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Stijn Devolder out of Worlds due to lack of form, Hoste named as replacement

by Jered Gruber - Monday, September 13, 2010
Belgian champion: "I cannot do anything...I'm currently too tired and out of shape."

The roller coaster that is the career of Stijn Devolder continues. The rider with form that can only be described as mercurial, has once again lost it, and now appears to be floundering only a little while after seemingly hitting his stride. Follo... → Read More


A cold: the latest setback for Tom Boonen

by Jered Gruber - Monday, September 13, 2010
Belgian still suffering the slings and arrows of outrageous bad luck

Tom Boonen just can't catch a break in 2010. Even with the latter half of the season pretty much a wash, the bad luck just keeps right on knocking at Tommeke's front door. The latest unfortunate event is a cold that left the Mol native in bed in Mona... → Read More

Robert Gesink powers to inaugural Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal win

Dutchman secures first ProTour success
by VeloNation Press - Sunday, September 12, 2010
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Behind-the-Scenes: Agent Robert Nichols talks about today's difficult transfer market

by Ed Hood - Sunday, September 12, 2010
VeloNation continues our series of interviews with the movers and shakers behind pro cycling’s rider transfer market, and whilst names like Orlando van den Bosche and Andrew McQuaid represent the big players in the world of cycling agencies, there ar... → Read More

Tour of Britain: Home win for Team Sky thanks to Henderson’s finishing burst

Kiwi rider, Wiggins and Thomas part of breakaway group which gains massive time
by Shane Stokes - Sunday, September 12, 2010
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Vuelta a España: Carlos Barredo soars to win stage fifteen on the Lagos de Covadonga

Quick Step escapes the breakaway to win on Spanish Alpe d'Huez
by Ben Atkins - Sunday, September 12, 2010
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Romain Feillu gets GP de Fourmies win, makes it a successful weekend

Victory comes one day after second place in Paris-Brussels
by Bjorn Haake - Sunday, September 12, 2010
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Quintana takes Tour de l'Avenir overall by winning final stage

Colombian dominates uphill time trial
by Bjorn Haake - Sunday, September 12, 2010
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Former Française des Jeux rider Lilian Jégou retires from professional cycling

34-year-old puts focus on family
by Bjorn Haake - Sunday, September 12, 2010
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Schleck optimistic of Vuelta a España win

by Samuel Morrison - Sunday, September 12, 2010
Vuelta a España: Fränk Schleck sits sixth overall, but aims for first

Luxembourger Fränk Schleck is full of optimism heading into the Vuelta a España's toughest stages. Yesterday, he moved from 10th to sixth overall after the stage finish up the Peña Cabarga climb. Schleck, however, aims for the top spot of the Vuel... → Read More


Breschel continues Worlds training despite Vuelta snub

by Samuel Morrison - Sunday, September 12, 2010
The ejection of team-mates Schleck and O'Grady from the Vuelta further upsets Breschel

Denmark's number one rider, Matti Breschel, has had a less than ideal lead up to the World Championships. His exclusion from Saxo Bank's Vuelta a España nine-man team was only made worse when the team sent home Andy Schleck and Stuart O'Grady for hav... → Read More

Tour de l’Ardeche: Carla Ryan wins final stage; Vicki Whitelaw wins the race

Cervélo takes five out of six stages but Lotto Ladies take the overall from
by Ben Atkins - Sunday, September 12, 2010
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Vuelta: Nibali within reach of first Grand Tour win

Nibali rules Spanish Grand Tour, but must face three mountains stages before crowned king
by Samuel Morrison - Sunday, September 12, 2010
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Egoi Martinez: "The second time that I've cried in my whole career."

Euskaltel super domestique despondent following crash that took Igor Anton and himself out of the Vuelta
by Jered Gruber - Saturday, September 11, 2010
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Two domestic American riders suspended following doping infractions

Duane Dickey given a lifetime ban following second infraction, while Andy Crater gets 3 months for THC
by Jered Gruber - Saturday, September 11, 2010
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Jean-Christophe Peraud a coveted commodity back home in France

Unfortunately, Peraud still has one year remaining on his contract with Omega Pharma
by Jered Gruber - Saturday, September 11, 2010
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Vuelta a España: Race leader Igor Antón crashes out of competition

by Bjorn Haake - Saturday, September 11, 2010
Euskaltel-Euskadi rider breaks elbow in stage 14

There is never a good way to lose a leader's jersey, but crashing out of the race lead is certainly one of the worse ways to have to let go. When Euskaltel-Euskadi's Igor Antón hit the tarmac today some six kilometers from the finish of stage 14 in t... → Read More

Tour of Britain: Greipel shrugs off late puncture to take stage one

Blackpool success is 19th season win for German HTC rider
by Shane Stokes - Saturday, September 11, 2010
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Tour de l'Avenir: Nairo Quintana solos to stage six win and race lead

Colombian has just the final time trial left to secure victory
by VeloNation Press - Saturday, September 11, 2010
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Kim Kirchen back in training, has defibrillator implanted

by VeloNation Press - Saturday, September 11, 2010
Andrei Tchmil opposes Luxemburger's return to racing

Kim Kirchen is back in training, according to Belgian newspaper Het Nieuwsblad, and the Luxemburger is eager to get back to racing. He had a defibrillator implanted to avoid the risk of further heart problems. Kirchen had a cardiac arrest in June and... → Read More

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