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André Greipel confirms move to Omega Pharma-Lotto

by Bjorn Haake - Sunday, August 08, 2010
German leaves HTC Columbia to go for his own glory


André Greipel is heading to the Belgian Omega Pharma-Lotto outfit for the coming season. While the German has not signed the actual contract yet, both he and his new team have come to an agreement. Greipel's signature is expected in the next few days... → Read More

Slovenia's Koren wins first race on heels of Tour de France

Kristjan Koren wins GP Camaoire – Worlds next?
by Samuel Morrison - Sunday, August 08, 2010
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Tour of Denmark: Svein Tuft wins stage 5 time trial, while Jakob Fuglsang seizes the race lead

Time trial specialist takes first win in Europe
by Ben Atkins - Saturday, August 07, 2010
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Cadel Evans takes his spot alongside the greats in the chapel atop the Madonna del Ghisallo

by Jered Gruber - Saturday, August 07, 2010
World Champion donates a jersey to the chapel and the museum above Lake Como

Following his World Championship victory in Mendrisio last year, Cadel Evans promised to give a jersey to both the chapel atop the Madonna del Ghisallo climb as well as the Museum that sits adjacent from the sanctuary. Almost a year on from his victo... → Read More


Haussler confident about world championships chances

by Conal Andrews - Saturday, August 07, 2010
Australian Cervélo Test Team rider believes course suits his abilities

Providing he is back in peak form in time for this year’s world road race championships, Heinrich Haussler is feeling bullish about his chances of taking a medal – or perhaps even the rainbow jersey – on home soil in two months’ time. "If I get s... → Read More

Tour of Poland: André Greipel wins a wet stage 7 as Dan Martin confirms the overall

The Gorilla takes his second stage of the race as a young Irishman confirms his talent
by Ben Atkins - Saturday, August 07, 2010
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Frédéric Guesdon to become oldest Frenchman in the peloton as he extends with FDJ

Last French Paris-Roubaix winner puts off retirement for one more year
by Ben Atkins - Saturday, August 07, 2010
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Martin counting down the metres to Tour of Poland win

by Conal Andrews - Saturday, August 07, 2010
Irishman close to biggest career victory

Irish rider Daniel Martin is getting close to the end of the final stage of the Tour of Poland and knows that he needs to just control his closest rivals in order to guarantee his overall win. The Garmin Slipstream competitor finished seventh on ... → Read More

Tour of Denmark: No luck for Topsport Vlaanderen sprinters on stage 4

Belgian team suffers in two separate incidents in Danish stage finish
by Ben Atkins - Saturday, August 07, 2010
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No Saxo Bank return for Michael Rasmussen, says Bjarne Riis

Danish rider will not be signing for Riis' team in time for the Vuelta, if at all
by Ben Atkins - Saturday, August 07, 2010
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Vuelta a Burgos: Feillu wins bunch sprint in stage four

Giampaolo Caruso stays in the overall classification lead
by Bjorn Haake - Saturday, August 07, 2010
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Samuel Sánchez signed contract with Euskaltel Euskadi until 2012

Olympic champion comes to agreement with Basque team
by Bjorn Haake - Saturday, August 07, 2010
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Tour of Denmark: Mark Renshaw wins fourth stage in furious sprint


Breschel stays in overall lead hours before time trial
by Bjorn Haake - Saturday, August 07, 2010
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Transfer News: Michael Mørkøv renews with Saxo Bank

Young Danish track star commits to Bjarne Riis' team for a further two years
by Ben Atkins - Saturday, August 07, 2010
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Tom Boonen unlikely to be part of Belgian team in World Championships

by Bjorn Haake - Saturday, August 07, 2010
Quick Step rider had first day on bike since his knee surgery

Tom Boonen is unlikely to make the World Championships in Geelong, Australia, from September 29 to October 3. Yesterday, Boonen had his first day on the bike since his knee surgery July 15. He is expected to return to competition in the second half ... → Read More

Philippe Gilbert set to marry on Saturday

Amstel Gold winner to take his vows with Patricia Zeevaert
by Jered Gruber - Saturday, August 07, 2010
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Bernhard Eisel signs on for another two years with HTC-Columbia

Austrian hardman happy to fulfill duel role as Classics leader and Cavendish leadout man
by Jered Gruber - Saturday, August 07, 2010
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WADA concerned about UCI’s impartiality, five suspect riders unsanctioned

by Conal Andrews - Saturday, August 07, 2010
Eight month delay after bio passport panel recommends disciplinary action

Five riders who were red-flagged for doping back in December have still not been sanctioned, according to an article in the Wall Street Journal. The quintet was pinpointed by the biological passport experts appointed by the UCI, who looked at the... → Read More


Kreuziger receives an offer from Astana

by Conal Andrews - Friday, August 06, 2010
Czech rider weighing things up, no decision made as yet

Days after Alexandre Vinokourov revealed that Astana is interested in signing Roman Kreuziger, the talented 24 year old Czech Roman Kreuziger has confirmed that he has been given an offer by the Kazakh team. "I can confirm what Astana said in rec... → Read More

Tour of Poland: Bauke Mollema takes solo victory in stage 6 as Dan Martin holds his lead

Dutchman confirms talent with a bold ride to the finish
by Ben Atkins - Friday, August 06, 2010
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