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Haussler leaves California following crashes, knee injury aggravated

by VeloNation Press - Friday, May 21, 2010
Forced to abandon first race back from injury

Cervélo TestTeam’s Heinrich Haussler was forced to abandon the Tour of California with knee problems yesterday after being involved in a crash just after the stage five start.  The incident happened as the road narrowed on the way out of the sta... → Read More


Evans frustrated by blocking tactics, loses more time

by Ben Atkins - Friday, May 21, 2010
Fined after clash with Righi

World champion Cadel Evans (BMC Racing) and Daniele Righi have both been fined 2000 Swiss Francs for their spat in the front of the peloton during the closing kilometres of yesterday’s stage, according to la Gazzetta dello Sport.  Evans had been... → Read More

Clash between Moser and Zomegnan over Giro d’Italia selection

Former Giro winner claims Ricco should have been invited
by Conal Andrews - Friday, May 21, 2010
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Tour of California: HTC-Columbia's Michael Rogers moves into the lead

Three-time world TT champ takes over
by Jered Gruber - Thursday, May 20, 2010
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Tour of California: Fly V's Ben Day talks breaks while Zajicek looks to overall

Day mixes it up with the ProTour squads
by Jered Gruber - Thursday, May 20, 2010
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Tour of California: Sagan again shows his class, Rogers takes over lead

Cycling shows its bright future
by Steve Jones - Thursday, May 20, 2010
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Tour of California: Lance Armstrong crashes and is taken to hospital

by VeloNation Press - Thursday, May 20, 2010
Stitches required for eye and elbow

RadioShack's Lance Armstrong was forced to abandon the Tour of California after being involved in an early crash during today's fifth stage. According to RadioShack team manager Johan Bruyneel's Twitter page, the seven-time Tour de France winner w... → Read More

Tour d l’Aude: Teutenberg wins yet again as podium changes again

German champion wins her 20th Aude stage as two Dutch riders make the podium
by Ben Atkins - Thursday, May 20, 2010
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Giro d’Italia: Pozzato wins in yet another bizarre stage finish

Favourites reassert themselves on what should be a day for the sprinters
by Ben Atkins - Thursday, May 20, 2010
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Doping Crisis: Cycling at a crossroads

by Steve Jones - Thursday, May 20, 2010
How should cycling deal with its past?

Yesterday VeloNation received a copy of an email purportedly exchanged between Floyd Landis and a cycling official in which Landis admits doping and chronicles systematic doping practices over the years leading up to his suspension from the sport in ... → Read More

Giro d’Italia: Race jury slaps sprinters’ wrists, opens up points jersey race

Garmin's Farrar sees his red jersey lead slashed
by Ben Atkins - Thursday, May 20, 2010
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Floyd Landis comes clean, accuses Armstrong and other high profile cyclists of doping

by VeloNation Press - Thursday, May 20, 2010
Floyd Landis has admitted to a doping past and accused other high profile cyclists of systematic doping practices.  VeloNation recieved an email from a reliable source yesterday that is purportedly between the rider and a high-ranking US cycling... → Read More

Giro d’Italia: Sastre is the only one to worry about, says Basso

Liquigas-Doimo captain dismisses the chances of the other l'Aquila opportunists
by Ben Atkins - Thursday, May 20, 2010
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Boonen not happy with cobblestones appearing in Tour de France

by Conal Andrews - Thursday, May 20, 2010
Feels risks are too great for GC contenders

The inclusion of cobbles in this year’s Tour de France has been criticised from very unexpected quarters, with multiple Classics winner Tom Boonen speaking out against the route chosen for stage three. While Boonen has won three editions of Paris... → Read More


Gilbert confirms that he’ll miss the Tour de France

by Conal Andrews - Thursday, May 20, 2010
Belgian focusses on Worlds as big season goal

The sight of Philippe Gilbert in full flight is one of the most impressive images in cycling, given his swashbuckling style, but fans of the Belgian rider will have to wait until the Vuelta a España before they can cheer him on on a Grand Tour. The... → Read More


Boasson Hagen returns to racing, Tour de France looks possible

by Conal Andrews - Thursday, May 20, 2010
Starts back in next week's Bayern-Rundfahrt

Having been unable to race since March due to a problem with his Achilles tendon, Team Sky’s Edvald Boasson Hagen has now been given the green light by specialists to result racing next week. The hugely talented 23 year old will line out in the Bay... → Read More


Tour of California: Francesco Chicchi talks after his win

by Jered Gruber - Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Francesco Chicchi took his sixth victory of the still young season today in the Tour of California's Stage 4 bunch sprint finish Modesto. The 29-year-old Italian had no problems dispatching JJ Haedo and Mark Cavendish en route to the win. He confesse... → Read More

Tour of California Stage 4, Chicchi triumphant in Modesto

by Jered Gruber - Wednesday, May 19, 2010
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Giro d'Italia: The Corsa Rosa continues to surprise

Expect the unexpected in this Giro
by Steve Jones - Wednesday, May 19, 2010
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Tour of California: The sprinters talk bunch sprint possibilities

by Jered Gruber - Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Can anyone rival the Manx Missile...

There aren't very many chances for the sprinters in the 2010 AMGEN Tour of California, but Wednesday's Stage 4 finish in Modesto has bunch sprint printed all over it. Juan Jose Haedo (Saxo Bank) "I'm feeling pretty good. I had a little crash in t... → Read More

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