba, Queensland this weekend with the final day crowning the downhill and short course cross country champions.

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Road/News2 Mar 2015

Cavendish claims second Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne victory

After being outfoxed by Sky's Ian Stannard in Saturday's Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, Etixx-Quick-Step was thrilled that Mark Cavendish claimed victory in Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne on Sunday.

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SUNDAY 1 MARCH 2015

Track/News1 Mar 2015

Storey misses women’s world hour record

Sarah Storey, the first women to attempt the UCI World Hour record under its revised technical rules, fell short of the old women’s mark set by Leontien Zijlaard-van Moorsel in 2003.

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Road/News1 Mar 2015

Stannard outfoxes Etixx-QuickStep for second Het Nieuwsblad victory

Ian Stannard won the first cobbled classic of the season when he beat three Etixx-QuickStep riders in a tense finale to the Omloop Het Nieuwsblad.

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SATURDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2015

MTB/News28 Feb 2015

Fearon and Molloy on top at Oceania championships

Connor Fearon and Tegan Molloy completed a dominating performance by Australia at the 2015 Oceania Mountain Bike Championships in Tooowoomba, Queensland.

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MTB/News28 Feb 2015

Van der Ploeg beats Cooper in Oceania XCE final

Australia’s Paul van der Ploeg defeated New Zealand's Anton Cooper to win the men's elite cross country Eliminator title at the 2015 Oceania Mountain Bike Championships in Tooowoomba, Queensland.

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Road/News28 Feb 2015

Astana may take its fight to the Court of Arbitration for Sport

Team Astana has responded to the International Cycling Union’s request to strip them of their elite status, saying it may take its case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

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FRIDAY 27 FEBRUARY 2015

Road/News27 Feb 2015

UCI to request withdrawal of Astana licence

Cycling's world governing body has requested the withdrawal of the Astana team licence. The UCI has announced the dramatic move after receiving an audit of the controversial Kazakhstan-based team. Doping scandals have plagued the team and its associates. Astana's main rider is reigning Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali, who is not one of the riders implicated in doping. There was uproar in the sport last November when the UCI granted Astana the WorldTour licence, subject to the audit.

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